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Volume 25 - Issue 34 Wednesday April 7, 2010 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 s,,.0,,nlll Julian News PO Box 639 Ju~ial~, CA. 9203[~ Change Service Requested Ihh,h,h'.ll.,Ih,lh,,,,Ih,hllh,.h,l,,,hhlh,,h,ll Small Town Papers 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 CISN ShakeMap : 39.0 mi SSE of Calexico, CA Sun Apt 4~ 2010 03:40:40 PM PDT M 7.2 N32.13 W115.30 Depth: lO.Okm ID,1460765(2 33.5" 32.5" 3~~ 31.5" ,1 t7" -116" -115" Veiion 4 Procimaed ~V,~n ~r 4~ 2010 0~:~ PM PDT, - NOT REVIEWED BY HUMAN Initially reported as a 6.9 magnitude earthquake at 3:40 on Sunday afternoon, 153 miles away from Julian in the Northern Baja. It rattled windows and jarred nerves for over 45 seconds. Initial reports around town noted little damage. One woman was stuck in head by falling product at the corner Market and treated by paramedics, then transported to Palomar Hospital Shelter Valley Graduates First Community Emergency Response Team On March 27th, another CERT academy graduated 12 Shelter Valley members, bringing our total of trained citizens to 165 in 1 year. I would like to thank Chief Kevin Dubler for sharing his Saturdays to educate our neighboring communities in disaster preparedness. Additionally, I would like to thank Engineer Richard Books who has provided substantial training support, Johnny Hake who is the coordinator and instructor for CERT Julian Cuyamaca, Patricia Landis, PH D, instructor for Disaster Psychology, and secretary of CERT/TEEN CERT Julian Cuyamaca. The new members are as follows: Emily Bates, Jennifer Bennett, Fire Chief Kevin Bennett, Lisa Binder, Jeremiah Bolen, Jolanda DeLuca, Carol Eckels, Diane Schmitz, Raymond Schmitz, Clarence Watkins, Dean Young, and Susan Sanders Young. The next academy will begin the first part of June- depending upon response. If you are interested please Email Diane Hake, Program Manager at Big William Brown Headed For Wisconsin William Brown flanked by his parents: Dawn and Bill, has signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Wisconsin, Stout in the fall. Looking on are Athletic Director~Head Football Coach Tim White and last years top recruit Dakota Savage All Conference lineman William Brown has accepted an offer to attend the University of Wisconsin, Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin. The Blue Devils are an NCAA Division 3 program playing in the Wisconsin Intercolligate Athletic Conference. The UofW, Stout has an enrollment of 8400. The football team is coming off a 2009 season where they finished third in the conference with an over all record of 8-2. They play in the same conference with last years D3 National Champions UofW, Whitewater (15-0). Head coach Duey Naatz is looking forward to adding William to his program and William is looking forward to the challenges of college life and competing for a starting position. The first game for the Blue Devils is Friday, September 3, 2010 at Black Hills State University in South Dakota. Baseball - Thu 04/08/10 High Tech High School Jess Martin Park 3:00PM Mon 04/12/10 Maranatha Christian Jess Martin Park 3:00PM Tue 04/13/10 @Maranatha Christian 3:00PM Softball - Thu 04/08/10 @ The Rock Academy 3:30PM Tue 04/13/10 @ Santa Fe Christian 3:30PM Track and Field - Sat 04/10/10 Calvin Christian Invitational @Escondido High School 10:00AM Golf - Tue 04/20/10 Guajome Park Academy TBA as a precaution. The report at the time was major headache and minor laceration. The big shaker was 16 miles from Guadalupe Victoria, Baja California, Mexico (see map). Within the next 30 minutes quakes and aftershock had been reported just north and southwest of Julian. As the evening grew later more tremblers registered from magnitude 3 and higher throughout the region, including a 5.1 near Imperial. The original quake was recalculated to a 7.2, reports from as far as Santa Barbara felt the shake. Many of the other reports downgraded to aftershocks from their initial reports. By 10pm Sunday night over 50 events had been recorded by the USGS for the Southern California and Northern Baja region. The local TV news was reporting structural damage to some buildings in San Diego. Peabody Picks Up Second "Part-Time" Job Julian Union High School Superintendent Jim Peabodywas named interim superintendent for Del Mar Union School District while it looks for a permanent replacement. When reached for comment, Peabody expressed his regret at not being able give the community any warning of the appointment. "1 will continue to serve part time as the superintendent in Julian. On the days that I am not under contract in Julian, I will serve as the interim superintendent for Del Mar. Julian will not feel any difference in my dedication to meeting the needs of our students and families." wrote Peabody in an email. One school board member who was reached commented; "Since he is only part time with us, he was asked to help operate Del Mar until they can get someone in there. He is not leaving Julian.", "He called each one of us personally before anyone else and reassured us. All is well in at Julian High! " The Julian news has scheduled an appointment with the Superintendant for this week and will report more on the circumstances and procedures that led to this situation. Del Mar had fired their current Superintendant on Wednesday. Then Thursday announced Peabodys appointment. The Julian Post Office was a mess Wednesday morning after someone or group of some ones emptied a bottle of chocolate syrup throughout the lobby area, dumped trash cans and threw some eggs on the walls. Anyone with information please call the Sheriffs Dept. Wednesday, April 21 8am New Members Always Welcome