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September 7, 2011

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September 7, 2011 CO A ll Henry, the three-legged cat rescued in Julian in 2004 continues to Local Eperience Since 1988 * 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 eo Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 Julian Arts Guild License #945348 WE-8690A Helen Petre Featured As Artist Of The Month Exhibit In Library reach out with his remaining front paw to help art programs continue at school. The elementary school partnered with the Henry's World team to implement "The Just Me Project". The program is built on the natural love and trust that children hold for animals. It teaches emotional literacy and builds collaboration through the animals and the empathy the children feel toward them. The story of the animals in Henry's life is accompanied by an amazing art education opportunity for boys and girls, that had significant and quantifiable results for students. 8,. The Artist of the Month for September at the Julian Library is Helen Petre. A Iongtime resident of Julian, Helen is a professional artist who has received recognition through hundreds of awards and juried shows, and two scholarships. She has had an acrylic mono print n an exhibit in Tokyo and her works are in private collections in the United States, Europe, Japan. She has been featured in several significant publications. The San Diego Book Arts publication described her as "Helen Petre, prolific artist, painter and collage artist extraordinaire." Helen is a member of the Julian Arts Guild. Helen works principally in acrylic mono prints, collage, assemblage, artist books and mixed media. Tracey Skinner Weds Tim Hardie Tracey Skinner, Julian High Class of 2005, became the wife of Tim Hardie of Concord, California on August 6th 2011 in Lafayette California. Tracey and Tim had spent time at the same schools in 8th and 9th grade without knowing it, they were formally introduced by a mutual friend while riding dirt bikes in Grass Valley California. They currently reside in Concord, and are the proud owners of two Serman Shorthaired Pointers. Tracey is the Granddaughter of Cuyamaca resident Barbee Skinner and the sister of Blake and Wade Willey "O (3 O =3 ,,,..,g The year program culminated in Henry's World Week. With the creativity and tireless work of two Sacramento teachers, Sue Anne Foster Phd and Sharon Tiner, a gallery of incredible art work was created in three days. Each class had two forty- five minute sessions. Their work was on display in June at the library but the next question became, how do we capture the beauty of the work of these young artists and help them to obtain funds to continue the amazing energy and enthusiasm for the art program? Henry and his team put on their thinking caps. The result is a fun and stunning birthday calendar that can be used year after year. Each month, with its colorful pictures describes the class, the Kibble for Thought Lesson being taught, and the art task that was given to each class. Henry is not a guy to waste time. He knows that apple season is coming and the holidays soon to follow. So, he and his team are proud to announce that the birthday calendar is now available at the Julian Elementary School. The price: $10, a purr-fect holiday gift for everyone on your list. It comes in a plastic envelope and each month will remind all of us of the creativity within each of us. In these hard economic times we cannot wait for others to make things happen, we need to teach our children to create their own opportunities to support the things they want and love. WE encourage the students, the merchants, all who can to spread the word and sell these calendars. For every calendar a child sells, $7 will go to the elementary school for materials to continue giving children these important opportunities. If merchants want to sell them, half of that $7 can go to them and half to the school. Henry wants it to be a win/win for everyone in the town and has some other wonderful new projects up his paw. Help him complete his mission to enable his pals at Julian Elementary to continue to express themselves in paw-sitive ways. Buy lots of calendars for all your friends. We guarantee you will smile each time you turn the page and will be amazed at the art work of these friends of Henrys. The Julian News 3 -- -- EBT w~m 4b ~ Here 2117 Serif L~ ~ --- [latmz,l~7 9 ~ - e pm I B~4sy 9 am - ~ pm I 7eo. 7es. 82oo I y Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by FridaYl Phone in Your Meat and Dell Ordem : NO Waiting Unique and Old * Actors * Actresses * Chorus * Piano Player PLUS: interesting AcTs of any kind (Olio) For the Famous Julian Old Time Melodrama Performances run every weekend in October and proceeds go to local Julian School Scholarships. We need you!