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August 25, 2010 . The Julian News 3 All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial & Residential Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. State License #7o4192 Fully Insured for Your Protection Workers Comp. Ralph & Orva Knudsen 223 1940 The Quilt in Wynola Farms 4470 Highway 78/79 - New Women's Club Officers Ready For New Year Women's Club Executive Committee Includes; (back row l-r) Marion Moore, Audrey Turner, Barbara DeGraw, Barbara Mitchell, Ruth Rabenberg, Oline Kerr, Betty Gibson, and Joye Davidson. (front row l-r) Debbie Bainbridge, Jan Mattias, Linda Ulmer and Carolyn Macky. Not pictured: Edie Seger and Leslie Wade. 2007 Main Street The Julian Women's Club held their installation of new officers back in June. Joye Davidson of the Palomar District presided over the ceremony. On Wednesday September 1st a scholarship luncheon is scheduled at the club house on C Street at 11:30 before the regular business meeting which begins at 1 o'clock. Cub Scout/WeBeLoS Pact 690 Rodriguez Canyon Clean-up Article by Carmen White Photos by Lysa Copeland A week before school let out, the boys of Julian's Cub Scout/ WeBeLoS Pack 690 set out to do their community service project before they took their summer break. Mr. Copeland suggested that the Pack go and clean up Rodriguez Canyon. Those unfamiliar with where that is, it's across from the Banner Store, then you take the Chariot Canyon dirt road and climb up the mountain. Go another 2.5 miles past the Right Fender Ranch and then right to Rodriguez Canyon. It's also intersects at the Pacific Crest Trail. Not only do people use the trail for hiking and 4x4'ing, Rodriguez Canyon is also very popular for target practice. All of the boys in the pack along with their siblings showing off what they've cleaned up. The Pack decided to take this l ii" ..... to clean it up. The ~~!.~ opportunity scouts cleaned up assorted [ items. Everything from shot up TV's, desks, glass bottles, and '.~ anything else you might want to .......... ~ ~!' target practice on. With rakes, ~, ~i~;~ shovels and garbage pickers in hand, we spent a few hours, and a lot of trash bags cleaning the grounds. With fresh watermelon in our bellies and the satisfaction of helping our community, we really did have a great time. I am so proud of our boys. I really think they had a sense of pride doing this. If your son is between 1ST and 5TH grade and is interested in joining scouts, please contact us! Cub Scout Leader is Carmen White at (619) 994-8978. We will also have a sign-up table at the Back to School Night August 26th, 6:00 P.M. at the Julian Elementary School. These are just a few of the spent ammo we collected. Dr. Denny and Mr. Copeland (background) combing through all the trash. nlssima Romano's Ristorante Italiano, located on B Street in Julian, will be adding something new to its Italian dining experience. Beginning in August, Romano's will be hosting a wine tasting dinner the last Thursday of every month. This will be a great opportunity for Julian residents and visitors to experience authentic Italian food beyond pizza and spaghetti, and for small vintners located throughout San Diego County to showcase their wines and the wine-making experience to the public. The first wine tasting dinner will be held on Thursday, August 26th at 6 p.m. Romano's will be pairing up with La Serenissima Vineyards, located in Warner Springs, California. La Serenissima belongs to the John Tiso family, who crafts exceptional Italian-style wines from grapes grown exclusively on their estate. Four of their red wines will be paired with a 5-course meal of fresh, seasonal'Italian dishes that are rarely seen outside of an Italian grandmother's kitchen. Anthony Tiso, son of the founder John Tiso, will be attending the dinner and presenting each wine as it arrives with its course. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how wine is made, what makes it great, and to see the love and passion that Anthony puts into each variety of his family's wine. The cost for attending the wine tasting dinner is only $40 per person. One lucky attendee will leave the dinner with a free gift basket of wines and assorted goodies. Bottles of the night's offerings will be available for purchase after the dinner. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Romano's at 760-765-1003. Julian-Santa Ysabel 4-H Club At Ramona Junior Fair Bella Copeland, grade 7 4-H Communications Officer Blaine Shugart, Kierstin Rowell, Isabella Copeland The Julian-Santa Ysabel 4-H Club is a small part of this small town, Julian, but very productive. This year of 4-H has come to an end, and a new one is about to begin. One thing that the club has done is to participate in the Ramona Junior Fair, from Saturday, July 31 to Monday, August 9.4-H has also participated in the Del Mar Fair and Lakeside Fair. They've auctioned off their livestock, earned awards for their home crafts, and just had a great time this 4-H year! "Livestock" is the raising, showing, and sometimes selling of an animal, like beef, swine, sheep, veal, goat, poultry, and rabbits. Many club members got awards for their livestock. In beef, Rowlynda Moretti earned a first place ribbon in market. Market is when you receive an award based on how good your steer would be to eat. In second place was Alysa Smith, Clint Southcott, Ashley Smith and the author Lysa Copeland and Baily Davis-Scholl with their steers. With third places, Steven Smith and Chelsea Feigel did well with their steers. In swine, everybody got a crisp, blue ribbon, and Cody Perez did very well. In rabbits, five people participated, but the highlight was when Hannah Harper got a third in junior showmanship. They've had some good luck in their livestock this year! Besides livestock, there's Home Arts. Home Arts is the making of clothing, the cooking of baked goods, and basically the art of the home. In first was Daniel Smith with his leather belt. Then Rowlynda Moretti earned first with her jam, and Alysa Smith in second. Home Arts is just as exciting as livestock. The Julian-Santa Ysabel 4-H Club has done a great job at the Ramona Junior Fair. Now another year of 4-H is over, and a new one has begin. Jess Martin Park Rededication Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Please attend a community event with County Supervisor Dianne Jacob celebrating the new improvements at Jess Martin Park on: Friday, September 3rd 3:00 p.m. Jess Martin Park The park additions include a cement exercise path, vaulted restrooms, a shade structure, new stairs and bridges, nine exercise stations, new barbeque grills, "Hot coals" bins, and new Picnic tables. These improvements would not have been possible without the support and assistance of Supervisor Jacob. Please take this opportunity to come by and say thanks! Acce Monday Friday 8 am - 6 pm Satutda 8 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm A Boutique of Unique Clothing, Jewelry anti Gifts (7 o) RI STORA.NTE ITALIANO r "Alex's Lemonade Stand" To Benefit Childhood Cancer On Saturday, August 28th, a group of Julian families will be hosting an "Alex's Lemonade Stand" in front of Rabobank from 11:00 until 3:00 in order to raise money to fight pediatric cancer. 2010 marks 10 years since childhood cancer patient Alexandra "Alex" Scott held her first front yard lemonade stand to help find a cure for all kids with cancer. Since that time, the foundation bearing her name has raised over $30 million to continue her dream of a cure. The money raised has funded over 125 research projects at leading hospitals and institutions, created a Travel Fund to assist families who face the need to travel for treatment, and developed educational resources to help everyone affected by childhood cancer. Through the help of volunteers and supporters across the country and world, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation has been taking a stand for hope for a decade, and is determined to find a cure within the next decade. Come by for a glass of lemonade, baked goods and more information about this inspiring organization. 100% of sales and donations will go to the foundation. Our event is being held in loving memory of Carson Rudick. Please call event organizer Tricia Elisara (3984) with any questions.