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April 21, 2010 Banking - Checking Savings Home Equity Business Banking 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDIC Rabobank Accounting - Tax Planning LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting . Full Service Firm Rebecca Luers, CPA ./an Dyer, CPA  'M:xers Degt,e in 'itkn Personal attention to your special needs Wynola Center 4367 Hwy. 78. Suite ! 12 * PO. Box 1934 Julian, CA 92036 11:'/60 765-0343 Fax: 760 765-O150 Email: Jeffrey Burns & Amanda Day June Wedding Planned We are pleased to announce the engagement of Jeffrey Burns, Son of Richard and Nancy Burns, to Amanda Day. Jeffrey purposed to Amanda on Valentines Day, the whole family is looking forward to being at their wedding, and welcoming Amanda to our family.. They are planning to be married, on June 4th 2011. Jeffrey met Amanda at Camp Otterbein in 2007 when he was working there for the summer. Amanda worked the're for a week volunteering with her Church as a counselor. Jeffrey saw her for a couple weekends and had worked with her for a week, they both went there separate ways for a year but stayed in touch, communicating with each other regularly. God brought Amanda and Jeffrey back to the same camp that they had worked at before, except this time, they both worked together the whole summer. They were able to share there faith with the campers, at the same time, listened to each other share their passion helping kids become more on fire for Jesus. Amanda is from Chillicothe, Ohio and is finishing up her Junior year as a Social Work Major at Indiana Weslyian University in Marion, Indiana. We wish them all of Gods wonderful blessings as they share their life's together. Richard & Cheryl Burns. Dedication Ceremony Planned In Memory of Tino Cauzza On Friday, April 30th at 3:00 p.m., a plaque will be dedicated in memory of former Julian Union High School student athlete and coach Albert "Tino" Cauzza, who passed away last October. Cauzza's name will now be memorialized on the high school baseball field to honor his many years of love, dedication and service to youth sports at the high school and within the community of Julian. The Julian Union High School District Governing Board voted to approve the dedication at its January 21st meeting. Preparations have been taking place to renovate the field area behind the football stadium in an effort to provide an onsite facility for the high school team who has been displaced to Jess Martin Park for several years. Community members donated their time including Kenny Mushet, Rick Moretti and student Auggie Moretti scraping, grading and hauling debris. Chris Cornette and his CalFire crew cleaned the grounds and painted the dugouts. JUHSD staff coordinated the inspection and installation of SDG&E meter, scoreboard service, location of water source, replacement of backstop netting, and lowering of the manhole cover in the outfield. Final infield preparations should be completed by the end of summer. All are invited to the dedication where a brief ceremony will take place followed by refreshments and a scrimmage by the Julian High School baseball team. I Thoughts by Michele Harvey Weeds, Turkeys And Earthquakes I have what I laughingly call flower beds. They are really weed farms raised with rock borders. After trying to pull the weeds out for the past ten years; this past autumn I began storing dead leaves and cold wood ashes in the beds and this week found it so much easier to pull the weeds because they weren't solidly rooted in dirt. At our property, along with many others around here we say dirt when we should actually say clay. We have mostly clay to plant things in. Each year the winds spread the weed seeds and I pull weeds in the same places every year. I think the number of weeds should diminish, but the variety of weeds expands as the winds get stronger and spread seeds from further away. Thankfully it's been much easier this year. Also this year I have compost bins to store the pulled weeds as they break down into compost. My compost bins are easy to set up. I learned from Celia, the compost queen to get four wood pallets. Set them on their sides to make a square, tie them together with wire, bungee cords or zip ties. Line the inside of the square with cardboard so the weeds and leaves don't escape, and they look neat and clean. After a year or so, I take the pallets apart. I set them in a new location, use the dirt that has composted for gardening and what hasn't broken down completely goes into the new compost bin to break down into dirt. rm not as quick to rake up fallen leaves as I used to be. Flat plant materials don't burn as easily as tall, dead plants in forest fires, so I often let the leaves stay. This cuts down on the weed population and when weeds pop. up among the leaves, they are very easy to pull out. When the leaves stay in one place all winter through rains and snows, they begin to break down into rich mulch which attracts worms. Worms'aireate soil and break down the clay into good rich soil. Last week I met some turkey hunters. Talking with them, and establishing that they had a sense of humor, I told them that their camouflage wear was a good way not to find turkeys. Camouflage clothing is strange and different to wild turkeys. They run from it and usually end up on private property. They can't be shot on private property without the owner's permission. They aren't stupid. We told the hunters that they would have better luck if they dressed in plaid shirts, shorts and flip flops. These are clothes that are familiar to wild turkeys. Many people don't allow turkey hunting on their properties. I think most of the turkeys know the safety zones. Ever since the big one on Easter Sunday, we all seem to be more aware of earthquakes and we imagine we feel them when a gust of wind hits the side of whatever building we happen to be in at the time. I Google "California earthquake information" and get on the United States Geological Survey website. They have maps showing the most recent earthquakes in California and Nevada. The maps show the strength and location of each earthquake and they use a color code system showing earthquakes from the past hour, the past day and the past week. Using my refresh button, I can see the changes as new earthquakes show on the map. They also list earthquakes, and I'm fascinated to the point of leaving the site up some evenings and refreshing it every few minutes to look for new earthquakes. My junior high science teacher told us that San Diego County has about 1000 earthquakes each year. These past few weeks we've had a lot more than that. The earth is definitely moving at the rate of about 1900 earthquakes each week in California and Nevada. Many are very small and many are very deep. We don't feel most of them and maybe they are moving the earth under us just enough to prevent another big earthquake. I hope so. These are my thoughts. The Julian News has invited Mrs. Wylie's Advanced Placement English Language and Composition class to submit some of their regular assignments for inclusion in the paper. It is our hope that this will encourage those and other students to contribute on a regular basis so that the community may have a better understanding of what is happening at Julian High School. Any opinions expressed are purely those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the Julian News or the Julian Union High School District, their staffs or management. A Highlight Of High .School: Prom! by Leah Kean'e- Junior Class President All Aboard! This year the Junior/ Senior Prom will be held on the William D. Evans at Bahia Resort Hotel down in Mission Bay. The Junior Class has been working diligently to fund raise and prepare for High School's most memorable event. Throughout this year though, the class has been fortunate to receive help and support from many individuals and groups. To start off, I would like to recognize Mrs. Welch, Junior Class Advisor, for she has been dedicated to our success by monitoring, advising, and a. Earth Day i_s Thursday April 22 and we will be celebrating by wearing earth colors (blue, green, and brown colors and/or wear an Earth Day shirt or flowers) b. Get class points for your Earth Day spirit c. Our goal is to give back to the earth and to help our campus look pretty and to be ready for graduation th - so come out on Saturday May 29 for the following Earth Day Events located at the high school: Our last g|aadl llelve of the year (gain - 2pm) Cc,'/'@v C 7Aib (gam -2pro) Planting Flowers (9am -2pm) directing the class with its many responsibilities. A special shout out to Mrs. Moretti whose help, advice, time, and energy have been indispensable to the Junior Class. Beginning with vol eyball, then basketball, and now track, she has willingly volunteered herself to be in charge of the snack bar, a responsibility which includes: setting up at sporting events, keeping track of inventory, cooking, cleaning, and working during games. We cannot thank you enough! The American Legion also helped us by graciously hosting a fund raiser breakfast on our behalf on February 22nd. On March 27 at the Town Hall, thanks to the Julian Chamber of Commerce, the Junior Class was able to hold a bake sale, which was a great success. We are thankful for everyone's contribution to our efforts to raise money for Prom. Without such support it would be near impossible for the Junior Class to put on the most amazing night this year's guests will experience! Now, for those of you interested in more details about Prom I urge you to continue reading. The theme for this year is Masquerade and, as stated above, it will be held at the Bahia Resort Hotel aboard the ship the William D. Evans. The exact address is: Bahia Resort Hotel, 998 West Mission Bay Drive, San Diego California 92109. The date is May 15, 2010 and the agenda for this wonderful evening will proceed as follows: boarding will be from 6:30-7:30 The Julian News 5 JULIAN 2902 Washington Street 760-765-1212 Mon-Fri 8:30 to 6:00 and Sat 9:OO to 5:00 CLOSED on Sunday Progressively Old Fashioned Collectibles Gifts Jewelry 2111 Main Street In "[he Heart of Downtown Julian High Stepping Kalyn Kalyn Kristine Kelly was born July 3rd, 1992, in Palomar Hospital. I have known Kalyn since junior high and she has always proved to be a funny, smart, and genuine person, she is a woman of strength and adversity. Kalyn has many talents and hobbies. She frequently practices Highland dancing which is very difficult and time consuming. She has been at it for a year now and is quite good! She has been active in our sports program playing soccer, and running track, as well as cross country. In her sports career Kalyn has obtained 30 medals and 5 plaques, very impressive! No matter what Kalyn sets her mind to she always does good at it. Her favorite series to read is the Highland series because of its depictions of Scotland and its history, she loves Scotland! The most impacting moment in Kalyns life was when her father past away, through this tragic event she learned what it is to be a strong woman for her family and also for herself. After High school Kalyn plans on attending community college to get her degree for a job in either personal training or massage therapy, she is still weighing her decisions. Kalyn would like to recognize her best friend Jenna Arenson for being the most loyal and loving friend she has ever had. Kalyn Kelly has great personality, she is the type of person you can talk to for h6urs and still be interested in the conversation! She is a person of great quality and strong values, she has no reason to be afraid of anything that comes her way. along with photographs and hors d'oeuvre. From 8:00-9:00 there will be a delicious dinner, on the ship (meanwhile the entire time there will be dancing on the lower level) and by 9:45-10:45 the ship will cruise the Bay (hopefully we will be treated to seeing Sea World's Firework Show!). By 11:00 the night will come to end and all shall disembark the ship. We are all looking forward to having a spectacular time! Prom bids will begin going on sale on April 12, 2010 starting with the prices of: $80.00 a couple and $55.00 for a single. Be warned though! Prices will increase as we near the prom date. in order to save money it would be wise to purchase your ticket as soon as possible! I personally cannot Wait for this incredible evening and I'm confident it will be a huge success.