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April 6, 2011 9 The Julian News r We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off "C' Street ORNE WWW. R ro er TREET les.com P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 .[ NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1•971l[ ,,, ESPECIALLY NICE HOME on prime, level, Charming and immaculate country home. Two .... VERY SPECIAL OPEN FLOOR PLAN - 2 Bed .... | |wooded acres m Pine Hills. Much attenlaon to[] .................. Ill wooded 2.5 acre site m desirable Wynola Estates. bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, • room/z Darn t~ome wire v root ~elilngs, Koman . ....|detaflls. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with I]] Slate Stamvedn Concrete Floors, Gramte" ,o Ill Two replaces, open floor plan, balcony off open- beam wood ceilings,, claw foot tub, tons of i | large center isle and Granite counter tops, large II[ Tops, Plantation Shutters, RV Parking & Hookups• ]l bedrooms, many upgrades• Not a distress sale. upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and Ill front yard, double attached garage and views! I[I AlIon 1.08 AcresV [[] Lots of potential, competitively priced at: areas for gardens.Ready for you to move right in. II[ $760,000 II Reduced. $332,O00 [ $395,O00. $287,000 BUILDING SITE with County-approved plans for a 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath home & garage. Was occupied by Harrison Park Trading Post which burned in Cedar Fire. Has well. Owners will consider carrying 30% down. Priced at $89,000 • 4.32 ACRES on North Peak with fantastic views on a clear day you can see the coast line and alsoto Stonewalland Cuyan3aca Peak. • Paced at $125,000 JULIAN ESTATES - Gated Community_ of high end homes. 4.7 Acres with incre¢lible T views Has well Priced at Award-Winning Contemporary countr3 designll[ " • • " $275,000 WOODED MOUNTAINHOMEwith2bedrooms, featuring a peaceful, open view of a mountain IwyN . CHOICE WOODED PARCEL in Julian Estates= ] open floor plan, decks, many mature trees, garage, ]] ........ Ill OLA ESTATES - 2 bedroom/2 bath home. ! 4 24 Acres at the end of East Incense Cedar with [[]large shed and an extra •25 acre lot. Would make meaoow an o pona•, nr.ee oeoroom,.open-oeam[[]Spacious and open floor plan. Converted 2 carleasy access off cul-de-sac. Underground pq_werl ]][a great weekend hideaway or retirement home.I lighting. Scenic 9.6 acres with mature oaks. Truly a ] 1 bedroom/J bathgranny flat withprivateentrance | ............................ I [[ Seller motivated• ce lmgs, manogany oetalls, custom winnows ann Ill garage with full bath & private entrance. Attached I and phone, nice views. $189 00 I Ill Priced to sell at ex ui i" " , • . -- Ill 2 5 Acres * • o.1 views ox ralOmeur= q s t, umqueanaprwateproperw. ] " . " . _ [Mountain and the Volcan Mountain range. Greatl II . $210,000 $1,150,000 I Big Reduction- $389,000 [hor property. Owner may carry. $319,000[ luh Zerbe, Broker Associate Rose_,...,_ o______ ..__ _Steadman' Broker / Owner rvy"" " "*"l lnn, Realtor Associate' ' | email: julinjoe@gmail.com iu. m°ava bKT/? aASS°:late emall klrbylwmn@gmall corn Ill / The 2011Annual Julian Daffodil of daffodils from the Pasadena Show, March 26-27, delighted area. Jay helped get the Julian visitors from near and far and show off the ground several produced many happy smiles years ago and has contributed from everyone who attended, lots of time and effort each year The show was packed from the since to help make it a success; minute the doors opened until *Julian Elementary6th Graders they closed on both Saturday for providing time and labor in and Sunday! The Town Hall was planting bulbs last November; splendidly decorated in adaffodil *Wynola Pizza for donating theme with the art of Julian pizzas to hungry 6th graders Elementary School students and during the planting! the Julian Art Guild. *Sherry Horton for her hands- Of course, there would be on consultation in decorating the no daffodil show without all Town Hall, making phone calls to the entries of flowers by the volunteers, donations of prizes people of Julian! There were and all-around great help! 129 youth submissions and 325 *Fieldstone Farm for donating adult entries, for a total of 454 generous bouquets of daffodils to individual blooms on display. Of raise funds for the Julian Daffodil special note, Dorothy Mushet's Project and Show; wild seedling daffodil excited the *Orchard Hill Country Inn for judges for its rarity, donating beautiful tablecloths for Show chairperson, Sally the displays. Judges Peggy Oberg and Jay Pengra Snipes, congratulated everyone Ribbons for the prizes may who participated in the success of be collected at the Blue Heron the show--numerous volunteers Gallery and Gift Shop during who helped set up, break down, regular business hours, Friday assist in entries, clerk f or judges, through Monday. Or, winners and much more. Mom's Pie Shop may donate their ribbons for and Soups N Such supplied reuse in next year'sshow• yummy vittles for hardworking Sally and her crew wish to volunteers, thank the Julian merchants A special thanks goes to: and others who donated prizes *Judges Peggy Oberg and Jay for the various award winners. Pengra of the American Daffodil The merchants come through Society. Peggy is a certified for many good causes and are judge and Jay is an avid grower commended for their community story from Anne Garcia- photod by Anne Garcia and Jeff Holt spirit! The Julian Tea Cottage Orchard Hill Country Inn Birdwatcher Mom's Pie Shop Julian Pie Company Oakwood Creek Mountain Beadworks Mountain Gypsy Falcon Gallery Julian Grille Julian C.af Romano's Mitsch Daffodils Deborah & Steve Kerch Miner's Diner Julian Tea and Coffee House Cowbella Ranch Care Kathy's Dress Shop Rongbranch Youth D/v/s/on Winners DIVISION 1 - 3rd - Trinity Raines Trumpets Y-Y W-O 1st - Sebastian Lovin 1st- Nataley Raines 2nd - Brooklin Butts DIVISION 4 - 3rd - MayKenzie Raines Double Cultivars Y-Y Y-Y, 3 Stem 1st - Brooklin Butts 1st - Isabella Streamer 2nd - Sebastian Lorin W-W 3rd - Sebastian Lorin 1st - Brylee Butts W-Y, 3 Stem Y-W 1st- Benjamin R. Wentler 1st - MayKenzie Raines W-P & W-O DIVISION 2 - 1st - Brooklin Butts Large Cup Cultivars Y-Y, Stem 2nd - Ethan Elisara 1st - Julian Elementary 3rd - Brooklin Butts 2nd - David Stringfellow DIVISION 6 - 3rd - Sebastian Lorin Cyclamineus W-Y Y-Y 1st - Laurel Cantor 1st- MayKenzie Rainees 2nd- Laurel Cantor 2nd - Nataley Raines Y-Y 3rd - MayKenzie Raines 1st -- Kasey Stadin Y-O 2nd - Koty-John Starlin 1st - Levon Aragian DIVISION 7- 2nd - Sebastian Lorin Jonquilla Y 3rd - Isabella Streamer 1st - MayKenzie Raines Y-W 2nd - Alex Gonzales 1st - Takoda Streamer 3rd - Trinity Raines W-YYR Y, 3 Stem 1st - Isabella Streamer 1st - Trinity Raines 2nd - Takoda Streamer DIVISION 8 - W-Y Tazetta W 1st - David Stringfellow 1st- River Raines 2nd - MayKenzie Raines 2nd - Nataley Raines 3rd - Brooklin Butts 3rd - Chelsea Huggins W-P W, 3 Stem 1st- David Stringfellow 1st- Brooklin Butts W-Y. 3 Stem Y-O 2nd - Sebastian Lorin 1st - Levon Aragian W-O & Y-O, 3 Stem W-Y 1st- Ethan Elisara 1st- David Stringfellow 2nd - Brooklin Butts DIVISION 12- DIVISION 3 - Y-Y, 3 Stem Small Cup Cultivars W-YYO 1st - Brooklin Butts 1st- David Stringfellow Y-Y (miniatures), 3 Stem 2nd - Julian Elementary 1st - Avery McFedries 3rd - Julian Elementary W-Y Y-O 1st- Ethan Elisara 1st - Ethan Elisara W-Y, 3 Stem 2nd - River Raines 1st - Ethan Elisara