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July 17, 2013 WE ACCEPT Groceries, Fresh Produce • Sundries Beer • Wine • Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto. Scratchers • Full Service "Best in the County;' Meat Department • ES.D.A. Choice Beef • Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAllY 6a.m. TO 8p.m. I 76076,006 3272 00.oTssssss C i'!ill'i[ ei,,Pay ..... Phone&Utilities ;- ATM, COPY AND FAX SERVICE ’ J00IAN TP00E COMPel Local E.perience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER License #945348 760"765"2975 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. WE-8690A 92036 _ Riccio's Accounting Service A Non-CPA Firm Quality - Integrity - Confidentiality Kelly Riccio, CRTP (760) 765-4867 Specializing In: One Hour consiiltation A $35.00VALUE! Call for an appointment NEW Clients ONLY * Quickbooks Onsite Training & Consulting - Certified Quickbooks ProAdvisor * Bookkeeping, Payroll, Sales Tax & Workers Comp. * Taxes (Personal & Business) - IRS approved e-file provider CTEC Registered Tax Preparer #A004872 Bond #90-KJ-0211-1 ini'uri" H Business Consulting Accounting Financial Statements Tax Planning and Preparation Corporate • Partnership / LLC onprofits • Trust • Individuals Escabiished 1994  Luers + Dyer CERTIFIED PUBLIC lCCOUNdM'T$ 760 765-0343 RebeccaorJan@LuersDyerCPA.com www.LuersDyerCPA.com Julian Arts Guild Social Networking Workshop .lulian Arts Guild , Uk,, .. .................. .....  .... ,o, . °,.,, ,  400 .,i The Julian Arts Guild Presents a free Workshop Create Your Own Facebook Fan Page, by Martha Ann Kennedy Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm at the Julian Library, 1850 Hwy. 78 Bring your laptop if you use one. In this workshop we will build a Facebook presence from the ground up. • You will learn to make a personal profile and how to make it as private as you wish. • You will learn to build a Facebook page and upload photos. • You will learn how to set up advertising to make your Facebook fan page more visible. • You will learn how to connect your Etsy Shop to Facebook. If time permits we'll look at Pinterest as well free refreshments will be available to all in attendance. Martha Kennedy teaches business communications at San Diego State University and writing at Southwestern and Cuyamaca Community Colleges. She's lived in the San Diego area since 1984 and in Descanso since 2003. She's made art all her life and manages to create art in small spaces of time. Martha is a member of the Julian Arts Guild. Julian Mother And Daughter Score In Library Art Contest Diane and Kayla Linthicum San Diego County Library is celebrating its centennial, 100 Years of Stories, throughout 2013. The Julian Branch, which was one of the original branches opened in 1913, will have its party on Saturday, September 14. The library teamed with Blick Art Materials to host a countywide art contest, which ended on May 31. Winners were announced on June 28. The contest had three age categories, children, teens and adults and prizes were awarded to the three people in each group. We are proud to announce that two of the nine winners were from Julian. Diane Linthicum placed 1st in the adult category and her daughter Kayla placed 3rd in the children's category. Branch Librarian, Colleen Baker was excited to learn that there were two winners from Julian. Baker says, "There are many fabulous artists in Julian and all of the Submissions tell a different story about the fabulous world of libraries. Our staff is happy that all submissions from Julian will be put on display for the community to see." Baker added, "We are proud of our artists as they represent this wonderful community." The first place winners in The Julian News 3 Sixth Annual Julian Starfest Set For August 8-11,2013 Organizers of the Sixth Annual Julian StarFest today announced the popular astronomy event will be held at the Menghini Winery from Thursday, Aug. 8 through Sunday, Aug. 11. Presented by the San Diego Astronomy Association and the community of Julian, the event draws thousands of Southern Californians to Julian to enjoy the dark skies. Telescope and accessory manufacturers, astronomical software, and other exhibitors of astronomical interest will again have an exhibition area from 9 a.m. to dusk Friday, Aug. 9, and Saturday, Aug. 10. This provides an excellent opportunity for expert and novice astronomers to ask questions face-to-face with vendors and often solve troublesome technical difficulties with equipment. The manufacturers enjoy being among their customers and sharing two- way knowledge. Entry fee for the Asffonomy Manufacturers Fair, other exhibitors, a Saturday Astronomy Swap Meetand lectures is $5 for adults, $2.50 for teens 13 to 18, and free for ages 12 and under. Wristbands are valid, but not transferrable, for all days of the event and include an opportunity drawing Saturday evening with thousands of dollars of donated astronomy equipment. Wristbands can be shown at dozerss of participating shops and restaurants in Julian and Wynola for exciting discounts and special offers. A special primitive camping opportunity exists for tent campers and RVs for up to three nights at the beautiful winery. Camping fees, which include daily admission to the events on site, are $30 per adult, $15 per teen and free for those 12 and under. Reservations for camping can be made online at www.julianstarfest.com, by mail (forms on web site), or at the gate. Camping regulations, including no open fires, are stated on the website. Food will be provided by "Catering and Moor" a local Julian Caterer on Friday evening as well as all day Saturday and Sunday morning. Perhaps the most popular aspect of previous StarFests has been the free Saturday night stargazing offered by those who have telescopes present, as well as manufacturers. Also available is a live video feed from a telescope into a darkened tent so that you can see what the telescope is looking at in near real-time. Providing this for both Solar and nighttime viewing will keep you from having to stand in line to look through an eyepiece at a telescope. The Star Party runs from dusk to 10:30 p.m. Saturday. Please bring a low-level red light, to protect night vision, while walking around the area. Red cellophane to cover flashlights as well as inexpensive key chain red flashlights will be available. Parking is limited so please carpool to limit vehicle traffic at the event. Visit the Julian StarFest web page for more information about camping, schedule of speakers,• and other activities: http://www. julianstarfest.com or visit us on Facebook. Net proceeds from the event will go .to support the nonprofit San Diego Astronomy Association's astronomical education and outreach and-future StarFest events. each age group will have their artwork featured on bookmarks distributed at all County Library locations and all nine winners received prizes and will be featured in a rotating art exhibit at branches throughout the county. We celebrate the winners from this community along with all of the selected winners. The top winners in the kids' category are Irene Huang, first place, Del Mar Branch; Clara Truong, second place, San Marcos Branch; and Kayla Linthicum, third place, Julian Branch. The top winners in the teen category are Meagan Moschetti, first place, El Cajon Branch; Khadijah Amatur- Raheem, second place, Lemon Grove Branch; and Meilynn Shi, third place, 4S Ranch Branch. In the Adult category, the top winners were Diane Linthicum, first place, Julian Branch; Carla Bange, second place, Poway Branch; and Luis Fernando Esparza, third place, San Marcos Branch. For more information or to view a slide show of all award winners and those receiving honorable mentions, please visit www. sdcl.org/centennial or wait until September when we have the art on display at the Julian branch. PI00OI:I_AM I ServingThe Community We Live In For Over 60 Years Commercial OoO Residential oO • Payment Options m iates Open 7 Days 7a,m, to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 c!oseci Sat & SL C; .... Trained Lq,l COUNCIL 24 Hour Emergency Service HOME SERVICES CeIebrating 100 of i e'r'u'ce Strachota I Grading, Demolition, ! 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