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May 20, 2015 I i, I ] I I, I ml I i I i I I I i, I i, I i, I i, I it I II I i. I " I II I II I " " Julian Meals on the Go " '" Are you interested in helping '" g I, I gl ., our homebound neighborsP ., I ,I i I ., Here's your chance! . i el g I! The Julian Meals on the 60 program celebrated its' first anniversary on ,m I " May 5. We deliver meals to homebound seniors three days a week - I " Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The meals are prepared in Ramona and I l| I II delivered to the Methodist Church here in ]ulian. I " We need more volunteer drivers to pick up the meals from the church | . and deliver to the seniors on their route, I " I " We need volunteer drivers! . l II l II For more information, please contact I " I " =, Rev. Cindy Amtson at 760-765-0114 I it | II luliam Meals on the ao is sponsored by i " 5'an Diego Count" "s Aging and Independent Services, i " and is supported by the Ramona Senior Center. [ It [ .]tdian " I " I " I " I Is I " [ U [ II [ II I l| I u 1 II I II I II I II I I I  [ II I i [ ! [ i* I II l II I II WE ACCEPT WOMN, INFANTS & CHILOREN Groceries Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County"Meat Department II.S.D.A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAllY 6a.m. T0 8p.m. .... it' i i ......................... i::  :: i Bill Pay Phone & Utilities "WE SUPPORT JULIAN ATHLETICS" @ JCFPD CERT Presents Emergency Medical Treatment Thursday, May 28, from 6-8 In The Julian Library Community Room Do you know what to do and how to help a loved one in the event of an unexpected life threatening event such as trauma, heart attack, stroke, fall or burn? Karen Kiefer is JCFPD's senior Firefighter- Paramedic and she will be this month's instructor for JCFPD CERT's Community Outreach Program. She will discuss the three main "killers": shock, bleeding and airway obstruction. Karen has been a Paramedic for 18 years and has taught the CPR/ AED class on numerous occasions. She has saved the lives of Julian residents and is a well respected and liked member of the Julian/ Cuyamaca community. Her teaching style is lecture plus practice and presented in an entertaining way that everyone will understand. You will learn simple yet effective life-saving techniques that can be used at home, on the trail, in the car or wherever an accident happens. Bring your family and join us for an interesting and educational evening. Any questions, contact certjcfpd@gmail.com or visit http://www.jcfpd-cert.org/ Getting The Word Out About The Dance The sons of the american legion are all in this year for the Julian dance and back country barbeque. Thanks to an anonymous believer in the cause this billboard can be seen on the southbound 67freeway in Lakeside. Do you think we'll get their attention? The Julian News 3 LAKE CUYAMACA V0L , PANCAKE BREAKFAST I00ffMDBAISEI Sunday May 24, 2015 8AM- 1PM JCFPD STATION 57 34560 ENGINEERS RD. JULIAN, CA 92036 Pancakes, Eggs, Sausage and all the fixings Raffle Prizes: $500, $300, $200, & $100 , , -,-- o DONATIONS WELCOME AII proceeds go back into the fire department for / equipment and training. i,;o!. Lae CuacaVolunteerire Compa ,, Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District SATURDAY MAY 23 at 9 AM The JULIAN PIONEER MUSEUM SALE (Lots of local yummies!) Also other Treats: -PLANT SALE-Native and mountain friendly plants and trees (nurtured w/TLC) -PIONEEER MUSEUM-take a look at Julian History and treasures! **All proceeds BENEFIT the Julian Pioneer Museum For further info or make a donation call Lisa at 760-765-0158 Hope to see you there!! 9 AM Saturday May 23th Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught. -- Oscar Wilde *:g:g Garden Tour Preview #3 Tickets are now on sale for the 3rd Annual Julian Garden Tour benefiting the Julian Elementary Farm to School Program. Get your tickets today for just $20 at the Julian Town Hall Chamber of Commerce or the Julian Elementary School. The tour runs from 8am to 2pm and you can take it at your own pace, just like the Taste of Julian. Here's just one of the gardens you'll get to tour: Down the Road Farm is a chemical free, sustainable micro-farm. Their small, year round Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program provides weekly bags 4 of truly seasonal produce to local residents. This program encourages the farm to grow as many crops as possible on the small piece of land available. It's the exact opposite of today's industrial system. The Farm keeps truly free range chickens, several types of ducks, rabbits and pastured quail. Please inquire about CSA memberships, gardening classes, plant starts, cut flowers, herbs, and other farm products. You can follow them at http://www.facebook. com/pages/Down-The- Road- Farm/208212186035944 i j