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July 15, 2009 :1 Carving Demos in the a Farms Buildin Community PreSchool Registration Time ,It&apos;s Registration Time at Julian Community Preschool! As summer fun is winding down, its time to get in gear, and get ready for the new school yeart The Julian Community Preschool is now enrolling students for the 2009-2010 school year, and is currently offering a special discount to all students who register early! Julian Community Preschool prepares young children for educational success by offering a school-based curriculum year round. This month they will be learning about Independence Day, desert life, water safety, and staying healthy. They will also learn about fractions through the use of pizzas and pies, and will discover the science behind machines and how they move. The summer curriculum at Julian Community Preschool also includes weekly trips to the Julian Library, and will feature other local fieldtrips to places like Meyer's Orchard, KQ Ranch, and the Camel Dairy in Ramona. And as summer turns to fall, students can also look forward to harvesting the vegetable garden that they planted at the school last springl Julian Community Preschool is always the place where fun and education are combined into one! Its already time to start thinking about the new school year, and Julian Community Preschool is now accepting registration for student enrollment. Currently, the school is offering all students who enroll, and have their registration fees paid by August 7, 2009, 10% off their September tuitionl For more information, or if you are planning on joining your child in on the fun, please contact the school's Director, Patti Rosandich at (760) 765- 0047. "Jammin" Under The Stars" To Benefit United Methodist Church Charity PREVIEW 1-HE DESERT NEWEST PRIVATE COURSE* Borrego Ranch's Tom Fazio Signature golf Course at Montesoro was ranhed as one of golf Digest's "Best New Courses"Jbr 2008/2009 *$7 PER ROUND FOR UNACCOMPANIED GUESTS. iCOR A LIMITED IIkE. There will be a night called "Jammin' Under the Stars" with local band "Jamcodia" performing along with local singer Janice Bina-Smith at the Community United Methodist Church of Julian located at Hwy 78 and Pine Hills Road. The performance is free and open to the public and will be held on Sunday, July 26th from 6-8:30 pm. Ice cream will be served for a dollar per bowl (2 scoops!) and wonderful toppings sold for a mere 25 cents. There will be a good will offering for a local service project called Mountain Manna. This service provides food for local families in need on the fourth Saturday of every month. Mountain Manna has been servicing the Julian community for several years and provides food for over 65 local families. Come join the festivity and enjoy some wonderful ice cream and music under the stars. Santa Ysabel Casino Hosts $3,000 Horseshoe Tournament Santa Ysabel Casino will host a $3,000 Horseshoe Tournament with an entry fee of only $25. Competition kicks off Saturday July 25 at 10am with DJ entertainment, drinks and shoes. Forty-Eight teams will enter the competition. Entries will be granted on a first come first served basis; pre-registration is strongly recommended. After the tournament, dine on the famous $4.95 Prime Rib Dinner at the Orchard Restaurant, located in the casino. Live entertainment will rock the house from 7pm-11pm. For more details, call Santa Ysabel Casino at 760.787.0909 or visit us online at santaysabelcasino.com. The Julian News 3 Commercial O Residential Payment Options 24 Hour Emergency Service Relationships Matter .................. < ...... ::;: +]!> [[GAS[hetk- I'AI-Y, Over 60 years serving the community we live in. .... :.2+i Trained t.J{OUllt 765 0130 Ben Sulser, District Manager 760 Of Bison And Beer ... Jeremy's On The Hill Hosts Pairing Event, Saturday On July 18, 2009, at 8:00pm, Jeremy's on the Hill will host a six- course Beer andBison Pairing Event. All courses will feature hand crafted beer from San Diego based AleSmith Brewing Company and grass fed American Bison from Star B Buffalo Ranch and Hops Farm. All courses will be expertly paired by young chef Jeremy Manley of Jeremy's on the Hill. Tickets are $50 per person and seating is limited. A special behind the scenes tour of Star B Buffalo Ranch and Hops Farm can also be reserved for an additional $35 per person. AleSmith Brewing Company is an award-winning artisan microbrewery that specializes in handcrafted ales in a variety of + styles. Every AleSmith ale is an all-natural, unpasterized handcrafted artisan product brewed using only premium domestic and imported malts and hops, with no artificial additives or preservatives of any kind. Additionally; all members of the AleSmith brewing team are home brewers bringing a unique, small-scale perspective to the brewing community. Jeremy's on the Hill features California Fresh Cuisine and is highly recognized in both San Diego and Los Angeles areas, with publicized reviews in the LA Times and San Diego Reader. Chef Jeremy Manley, 22, and a Cordon Bleu graduate, has been working with food and cooking since the age often. This will be Jeremy's third pairing event with Star B Ranch, with the first two wine paring / bison events selling out in just a few days. "1 am so excited to be working with these two outstanding companies. Working with AleSmith has opened my eyes to a whole new world of amazing pairing possibilities," said Chef Jeremy Manley. Established in 1979, family owned and operated Star B Ranch raises top quality Buffalo breeding stock and produces a line of Grass Fed Bison meat. The 1200 acre property is located in the Witch Creek area of Ramona along scenic Highway 78 in San Diego County. In January 2009, Star B Ranch built and planted a 2 acre hop field with the intention to use the hops for making beer. Three varieties, Cascade, Nugget and Willamette were planted with a full crop expected in two years. "The entire Star B Ranch family is excited to participate in this unique event," said Ken Childs of Star B Ranch. Reservations and tickets can be purchased by calling Jeremy's on the Hill at 760-765-1587. Beaudry's Celebrate 50 Years Art and Pat Beaudry, Julian residents, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary July 5th with family and friends on the California Spirit. The group enjoyed a delicious Champagne Sunday brunch while cruising in the San Diego harbor. What counts in a happy marriage is not so much how compatible you are, but how you deal with incompatibility. - Leo Tolstoy The secret to having a good marriage is to understand that marriage must be total, it must be permanent and it must be equal. " - Frank Pittman 4+, ...... :+,+,+,::,+ * * * ,., . ....  .... Notice of a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) The USDA Rural Utilities Service has received an application for financial assistance from the Pine Hills Mutual Water Company. The proposed project consists of the construction of a water treatment system to remove iron oxide and manganese, the refurbishment or replacement of an 187,000 steel storage tank and the extension of existing water lines to eliminate dead ends for improved water circulation and the addition of new fire hydrants along the extended water lines. The location of this project is within the Pine Hills Subdivision. The water treatment system will be located on PHMWC property adjacent to YMCA Camp Marston property. The storage tank is located on PHMWC property on Pine Hills Crest Rd. and the water line extensions will be located within public right-of- ways and/or private easements. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Utilities Service has assessed the potential environmental effects of the proposed project and has determined that the proposal will not have a significant effect on the human environment and for which an Environment Impact Statement will not be prepared. An Environmental Assessment (EA) has been submitted and approved by USDA. There are no proposed measures necessary to mitigate any environmental issues related to this project. Copies of the Environmental Assessment (EA) are available for review at the PHMWC office at 4763 Pine Hills Rd. during regular working hours, and at USDA-Rural Development, 177 N. Imperial Avenue, El Centro, CA 92243. For further information contact Bob Law, General Manager, Pine Hills Mutual Water Company at (76(J) 765-2256 or Daniel T. Cardona, Area Specialist, USDA Rural Development at (760) 352-4418 ext. 107. IT[t `FI'IT!T1]T]]][PI]][;[|II'MIr1]I]1+`!F1i+Iii; rli ]i:! 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