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June 15, 2005

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June 15,2005. Letters continued from page 2 The Julian News 3 JULIAN FLOORCOVERING "ROLLS IN STOCK" "PREFINISHED OR JOB FINISHED" * SHEET VINYL * CERAMIC TILE * WINDOW 35 Years Installing in S. D. County, Lic. No. 5960150 HELP SUPPORT SMALL TOWN AMERICA & JULIAN'S 4'11 OF JULY PAUDE RIDE CELEBRATE AMERICA'S FREEDOM $10.00 Donation Per Ticket O " . Available Trough Local Merchants tawing Will Be Held At The Parade Winner Need Not Be Present very least. If you are helping someone else, or talking to a friend, AT LEAST STOP LONG ENOUGH TO LET US KNOW YOU SEE US IN THE STORE If you think this is a waste of time, and you end up closing like so many other stores in this World, not just Julian, you will have no else to blame but yourself. Our money does matter. So do we. Carlynne AIIbee La Mesa Free Office There is a company that is willing to donate to fire survivors PLUS OVER 60 CHANNELS office furnishings, desk sets etc. that they no longer need. ~ ~2~:~::~ !::::; STARTING AT Name of company is National Testing Lab and the contact is- Wally Shand at 858-450-2891. They are located at 8885 Rehc Road, San Diego, CA 92121. Please give Wally a call if you are interested. Books in Nooks Expands Signing Series Julian author, Kaaren Terry, has penned a novel set here in our small mountain town. The suspense story is peopled by a newly married couple, a pick- pocket/thief, the town sheriff, and a long-buried skeleton. Deceit and deception threaten to unravel peaceful life our couple has created - come find out how. You'll recognize the familiar locales, and maybe, even a character or two. Kaaren will be reading, discussing, and signing her book, Across theC,'eek, on June 19th, 2:00pm - Sunday, June Rfilh, at. 2:00pro Valley Center author, speaker, spirit researcher Larry James Stevens has written Celestial Fire: A Naval Aviatorls Spiritual Odyssey. Part spiritual roadmap, part memoir, this fascinating tome deals with paranormal experience, self-actualization techniques, and much more. Come explore lifels possibilities with "Soulman" Larry. He will answer questions and sign books following the reading. Call 765-2852 for more information. Books in Nooks is located at 4336 Highway 78 - 3 miles west of Julian at Wynola Road. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery Welcomes 10th Annual Plein" Air Landscape Exhibition on the coast. Painters featured in Plein Air X: The Tenth Annual Plein Air Exhibition are Joan Boyer, Annie Dover, Adele Earnshaw, Joe Garcia, Andrea Gaye, Stan Goudey, Catherine Grawin, James Hubbell; Grant Hughes, Pat Kelly, Scott Kuhnly, Margaret Larlham, Ken Roberts and Stan Sowinski. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is renGwed interest by artists in painting the California landscape with this feel of California Impressionism. This reawakened passion for plein air landscape painting was the driving force behind the establishment of the first Santa Ysabel Art Gallery plein air exhibit in 1996. Santa - Ysabel Art Gallery's annual plein air landscape, show is a celebration and continuation of located at 30352 Hwy 78 at Hwy the tradition of California 79 in Santa Ysabel, 7 miles below Julian. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11 AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. For more information call 760/765-1676. Impressionism and plein air painting in California. The group of artists in this Santa Ysabel Gallery exhibit are a stable group of painters returning to show their work year after year, all of them painting in the San Diego county mountain area as well as Adele 10 CHANNELS ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: iT:i!ili:::ii Joe Gar ia Andrea Stan Catherine Grawin Jemel Hubbell ~ ]i / Grant Hughem . ~~ ~ f Pat Kelly ~ i! t ~ott Kuhn~ ! Margaret Ladham ~ t Ken. Robertl~ ; ~, Stsn ~Sowam,ki SANTA YSABEL ! ~ GALLERY r : At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery,- June 18 through July 24, 2005, will be Plain Air X: The Tenth Annual Plain Air Exhibition. This popular annual show features 14 plein air painters, all professional artists who paint plein air landscapes in San Diego county for their own enjoyment, as well as a means of making a living (plein air means painted from life, in this case landscapes). Reception for the artists is Saturday, June 18, 4 -8PM. The public is invited. Admission is free. California is an inspiring subject for a painter. In southern California the light of the coastal counties creates unique atmospheric effects. The landsca )e is quieted by the moisture in the air near the coast, which softens values, adding violets to the shadows and sunlit areas. The early painters who painted 'en plein air' in California at the beginn!ng of the 20th century, painters like Guy Rose, Edgar P'ayne and San Diego's Maurice Braun, were inspired by the feel and vibrancy of color in the landscape paintings of the then emerging French . Impressionists. They responded to the French painters with a style of painting that they called California Impressionism. 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IPR is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation established to provide a non profit tax-exempt :: status for charitable groups in the Julian area. Currently IPR is composed of Pony Baseball, Julian Junior Theater, Julian Assistance Committee, and Jess Martin Park. All citizens of Julian and the surrounding area are eligible, and encouraged, to vote and be a part of IPR's Executive Board. Positions open for election are: Corporate President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Park Development Committee . Chair, Skatepark Commissioner, Facilities Commissioner, and Playground Committee Chair. If you would like to be a part of the board or vote, please call Becky Hatch at 765-3675 and come to the June meeting. If you feel you or someone you know could contribute to these programs, please feel free to come to the June meeting or contact any of the above mentioned programs - your'help would be greatly appreciated. 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