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The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Mt. Laguna, Warner Volume 27 - Issue 36 Wednesday April 18, 2012 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Meet The Author Neither The "Wyatt Erp In San Diego, Life After Hail Dampened The Julian Jr. High Teen Cert Everyone is invited to the Julian Library on Saturday, April 21, at 1:00 pm to hear first-hand about the period that Wyatt Earp spent in San Diego after his Tombstone years. Garner A. Palenske, the author of the non- fiction book, Wyatt Earp In San Diego, Life after Tombstone, will fill us in on the history of former lawman Earp. He will donate a signed copy of the book for one lucky attendee at this library event to win, as well as one for the library collection. The story of Wyatt Earp, the most famous of the frontier marshals, has been told in hundreds of books and depicted in numerous movies and television shows. All portray Earp as a fearless lawman who faced desperate outlaws at the O.K. Corral. All of these stories about his life focus on the turbulent years, 1879-1882, while Wyatt resided in Tombstone Territory. Historian Garner A. Palenske explores the adventures of the post-Tombstone Wyatt Earp, a man haunted by his violent past who later focused on making money, not law enforcement. Four years after the killings in Arizona, Earp and his wife moved to San Diego, which was a wide-open town with unlimited opportunities. The Earps were not alone; many of the sporting crowd from Tombstone also traveled to San Diego to continue their boomtown ways. Wyatt and his Tombstone allies controlled the gambling operations in San Diego through alliances with high-ranking officials. In Palenske's book, released in 2011, he tells the fascinating story of Wyatt Earp's time in San Diego. Garner, a .native Californian, lives in San Diego with his family. He grew up exploring the mining camps of the Mojave Desert and earned his Bachelor degrees in both engineering and business from California State University Fulterton. The reviews of "Wyatt Earp in San Diego, Life After Tombstone" have been exceptional: Tim Fatting, famous Western historian and author of a biography of Wyatt Earp, says Palenske's book is "informative, but conversational in tone...a touch stone for the genre." "Any library or collection on Earp history will not be complete unless it contains Wyatt Earp in San Diego", says Ben T. Traywick, author and Tombstone Town Historian Emeritus. Gary E. Mitrovich San Diego historian, wrote,"Garner Palenske has finally connected the dots and filled in the blanks on this essential period in Wyatt's long life." Well received by both historians and history buffs alike, Palenske launched his book to a sold-out crowd of 96 attendees at a lecture hosted by San Diego History Center. The Julian Branch Library welcomes all to this western history book presentation on Saturday, April 21st at 1:00 p.m. For further information, please stop by the Julian Library at 1850 Highway 78, or call the library at 760-765-0370. by Diane Hake TeenCERT members ready to go in their weather gear. On Wednesday, April 11, the graduation scenario of a 6.8 earthquake with "victims," took place as planned. What wasn't planned was the amount of rain and hail that would be endured while participating in the drill. However, since disasters happen regardless of weather challenges, the vote was unanimous to carry on. Congratulations to the newest members of the Julian Jr. High TEEN CERT program, Levon Arabian, Mason Baay, Alyssa Lucas, Jessica Nisbet, Bryton Ralston, Miguel Rom ero, Shannon Stanley, and Sarah Woller. Previous TEEN CERT graduates,Greg Conitz, Shane Duffy, Cynthia Garcia, Eva Hatch, Chelsea Huggins, Sara Itogawa, Sam Krieger, and Zachary Schuett, assisted in various responder positions during the scenario. Realistic moulage make- up was expertly applied to victims to resemble injuries by Gina Campus and Sheana Fry. Volunteer victims were Christian Abarca, Cesar Avila, Marissa Jasper, Courtney Leavitt, Nyemetaay Linton, India Lukeman, Kody Richards, Nic Richie, Rayven Smothers, and Jacqueline Vargas. A special appreciation goes to Principal Brian Duffy, After School Site Coordinator/Title 1 Aide, (for the past 7 years), Robin Calloway, and Secretary Trudy Wells for their determination in providing every student with the opportunity to learn and practice disaster preparedness and life saving skills. So far, over one-third of the student body has taken the TEEN CERT program, providing a safer student body by remaining calm and assisting school staff during disaste rs. Additionally, CERT training strengthens each family and neighborhood of these dedicated young citizens as well as our entire community. Johnny Hake, lead instructor, Sheana Fry, Jan Payne and Kathy Payne maintain the highest levels for safety and training in disaster preparedness, fire safety, basic emergency medical, light search and rescue, the Incident Command System, disaster psychology, and CERT members roll in terrorism - eyes and ears. Thank you so much! 3rd Annual Earth Day Pairs Up With Farmers' Market Kickoff Happy Earth Day and just before noon and continue Congratulations to Earth Day throughout the day. Poster Contest winnerRyan What makes the Julian Lay! This Sunday, April 22nd Certified Farmers' Market an energetic group of farmers, different from other markets? A artisans, specialty foods Certified Farmers' Market (CFM) producers and local musicians is a term used to designate a willjointogetheratWynolaFarms San Diego County approved Marketplace to kick off the new weekly Farmers' Market that Farmers' Market season. Now in sells produce grown and its 3rd year, The Julian Certified sold directly by the farmers Farmers' "Market continues its themselves. Imported produce efforts to provide a fun and from other countries or produce comfortable place for locals and bought and re-sold from third tourists alike to relax, shop and party distributors is prohibited. enjoy local music every Sunday Although any certified farmer from April through December. in California can attend, most As a bonus, Julian's 3rd Annual vendors are San Diego County Earth Day Celebration will be held farmers that grow their own in conjunction with the Farmers' food within a 50 mile radius of Market. This year promises to Julian. Many of the farmers also be the biggest and best yet Earth have Organic certification which Day Celebration yet. is not to be confused with the Karla Willis, the new Farmers' county certification. Organic Market manager and local mother is used to refer to produce of 3 children has been working or other agricultural products hard to breathe some new life that have been grown/raised into a Farmers' Market that has without the use of synthetic admittedly had its challenges chemical fertilizers, herbicides over the" past 2 1/2 years,or pesticides. Organic meat and Rather than simply a source for dairy is raised with organic feed locally grown organic produce, and without growth hormones or Karla envisions the Market as a antibiotics added to the animals' weekly gathering place for local diet. Julianites to come together and Come for the food, the music, enjoy our wonderful community, the people, or just to soak in a This season the Farmers' beautiful day in Julian. While Market will take place on and you're there, don't forget to check around the patio adjacent to out the latest developments Wynola's Daily Perc coffee at all of the 12 Wynola Farms shop behind Wynota Farms Marketplace retail shops and Marketplace. The Daily Percservice businesses, step into coffee shop. will be serving one of the three tasting rooms for specialty coffee and tea, a sample of local wine, beer or including an organic option, in hard cider or relax under the oak addition to offering BBQ'd corn ees in our picnic area. Located ' on the cob and organic hot dogs4~i~ 4470 Hwy. 78 in Julian, and grass fed beef burgers om California in the pastoral Wynola Farmers' Market days. Valley 3 miles West of Main St. The Earth Day musical lineup There Js always plenty of free will featureHighwire, the Farmers' and easy parking around the Market "house band", along with building. Whatever your reason a performance by Paul Cruz (of for attending, your presence is Grand Canyon Sundown) and awhat makes the weekly Julian debut performance by Charley Certified FarmerS' Market a and Jesie. The music will begin success. Congratulations to Ryan Lay the Wynola Farms Marketplace and Julian Certified farmer's Market 2012 Earth Day Poster Contest Winner Feral Cat Coalition Spay and Neuter Clinic Apri129th, Call me Chamber of Commerce For Information 760 765 1857 s _sT ...... III J[+Jian. CA. 92036 Change Service Requested \~-~,~,~7 _~l PERMIT NO. 38 JULIAN, CA I1,1,,I,,I,,I,1,1,,I,,I,,I,,I,1,,I,1,11,,,,11,,,,111,,,I,1,1,1 Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 |1 Green Before It Was "Cool" by Constance Newgard They live on rocks and trees. Totally self sufficient, lichens can produce their own food from sunlight via the relationship of fungus and alga components which makes up this plant. Green before it was cool, there are almost 1000 species of lichens in California. Air quality can be ascertained by their presence. Coming in a variety of hues, the greys, greens, yellows and even red, delight the eye as lichens do on a cool misty morning alpine hike which at once surprise and enchant. Tastemaker/ dressmaker Amy Strong, in her Ramona castle, grew them on her living room granite wall. A simple relationship between alga and fungus. Dyes can be made of them. Low in fire fuel, lichens and the rocks they live on may be the thoughtful and alluring answer to creating a low maintenance, wildfire resistant, enchanting, gracious and beautiful arrangements of plants around buildings we call landscaping. The California lichens meetup with other members of the "green before it was cool crowd" in the high school concrete planters. Live forevers, blue eyed grass, fairy lanterns, mariposa lilies, and matilija poppies join this seasonally tough arrangement of plants amoung decomposed granite and rocks with colorful bulbs such as daffodils, star and tiger lillies, gladiolas, and other exotics. The result will be a peaceful zen paradise in the concrete planters where presently these planters are sometimes confused with trash cans. There is a planter designated for the herb garden while another will host a kitchen garden. Perhaps an after school cottage industry will emerge with lavendar growing as the result of the conversion of FFA resources (ie waste) into nourishing compost. Life skills and beauty grow together for the students at the Julian Union High School. This is the goal. Revitalization to the school planters with new, interesting and educational beauty is part of what we call the "JUHSD beautification project". This will be an ongoing, progressive process, involving students, parents, friends and faculty, for the students. You and your family are invited to join the JUHS Community Service Club members, Jennifer Wylie advisor, Club president Katie Newgard, and her family Bruce, Connie and Lizzie in conjunction with the JUHSD Assets program and Lisa Elkins, in this special school grounds beautification project. We are using the resources available to us when we are so far away from the nearest big box nursery SDrina Sports - Baseball Wed April 18 home Calipatria HS 3:30PM Friday April 20 home Mountain Empire 3:30PM Wed April 25 home Vincent Memorial 3:30PM Friday April 27 away @ Vincent Memorial 3:30PM Tuesday May 01 home Ocean View Christian 4:00PM Wed May 02 away @ Mountain Empire 3:45PM Softball Wed April 18 home Calipatria HS 3:30PM Friday April 20 home Mountain Empire 3:30PM Wed April 25 home Vincent Memorial 3:30PM Friday April 27 away @ Vincent Memorial 3:30PM Wednesday May 02 away @ Mountain Empire 3:30PM Friday May 04 home Warner 3:30PM Friday May 11 away @ Warner High School 3:30PM Track Friday Apr. 20 home Calvary Christian School (Southern Confrence #2) 3:00PM Friday Apr. 27 @ Escondido High School (Escondido Invite) 4:00PM Saturday Apr. 28 @ El Capitan High School (Dick Wilkins Frosh/Soph Championship) 9:00AM Thursday May. 10 @ El Cajon Valley High School (Southern Confrence Finals) 3:00PM on our unique sky island home we call Julian and the San Diego Backcountry. The project kick-off date is Earth Day 20!2, April 21. Please call the JUHSD office, 760-765- 0606 for time and details. e-Waste Recycling April 28 Julian High School Community Service Club has teamed up With Ramona Disposal to host a free electronic waste (e-waste) disposal event Saturday, April 28 from 8 a.m. to 1 the high school parking lot. Items accepted ar Computer and Television Monitors, Central Processing Units (CPUs); Laptop Computers, Miscellaneous Computer Components, Printers and Scanners, Fax Machines, VCRs,.Radios, Cell Phones. Proper disposal of e-waste is becoming a major environmental concern, according to organizers. Many electronics contain significant levels of lead and other heavy metals that should not be put out in the regular trash stream. For information visit Meet The Merchants Breakfast Wednesq II JULIAN'S "TECH GUY" WILL BE TEACHING A BEGINNING COMPUTER CLASS THURSDAY APRIL 19TH, AT WYNOLA PIZZA IN THE RED BARN - 6:30PM - 8:00PM A$SOOIATION