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April 11, 2012

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April 11, 2012 I ,u,,an,,.m.n,ao,.,.., jULIAN TREE ! ! ! i E00perience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER License #945348 H: 760-765-2975  C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 WE-8690A 760 765 1020 'ULIAN '(ESTERYEARS Uni ue and Old Fashioned [ AMERICAN LEGION  ILINCOLNDEMINGPOST46810 O00EN To Tse PUBLIC Baby Back Ribs IRS AUDIT REPRESENTATION, APPEALS, RECONSIDERATIONS Potato Salad, Ranch Beans, Corn Bread, Tossed Green Salad, Dessert sX1k.  Wounded sll.oo Veterans Benefit Presale Tickets $9.00 Available at the American Legion Hall Friday, April 13, 2012 5:30 until 8:00 or until sold out Non Profit Donation 2nd and Washington Julian Ca. Proceeds returned to the community TAX PREPARATION STARTS AT $60 INCLUDES 1040EZ, CA RETURN, EFILE AND OPTIONAL DIRECT DEPOSIT Julian Spay & Neuter Clinic Sponsored by the Feral Cat Coalition on April 29, 2012 at the Julian Town Hall. Reservations Required, call Angela at 619-866-9161 or Krisie at 760-468-0338 to make a reservation or more information. We will need your name, phone number and how many cats (and their sex if known). Traps w!ll be available for a $50 deposit, April 18th at Julian Feed and Supply A Busy Day For Shelter Valley By Jennifer Bennett April 7, 2012 turned out to be quite a day here in our sleepy little community on the desert side of the 92036 zip code. Our community property was in full swing today! We started with an amazing interface with REACH Ambulance, an emergency transport helicopter out of Imperial County. They were doing training with our Shelter Valley Vol. Fire Department on helicopter landing safety and scene management. Foltowed by a rigorous PT for our ever eager Volunteer Firemen (push-ups are a favorite past-time around here). Then, of course off they roared to an emergency call in Sentenac Canyon (motorcycle down, with very serious traumatic injuries) a call that lasted about 1 hours. That was followed by a fantastic Community Easter Party & Pot Luck, sponsored by the Shelter Valley Citizen's Corporation and held at the Community Center. Janet Jones, our designated community "Angel" was our "hostess with the most-est" who not only provided beautiful spring decorations, but planned, shopped for, set up and took down all the goodies. She had crafts, egg hunts and a coloring contest. It was a great "old fashioned" celebration! But, that was not all! We ended the evening with our monthly movie night at the Shelter Valley Kids Club. The kids (who were still wound up from all the goodies earlier in the day) laughed and cavorted along with "Tin Tin" on Shelter Valley's own version of the "Big Screen" (simply a projector and dvd player we borrow from the Fire Department and a big white wall). Who says it takes a lot to have a good time? Not us, we are simple folks enjoy the good things in life! So for those who wonder, "What in the world is there to do in Shelter Valley?" Now, you know! On Thursday, March 29th, Julian Elementary School held History Day. Students began the day by watching a show with a Cowboy rope show and Native American dancer. Then each class rotated through several activities. The Wild West Show with more Native American dancing and cowboy roping. The Mountain Man, who brought several furs and tools trappers used to use, and he wore a skunk skin hat. Mrs. Shull's class put on a play about American history which included a re-creation of Mt. Rushmore and the Statue of Liberty. Mr. Audibert brought his troop of mediaeval knights and wore old armor. They also put on a sword fighting exhibition. In our school garden Kathleen Beck assisted by Sheana Fry and Felicia Hill of the Volcan Mountain Foundation offered up a Native American use of native plants class for the event, where students learned about pine, oak, lilac, manzanita and yucca plant. Mr. Burnsand Mrs. Brooks came back to school to work with Mrs. Stone to help students pan for gold while David Lewis showed a slide show about local gold mining history. Mr. Martineau and several junior high students set up an exhibit about the old days in Julian including several old pictures, calf roping practice, and information about our local historic Julian Hotel. Students had a great time and learned a lot. Thanks to all those who helped make it a great day! 4 Jqlian Arts Guild Atrist Of The Month: Bettie Rikansrud Bettie's love of art began early in life and she has been studying and painting ever since. She received a BA in Art at UC Santa Barbara, with an emphasis in painting and printmaking. A career in teaching and raising three children 'left her "not enough!" time for painting but when she and her husband, Rudy, relocated to Julian in 2005, where Rudy was raised, she has been able to devote herself to painting in her studio anden plein awe. Bettie finds many subjects to paint without even leaving her house- -a pond, barns, Volcan Mountain, North Peak, cattle, and mountain meadows. Often, however, she goes to other areas in Julian to catch the ever-changing light and seasons of our area. Although Bettie paints mostly landscapes, she enjoys doing portraiture and while oil is her medium of choice, Bettie also paints with acrylics and watercolor. Bettie is a member of the California Art Club and has been a member of the Julian Art Guild for several years. She exhibits at The Julian Gallery on Main Street in Julian, The Banner Queen Gallery, and bi-annually with the Julian Arts Guild at the Town Hall. For the last 4 years, she has been on the annual Julian Open Studios Tour. & The Julian News 3 EBT Here 2117 Main Btmet USDA Choice Beef, Organic Produce J i Gluten free/Organic Products Hand Made Sausages NOW At Meat Counter Fresh Dell Sandwiches Monday m Bat .utday 9 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am- 5 pm 76O 765 82OO [Dry Cleaning Service In by Tuesday, Back by Friday [ Phone In Your Meat and Dell Orders - No Waitln JULIAN 1 [ FEED& 5MPPLy_ Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 and Sat 9:00 to 6:00 On li ALL TYPES OF TAX RETURN PREPARATION QuickBooks Training & Setup Incorporation Services Business Planning 619-445-5523 pho 619-445-1421 fax It's that time again! for the... uriNE x CHEESE and much, much more ... ?ARTY! Come enjoy the delicious wine,  food, fun and ..................... Silent Auction. i atthe beautiful... Blum Lodge at Camp Stevens 1108 Banner Grade. Julian CA Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 5:00 PM $20 per person reserve your tickets call: Judy Halliburton (760) 765-4736 . Jan Mattias (760) 765-0436 g ti Make checks payable to the Julian Historical Sodety and ma to PO Box 513, Julian CA 92036 ) f resented by the ]ulian Historical Societ),