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Easy aesess to County minfaied road ................ $ 6,900 ,#9 Acre  Terrific all usable level to geafle lot with approved septic layout for Z lied Room reside,on. Malofastured home 01L Water shares to convey. urvey complute. All utilities available ..................... Price dueed to $/r$,000 Julian Liom lub Presets A Fuad-00aisi00j Ewwi" for Lions lub Activities IN J I gaturday May 1 Rh So.day May 16th ZOI 0 1 l:OOam - 00:OOpm Aft Activities in the Rabobank Parking Lot on Main Street 1 Classic Cars On Display Once Again The Julian Classic Motoring Show returns on Sunday, May 23, 2010, at Julian's Menghini Winery from 10am to 3pm. Since the inaugural event in 2005, the Julian Classic Motoring Show, continues to offer motoring enthusiasts the perfect venue to showcase their love for motor vehicles. The 2010 edition of the Julian Classic Motoring Show will feature the finest of motor racing and concourse vehicles amid the beautiful backdrop of Volcan Mountain. Surrounded by Julian's signature fruit orchards, the Menghini Winery offers motoring enthusiasts a one of a kind experience featuring fine cars, savory foods, live entertainment and a host of sight seeing adventures within the historic mining area of Julian. Set amidst the historic apple orchards at the foot of Volcan Mountain on the grounds of the winery, an eclectic mixture of vintage sports and racing cars, classic touring cars and vintage motorcycles are invited to exhibit in the show. The theme this year is "HOME GROWN RACERS and MOTORCYCLES" featuring cars and motors either constructed or raced in the San Diego area over the years. This year's event is being held to benefit two local organizations: The Julian Community Health Foundation in their quest to build a new modern clinic for our community, and the Julian chapter of C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team) a local level program developed by the Department of Homeland Security. Owners of classic touring and vintage sports cars and motors or "Special Interest" cars who would like to display their treasures should download an Entry Form from www. julianclassicmotoringshow.com or call the Julian Chamber of Commerce at (760) 765-1857 for more information. There are a great number of Kiki Skagen Harris, who has been writing a the "Back In The Day" column for this newspaper, came out of retirement from the U.S. State Department to serve in Iraq in 2006 as the Leader of a Provincial Reconstruction Team. This is one of a series of vignettes about daily life on a US military base Kiki wrote while she was in Baquba, Iraq. This is the final installment in the series, presented in diary form. Life During War Time by Kiki Skagen-Harris January 2007 - It is time to leave the land of night helicopters. To back away from the edge of chaos. To go home where there are only fake HMMVs. This is a difficult war because there is no clear cut enemy. The person who is your enemy today may be your friend tomorrow, and it is more important in many cases and in the long run to have the friend than kill the enemy. It's a confusing war. It is a quintessentially Middle Eastern War and we Americans are having difficulty with that. I was, perhaps, rude to Senator Kerry when he asked me what the solution was. "1 can't tell you the solution in a sound-bite," I replied. Kerry wasn't happy because....well...he wanted a sound bite. But it's true. I don't have a solution in twenty five words or less and neither does anyone else. I can talk through problems and come up with ideas, but there is no easy solution. Perhaps that bears repeating. There is no easy solution to this war. In our Province we fight the Sunni insurgents. Many of them are fighting us because we fight alongside the Iraqi Army and Iraqi Police. The IA and IP here in Diyala are not the solution but part of the problem. They have run death squads against the Sunni, arrested and tortured innocent people, and are still highly sectarian. And if you are a Sunni and you can't look to the police or the army for protection, what do you do? The Sunni tell us they are against Iran's taking over Iraq. They point to the Shia ties with Iran. They say they are our natural allies. They are. Nawar, who works with us out in the city, is Shia. She and her family have been forced to leave their house, leave the city. We don't know where they are and she hasn't even turned in her December timecard. The Shia point to decades of Sunni domination and say that, in a democracy, they want their rights. We support that. They say the Sunni still want to dominate. They probably are right. The Sunnis now want us to stay. They say if we leave there will be a blood bath. They are probably right. There is good and bad on both sides. There are no easy answers and we are throwing young Americans into the angry jaws of war while we try to figure out what to do. What I do know is that things are not getting better in Baquba, they are getting worse, for us and for the Iraqis and that almost all of us, Americans and Iraqis, decent people all of us, want peace, not war. But we don't know how to get from where we are now to whatever it is that "peace" means to each of us. All we know is that there are no easy solutions. And if things and helicopters fly as they should by next week I shall be in India. I no longer believe I can make a difference here and it is time to go. FINAL NOTE: Things became much worse in Baquba in the course of 2007. In December, 2006 Mohamed's younger brother was assassinated and the family left Baquba for Khanaquin. Several more Provincial Council members were killed. The Dean of Diyala University fled under pressure from the police and army (he was Sunni) and now lives in Sulamaniyah. Many others fled, some were arrested. After the Surge things improved substantially, but they are still not good. But "good" is relative and the Iraqis with whom I correspond perceive a real change for the better. activities planned including a vintage rally from the center of town out to the winery through the winding roads of Julian, so reminiscent of the roads used in the historic Mille Miglia a half a century ago in Italy! Come and display your treasure, meet our .honored guest, pre eminent motor journalist and past editor of Road & Track Magazine, Mr. Allan Girdler, or just walk amongst the exhibits and enjoy our special kind of mountain hospitality. Since the inaugural event in 2005, the Julian Classic Motoring Show, continues to offer motoring enthusiasts the perfect venue to showcase their love for motor vehicles. The 2010 edition of the Julian Classic Motoring Show will feature the finest of motor racing and concourse vehicles amid the beautiful backdrop of Volcan Mountain. Surrounded by Julian's signature fruit orchards, the Menghini Winery offers motoring enthusiasts a one of a kind experience featuring fine cars, savory foods, live entertainment and a host of sight seeing adventures within the historic mining area of Julian.