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August 18, 2010 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial 3cebook Mo00Ht00in Trib00 7 1oio wbe,e: Sr vdle ool "what Time: 6:00-, 7:oopm w6:/or .. a. Exercise/ to challenge an empower ourse[[ fo, "Saving te p[anet one be[[ at a time" Beginning Belly Dance Class Call Toni (760- 765-1905) for pre-registration and information Class fee for the 8 weeks is $40.00 - Due on first nieht class June 10 th It's the end of Summer Time - a time to be cool and have fun doing it! No performances required P Evidence Unearthed At Legendary Pioneer's Homestead Nate Harrison is a legendary pioneer in San Diego County's history, homesteading his Palomar Mountain property in 1893. Over the years numerous stories were told about Harrison and dozens of photographs taken until his death in 1920. Anthropologist, Kristin Tennesen, conducted research at Nate Harrison's homestead under the direction of Dr. Seth Mallios of San Diego State University. Kristin's focus is aimed at answering the questions "What is industry?" and "How can it be defined?" in reference to this Kristen Ten'nesen small-scale, individual site. This was done by analyzing the possible industrious activities practiced by Nate Harrison. Kristin Tennesen has prepared a presentation showing the results of artifact assemblage collected over five year.,s of excavation and soil chemistry analysis. She also analyzed historical documents and photographs. Wednesday, August 25th, at 7:00 p.m., please come to the Julian Historical Society for Kristin's most interesting sttory of research and discovery. You are welcome to ask questions; informal discussion is encouraged. Refreshments will be served. lFhe Julian Historical Society is located at 2133 4th Street. We look folrward to seeing you. Four thousand people are injured by teapots every year. A baseball stitches. has exactly 108 Merchants Association Presents Facebook For Beginers .: i ,,,,- ================================== amm  ......................... By Popular Demand, Robin Boland, Your Gal Friday is offering an absolute beginners course for Facebook. Want to be on Facebook? Hear all the buzz on how it is great for your business? Let me tell you a little story: My daughter and I get pedicures on a regular basis. We are not satisfied with the place we go to, because our polish chips too quickly. But, being nervous to try something new we just dealt with it. UNTIL, our friend posted on Facebook about a new place she tried in Ramona and how nice they were and how great the quality of work was. Well this past weekend, myself, my daughter and my mother all went to this new nail place. We spent about $150 there. And we'll be going back! It will be our new regular place. SOCIAL MEDIA, it gets the job done! August 19th at 6:00 pm at the Rongbranch Restaurant. The class is $10.00 per person ($8.00 for JMA Members) this fee only covers the class. This course will guide you through: 1. Setting up a FaceBook account 2. Setting up a page for your business 3. How to add friends 4. How to hide stuff you just don't want to see 5. How to send out interactive messages that get people involved with your page. 6. Posting Pictures and Links, etc. 7. General question and answer time. Bring Your Laptop if you have one! If not, borrow one! It's a great way to follow along and set up your account during class! You are encouraged to come early or stay late and have dinner so that you can devote your attention to the class. For more information or to RSVP - email Robin at or call 760- 765-2298. Pat Kelly Exhibit 'Summer Paintings' At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, September 4th through October 3rd, 2010, will be Summer Paintings, a one person show featuring new work by painter Pat Kelly. On display will be the still life oil paintings that Kelly is so known for. The exhibit takes it name from the peaches, plums, English Roses and summer gardens that have been the inspiration for Kelly's most recent paintings, paintings that capture the warm colors and rich textures of summer. Opening Reception for Summer Paintings will be Saturday, September 4th, 4-8 PM. Admission is free. The public is invited. A visit by Pat Kelly a few years ago to the traditional English rose garden at Pasadena's Huntington Library moved and inspired her to try her hand at growing the famous and beautiful David Austin English roses. She grew roses and she painted them. The end result of cultivating the extra petal Austin roses are the very admired floral paintings that Kelly has been working on for the last few years. The idea that an artist could enter the realm of a rose completely through painting has a large appeal to Kelly - a kind of 'artist achieves the perfect painting of a rose' idea.. Simple pieces of fruit from her yard or garden, either in a bowl or alone are another of Kelly's favorite things to paint. She is fond of painting a peach at that moment just before it is almost too ripe, just before the sag. Kelly speaks of the still life: "To be done well, still life painting requires tremendous technical skill, yet it can also be very intellectual. This enables a dialogue about life and art that invites us to contemplate - to go deeper. Consider the many events that take place around the table. I like to think of the tabletop as a new landscape and new journey where we see the overlooked objects of daily living with new eyes. In my paintings I use everyday objects that are a part of the tabletop landscape, things that are familiar yet evoke a feeling of time or place. Kelly admires the way the Dutch painters used reflections in bowls and other objects in their work. She says: I especially love to paint silver or pewter serving pieces, such as teapots, bowls and spoons. I prefer them to be worn or dented, perhaps with a story to tell". Pat Kelly currently teaches both landscape and still life painting privately and at the Athenaeum School of the Arts. She has been the subject of a major article in American Artist magazine and has exhibited at the Pasadena Museum for California Art. She is a featured artist on the DVD Plein Air Painters of Santa Ysabel. Kelly holds a B.A. in visual art from UCSD and is a an artist member of the California Art Club. She lives and has her studio in Ramona. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11 AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call (760- 765-1676). The Julian News 3 Acce Monday -- Friday 8 am - 6 pm I Saturday8 am-6pm Sunday 9am-Spin Tip RI STORANTE I TAL IAN 0 An Italfizn Taste of Summer : Wine Tasting Dinner Thursday, Avast 26tb 6p. Sto re Wide Summer Clearance A Bout, iou of UnioLue Clot, hino, Jwlr'y ani Gif't,e (7000) CPUC Approves $120 Million Refund To SDG&E Customers SAN FRANCISCO, August 12, 2010 - The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) today approved a refund of $120 million to customers of San Diego Gas and Electric Company (SDG&E) as a result of an over- collection of funds needed to pay for the cost of electricity. The overcollection is in SDG&E's Energy Resource Recovery Account (ERRA), which was established by the CPUC to record the investor- owned utilities' fuel and purchased power revenues against actual recorded costs. The overcollection is due to lower than expected fuel cost expenses and higher than expected refunds from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The CPUC has trigger mechanisms in place that require SDG&E to notify the CPUC of any over- or under-collections so that the CPUC can take action. Refunds will be made to customers in the form of a one-time bill credit beginning September 1, 2010. Most credits will range from $15 to $25, with some customers receiving more than $100, depending on energy usage and the climate zone in which they live. Said CPUC Commissioner Nancy E. Ryan, "We are acting as quickly as possible to get this refund into the hands of consumers, many of whom are struggling in the current economy." The proposal voted on is available at: http://docs.cpuc. ca.g ov/wo rd_ pd flAG E N DA_ DECISION/121815.pdf. *** He that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper. - Edmund Burke