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Cuyamaca, Sa Valley, Mt. Laguna, R Sunshine Summit, Warner Sp Wynola. Volume 26 - Issue 39 Wednesday May 11, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 ew Julian, CA. 92036 \\;,7 / Permit No. 30 Change Service Requested  ] Julian, CA Ihh,l,,I,,I,I,h,h,l,,I,,I,l,,I,hll,,,,ll,,,,lll,,,hl,hl Small Town Papers rN 217 W Cota St 11 Shelton WA 98584-2263 t# Explore: Geology Of Our Region by Laurel Granquist Would you like to know more about the geology and geography of the State parks surrounding Julian? Then come to a program at the Julian Library on Saturday, May 14 at 1 PM to hear a presentation by retired State Park Ranger, Fred Jee. With a'degree in Physical Geography/Geomorphology and a minor in Earth Science under his belt, Fred Jee began his career with the California State Parks as a State Park Ranger. He trained as a Ranger at the beaches of San Elijo/South Carlsbad and Torrey Pines State Reserve. In 1975, he was assigned a s Park Ranger to Anz'a- Borrego Desert State Park, later becoming Supervising Ranger. During this period, Mr. Jee gave many lectures on geology to the public as well as, he says, "learning much from visiting scientists doing their studies at the park". As a stellar employee with the State Park, he was honored as State Employee of the Year and was the recipient .of the 2002 California on Location Awards. It fit right in with his being a cinema history buff and acting as film liaison for the Anza- Borreg0 State park to the movie industry. If you have been down to Borrego to attend a concert or Anza- Borrego State park program at the Performing Arts Center you would have seen Fred Jee as the master of ceremonies. He began as an actor, then board member and was voted board president of the PAC. During his tenure as a Park Ranger in Borrego, he also became involved as chair of the building committee that oversaw the construction of the lovely Santa Fe style office of the current Chamber of Commerce building. Some time ago, he was named Honorary Mayor of Borregol Obviously, Mr. Jee is committed to making his community the best it can be, along with being dedicated to sharing his earth sciences knowledge with park visitors and now with the Julian library patrons. Fred Jee lives in Borrego with his wife, Louise Jee, who currently works in the Colorado Desert District of California State Parks. "The general geology of this region of San Diego county and Southern California is both complex and fascinating", he explained, when inviting him to come to the Julian library. He has an engaging way of reaching his audience, sprinkled with a good sense of humor. All are welcome to attend. For more information, please call the Julian branch library at 760.765-0370 or drop by at 1850 Highway 78. The Arts and Letters Committee of the Julian Friends of the Library and the San Diego County Library sponsor this program. Fred Jee, to look at the geology of the back country. 'Persistence Pays Off by Mike Van Bibber At long last, the community of Julian has another Eagle Scout. Derek Rousseau, member of Troop 690,sponsored by American Legion Post 468, has reached the pinnacle of Boy Scouting. It has been a long and arduous road, but Derek his made it to his destination. Statistically only one out every two thousand Boy Scouts reach for and achieve the rank of Eagle. Derek has plans to attend college after graduating from Julian High. I want to personally thank everyone in the community for their support Record Catch At LakebyDusty Shorts EaglesRu__nnSOaring,ers Eagles Scoring... Athletics J:': by H "Buddy" Seifert Spr, ng. Sports In the second and final Citrus Baseball . League Track and Field league Thursday May 12 home N /i =-;iZ=: ; meet of the 2011 season, the Vincent Memorial H. S. JUHS track teams showed 1:15PM : their stuff and brought home an Monday May 16 away overall first place for the boys @ Warner High School  squad and a solid second place 3:30PM - for the girls squad. The meet Tuesday May 17 home took place on the Eagles home Warner H. S. 3:30PM track on Thursday, May 5th. Wednesday May 18 home Seth Tunnel brought home first Lutheran H. S. piece medals in the 400 meter 3:00PM and 800 meter runs and with teammates Derek Rousseau, Softball Justin Van Bibber and Michael WednesdayMay 11 away Hatch in the 4 x 400 meter relay. @ Lutheran H. S. The 4 x 100 meter relay team Monday May 16 home of Colt Anderson, Brandon Warner High School Williams, Ryne Adams and Justin 3:30PM Weaver scored another team first in their event. Track Lake CuYamaca, May 3rd: The catfish "Lake Record" was shattered by Jay Blaylock, a local of the Julian area. The old Daniel Smith brought home a Thursday May 12 record was 28 pounds 5ounces. Jay's new record is 32 pounds first place in the 3200 meter run Southern Conference 8 ounces caught on a 6" inch "Huddleston" plastic trout using and a second place in the 1600 Championship a "Dobins" 748 rod with 15 lb fluorocarbon line. The fish meter run. Steven Smith placed Julian High School 3:00PM "smoked" Jay's reel for 50 yards until there was no drag left second in the 300 meter hurdles. Saturday May 21 before he could turn the fish's head. This is a fish that Jay and Ryne Adams was 5th in the @ MT Carmel H.S. (CIF his late father, Butch, were always hoping to catch, and finally 100 meter dash, Julian Weaver Preliminaries) 9:00AM did. A 12 pound 12 ounce rainbow trout was taken just a few was 3rd in the 200 meters. days ago along with numerous 10, 9, and 8 pounders. After Dustin Jensen placed 3rd in the JllHan Hl$1['orlco pictures and weigh-in Jay released the CA T back into the Lake. 110 meter high hurdles. Congratulations to Jay. The Lady Eagles 4 x 400 meter Society relay team of Katelynn Jasper, Wine/Cheese Eden Tunnell, Sarah Linthicum Children's Choir Presents: and Jasmine Maydeski took the And Much More second place medal. The 4 x "Sermon On The Mound", = 400 meter relay team of Lonna Party" Eminent, = Kelly, Sarah Linthicum, Michelle Hey, all you kids out there! The Children's Choir,"ONE ACCORD", Tyndall and Katelynn Jasper took The "Wine/Cheese and from Emmanuel Faith Community Church, Escondido, is returning a in the event. Much More Party" fund raiser, to Hillside Community Church this weekend to present their newest Hannah Elliot was 3rd in the presented by the Julian Historical performance, "SERMON ON THE MOUND". If you love baseball, 300 meter hurdle6 and 5th in the Society, will be held Sunday May you're going to adore this event! 100 meter hurdles. 15th 5pm in the beautiful Blum This Children's Choir, under th.-.direction of Mrs. Lori Smith, is On the Field side of the event, Lodge at Camp Stevens, 1108 comprised of 43 children, all in the 4th through 8th grades, who sing, Joey Rocks threw the 12 pound Highway 78 (Banner Grade) just act, and generally perform as a group, in a very professional manner, shot 40' 4" to clinch first place, two miles from Julian. Each time this Choir has come to Julian, all in attendance not only He also earned a second Besides wine tasting from local enjoyed it, but left filled with enthusiastic joy! Fun, fun and more fun! place in the discus with a 103' 1" vintners, there will be cheeses These kids are terrific[ throw. Joey is in his first year of from France, Denmark, Ireland, This Sunday's performance focuses on the game of baseball and seriously throwing the discus and USA and of course, Blue Stilton its uniform, especially in the way it equatesto the full armor of God: made his throw from the standing from England as well as delicious the bat being the Sword of the Spirit, the glove being the Shield of position, mini croissant sandwiches, Faith, and so on (as described in Ephesians 6:10-17). As always with Joey is going on to Mesa garnishes and desserts! this group, the stage at Hillside will be filled with an amazing array of College after graduation and if There will be a special silent props transforming it into a place of baseball, dugout and all! he continues to develop as he auction featuring donations from Performance time is: Sunday, May 15th, at 10:30 a.m. in the main has this year, he will be throwing Julian Businesses including area of Hillside Community Church, 2517 "C" Street (corner of "3rd" 200+ feet within a year. His stay, cation packages from local & "C" streets). For more information call the church at (760) 765- throws remind this reporter of an B and B's, Gift baskets, Gift 3691. Admission is free. early Gerd Kanter of Estonia, the Certificates, and pleanty of can't We welcome you all: kids, of course, but also mom's, dad's and current Olympic champion, live without items. grown-ups of all sorts (you'll have to leave the pets at home, though!). Brandon Williams placed 3rd There will also be a program So, put on your favorite ball cap and tenni's (no cleats, please) and in the discus and 6th in the shot to update the guests on the join in on the fun. put. Colt Anderson placed 4th in progress of the restoration of the the High Jump. 1924 Cadillac and the Archival Michael Hatch set a personal Committee's various projects. best and a second place in the Tickets can be purchased at long jump with a 20' 1" flight the door or call Judy Halliburton and at 39' was just behind Ryne (760) 765-4736 or Jan Mettles Adams at 39' 10" in the triple (760) 765-0436 for reservations. jump. Michael's triple jump was 18" short of the school record of 40' 6" that he set earlier this season at the Jaguar Invitational Hummingbirds Track Meet in April. Lonna Kelly took a 3rd in the At The Library Discus and a 4th in the Shot put. Hannah Elliot was 4th in the High Tuesday Jump Jasmine Maydesk00 was Evening May 17 2nd and Hannah was 3rd in the triple jump and Tori Beardshear The Friends of the Library t0ok6th in the triple jump. present Brian Kramer and a The Citrus League Track and talk on Hummingbirds. the talk Field Finals will be held next will be based on the book "First Thursday, the 12th at 3:00 PM at Flight" by Don Carroll and Noriko the Julian High School track. Carroll, which is the beautifully ' photographed story of Honey and her two chicks, Ray and Zen. Cuyamaca Fire In over fifty stunning, full-color close-ups, it captures the grace, House Pancake the beauty, and the simultaneous strength and fragility of one of Sign Ups For Sally Snipes Breakfast nature's tiniest birds. Watercolor Class At The Library Professional photographer The Annual Cuyamaca Fire Don Carroll's images of his Sally Snipes will be leading watercolor classes at the Julian Library House Pancake Breakfast and tiny housemates are woven on Saturday, May 21 and Saturday, June 4 from 10 AM to Noon. Raffle will be Sunday May 29 throughout with Noriko's Persons need to register with the library to attend and also need to (Memorial Day Weekend starting charming narrative describing bring theirown supplies. Sally recommends 1241b. watercolor paper, at8am, the mother bird and her which she will have available for sale. Participants must also bring Full breakfast and a raffle are developing brood. Not just for their own paint and paint brushes. You may sign up by stopping in at always a popular holiday event, bird enthusiasts, First Flight is a the library or calling us at (760) 765-0370. More information will be get there before the fisherman magical mix of hummingbird field in helping Derek, and proudlypresent our newest Eagle Scout. forthcoming, do. continued on page 10 Julian Historical Society Presents: ty Wine, Cheese and Much More Par Sunday, Ma!i 15th at Blum Lodge at Camp Stevens- 5pm Bring ARamePrize~shw0ffYurBusiness ,; ,.