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April 23, 2014 HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES Complete Family Pf&apos;ati< ........  k,w r, Harold K. Merrick bid lvlonlnly L, arolOlOgy ane " Blake A. Wylie, DO ( : Digital X-ray Lab Services /- A.tiogMedi-Caedi .....  Community Health Group, Molina, Daily Borrego PharmacyD very Sh.rp C ..... ia CHDP Behavioral Health (Smartte) S.d,ngM'tPO"nri. s, ..d .....  FinancialAssistanceAvailable. Monday-Friday 8-pm 760-765-1223 The Sixth Taste Of Julian A Huge Success by Diana Garrett Saturday, April 12 dawned with a cloudy and foggy sky[ The weather was cool! But by noon the skies had cleared and it was a beautiful day. 182 people didn't worry about the weather because they all made their way to the Town Hall porch to pick up their tickets The Taste of Julian committee, & the Julian Chamber of Commerce want to express their appreciation to all of the restaurants, wineries, breweries & artists that participated in this very successful event My committee would also like to extend a special thanks to the locations that s01d tickets for us: Rabobank, Menghini Winery, and the Chamber Office. Tickets were also sold on line through Paypal, organized and run by Robin Boland. The visitors were presented with a map to find the locations participating in the "Taste". Artists from the Julian Arts Guild were at a couple of the locations either showing their work or creating it or both. One even solda piece of their work. On the back of the map was a survey which provided us with very interesting information. That information will help us plan for next year. Every one of the "Tasters" wrote that they loved the experience, some had come up for the "Taste" before and said this was their fourth year and the best ever! A brief listing of what you missed if you didn't attend the "Taste" this year is below: 1. Julian Grille with their delicious Georgia Peach Chicken, plus their Shrimp and pasta & a great salad' 2. Jeremy's on the Hill served a wonderful roast pork sample with a super sauce & pickled red cabbage, a little red potato and a spinach salad,, plus a cool glass of water! 3. Buffalo Bills served their super Buffalo Sliders - YUM[ 4. Candied Apple Pastry Company-served delicious tomato bisque soup, a slice of their wonderful French bread and a dreamy taste of their fabulous bread pudding. 5. Carmen's Place served samples of their wonderful Mexican beef and pork 6. Julian Hard Cider gave us little cups of their tasty Hard Cider, all three flavors 7. Apple Alley gave folks a delicious sample of their fabulous ohili in a sweet cornbread bowl! 8. Julian Tea and Cottage Arts served a choice of several kinds of Tea, samples of delicious spreads on crackers, chocolate covered cookies and gum drop candy. 9. Menghini Winery offered a sample of their fabulous Syrah wine right out of one of their old oak barrels and dark chocolates to go with it. Their wine is so smooth!! 10. Mom's Pie House served samples of their famous Apple pie with ice cream in town and at their Wynola location they served their hand pressed Apple Cider and slices of their fabulous caramel apples with nuts or without 11. Julian Pie Company provided a sample of their absolutely delicious warm Apple Pie with Whipped Cream 12. J. Jenkin's Winery gave a choice of their crisp flavorful Apple Wine: Dolchezza or their amazing Apple Port 13. Smokehouse Barbecue & Pizza-served a great sample of their outstanding smoked Tri-tip pizza 14. Poncho Villa's Restaurant gave a sample of their warm pepperoni or their super cheesy pizza 15. Orflla Winery poured a small glass of either their tasty White or Red wine continued on page 9 Kids With Cameras Project Returns First year student, Manse Jimenez, enjoying one of her photos. photograph by Taylor Cole The "Kids with Cameras" project returned to Julian on Friday, April 18, with 10 youngsters ranging from 5th grade to 8th grade. The students are: Horst Williams, Erin and Tess Conitz, Maykenzie Raines, Kylee Reed, Cory Wangl Taylor Cole, Lilly Lopez, Manse Jimenez, and Pawiiy Linton. The photo teachers are: Jeff Holt, Bill Bevill, Anne Garcia, Harvey Arntson, and Lay Lay. The students will meet every Friday for the next six weeks and get hands on training by experienced photographers. The lessons will include composition, portrait photography, editing, and technical understanding. The experience will include a field trip to the top of Vulcan Mountain on Wednesday, May 14. There is to be a reception for the student photographers at the Julian library on May 28th at 6pm. Each student will present an 8x12 mounted photograph signed by the student artist and presented to the general public. The project began in 2011 and has served over 60 students from Julian Elementary, Julian Junior High, and Spencer Valley School The project has been recently aided by the Gallo fund of the United Methodist church which purchased 10 new cameras and photographic equipment for the students to use. Wildflowers and Weeds Since the inception of the Julian Woman's Club in 1926, we have presented an annual wildflower show, which is free to the public. This year's show will be held in the Julian Town Hall from 10:0OAM to 4:00 PM starting on Wednesday May 7th, and through Saturday, May 10th. Despite the drought and unusually warm winter, we're seeing plenty of wildflowers, and should have a good display. Wildflowers are 'not the only things in bloom. As I write, a weed- eater is buzzing in one of my neighbors' gardens Weed season started early this year. Any victory over the weeds is temporary. They'll be back with their stickers and burrs to trouble us every year - excepting a few we've pulled out by the roots. Weeds choke out native wildflower species. If you have an interest in wildflowers, and especially if you want to see them in your own garden, you'll need to know a bit about weeds. It can be hard to tell the difference between native wildflowers and invasive non-natives. The Woman's Club is creating an additional display table this year to showcase "the good, the bad & the ugly" In the "good "section, we will be have information on milkweed and how it supports monarch butterflies. We will have milkweed seeds, and a limited number of young plants for sale at the show. The "bad" section will show some invasive non-native plants. Some of them might look like flowers when you first see them, but don't be fooled! Learn to recognize your enemy! The "ugly" section is just for fun. We're having an Ugly Weed Contest. If you want to enter, just bring the .ugliest weed you can find in your garden to the basement of the Town Hall in a disposable container on Tuesday May 6th between the hours of 10:00AM and 12:00 Noon. The prize will be a basket of gardening items to be awarded at the end of the show. On Saturday, May 10th, free to the public, Ms. Sharyl Massey will speak on the topic of Identifying and Removing Invasive Plants. Sharyl's presentations will be at 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM at the clubhouse of the Julian Woman's Club located at 2607 "C" Street in Julian. Sharyl has been working in Environmental Education for over 20 years. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Management from Humboldt State University, and a Master's degree in Environmental Science Education from Sonoma State University. Sharyl volunteered with the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic and worked for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado as an Education Coordinator. Since returning to the San Diego area, Sharyl has served on the Board of Directors for the Vulcan Mountain Foundation and currently works at Cuyamaca Outdoor School where she teaches a variety of environmental subjects including introducing students to citizen science projects and habitat restoration. You are invited to the third annual JIdian lligh School Art Reception Join art students and their instructor at the Julian Library on Thursday, May 1st from 5pm to 7pm. Take in the artwork and view the advanced art display in the community room. Enjoy soup andsaladfor $1o andkeep a student decoratedbow6 Various ceramic items will also be available for purchase to support the Visual Arts at Julian High School! Julian Arts Guild Hosts "Art Potpourri" The Julian Arts Guild will host their annual Spring show, "Art .Potpourri" this Mother's Day weekend, May 9th through May 11th, at the Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main Street, Julian, CA. The show will open each day at 10:.00 am and close at 6:00 pm. Talented artists from Julian and nearby communities will present their paintings, photography, mosa,cs, ceramics, printmaking, jewelry and other works of fine art. Admission to the Julian Arts Guild show is free, and many continued on page 8 The Julian News 3 WE ACCEPT Groceries. Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" Meat Department U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAILY 6a.m. TO 8p.m. at Wynola Farms Marketplace (619) 246-8581 kat@ JULIAN TREE * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 : 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A I Carmen'sPlace 2018 Main Street 760 765 4600 Weekday Breakfast Specials 7 to I1' 95to$6.50 i s4. ( us a New Espresso machme Prescription Drug Take-Back Event At Julian Library Parking Lot - Saturday, April 26th, 10-2 Abuse of prescription (Rx) drugs now ranks second, only behind marijuana, as the .............. Nation's most prevalent illegal drug problem. One in five teens " has abused a prescription drug, and for the first time since the automobile boom, drugs deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities--  primarily due to prescription drug bverdoses. Prescription drugs are addictive and the health risks of abuse can be extremely serious, even deadly. Talk to teens about the dangers of taking medication without a doctor's direction, keep your medications in a secure location, and dispose of unused medications in a collections box like the one inside the Julian Sheriff's Substation-- don't throw them away or flush them down the toilet. They often contain toxic chemicals that are harmful to the environment. Julian's Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 26th at the Julian Library parking lot from 10am,2pm is also a great opportunity to get rid of unused medications. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. Pills can be in their prescription bottles orin a zip lock bag. Information on pill bottles will be kept confidential and destroyed You don't even need to get out of your car--just drive through and drop them off! If you have any questions about this event, please contact Jean Duffy, Drug Free Julian Community Coalition Coordinator, Jean., (760)765-2228 or join us at a coalition meeting. We meet at 5pm at the Julian Library on the Second Thursday of every month.