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May 26, 2010 Woman's Club to Host Apple Blossom Tea Tasting Event for Novices and Aficionados Alike on June 11 The Julian Woman;s Club will host the annual Apple Blossom Tea on Friday, June 11, offering a formal English tea serving with sandwiches and sweet pastries, varietal tea sampling, and information on the proper way to brew and enjoy your favorite tea flavors. The event will include opportunities to win themed gift baskets, as well. Attendees have the choice of two seating times: 11:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. The club suggests a donation of'$24 per person and all proceeds benefit local charities supported by the Julian Woman's Club. Tea has grown in popularity to become the most consumed beverage in the world behind water, according to event chairwoman Edie Seger, owner of Julian Tea & Cottage Arts in downtown Julian. Tea is also thought to be good for your health. According to the Tea Association of the USA, tea contains flavonoids, naturally occurring compounds that are believed to have antioxidant properties. Antioxidants work to neutralize free radicals, which scientists believe, over ,LUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT At the Cuyamaca Fire Station Hwy 79 and Engineers Road Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs, Juice & Coffee RAFFLE TICKETS WILL BE'ON SALE AT THE " STATION AT $1 PER TICKET PRIZES WILL BE :$500, $300, $200, $100 CASH Small, Beginning Hands on instruction land Advanced Classes "Y" '"'" by doi.,,,, Hand T001 Use, Now Forming Maintenance, Open to everyone over 16 Sharpening  Intensive Weekend Programs 'i One-On-One Instruction Available  Callglse descriptions, schedules and costs 76tOsses2dlatJ.tialo7li 11 time, damage elements in the body and contribute to chronic disease. The Apple Blossom Tea will be held at the historic Julian Woman's Club cottage at 2607 C Street in downtown Julian. To RSVP, call Rose Mary Gossman at (760) 765-4853. The Julian Woman's Club was founded in 1926 as a chapter of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, a national non- profit organization dedicated to promoting education, literacy, citizenship, conservation, health, crime prevention, arts, and international understanding. In 2008, the Julian Woman's Club received the Gold Volunteer Service Award from the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation for contributing 6,706 hours of volunteer work in the community. The award, personally signed by President Barrack Obama, is the highest honor issued by the national council. In addition to volunteer hours, the 63 members of the Woman's Club organized more than 50 community enhancement projects and donated more than $6,000 to charitable initiatives last year. Methodist Church Fundraiser POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial& ,76o Monday -- Friday 8 am - 6 pm Saturday 8 mn - 6 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm BI,I 8PBC00 D&Y & WINE NOW HEBZ 760 765 3200 The Jufian News 3 Hosted At Wynola Pizza Express Wynola Pizza Express will host a "Community United Methodist Church of Julian Night," Thursday, June 10, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The restaurant will automatically donate 25% of the cost of your meal (except wine & beer) to the church outreach ministries fund. Lincoln Deming PoSt 468  Sons of the American Legion Presents Barbeque Food, Soft Drinks, Beer and Wine at Sold Separately Tickets Sold at the American Legion Post, 2503 Washington Street, Julian, CA. information: 760. 752. 5050 The entire community of Julian is " ,,,1 ll= invited, service and community p . __  Outreach Team of CUMCJ eight United Methodist Churches designates specific organizations throughout San Diego and to support. This year the team is Imperial Counties. Since it was helping three worthy non-profits: established, Metro has been a Mountain Manna is the Julian vehicle for churches to reach the J'U L ! A N A R T S G i, 11, D ministry, sponsored and directed by CUMCJ members, that provides assistance to people who need supplemental food. It reaches many families and single folks who otherwise will go hungry several days every month, because their paycheck or other assistance does not stretch far enough to cover all their expenses. Mountain Manna meets at CUMCJ, located at Highway 78 near Pine Hills Road, the third Friday of each month to bag the food, and then the following morning distributes the food. The budget for Mountain Manna comes entirely from donations and grants. It is not part of the general church budget. If you would like to volunteer or find out more about Mountain Manna, call the church office, 765-0114. Plant With Purpose, a San Diego faith-based nonprofit organization, reverses deforestation and poverty in the world by transforming the' lives of the rural poor. It's motto is Healing the Land and it's People. Through the Tropical Reforestation Fund, the staff works closely with indigenous communities, encouraging them to plant trees, develop community tree nurseries, and practice sustainable forest management. To date, well over 411,117,433 trees have been planted. Plant With Purpose is active in the poorest countries of the world, including Haiti, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Tanzania. Staff members also teach community development and innovative agriculture and forestry. The organization offers micro-enterprise credit--the world's most effective poverty fighter. Credit helps people afford to progress beyond bare subsistence, as well as to diversify village economies. Go to www.plantwithpurpose.org to learn much more about this great ministry! Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry was founded in 1966. Metro is the social least, the last, and the lost. Metro is a faith-based organization committed to empowering low- income individuals, families and communities to overcome poverty and to achieve self- sufficiency through employment, education, social services and leadership development. The website is www.sddumc.org. So, please plan to have dinner at Wynola Pizza Express, Thursday, June 10, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. And be sure to thank owners Sabina and Harry Horner for their generosity in helping not only our church missions, but also other community programs, through their donation of yummy, hearty meals! If you are unable to attend, your monetary donation may be sent to CUMCJ, PC Box 460, Julian, CA, 923036. All proceeds to directly to the designated ministries and no administrative costs are retained by the church. Memorial Day 00,now "Gold Co un try" May 28, 29, 30 & 31 10:00 a.m. To 5:00p.m. Upstairs  Julian Town Hall Reception: Friday evening 5-7 Labor Day Sh,00w Julian Town Hall September 3,4,5 and 6 Menghini Art. & Music suv September 25 & 26 Open Studi ) Tour November 20 &21 .. Julian - an artist community i,, , , ..www.juh'antsguild'r=g. _ Ho Jo Risin At Romano's "After Hours" Harry Joe Reynolds graces the "After Hours" corner at Romano's this Saturday night. Harry Joe played his eclectic mix of rock, and rhythm and blues to a full house the last time he played at Romano's and with a holiday this weekend the house should be rockin. This performance will feature songs from his recently released CD, Ha Jo Risin. It's hard to say whom Harry Joe will bring with him, but his association with a wide and varied group of musicians never disappoints. Romano's is old stomping grounds for Harry Joe as he's been playing this venue since the 80's. The "After Hours" menu is in full swing as well as a full bar. There's no cover and the staff has thrown up their hands in trying to keep the fans from dancing to great music at a great late night venue on Saturday nights. Music starts at 8:30 but get there early for great food and good seats.