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April 22, 2009 #1 - Antiques on Hwy. 79 South #2 - Cedar Works on Hwy. 78 West at Wynola Farms Building Local Artist Wins in Prestigious Watercolor Exhibition Julian resident and SDWS member Stan Goudey, has been accepted into and has won the Diane Halasz Cash Award in the prestigious 34th annual Western Federation of Watercolor Societies' exhibition opening May 1 at the San Diego Watercolor Society in Liberty Station. Opening reception from 5:00 to 8:00 is open to the public. Stan is well know for his "plein air" paintings and can often be seen teaching classes at the San Diego Watercolor Society. His work is filled with intense light and rich color. Quiet Sunday, watercolor painting by SDWS member Stan Goudey has won a cash award in the 34th annual Western Federation of Watercolor Societies' exhibition taking place in San Diego. Western Federation of Watercolor Societies: The Western Federation of Watercolor Societies (WFWS) was formed 32 years ago and includes over 4, 500 artists in ten regional watercolor societies and guilds. The WFWS encourages and recognizes artistic excellence and works to increase visibility of watercolor as an artistic medium through our annual exhibitions. Western Federation of Watercolor Societies Members: Arizona Watercolor Association, Colorado Watercolor Society, Nevada Watercolor Society, New Mexico Watercolor Society, San Diego Watercolor Society, Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild Southwestern Watercolor Society, Utah Watercolor Society, Watercolor Society of Oregon, West Texas Watercolor Society The San Diego Watercolor Society is one of the largest and well- respected watermedia organizations in the United States. The 800 member, all volunteer, non-profit presents original art exhibitions throughout the year, along with workshops, demonstrations and organized paint-outs. Membership is $55 per year. www.sdws.org (619) 876-4550 The Julian News 3 A Huge Thank You To The Sons Of The Legion From Julian High On behalf of the junior class at Julian High School, we would like to sincerely thank the sons of the American Legion (SAL) for giving the junior class the opportunity to host a breakfast to raise money for the Junior/Senior prom. The breakfast raised almost $2000! The junior class did an awesome job of pre-selling tickets and working the event. Lucky Pettersen, Junior Class President said, "The Julian Sons of American Legion Post is so supportive. We want them to know how much we appreciate their help. We would not have been able to raise the money to ial .............. l 24 Hour Emergency Service I A ~rL__I. -- Over 60 years serving the community we live in. / Trained [ ](:OUNIL Ben Sulser, District Manager pay for the prom without them. Those guys are part of what makes this town great." Anastasia Moore, Jenna Arenson, Kalyn Kelly, John Linton, Andrej Dominguez. The SAL art contest winner for "The Dance" this year is Bria Morgan. Bria is twenty one years old, an '05 graduate of Julian High School, and is "The Dance" Art Contest Winner Is Bria Morgan by Bill Fink about to graduate from UCLA with a degree in political science aWd a minor in geography and environmental studies. She will continue her education at either UC Irvine or USC in a master of arts teaching program. Bria has been a member of the Legion Auxiliary since she was a child and feels her participation in the art contest is a way of keeping touch and contributing to the community she grew up in. While Bria has never had formal training in art, she says "it's always been part of my life." Her earliest memories are of Grandma Margie bringing her and sister Lisa, art supplies for Christmas and always P u rc h as e y B ighton a n r i!i necklace and bracelet and you can ~iiiiiiiiiiii{ii~ took ned 7o ! PLEASE JOIN US FOR A BRIGHTON EVENT Julian Imports Friday May x 5-7 PM 2 o6 Main St. " tno 76 - 49o encouraging her. Bria has experience in logo design. She has created spirit shirts while at Julian High and most recently had her design selected for the UCLA Naval ROTC shirt. She is looking forward to "The Dance" when she will receive her prize and hopefully personally autograph some of the posters. Bria's dad, long time SAL member Ron Morgan, was on hand for this interview and it was obvious how proud he was of his daughter, but said, "l'r proud of all my kids, it's just real nice when something like this happens for them". "The Dance" is Saturday, June 6th and all the artwork submitted for the contest can be viewed and bid on in a silent auction. Come take a look and see how your artistic community is participating and helping the Sons benefit the many worthwhile causes in Julian. Students from left to right: Jonathan Retz, Cierra Smothers, Omar Hernandez photo by Marisa McFedries Pi ('n') for Pie by Angel Lukeman, 7th grade student What do you think is a better deal, one nine-inch apple pie or two six-inch apple pies? "1 was pretty sure that the two six-inch pies were a better deal than the nine-inch pie, but the seventh grade students proved that the nine-inch pie was a better deal than the two six-inch pies," deczlared Principal Brian Duffy. Patricia Rittberg, a fellow seventh grade pre-algebra student, reasoned, "1 know why most people guess the two six-inch pies: they add six and six and get twelve. But, it's not true. They have to do the real math." The formula for the area of a circle is pi times the radius squared. On April 14th the seventh grade classes at the Julian Junior High experienced a morning of fun in math class. Not only did they have fun studying pi Or), but they got to bring actual pie into the conversation. Math teacher Mr. Copeland thought it would be fun, and the students would be learning at the same time. He and student Cierra Smothers arranged the pies through the Julian Pie Company, which is owned by the Smothers familY. The students filled out a challenge sheet applying the formula for the area of a circle in order to receive a "special ticket. They calculated the answer to the pie question above. This ticket gave them a big slice of still-warm apple crumb pie. "It was fun and easy, and pie was a good choice for the lesson," said student Nick Massa. The twins Austin and Hunter McConnell said, "It was a great way to teach math. It was the best tasting math lesson ever!" ,Ioh and Dustin Exchange Vows Shyloh Breeze Delgado and Dustin Allen Michel were married on Saturday April 11 at the Oak Y Knoll Ranch high on a hill overlooking Mesa Grande. Attended by more than 100 family and friends the couplewho have known each other since elementary school and began dating at Julian High School. Shyloh is the daughter of Adlele and Dennis Delgado(Candy Basket), Dustin the son of Tina Martin(Witch Creek Winery). After a honeymoon in Spain they will be living in Golden Hill in San Diego.