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Volume 25 - Issue 42 Wednesday June 2, 2010 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Julian News ~ r,'.~So.'r~r,s.,.,,..r, II Julian, CA, 92036 Change Service Requested ~,~_~,~/ ~ Permil No. 30 III Ju,o.,CA III I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 .... " ............ " II / Free Community Chipping Day Hosted By Fire Safe Council Of San Diego County- June 5 Julian Area Gets Assistance With Fuel Reduction And Wildfire Preparedness Homeowners can take responsibility for creating a more fire safe home by creating defensible space around their home and completing retrofits to their home. Now is the time for residents to make sure the vegetation around their home is properly thinned and pruned to create the defensible space necessary for fire safety. To help, the Fire Safe Council of San Diego County (FSCSDC) is hosting a Community Chipping Day for the residents of Julian on Saturday, June 5, 2010. The Chipping Day is provided in collaboration with the Julian Fire Safe Council (FSC) and Camp Wynola, is grant funded by the US Forest Service through the Fire Safe Council of San Diego County. This service is provided FREE to qualified residents on June 5th at Camp Wynola from 8:00 am till noon. Residents who bring tree and brush trimmings to the designated site at Camp Wynola will have their brush chipped by professional crews. Residents are responsible for hauling their own brush and trimmed material to the site. Materials will only be accepted on the day of the event. No materials can be left prior to 8:00 a.m. or after 12:00 p.m., June 5, 2010. On-site registration with proof of residence is required. A few simple rules must be followed by residents: There is a 10 inch maximum on limb diameter. Crews are unable to chip brush or limbs that have been mechanically removed from the ground by tractors or other heavy machinery. Keep materials free of mud, rocks, construction wood, palm fronds and other debris. No trash will be accepted. No brush will be accepted from businesses, contractors or professional landscapers. A limited amount of free mulch will be available on a self-loading first-come, first served basis. Please check with your lecal fire jurisdiction for specific fuel reduction guidelines for vegetation management on your property. The No-Cost Community Chipping Day will be held at the Camp Wynola (Address: 3565 Wynola Road) from 8:00 in the morning until noon. For more information please contact Faith Berry, Fire Safe Council Chipping Coordinator, faitNJ erry@rsdsandiego.org or (619) 562- 0096, or visit our website at http://www.firesafesdcounty.org The No-Cost Chipping Service for Vegetation Reduction is funded by a .grant from the USDA Forest Service and donations. The FSCSDC is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit corporation; tax-deductible donations are welcome. Miss Julian To Be Crowned - June 6 The 2009-10 Teen Miss Julian, Charlie Beatty and Miss Julian, Deanna Hernandez will relinquish their crowns this Sunday. photo courtesy Miss Julian Scholarship Pageant This Sunday Julian's Ambassadors will be crowned at the Annual Miss Julian Scholarship Pageant. Deanna Hernandez and Charlie Beatty will hand in the crowns as two new young ladies will take the honors to serve the town. Miss Julian and Teen Miss Julian will receive savings bonds plus other awards from local businesses and service organizations they may also participate in other pageants to further their scholarship opportunities. Miss Julian and Teen Miss Julian will also appear at numerous events and functions promoting Julian and our back country way of life. To participate a young lady must be between the ages of 16 and 24, a U.S. citizen and have resided in the Julian/Cuyamaca area for a minimum of three months. Candidates are judged on poise, personality and her interview skills. The Pageant is Sunday, June 6th at 5:30 p.m. in the Town Hall. I y From The dance floor has a fresh coat of paint, the lights are strung, banners are flying, and the smell of barbeque fills the air. Ice cold drinks are ready and beginners are practicing their steps. The buzz is getting louder and louder as the band is doing sound check and you just know that this gathering of friends, neighbors and visitors from down the hill is going to make "The Dance" and Backcountry Barbeque the biggest and best party of the year. The Sons of the American Legion are ready for you. This is their biggest fundraiser and by all indications it appears that this will be the breakout year for attendance. Highlighting the event is Swingshfft, one of Southern California's top country/weststern bands, in an encore performance. Swingshift has great musicians and singers that will play current and classic country as well as swing, rhythm and blues and rock n roll. One thing for certain, is that thei , nus 2 polished and professional and best of all you'll get to Waltz, Swing, Two Step as well as line dance to the great hits of several musical genres. The hearty souls who braved last years' weather, remember this band dressed in borrowed winter garb and putting on a great show. We wanted them back and their response was "let's play two". The entertainment doesn't end there. The Mountain Tribal Gypsy has done spectacular shows in the past and they're first up when the band breaks. Next break, we turn the floor over to the kids and Jake's Mountain, a favorite local duo of Janice Smith and Blake Rogers. At the after dark break we'll have a treat, as local musician Dennis Ruzec and his band Malaki perform a reggae set. A couple of other entertainment surprises are planned if time allows. This year the Sons are spotlighting breast cancer awareness and have invited the Susan G. Koman "Race For The Cure" to have an informational : booth. They'll be there to answer iiquestions and provide you with iinformation on this scourge that ; affects the women we love and adore, oh and guys get it too!. Things seem to change right up to show time, and this year is no exception as there is a surprise or two for everyone, but especially for the kids. If you get there early you'll get dance lessons and be one of the first in line for barbeque. So, to paraphrase a line from a great old song that's apropos to this great event... Get your boots and grab your hat, leave, your troubles on the doorstep, just direct your feet, to the sunny side of the street. See you at "The Dance". Call 760 752-5050 for information. Swingshift, Jakes Mountain, Dennis Ruzec and Maliki plus Mountain Tribal Gypsy will all perform at The Dance. 4th Of July Parade Grand Marshal - John Baca Committee Still Raising Funds for 17th Edition by Dana Pettersen the spirit of small town America. Please review the sponsorship opportunities available for 2010 to determine what best suits your budget and interest in the parade. All contributions are tax deductible. As in the past, we will reward certain contribution levels with this year's official parade T-shirt. This year we are offering additional rewards to recognize your support. Your support, sponsorships and contributions assure that our Julian Fourth of July Parade continues to be the "best little town parade" in California year after year. The deadline for donations is June 20, 2010 to meet advertising and program deadlines. Contributions can be continued on page 10 Metal of Honor Winner and Julian resident John Baca We are once again organizing the Fourth Of July Parade in our beautiful mountain community of Julian. This year's theme is "Let Freedom Ring". We will also honor the "Gold Miners" that put our little town on the map, and our past and present servicemen. This year's Grand Marshall is John Baca a local Medal of Honor recipient. We hope you will join us in presenting our 17th annual olcl- fashioned parade this year. Any donation amount will be greatly appreciated as funds are needed for: the staging area at the High School, four announcement stands on Main Street, portable restrooms, bands, the pre- parade vintage airplane fly overs, and other operating costs. The Julian Parade Committee is a non-profit, volunteer group of residents that work diligently all year planning for this historic day. Your generous contribution will help locals and visitors celebrate 5tephanie After being reported missing Monday May 24th, the Sheriff's Department issued a call for the public's help in locating Stephanie Brehm, 44, after she left her home about 8 a.m. in her Chevrolet truck. She was reported to be despondent. Organized searches conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday had not produced any results, then on Thursday morning a discovery was made at Inspiration Point. The vehicle was spotted about 8 a.m. Thursday some 600 feet down from the parking area'at Inspiration Point. The truck matched the description of Stephanie's and after closer inspection of the area a body was discovered that appeared to match that of Stephanie. The investigation as to what happened is ongoing, with the County Medical Examiner not having made a determination as to cause of death. Stephanie was the owner and operator of the Leg Up Ranch, a rehabilitation facility specializing in equestrian encounters with physically challenged individuals. She had been recently attempting to reestablish the ranch at a new location after a breakup in her marriage and the loss of the property where the ranch had been based. Wednesday, June 16 8am