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June 9, 2010 Communiti/Banking Checking Savings Home Equity Business Banking 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDI [ Rabobank LUERS & DYER, CPAs, P CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting Full Serrvice Firm Rebecca Luers, CPA Jan ,er, CPA M;ISIS l ) tX'.' J. l,at hm Personal attention to your special needs W)}ol Center 4367 ttwy. 78, Suite I 12 EO. Box 1934, Julian, CA 92036 Tel: 760 765-0343 Fax: 760 765-0150 Email: Susan Ann Arenson (Doster) April 30, 1959 to May 8, 2010 Sue was a great mom and lady. She worked hard to achieve her goals and tried her hardest when things got tough. Sue was kind and loving to all. She also knew how to have fun. One of our fondest memories of Sue was her love of horses and riding. She passed down her passion for horses and competitive riding to her daughter Jenna. Sue is survived by her parents, Paul and Shirley Doster, daughter Jenna, former husband Lance Arenson, brother Ron Doster (Mary Lou), niece and nephew Jessica and Austen Doster. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Tumble Weed Ridin Club or New Harvest Christian Fellowship, 4001 El Cajon Blvd.,San Diego, Ca 92105 A Celebration of Sue's Life will be held Wednesday - June 9, 2010 at 1:00 pm at New Harvest Christian Fellowship. AYSO Sign-ups! Julian $1gffR zo]o Earl Re istration onl $50 06/03 - Thursday and 06/04 - Friday 7:30am to 9:30am at Julian Elementary School 06/05 Saturday 9:00am to 12:00pm f7 at the Jess Martin Park snack bar Registration Continues $60: 06/10 - Thursday and 06/11 - Friday 7:30am to 9:30am at Julian Elementary School  . 1 06/12 Saturday 9:00am to 12:00pm at the Jess Martin Park snack bar Deadline to sign-up is June 12thl For registration questions, please call (951 )795-5045 For all other uestions call, 519-4121 Thoughts by Michele Harvey Mountain Lion Sighting The Julian News 5 Kate Rochester, one of our most alert readers, delivers newspapers for the Union-Tribune. She's used to driving after dark and paying attention to all that's around her. Friday night, about 9:30, she was driving on Farmer Road, 1/10 mile from town when she saw a full grown Mountain Lion. The lion was following a deer trail when spotted and Kate thought it was one of the most amazing things she's ever seen. Having seen mountain lions twice in my years living in and near Julian; I agree completely. Majestic, graceful and handsome, these predators live among us, yet we are seldom aware of them. Mature mountain lions can be grey or tawny with white on their chests and the inside of their legs and weighing about 135 pounds. People who see mountain lions often speak first of their long tails. There is no way to mistake a grown mountain lion's three foot long tail, for any other animal. Kate is concerned for the safety of people who walk their dogs or for any other reason may be out after dark or during the very early morning hours. Surprising a mountain lion is never a good idea. When confronted by a mountain lion; it's important to remember two things. Get large and loud, and Don't run. Franticly waving your arms above your head and making lots of loud noise deters the lion from bothering you because your actions and sounds tell the lion that you are not easy to attack. On the other hand,running tells the lion that you are prey, and it will chase you down. To this carnivore, you aren't any different from a racing rabbit or any other food. In our area, mountain lions mainly eat deer and small mammals including rabbits and skunks. They will also eat insects and rodents. About ten years ago, an injured lion killed and ate sheep, but it's unusual for a mountain lion to venture that close to human habitat. Mountain lions are territorial animals having a large range to hunt in, as much as 100 miles, so they are occasionally seen near roads and trails. Remember that mountain lions are solitary animals. Mountain lions are reclusive and stay away from humans unless they are injured and can't hunt for their normal diet. They are very adaptable and can live in a large range of habitat. Brushy areas, open areas, trees or desert can be their home. They do their best to keep away from humans. Kittens weigh about a pound when born and stay with their mother for two years while building hunting skills. If you stay on marked trails and roads and away from their dens, you should never have a problem with them. If you do find yourself face to face with a mountain lion; get large and loud, and don't run. These are my thoughts. New Officers For 2010-2011 American Legion Auxiliary Outgoing President Lori Arter passes the gavel to Rozan Grady, who will take over as President for the next year at the American Legion Auxiliary, Lincoln Deming Unit 468. The New bord is composed of: Pat Penrose, 1st Vice President; Rebecca Rich, 2nd Vice President; Lori Arter, Secretary/Treasurer; Beatrice Minnis, Chaplin; Nancy Hackstedde, Sergeant at Arms; Nancy Woloszyn, Historian. Also announced at the June 2nd meeting are the New Miss Poppy; Elizabeth Sinclair and Miss Junior Poppy; Hayley Andersen. JULIAN 2902 Washington Street 760-765- ! 9- ! 2 Mon-Fri 8:30 to 6:00 and Sat 9:00 to 6:00 CLOSED on Sunday Progressively Old Fashioned Collectib es Girt,, Jewelry 2111 Main Street In "Ihe Heart of Downtown Julian New CD To Be Debuted At Wynola Pizza Saturday When people in these parts hear that Chris Clarke and Dave Bandrowski are in town they think hybrid bluegrass and PLOW. Zapf Digngbats is a little different. First Dave is playing electric guitar (not his usual banjo), second there's Dane Terry with his collection of harmonicas. Musically they still lean to a traditional sound and this self titled CD is very traditional in the tunes they have included. Drawing on influences such as Jelly Roll Morton, Bob Wills, Louis Armstrong, and the black string bands from the South (Mississippi Sheiks, Charlie McCoy), the Zapf Dingbats deliver a unique arrangements of traditional jazz, blues, and folk tunes. Opening with "My Window Faces South" they set the listener up for what is to follow, sort of, you get a taste of the surprises yet track 2 may make you wonder as they go into the gospel "Blood Of The Lamb" with Chris singing in almost remorseful tone. Doug Walker is also showcased here with a precise bass lead/solo. On track 3 it jump, jive and and pickin' for "South and the tone is set as they traverse between some sullen blues (I want to Die Easy) and toe tappin "Jackson Stomp" and "Bogalusa Strut" to almost Mills Brothers harmonies on "Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well". This debut showcases all four musicians and reinforces Dave and Chris' affinity for old time music with modern instrumentation and effects. Saturday night(the 12th) you'll have an opportunity to hear the Digbats on the patio at Wynola Pizza starting at 6. Order up some dinner and sit back and enjoy the sounds. Then pick up a CD and take it home with you for those guilty pleasure moments. It's 44 minutes of musical escapism to a simpler time, yet it's cutting edge modern. It's Zapf Dingbats! What ever that means. Mo00ntmn D00o00L[ Present ff } Bel.I.;00 Da.ce " LeSSOHS w00o,o: sm00, Vall00 00ool "what Time: 6:00 - 7:OO wb: for f.. a. Exercise/ to cba[[eoe anb empower ourse[f - o,,,=fo, Oa.,e for Hebl 0 Da,00 "Savi. 0 the p[maet o.e be[[2 at a time" Beginning Belly Dance Call Toni (760- 765-1905) for pre-registration and information Class fee for the 8 weeks is $40.00 - Due on first nieht class June 10  It's Summer Time - a time to be cool and have fun doing it! % Noperformancesrequired #