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June 3, 2009 The Julian News 3 #1 - Antiques on Hwy. 79 South *2 - Cedar Works on Hwy. 78 West at Wynola Farms Building Is Your Child A Sunshine Kid? Finding a good daycare can be a challenging adventure for parents, well, look no further.I Sunshine Home Daycare will be coming soon to the Julian Community. It will be proud to offer an innovative curriculum implemented by caring and dedicated staff, who are eager to work with you to provide the very best experience for your child. We will be offering full daycare services to children ages six weeks to seven years. Sunshine Home Daycare will be located at 1221 Sunshine Trail in Whispering Pines. It is park like setting, with a bounce house, swings, playground, etc. Every day there will be a school agenda to expand your child's mind, along with crafts to take home to mom and dad. Sunshine Home Daycare is affordable for parents and exciting for children, it will be licensed and operating in June. If you're interested in making your kid a "Sunshine Kid", please contact Kimberly Mitchell at 760-791-0940, for more information. The Spats by Jeff Picketing Ii 7 TI'IF R NOTHINe '' II "7 LON6"A$ II Parade T-Shirts Now Available Yes, it is true! What you are seeing here is the July 4th, 2009 T-shirt logo. This year we have added two T-shirt colors: heather gray and chocolate and a logo lending its theme to the July 4 Celebration and the Apple Days Centennial. This year's theme, for the parade is" Julian: American as Apple Pie. also appears on the shirt. Both the tees and tanks are $15.00. All proceeds from the shirts help with the expenses that are required to put on the Julian July 4th Parade. The following merchants are selling this year's July 4 2009 T-shirts Julian Yesteryears Menghini Winery Julian T- Shirts Store The Book House Get your shirt before they are sold out. Wear it to express your support for Julian and the Spirit of July 4th. 1. May. 2009 arrived bringing us a threat of continued wintry weather the first couple of days. We had cloudy arid foggy days. From the fourth day and rest of the month we enjoyed wonderful warm and balmy days. 2. At the beginning of the nonth, the lovely Yucca plants sprang up all over the hillsides. The wild Blue Lilac blossomed out, completed its time and the white blossoms took over, all over the area. In my yard, the rose bushes opened up. I'm enjoying all their beauty. Throughout the area I travel to town from home, the wild Goldenrod flowers are blooming in all their glory along the hillsides and along the roads I travel. So much beauty all around us. 3. Our town hall has been a very busy place of activity during the month. Some very beautiful kittens were born in our back yard. We hope to find homes for them as soon as they are old enough to be separated from their mothers. The Wild Flower Show was wonderful as usual. The ladies of the Julian Woman's Club do a wonderful job gathering all the special flowers in the area and display them. The there is the lovely Spring Art Guild Show. Throughout the month the Town Hall Crafters have had daily craft shows. Towards the last days of the month, there has been much activity with the Miss Julian pageant. 4. We are very grateful to Julian Pie Company for their daily donation of cookies, pies, ,donuts and muffins; to Mom's Pie Shop for pies and Dudleys for bread. We greatly appreciate their generosity to us seniors. 5. We of JULIAN OUTREACH continue to be very busy with our "Project Pass It On" accepting, picking up household items, clothing and distributing it all, to all in our community. There is no qualifying in this project. It's open to all. We appreciate all who donate to this effort. With the appliances and furniture, we contact those who request an item with the ones who call us when an item is available. 6. It was a very lovely day on Memorial Day. At our Haven of Rest Cemetery, the graves were decorated with flags. Many floral arrangements graced the graves. The wonderful fellows from our American Legion Post 468 conducted their yearly tribute to our loved ones lost in our wars. It was a very special ceremony. Commander Trent again gave a wonderful moving message. He was here last year and we were glad that he took time to participate with our tribute. Garnette Welch sang the Star Spangled Banner. The ceremony concluded with a 21 gun salute and TAPS. All who attended were then invited to the American Legion Post for a very wonderful feast. 7. Towards the end of the month, we have had many lovely cloud formations. We had hopes that some of those clouds would have dropped some water on us, but they only multiply then disappear out of sight. We had no rain at all this month. 8. From my dining room table, I have so enjoyed all the activity going on in my bird garden., The hummingbirds at my bird feeders really put on a show scrambling with each other to get a drink of sugar.water in the bottles. I keep four bags of Nyjer seed for the colorful Finches and there are many of them. I put peanuts in one feeder for the bluejays. Then there are all the other birds at the regular feeders. 9. Main Street Julian has taken on a new Iookl All the power poles and lines have been remove- with the exception of the one which will be removed during the June 19th "POLE OUT" event. The new street lights are lovely, especially at night. The crews have done a tremendous job of removing the poles and lines so efficiently and without much noise and confusion. A job l I ions 24 Hour Emergency Service GMCheck" mpROPA.E |WJCOUNCiL Ben Sulser, District Manager Relationships Matter Over 60 years serving the community we live in. Notice of the Availability of an Environmental Assessment Quilt Show And Class Come one! Come All! To a quilt magic show starring the magic quilter herself Eleanor Burns. If you haven't had the privilege of attending one of Eleanor's shows you have missed out! She is truly an entertainer as well as a marvelous teacher. You will laugh and have a hilarious time even if you do not quilt. The show will be held twice; once on Friday, June 26, at 2 PM and again on Saturday, June 27, at 10 AM. It place at the Julian Historical Society's, old Witch Creek Schoolhouse on 2133 Fourth Street in Julian. After the show on June 27th there will be books and other items for sale. Quilt in a Day books will be 20% off the regular price. There will be many specials well done. as well that you won't want to 10. This month of May has miss. Tickets are $15 each and been a very busy and lovely refreshments will be served. month. We are grateful for all For show reservations call: that has been accomplished. Diana Garrett 760-765-3647 or *** I'm Glad I Live In Julian *** (cell) 760-221- 9608. The USDA Rural Utilities Service has received an application for financial assistance from the Pine Hills Mutual Water Company (PHMWC). As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Utilities Service has prepared an Environmental Assessment that evaluated the potential environmental effects and consequences of the proposed project. This notice announces the availability of the Environmental Assessment for public review and comment. The proposed project consists of the construction of a water treatment system to remove iron oxide and manganese, the refurbishment or replacement of an 187,000 steel storage tank and the extension of existing water lines to eliminate dead ends for improved water circulation and the addition of new fire hydrants along the extended water lines. The location of this project is within the Pine Hills Subdivision. The water treatment system will be located on PHMWC property adjacent to YMCA Camp Marston property. The storage tank is located on PHMWC property on Pine Hills Crest Rd. and the water line extensions will be located within public right-of-ways and/or private easements. Alternatives considered for the proposed project included alternate pipeline routes, refurbishment of the existing water storage tank, and the consideration of various treatment systems. The no action alternative was also considered, however no action would lead to further deterioration of the existing water treatment and distribution system. An Environmental Assessment (EA) has been submitted and approved by USDA. There are no proposed measures necessary to mitigate any environmental issues related to this project. Copies of the Environmental Assessment (EA) are available for review at the PHMWC office at 4763 Pine Hills Rd. during regular working hours, and at USDA-Rural Development, 177 N. Imperial Avenue, E1 Centro, CA 92243. For further information contact Bob Law, General Manager, Pine Hills Mutual Water Company at (760)765-2256 or Daniel T. Cardona, Area Specialist, USDA Rural Development at (760)352-4418 ext. 107. Anyperson interested in commenting on this proposed projeet should submit comments to the address above by June 26, 2009. i i