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The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Springs and Wynola. Volume 29 - Issue 03 Wednesday August 28, 2013 J, tian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Music on the Mountain Sabrina and Craig Tuesday At The Library Please join us at for Music on the Mountain with Sabrina and Craig at the Julian Branch Library on Tuesday, September 3 at 6pm. This fabulous duo brings a variety of musical sounds as they play multiple instruments and sing great melodies. You will love how they interact together and with you, the audience. Sabrina Schneppat and Craig Lincoln have been performing together for eight years. When they first got together they tried to determine what kind of music they wanted to play together." Initially, it was a struggle as they didn't care for one another's taste. When they found their common ground, they started making beautiful music together. Craig sings and plays the guitar, Sabrina Schneppat and Craig Lincoln harmonica and whistle. Sabrina sings, plays the bass, ukulele not only perform music but also on their website: "Music on the and percussion, entertain with their quick wit and Mountain: The Cadillac of Library Sabrina and Craig's signature charm. You will fall in love with Concerts. We are delighted to sound is rooted in their heartfelt their harmonies, the smiles and be the invited performers of the connection which envelops winks, month in Julian." audiences in luscious harmonies They were award winners of Come to the library to hear anchored by Craig's finely the 2010 Topanga Banjo& Fiddle this Los Angeles based duo sing crafted, award-winning finger- Singing Competition and finalists and play for your entertainment style guitar which emerges as for the Tucson Folk Festival in the pleasure. There will be a a third voice in their music. The songwriting competition. Craig raffle of one of their CD's and duo's strength plays into their Lincoln is a three time Topanga refreshments provided. All lyrics that are sophisticated and Banjo and Fiddle Finger-Style concerts are family friendly witty, yet honest and heartfelt. Guitar award winner, and free for all to attend. We The blend of Craig's Come to the show and find look forward to hosting you on straight guy story-teller and outwhich one of them received Tuesday, September 3 at 6 pm. Sabrina's sometimes sweet a bronze medal as an American The library is located at 1850 and sometimes sassy persona Olympic diver. Which one is a Highway 78, next to the high creates a dynamic performance. California native? (I believe the school. For more information, They delight audiences wherever other hails from Michigan.) I was please call the branch at 760- they perform. The two of them tickled to see the following written 765-0370. Changes To Mountain Lion Policy Yielding Positive Results DFW does not consider mountain lion sightings near human habitation a public safety concern as long as the lion is not exhibiting aggressive behavior towards people. Photo courtesy of CA DFW. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has seen a significant reduction in mountain lions killed as a result of new policy implemented in February without a risk to public safety. The n.ew policy allows for more non-lethal options when there is an interaction between a mountain lion and humans. "Last year, I directed the department's leadership team to evaluate our guidelines on how we respond to interactions with mountain lions and bears to determine how we can do better," said CDFW Director Charlton H. Bonham. "I'm pleased that we have struck the balance and are witnessing fewer mountain lions killed without sacrificing any wildlife officer's autho.rity to make the correct public safety call for each situation." The previous human/wildlife interaction policy evaluation was fast tracked after two notable lethal mountain lion interactions took place at the end of 2012. The stories of these interactions elevated the department's need to evaluate current policy and to make changes to allow the use of non-lethal means. As part of the evaluation, senior CDFW leadership met with many interested stakeholders from both sides of the issue. Since the new policy was implemented, CDFW has ordered equipment for field staff to better handle the non- lethal means of handling human wildlife conflict calls. Many of the mountain lion and bear incidents that have happened have resulted in hazing wildlife away from the area of high public use or the darting and relocation of the animal, rather than letha/take. In one incident in January, a lion in Santa Barbara was relocated to the Los Padres National Forest. In another incident in Santa Cruz in May, a lion had fallen into a culvert and could not jump out. He was darted and later released in the Sequel Demonstration State Forest. These are just two of many incidents that have ended non-lethally. "Sometimes you can find a mountain lion or bear in an unusual location otherwise behaving normally," said CDFW Law Enforcement Chief Mike Carion. "It isn't always a threat to public safety. Every situation is unique. We are pleased that this policy allows us to evaluate each situation carefully and to choose a solution which allows a co- existence between humans and wildlife while allowing discretion to act when there is a public safety issue." For more information, please visit wildlife/lion/. Business Mixer September 5 Diana & Don Garretts' in Julian Estates DA Warns To Look Out For Scammers "These scammers are using the legitimacy of a government seal to prey on vulnerable seniors who served their country. They're stolen at least one couple's hard-earned savings in a brazen example of financial elder abuse," said District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. "It can be embarrassing for people to come forward once they realize they've been duped, but we want to help victims and hold these heartless scam artists responsible for their crimes." District Attorney investigators say a retired San Diego couple, 83- and 79-years old, received several phone calls telling them they had won as much as $2.5 million in a lottery, but they needed to send insurance, and state and federal taxes before the winnings could be deposited in their bank account. As proof of the lottery win, the couple received a faxed letter that included theofficial seal of the County of Sa n Diego, as well as a photocopy of a check in the amount of $2.5 million made out to them. The letter thanked the victims "for their service" and said the lottery winnings would be deposited into their Navy Federal Credit Union Account once the taxes were paid. As a result, the couple sent money grams and made bank transfers totaling more than $20,000 to various individuals, believing the money was required to receive the lottery winnings. Eventually, the couple provided their credit union account information and a Social Security number in order to allow the winnings to be transferred to their account. Instead; the criminals www.JulianNews, com Eagles Scrimmage Julian News PO Box 639 Julian CA, 92036 Change Service Requested PERMIT NO. 30 JULIAN, CA IlJlllll'l'l'l'l'l'llllllltll,llll,,I,Illllllll,llllll,,ll,,lllll Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St \\;\: Shelton WA 98584-2263  by H. "Buddy" Seifert The Eagles on the run through Foothills Knights pho'to by Lance Arenson - Our Eagles kicked off their 2013 football season with four team scrimmage on the Eagles' home turf. The Hornets of Calipatria came up from the desert, the Warriors of Carlsbad's Army-Navy Academy came up from the coast and the Knights from Foothills Christian came up from El Cajon. Julian drew Calipatria for their first series of the scrimmage. The Eagles started off on offense. They started their possession with a strong 7 play drive, but couldn't find the endzone. Their second and third possessions ended the same way. Calipat's offense came on the field against the Eagles defense. The Eagles highlight of their first defensive series was Steven Canales' pick of a Hornet pass and he took it to the house. The Eagles second series was against a big Army-Navy team. The Eagles second play of their possession was a touchdown from a 25- yard power dive by new Eagle Steven Canales. The Eagles defense converges onArmy-Navy photo by Lance Arenson - LPAKPhotography. corn The Eagles defense was highlighted by smack clown tackle by sophomore Dustin kytle, a thunderous deep sack by Senior Alex Duey and the entire Eagles defense causing all sorts of trouble, deep in Army-Navy's backfield. The defense came alive! My Eagles started their third series on defense against the Knights of Foothills Christian. The Eagles defense woke up and they were hungry. The Eagles' linebacking corps wrapped up the Knights QB deep in Foothill's backfield that would have been a safety in a regular game. The Eagles began rotating in backups and the Warriors suffered a fumble and sack before their offensive series ended. The Eagles offense scored their first TD of the series with a rockem- sockem 11 yard run by Darren Duffy. They were knockin' on the goal line as their possession came to an end. Football season is here. The Eagles have some 'bailers this year that want to play and win. There are some new faces on the team, and some returning players in new positions that give the Eagles more ways to win. The boys have had their first taste of contact and made it through the day with no significant injuries. The Eagles start playing for real next Friday evening in that desert paradise, Borrego Springs. The game starts at 7:00 PM, under the lights. After the scrimmage, the Eagles Booster Club, with the cooperation of American Legion Post 468 and a cast of many volunteers, served over 300 steak dinners to raise funds for the transportation costs of the Eagles Athletic program. Great crowd, good dinner. Your Eagles thank you. ; The after game meal at the American Legion - sponsored by the Booster Club and a fundraiser for all sports teams transportation. Served over 300 steal dinners. continued on page 9 photo by Michael Hart 1 00.00EAGLETTE00y g, I }u,ion Union High School ,tudc, clt, News Julian Eagles Football Friday, August 30 - 7:00 @Borrego Springs Friday, September 6 - 3:30 @Crawford Friday, September 13 - 7:00 Ocean View (@Mar Vista) Friday, September 20 - 3:30 HOME vs Sherman Indian School Thursday, October 3 - 3:00 HOMECOMING vs San Diego Jewish Academy Friday, October 11 - 3:00 HOME vs Classical Academy Friday, October 18 - 7:00 Lutheran (@Monte Vista) Thursday, October 24 - 7:00 Calvary Christian (@Olympian HS) Friday, November I - 3:00 HOME vs Foothills Christian Teachdr Appreciation Day Friday, November 8 - 3:00 HOME vs Borrego Springs Seniors Day Volleyball Friday, August 29 - 5:00 HOME vs San Diego Jewish Academy Friday, September 6 - 5:00 HOME vs Ocean View Tuesday, September 10 - 5:00 HOME vs St Joseph Tuesday, September 17 - 5:00 @San Diego Jewish Academy Thursday, September 19 - 5:00 @ Ocean View Tuesday, September 24 - TBA @Mountain Empire Thursday, September 26 - 5:00 vs Calapatria Tuesday, October 1 - 5:00 @Lutheran Thursday, October 2 - 5:00 HOME vs Vincent Memorial Cross Country Saturday, August 31 - 10:00 @Vaquero Stampede Friday, September 20 - 3:30 Citrus League Meet #1 JUHS Track Saturday, September 21 - 8:30 Mt. Carmel Movin Shoes Friday, September 27 - 3:30 Citrus League Meet #2 @Mountain Empire Friday, October 4 - 3:30 Saints Small School Invitational @ Morley Field Friday, October 11 - 3:30 Citrus League Meet # 3 @Guajome Park Friday, October 25 - TBA Mt SAC Invitational Friday, November 8- 3:30 Citrus League #4 @Lindo Lake Park Friday, November 15- 3:30 Citrus League Finals @Guajome Park San Diego Section CIF Championships- TBA @Morley Field State CIF Championships - TBA Woodward Park. Fresno .007th Annual Grape Stomp Festa turday - September 7 - 11 to 7 22WinerieseOver2TonsofGrapeseFood, Merchandise Bocce Ball Jolly Jump and Kids Activities Menghini Winery - 1150 Julian Orchards Dr