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10 The Julian News July 31, 2013 PR()FLAM E Serving The Community We Live In For Over 60 Years Commercial ooo Residential ooo Payment Options fGASCheck-rAIP,orA.00,...,,...,_ ' SY, " Trained t]J COUNCIL 24 Hour Emergency Service 765-0130 Ben Sulser, District Manager won't change in that regard as the Warrior Foundation is shouldering a larger financial and personnel load than they have ever had to in the past. The Sons have made a few changes in anticipation of larger attendance. The camouflage and tables will still be up from the Fourth of July event. There will be an additional cooking and serving area on the patio. The Auxiliary is helping out as well by Bill Fink as the Legion. There's going to be entertainment and dancing on the patio featuring local Blake Rogers in the morning, followed by an up and coming country band from down the hill called the Back Forty. Glen Smith will be out there playing classic rock in his energetic style. Music is still being finalized but it will be entertaining all day. When the live music isn't happening, SAL member Ron Taylor will be DJ'ing with his eclectic mix of great sounds when the bands are changing out. One thing you can count on is your Sons, will be out there setting up days before. They'll arrive before dawn the day of the event to start cooking and break down and clean up when everyone is long gone, all in the effort to do their share in caring for those who have taken it upon themselves to serve this country. Unlike the past, all the warriors that this event will benefit signed up. No one was drafted. They all felt a duty to serve their nation and some of these kids paid a terrible price. You being there, making your contribution, be it large or small is going to help a lot. Take it from me, when those kids come up from the military hospitals and Big Mouth says "Ladies and Gentleman, would you please rise and give a warm Julian welcome to our guests" there's hardly a dry eye in the house: So, this Sunday is the time for this all day event. Breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m. Music will start shortly thereafter. A ten dollar ticket gets you eggs, sausage, tater tots, corn beef hash, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, coffee and orange juice. You can take advantage of the Legion bar for an additional cost. You being there is the only missing ingredient and the Sons and Warrior Foundation hope you turn out in big numbers for this great event. It will do a lot of good for the guys and gals who have given so much to their nation without any preconditions or a hand out. Let's help Warrior Foundation and Freedom Station give them a hand up. It's a big event so advance tickets are available through the Sons or at the Legion. A Hand Up Not A Hand Out The Warrior Foundation- Freedom Station Breakfast (aka The Big Breakfast here-in- after referred to as the BB) this Sunday is really getting traction. Sandy Lehmkuhler of WF-FS has distributed her share of E-mail invitations and promoted this event to make it bigger and better than ever. Don't forget that in the past, even though the BB happened in February on Super Bowl Sunday, the Sons of the American Legion typically served around 500 meals to some very generous people. Do the math. Five hundred meals, eight dollars a plate, four thousand bucks, right? No! Last year the donation to WF-FS was about $10,000.00 How does this happen? Well, mostly because of the oft-heard phrase, "keep the change." Big bills in the tip jar. Discreetly palmed checks for a hundred, five hundred or a thousand. Bar tenders, and musicians donating their tips. All for the cause of helping our young men and women who have been injured in Iraq and Afghanistan get on their feet and get on with the rest of their lives after giving so much of their young time on earth to their country. The BB is'getting notice in the larger community of San Diego as well. The Fox morning show, which happens to have the largest morning audience in San Diego, (Io I digress) is having the Sons on TV on Thursday, August 1st, along with some Auxiliary and Legion folks, and a contingent from Warrior Foundation to promote the BB. Airtime is 8:50 a.m. so we hope you can tune in. Of course TV is ebb and flow depending on current events but they loved us when we were their promoting "The Dance" so let's hope this appearance brings lots of visitors to Julian to support this great cause. Seems we have caught the eye of an Internet radio station out of Arizona with a national audience who will broadcast live from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. BigBlendRadio.com will be there early doing taped interviews so who knows, this could be your 15 minutes, or 15 seconds of fame. The radio audience will also be able to donate to the cause by going to the SAL website at JulianPost468Sal.org and contributing through Pay Pal. The Sons remember when this event was in it early years and mostly locals turned out. And boy did they turn out, setting attendance records for Legion breakfasts. Actually it is still Julianites that are the largest group of attendees and the intent is to show how JULIAN supports its warriors. Hopefully things Hear Ye! Hear Ye! You heard it here first. The Legion Auxiliary is planning a big event for September. Chili is on the agenda and the revival of this contest will become an event. Plans are being formulated and details should be available in the next couple of weeks. We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone. Ronald Reagan. See you at the Big Breakfast. Veronica Clark 760-803-3582 We Have Buyers Judy Raines 760-604-1946 If You're Ready to List DRE #01092197 DRE #01350842 Experienced In All Aspects of Real Estate - Including Short Sale Negotiations We have homes in Julian and the back country starting with the price of $125,000. They are in good areas and are all sizes. Call us today for a list with pictures or to see any of these homes. Tips For Talking With Your Kids About Bullying i (StatePoint) Think bullying is just harmless teasing? An estimated 160,000 children miss school every day due to !ii Well cared for senior park, Ramona Terrace Estates. fear of attack or intimidation by other students, according to the National Education Association. 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In partnership with official advisors, including staff from the US Departments of Education and Health and Human Services; and partners including CNN, The Anti-Defamation League, the Pacer Foundation, and nationally recognized academic experts, the bullying prevention campaign aims to put a stop to this common and serious problem. The pro-social campaign is offering these tips for parents and kids to help stop bullying in their schools: Tell an adult: When someone gets bullied, tell a parent, teacher or trusted adult. Talking about it isn't tattling or snitching. It's helping someone out. Be friendly: Bullying can make a victim feel alienated and lonely. Saying a few kind words to the person who has been bullied makes a huge difference. Volunteer: Your school's bullying prevention program needs parents and students to help encourage everyone to speak up against bullying. Say it loud: Ask your school Clean and pleasant to live in. Has community car wash, Community pool and spa. 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Visit www.StopBullyingSpeakUp. com to access public service announcements, two 30-minute documentaries and tips sheets for parents and teachers that offer a step-by-step guide for safe and effective ways to be an active bullying .bystander. The site also provides links to the Anti-Defamation League, Boys and Girls Club of America and other partners providing expert advice about bullying. All materials are available in English and Spanish. "Don't stop there," says Cahn. "These resources are meant to spark a conversation." Seniors Serve continued from page 8 others, and running the program keeps them learning every day. And the senior center is now helping three times as many people who need counseling, transportation, exercise, wellness programs and the like. A New Kind Of Volunteer This project is an example of the power of older adult volunteers. Their skills, talents and passion can make life better for older adults in need. Some are volunteering in new ways, setting their own hours, leading their own projects, and offering the experience they've developed over a lifetime, to help organizations like the Rochester senior center meet rising needs as America ages. The Power Of PowerUP! Through its PowerUP! Initiative, the Aging Network's Volunteer Collaborative, a project of the U.S. Administration on Aging, is striving to create 1 million volunteers in aging and disability services by 2015. To learn more about the initiative and how to get involved, visit your aging or disability services organization or go to the website at www. PowerU PVolunteers.org. PETS OF THE WEEK Perry is a neutered 5 year old blue/white feline who weighs just over 101bs. He is an outgoing, friendly fellow who will stand on his hind legs to touch your hand for attention. Perry is mellow, loves to be petted and purrs non-stop. 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