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June 16, 2010 S.A.L. New Dance" The Sons Of The American Legion from post 468 Perfect weather, a large enthusiastic crowd, delicious food and a top country band highlighted "The Dance last Saturday. A monumental effort by the Sons of the American Legion with great support by the community in staging this event • resulted in the "go to" party of the year at Menghini Winery. This party is a little different, as funds generated from the sale of banners, tickets, T shirts, food and drink, are funneled back into the community in the ,form of donations by the Sons to worthy charitable causes. Despite the economy, the merchants of Julian and surrounding communities bought banners in record numbers. Paid attendance was the largest it has been and the out of town crowd hearing about the event through advertising and word of mouth grew as well. The tweaking of the menu by the Sons and the new cooking and food service system created a virtual sell out of the Santa Maria style barbeque tri- tip. Including the bratwurst and veggie plate pleased a lot of customers as well. The silent auction of the artwork, of the entries in the contest to select this year's logo, raised funds in excess of the prize money. Thanks again this year to a local Samaritan, who stepped up at the end of the bidding to purchase all the unbid work, not wanting any of the kids to feel their work was unworthy. There was a large group of folks who got there early for dance lessons and were later spotted on the floor using their newly learned skills. The airplane that flew over "The Dance" by one of the sponsors, who dropped prizes for the kids, was one of the new highlights. While the accuracy of the bombing left a little to be desired, the event created a great buzz and the kids (and some adults) were real excited as they° cashed in on the Ayurveda Acupressure Yoga Meditation .... i,,,,,,,i i 1 reflexology craniosacral herbs aromatherapy Lorien A. 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The breaks were filled with entertainment as the Mountain Tribal Gypsy, Jake's Mountain and Malakai all locals, performed to big audiences. Groceries • Fresh Produce • 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 One thing that goes unnoticed year after year is the transformation that takes place of Menghini Winery by a core group of guys that do it over an over again for their community. It starts with the repair and rehab of the dance floor and a new paint job each year by a local guy who donates time and a local merchant who donates paint. The stringing of fencing, lights, and banners, hauling in hay bales, tables, barbeque equipment, firewood, music equipment, food, drink and the dozens and dozens of items small and large required to stage an event like this is a Herculean task. The procuring of permits, printing of posters and tickets and the coordinated effort of dozens of people and thousands of hours of combined work, is what it takes to put on "The Dance". The next day the same crew is there to make it all go away and return the grounds clean. But not to forget the most important thing in this whole shebang is the support of all the people who come to the event to have a good time, and spend money that will ultimately be returned to the community. The Sons say thank you for your great support. A Film On The Tsunami Sparks A Wave Of Interest Attention: All Current & Future Julian Union Hicjh School Student/Ati letes Currently in Grades 8th, 9th, 10th & 1 l th 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. I 1errick and Matt Kraemer for their generosity! Thank You, JUHS! As the film crew returned to Sumatra each year, the survivors being profiled were allowed to view footage from their previous interviews so that they could reflect on their experience and report on their lives since then. Filmmakers were intent on allowing each survivor to participate in the creation of the documentary, letting it play a critical role in their personal recovery process. The film attempts to draw a clear line between the immediacy of news coverage and attention in the aftermath of a disaster and how people's lives are impacted for years after a life-altering event. The end result is the need for long-term disaster recovery assistance. Filmmaker David Barnhart worked closely with partner groups, including The Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, relief workers and medical agencies, to establish a connection with the people being considered for the documentary. Barnhart has specialized in documenting communities impacted by war and natural disasters, focusing his lens in Latin America and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He has also profiled homeless migrant workers in Chicago and the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. To learn more, visit the film's Facebook page or http:// thetsunami (NAPSA)-A new documentary tells the story of the tsunami of 2004-and its aftermath-from the perspective of those who lived through it. The documentary film tries to capture what happens after the media and public attention moves on to the next big headline, while the critical work of healing and recovery have only just begun. In December 2004, an undersea earthquake produced a series of waves unlike any ever recorded. Reaching heights of 100 feet and traveling\over 5,000 miles, "The Tsunami," as it came to be known, leveled coastal communities and killed more than 230,000 people. Ultimately, it was considered by some to be one of the deadliest natural disasters in human history. The film-"Kepulihan: Stories from the Tsunami"-follows the lives of three survivors of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004. These individuals actively volunteered to tell their stories and participate in the making of the film. The film's title comes from an Indonesian word for healing and recovery. Over 60 years sewing the community we live in. I m e e e I 24 Hour Emergency Service ~, L~I~J COUNEIL Ben Sulser, District Manager