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June 9, 2010 Memorable Before Memorial Day by Scott Munson Two weeks ago, on Tuesday the 25th and Wednesday the 26th of May, my classroom at the high school came alive. Historians speak of the Greatest Generation, on those days it came alive as two members of that prestigious group visited my classroom. On Tuesday, Mr. Ed Brown of Ramona who has been subbing at JUHS for years was the guest speaker in my history classroom. It was great having Mr. Brown speak. I have been trying to get him to speak to my class for the past ten years. His story is one of the most powerful I have ever heard. Mr. Brown served in the US Army in Europe during WWlI. While only in combat for 15 days, they were memorable. He was stationed in the Hurtgen Forest on the Belgian / German border in the weeks following the Battle of the Bulge. Because of attrition, he quickly became the squad leader and had to take command, which he had not been trained for. The day he was shot, he was leading his squad across a field of snow to take out a German machinegun. This story will stay with the students as well as the adults who attended for the rest of their lives. On Wednesday, Dr. Ketcherside who had been the high school superintendent in the 1970s spoke. To watch Dr. Ketcherside speak with his daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren in the room was a Ed Brown with Joseph Munson, President of LOVE Club pleasure. I love seeing personal he never saw combat, he spoke history passed down to other with emotion about the period of generations. He had served WWII. He had two memorable on board a Liberty ship in the voyages and gave the students Pacific in 1944 and 1945. While a more complete picture of WWII iii!iiiii; Dr Ketcherside with daughters Suzanne on the right and Delynn on the left HEALTH SERVICES Healing Arts z Massage Ayurveda Acttpressure Yoga Meditation reflexology craniosacral herbs aromatherapy Lorten A. 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A variety of enriching activities occur all day, every day in a program filled with life's joy. 0 Complimentary tours, luncheons and on-sight assessment program provide a sense of our charm and our service excellence. Office is open daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM 0 Owner operated by the Cioffi family for over 30 years, we offer short term respite stays, day care program, assisted living, dementia and hospice care in an open and airy country setting. 0 Furnished Semi-Private rates from $2,850.00 per month. Private rooms from $3,550.00 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at www.alpineviewlodge.com State license number 374-600-694 No Appointments Just Come In / Now Available Certified Animal $30. 00 The Julian News 7 Commercial Residential Payment Options 24 Hour Groceries. Fresh Produce o Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" Meat Department U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications 1[ ................... i  L..!i I  : ................. ,,ii Bill ... Pay .,.. Guy McFall was presented with the U.S. Marine Corps, NROTC scholarship that he will use to attend Boston University. Attention: All Current & Future Julian Union High School StudentAthletes Currently in Grades 8th, 9th, 10th & 1 lth You are required to have a current physical and current athletic packet on file with JUHS to participate in any sport (fall, winter &/ or spring) at JUHS next year. Your physical and athletic packet are good for one calendar year. Dr. Brian Denny at Julian Chiropractic will be having a FREE Sports Physical Day on Saturday, June 12th from 8 AM to Noon." You will need to stop by the JUHS Office to pick up a Health Form & JUHS Athletic Packet before Saturday, June 12th, 2010 as you will have to have them filled out before your physical. At Dr. Denny's Free Sports Physical Day there is no insurance required, no charge for the physical and no appointment necessary. Then on June 15th, 16th and 18th (Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) from 3 PM to 5 PM at the Julian Medical Clinic, Dr. Merrick with the help of Matt Kraemer from Alpine Physical Therapy, will be offering another opportunity to get your physicals. You will need to schedule an appointment with Sally (760-765-1223) in advance and there are also some additional forms to fill out for the Julian Medical Clinic Sports Physical Days. If you have insurance, your insurance will be billed. If not, the sports physical will be free. The additional forms that must be filled out prior to your appointment are also available in the JUHS office. It is highly recommended that you take advantage of one these opportunities to clear your student/athlete for the entire year.. After your physical, you will need to bring in your packets to the JUHS office and get "cleared" to participate in sports all year long at JUHS. Please, take advantage of this Community Outreach Program offered by Dr. Denny of Julian Chiropractic, Dr. Merrick of the Julian Medical Clinic and Matt Kraemer of Alpine Physical Therapy to "clear" your future Julian Eagle Student/Athlete for competition in next year's sports programs at JUHS. Special Thanks to Dr. Denny, Dr. Merrick and Matt Kraemer for their generosity! Thank You, JUHS! Twenty three graduating seniors received scholarships from twenty seven organizations at last Wednesday(6/2) evenings Scholarship Night. They were: Arcely Abarca, Jenna Arenson, Emily Bates, Josh Billimoria, Riley Boland, Robert Braun, Jr., William Brown, Jr., Shaunae Bullock, Joweph Cauzza, Cody Cornette, Andrej Dominquez, Conor Gernandt, Desiree Gouge, Christina Haddock, Alberto Hinojosa, John Linton, Chantel Linton, Guy McFall, Ryan Monroe, Rocio Montes, Jonathan Murray, Lucky Pettersen, Holly Tuomi. The American Legion, Lions Club, Julian Real Estate Assoc., Triangle Club and Julian Women's Club all set the pace again for number of scholarships and amount of money awarded. Locals Contribute Over $16,000 For Scholarships ' Over 60 years serving the community we live in.  fGMCheck- mno0000.E ' .......................................... ,,,,-,- 765 0130 ...... Trained t.,cOU00X,t : 760 " Ben Sulser, District Manager than I can as I did not live through it. He left my class and next year's LOVE Club with a privilege as well as a challenge. He gave us a flag and dog tag which had been taken off a dead Japanese soldier and had been given to him by another soldier after the war was over. Next year we will be working on finding the family of this soldier and returning some of his last possessions to his loved ones. As we have just celebrated Memorial Day, I am proud of both my students and the two gentlemen who gave us a glimpse into a very personal and painful part of their lives. My students listened and really learned history and students were released from other classes and their attentiveness was appreciated by both speakers. As we continue to live through this year, let's continue not only to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in serving our country; let's celebrate the lives of those around us who have given us the greatest gift any other human can give us, our freedom. :Relationships Matter Emergency Service