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May 18, 2011 OLA00 0||T W||rxn00 Mv=€ 00vDiL|00 , SATURDAY JUNE4, 2011 7 PM , RIC|ARD| ||LIDA OAIL fie TUM|L|| TUM|LIW||D| TOM |L00TT | fII |U!DOW! A Benefit Concert for Wieghorst Educational Programs General Admission $25 Reserved Seats $50 (Includes VIP Reception) PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 900 RANCHO SAN DIEGO PARKWAY €00YAMA|A ||LL|O| EL |£|1, CA I00or and More Info Call 619-590-3431l Tickets Nq Open 00Sundays Washington Street 760-765- ! 2 i Mon-Fr! 8:30 to 5:00 and Sat 9:00 to 5:00 Sunday I 0 to 4 II POPE TREE SERVICE rr All Your Tree Servnce Needs Commercial Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. State License #7o4192 Fully Insured for Your Protection Workers Comp. 7-765"06 Unique and (3 d I ashioned • Collectibles • Gifts • Local Music • • Wall Art • Candles • Soaps • in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 Services For Robert D. Polin 1943-2011 Bob was born in San Francisco, Ca on August 27, 1943. He grew up in Sonoma, Ca. He did live in Australia for two years. Bob graduated from Tracy High School in Sonoma. Shortly after high school, Bob joined the Navy. He retired from the Navy in 1984. I first met Bob in 1982. He owned a house in the Kentwood II area. He would come to Julian when he could. He made Julian his home in 1984. He loved this area. (The mountains, the desert, and San Diego County in general), It was my good fortune to have known Bob. Over the years we attended numerous concerts and traveled to Las Vegas and most of San Diego county. We always had a great time. Bob was outspoken, outgoing and loved a good time. His heart was as big as all of the outdoors that he loved. The photo was taken at a Grateful Dead Concert in Henderson, Nevada. As you can see Bob was having a really Good Time. I and many others will miss him. His Father (Packard) and his brothers (Packard and James) will be at Bob's memorial service at Haven of Rest Cemetary in Julian, May 21, 2011 1:30 P.M. G.D, Sanner Thoughts by Michele Harvey You Are My Blessing This cclumn could be about a mushy greeting card, but it isn't. Through the years I ve written a number of columns about helping each other. Recently I've written several columns about ways we can help each other through the recession. One of the results of these columns is that I'm getting very aware of people in my life who are truly my blessings. After reading my column about colitis, Patty came to my store to discuss ways to keep my colitis at bay. We had a nice talk about that and a few other things, and because she wanted to help me, Patty is one of my blessings. I've known Becky for probably ten years. She was a customer of mine when I worked at a local jewelry store. When I bought Julian Yesteryears, she found me and has found me each time l've moved my store location. Now Becky is a weekly customer of Mountain Beadworks. She drives over thirty minutes to do her beading projects. Becky has a real talent for beading. Now that business is so slow; Becky buys something from my store nearly every time she comes to Wynola. She is a good friend and wants to help me in a tangible way. One day I told her that she is a blessing for me. A few weeks and several hugs later, Becky told me that I am her blessing. That comment coming from Becky certainly improved my day. My friend Linda has always been really healthy and positive. However, in December of 2008, she found outthat she has lung cancer. Linda has been incredibly positive and upbeat these past 2 ½ years just as she was before finding out that she has cancer. It's how The Julian News 5 ELECTRONIC 0000AS'I"E COLLECTION EVENT the Julian High School Commonity Service Club Advisor  (760)-765-0606 x 207. For more infornlation on what can and cannot be recycled, please contact Justilt l..auter at An'ow Metal Recycling at (619)-827-6535 or email lanterjustin@anowmalrecyeling.com Dld Yotl Know...? • Electronic discards are one of the fastest growing segments of our nation's waste stream. • 56% of American households have functional e-products that they will no longer use. • Less than I0% of E-Waste is currently being properly dismantled or recycled. • 70% of heavy metals and 40% of lead and mercury contents found in today's landfills come from E-Waste. za is E-ase? E-Waste is defined as any consumer electronic equipment that has reached its "end-of-life, end- otZusage'" - whether in lull or non-working condition. Most electronics or electronic equipments with a crd or circuit board such e,s: Televisions. Pomona] computers (CPU, monitors, keyboards, mouse, and peripherals), CD players, Copiers, Duplicators. Electric typewriters. Fax ntachthes, Hard drives, Laptops, Mainframe computers, Modents, Microwave ovens, Printers, Printed circuit boards, Radios, Remote controls, Stereos, Tape players, Telephones, and telephone equipment, Testing equipment. Transpantncy makers, Uninterruptible power supplies, VCR.s, and Word processlrs, Answering machines, Camcorders can be recycled properly with E-Waste. We also take all materials ranging from fibe> to gold! For example, Cardboard, Thank You for Helping Our Com:uty ff W Dispose Of Our E-Waste Properly.  bl she has recently begun digital creations. Last year Linda allowed The Julian News to publish her essay on why she likes having cancer. Look for it on her blog http://halfraven.blogspot.com/2011/05/only- art3-projects.htm . Linda is one of my blessings. Sometimes we are blessed by what we receive and sometimes we are blessed by what we can give. I remember reading an article in Reader's Digest many years ago that really touched me. The article was about the importance of receiving gracefully. When receiving a gift of any kind, don't tell the giver "You shouldn't have." It makes them feel that their gift to you isn't important or worth anything to you. Instead, thank that person gracefully. Most people are good at giving. Giving and doing for others gives us a sense of self worth because we feel like we've improved someone else's life in some way. Giving that person a gift that was really wanted or needed, making a meal and delivering it to a sick person, giving a needed hug are all ways that make us feel better about our selves because we've gven someone a loving gift. It's just as important to let someone else feel good by thanking them when " they give us a gift. Caring goes both ways. Feeling good about a gift should benefit the giver and the receiver. am blessed in many ways and give myself time each day to think of my blessings. I have children who like me. I have grand babies whose faces light up when they hear my voice. I have a husband who truly cares for me and demonstrates his appreciation of me daily. He also acknowledges my love for him in how he smiles at me. Though most of my blessings are the people I know; I am also blessed by living where I want to]ive. I feel blessed when I see thelar, that growJn yyard, [fle.b rds that come to my feeders and the watering trays. I am blessed to have cats that like me and am blessed because I have enough to eat every day and my house protects me from every kind of weather. You, my readers are my blessings. Some of you tell me that a column of mine touched you. Every time someone thanks me for my columns, they are telling me that my writings are worth while. Most of my life, well back into my childhood, I wanted to write and get published. Mike, and The Julian News have given me a platform, and all who read and enjoy my columns give me reasons to write more. I'm really enjoying myself! I try to write positive columns. It's important for all of us to be as positive as we can be. It helps us get through bad days and our smiles help others make it through what may be horrible days for them. I've been told this and I fully believe it. Okay, this column was kind of like a mushy greeting card. These are my thoughts. she lives her life. Though Linda is a talented singer and songwriter, she hasn't had the mental or physical energy to continue her writing HOW and performing. Instead of giving up, she simply switched to a new art form. She now draws paints with acrylics, works with collage and AC0EPTM C.aURNIA; Bees At The Bakery WlC Groceries Beer . Dry Cleaning Produce. Sundries • Liquor Lotto. Scratchers • Full Service "Best in the Col /" Meat Department • II.S.D.A. Choice Bee[ • Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Ct to youi" Specifications OPEN DAILY 61a.m. ro 8p.n. 2011 Rattlesnake AvoidanceClinic The San Diego Sporting Dog (lub is conducting it's 2011 Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic on Saturday, June 4th at High On Kennels in Santa Ysabel. The cost is for non-members, $75 per dog. If yOL your cost is $55 per dog. Experienced Rattlesnake Avoidan c€ conditions conduct both events. Th handlers and the snakes is our utmost the event organizers aggressive dogs or Puppies are in general too young be at least 10 months old to complete more time than others so if you have so we can make sure it's the right tim For more information and to sign up Doming|s, Secretary, San Diego S RandyDomingos@sandiegosportingd or Joe Artes, President, San Diego 65 per dog for club members, can stay all day and volunteer professionals under controlled safety of your dog, the dog concern, so at the discretion of will not be trained. Your Puppy  learn the lesson and need to he course. Some breeds need young dog please contact us to train your dog. for the events contact: Randy porting Dog Club via EmaU: )gclub.org or 619-895-8608 Sporting Dog Club via Email: JArtes@sandiegosportingdogclub.org or (619) 933-2322. Rattlesnake avoidance training can help our dog learn that the smell, sound, and sight of a rattlesnake are dangerous and are to be avoided. This specific training with rattlesnakes is effective and we believe it has saved many dogs. Your dog's safety is our first concern and rattlesnake avoidance training will help to keep your pet safe. continued on page 8 On Thursday, May 12, Apple Alley Bakery had to take advantage of local naturalist and bee removal specialist Josh Grant as a football sized bee hive wets discovered in one of the Apple trees on the outside patio. Little Italy To Hear From Julian's Own Delynn Ketcherside The 18th annual Sicilian Festival in Little Italy will feature Julian's own Delynn Ketcherside, opera soprano. Delynn will be featured on the Main Stage at the Sicilian Festival on May 22nd at 11:45 a.m. and again at 12:45 p.m. at Grape and India streets. The Festival begins at 10 a.m. and goes on'until 6 p.m. in the heart of San Diego's Little Italy. Delynn will be joined in the musical festivities by Silvia Hartman on the piano, Jim Bianchi on the piano. Sicilian opera tenor Rosario Monetti will be singing Italian folk songs and modern romance songs. Admission is free and it includes the Sicilian Cultural Pavilion, Sicilian Cuisine, and Ethnic Entertainment on Four Stages, FREE Children's Rides and Entertainment, Beer & Wine Tent, Art, History, & Heritage of the Sicilian American Families of Little Italy. This will be a day with lots of food and tons of fun. For more information and driving directions, click on www.sicilianfestival.org