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April 8, 2015 Julian Arts Guild Artist of the Month - Dr. Teresa shanahan On Display At The Library In April Dr. Teresa Shanahan's sense of creativity fuels the way she expresses herself both in her professional calling and her artistic calling. As the founder and owner of a Care Management and In- Home care company for 33 years, she ensures that home care support includes integrating creativity and art into the lives of her clients. Her view of creativity is unique and is based on her passion for her work and her love 'of nature. Her mediums include ceramics, mosaic and drawing. Working with clay to shape figure sculptures anl design mosaics has been a spiritual journey for Teresa, deepening her understanding of the evolution of our humanness. Clay has many forms, it starts as liquid and evolves into a solid. Its colors change in the process of creation. In working with clay there comes a growing acceptance of what could be viewed as flaws. These flaws teach ds patience and we learn to respect the medium. At times the clay cracks or breaks and the artist learns that starting over is hard but not impossible. The end result is the realization that the flaw is what brings uniqueness and unexpected beauty. Dr. Shariahan relates this realization to her work with people in the autumn stage of their lives. Each person she has had the honor of working with, has a unique form and process to their humanness. As tenderly as she holds the soul of a fellow human in her daily work, she also holds the creative process of her own art. Dr. Shanahan lives in Pacific:Beach and has also been a resident of Julian for the past 24 years. She believes these two foundations for her heart and mind bring a perfect balance between the flow of water and the strength of the mountains. Homogeneity makes for healthy milk but anemic friendships. We need relationships that cross culturally imposed lines to enlarge our hearts and expand our vistas. -- Dan Schmidt Kupsch Receives Leadership Training Recognition ;ates Open 7 Da s 7a.m. to Dark Office. M-F 9 to  dosed Sat & Su Chairmdn of the CIMC Board of Directors - Robert H. Smith, presents the award to Ms. Candace Kupsch California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC) proudly announce that Ms. Candace Kupsch, a resident of Warner Springs, California, of Mountain Cahuilla heritage has successfully completed the CIMC 2014-15 Leadership Training for Entrepreneurial / Small Business / Economic Development. Ms. Candace Evonne Kupsch recently completed the four-month training course entitled "Leadership Training for Entrepreneurial / Small Business / Economic Development," conducted by CIMC from December 2014 to March 2015. During the training period, Ms. Kupsch developed a business plan for her emerging business, A Native Touch Alternative Healing (Massage). This comprehensive course was presented in four multi-day training sessions in four California areas - Pala, Alpine, Loleta, and Tuolumne. Recipients of this unique training opportunity were selected through a competitive application process. Trainees received extensive training from a select group of individuals chosen for their outstanding skills, accomplishments and expertise in their respective fields and for their contributions to Native entrepreneurship. The culturally-relevant curriculum included development of analytical skills (e.g., feasibility/market analysis, financial projections) and persuasive writing and presentation skills. Students learned to develop a business plan and received information on resources to start and grow businesses. Also, the group benefited from the experiences of several successful Native entrepreneurs. To celebrate the accomplishments of these emel'ging Native entrepreneurs, a graduation ceremony was held as the finale to the training in March 2015 at The Hotel at Black Oak Casino Resort in Tuolumne, California. Remarks were made by Ms. Lorenda T. Sanchez, CIMC Executive Director, and Honorable Robert H. Smith, Chairman of the CIMC Board of Directors. This training program was made possible by funding provided by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of CIMC's Workforce Development Program and through a donation provided by the Cahuilla Economic Development Corporation. Information on upcoming training sessions is available online at www.cimcinc.org. More than 350 Native American individuals have completed this Native entrepreneur training program during the past fifteen years. Through this training program, CIMC, a.Native non-profit organization operating in California since 1978, makes every effort to provide leadership training to build healthy Native communities by developing the skills of Native entrepreneurs to be profitable and sustainable in the larger context of Native culture and sovereignty. t 4 Almost Curtain Time For Mystery Dinner Theater "Murder, Music & Mayhem," a presentation from the Julian Triangle Club is schedulid for Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25 at 6:30 PM. Don't miss it! In addition to the usual intrigue and mystery offered by the cast, an appearance of the Queens of Swing quartet is also scheduled, When the singers come back home after a long tour, they find several people from their pasts that disrupt their lives. Eventually, this leads to murder. Who did it? Clues to solve the crime are available for $1 each from the cast. Come and compete for the evenings prize with the other tables and your emcee, Eric Jones. Tickets are only $30 each including an Italian dinner prepared by Jeremy's on the Hill. This has to be one of the best values in the area. All the money raised by the performance goes to support the Julian Town Hall Restoration. Tickets may be purchase at the Julian Town Hall Chamber of Commerce or reserved by calling 760-765-01857. The Julian News 3 Julian High School Hosts The San Diego Blood Bank ' On Saturday, April 18, 2015 / The San Diego Blood Bank will accept blood donations at Julian High School on Saturday, April 18, 2015 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. The drive will be held at: 1656 Highway 78, Julian, Parking Lot Anyone 17 and older, who weighs at least 114 pounds and is in good health, may qualify to give blood. A good meal and plenty of fluids are recommended prior to donation. All donors must show picture identification. Donors are encouraged to schedule an appointment when they donate. To schedule an appointment, please call 1-800-4MY-SDBB (469- 7322) or visit www.sandiegobloodbank.org. 12th Annual Archaeology Weekend At The Anza-Borrego Desert State Park Visitor Center April 11-12, 2015 Free Admission Shuttle Service Offering Monday Trips To Ramona Every Monday Round trip shuttle service to Ramona leaving Julian at 10am next to the Julian Town Hall on Main Street, returning to Julian by 2pm: Run errands, shop,, appointments ...? For information and reservations call WTT Transportation 760-789-7252. L'Je Sopho----oxD (JLss lresens I Saturday, April 11, 2015 Events 9 - 4:30 Silent Auction at the Begole Archaeological Research Center. Bidding closes at 4:30 pm. Winning bids announced at 5:00 pm. (Winners need not be present), 9:30 - 4 Guided Tours of the Archaeology Lab. Conducted by Colorado Desert Archaeology Society volunteers. Groups depart from the Visitor Center front door approximately every half hour. 10-4:00 Native American Basket and Pottery Display. (Craft items for sale) Pottery Making Demonstration and Kids' ActMties - Includes clay, grinding with paddle and anvil construction techniques. By CDAS Archaeology volunteers. (Clay will be available for spectator participation) Demonstration Table on Uses of Native Plants for Food, Medicine and Construction by the Kumeyaay Tribes of San Diego County & Baja California. By Suzanne Emery. Pictograph Stories - Students of all ages will look at pictographs and then try to decode the pictograph story. They will then create their own story on a rock to take home. In the Nierenberg Plaza. By Ranger LuAnn. 4:30 Free Ice Cream Socal. Ice cream sundaes and root beer floats. Announcement of Silent Auction winning bids 5:30 at 5:00 in the Patio Area, Begole Archaeological Research Center. Presentations 10 - 11 Rock Art- Cultural Stories from Around the World. The views from other places. By Robin Connors, Archaeologist- Colorado Desert District and Joan Schnei_er, PhD - Colorado Desert District, Associate State Archaeologist, Retired. 11- 12 Rock Art in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park & beyond. The four different rock art styles and traditions within the Park will reviewed. By Ken Hedges, San Diego Rock Art & American Rock Art Research Associations. 1 - 2 Envisioning Rock Art Through the Lens of Ethnography. This presentation will encourage the viewing of rock art paintings HOME and carvings from many different perspectives. By Richard Carrico - Professor of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University. 2 - 3 The Counsel Rocks Site: An Alternative Interpretation - This presentation explores possible interpretations of the site based upon 30-years of research. By Archaeologist John P Hale, PhD - Copper Mountain College. 3 - 4 Rock Art Forum - Open discussion of regional rock art culture by archaeologists and rock art experts. Sunday, April 12, 2015 Events 9 - 12 Native American Basket and Pottery Display. (Craft items for sale) 9:30 -12 Guided Tours of the Archaeology Lab. Groups depart Visitor Center front door approximately every half hour. 10 - 12 Pottery Making Demonstration - Includes clay grinding with paddle and anvil construction techniques. By CDAS Archaeology volunteers. (Clay will be available for spectator participation) Demonstration Table on Uses of Native Plants for Food, Medicine & Construction by the Kumeyaay Tribes of San Diego County & Baja . Total oliforms and California. By Suzanne Emery.  .   E.Coli Bacteria Presentations  General Mineral and O O  General Physical 10-11 From a Ranger's Point of View: Working Together Towards m o  Inorganic and Protecting our Cultural Heritages - A Historical Perspective. By l, -    0rganic,,,Volatile organics;Chemicals. Ranger Steve Bier (This program is especially for KIDS & their [_.. oo  :Herbicides, Pesticides parents)   = Complete Analysis 11-12 Talking Stone- Rock Art Of The Cosos. This film explores .... : of Test Results the largest concentration of rock art in North America. By Dr. Alan P. Grading & Demolition Garfinkel Gold, Ph.D. Field Trips Bruce Strachota 08:30 Clark Lake Petroglyphs: This is a moderate hike of approximately 3 miles round trip to visit the Clark Lake 01:00 Petroglyph Site. The hike across the desert floor crosses the braided wash system which flows out of Rockhouse Canyon. The petroglyphs are associated with the Cahuilla People and were pecked into the heavy desert-varnished boulders at the north end of Clark Lake. The trip will depart from the Pegleg Monument at 8:30 AM and will return by 12:30-1:00 PM. 4WD is necessary for this trip. (Limited to 15 people - $5.00 fee) Trip led by CDAS volunteer Chuck Bennett. 8-4:00 Indian Hill Rock Art Shelter: Join CDD Archaeologist Robin Connors and CDAS Volunteer Don Endicott to visit one of the most iconic of the Park's many cultural sites. We will hike a little over a mile to Indian Hill. Learn about the prehistoric People who lived there and see the display of pictographs in an adjoining shelter. Meet at,the entrance to Morteros Wash at the kiosk sign along Hwy S-2 at 9:30 A.M. Cars will also leave from the Visitor Center's back parking lot at 8:00 A.M. High clearance 4,Wheel drive is needed. We will carpool from meeting place at entrance to Morteros Wash. Bring lunch, lots of water, hats, comfortable hiking shoes and other gear. We expect to return by 4 P.M. to interpretive sign at entrance to the wash. This is an all-day trip. Hike is on moderately level sandy surface. (Limited to 20 people - $5.00 fee) Pre-registration and $5.00 fee required for both the Clark Lake Petroglyphs & Indian Hill Rock Art Shelter. For detailed information and reservations call ABF at 760-767- 0446 ext 1003. During Archaeology Weekend: Check for last-minute ....... field trip openings at the CDAS table in front of the Visitor's Center. Wear hiking shoes and bring hat and water. 00-O15 00os..A00l;00X"iI 5 Practices: Tues & Wed Thurs & Fri ApriI 14-15 April 9 April ,21-22 April 10 SERVICES "Serving the Community of Julian" GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x30 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way 0076o)765.2601 ,.., 765-2797 Water. amp!,ng Serv,ce Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base 76 52 cell: 619-972-0152 F' it IX- DnjwaE A Weekend Concrete Handyman Service 'rush yirewoM Brian Denny 7Anl7Ar_ 1 9,7 Too Big For You? r ....... Too Small For Them? 760/212-4954[c] Too Fun For Me! POPE TREE SERVICE II All Your Tree Service Needs II Commercial