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i /limmiaall mWilUlmmuumummag Cuyamae S r_Valley, Mt. Lagu Summit, Va la. Volume 24 - Issue 36 Wednesday April 22, 2009 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Anniversary With Gala Party Since Santa Ysabel Casino opened in April of 2007, it quickly turned into an exciting locals' attraction and a calming retreat for city folks to play their favorite slots at their leisure . A vision for a Casino that offers comfort, warm hospitality and affordable home style dining so guests spend less and play longer, has been brought to fruition. It pays to listen to your guests. One tool Santa Ysabel Chsino has utilized in its quest to master home style hospitality has been its comment card feedback. D cor additions, Guest Service, and Quality Food Product, to mention a few, reflect the progress Santa Ysabel Casino has made to enhance the overall gaming experience for its casino patrons. Santa Ysabel Casino is celebrating its 2nd Anniversary the entire month in April, with the climax celebration to be held on Saturday April 25th beginning at 5pm. Every hour, Cash, Free Play, and prizes will be given away to total $6,200; Live Entertainment 4pm-lam; Random T-Shirt Giveaways; and a Cake Cutting Ceremony at 7pm with much more excitement throughout the evening. This is one Anniversary you won't forget! A brand new, $30 million state-of-art facility, Santa Ysabet Casino offers an array of gaming, entertainment and affordable dining options never before seen in Southern California. An economic enterprise of the lipay Nation of Santa Ysabel, the casino provides guests with various amenities including 349 of the latest themed slot machines, table games including $5 blackjack, live poker, $4.95 Prime Rib Thursday-Saturday from 4pm-10pm, arcade games for children of all ages, live entertainment, billiards, free shuttle service, and a state- of-the-art ventilation system for a virtually smoke-free environment. Located on the Santa Ysabel Reservation, the casino is approximately 60 minutes north of San Diego and boasts spectacular panoramic views of Lake Henshaw, Palomar and the Santa Maria Mountains. For information on the Santa Ysabel Casino, visit www. santaysabelcasino.com or call 760-782-0909. Santa Ysabel Casino is located off of Highway 79 just minutes from Julian. Show Returns For Mothers Day The popular annual Julian Wildflower Show will be held Thursday, May 7 through Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10, and will feature more than 100 colorful varieties of regional wildflowers. The flowers are hand picked from private properties in the local mountains and deserts and beautifully displayed in the Town Hall. The Julian Wildflower Show has been a popular annual event for more than 90 years and has been officially sponsored by the Julian Woman's Club since 1926. The show will be open from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily. The tink of aluminum bat hitting ball can once again be heard as baseball has returned to Jess Martin Park. Saturday was opening day for Julian PONY Baseball and after the official team photos, all teams took part in short exhibitions for the gathered parents, sisters and brothers plus interested observers. The T-Bailers got off to a fast start and almost had their exhibition over when the first pitch was thrown on the Mustang Game. All in all commissioner Tom Skibinski was pleased not just with the turn out but how smoothly the day went and how much laughter and joy was being generated. The celebrity for the days events was the Lake Elsinore Storm mascot Thunder who was there just for the occasion. He did his usual mascot shtick, to the smiles of all the smaller kids and those big kids (moms and dads) who could not help but smile at the reaction he was garnering from the children. Regular games start Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Go check out a game or two, It may just put a smile on your face. Besides - the snack bar is open for business. Top: Charlie gets a hit. Left: another hit and the batter watches the ball. Right: First ground ball out Mustang game. Opposite: Thunder and his hidden ball trick Show And Tell Night' At Historical Society's A Wednesday, April 22nd at 7:00 p.m., the Julian Historical Society will host their Annual Show & Tell night. The Master of Ceremony, Bob Adam, has set the guidelines for this event. You and your family, neighbors and friends, are encouraged to attend, and if so desire, bring an item that is older than 5(3 years, (not including your spouse). We look forward to seeing and hearing about each other's items and the story behind them. So come on out and have a fun evening with us. We will be serving you premium coffee and cookies. You are also invited to join the Julian Historical Society, a remarkable group of old and young, new residents and old residents, good fellowship and fascinating history. Meetings are held at the Witch Creek School House, home to the Julian Historical Society, 2133 4th Street, Julian. m Jutian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested O .___.._J s,A.oA.0 I I ~--I PlulirmatnN~30 Ill. I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 I Julian Planning Group In Action , On Monday Apri113, the JCPG met at its regular scheduled meeting. All members were in attendance but one. Tim White, Coach and representative for the Sports Program at Julian High, returned as previously suggested. Tim presented a detailed wish list for the Julian High School Baseball Field improvements along with a proposed bid for the project from the company Sports Field Services, Inc. White is requesting the high school baseball field be placed on the priority list for PLDO Funds. After going over the list and asking many questions of White, the one remaining question was what's the top priority to make the field playable. He stated it would have to be the infield. Conditions make playing on the field unsafe to the athletes and so they play at Jess Martin Park. The JCPG voted to make a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors as follows: JCPG recommends placing the Julian High School Baseball Infield as the second item on the PLDO Funds priority list. JCPG also recommends the amount of $40,000.00 for this project. Item passed. JCPG also has the task of approving recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for the ARB. At the last meeting the Group approved two seats and had two more to fill. Since there were no other applicants at the time the process was again opened up. JCPG received two applications (lan Scattergo0d and Jill Corlew) for review at this meeting. Both candidates gave a brief background history of themselves and what they feel about the Julian area. JCPG questioned them on how they would handle policy, procedures and personal preference. The group approved submittal of a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors for the filling of one seat on the ARB by lan Scattergood. At this time, one seat still remains open and will be re-addressed at the June meeting. Chairman Shelver will post notifications for applications with a deadline of June 2nd. This concluded all items that required action, all others were for discussion only. The next regular scheduled meeting is set for May 11, 2009. All members of the community are encouraged to attend. Julian Feed and Supply is sponsoring their second spring gardening workshop Saturday April 25 at 10am. "The Edible Garden And What To Plant Now" cost is $10 per person with 10% off purchases all day. Kindergarten Open House Spencer Valley Elementary School will hold its Kindergarten Open House on Tuesday, May 5, 2009 from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. Feel free to bring your child, observe the reading rotation and speak to the teacher about the program. To enroll for next year please bring the following paperwork: your child's birth certificate, immunization record and proof of residency, such as a utility bill, rental receipt, etc. If you have any questions call Mary Lou at 765-0336.