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September 1, 2010 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Melodrama Is Coming! Can You Fill A Role? This year's Melodrama: THROW OUT THE BARRELS or LIPS THAT TOUCH WINE NEVER TOUCH MINE Original Play by Iola Barbee ~ Adapted by Sandra & Jerry Sladkey, and Bobbi Green Interested in taking part? Tryouts/first reading for the 2010 Melodrama was be held Monday, August 30th, at 7:00 PM at the home of Director, Bobbi Green, that doesn't mean you can't participate, We always seem to need more performers and talent is not a requirement, in fact sometimes it just gets in the way! So call Bobbi and tell her your interested, just late to the party. Actors are needed for 3 male parts and 7 female parts; Hero, Heroine, Villain, Judge, a wacky Granny [*hard-of-hearing old granny who constantly gets things all mixed up .... that should be a fun part!] and others. OLIO ACTS NEEDED! comedy and musical acts needed for the Olio - Acts between the acts. You participate in either or both! Ask  ", " " ' Ji ! your friends and neighbors to participate! Contact Bobbi Green i with names of potential participants. Bribe them, bend their arms - whatever it takes to make our Melodrama a success! Contact Bobbi ,: 3  Green at 760-765-008'1 i !I\\; FLOOZIES NEEDED - Chorus Director, Nancy Kramer with the ,, \\; help of Terry Ross and Coco Leraas, have some great songs and ....  " costumes planned. The ladies will be singing "I'm jist a girl who cain't say no" from Ok:lahoma for our Floozie number and "Throw out the Rum" for our temperance number and a political song (to go with the play) sung to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel" for the middle number. ,tl,  Practice starts Thursday evening, September 2 at 7PM at the Youth Photojournalists Help Prevent Domestic Violence Photo Contest For Hope In The Park Healing, Opportunities, Prevention And Education Who: Youth Zone Advisory professional photographer Board, San Diego Community Why: Youth play a leading Partners, San Diego County role in preventing relationship Commission on Children Youth violence. Youth, families and & Families, San Diego Domestic other adults all can support a Violence Council and Operation violence-free San Diego, now for HOPE Foundation. in the two months leading to What: Local partnering the HOPE in the Park event in agencies are sponsoring a October. The photojournalism youth photojournalism contest entries will be displayed at to raise awareness about the October event in honor of domestic violence and get the National Domestic Violence entire community involved in Awareness Month. The contest prevention, is sponsored by Operation Youth throughout the county for HOPE Foundation, whose are invited to design a series of mission is to raise awareness photos that reflect the qualities about relationship violence and of timeliness and objectivity the resources available to prevent in depicting healthy dating and respond to this issue. relationships, respect, love, and Where: Visit www. conflict resolution, operationforhope.org or www. The selected photojournalism sddvc.org for Contest Rules & contest winner will receive a Guidelines cash prize of $250; second- When: Contest runs August and third-place contest winners 20 through September 9 for San will receive mentorship with a Diegansages 13-24 Women',s Club oln "C" street. One hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The more the merrier is our motto, and it also means the voices blend together into a more ear pleasing tone. Amaze your friends, shock your children, play dress up just like you did as a little girl. We can also use volunteers for building and painting sets too, helping with costumes, jiust all around stage craft. Contact Shirley DuErmit at 760 765-1598. Performances are in the Julian Town Hall every weekend in October. Evening performances Friday and Saturday at 7:30. Afternoon performances Saturday and Sunday at 1:30. Jr. High Starts Year With ASB Elections submitted by Lauren Vandewalle, and Sherry Jones. photos by Randy Burke Friday, August 27, the democratic process was in full swing as Julian Junior High held elections for ASB officers. For more than a week, candidates for student body office have been making posters, preparing speeches, and campa!gning. The remaining leadership positions for Athletic Director, Historian, Publicity Director, Social Director, Homeroom Competition Director, and Service Director, will be selected after letters of intent have been submitted and reviewed by the new officers. Vying for secretary were Chelsea Huggins and Livia Limon, who told students how prepared and ready they were to serve the school. Candidates for treasurer were Ray Rapu e and Isabella Copeland. Some ideas they [ED APP Blake, Darren, Steven, Jessica, Lindsay, and Audrey eager to give their speeches. wanted to see for the school were better grass, more fundraisers, and nicer sports equipment. Vice -Presidential runners, Lindsay Cranfield, Audrey Lepe, and Jake Cirillo emphasized the importance of the 7th graders, listening for their ideas and having more activities. The office of president was the most hotly contested. All four candidates, Blake Ritchie, Jessica Nichols, Darren Duffy and Steven Chandler stressed their experience with ASB last year. They gave convincing speeches and promised to make Julian Junior High a more fun and exciting place to be. After the speeches, students voted, by secret ballot of course, for their choices. We are proud to announce these winners, our ASB officers for the school year 2010-2011. Congratulations to Secretary, Livia Limon; Treasurer, Isabella Copeland; Vice-President, Lindsay Cranfield; and President- Jessica Nichols. President Jessica, Vice -President Lindsay, Treasurer Isabella and Secretary Livia. OM age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you've got to start young. - FredAstaire The Julian News 3 BBBR, WINg & 8PIBITS Monday -- Friday 8 am - 6 pal Satm'daySam-6pm * Sunday 9am-Spin Now 760 765 3200 2117 Main Street Store Wide Summer Clearance A Boutique of Unique Clothing, Jewelry and Gifts (760) 765.0003 Friday September 3 Football @Calipatria High School - 7:30PM Sataturday September 4 Cross Country @Vaquero Stampede- 10:40AM Eagles Athletics Eagles Take Wing In A Preseason Scrimmage by H. "Buddy" Seifert Your Eagles got a glimpse at their future in a four-team scrimmage at Mountain Empire High School on Friday afternoon. Julian started their afternoon with a 12 play defensive series against the Borrego Springs Rams. Julian defense was solid with one forced fumble and recovery, allowing only one Borrego touchdown. The Eagles started of slowly, picking up two yards on two plays ......... and then the little yellow flowers of penalty flew from the pockets of the officials, Julian was nicked for a holding penalty and an offside penalty. Senior Jesse Lopez and Junior Josh Savage alternated at quarterback with Juniors Josh Ernst and Bret Teusch alternating at running back. Senior RB/HB Johnny Hake was pressed into service as left tackle because the Eagles starting left tackle was ill. Johnny is the poster boy for an all-around football player. Put him in at any position and he'll get the job done. The Eagles ended their 12 plays with a touchdown toss from Jesse Lopez to Josh Savage. My Eagles started their second scrimmage on offense again Calvary Christian San Diego with another offside penalty. Jesse then chugs a 35-yard pass through the hands of his receiver that would have easily scored. The Eagles recovered their own fumble and picked up a first down two plays later on a mad scramble by Lopez. The yellow flowers of doom finally blossomed for our boys and added another 15 yards to a brilliant 15-yard catch by Sophomore Clint Southcott. Two plays later and Clint scores with a soft toss from Jesse to end the Eagles offensive series. The Royal Knights began their offensive series with two quick incomplete passes. Their first run from scrimmage was squished flat with the Royal Knights ball carrier being pancaked by returning junior Justin Flores and first year senior Cory Thornton. Calvary Christian scored their lone touchdown when an almost certain interception squeaked through the hands of an Eagles defender and plopped into the lap of the Knight's receiver. The Eagles next opponent was the Mountain Empire Redhawks. Mountain Empire started off their offensive series with a bang, scoring on a 40-yard TD pass on the first play from scrimmage. The Eagles gave up another 18 yards on the next two plays and the Redhawks tried another long pass that was ably defensed by Clint Southcott. Bret Teusch stepped up on the next play and hit the rushing Redhawk With a hit that stopped play in the Borrego/Calvary Christian scrimmage on the other end of the field. The Redhawks scored on another pass and were poised to strike again when an INT by Lopez stopped them cold. The Redhawks offensive series ended with an incompletion and two short runs. The Eagles offensive series sprouted lots of yellow flags with a holding call on the Eagles bringing back an excellent 10-yard run by Savage. On the next play, Savage took the handoff from Jesse and ran around the coaching staff on the field beforbeing bulldogged down by his facemask. Lotsa flags on that one....15 yards tacked on. The next play saw a Savage to Lopez pass for a major gain but the drive fizzled with two incompletes and an interception. Although the Eagles didn't score a bunch of points in any of their scrimmages, the boys did a fine job. Virtually all of the incoming freshmen got a chance to play, with freshmen Zachary Hoyle playing every down and Alex Duey filling in at center. Everyone played and played to the best of their ability. Eagles will open their 2010 season in Calipatria, taking on the Hornets, the heat and the mosquitoes at 7:30 PM on Friday, September 3rd. The Eagles are off on another football adventure. Stay tuned for the next chapter in next week's Julian News.