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May 26, 2010 (760) 765 0192 OPE RTIEs 9 The Julian News Est. 1967 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... C 0 R N E R entrance off 'C' Street www.julian- TREET properties.com P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 FIVE ACRE PROPERTY WITH WELL, water ,. 2 - , - storage tank, electrical, shed and Septic system " , CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 GREAT OPPORTUNITY! 3 Bed Room / 2 Bath[[ installed ready for your home. Very private setting SINGLE LEVEL HOME on wooded acre in Pine] Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and Ill Home, Plus 1 Bed Room/ 1 Bath ApartmentlII with rock walls and spectacular views. Seller will llt Hills. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, family room, ranite| pines, views, underground power and phone, Ill over 2 car garage on 2.50 Acres. Nice views fromll I also consider trade for property in San Diego area|counter toos, cathedral ceilinzs "in livinroom,| paved roads, gated community. Ill property. Seller's are mohvated. | or Tucson. |attached garage. Private spa off master bedroom. | $219,000 I[ $319,000 tll $187,000 I $387,000 I .... '' WYNOLA ESTATES - 2 bedroom/2 bath home. .......  S acious and o en floor plan Converted 2 car P , . " HOME, LARGE SHOP, + OUTBUILDINGS- on UNUSUAL AND REMOTE MO;UNTAIN PROPERTY. CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with garage w,th fullath & private entrance. Attached 2.21 level acres with a wooded knoll at the back of 20 Acres, Complete with dry cabin for secluded get- easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, 1bedroom/1 bath granny flat with private entrance. the property. Very large mature trees. This was the away weekends. Oak, Fir and Spruce trees. Views. has approved septic layout. 2.5 Acres. home of one of the old-time Julian families. $578,000 $229,000 $240,000 $175,000 Bring a: L,ffers! Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com Miss Moretti Goes To Sacramento by Rowlynda Moretti , Julian High School Junior On April 19th and April 20th I was privileged to attended a Leadership Conference in Sacramento. The Inter-Mountain Republican Women's club sponsored this trip to the state capital. I flew to the capital with Mrs. Mary Kafak, and Mrs. Rachel Meyer. It was an awesome and educational experience. We were extremely lucky and we were able to take a special tour Of the capital building. We say the senate chamber in action, and we actually got to be down on the floor with the senators when it was in session. We saw all the historical aspects of the building, and learned many new facts. The walls are lined with shadow boxes, one for every county in the state. It was very cool to see a little of every county's culture. We also viewed Governor Arnold 's office. There were many influential speakers, one of them being Nathan Fletcher, whom is from San Diego. He is the man that is trying to get Meghan's Law passed, this was very interesting to me, as a young girl from San Diego. This was a wonderful way to meet new and interesting people. It was a truly wonderful experience. I would like to thank the Inter Mountain Republican Women's club for sponsoring me to attend this very influential conference. Their support is what allows students like myself to broaden their horizons. This truly helped me appreciate the fact that diversity is what makes America great, and competion is what makes this country blossom. As Jean de Crecedeour states in Letters to an American Farmer, "Where my bread is earned, there [s my country." This is the true essence of America. No matter where your ancestors resided, this great mixing pot will accept you as long as you accept it. This is the land of opportunity in which you are truly allowed to "Believe as many as six impossible things before breakfast"(Lewis Carrol). Mrs. Rachel Meyer and Mrs. Mary Kafak with Rowlynda Football, Glorious Eagle Football bu Harry "Buddy" Siefert The Julian Eagles kicked off their 2010 football season with a two week Spring ball session on Monday, the 17th. GO EAGLES!!! Your Eagles have 8 returning players, QB/DB Josh Savage, WR/DB Jesse Lopez, TE/DE Miguel Hinojosa, RB/DB Johnny Hake, RB/LB Josh Ernst, RB/ LB Clint Southcott, RB/DB Brett Teusch, OL/DL Adolfo "Fonzie" Soils and OL/LB Justin FIores and 34 new guys, nine of which are coming up from the Wolf Den at the Junior High School. The Eagles coaching staff has seen some changes as well. Coach Bill Brown, who has been with the team since 1998, is moving to Indiana. Bill is being replaced by Rob Cranfield for the O line and D line coaching position. Running back and linebackers coach "Bobo" Linton has retired and will also be missed. Returning are Joe Romano, Ted Snoddy, Chris Cornette, Buddy Seifert and, of course, Head Coach Tim White. Retired NFL great Ed White will be assisting on game days. Some may regard this as a rebuilding year, but the athleticism of the new guys is apparent. The team is conducting 3 hour drills after school and will bring it all together with a Maroon and White Spring Scrimmage on Friday, May 28th. All Eagle fans are invited to the scrimmage on May 28th. Team and family members will come together at the end of the scrimmage to break bread as a football family and focus on the upcoming season. If we are to survive, we must have ideas, vision, courage. Everything that matters in our intellectual and moral life begins with an individual confronting his own mind and conscience in a room by himself. -- Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr The first flight of the Wright Brothers' flying machine covered a distance that was less than the wingspan of a jumbo jet. Unbelievable Views from this Julian 2BR/2BA manufactured mountain home on 3.47 acres. Master bedroom, large extra room, many windows, light & bright. Water meter and well $219,000 46 or 7'61)'-"803-3582 The Dance Spring Time Means Time To Dance, Dance, Dance It's hard to believe that Spring is upon us and the new tradition of "The Dance" has become the marker for the change of seasons in Julian. The Sons of the American Legion are reporting that banner sales are good. The merchants of Julian are stepping up as they have time and time again and are coming behind this event in great numbers. Of course in addition to supporting their community, their banner is out there for great numbers to see and of course the Sons encourage you to support their businesses as they contribute to our community through their financial contribution. There are great events that will happen throughout the day at "The Dance". The doors open at 3 PM with dance lessons until 5. If you have purchased your tickets in advance you'll avoid the lines (and additional cost) and get in on the first sessions of Two Step, Waltz and Swing lessons. There will be additional instructors this year because of the large group of people taking part in the lessons. The success of these lessons is evidenced by the number of people who actually get out and dance during the evening. The art booth will be holding a silent auction for all the entries in the annual contest to develop the logo for this event. All the entries, including Bria Morgan's winning entry are displayed at the Library currently, and will be for sale at the event. Bidding will close prior to dark this year, so get your bids in early. The funds raised from this auction are funneled right back into Julian in You can see all of the entries for this years poster contest at the Library. The when you come to The Dance on June 5th you will be able to bid on them to help raise money for the Son of the American Legion. the form of charitable donations to worthy causes. Food begins serving at 4 PM and the Sons are changing up the menu a little. Featured will be Santa Maria style barbeque Tri-Tip in a dry rub done on a red oak open flame. This will be plated in a sandwich or slices with beans and coleslaw. There will also be a bratwurst plate, and veggie burgers. Drink choices are soda, water, beer and wine, so if you plan on partaking and you look under 60, have your ID. What we all come for is the great music and that kicks off at 5 PM. Swingshift is the headliner this year. This five piece band, featuring one of the great fiddle players in America, lead, rhythm, base guitar and drums will play danceable country music, swing and classic rock all night long. The entertainment doesn't stop there. During the breaks, announcements will be kept short and then we'll have the best in local entertainment performing for you. We encourage family and children at this event and this is when we turn the floor over to the kids. So let's see. Great weather and a beautiful mountain setting, delicious food, the best in entertainment, friends, neighbors and an annual event that raises funds for a great community for an eight dollar ticket! where do I sign up? Saturday, June 5th is right around the corner. Get your tickets, banners and your boots on, this will be the best one yet. For information, call 760 752- 5050 and leave a message.