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July 14, 2010

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July 14, 2010 The Julian News 3 !i!ii iiiii " i~i t Services For Lind(] Myers Linda and Randy Myers in costume Linda Louise Myers, age 50, passed away at her home in Santa Ysabel on Friday morning, July 9, 2010. She leaves behind her beloved Randy and their son Scott. She is also survived by her mother Joy Buchner, her sister Laurel and brother Robert. Linda is one of the founding members of the local Julian group, The Doves and Desperados. She is also the owner of Pie Town Gear on Main Street. The funeral procession will ii!i! Hank Show Coming To Pine Hills Lodge Cowboy Jack will be presenting The Hank Show at 8pm, Saturday, August 7. with a special BBQ dinner show at the Pine Hills Lodge. Doors open at 6pm, dinner starts at 6:30pm. The evening will also include dancing to 1950 vintage replica live band and biographic slide show covering the music of Hank Williams, Sr. whose hits included; 'Hey, Good Lookin', 'Your Cheatin' Heart' and Tm So Lonesome I Could Cry'. The show is $50 per person and reservations can be make through the lodge at 760-765- 1100. begin at 10a.m. on Wednesday, July 14 from the library. Wayne and Suzanne will be taking her in the horse-drawn hearse down Main St. We will go to the cemetery for the graveside service and then there will be a memorial gathering immediately following at Bailey's BBQ. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society. Bonham Bros & Stewart Mortuary and Cremation Service assisted the family. The Merchants Of Julian Make Big Showing At San Diego County (Del Mar) Fair by Patricia McConnell A plan was set in motion by Barbara Hedrick, a JMA board member, to get as many merchants showing their talents, discussing events, or giving out pie samples as possible June 30th, a day set aside just for Julian at the San Diego Pavilion, SD Fair grounds. According to the "San Diego Fair" assistant, Julian had the largest merchant showing against other cities in the county. Out of twenty merchants who signed up for the event- sixteen showed up at 8am to set up. Many in the group woke up at 5am in order to leave Julian at 7am. With such an early start the group got to the fairgrounds at right around 8:30am. To get an accurate picture of what the 16 merchants did that day, follow this scenario. Tables were already set up with white plastic table covers, chairs were in place. The merchants were to follow an inside route through the fair grounds to the pavilion. Cars and trucks were unloaded and then the vehicles were driven back through to designated parking lots, that seemed to be a mile away from the pavilion. After unloading and setting up all of the merchandise, fair goers started filing in about 11 am., Before the fair opened to the public, the strong aroma of smoked meats, popcorn mixed with a hundred other smells, caused the merchants to get very hungry. Three left in search of food at Rosa's and the cinnamon stand. The three, Barbara, Patricia and Jeannie were told in which direction to go, but they got side tracked in the animal barn. Barbara spotted a large sleeping sow hog (pig to you non farmers). Naturaily, Barbara had to make a comment which was very funny. She said, "well these pigs do not smell as bad as the ones we had on the farm in Iowa - She approached the beautiful pink sow and said,"Oh, yummy, I just love bacon". With that statement, the sow woke up and made a remarkable and unforgettable noise of her own. That really was one smart sow- she was very animated after Barbara made her announcement. It was 10am and the group made its way through a great food building, after which the three were chased out because it was not open yet. Around 11am the sun finally came out (it lasted one hour) as it was cool and overcast that day. With breakfast gulped down the three went back to the pavilion. The newly crowned Miss Julian(Daniela Retz), Miss Teen Julian(Allison Duffy) and their courts arrived at Noon, their jobs were to pass out Julian Guides to as many fair goers as possible. After the ladies walked off to carry out their duties, many visitors arrived at the Pavilion. Dawn Glass was there to talk about the local Bed and Breakfast offerings, and pass out Chamber info. Funky Spun was present with two spinning wheels and a beautiful display of wool from llamas and angora rabbits. Peacefield Orchards had a nice display of apple related items. Santa Ysabel Casino was there passing out coupons. Julian Pie Company samples were flying off the tables, Julian Hard Cider (Wynola), had two tables full of t-shirts, hats and empty bottles(no samples on that day) Mountain Top Antiques showed off some custom cedar cedar planters and antiques. Mountain Tribal Gypsy turned quite a few heads (wives shuffled husbands away if they lingered too long,). The Women's club had a quilt raffle going, lan from the Melodrama was hamming it up-folks and kids alike loved him. The real crowd pleaser was Smith Ranch, they had a toss the bean bag in the basket and win a candy stick. Hero's sandwiches gave out bread samples, Wynola Pizza and Jeremy's on the Hill gave out coupons or menu's. It was a long day. At 5pm everyone packed up and had their things shuttled to their cars 2010 Car Show Donates At Chamber Mixer JCFPD Battalion Chief Steve Sheppard, representing the Julian Classic Motoring Society addresses the Julian Chamber of Commerce as he prepares to present a check from the proceed of this years Car Show to Johnny Hake and the Board of Julian/ Cuyamaca CERT to be used for ongoing educational activities Brad and Denise with Julian Hard Cider and The Apple Shop The ladies of "Funky Spun" showing their craft and wares' BBB , W Ng & Monday -- Friday 8 am - 6 pm Saturday 8 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm e J All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Friday Is Movie Night At Wynola Farms Marketplace "The Blind Side" will be shown July 16th at 8 pm (Friday) on an extra Large screen between the breezeway of Mountain Beadworks and Julian Hard Cider Company Surround sound will dazzle your ears as you sit on the chairs that you need to bring with you and your family. ........ Community BYO dining - picnic style, however drinks can be purchased from the Julian Hard Cider Company which will be open until the movie starts. This is a FREE event. Last Month the movie Avatar was shown, the turn out was great and it is expected to grow in crowd size every month. Look for announcements Each month one week prior to the next showing which occurs on the third Friday of every month. See you at the movies! Hero's Deli representing Julian's eateries and trucks. It was well worth the good will. Most folks had great stories to tell all of us about their childhood/adult experiences in Julian. TheY said thank you for the memories and that we reminded them to come back for another visit. Mission accomplished. I hope our town realizes that the Merchants make the town work as a destination. We should be mighty proud of the unpaid hours and time it takes for some local business owners to spread the word about this old Gold Mining town. We are unique and should be honored to share the beauty of our area with others. It's our town and home so please try to shop in town. Times are tough for all, but we all need to work together to continue the magic we are protecting for all the visitors in the future. Dawn Glass and Betty Sloan, showing off ;i