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2 The Julian News Art Gallery ,-2168  fitness & toning every Monday & Friday 6pro Town Hall 619.540.7212 Art Gallery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P.O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday, Monday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists "$en, lng the Community of Julian" GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x30 ,ates Open 7 Da ,s 7a.m, to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 closed Sat & Su 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way a8o00765.2601 Fax 765-2797 Garden & Gifts CoO00 7650480 %fh '00lue Heron ',i] Garden Shop & Galoj .,_ U Friday to Monday --b,?._ ,- . 11-4 2116 'ZhirdStreet 2116 Main Street (co kHmg - Upsets) Open Every Day 760 765 0785, Motorcycle Apparel HO/r Leathers, Apparel, Gifts . &Jewelry 2000 Main St. 760-765-2966 on corner of Main & C St. www.julianhogheaven.com Books The Julian BOOK HOUSE,,j Purveyors of superb reading material Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1989 Project Management Loft Ar00er MANAGEMENT CAD/Drafting Building Permits Iroject Coordination  Bookkeeping P.O. 13ox 401 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1.113 i ' Local Banking Communit, l Bankinc . Checking ,, Savings Home Equity ,, Business Banking 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDIC I Rabobank WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed bY our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit "their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for pub/ication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be marled to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 emai/: /etters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office 1453 Hollow Glen Road (gam- 5:00pro Wed-FrO Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue 1,=, First.Class Delivery - $120.00 Mail Subscription To: Julian News P.O.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 |PLEASE PRINTJ NAME: ADDRESS: Contacting The lulian News TELEPHONE: ( ) VISA [ MASTERcARD F1 CREDIT CARl) NUMBER: EXPIRATION DARE: / PAYMENT METHOD CHECK rl MONEY ORDER rl CASH rl SIGNATURE: For information, call (760) 765-2231 Greening The High School by Jennifer Wylie on Saturday April 24th, 2012 from 8am - 1pro the Juliaan High School's Community Service Club sponsored a free electronic waste fundraiser event. This was their first year that they went with Ramona Disposal to have this event. Ramona Disposal came up to the high school and set up cones, signs, and had huge bins for recycling electronic waste. They were amazing, organized, and super efficient when it came to co-hosting this event. All Julian and surrounding local communities were invited to participate in dropping off their unwanted "stuff"o laying around their house, yard, and property. It was and still is a great way (and responsible way to recycle) to get rid of items that you no longer n,eed, are taking up space, and have no use anymore. The main focus is to recycle electronics that are no longer working and that you want to throw away, but to throw it away in the regular4rashis irresponsible and not good for the environment. This event allows community members and local establishments and educational institutions to recycle unwanted and no longer needed items. This is a great cause alnd for the first year ever, the high schooIIETMs community service club was able to be able to raise some funds for the students who participate in community service events. Any and all monies raiised from the electronic waste will benefit the high school seniors who have participated in comrnunity service events throughout their high school career in scholarships. It really is a win win! Thank you Ha=mona Disposal for working with us to make this event great. We saw over one hundred cars and were able to fill almost three huge binswith recycled goods. Wow! That is good for our high school, community, and our earth! Not only did the JUHS Community Service Club do an electronic waste collection that day, but in celebration of Earth Day, the community service club was also able to sponsor and work with an ongoing JUHS beautification project. A number of parents, students, alumni helped Community Service Club advisor Mrs Wylie to knock out the first planter with a thinned out garden of irises, daffodils and rosemary with new members of matilija poppies, blue ceonothuses, read and yellow monkey flowers, distinctive mounding sage, Aulon Beach strawberries, a lovely fhite and gold CA native irises,' iris douglasiana, 'Canyon Snow'i with maroon and gold Aguilegia hybrid columbine ..... did anyone say "SCHOOL COLORS?!" While the e-waste collection was going on, Clint Southcott did a superb job of directing the parking lot traffic, the garden crew finished what has been an ongoing project during the last couple weeks and Saturdays. Seniors, Dustin Jenson, Halley Crow, Katie Newgard, Juniors Scarlett Szymanski, Michele Tyndall, and parents Suzanne Crow , Bruce and Connie Newgard along with JUHS alumni and friend, Justin VanBibber. Prior to the planting,, Community service Club President, Katie Newgard and her parents and their trusty pickup, were able to haul in yards of topsoil, DG an,d amendments to prepare the beds for new plantings for the .CA native plants and thinned out area of rosemary, daffodils and irises. In addition to the Community Service Club efforts with the JUHS beautification project is the Assets program kids and director, Lisa EIkins and even the art st:udents under the direction of Sonja Kodimer.. The other planters cu,rrently becoming ready for herb and kitchen gardens a Japanese style zen garden made up of DG and low maintenance/water Califor,nia Native Plants. This is a big job done w th sweat equ ty prov ded with organic gardening methods so our children have a class act e:nvironment in which to learn. Slow food with a lot of love. There was and still is a lot ofwvork to be done (if you are interested ; in helping us with our continued efforts, you can contact the high school's front office at 760-765-0606 or Mrs. Wylie at 760-765-  0606 x 207 or jwylie@juhsd.or. We needed to take a lot out of the planter - trash, weeds, and over growth; heavy and hot work. ! We dug up a lot of daffodils and irises, and relocated them around campus. This relocation process requires amending and preparing new beds as almost every area around the campus is hard packed  adobe. A benefit of all this hard work was to thin out the rosemary bushes and plant some new beautiful plants that don&ETMt require so much attention - less water, more hearty, and less maintenancee all around, which supply food to the local pollinators. We burned calories, got a good work out and learned something too while enjoying each other's company. Our goal is to try to plant and create something beautiful that will last. We want the students and staff and community members to come to our campus and see something beautiful. It would be amazing to be able to see flowers in bloom, a groomed garden, and just an all around, over all, make over to make our campus much more beautiful and showcase how great our school really is on many levels. We had put down mulch, paper, compost, and plant the flowers and then wood chips. That was a lot of work, but the overall outcome was something to be proud of. We are also putting rocks in and we need your help. We still need mulch, clippings of native plants, rocks, and help with the labor. There was and still is a lot of work to be done (if you are interested in helping us with our continued efforts, you can contact the high school's front office at 760-765-0606 or Mrs. Wylie at 760-765-0606 x 207 or jwylie@juhsd.org). We needed to take a lot of trash out of the planter, weeds, and over growth; heavy and hot work. We dug up a lot of daffodils and irises, and relocated them around campus. This relocation process requires amending and preparing new beds as almost every area around the campus is hard packed adobe. A benefit of all this hard work was to thin out the rosemary bushes and plant some new beautiful plants that don't require so much attention, less water, more hearty, and less maintenance all around, which supply food to the local pollinators. We burned calories, got a good work out and learned something too while enjoying each other's company. Our goal is to try to plant and create something beautiful that will last. We want the students and staff and community members to come to our campus and see something beautiful. It would be amazing to be able to see flowers in bloom, a groomed garden, and just an all around, over all, make over to make our bampus much more beautiful and showcase how great our school really is on many levels. We had put down mulch, paper, compost, and plant the flowers and then wood chips. That was a lot of work, but the overall outcome was something to be proud of. We are also.putting rocks in and we need your help. We still need mulch, clippings of native plants, rocks, and help with the labor. mocks wmc. or nm rou00owmG OD MS? " L T,E)B,  CHOCOLATE (msur, m rrs ccs) i o ]::: , COOKIES May 9, 2012 760 765 4600 NOW OPEN 2724 'B' Street (760)765-2129 "Az the weather heat up - time for a Volcan Freeze, with a little whipp9 f !"  - o course Java Joe COFFEE HOUSE @ Hot & Cold Drink. Good Food" i1921 Main o,a00, 00600-1906 i .... :.::,:.:__:o:L.'..?:L:Y:oo-=L:.::.o:::?r:;: ......  " . : o :di?'",  .o: : :o:: . ,: L .00oOL E R S 1 - ''t DONNA LORD , 00tq760) 484-3294  "1 can d it" "thrugh Chdst wh strengths me ~ Phil 4:13 I Jj00, ISSN 1937-8416 ", Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Michael Hart .................................. 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