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May 18, 2011 (760) 765 0192 OPE RTIEs We have our own private parking lot behind the office... e.tra.00e off'C' Street C O R N E R AIN www.j u li an-p ro p erti es. co m TREET Graded Pad Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 9 The Julian News NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97 wooded acres in Pine Hills. Much attention to details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with large center isle and Granite counter tops, large front yard, double attached garage and views! $760,000 WOODED MOUNTAIN HOME with 2 bedrooms, open floor plan, decks, many mature trees, garage, large shed and an extra .25 acre lot. Would make a great weekend hideaway or retirement home. Seller motivated. Priced to sell at $215,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: Julian Track continued from page I Seth Tunnel anchoring the winning 4x400 relay photo by Joseph Munson seventh. Michael Hatch took another gold in the long jump with a flight of 19' 11". Ryne Adams brought home the bronze with a third place jump of 18' 8". Lonna Kelly scored points with a fifth in the women's shot put and took the gold with a 91' 1" discus throw. Katie Newgard placed fifth. In the high jump Hannah Elliot was fourth with Kjell Reeve picking up points in seventh place. Tori Beadshear and Kjell Reeve earned points for their team with a sixth and an eighth in the long jump. Jasmine Maydeski and Hannah Elliot placed second and third in the triple jump with Tori Beardshear scoring points with a sixth place. Your Eagles had a fine track season; a little cold and windy at times but they gave it all they had. Next week, the San Diego sectional finals begin at Mt. Carmel High's Track and your Eagles will be well represented. More on that meet next week. Southern Conference Championships Boys - 400 Relay: Julian 46.25; 1600: Smith (Julian) 4:58.55; 110: Tinker (MtEmp) 15.50; 400: S. Tunnell (Julian) 52.79; 100: Pallisco (St Joe) 11.39; 800: S. Tunnell (Julian) 2:13,76; 300 Hurdles: Tinker (MtEmp) 44.50; 200: Williams (Julian) 23.30; 3200: Smith (Julian) 10:51.25; 1600 Relay: Julian 3:42.22; Shot Put: Rocks (Julian) 41-04; Discus: Rocks (Julian) 120-01; High Jump: Moermond (MtEmp) 5-08; Long Jump: Hatch (Julian) 19-11; Triple Jump: Hatch (Julian) 41-06. Girls - 400 Relay: Foothills Christian 54.02; 1600: Lewis (MtEmp) 6:27.25; 100 Hurdles: Johnson (GP) 17.56; 400: Epperson (MtEmp) 1:01.50; 100: Tarver (FC) 12.27; 800: E. Tunnell (Julian) 2:40.03; 300 Hurdles: Gonzales (Calvary) 50.33; 200: Gonzales (Calvary) 27.65; 3200: Zertuce (MtEmp) 14:09.85; 1600 Relay: Mountain Empire 4:26.75; Shot Put: Lavin (MtEmp) 30-00; Discus: Lonna (Julian) 91-01; High Jump: Epperson (MtEmp)4-10; Long Jump: Tarver (FC) 15-09; Triple Jump: Epperson (MtEmp) 31-01. GREAT OPPORTUNITY! 2Bedroom/2Bath Home on .42 Acres with an additional .62 Acre Lot across the street (1.08 combined acres). Newer Home Built in 2005! Great Horse Property! Great Views! A MUST SEE! Reduced! $332,000 .62 ACRE VIEW LOT located in the Kentwood In the Pines Unit #2 Subdivision of Julian. There are beautiful views to Palomar Mountain, Salton Sea, and Volcan Mountain. Great opportunity to own land and build your dream home! PricedRight at $49,000 AWARD-WINNING contemporary country, design featuring a peaceful, open view of a mountain meadow and pond. Three bedroom, open-beam ceilings, mahogany details, custom windows and lighting. Scenic 9.6 acres with mature oaks. Truly a exquisite, unique and private property. $1,150,000 WYNOLA ESTATES RANCH HOME! Large and Spacious Living Quarters. 3Bedroom/3BathHome with an attached 1Bedroom/1Bath 508 Sq.Ft. Guest Quarters. Surrounded by Oaks and Manzanita trees on 2,5 Acres. Definitely a Great Opportunity! Big Reduction- $389,000 Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Melo-de Savage, RealtorAssodate email: ] Randy Burke, Dana Pettersen and Jake Cirillo Julian Jr. High's Club Live Chapter Creates Opportunities For Youth Development by Dana: Pettersen,Advisor-Club Live On March 5th and 6th, eight students from the Junior High and two 6th grade students from Julian Elementary attended Club Live's annual Spring Camp. There were 10 middle schools attending this year with over 126 kids, student counselors, advisors, and staff. This year's theme was "SURVIVOR: Outfront, Outloud, Outdo" at Camp Cuyamaca. Family groups were formed, and workshops were offered such as "1 Impact People", "100% Natural High," and Bullying strategies. Free time activities included crafts, rock climbing, basketball and volleyball, and numerous games. There was a fashion and talent show, cake eating contest, Twinkle awards and on Saturday evening, there was a fantastic dance with lights and Club Live's D J, Sal. A candlelight ceremony was held depicting how one person can indeed ignite a change. Closing ceremonies with advisor and student reflections topped off a week-end of new friends, great experiences and good food! After school on Friday, March 25th, a slide show assembly entitled "100% Natural High" with a presentation and a dance was held at the Jr. High in the Wolfden led by Club Live advisors from San Diego. The motto was showing students that you do not have to become "high" off a substance, but through a sport or hobby you love doing! Over 70 students attended and it was a big hit! "Club Live's camp this year "Survivor" empowered students to be a voice, a leader, and to make a difference at their school, and in their community. To show students that they have a choice in becoming the best they can be by setting an example with their peers and with themselves. " It made a difference for me", said 8th grader Audriana Lepe. " I felt like I wasn't the only one in San Diego that wanted the best for my school and for myself. I met a lot of people who were different than me, and I learned that we also had a lot in common. The number one goal on our list, was not to look at the differences that can happen.., but to be the difference! My future goal with Club live is to be involved with the High School program Friday Night Live and to encourage more students to lift their voice and become involved." On Friday, May 6th, San Diego County held its Excellence in continued on page 13 f and country Two bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tons of upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. $287,000 AVAILABLE LAND NICE ONE-ACRE SITE -- in the high desert community of Shelter Valley. 20 minutes from Julian andBorrego, onLastDollarTrail. Pricedat$22,000 ANOTHER 1 ACRE SITE in Shelter Valley on Surrey Trail. The property is fenced. Nice view of the mountains. Priced at $22,000 FANTASTIC VIEWS -- even to the ocean on a clear day - from this 4.32 Acre parcel on North Peak in gated community. Survey and Septic layout completed. Priced at $125,000 CHOICE WOODED PARCEL -- in Julian Estates 4.24 Acres at the end of East Incense Cedar Rd. with easy access off cul-de-sac. Underground power and phone.. Price Reduced to $1', [,000 SPECTACULAR VIEWS! -- From this 4.7 Acre parcel, also in Julian Estates gated community. Good well, perc tests are completed. Very private. Priced at $275,000 Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: 00Colleen:Baker Honored ....... ?':: By The County Library by Martie Perkins Julian's own San Diego County Librarian, Colleen Baker, of the Julian Branch Library, was honored on Wednesday, May 11, by Library Director Jose Aponte. Colleen was attending the quarterly Library Regional Meeting at the administrative offices in San Diego along with other supervisors and managers when she was surprised by receiving the Four Corners of the Foundation Award. This ,s a County recognition for employees who provide an invaluable contribution to the organization, and are considered the corners of the foundation that supports SDCL. She recevied a certificate mounted in a leather diploma holder, as well as a letter of commendation from Director Aponte and a cash bonus. The certificate reads "San Diego County Library Four Corners of the Foundation Award presented to Colleen Baker for Outstanding Internal Customer Service. You helped transform the Julian Library into a cultural hub, setting high expectations and empowering staff to do their very best. You serve as a trusted resource to staff regarding County protocol. Your commitment to excellence has formed a tight-knit team that is focused and dedicated to the mission of San Diego County Library". The certificate is dated May 11, 2011, and signed by Jose Aponte, Library Director. The accompanying letter reads: "The purpose of this letter is to formally and publicly commend you for your outstanding customer service to library staff. Colleen, you have successfully transformed the Julian Library into the cultural hub of the community. You are well-versed in County policy and protocol, and serve as an excellent resource for staff. From the moment you walked into the Julian Branch, you made a commitment to excellence and helped form a team that is tight-knit, focused, and dedicated to the mission of SDCL. You set high standards for staff that they consistently exceed with your support and guidance as you empower them to do their very best. In doing so, you have made a significant contribution to the mission of the San Diego County Library and the citizens of the County of San Diego. Your excellent service is an inspiration to the rest of us and an example to which we can aspire. Please accept our sincere thanks in helping the San Diego County Library become a world-class library". We all know what a treasure our Julian Library is, and that it is our excellent staff which help to make it such a special place in our community. Colleen knows that she is respected and well liked by her staff, by the library volunteers, and by our library patrons. It is rewarding and heart-warming for her to be recognized and honored by her employer, the County of San Diego and Library Director Jose Aponte. Congratulations, Colleen! !, . , ;ll i!ii!IEIlI!M[/MMIIN