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The O.ly Weekly 00V00sp.pe,, S00.,i.g the. Backcountry CommunitieS of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabei, + Shelter Valley, ' Mt. Lagun Rch, SunshineSummit, g Warner @rings and Wynola. Volume 27 - Issue 39 Wednesday May 9, 2012 J.tia., CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Julian News _ -o' PRESORTEO STANDARD PO Box 639 ('tmLu'"\\; --__ U.S. POSTAG d JuEiar C:A. 92036 -- PAl CIw+xge Sep,,'ice Requested .,.  PERMIT NO. 30 JULIAN, CA II,l,,I,,I,,I,hh,h,l,,l,,l,l,,l,hlh,,,lh,,,lll,,,I,l,l,I Small Town Papers TFN 217 WCota St \\;, Shelton WA 98584-2263 Take Mom For Dinner And. Theater Friday Or Saturday The phrase "Dinner and a Show" is getting taken to a whole new level as Julian High School prepares for its Spring Dinner Theater! The High School Theater Club has been working hard at "Reading Aunt Louise's Will", a mystery play by Dick Laffin. The show will be performed on both Friday, May 11th and Saturday, May 12th in the Julian High School multi- purpose room at 6:30 pm. Dinner theater is definitely most popular "in mystery form. For those that are unfamiliar with the wonderful Dinner Theater Mystery game here's how it works: the play starts as people are sitting at their tables, starting on their salads. Characters are introduced (usually pretty unusual and suspicious), and the plot is laid out for the audience. Then, there is a dinner break. The audience gets to enjoy their delicious meals (Julian High School's ASB will be preparing Mexican food on Friday night), while the play takes a short intermission. Once dinner calms down, the play resumes and the storyline gets more and more complicated and interesting. This is all the rising action to the "crime" that will be committed "later that evening". Right before the crime is committed, though, the play ends and the narrator takes control. He or she explains that each table will get a newspaper report, explaining the crime that was committed. by Jordan Affeldt-Cruz Then each character will be walking around the tables with clues for sale. Every table can buyas many clues as they desire to help them accurately solve the mystery. The table who comes up with the correct solution first wins a prize. It's as simple as that! (Or is it?) This dinner theater is a great way for JHS students to enjoy the benefits of theater, since there was no drama class or Spring Musical this year. Performing Arts have always been a strong point of Julian High School and it's great to see that they can still find ways to show their creativity even without the comfort of our main theater (which is not to be used until renovations are done). It just goes to show, the arts shine through in Julian no matter what obstacles are thrown towards them. All proceeds from the dinner theater on Friday night will go straight to Julian High School's Associated Student Body (ASB), and proceeds on Saturday night will go to the Julian Methodist Church. So if you"re looking for some good food and great entertainment, come on out and enjoy the show! Tickets are on sale at the high school office at $25 per person, $15 per child, and $60 for families (tickets will also be available at the door). Come support your local talents, fill up your tummies, and have fun solving the mystery! Celebrating Longevity ' This Saturday At The Library never ,opl "e .olderamel 2 o In May, we celebrate Older popular dance exercise, with Americans Month which has Latin inspired moves and music. been in observancesince 1963. Zumba has classes in over The theme for Older Americans 110,000 gyms in more than 250 Month 2012, Never Too Old countries. to Play...encourages older Millan is the second oldest Americans to stay engaged, Zumba instructor in theworld. At active and involved in their own 72 years old, she is an inspiration lives and in their communities, to young and old alike. Herguests This community is serious about have flown from India, Canada, stating active[ Australia, Mexico, England and As a lecturer in the 'Healthy France, as well as from across Living' series at the Julian the USA. Nestled right in our Library, Millan Chessman will community is a health retreat run be speaking on the 'Aging Brain' by Millan Chessman, a pioneer and what you can do to stimulate in the Alternative Health Industry your brain and help prevent for over 30 years. Alzheimer's. Lately Millan's studies have Millan has authored 3 books taken her to the health of the "Cleanse Internally", explains 'aging brain'. With 55 million how 'detoxing' the body, an baby boomers in the USA, the alternative health practice, interest in a healthy brain is removes cancer causing a subject we all want to learn properties to obtain optimal more about. There are presently health, "Vegetarian Delights", 5 million Alzheimer's patients a cook book and "Fast Fat with an expected increase of 25 Flush", which shows how fasting million by year 2025. reverses the aging process and Millan will be speaking at gives people control over eating our Julian Branch Library on unhealthy foods and over food Saturday, May 12th, 2012, at addictions. Millan has also 10:00 A.M. Come and hear her added teaching Zumba aerobics lecture on the brain and see her to her resume! at age 72 years old do her Zumba For those of you not familiar aerobics demonstration! with Zumba, it is the latest In Wildflowers and Art Featured In 2 Town Hall Shows This Weekend Another busy weekend in the Julian Town hall. Starting Wednesday the 12th the annual Julian Wildflower Show will be held, featuring over 100 varities of regional wildflowers. The flowers are hand picked by numerous volunteers from private properties in the local area, including the desert. Since 1926 the Julian Woman's Club has organized the picking and the displays. The show Will be open Wednesday thru Saturday,10 to 4 and is free to the public (a donation is alway accepted) downstairs in the Town Hall. The Wildflower show is alway a pppular event with vistiors and locals alike and has been a town attraction for over 90 years. Starting on Friday the 11th the Julian Arts Gulls will present: 'Art in the Mountains of Julian'. Mother's Day weekend should be all about mothers. The Julian Arts Guild is presenting their annual Mother's Day Weekend show and sale. The theme is called "Mother Earth" - and how appropriate is that? The show takes place at the Julian Town Hall on Friday, May Come Celebrate The River Trail And Park System During The 9 th Annual San Diego River Days May 12 th -20 th Our namesake river that runs through the heart of San Diego is being celebrated over two weekends with the 9th Annual River Days celebration. River Days is hosted by The San Diego River Park Foundation in partnership with more than 30 organizations. 33 events are taking place from Santa Ysabel to Ocean Beach including hikes, bike rides, river cleanups, history tours and much more. There truly is something for everyone during this two weekend celebration. Events are .family friendly and free of charge thanks .to Think Blue San Diego, SDG&E and other sponsors. According to Rob Hutsel, Executive Director of The San Diego River Park Foundation, "River Days is an annual tradition that offers a great way for people to join others in exploring all the river has to offer. There .are also some great ways to give back to the community including the 2nd annual Youth of Day of service, where 1000 people are anticipated to perform 8 different community service projects on Saturday, May 19th. We invite San Diego to come out and join us!" + San Diego River Days is one of the largest watershed events in Southern California and consists of 33 events attended hosted by nearly 30 organizations and public agencies. A new event this year is the Headwaters Discovery Day on May 20th, which will feature a sneak preview of the planned Santa Ysabel Visitor Center For more information about the 33 continued on page 11 11, Saturday May 12 and Sunday, May 13, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. There will be a reception Friday night from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Lots of food and drink will be provided and this will be a great opportunity to meet the artists of Julian. The show will include oil painting, plein aire painting, water colors, acrylics, sculpture, photography, mixed medium art work, jewelry, hand crafted cards and so much more .... What a wonderful way to celebrate Mother's Day. The drive to Julian is so lovely no matter which way you come - so come into town and spend the day, eat at one of our wonderful restaurants, (with pie of course, for dessert), walk around the village and feast your eyes on art work by local artists while shopping for that perfect Mother's Day gift. For more information please go to ' our website www. julianartsguild.org Music on the Mountain A Special Choral Presentation The Julian Library likes .to mix it up when it comes to concerts! This month is no exception. At a special Music on the Mountain event on Tuesday, May 15, at 6:00 pm, the featured "artist" is a 22-person college choir and band from Denton, Texas, /-;,lSed fche Seraphim Choir. This group, led by their music director, Trevor Shaw, and the Wesley Band, is part of the Denton Wesley Foundation's music ministry of the University of North Texas. Clinton Bray will be the accompanist. The choir has traveled extensively, and has performed across the United States, Ireland, and England. The performance at the Julian Library will be a southern gospel program, Gospel Mass, composed by Dr. Robert Ray. Prior to the 30-minute cantata, the students who also play and sing in smaller groups will play original pieces. The Gospel Mass is Dr. Rayls interpretation of two thousand years of liturgical tradition with the more contemporary music of the African-American Church: The composer states: "It is my desire to combine centuries of old traditions of Mass settings with sounds of the contemporary Black Church. The move from Latin to English created new opportunities for composers to express their feelings about the texts of the Ordinary of the Mass. I wanted everyone to experience the sense of joy and celebration' that is generally felt in true African-American worship". Yes, there are some Julian connections to this choir coming from Texas. Cammy Gaston is Campus Minister and Director of the Denton Wesley Foundation located on the UNT Campus. Cammy is also the sister of our librarian, Colleen Baker. While attending SDSU, Cammy also worked summers at Camp Cedar Glen here in Julian, where the choir will be staying. Cammy is right in the midst of her students' lives as they "live out loud" the joys, tragedies, and (hallenges that face them in college. She graduated from San Diego State University with a BA degree and SMU Perkins School of Theology with her Masters' and is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. She is frequently quoted as saying, "1 love my job!" The music director for the Seraphim Choir, Trevor Shaw, is a graduate of the UNT College of Music. He currently serves as Director of Music at Christ United Methodist Church in Farmers Branch, Texas. Trevor is also the "Madonna" by Emil No[de, 1917 gY May 13, 2012 Eagles Athletics Sprin,q Sports - Baseball Wed May 09 home Lutheran 4:00pm Friday May 11 away @ Warner High School 3:30pm Saturday May 12 home River Valley 1:00pro Monday May 14 away @ Calipatria 3:30pm Tuesday May 15 home Maranatha Christian 3;30pm Softball Friday May 11 away + @ Warner High School 3:30pm Track Thursday May. 10 @ El Cajon Valley High School (Southern Confrence Finals) 3:00pm Saturday May. 19 .... @ MT Carmel H.S. (CIF San Diego Section Prelims). 9:00am Saturday May. 26 @ MT Carmel H.S. (CIF Finals) 9:00am Wednesday May 30 Scholatship Night Friday June 1 Graduation - 6pm Editor-in-chief for TFS Music, a Dallas-based music publishing and recording company. He has led the Denton Wesley choir for the past twelve years and they have toured on trips to England, Ireland, California, and Pennsylvania. Please join Us on Tuesday, May 15, at 6:00 pm, for an unforgettable performance of a joyous and celebratory piece of music! The Julian Library is located at 1850 Hwy. 78, Julian. For more information, please contact the library at 760-765- 0370. Chamber of Commerce Business Mixer - Thursday June 7, 5:30pm, at Butterfield Bed & Breakfast ulian en's Club Annual Wild Hewer Shew 10 m -- Icwn Uall I ASSOCIATION May 21, 2012 6:30.8:OO atWynola Pizza's Red Barn Wednesday, .May 16- 8am FREE How To Market Your Business Workshop Juhan Woman's Club