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10 The Julian News Ramona Food & Clothes Closet Increases Number Of Students Eligible To Apply For "Community Spirit Scholarship." Ramona Food & Clothes Closet's "Community Spirit Scholarship" provides financial support for high school seniors and graduates, including home schooled students, living in Ramona, San Ysabel, Julian, Ranchita, Warner Springs or Borrego Springs; and are pursuing college or vocational education beyond high school. The total amount available to a student will range from $2,000 up to $18,000 and will apply to tuition and fees only. Applicants will be required to make a formal application and be interviewed by a Scholarship Selection Committee. Not all applicants will be selected as only a limited amount of funding is available each year for the program. Starting with those applying in 2010 and subsequent years, any qualified high school senior or graduate living in the above areas is encouraged to apply. In previous years, and in 2009, only Ramona High School AVID students and graduates were eligible. AVID participation will not be required for 2010 and subsequent year applicants. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 40 hours volunteer community service during the preceding twelve months at the Ramona Food & Clothes Closet. Individuals desiring to apply in 2010 should immediately call Ramona Food & Clothes Closet's General Manager, Brian Moore at 760-789-4458 to schedule this required community service. Call or email Jeff Funk, Scholarship Program Chairman for additional information on the .program (760-789-5056-fu nk2coxnet@, or drop by the Ramona Food & Clothes Closet at 773 Main Street in Ramona and visit with Brian. Triangle Club Scholarship Applications Available The Julian Triangle Club is pleased to offer academic scholarships to graduating seniors Any graduating senior of Julian High School, Ray Redding High School, Julian Charter School, or home school who resides in the Julian High School District boundaries, planning to continue his or her education may apply for these scholarships. Any graduating senior within the high school boundaries who plans to attend a two or four year college may apply. Scholarships are also available to graduating seniors who plan to attend a Vocational or Trade School. The awards are based on citizenship, scholarship, community, and school activities. Final selection will be made by the club's scholarship committee. The announcement of the recipients will be made at the scholarship awards ceremonies in June, and for the Charter School and home school recipients, at the June Triangle Club meeting. Applications may be picked up at Julian Yesteryears at 2111 Main Street in downtown Julian, or for those seniors attending Julian High School, they may be picked up at the school office. All applications must be returned no later than Friday May 15th. If you have questions, please call Michele at Julian Yesteryears 760=7651020 weekdays between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Garten Scholarship Deadline Approaching Julian Union High School Seniors have until the May 15 deadline to apply for the Charlie Garten Memorial Scholarship Association $1,000.00 scholarship. See Lorna Thomas at JUHS for an application. This scholarship is separate from the Lion's Club Charlie Garten Scholarship, so don't miss both opportunities to receive (and to donate). The scholarship will be awarded to the best qualified candidate at the JUHS Awards Assembly evening. The Charlie Garten Memorial Scholarship Association is a Not For Profit foundation, so your contributions are fully tax deductible. All monies go directly to scholarships for graduating JUHS seniors only, and applications are graded by an unbiased scoring process. Any administrative costs are paid by .Charlie's family, so every cent contributed goes to Julian High School Seniors who are furthering their education. Donations should be made payable to "Charlie Garten Memorial Scholarship Assn.", and mailed to P.O. Box 2526, Julian, CA 92036-2426. Let's all pitch in to keep Charlie's spirit alive! Since 1928 Olympic medals have featured the same design on the front: a Greek goddess, the Olympic Rings, the coliseum of ancient Athens, a Greek vase, a horse-drawn chariot, and the year, number of the Olympiad and host city. Ask Pastor Rick Religion In the News Prison To Provide Kosher Meals In an article by the Associated Press, Maryland prison officials said that they would continue to offer kosher meals to inmates beyond Passover. The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services announced it would serve kosher meals to observant Jews during Passover. The agency said that after the seven-day Passover period ends, they will continue to offer three kosher meals a day to the nearly 130, registered as Jews, House of Yahweh, or Assembly of Yahweh. Two Jewish inmates sued, contending a denial of their religious freedom. The agency said the addition of the strict religious diet would not add to food service costs. Source: The San Jose Mercury News, summarized by Pastor Rick Group Warns Nevada Not to Fund Church With Ties To Mark Twain Advocates of the separation of church and state have warned a Nevada city it will file a law suit if the city gives more money to a church that Mark Twain helped build in the 1860's. Two payments totaling $146,500 have already been given by Carson City to the First Presbyterian Church. The Americans United for Separation of Church and State maintain these payments "violate the First Amendment barring establishment of religion," and that "public funds can't be used to support religious activity directly or indirectly." Carson City Supervisors rejected the group's request to rescind the payments. According to the Supervisors, they were only trying to "preserve Nevada's oldest church building, not support religion." Supervisor Pete Livermore said, "...we did nothing irregular. We don't need anyone from the East telling us what to do." In January 1864, Mark Twain raised $200 to complete the construction of the church by charging admission to a roast of Nevada lawmakers in the capital city. Source: The San Jose Mercury News, summarized by Pastor Rick Ask Pastor Rick Can you explain "Be angry but don't sin?' First, let me tell you there are three New Testament Greek words for anger. Thumos is an explosive anger. We get our English word "thermal" from it. This kind of anger shows itself in a turbulent, boiling agitation. A person with this kind of anger is out of control. Another Greek ' word, parorgismos, is used in Ephesians 4:26, a scripture that contains, in part, your question: "Be angry, and do not sin: do not let the sun go down on your wrath" (NKJV). Parogismos (wrath) is not an explosive anger, it is a white- hot, seething anger. It's a destructive anger that eats you up inside. And last is orge. This is an interesting anger. It's an attitude about a person or thing and it is "aroused" at certain times. Think of our English word, orgasm, here. This kind of ange r is permitted. In fact, it is the anger we are told to have in Ephesians 4:26: "Be orge, and do not sin: don't let the sun go down on your parorgismos." May 6, 2009 There is a time to be angry and a right way to be angry. The problem for most people is that they are angry at the wrong things in the wrong way, or they are angry at one thing but take it out on something else. An example of this is when a man gets angry at work, then blows  up at home, yelling at his spouse and kicking out the cat! A great example of appropriate anger is found when Jesus drove the money-changers out of the Temple in Jerusalem. He did so because His Father's house had been made into a "den of thieves." He was right to be angry at that. It was righteous anger and appropriately applied, not sinful. There is a "justifiable" reason to be angry. It's the "unjustified" anger that is problemfltic. In His renown Sermon On The Mount, Jesus said, 'But I say to you that whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of judgment (Matthew 5:22 emphasis mine). The passage in Ephesians promotes the idea of settling the reason for your anger as soon as possible. When anger is bottled up, it can lead to a host of problems, not the least of which can be physical and emotional maladies. One more thing; I can't find a time in Scripture when Jesus became angry at how He was ill- spoken of, ill-treated, maligned or slandered - something we get angry with regularly. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Community Church on 3rd and C Streets in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: or Hillside Community Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.) The smallest bird egg is believed to be that of the Vervain Hummingbird of Jamaica. It measures just 0.39 inches and weighs 0.0132 ounces. 4747 LUNETA DRIVE 3BD, 2BA., 2 Car Garage, Almost One Acre, Beautiful Trees, Stainless Appliances, Wood Floors In Kitchen/Dining. Tile Baths, Corian Counters. $475,000 '"WE DO A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS" P.O. 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