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July 15, 2009 Amber Crowe Awarded Principal - Bassoon In San Diego Youth Symphony Amber Crowe, a Julian High School Junior, recently auditioned for and made the Philharmonia and Symphony Orchestra groups for the San Diego Youth Symphony (SDYS). She will be performing on her bassoon with both groups for the 2009-2010 year. She was awarded the special honor of Principal, First Chair bassoon for the Symphony Orchestra. Amber is looking forward to her ambassador duties as Principal for the SDYS over this next year. In college, she plans to major in bassoon performance and music composition and hopes to play with a professional orchestra. The Philharmonia, conducted by Jeff Edmons, is a pre-professional symphony orchestra comprised of the most experienced musicians in the San Diego Youth Symphony program. This orchestra is open to musicians aged 15-25 or who have reached the tenth grade. The orchestra rehearses and performs advanced orchestral literature in a professional setting. Domestic and foreign concert tours may be an additional educational component of this top-level ensemble. Placement is by audition and invitation. The Symphony Orchestra is an advanced training orchestra for exceptional musicians. Musicians accepted to this ensemble will study and perform symphonic repertoire at the highest level. The Orchestra performs regular concerts as well benefit concerts for the community. Placement is by audition. Can we get an "atta- girl" for Amber? Ramona Bronco All Stars Headed For Super Regional Ramona Bronco All Stars swept through the sectional tournament at North CiO and are headed to Whittier.for the Super-Regional. Their first game will be Friday July i th at 7"30. Tyler Vargas who will be entering Julian Junior High in the.fall flaps outfield and went 2.for 2 with 2 runs scored in the championship game. Girl Scouts Giving For The Dogs Mikayla Martin and Sara Itogawa of Girl Scout Troop 8326 deliver a check for $205 dollars to Amber Sliffe of Canine Companions for Independence. Julian's Girl Scout Troop 8326 pledged 15% of their cookie sale money for the Canine Companions for Independence, an organization which raises and trains dogs to assist physically challenged people. This year, the 7 older girls in the troop graduated from Junior Girl Scout to Cadette Girl Scout: Cheyenne Bactad, Brooke Hurtado, Sara Itogawa, Livia Limon, Abigail Lopez, Mikayla Martin, and Sara Rott. Girl Scouting is designed to help the girls develop courage, confidence, and character. There are many girls in the community who want to join Girl Scouts, but not enough leaders. If you would be interested in being a leader or a co-leader, please contact Trice Klauber at (760)420-5437. We offer all the training you would need. Consider it an investment in their future! Sara and Mikayla meet one of the Canine Companion dogs in training. JULIAN CUYAMACA VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER I! COMMUNITY APPRECIATION DINNER AND FUNDRAISER THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU 24 - 7 - 365 COME OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR FIREFIGHTERS N FOOD DONATED BY BAILEY'S BARBEQUE, JEREMY'S ON i  THE  GRILLE, THE RONGBRANCH, IlOMANO'S AND OTHER GREAT LOCAL AU A BUFFET DINNER WITH NO HOST BAR SUNDAY JULY 26 AT BAILEY'S 5 - 7 PM $10 ULTS' $5 UNDER 12 i TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM BAILEY'S, THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, THE JULIAN v. CARRIAGE, THE FIRE DISTRICT FIRE OFFICE, AND AT THE DOOR iii:: Celebrating 75Years Of Fun (NAPSA)--It may come as a surprise to some. but for the past 75 years, one of the most enter- raining places to visit in Los Ange los hs been_.the Market Not just any market, however. The Original Farmers Market, remains the No. l tourist destina- tion in Los Angeles. For locals, the phrase "Meet me at 31 and Fair- fax" has been part of the ciV's lingo since the Market opened in 1934. i Farmers Market is a Los Angeles Cultural and Historic Landmark= Festivities celebrating he anniversary include a large birth- day party, commemorative mer- chandise, a photo history book, new cookbook, and the long-popu- lar Mardi Gras, Fall Festival, Car Show and summer concerts. Fun Facts About the Market: Culinary artisans create ice cream, toffee, l\\;dge, peanut but- ter and fresh baked goods every day at the Market. On an average day, emph),,s in the various shops and restau- rants use at least 20 languages as they serve their customers, The Los Angeles Times called the Market, "the number one place in L.A. to spot stars." For more information, visit www, The Julian News 7 Breaking News For Property Owners ' NEW Change To County Zoning Ordinance Makes Adding A Second Dwelling A Real Possibility Save Time (70-80%) and Money (30-40%) adding a rental, Guest House or Home for relative. Call us to see if your property qualifies. We sell Factory Built Homes and offer Hundreds of Floor Plans and Exteriors. Built to UB and HUD Codes and built on a permanent foundation. Traditional Houses (raftsman Style Homes Two Story Homes Manor and Estate Homes Mountain Cabins. Santo Fe Style Homes Come See Our Models 00/00stern00.ndmark 30362 Highway 78 office: (760) 765-4201 Santa Ysabel cell: (760) 580-7355 across from gas station email: Open seven days \\;\ j' tDE00,S 00NWOI)D Qualily Cabinets & Furniture Since 1979 Kitchen & Bath Cabinets * Countertops Remodel and new Construction Furniture * Home Dor Kitchen Cabinet Design Center and furniture showroom 850 Main Street Ramona [760] 788-1560 Second Annual Julian Starfest Summer is here and the second annual .Julian Starfest is just six weeks away! This year's event features more nights and more vendors. Starting on Thursday, August 20th, you can camp and observe for three nights. Daytime activities will begin on Friday morning with the swap meet scheduled for Saturday morning the 22nd. The BIG raffle will be Saturday night at 6:00 PM. You must be present to win one of the fabulous prizes that we have received. We've also added a "Premium" observing site, in the old reservoir to the north of the winery. This "Premium" site is for the serious imager or observer who doesn't want any white light pollution. Of course, the Premium site does come at added cost and is limited to 20 vehicles. Guest speakers will be giving lectures on Friday evening and throughout the day on Saturday. Friday night at 8:30 we have Jerry Schad giving his wonderful astronomical slideshow and talk. Saturday will feature Craig Stark to talk on imaging, Scott Robert's from Explore Scientific, Dr. Paul Etzel from Mt. Laguna Observatory, Dennis Mammana with a wonderful slide show and our own Dennis Friedman will tell us how are moon was formed. We've made arrangements for the local Lion's Club to do a pancake breakfast on Saturday morning, as well as provide lunch and dinner on Saturday as well. Any profit from the meals goes to the good causes the Lion's support. Other food vendors will be on site for Friday and evenings during observing time. The public outreach that was such a success last year will be on Saturday night so now's your chance to see some of the wonders of the heavens through some magnificent telescopes. Admission to the public observing session on Saturday night is free after 7:00 PM, but to hear our guest speakers on either Friday or Saturday, or to participate in the raffle, will require a $5.00 admission for adults and $2.50 for teenagers, children 12 and under are free. For more information, please visit our web page at www., or call me at 760-765-1083. Hope to see all of you there! Dark Skies Scott Baker Town Hall Meeting With SDG&E continued from page 1 San Diego and others. Coordination With Other First Responders Communication and Coordination are Critical - and SDG&E is committed to communicating and coordinating with the County of San Diego, fire fighting agencies, law enforcement and communication companies' and other emergency responders. Mapping and Weather Station Information -will be provided in advance to ensure other first responders are ready before an emergency or loss of power occurs. Enhanced Notification -so that first responders, including communication companies have the ability to respond faster to any emergency or EPSO event. The meeting is scheduled from 6 pm until 7:30 in the Julian Town Hall - upstairs, wheel chair access is available via elevator.