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10 The Julian News HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES J ILIAN MEDICAL CLINIC A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Insurance 2721 WASHINGTON STREET JULIAN, C, 92036 (Next To Town Halt) www.ju#anmedicaLcom ii i L ,.,,e, Full Service Hospice & ;i Dementia Case by Case .... License Sctrt|oIr CIre " #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (760) 765-0065 OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM -- No Appointments Just Come In / Now Available Certified Animal Adjusting ., / $30. 00 1455 Hollow OFFICE Monda, Marriages on the Mountain Call Dick Thiken, Chaplain 760-765-1578 Country Weddings Designed for youl Call Rev Les Turner 760-443-3930 1. In 2010, Mike Redmond set a major-league mark for consecutive games by a catcher without an error (253). Who had held the record? 2. Name the last two Detroit Tiger A.L. Rookies of the Year. 3. Who are the only two coaches to guide NFC South teams to Super Bowl victories? 4. When was the last time before Butler University in 2010 that a Division I men's college basketball team played in the Final Four in its own home city? 5. Name the first team in NHL history to have four 500-goal scorers on the roster. 6. Who was the fastest to reach 100 goals in Major League Soccer history? 7. Name three of the four opponents heavyweight boxer Joe Frazier fought between the time he won the heavyweight title from Jimmy Ellis in 1970 and lost to George Foreman in 1973. answers on page 14 Chef's Corner continued from page 6 (raisins, figs, craisins, prunes) 1 medium red bell pepper, seeds and ribs removed, and diced; or 1 small cucumber, sliced; or 1 cup of cooked or raw sliced broccoli or cauliflower florets 2 or 3 leaves Or sprigs of fresh herbs (basil, thyme, oregano, chives, parsley, etc.), finely (760) 765-2100 Form Letter For My Son Please mark all appropriate answers and return promptly in enclosed stamped self addressed envelope. I have not called because [] I had laryngitis and couldn't talk [] I was snowed in ten miles from the nearest phone [] I was in hospital because [] Broken leg [] Broken arm [] Other [] I was in solitary confinement I did not write because [] l had no pen []pencil []paper []stamp [] My dog attacked me and chewed off my arm [] I joined a cult that will not allow contact with my family [] I forgot it was Christmas [] I am fine I am not well because I have [] Flu [] Cold [] Rheumatism []Soreback [] Incurable disease [] I am working [] Love job [] Hate job I am not working because [] Bad weather [] Lost job [] Temporarily laid off [] Permanently laid off [] Hit lottery and don't need to work I have met a [] cute girl [] nice girl [] Still looking for a girl [] homely, but nice girl My car is running [] Good []Fair []Lousy [] l had a wreck My dog is [] Doing great [] Giving me lots of joy [] Causing me trouble [] Causing neighbors trouble [] Eating me out of house and home [] I love you all [] Say Hello to all [] Thanks for the gifts [] This was easy, I'll call soon Love, minced 1/4 cup sliced almonds, walnut halves, soynuts or sunflower seeds 1/4 cup low-fat salad dressing Place the greens in a large bowl along with the meat, beans, tomatoes, fruit and vegetables. Sprinkle on the herbs and nuts. Drizzle salad with low-fat dressing and toss to combine. (Information courtesy of Karma Metzgar, C.F.C.S., former Northwest Regional Nutrition Specialist in Nodaway County, University of Missouri.) Angela Shelf Medearis is known as The Kitchen Diva! She's the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Her new inspirational book is "Ten Ingredients for a Joyous Life and a Peaceful Home -- A Spiritual Memoir" and was co- written with Pastor Salem Robinson Jr. ( Visit her website at 2011 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Educating Children continued from page 7 the challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow. In addition to informing education practices, ASCD's Whole Child Initiative encourages parents and school staff to work together to ensure that each child in each classroom is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged. Its website offers a Grade Your School survey, action alerts, newsletters and podcasts to provide parents the tools they need to encourage the "whole child" approach in their local schools. To learn more, visit by Bill Fink Liberty, In God We Trust, E. Pluribus Unum I love the 4th of July or more aptly, the celebration of Independence Day. The 4th is the day that Americans declared 'independence from England and George II1. The fledgling colonies and people were going to rule themselves and would no longer would they be part of a far-flung empire whose purpose was to enrich the Crown. Over one hundred and fifty years prior to that, the independent die of America was cast by a group of about 100 pilgrims who sailed from England to escape the religious tyranny of James I. Landing in Plymouth Massachchusetts at the start of winter caused tremendous hardship, but the spirit, industriousness, hard work and tolerance of these people caused them to thrive. In many ways these American ancestors laid the basis for the country that was yet to come. Other countries of the world were and are, defined by ethnicity, nationality, religion or geography. In 1776, America was a country that was created by a set of ideas. *Liberty, in America we are free to pursue our dreams and to go as far in life as hard work and good luck will take us. *In God We Trust, our rights and liberties are granted by a creator, they are innate to us as human beings; other people cannot take them away. *E. Pluribus Unum, Latin, meaning from many, One. In America we are people of every religious, ethnic, cultural, racial and national Origin of the entire world and yet we are all Americans. The 4th of July is a time to celebrate America's greatness without denying its faults. It is a tradition all our own and a chance to rekindle our relationship with our Founders, those brilliant, far sighted heretics of the status quo of the World. It is a time to reconnect with the history and the memories of the Americans before us, that built, defended and created a way of life the world has never seen. It is a tradition that should not be lost and if parades, Bar-B-Qs and fireworks are your way of celebrating then so be it. Just don't forget how we come by our Liberty, Freedom and acceptance of each other in this great nation. rm going to the parade next week and nothing, gets to me like the American Legion Color Guard that opens the parade. It's a great tradition, in that prior to all the fun stuff that follows, we honor our Flag that is hoisted by men and women who have carried our Banner throughout the world. Our riflemen signify our might and willingness to defend our way of life and aid freedom seeking people everywhere. After the parade I'm headed for Bar-B-Q at the Legion on Washington and 2rid. Food service kicks off after the parade and if you haven't been to this Julian tradition you should plan to be there. In addition to a half ton of beef that goes into a pit to cook in it's own juices, there'll be corn on the cob, cole slaw, ranch beans, corn bread and fruit for desert. Ten bucks is cheap for this large plate of delicious food and five dollars for kids ten and under. Deep pit cooking is a tradition at the Legion event. And speaking of tradition, this is the 69th annual Fourth of July event at Post 468. You're not going to get just great food either. Soft drinks, beer, wine and cocktails are available at extra cost and starting at Bar- B-Q thirty there's entertainment that lasts all day. Headlining the event is Southside Jonny a long standing, outstanding get off your feet and stand country band with a large Southern California fan base. There's a large patio at the Legion, so dancing is encouraged. Southside Jonny starts at 5PM and plays till 10. Throughout the day there'll be a retired military band, the Mountain Tribal Gypsy and another marching band that will provide great entertainment as well. June 29, 2011 B Q is their biggest fundraiser and allows them to continue with great charitable work. Our town merchants come through every year with a great group of baskets, products and gift certificates and there is no shortage of great things this year. You can come through by purchasing tickets. Tickets are a buck, 6 for $5, 13 for $10, 27 for $20, 70 for $50 and 150 tickets for $100.00. For a million bucks you get a thousand tickets and a brand new F150. I haven't cleared this with anyone but if the Auxiliary won't go for it I will, just write the check to me. Drawings will be throughout the day and Another topic rd like to touch you don't have to be present to on is the Ladies Auxiliary raffle. These gals do great things at the Legion, the community and for our Vets and frankly they don't get a lot of attention (once again, no bigmouth). The raffle they hold every year at the Bar win. * Please note that the first few paragraphs of this column have been liberally quoted from Dennis Praeger and rather than confuse myself with all the appropriate punctuation, I hope this suffices as credit. PETS OF THE WEEK This bright eyed beauty is Kekee, a 7 year oid spayed brown & white tabby looking for a terrific new home where she can play, thrive, and be cherished for many wonderful years to come. You've no idea the joy a four-legged friend can bring to your world - maybe it's time to find out? This bundle of furry love wants nothing more than to brighten your days and fill your heart as your forever friend. Please come meet Kekee today! Just ask for ID#A1415926 Tag#CW73. She can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. 00iiiiiil ? ! / / J / Penelope is a 4 year old spayed Coonhound blend, a breed that goes all the way back to 11th century England. But don't mistake this sweet girl as being old-fashioned or stodgy, she has an out- going and friendly personality who might even like to "talk" to you (as hounds often do!) when she has something to share. She is hoping for a forever home with an experienced family who will take her on regular leash walks and make her part of family activities. Meet her by asking for ID#A1414304 Tag #C331. She can be adopted for $69. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. KeKee and Penelope are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information.