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~ ~ ,~ .'~r~%'~--'~:~-Z-~::~ ..... .............. Stepping Up To The Next Level Junior High Promotes 44 To High School by Michael Hart Wednesday night June 10th, 44 students took their first big step toward the future as they received the accolades of teachers administrators and the community. Next year High School beckons. If the comments of the evening are an indication of what is to come the future will be bright and chocked full of challenges. The Timberwolf class of 2009 was credited with being a tight group of friends who had grown together through adversity and friendship. A group of student who challenged each other to succeed while being willing to lend a hand when a classmate required assistance. Although individuals where singled out for achievements, the tone was one of the groups effort to raise up and accomplish the tasks set before them. The student,now have four years of high school to overcome and by all account wil take on the next phase of their education with exuberance and focus. One of the smaller classes in recent years, the Junior High class of 2009 can look back at the elementary years with a great sense of pride in setting the bar higher for those classes that follow. Mr Benson's photo gallery on page 11 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested Permit No. 30 II Ju an, CA I 1 I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 Warner High School Graduates Page 10 Pulling The Pole Last Power Pole To Be Removed In Ceremony Friday - 19th This Friday June 19 at 11am, dignitaries from San Diego Gas & Electric, the County of San Diego, Julian Chamber of Commerce and the Julian Merchants Association, AT&T and USA Cable will celebrate the removal of the last power pole along Main Street. Julie Degenfelder and Wayne Moretti's wsion of a cleaner and less cluttered skyline will have been achieved. This marks the culmination of over five years of planning to finally have all utilities along the three blocks of Main Street(Hwy 78/79) underground. In the process new street lighting, more in keeping with the historic look and feel of town, was installed. Legion Installs New Command SAL and Auxiliary Also Installed J C P G Fills Seat On Architectural Review Board Meeting Continued To June 16 To Work On Community Plan by Vicky Bryan JCPG Secretary Saturday (June 13) the new command at the American Legion Post 468 was swam in and includes (back row) Gary Watts, Howard Simpson, Roger Crossland, Gary Weide, Frank Woloszyn, Don James (front row) Jummy Carter, Thurston Thompson, Commander Charles "Dusty" Keane, Keith Webb. (not pictured) Jerry Bundy, Doug Herdman, Mike Kavanugh. photos by Albie Stark The Sons of the American Legion being sworn in, Jeff Sauter (foreground) continues as Commander. t The JCPG met at its regular scheduled meeting on Monday, June 8th. Two members were unable to attend the meeting and were excused. A quorum was met. The main agenda item for the evening was ~illing the ARB seat that is still vacant. Two candidates submitted applications to the Chairman by the requested deadline date. They were Tim Rasmussen and Tony Romano. Both were given the opportunity to present their qualifications and impression of the ARB role in the community. After fielding questions from JCPG, the group voted on a recommendation of applicant to be submitted to the Board of Supervisors. Tony Romano was the chosen applicant to submit. The group then approved 3 more items on the agenda/ 1) Request from the county for removal of 2 sets of 5 dead oaks on Lakeview Dr. 2) Replacement Map P-08-046 Volcan Mountain Ranch Road. 3) Administrative permit to allow the replacement of a second dwelling unit on Seger property (AD 09-021) that was destroyed ' by fire. The JCPG has completed the Community Draft Plan and submitted it to the County by the deadline date. The County has made, again, some adjustments that JCPG will review at the continued meeting on Tuesday June 16th at 6:30 in the Town Hall. Anyone that has an interest is welcome to come for the final workshop. The meeting was adjourned to Tuesday, June 16th, 6:30 p.m. in the Town Hall. The Women's Auxiliary will have Lori Arter (center) as their president for the coming year. Historical Society Meeting Tour The Julian Cemetery On Wednesday June 24, David Lewis, historian and author of, Last Known Address, will be giving a tour of the Julian Cemetery. Founded in 1870, the Julian Cemetery is the final resting place for many of Julian's earliest pioneers. The tour will explore the discovery of gold, the founding of Julian and the events that lead to the first burial in the cemetery. Visitors will learn about the founding of the Julian Cemetery Association, local burial practices, the loss of, and efforts to find 70 lost graves. You will hear a few happy stories, and some sad stories about the pioneers buried on the hill above Julian. You will learn of the ongoing archaeological studies being done in the cemetery and you will see the restoration efforts in progress. The uneven terrain and rodent holes in the cemetery dictates that you wear a good walking shoe. The evening could be cool and breezy, so bring along a jacket. David will stay and entertain questions for as long as they last.