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August 26, 2009 The Julian News 7 Shelter Valley by Jean Anderson President, Board of Directors Good News! If we can get organized in time, Commodities will once again be distributed from the Community Center building in Shelter Valley on September 15, 2009. We just need to complete some paperwork with the San Diego Food Bank. A local resident has agreed to pick up the food items for us, which is the most difficult part of the program. Janet Jones will be the Lead Volunteer and she is compiling a list of volunteers who will help with distribution. Thank you, Janet! If you normally receive Commodities, it is important that you contact Janet. She will need to know how many people plan to pick up food in Shelter Valley. Since distribution is on a first-come, first-served basis, it is critical that the numbers are as accurate as possible. Janet can be reached at 765-0596. If you can't reach her, you may contact me at 765-2157. On-going social events at the Community Center: Morning Coffee is every Wednesday from 7-9 a.m. Early risers (male & female) are welcome to stop by for coffee, pastries and friendly conversation. Men's, Breakfast is the 2nd Saturday of each month at 7 a.m. Men of all ages are welcome. This is their day away from wives, mothers, sisters, etc. They do their own cooking and have a great time. For more info call 765-1179. It is helpful if they know you plan to attend so there is enough food. I don't want to offend anyone, but I (and other Board members) have had calls about church affiliations and the Shelter Valley Citizens Corporation. There are none. Over the years, various ministers and individuals have rented the Community Center for worship services, Bible Study and other events (usually non- denominational). Our goal is to keep all Corporation-sponsored events free of religious over- tones so that everyone feels comfortable. Reminder to SVCC members. We will be voting on changes to our By-Laws at the next General Meeting on September 2, 2009 @ 7p.m. Please plan to attend. Debra Reed, To help prevent wildfires, SDG&E*has developed .a broad'based Community Fire Safety Program that includes: i Increasing tree trimming andbrush clearing. .... putting power lines underground where possible: : :i~i~i~i~i~!~!~!~!~!~!~!!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~i~iii~i~!ii~i~i~i~iiii!ii~i~ii:ii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iii!ii!~iiiiiii!ii!i!iiiiii~!ii!iiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiii!ii!iiii!!iiiiiii~iii~ii!iii!iiii~i~i Expanding inspections of power lines and polesi .: ::. : :: : ..... i i Visiting communities and hosting workshops to educate residents about fire safety and emergency preparedness ..... :. ./ Conditions. The shut-off could happen once or twice a year affecting feWer than 1% of customers. To lea about SDG&E's Community Fire rn more ....... .... .... ty Prog i ' " Safe ram, p ease v s ts@e:com/firesafety. ..................... Or callus at 1.800,411.7343i A 2009 San Diego Gas & Electric Company. All c0pyright aBd trademar~ rights Rserved. .... " " ii i Auxiliary Looking To "Support Our The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 468, Julian, Ca. is beginning its new year. Our focus this year is to "Support Our Troops" at home and overseas along with supporting veterans and the La Jolla Veterans Hospital and are other local projects. Last year we were able to send gift packages to one of our local hero's, Travis Fisher, and his platoon stationed in Iraq. This year we hope to double the bags. We hope you will join us for this worthy cause. We will have donation jars available at Soundings, Mustang Sally's, The American Legion Post and Cowgirl Cafe. We will also be accepting donations of hand sanitizer (no alcohol) soap, white socks, Q-tips, cookies (Danish in metal tins),lotion (plastic bottles), bar soap, stationary, pens, sun screen, these items can be brought to Soundings or the American Legion Post. We would like to thank you for your past and present support. First Thursdav Group LAKE CUYAMACA f- First Meeting Of The Year At Julian High School VOLUNTEER Room 4 from 6-7:30pm Thursday 9/03/09 DEPARTMEN of Medicine. Itwasduring herlast In order to provide a more i T 1 I two years of medical school that private and tranquil setting she was inspired by faculty role for her patients, and upon models totraininbothPsychiatry the suggestion by her most and Pediatrics. After beingsupportive husband, she then conferred the degree of Doctor moved her practice to an office of Medicine in 1988, she then setting at her private residence trained as a Pediatric Intern at the on eig ht hillside acres of boulders UCSD Medical Center. She then and chaparral in Ramona, Dr. Jane Tanaka would like you to submit questions for her to address at this meeting. Please submit your questions to Dianne Vile at mountainmom01@aol. com. We look forward to seeing you September 3. The following is part of the biography Dr. Tanaka shares on her website. As Dr. Jane Tanaka does not believe in being the kind of Psychiatrist who is a "blank slate," but instead one who is professional AND accessible, she would like to share with you a brief biography. Born in 1961 and raised on a sugar plantation on the Big Island of Hawaii, Jane Chiyoko Tanaka learned much about caring for others, early in her life, from her parents, teachers, and other mentors from a generous and culturally diverse, working- class, rural community. Having graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of the Pacific in Stockton, California in 1983, she then began her medical studies at the University of California at San Diego School completed three years of training in inpatient and outpatient Adult Psychiatry at the San Diego VA Medical Center and UCSD Medical Center, including a year as Chief Resident at the Gifford Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic. This was followed by two more years of postdoctoral training as a Fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Children's Hospital Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic in San Diego and the San Diego County Mental Health Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Hospital. She then joined PsyCare Inc, as an Outpatient Psychiatrist in Poway, California in 1994. She learned much from the high volume of patient care there. In 1996 she opened the first full time psychiatric practice in downtown Ramona, California. California. As required by law, and per the psychiatric health care standards, the office has a private entrance, waiting room, and consultation room, separate from the residential quarters, due to extensive remodeling. She retired from PsyCare in 2003. She then immediately opened a solo practice in order to offer quality, personalized, affordable outpatient psychiatric care, unencumbered by the constraints of managed healthcare systems. She has served as an Adult, Adolescent and Child Psychiatrist to generations of people over the years from Ramona, Julian, Escondido, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Lakeside, Santee, La Mesa and Alpine, and even a continued on page 11 9 & En Menu Adults St iii [i-tip and fixins Iren, Under 10, $3.00