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June 17, ~009 The Julian News 7 v County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health Ramona Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility JEW: Appointment required- No Exceptions Eective July 2009: Tt Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility loted at the Ramona Disposal Services Transfer Station (_~ Maple Avenue, Ramona)will operate the 1 st and 3ra Surdays of each month by appointment only. Bring up to 15 gallons or 125 pounds of waste per car Please tape ends of household batteries Home-generated sharps (syringes, needles & lancets) are accepted in rigid, closed containers This facility does NOT accept: Business Waste, Tires, Ammunition, Explosives, Large Appliances or Medication For information or an appointment, please call: 1-877-R-I-EARTH (1-877-713-2784) Se Habla Espa~ol Julian PONY Baseball Season Wrapping Up This Weekend by Curt Nelson Christian Dominguez Hits for the Cycle Pinto Division Coach Chris Sanders couldn't get enough coaching Saturday. After his Sand Gnats game he snuck over to the Bronco Division field to "help" Don's Market River Cats and Julian News Bulls batters from behind the home plate fence. "Hit the porta-potty!", he yelled to Christian Dominguez, the River Cats' solid pitcher, catcher, and batsman. It was the bottom of the 5th inning, the River Cats were down 10 to 8, and the blue plastic of the porta shone like a target beyond the center field fence. Christian already had a double, triple, and a walk chalked up. With Omar Hernandez and Jake Cirillo at the corners, he knew a big hit would take the lead. Ka-boom! Back, back, back into center field. To the fence. Over the fence! Home run! 3 RBI's, and, and, and.., not on the little house of foul smells. But in the neighborhood, and a homer nonetheless. "1 told him to do it," Sanders crowed later. Dominguez bagged a single in the next inning to "hit for the cycle", and cross the plate for 3 of the River Cats 13 runs. Unfortunately for Christian and i!!ii!iiiiii:iiiiiii!iii!iiiiiiii!iii:ii ;iiiiiiiii!i!!ii;i ;: Sidewinders' Koty-John Starlin slides safely into home. the River Cats, the Bulls put up 16 runs, led by Nick Stolarski's 4 for 4 and Justin Andersen's 2 for 3 days. The Bulls lead the series 6-2. The Mustang Division TLC Plumbing Storm and Poncho Villa's Rattlers split their two games last week by a single run each game. The Storm eeked out a 17-16 victory on Thursday then dropped a 13-12 loss on Saturday, bringing their series lead to 7-2. he Pinto Division Miner's Diner Sand Gnats and Jerky Hut Knights also split games on Thursday and Saturday, putting their series at 5-4, Gnats. On Thursday, the Gnats' 16-12 win came on strong Don's Market River Cats catcher Christian Dominguez. photo by Cindy Sanders lead-off performance from 4 for 4 Temeshaa Linton. On Saturday, even outstanding defense from shortstop Shane Cranfield couldn't cap the 2, 3, and 4 hit days of almost every Knight, who won 12-4. In Shetland Division T-ball, The Red Tail Monitoring Sidewinders, Mom's Pies Raptors, and Mountain Made Bats all have improved play so dramatically from the beginning of the year that fans have been compelled to travel from as far away as Michigan and Ramona to see them play. The Sidewinders' Koty-John Starlin took home the game ball Saturday for an awesome pick-off at 3rd base and a cloud-raising slide into home. Jacob Moniz scored the game bal from the second Sidewinders double-header day for his hot bat. And Shilo Little Skye Glessner won the crowd's hearts with his signature hop, flip, and flop into - and onto - home plate. For the Raptors, Ty White continued his aggressive, hustling play at first and any other base that needed his help. Billy Jacque Valle's play has come a long way as well. He's learned how to throw runners out at first, tag them on the base paths, and crank hits well into the outfield. PONY baseball continues through Closing Day, Saturday June 20, where morning games will be followed by the presentation of awards and a big or barbeque. This public, as always, is encouraged to attend. Summer " Reading Program Kick Off For Children And Teens On Thursday, June 18 at 3:30 p.m. the Julian Branch Library will be hosting its summer reading program kick-off event. There are going to be a variety of creative activities that children may participate. There will be a couple of craft stations, a basic cooking station, working with bread dough where children get to take home a finished product. We hope to have some surprise musical entertainment. To inspire, educate and entertain is the library's motto. The Summer Reading Program and all of its events are designed to meet all of those goals. So far there are 157 children and teens signed up to participate in the reading part of the program. We hope to get a great turnout for our fabulous programming. All programs will be in the library community room or outside as the weather permits. For more information, please contact the library at 760-765-0370. Teen's Invited to make a Dream Catcher at the Julian Library On Friday, June 19 at 3:30 pm teens are invited to come to the library to make a Dream Catcher. There is one on display at the library. This craft is intended for ages 12 and up and all supplies will be provided. This is an intricate craft, where youth can use their creativity to individualize their Dream Catcher. The legend of the Native American dream catcher varies somewhat from tribe to tribe, but the basic theme or intention was to allow good dreams to slip through the web and into the sleeper during the night while the bad dreams were caught in the web and would be perished at morning light. To sign up or for more information, please contact the library at (760) 765-0370.