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14 The Julian News August 26, 2009 Bookkeeping- Taxes BOOKKEEP, NG TAX SERV,CE OR I.~ b4g.1 Sewing: Janet Ryan Morse, CRTP Roger Garay, EA 2065 Arnold Way, Suite 103 Alpine, CA 91901 Individuals Small Business Rental Owners Corporations LLC's Partnerships Trusts Non-Profits Banking I : Checking Savings [ Home Equity : Business Banking ~2033 Main St., Julian t 765-2765 Member FDIC Rabobank Demofition/Bobcat ALL RESIDENTIAL REPAIRS Custom - Sheds, Barns, Patio Covers, Decking and Gazebos Tractor Work. Log Sp/itler. Slump Grinder, Pressttre Washer, Weed Eaters. Chain Saws, Scaffolding Welders-gas, arc. wire feed TOOL RENTALS w/credit card John K. Cox (760}765-4838/ce/t (619)743-9145 License 734652 ',.~is~ Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base elh 619-972.0152 iii i iiiiiiii i tit i Handyman Services Accounting - Tax Planning LUERS & DYER, CPAs, IJ.,P CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS lwcome Tax and A'co~t~ting . Full S~rvice Firm Rebecca Luers, CPA Jcca J~,er, CPA ~crs }}t, ga~ in'lh~ arks1 Personal attention to your special needs Wy~ola O.'nter 4367 Hw',: 78: Suite 112 * EO Box 19.34 JuliaN, CA 92036 Tel:760 765-0343 Fax:760 765-0150 Email: Bull Dozer Services ......................................................... !l ............. Dozer Work Clearing, Grading, Roads No Move In Charges Larry Herman P/ IS Women's History Museum & Educational Center Celebrates Women's Equality Day Second Annual Suffrage Parade and Ball Saturday, August 29th, Balboa Park, Women's history is alive and well in San Diego and marching across the Laurel Street Bridge! It's time to toss away the outdated image of a history museum as only a building which displays artifacts from past eras, offering little relevance to today's society. Replace that with a vision of a history museum as a living entity involved and contributing to its community through inspiration, education, hard work and passion of women committed to equality has repeatedly changed the course of our history for the better. The stories told and memorialized in the Women's History Museum will continue to inspire future generations of women to break barriers." The parade will start at the Kate Sessions' statue, located at the 6th Avenue side of the Laurel Street Bridge, proceeding across *** Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out they've got a second. -- William James Ripley is a 1 1/2 year old male Chihuahua Mix whose owners could no longer care for. He is a little man with a big personality who enjoys his human buddies. His compact size allows him to live comfortably in apartments or condos as long as he is walked regularly. Ripely is young, playful, and can't resist a squeaky toy (what dog can??). Don't be fooled by his "little dog syndrome" because under his tough guy personality is a loving, sweet and loyal canine companion waiting for the perfect family to give him a second chance. Ripely can be adopted for $68. ID#A1284900 Tag#C544 Juliet is a 1 year old spayed black and white short-haired kitty who came to the shelter as a stray. Although a little shy at first, she easily transforms into her playful kitten personality when bribed with a few toys. Maybe you have a Romeo at home looking for a play- pal or you simply have a sunny spot on the kitchen floor that would benefit from a small furry friend taking advantage of the afternoon sunshine. No longer a kitten, yet not quite an adult, Juliet has many, many wonderful years to share with caring pet parents who want to give a lonely kitty a second chance. Juliet can be adopted for $58. I D#A1287065 Tag#CR76 All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Ripely and Juliet are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information. and collaboration. That's exactly what the Women's History Museum & Educational Center is doing. On Saturday, August 29, the Women's History Museum & Educational Center will host the Second Annual Suffrage Parade and Ball in celebration of Women's Equality Day at the Balboa Park Club. The event commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave American women the right to vote and reflects on the "Herstory" of San Diego and the United States. It's part historical reenactment; part community awareness and part just plain fun! According to Ashley Gardner, Executive Director of the museum, this event is exactly what this museum is supposed to do. "Part of our mission statement is to 'educate present and future generations' and this event fulfills that mission very well. It's an opportunity to invite the community to examine our past and hopefully, learn from it. The third decade of this century in America is rich with stories about women's contributions to our society as well as the impact which museums themselves made during the Great Depression. Women such as Francis Perkins, becoming the first female cabinet member under FDR and leaving an indelible mark on our country; Nellie Ross became the first woman to head the US Mint; Mary McCleod Bethune founded the National Council of Negro Women; It's a long and impressive list and we will feature much of it at the event on the 29th" Congresswoman Susan A. Davis, Judy "The Beauty" Forman, owner of the Big Kitchen in South Park and Women's Rights Activist Gracia Molina de Pick will act as honorary Grand Marshals of the Suffragist Parade which begins at 4 p.m. 'Tm honored to be a part of this exciting event," said Congresswoman Davis. "The the bridge, through the park to the Balboa Park Club lawn for a lemonade social. The parade and social are free and the community is encouraged to participate by dressing in suffragist clothing of the day and carrying "Votes for Women" signs. Marchers will be accompanied by vintage cars from the 1930s. Following the parade, The Suffrage Ball will take place in the Balboa Park Club from 6 to 9 p.m. This year's theme, the "Journey to the 30's", will include a look back in time, to the second decade in which American women were allowed to vote in federal elections as well as life during the Great Depression. Participants are encouraged to dress in "thirties" costumes, ranging from railway riders and flour sack dresses to silver screen heartthrobs and music sensations. Just in case John Dillinger or Bonnie and Clyde show up, the San Diego Police Historical Association will be on hand with their authentic 1934 Paddy Wagon. The Sue Palmer Orchestra, Jimmy Woodard of the Swinging Kings and guest artists will set the mood with live entertainment featuring music from the 1930's. The evening will also include soup lines, marathon dance contests, costume contests, bake sale, silent auction and classic cars from the era. The Suffrage Parade and Ball, a key educational event for the community, is produced by the San Diego Women's History Museum & Educational Center in collaboration with any book with a blue dot many other local organizations such as: the League of Women. Voters, American Association of University Women (AAUW), UN Equity Women's Council, YWCA, National Organization of Women (NOW), Older Women's League (OWL) and Voices of Women. The event is part of the education programming of the Women's History Museum & Educational Center. Tickets for the Ball are available for purchase on Women's History Museum's website: www.whmec. org or by calling 619-233-7963. Ticket prices are $25 -$30 with VIP Reserved Tables for $50 with Group Rates over 20 available.