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June 11, 2014

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' The Independent Weekly Newspaper T Serving the Backcountry Communities of Volume 29 Issue 44 Wednesday June 11, 2014 Julian, ISSN 1937-8416 CA. (top) Class PresidentSarah Linthicum greets the crowd (above righO Bailey Scholl and Kimberly Lopez attending to class history. (above) Sophia Wood and Eloisa Rodriguez presenting the class gift. (righO Valedictorian - Lanae CranfieM addressing the audience. all photos by Michael Hart the assembled graduates made for a very picturesque scene. The class off 2014 presented a gift of lights for next years homecoming game. Insuring that at least one night game would be played. One of the smallest senior classes in recent memory proved to be one of the most cohesive and from the scholarships earned one of the more successful in planning their futures. The community wishes them well on their journey. I A ey're off.., with the traditional tossing of the caps Julian High Sci-dol: lass of 2014 is now entering the adult world. A b..-eearly evening on the football field, the sun slowly setting and the 9r }duating class eager to get their diplomas and move forward in life. Parents and friends cheering in the crowd for each student as their name was called. ' This years ceremony was moved to the football field due to the construction going on to replace the E-1 building. Although the weather cooperated for the most part the afternoon wind did cause some havoc with students, mortar boards started flying from the opening statements, and the speeches were difficult to hear in the back rows and o he bleac.h s, of Volcan Mountain behind Julian News PO Box 639 JLllian, CA 92036 Chartge Service Requested PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PERMIT NO. 30 JULIAN, CA IJ'lJlll'lllllll'illl,l,lllll,,lll,tJlj,l,lllll,llll,llllJll,Jlli Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 '9 0 New Miss Julian, Teen Miss Julian Crowned Sunday iiili Catherine Skibinski, Teen Miss Julian and Jessica Nichols, Miss Julian. unlor Retiring Superintendent Kevin Ogden presents his final "Superintendent Award" to Laurel Cantor Ethan Elisara accepts the "Principals Award" from Brian Duffy, who will become Superintendant next year of Commerce. Sons of American Legion Present Who Will Be Saturday June 14 Noon to 10 p.m. Menghini Winery Merchant Of TheYear? Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at the door, child 12 under'S5