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mmm i lllBllt Idl llldl!lJlBIIBIIm, 6 The Julian News Julian's 2nd ANNUAL BIGGEST Swap Meet! The Julian Eagles Booster Club will be hosting the 2nd ANNUAL BIGGEST SWAP MEET at the High School Parking Lot on Saturday, April 25, 2009 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. At this time we are seeking VENDORS/SELLERS ! ***Reserve Your Space Today*** Need some extra cash for Graduation? College? Vacation? PERFECT! You now have LESS THAN A MONTH to start cleaning out those closets, cupboards, and garages to sell your stuff! We also invite all artists, crafters, canners, soap makers, fresh produce/vegetables/eggs, plants-- whatever you might have to sell! (as long as it's lega4and in good taste 0 Space Rentals will be: $ 20.00 For two parking stalls $25.00 For three parking stalls (Flat fee only--no vendor sales percentage will be required/) Included in the rental fees, the Booster Club will provide: All Advertising up until event day Vendor Pre-Rental Space forms (attached) One continental breakfast provided per space rental Access to rest rooms at the High School Julian Eagles Booster Club Swap Meet Saturday, April 25, 2009 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Vendor Pre-Rental Space Form Name/Group: Mailing Address: Phone Number: Number of Spaces: I----I Two parking stalls -- $ 20 Three parking stalls -- $ 25 **Please mail this form and your check to: Julian Eagles Booster Club P.O. Box 417, Julian, CA 92036 Checks will be non-refundable Event will take place "Rain or Shine" Types of items for sale (for pre-advertising curiosity0 Please note: Upon receipt of this form, the Booster Club will send you a receipt for your rental space, map of the parking lot indicating your assigned space, and a continental breakfast voucher(s) for each rental space. Check-in/Set-up time will be 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. You are welcome to bring your own canopy to fit your rental space(s). Sellers/ Vendors will be responsible for their own clean-up of space. Sorrv....we cannot orovide dumo/haul-awav service for unsold items. Thank You for supporting the Julian Eagles Booster Club in this Fund Raising Endeavor/Without your support, we cannot continue our support of Julian High School students. GO EAGLES! Shelter Valley Happenings from Rick Sparks The Spring Century bike ride was a great success, thanks to all who helped put on this event! Don't forget the Men's breakfast Saturday, the 11th, the potluck at noon Saturday the 18th, and commodities distribution on Tuesday the 21st. It seems to me that people have vast potential Most people can do extraordinary things if they have the confidence or take the risks. Yet most people don't. They sit in front of the telly and treat life as if it goes on forever. - Philip Adams Scallvwaa Tales by Dawn Brown William, Wild Turkey, Volcan Mountain and The Grill - part 2 After checking to be sure our son was waiting for his Dad, I had gone back to bed. I must've fallen back to sleep quickly; because then I was awakened by the sound of gunshot. Immediately following that I heard Alice: "MOM! William didn't wait for Dad!" That didn't make sense. I just checked on him. He was just on top of the sea train in the pre-dawn grey patiently waiting for Bill to swing in from his night shift. Checking the clock on the headboard; I realized an half hour had already passed. I was out of bed again. As I ran for the front door I heard another shot. I think. Suddenly Bill was there coming around the corner of the house. Heading for the edge of the canyon he yelled .... wait for it .... "Did you get him?" What? My mind reeled. What do you mean . . . "Did you get him!?" Not "wait for me" or "you're not supposed to be shooting alone" or "you're grounded until you're 30" ?!? No. Just "Did you get him?" I will never understand men. I was confused. Wait. Bill was still here. He wasn't with William. He was supposed to be with William. He wasn't dressed in his camouflage. He had obviously just driven up. William was no longer on the sea train. My brain was trying to categorize and interpret the influx of conflicting data when I heard William's voice from somewhere in the bottom of the creek bed -"Yeah. I can go after him." I looked at Bill. I could see his wheels a turnin' "N o o o o !" I screamed in my head. The sound didn't come out my mouth. "Yes". Bill called back 'TII follow you as soon as I change WHAT? No! NoJ No! He's not supposed to go out without you. Once again the words didn't leave my brain. Now - all you Mothers out there don't need me to explain my sense of panic, but all you Dads and hunters think I'm overreacting. I know that. So let me explain. It started when William got his first pellet gun. He was going to Grandma's in Pine Valley that day. He asked Grandma if he could bring his pellet gun. Grandma decided a 9-year-old couldn't do much harm with a pellet gun. What was she thinking? In her front yard, William looked w a a y up in a tall pine. That was before the beetle got them all. Seeing a squirrel about a mile up there he asked "Can I shoot it?" She checked the squirrel's location and decided it was safely beyond reach. "Sure" she said. "Pow! That squirrel landed on the hard dirt with a thump that gained some mileage on its' way down!" My mother was flabbergasted. She couldn't believe William had actually hit him. Later, she warned me that my son was a dead eye and to be careful what he aimed at. By the way - the squirrel was OK. He scrambled off with no blood trail. But speaking of blood trails. When Will was about 12, he was target shooting around the house. This time he was using his new re-curve bow. A Christmas gift purchased from Bruce at the famed Bow 'n Arrow Shop in Lakeside. Will was coming out his skin with the need to try it out. I relented even though Bill wasn't home. He had very specific instructions about where and in which direction he could shoot. Now we get to the part where William did something illegal and I was guilty of poor judgment. I should have been out there with him supervising. I hope we don't get arrested after-the-fact. An unsuspecting turkey crossed his path. Use your imagination. You already know he's a dead eye. But he does have a heart. His motive was to find the poor critter and put it out of its misery. He also needed to retrieve his new arrow because he knew he was busted if he came home without it. He only got three arrows for Christmas. Now he had only two. He followed the blood trail. By himself. At dusk . In the forest. He got lost. He wandered into somebody else's back yard and asked a stranger how to get back home. I didn't know any of this until it was all over. Part of his punishment was the fear that set in knowing he had done absolutely everything wrong and was now lost in mountain lion territory near dark. So - now you know why I felt a rising sense of panic. I knew there was no way my son (now Bill's son) missed that shot. I'm pretty sure he wasn't asking himself "1 wonder what would Mom say?" To be continued To all those youngsters out there: Never wander off in the forest by yourself Ever. While in the forest, ALWAYS be an arm's length away from an adult you- know. Attend a Hunter's Safety Course and never hunt a/one/ April 8, 2009 PETS OF THE WEEK Rocky and Goliath are a pair of neutered 2-year-old Lab Mixes looking for a second chance. These super soft fur-balls arrived at the shelter together but aren't adjusting well and would quickly adjust to family life. Both are good natured boys, and once taken out of there kennels for exercise in the yard, they morph into perfect gentlemen. Rocky and Goliath are young and therefore active boys, but also like to mellow out with there human pals and enjoy going on walks around the grounds with the volunteers. They do NOT need to be adopted together, but if you are looking for a couple of canines that are already paired well with one another, these are the dogs for you. Rocky and Goliath can be adopted for $69 each. ID#s Al142665, Al142667 Tag #s C614, C659. Midnight is a wonderful 8-year-old Neutered Male Domestic Longhair whose owner could no longer care for him. The volunteers describe him as a "Super-Star" cat as he is very affectionate and easy going. Midnight loves to be petted, and he sounds like quite a happy purr machine, when he shows his appreciation for the attention and affection given to him. This charming boy is waiting for his new family to love him and to brush his beautiful long fur coat. He has been at the shelter for quite some time, getting passed up bay all of the younger kitties. However, if you are looking for a mellow, calm, and affectionate friend, Midnight is the feline for you. Midnight's Senior adoption fee is just $35. ID#A1251250 Tag#C834 All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Rocky, Goliath, and Midnight are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac. com for more information. James Morelli January 9, 1931 - March 19, 2009 James Morelli, 78, born January 9, 1931 in Witch Creek, CA, passed away March 19, 2009 in Escondido, CA. Jim was a member of the Santa Ysabel Band of Mission Indians and was a cabinet maker all his life. He was currently residing in Puyallup, Washington and passed away while visiting relatives in California. Jim is survived by his wife, Dianne and many loving relatives. A Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2009, 10am, Mission Santa Ysabel. Bonham Bros & Stewart Mortuary and Cremation Service is assisting the family. Banking . Checking Savings I Home Equity = Business Banking 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FD|C SERV Accounting- T LUERS & DYE] CERTIFIED PUBLIC Income Tax and Accountlz i CES x Planning Rabobank Paralegal Service LEGAL DOCUMENT ASSISTANT 619/708-0663 Why go down the hill? AFFORDABLE & CONVENIENT 19 Years Paralegal Experience ROSALIND KOVACS P.O. Box 62; Julian, CA 92036 - Bonded & registered. 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