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te Cuyama Ssr Valley, Mt. Lag Summit, r Volume 26 - Issue 51 Wednesday August 3, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Friday Night House Fire Julian-Cuyamaca fire fighters out in the early hours of Saturday attempt to extinguish a house fire in Whispering Pines. Arson investigators would only label the fire as suspicious and the cause continues to be under investigation. The house had been empty and was on the market. Time of call was 3 am Saturday. Responding agencies included; Julian-Cuyamaca(both stations), Ca/Fire(Julian & Cuyamaca stations), Ramona and InterMountain. photo courtesy Rachel Goddard Pumping Pizza - Lift-A-Thon Marks Start Of Eagles Football by H 'Buddy' Seifert The Julian Eagles closed out their summer conditioning camp and kicked off their 2011 football seas, on with their Fifth Annual Lift-a-Thon at Harry and Sabine Horner's Wynola Pizza. The Lift,a-Thon is a fundraiser to pay for the football team and cheerleaders' bus transportation to their away games. The lifting started off with the youngest member of the camp, Mason Baay. Mason is a second year camper, an incoming 8th grader at the Jr. High. Mason lifted his personal max of 85 Ibs. He almost doubled his max of 50 Ibs. from last years Lift-a-Thon. Mason will be back next year, bigger and stronger, and will be pushing for a starting position on the Eagles line. The Eagles second lifter was incoming freshman Wettim Linton. Wettim's grandfather Shot Linton was a Iongtime Eagles basketball coach. Wettim's dad Clint was an Eagle on Coach Mike Cunningham's football teams in the early '90's. Another Linton legacy. Wettim's max was 145 Ibs. The next Eagle on the bench was another Eagle frosh legacy, Kellin Regalado. Kellin's dad Burr and his aunt Tina were Eagle football stars in the 80's. Kellin was also chosen as an assistant coach for the recent Old Spice/ Philip Rivers Youth Football Camp to benefit the Rivers of Hope Foundation held at UCSD in late June. Kellin pushed up 165 Ibs. as his max. Sophomore Eagle and projected starter Tony Moniz was next up. Although Tony isn't a flashy player, his work ethic and athletic ability allow him to get his assigned job on the football field done and done well! Tony benched 155 Ibs. I like watching Tony play football. Cole Southcott, sophomore and another projected starter, was up next. Cole maxxed at 155 Ibs. Cole is projected to start in the defensive backfield and was a much respected hard hitting DB on last years' Eagles team. During the San Pasqual Academy game last year, Cole's hit on the Academy's leading rusher caused him to develop a "no mas" attitude and he left the game in the second quarter. Cole will be a force to be reckoned with, and defended against, for the next three years. At this point in the evening, a guest lifter, Junior 0suna was invited up. Juniors' lifts were cut short at 240 Ibs. when he tweaked his shoulder. Senior QB Josh Savage was up next. Josh has finished his fourth summer camp and is entering his fourth and final season as an Eagle. Josh set a personal max with a 180 lb. bench press. Josh, is the last of a long line of Savage football players for your Eagles. The final Eagle lifter was Sophomore Nick Massa. This is Nick's second camp. Nick Benched a very impressive 230 Ibs. Nick has also been wrestling at a club level and convinced the High School Board to establish a wrestling program at the school. The evening closed with Line Coach Rob Cranfield answering a challenge from the team and demonstrating his benchpress abilities. Rob did the coaches proud with a final lift of 250 Ibs. Our 2011 Eagles cheerleading squad was there in force and kept the crowd entertained between lifts and raffled off four gift baskets. Mr. Homer graciously allowed the team to use his patio for the exhibition and donated 25% of his evening's proceeds to our Eagles Football team and the Eagles Cheerleaders. Thanks, Harry! This Sunday, the 7th your Eagles will be serving an all-you- can-eat breakfast, sponsored by Squadron 468 of the Sons of the American Legion of the Lincoln Deming Post. The tickets are $8.00 and are available from any of your Eagles Football Players or coaches. Come on out and support your 2011 Eagles and get an excellent breakfast to boot. Plus, you don't have to wash the dishes when you're done! PO Box 639 '"7o   U.S. POSTAGE PAID III Change Service Requested ___jy  Permit No. 30 III =1 J.,,,.cA III Ihh,h,l,,I,hl,,h,h,l,,I,h,hhlh,,,ll,,,,lll,,,hl,l,i Small Town Papers TFN 217 WCota St 1" Shelton WA 98584-2263 low Out At a!!aeyS Ownership Change Is Cause For A Goo Saturday night was a bitter sweet one for Scott Monroe and the folks at Bailey's. It marked the end to a nearly 30 year relationship with the town and the entertained patrons who have crossed the threshold at Julian's only true night club. But there was Scott in his familiar position behind the bar serving it up, restocking and generally doing what he always does on Saturday night, keeping the place hoppin' It was billed as a farewell, congratulations, we're going to miss you kind of celebration. The problem for some was Scott "1 by Michael Hart Go Fish! A Kids Kraft Please join us at the library for a children's craft led by Miss Patty on Thursday, August at 3:30 pm. Children will be decorating a fish in whatever manner they choose. There may even be an opportunity to make a fishing pole for your fish. All materials will be supplied. Bring your children, grandchildren, neighbors and enjoy your time in the wonderfully air-conditioned library. For additional information, please call the Julian Branch at 760-765-0370. "Eagle Fire" At Los Coyotes 100% Contained On Saturday morning CalFIRE officially called the "Eagle Fire" on the Los Coyote Reservation contained and released the mop up efforts back to local authorities. The Fire which began on the 21st ended up being over 14,000 acres and costing over $15.4 million. a CalFIRE Suppression Repair Team is working to mitigate the effects of fire control activities and prepare for potential erosion due to forecasted precipitation. The remote area of the fire meant only one out building was destroyed. 18 Fire fighters were injured, non seriously. Mid week there had been over 2000 on the fire. The Borrego Palm Canyon Campground and the Lost Valley Boy Scout Camp have re-opened. For additional information regarding Anza Borrego Desert State Park Camping and Trail impacts, please contact California State Parks and Recreation. New owners. Vince Marsaglia and Tom Nickel with the smiling Scott Monroe. (above) the evenings revellers dancing up a storm. would have nothing to do with it. Local band "DeRailed" provided a soundtrack for all the well wishers and Scott kept running himself ragged, if he did relax and soak in some of the thank you's and we're sorry to see ya goes, he did it at his usual warp speed - back and forth to the stock room. It was his night and all he wanted to do was make sure everyone else was taken care of, always the congenial bar-keep. Bailey's will now go dark for awhile as the new ownership retools and set up for their opening, tentatively scheduled for September. The Julian Brewery and BBQ. A micro brewery and BBQ restaurant. The Inter-Tribal Long Term Recovery Foundation along with Julian CERT instructors, Johnny and Diane Hake, co-Instructed a two week Community Emergency Response Team course for Los Coyotes Indian Reservation tribal youth. The course began on July 12th and ended July 27th. Twelve students from the Warner Unified School District ranging in ages from 13 to 18 completed the nine unit course. The national CERT program is part of FEMA's Citizen Corp curriculum that was developed in response to the 9/11 Terrorist attacks against the United States. The Citizen Corps program encourages volunteerism, civic duty, and provides training to local communities who can assist with rescue efforts and first response during a major emergency. Preparing for disasters from all threats to the reservation and tribal community is the core component of the Teen CERT class. The Los Coyotes Indian Reservation is located in northeaster San Diego County near Warner Hot Springs and it is one of the most rural and mountainous Indian reservations in the County. During the Teen CERT training the Eagle Fire broke out on the reservation on July 21st and has burned over 14,000 acres providing the students with an urgent example for the need to prepare. Throughout the course, tribal youth learned how to conduct light search and rescue operations in teams of three; the students learned how to use fire extinguishers and worked in pairs to extinguish a pan fire; and Mercy Medical services in coordination with the Pala Fire Department provided first aid and CPR instruction for the teens on July 25th. The final day of the program consisted of a drill-exercise in which the teens Another First For Julian CERT Training At Los Coyotes - A New Teen Chapter by Gina Norte had to respond to a "live" disaster earthquake scenario. Parents, staff, and family members volunteered to act as "victims" for the teens to practice their newly acquired emergency response skills. The program ended with a "graduation" ceremony for the youth and a family potluck lunch. Each graduate, after taking the California Disaster Service Workers Oath, received a Tribal Emergnecy Response Team Backpack loaded with supplies for emergency response. The Los Coyotes Tribal Teen CERT program may be the first of such programs in San Dieog County tribal lands; however, Julian CERT and the ITLTRF are hoping to make the program the first of many on several Indian reservations. Johnny Hake, Teen CERT trainer, told the students that "it was an honor to assist them" with the training. To see photos of the students and to watch a video of the course, please visit www.ITLTRRorg. www.julianca.com