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I ML Valley, Summit, Volume 26 - Issue 40 Wednesday May 18, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Eagl Southern Conference Men's Champions, once again. Senior Ryne Adams has the honor of the shortest time of possessing an Eagles track and field record. Less than 9 minutes. Ryne set a new school triple jump record of 40' 11.5" during Thursday's Conference finals. 8 or so minutes later, Michael Hatch regained his record with a triple jump of 41' 6", a full foot longer than the school record he set at the Jaguar Invitational Track Meet last month. Our Eagles took the men's division with a combined score of 190 points, 35 more than the second place team from Mountain Empire. The Lady Eagles brought home a respectable third place behind Mountain Empire and Foothills Christian. The 2011 Southern Conference On the Men's side, sophomore Brandon Williams was first in the 200 meter sprint with freshman Justin Van Bibber and Derek Julian Weaver sconng points Rousseau finished third and with a sixth place. Senior Seth sixth, respectively, in the 400 Tunnell brought home the Gold adding to the Eagles points total. with a first in the 400-meter Justin Parr and Ben Beatty, with run and the 800-meter run. a fifth and an eighth in the 800 Julian Historical Society Presentation Once, They Built A Railroad San Diego's Railroad Across The Anza-Borrego Desert by Judy Halliburton Please join us as we welcome Author Reena Deutsch, Ph.D. to the Julian Historical Society, Wednesday, May 25, 2011, 7:00 p.m. at 2133 4th Street in Julian. The public is invited to attend. Reena's pictorial presentation encourages you to use your imagination - the year is 1907. San Diego is a town with a population of under 33,000. The country is facing a serious financial crisis. Only steam shovels, wheelbarrows, mules, picks, hand tools, black powder, and dynamite are available for construction. So, what would any reasonable businessman do? Well, if you had been San Diego business leader John Spreckeis, you would have built a railroad of course! Not just any railroad.., a railroad through two countries, over and around mountains, and through a desert. Not just any desert.., a desert that requires slicing through an isolated stretch of cruel landscape with no level terrain for over 10 miles! Reena became interested in the railroad after hiking in the desert and finding railroad tracks "in the middle of nowhere." Come be informed and entertained by viewing 100-year old vintage photographs and hearing about the series of events that took place leading to the construction of 148 miles of tracks, tunnels, bridges and trestles between San Diego and El Centro, CA, via northern Baja, Mexico, and through remote Carrizo Gorge within the Anza- Borrego Desert. The building of this jinxed "Impossible Railroad" pressed forward in the face of the Mexican Revolution, torrential rainfall (The Hatfield Flood), near vertical slopes and World War I. Nonetheless, on November 15, 1919, surrounded by dignitaries and spectators, John D. Spreckels proudly drove the golden spike to connect the SD&A tracks that completed the building of the last link in the southern transcontinental railroad system.Reena's new book will be available for purchase and signing; "San Diego & Arizona Railway; The Impossible Railroad". Refreshments will be served. Track #1 by H "Buddy" Seifert Champions the Julian Eagles Mes Track Team. photo by Joseph Munson pushed the Eagles point total even higher. Michelle Tyndall secured the Lady Eagles first points with a strong third place in the women's 100 meter and Lonna Kelly, Michelle and Tory Beardshear placed third, fourth and sixth in the women's 200 meter dash. the team of Ryne Adams, Colt Anderson, Brandon Williams and Julian Weaver beating the Guajome Park Academy team by less than a second. The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Michael Hatch, Derek Rousseau, Justin Van Bibber and Seth Tunnell ran away with a 6+ second lead Michael hatch reclaiming his school record in the triple jump. photo by Rich Wolf Katelynn Jasper brought the Eagles points with a solid sixth place finish in the 400 meter run and Eden Tunnell brought home the gold with a first place in the 800 meter run. Daniel Smith won the 1600-meter "metric mile" with Ben Beatty and Justin Parr in seventh and eighth for additional points and Daniel also won the 3200-meter with Justin and Ben in fourth and fifth. Hannah Elliot brought home points with an eighth in the women's 100-meter high hurdles and a fourth in the 300-meter low hurdles. In the high hurdles, sophomore Colt Anderson placed with a respectable third place overall and Dustin Jensen finished just out of the points in ninth. In the 300-meter hurdles Dustin Jensen brought home points with a second and Steven Smith was third. The Eagles found gold in the 4 x 100 meter relay with over the second place team from Mountain Empire. Our Lady Eagles found silver in their relays with Lonna Kelly, Michelle Tyndall, Kateiynn Jasper and Sarah Linthicum finishing second in the 4 x 100 relays and Katelynn Jasper, Eden Tunnell, Jasmine Maydeski and Katie Newgard placing second in the 4 x 400 meter relays. in the men's field events, Joey Rocks heaved the 12 pound shot 41' 4" for a first with Brandon Williams chucking the iron 36' 4" for a good third place. In the Discus, Joey brought home another gold with a personal best throw of 120' 1". Brandon Williams placed fifth and senior Giovanny "Gio" Santorumn earned points with an eighth place. Joey has the tools to throw competitively in college and beyond. Colt Anderson scored points for the Eagles in the high jump with a three way tie for third and Ben Beatty scored with a continued on page 9 PoBox0300 00i5111 Jufian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested Permit .o. 30 III ,0....., Ill Ihh,l,,h,hhh,h,l,,h,hl,,hl,lh,,,Ih,,,llh,,hhhl Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 \\; i Your Comments Encouraged For New Political Lines The California Citizens Redistricting Commission is calling for the public to submit their testimony on the drawing of district boundaries no later than May 23rd in order to be considered by the Commission for the first draft of district maps. The Commission was created by California voters to draw state Congressional, Assembly, State Senate and Board of Equalization Districts. The public can submit their testimony online, by fax, mail or at a public hearing. The public is encouraged to present testimony about the community they live in, describing the Ild of people who live the, important issues, community centers and community history. Speaking up about their community is critical to ensuring district lines are drawn to keep their community whole and grouped with nearby communities with similar interests. The Commission would also like to know about communities which do not share common interests which could be placed in another district. Along with census data, publicly submitted comments will be used to assist the Commission when it begins drawing district boundaries. The Commission encourages the public to submit writtentestimony by e-mail at votersfirstact@crc.ca.gov, fax at 916-322-0904 or by mail to the Citizens Redistricting Commission, 1130 K Street, Suite 101, Sacramento, CA 95814. Once the testimony is received it is posted online, given to each of the Commissioners and catalogued by area by the Commission's line drawers. In addition to taking written testimony the Commission is holding public hearings across the state. Hearing dates before the drawing of the first round of draft maps are as follows: Thursday, May 12, 6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m., Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs. Friday, May 13; 6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m., california state university san Marcos, The McMahan House Great Room,' 333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos. Saturday, May 14, 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., Educational Cultural Center, 4343 Oceanview Blvd., San Diego. Thursday, May 19, 6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m., Placer County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 175 Fulweiler Ave., Auburn. Friday, May 20, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Santa Rosa City Council Chambers, 100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa. Saturday, May 21, 2:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m., Oakland City Council Chambers, 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland. Sunday, May 22nd, 2:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m., Salinas City Council Chambers, 200 Lincoln Avenue, Salinas. Monday, May 23rd, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Mayfair Community Center, 2039 Kammerer Avenue, San Jose. The maximum time for each speaker is 2 minutes. Speakers should provide copies for the 14 members of the Commission of documents they are submitting as testimony. Speaker numbers may be obtained one hour prior to the posted time of the hearing. The posted meeting time may not extend more than 2 hours beyond the original closing, subject to venue limitations and speaker demand. No speaker numbers will be given out after the end of the posted meeting time. Due to high speaker demand, it is possible that not all people who have been given numbers will have the opportunity to speak. Please visit the Commission's website at www.wedrawthelines. ca.gov for complete information on the hearings and to access a guide to help you prepare your testimony. Eagles Activitie00 Spring Sports Baseball Wednesday May 18 home Lutheran H. S. 3:00PM Track Saturday May 21 @ MT Carmel H.S. (CIF Preliminaries) 9:00AM Saturday May 28 @ MT Carmel H.S. (CIF Masters) 10:00AM Saturday June 04 @ CIF State Meet Fresno TBA JUHS Scholarship Night May 25 Graduation Friday May 27 May is Older Adults Month The Julian Branch Library will host a program on Wednesday, May 25 at 10 AM about the free services offered by the Aging and Independence Services Division of HHSA. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to hear about FREE services that are offered to people aged 60 and up. If you are a caretaker for someone who is aged 60 or up, you will also learn some much needed information. The program will include an overview of the more than 30 programs and services provided by AIS and other local community resources. Topics include Information Services, Home Based Servtces, Protection and Advocacy, Health Independence and Community Enrichment. Project C.A.R.E. - a community effort to enable frail, older or disabled persons to remain safely in their home will be discussed as will referral services offered by Aging and Independence Services. There will be many handouts including the ElderCare Directory, the Vial of Life, free legal services for seniors and much more. This is a wonderful department that partners with the library to disseminate information to the general public, matches senior volunteers with non-profit agencies needing assistance and has a help line where you can call to get additional information. The toll-free help line is (800) 510-2020..The speaker will be Kathy Holmes-Hardy, who is an outreach coordinator for AIS and is looking forward to coming to Julian. Come, listen, learn and take advantage of the free services offered to the people of San Diego County. Lite refreshments will be served at the beginning of the program. You can also learn who Colleen has scheduled for a valuable follow-up program. Anyone interested in FREE legal continued on page 10 Wednesday, May 18 8am Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant Bring A Raffle Prize ~ Show Off Your Business , t I]llmll|t[],l]IONmill|l[glff IHllllIllIgltlHIllllHIgllgllll ilillilillFJIlll I ]l00illll00[l[|00i[ 11 I :'1' 00'11 IMTll I ill