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The Only Weekly Newsoer Serving the Backcoun Communitiesof Julian, Cuyamaca, Mt. Lagun War , Volume 28 - Issue 03 Wednesday August 29, 2012 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 II 0 N ]) 1 Y Festa Time ..... OR Saturday At 00Ay[ 16th Annual Grape Stomp u r e grapes get stomped at Menghini Winery for the 16th annial Grape Stomp and Festa. The even which serves as the major fund rasing function for the Chamber of Commerce. The gates will Guild Presents open at 11 in the morning and "Labor of Love" Starting Friday At Town HII The Julian Arts Guild's annual Labor Day Show will be held at the Julian Town Hall (on the corner of Washington and Main, by the Stop Sign) August 31- Sept. 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. This year's theme is "Labor of Love" and the show is free and open to the public. The show will feature diverse artistic media including oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, drawings in pen and ink, photography, collage, assemblage and sculpture and local artists will be available to talk about their work. The works are for sale. The Julian Arts Guild came into existence over 30 years ago and has been active in the area since then. Its purpose is to bring together artists, artisans and other interested persons in the community and region for professional, and social purposes and to stimulate interest in art of the community at large. The Guild provides a vehicle, through sponsored events, for the display and demonstration of works produced by its members. Over; the years the guild has grown into a registered non- profit organization with semi- annual art shows, workshops, demonstrations, and speakers at the monthly meetings. More information about the Guild is available at www.julianartsguild. com. And The Candidates Are... Sort Of The Registrar of Voters has released the final candidates list for the November 6th Election. Along with the election of the President we will also be voting on our US Representative in the newly realigned 50th congressional district, and a new 71st State Assembly District. With the new top two primary held in June only two candidates qualify in each race (outside the Presidency) Locally we will have very little to cast a ballot on as most seats on the various boards did not qualify enough candidates to warrant an election and in many cases seats will now be filled by appointments, made by the particular board. The Elementary School will see Mark Romero and Eileen Tellam on the board and the High School will have Eric Fleet returning, but a vacant seat will need to be filled. The Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District will return three board members, the Julian Community Services District will return two. The Julian Planning Group will be looking to fill two seats as only four people filed for continued on page 9 your $10 admission get you into the ground where you can taste the offerings of ten of San Diego Counties Wineries (Blue Door Winery, Eagle Nest Winery, Hawk Watch Winery, Orfila Vineyards, Orrin Winery, Shadow Mountain Vineyards, Schwaesdall Winery, Witch Creek Winery, Woof 'n Rose Winery, Country Cellars and Menghini Winery). Over 16 food and merchandise vendors will be on hand, along with Bocce Ball, a jolly jump for the kids and all day the music from Roman Holiday wil permeate the countryside. The blessing of the grapes is high noon and then the stomping begins. With two tons of grapes (that will be made into next years souvenir vintage) poured into the barrels, ready for clean feet, Neapolitan dance, good old fashioned squushing. Those under 20 are only $5 and children under 5 are free at the gate. Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA, 92036 Change Service Requested PRESORTED STANDARD 00E00'III PERMIT NO. 30111 JULIAN, CA ill Music On The Mountain II,h,h,l,,I,hl,,h,h,l,,I,h,l,hlh,,,ll,,,,llh,,I,I,hl Small Town Papers TFN 217 WCota St iV Shelt0n WA 98584-2263 Get Ready For Eagles Football Friday Is Season Opener by ,H" "Buddy" Seifert The Eagles of Fall 25 yard reception over a Caiman Classical s turn behind the ball Or Let it Rip, Boys defender. On the following play, started with a rush for a 1-yard "...When I feel that chill, smell Ronnie took a shot and fumbled loss. Ourdefenseseemedtolose that fresh cut grass/rm back in the ball away and we're back to their focus and allowed 19 yards my helmet, cleats and shoulder the 40. Hunter chucked a dart to of rushing on the next 2 plays. pads..." Thank you, Kenny Kellen for 15 yards, but a young The Eagles tackling prowess Chesney. and porous O line let the bad guys disappeared for the rest of the Our Eagles of the Fall took into the backfield where Ronnie Caiman's possession, allowing flight on Friday, playing 30 play lost a yard, Hunter was forced to 4 rushing TD's on 136 yards of throw an incompletion on the run and then Hunter was sacked for losses on the next two plays. As with the NFL, we're working with new, inexperienced referees and an utterly fantastic and imaginary offensive pass interference call was thrown against Tah. rushing. Our young team had quite a case of "nerves". Our Eagles have a young team with only 4 seniors this season and two of the seniors are playing their first season. "...Standing in the huddle listening to the call/Fans going The young Eagles getting their first action at the multi-team scrimmage Friday at home. photo by Albie Stark scrimmages with the Classical Academy Caimans, The Foothills Christian Royal Knights and the San Pasqual Academy Dragons. Our Eagles started off the scrimmage with a series of 15 offensive plays against a 560-student Escondido area charter school, the Classical Academy Caimans. Senior speedster RB Ronnie Jones took a hand off and picked up 2 yards to the Caimans' 38. He was mowed down with a 1-yard gain on the Eagles second play from scrimmage. Junior Wide Receiver Tony Moniz went upstairs and snagged a tight spiral from Junior QB Hunter McConnell for 16 yards, but the Eagles ran out of gas after two runs for -2 yards and an incompletion. The ball was reset on the 40 an they're off again... An incomplete pass to Tony and our Soaring Eagle Senior WR Tah Beresford took away a for- sure Caiman pick and made a Mr. Gregory Page Returns To The Library Tuesday Gregory Page is returning to Julian! The Julian Library is honored to present Gregory Page at a Music on the Mountain concert on Tuesday, September 4, at 6:00 pm. Page originally performed at the library over a year ago, and immediately won a loyal following from the audience. A singer-songwriter, his unique style, compelling lyrics, winning personality, and his smooth vocals delighted and enchanted listeners. He followed his library concert with a performance at Wynola Pizza. He recently contacted our librarian, Colleen, and asked if he could return for another performance with Music on the Mountain. Of course, she did not hesitate for a moment to schedule him! Growing up in London, Page was surrounded by family members who performed and recorded swinging Jazz music. He was heavily influenced by AI Bowlly, Glenn Miller, Hoagy Carmichael, and Cole Porter. As a teenager, he dreamt about the day that he would grow up to become a female African- American blues singer like his hero, Billie Holiday. Page has released 21 albums as well as a book of poetry, short stories, and lyrics. His most recent album, "Shine, Shine, Shine," was recorded with a 22 piece Big Band, and is a collection of elegant tunes harkening back to an earlier era. Of the ten songs on "Shine, Shine, Shine", Page wrote the music and lyrics for nine. The exception is "What'll I Do?" by Irving Berlin. (Moreover, the title track contains a portion of "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?") Page's songs, written while he was touring in Australia in 2011, capture the innocence, crazy for the boys of fall..." We have played the Foothills Christian Royal Knights for the )ast 6 years. Ronnie's first rush was for no gain, but a tight spiral from Hunter to Tah picked up a quick 14 yards. Ronnie was stopped cold on the next play, a quick pass to Kellen picked up 5 yards. Rookie Junior RB Brian Garcia took the first handoff of his Eagles career, but was tripped up in the backfield for a 1-yard loss. Hunter went down with a sack, but Ronnie turned it up on the next play with a 12- yard scamper through a forest of Royal Knights. Coach White, trying to see into the future, put Tah in at QB to give Hunter a breather. Tah's first play from scrimmage was marred by an illegal formation penalty, but Ronnie picked up a hard fought 5 yards followed by Sophomore RB Darren Duffy's quick pickup of a yard. Tah chucked rock to Darren for another 8, Brian picked up positive yardage and Ronnie scrambled for another 18 yards. And that was the end of that series. The Eagles were picking up steam and playing as a team now. The Royal Knights' 15-play possession started with an incomplete pass, but Foothills put two plays together for 40 yards and a touchdown. Foothills was successful on the next three plays for a 31 yard advance, but and incompletion and a 5 yard deep sack by Michael Lara pushed the ball back to the Eagles 23. Unfortunately for you Eagles, Foothills was able to cut through the young arm-tackling defense for a 23 yard score. Our starters went back to their experienced lineup and shut down the Knights on their last four plays of their possession. "...They didn't let just anybody in that club/Took every ounce of heart and sweat and blood..." For the final scrimmage of the continued on page 7 grace, and joy of the early 20th century. Page is an unapologetic dreamer who from an early age has found an escape in music. His wistful longing for a bygone musical era borders on fantasy, but his beautifully crafted songs - and the sincerity and passion with which he performs them - draw the listener into his seductive world. This is not merely a nostalgia album, or a tribute to the big band era. Page's goal is to go back in time, and he succeeds. All of the tracks on "Shine, Shine, Shine" have the uncanny ring of vintage tunes. The result of Page's ambitious project is an extremely )tember 4 th entertaining collection of period songs, wonderfully performed by a stellar cast of musicians. Page's website states that he is "a product of his own imagination." Page's imagination is indeed a delightful place to visit. Please join us at the Julian Library on Tuesday, September 4, at 6:00 pm, to enjoy the incomparable Gregory Page! The concert is free of charge, paid for by the Friends of the Julian Library through your membership dues, donations, and bookstore purchases. The library is located at 1850 Highway 78, Julian. For more information please call the library at 760-765-0370. Julian Eagles Athletics Football Friday, August 31 HOME Borrego 3:30 Friday September 7 away Hamilton 7PM Friday, September 14 HOME San Pasqual Valley 3PM Friday, September 21 away Calvin Christian 7PM Friday, September28 HOME Sherman Indian School Teacher & Staff Appreciation Day 3PM Saturday, October 6 away Classical Academy @ Orange Glen H$ 7 PM Friday, October 12 HOME Calvary Christian HOMECOMING 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October19 HOME San Pasqual Academy Senior Night - 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 26 away Borrego 7PM Friday, November 2 away Vincent Memorial 7PM Volleyball Tuesday, September 4 away Classical Academy High School at East Valley Community Center 4:30 Thursday, September 6 away Ocean View Academy Saturday, September 8 Joshua Springs Tournament Joshua Springs TBA Tuesday, September 11 HOME St Joseph Academy Friday, September 14 HOME Warner Springs High School Wednesday, September 19 HOME Calexico Adventist Mission ; School Friday, September 21 HOME Borrego Springs High School Saturday, September 22 Pacific Ridge Tournament TBA Monday, September 24 Escondido Adventist away 5:30 Wednesday, September 26 Vincent Memorial High away CrossCountry Saturday, September 1 Vaquero Stampede at Lindo Lake Park Frosh-Soph Girls 11:50 a.m. Frosh-Soph Boys 12:10 p.m. Junior-Senior Girls 12:30 p.m. Junior-Senior Boys 12:50 p.m. Friday, Septemeber 7 Mustang/East Hills Realt Cross Country Invitational Saturday, September 15 Mt.Carmel Movin Shoes Invitational Friday, September 21 Citrus League #1 at Julian Friday, October 5 Citrus League #2 ' at Lake Morena Friday, October 19 Citrus League #3 at Guajome Park Friday, November 2 Citrus League #4 at Borrego Friday, November 9 Citrus League Finals at Lake Morena Saturday, November 17 * San Diego CIF Finals at Morley Field Juhan Music Festival Saturday, September 15 - Menghimi Winery