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August 27, 2014 JULL 911 careful WhereYu O Local G00erience 5 ince 1 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 mZ WE-8690A nn 9 ,i \\; y, i A Gathering Place for Coffee, Good Eat and Friends Shaded, dog friendly patio OPEN DAILY RW,, Weekdays - 5am to 5ish Weekends - 7am to 5ish Shooting Prohibited BLM has posted stgns and CALFire is warning all of fire danger from shooting. Each year, CAL FIRE experiences an increase in fires caused by recreational shooting across San Diego County. The General Fire in 2013 was caused by target shooting, and this past weeknd, a 20 acre wildland fire near the California/Mexico Border was also caused by target shooting. On average, fire suppression costs for shooting related incidents in San Diego County cost over two million dollars a year. The multi-year drought combined with the significant lack of rainfall, has caused the fuel conditions throughout San Diego County to be at critically dangerous levels. On June 20, 2014, a "High Fire Hazard" Proclamation was issued by CAL FIRE for all State Responsibility Areas within San Diego County. As a result, shooting restrictions were put into effect making it unlawful for any person to discharge a firearm within State Responsibility Areas during this period. Health and Safety Code Section 13009 states: "Any person who negligently, or in violation of the law, sets a fire or allows a fire to. be set is liable for the fire suppression costs incurred in fighting the fire and for the cost of providing rescue or emergency medical services, and those costs shall be a charge against that person". E1 - Grand Opening For The Community Lion's Club Horseshoe Tournament We have finally selected a date to celebrate the grand opening of Julian High School's new Science Building! After 11 years of not having a building for our students and staff-- the new science wing is finally here!!! The Little Theater has also received significant enhancements and renovation! Julian High School grand opening of mew science wing Tuesday, September 23 at 6 PM, in the main quad/flagpole area There will be a few short speeches, a ribbon cutting/opening, self-guided tours of the New Building and the Little Theater, and light snacks! Frank Lane Park(behind the Volunteer Fire Station) will be where the action is on Sunday, September 7th. The second annual Lion's Club Horseshoe Tournament will start signing up "pitchers" at nine o'clock that morning for a day of clanks and ringers. To participate have your $20 registration fee ready and be over the age of 12. There will be a blind draw for teams. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top 3, 75% of registration will go to prize money. There will also be a Lion's club BBQ with Pulled Pork plates and sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs, beer and soft drinks. All proceeds will go to Lion's Club charities, additional donations are encouraged. Come out on Sunday for a day of fun and a game or 2 of "shoes to benefit a good cause. The Julian News 3 Julian Town Hall Restoration Project by Patti Thornburgh Julian's new Honorary Mayor, Stacy Peyakov, kicked off her term of office at the Julian Town Hall Restoration Project's FUNdraiser at Wynola Pizza & Bistro last Wednesday evening. Mayor Peyakov invited the community to a "meet & greet" at the FUNdraiser, offering, "If you don't know me, your new Honorary Mayor, we will put your name into a lovely hat for a door prize gift basket from Wynola Flats." The winner of the beautiful basket of gifts was Katherin Dupre of Kat's Yarn and Craft Cottage, located at 2112 Fourth Street in Julian. The Julian Town Hall Restoration Project has raised $12,059.22 for the.restoration/renovation project. The Mayoral Race netted over $9,300.00, the spaghetti dinner, arranged to announce the new mayor at Menghini Winery, netted almost $2,000.00. A variety of FUNdraising projects are currently in the works, as well as a pledge drive. More information about the pledge drive will be published in the Julian News. Kathrerine Dupre, owner of Kat's Yarn and Craft Cottage won the "Mayor's invite" challenge at the Julian Town Hall Restoration Project FUNdraiser The next event for the Julian Town Hall Restoration Project (JTHRP) is not a FUNdraiser, but just for FUN! For those of you who don't know, this year marks the 100th anniversary of our current Town Hall building. In celebration of this milestone, the JTHRP is hosting a 100th Celebration Potluck Supper and Dance at the Town Hall on September 19th at 6:00 PM. The people of Julian used the Town Hall for frequent dances in years past and we hope all of Julian will attend for an evening of good food and fun, while we attempt to recreate that sense of family and community. Guests are asked to bring a covered dish, in a disposable container, enough to feed 12 people. A $5.00 donation per person or $20.00 for a family of four or more will be appreciated to help cover the cost of the plates, utensils, cups and beverages. RSVPs are appreciated. We also are seeking talent! If you are musically inclined and will share that talent with the rest of us, please let us know. You may contact Betty (760-765-0714) or Patti (760-765-1961) or visit the Julian Town Hall Restoration Project's Facebook page for more information and to RSVP. Teachers, Staff and administration from Julian High, Junior High and Elementary Schools got together for a get acquainted picnic, Wednesday. __ . L'. ... LE L. "L - ..., LE LK= Z LE . 1850 Highway 78, Julian * 760-765-0370 What A Difference A  CALLING ALL THEATRF LOVERS! Day Makes you are VERY excited at the reopening of the Little Theatre! students and are as kxKThe I just excited to develop a strong and successful drama program! If you would like to get involved in the DRAMA program, please plan to attend an informal meeting on August 27 th at 6pm. The goal of this meeting is to establish some goals for the year, take stock of our community resources, brainstorm and throw around ideas! If you're as excited as I am (or a little less is ok) please plan to attend! All are invited..students, parents and supporters! AUGUST 27 TM - 6PM- IN THE LITTLE THEATRE Thursday's storm produced flooding in town - here captured by Kate Shockley Rochester in front of the Corner Market The same spot on Saturday showed little or no evidence we had received any rain at all. 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