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April 21, 2010 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Ride Safe, Bank Safe with Rabobank Monday -- Friday 8 am - 6 pm Saturday 8 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm DBU 8PBC00 00H:Y & WINB NOW HKPJ Official Bank - Amgen Tour of California Special Offer - Ride Safe Bank Safe Checking* 760 765 3200 .. 2117 Main Street @lobl Youth ,Service Da.3 When: Fvida3, April 2brd Where: Jvlin .le1entr3 School, Choter Cfe Til.e: 1:00 p.. to 2:1 p.w. Ruse oom .d see all tl exa|?i thlrs the Ickl at Julian .nTet'3 end Jt,'l'=tor ligh ate dolrl "13e will e exhibltlor=s of The utnerou sevic pl'ojecTs The 3 have caopltbed, it, eri rou The school, The oowPunlT 3 end be3oMJ They want To show ot't' Their herd werF, so please May 22-23 Julian Classic Motoring Show 11 a.m. at the Menghini Winery Sponsored by the Julian Chamber of Commerce Recent Actions By The Julian Architectural Review Board by Bobbi Zane The ARB took the following actions at the April 6 meeting, held in Town Hall. Approved the design and colors for the Woman's Club bulletin board outside Town Hall. Barbara Hedrick made the presentation on behalf of Wynola Pizza, which will maintain the board. Heard a presentation by Marta Kendall regarding signage for a new business in Stonewall Stores, Diggity Dog House Hot Dogs and Gift Emporium. Colors submitted are gold, black and dark blue. Typeface is modern. The board asked her to return to the next meeting after making changes in design and typefaces to conform to those on page 46 of the Julian Design Guidelines. Heard a presentation by Jim Shaible and Laurie Arter regarding proposed construction of a multipurpose building at the St. Elizabeth Church. The board reviewed the initial design and recommended that the roof pitch needs to be changed to conform to the Design Guidelines, and that the colors and lighting fixtures need to submitted for approval. The following items carried over from previous meetings were discussed: board rules and bylaws, publicity, non- compliance letters regarding signage to be sent to business owners who have not requested or received approval of their signage, or whose signs are not in compliance with the guidelines. The ARB is charges with overseeing design within the Julian Historic District to assure that the town reflects its look during the historic period running from 1870 to 1913. Meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday to review projected signs, construction and renovations within the Julian Historic District. Slow cookers use only about one- fourth the energy of electric ovens. For recipes and easy cleanup, visit the Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners Web site, borrego outfitters CASUAL LIFESTYLE STORE Spring Sale April ]-000,z0]0 25% Off Everything! We're pleased to invite you to our famous Spring Sale at Borrego Outfitters. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy savings on our entire selection of Cloth- ing, Shoes & Sandals, Hats, Purses & Handbags, Outdoor & Hiking Gear, Home Dicor, Kitchen, Gourmet and Wine Items. A 25% discount applies to everything you purchase during the sale! Enjoy Extra Savings! Dozens of items throughout the store are individually marked down 30%, 40% and even 50%. Take these discounts, then take an additional 25% off during the salel # Members ofourRewards Program earn a $10 store credit, good on a future transaction, for every $200 purchased! mmmm O Special Offer for Julian News Readers! Bring in this coupon and receive $10 off on any purchase of $50.00 or morel One coupon per customer, please. Cannot be combined with other cou- pons. CODE: JULIANIO. Expires 4/$I/10 ILIII I I I I I I I I I I I III00i mmJ Borreg Outfitters Located in The Mall, 579-E Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA 760-767-3502 The Julian News 3 Safety is important in everything you do, especially banking. Rabobank, N.A. is part of the Rabobank Group, one of the safest banks in the world. Enter our Ride Safe Bank Safe Sweepstakes at your nearest branch to win a custom Rabo Cruiser bicycle. And follow the Rabobank cycling team in the Amgen Tour of California May 16 - 23. Exclusive checks with special Rabobank cycling design Exclusive checkbook cover with special Rabobank cycling design Free VISA check card with special Rabobank cycling design Free Rabobank apparel package when you sign up for free online banking and eStatements too Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and get started today. JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 www, rabobanka ) Rabobank Rabobank, N.A. Member FDIC *Offer applies to Personal Checking, Personal Interest Checking, Senior Checking and Sole Proprietor Checking only and ends June 4, 2010. 5100 minimum opening deposit required. Checking account must be linked to a Rabobank savings, money market or certificate of deposit account with combined balance and combined statement. Must enroll in eStatements and personal online banking to receive apparel package. Offer for California residents only. Julian Arts Guild Presents The Cartooning World Of Norm Daniels TheJulianArtsGuildwill present Norm Daniels demonstrating the art of cartooning on Tuesday, April 27 at 6:00 p.m. at the Julian Library. The public is welcome. Cartoons are one of Norm's favorite media as, he says, "Anything can happen in the world of'toons'. Sometimes they get published or just used to line bird cages. For a couple of years I did two cartoon illustrations each month for Surfer Magazine. The illustrations where for the long running "serial" called "Everybody Surfs" written by Dave Parmenter." During the program Norm will demonstrate how he approaches cartooning. Norm Daniels is. an artist with deep roots in the Julian area. His grandfather built a cabin on North Peak in the late 1920s on land that he had bought for $15 an acre. It was on Iron Springs Road and Norm's family lived in it until it was incinerated in the Cedar Fire. He also does paintings of the world around us; they can be seen on his website,