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May 30, 2012 . SATURDAY JUNE 2, 2012 7 PM . |O|P, DOII|I |LIM D|LINDA mall, Ill TUM|L|G TUMBLEWEED[ TOM |IAff | TU |UII||+II Rill[ A Benefit Concert for Wieghorst Educational Programs General Admission $25 Reserved Seats $40 PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 900 RANCHO SAN DIEGO PARKWAY IffAM00CA |LL||| |L UJ|I, CA For Info Call 619-590-3431 I Tickets and More I Kids With Cameras Kids with Cameras, an after school photography class offered to 6th through 8th graders at Julian Elementary and Junior High, is in the midst of its Spring course. On May 11, the students and staff walked to the Pioneer Cemetery where they took photographs after enjoying a tour from local historian David Lewis. On Wednesday, June 6th at 6:00, an art reception will be held at the Julian Library to display the students' best work from their 6 weeks of instruction. All are invited to attend/ Two Breakfasts For Parade At The Legion The American Legion and Sons of the American Legion are both hosting fundraisers for the Julian Fourth of July Parade in the coming weeks. "This is a very generous offer," says Mike Menghini, chair of the parade committee. "We have been working hard to raise funds to pay for the many elements of the parade that cost money. These events will help us." The first fundraiser will be held this Sunday, June 3 from 7 a.m. until about noon at the American Legion and hosted by the Sons of the American Legion. If you have never been to one of these events, you're in for a treat. They serve a great buffet, all you can eat including eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, and plenty of coffee. The second event will be held on Father's Day, June 17also from 7 until noon. Hosted by members of the American Legion Post #486, this is a great opportunity to treat Dad to a delightful family breakfast and support the parade at the same time. Tickets cost $8 per person for all this wonderful food. Some were printed with only the June 17 date on them. They can be used at either breakfast. More tickets area available from members of the parade committee and at the Chamber of Commerce. So, bring the whole family and meet up with friends at the Legion. Proceeds from both events will be donated to the parade. You may also donate to the Parade by mail: Julian Fourth of July Parade, PO Box 777, Julian 92036, or deliver your donation to the Chamber of Commerce in Town Hall, or use PayPal on our website, www.JulianParade. com. C Post 468 -- Sons of the American The Julian News 3 Vote For Your Favorite Quilt Julian Woman's Club Heritage Quilt Show June 22nd - July 4th, In The Town Hall Did you realize that for many years, you have had the opportunity to vote for your favorite quilt. Our show is not juried or judged by anyone other than people who attend. All the quilts are numbered. As you walk around the show, pick your favorite and write down the number and drop it in the basket. We tally these up and announce the winners atthe end of the show! There is a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbon awarded which also comes with bragging rights fo.r the year! J uried and judged quilt shows always carry of lot of stress for quilters, both professionals and amateurs alike. The quilt only competes for 1 year, and then it's retired but can still be displayed. Many of the quilts are worth thousands of dollars and have to be shipped from show to show. Even insured, they cannot get reimbursement for the actual value of the quilt if it's lost or stolen. Winning at the major shows can give you a lot of notoriety in the quilting world, but the award I like the best is the "Viewers Choice" award. This is given by people attending the show voting for their favorite! It's very often not the same quilt as the judges' choice for "best of show", but it is the overwhelming choice of the people viewing them. Somehow, in my humble opinion, that would be the award I would want! Reminder/ Don't forget: Eleanor Burns' Road Show "Tales of the First Ladies" Eleanor Burns will be presenting her newest show on Tuesday, July 3rd at Witch Creek School. The first show will be at10 a.m. and the afternoon show will begin at 1:00 p.m. Be sure to reserve your spot as tickets often go fast and space is limited. It's always very entertaining and fun, even if you're not a quilter! When you see how much fun we have, you may just get the quilting bug. There will also be an opportunity to purchase quilting supplies, books and kits before and after the .shows. The cost of the show is $20 and proceeds go to the Julian Woman's Club Charities. For more information and reservations call Diana Garrett at 760-765-3647. Historical Society Tours Volcan Mountain Sights i jill i Julian Historical Society. President Ed Huffman addresses the members who joined in the tour up Volcan Mountain, Don Madison and David Lewis also contributed yo the six hour lesson in history Of the pioneers in our community. The day included a visit to the headwaters of San Diegiieto River and Santa ysabel creek, Hunter Camp, a discussion of the Spanish Rancho period, viewing of the geologic faults visible from the mountain. A lunch from Bailey "s was also provided. To become involved with the Historical Society stop by their building (The Old Witch Creek School) on 4th Street. photo by Cynthia Lewis Major Progress On The PCT The trail is so ;ive with all the life on it. My alarm clock is the birds and I'm enjoying all the different alarm clocks as I travel north. It's hotter and there are more snakes on the trail this year, of several different varieties. Makes for interesting conversations with other hikers along the trail. All the hikers look Corward to McDonalds where the trail crosses over Interstate 15. After day after day of trail food, McDonalds seems like ftne dining. There were some hikers making up their own variety of sandwiches at McDonalds, combining different sandwiches and coming up with different names. At this point on the trail they were all delicious/Total miles so far, Steve "'Special Delivery" Harkins EBT Here 21].7 Main Street USDA C.hoice Beef, Organic Pro.dice, Gluten free/Organic Products Hand Made. Sausages NOW At The Meat Counter .Fresh Dell Sandwiches Monday --, 8aturcly 9 am - 8 pm Bunchy 9am - 5 pm 820O Dry Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Friday ,,, Phone in Your Meat and. Deli Orders - No Waiting ,, Don't throw away the oM*bucket until you know whethe r the new one holds water. -- Swedish Proverb JULIANTREE COMP * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 eo Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A