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2 The Julian News Art Gallery Art Gallery I Santa YsabelI a -i ry I 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) I P.O. Box 480 I Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 [ 765 1676 I OPEN Thursday - Monday I 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. I Featuring the Finest Local_ Artists I 1159 Hollow Glen Road Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003" Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1989 Julian, CA. 92036 (760) 765 fax (760) COPIES, EX~L Candy - Fudge Garden & GiNs Home Decor 765 O48O HeTol Garden Shop & Galley Friday to Monday 11 -4 2116 ird Street IN THF_ FINF_5 De,or LOCATION ! /nola Farms Marketplace (In Main Buildin8 6ehind Orflla Winery) 4470 HWY 78 www. lnt:hep lnesde stl~ s, co m'~:~'] Motorcycle Apparel HOG Lea ers, Apparel BIgAVIiIN a,,,..ry Wood. Burning Stoves Main St. 760-765-2966 . on corner of Main & C St. www.julianhogheaven.com Representing Victims of Serious Accidents Home Owner's Fire Insurance Claims Oseph T. Dibos \\ \. \ \ / emQil: :ore September 9, 2009 We at The Leg-Up Ranch, your local non-profit ranch which opens its gates to all individuals facing life-altering challenges and their families to allow them FREE horseback riding and a full ranch experience, want to extend a huge "THANK YOU" to all the members of the Julian Lions Club. A group of volunteers from the Lions Club came out to the Ranch and assisted in an overwhelming task of trimming trees on the property. This was a task we could never have accomplished without their assistance. Joe Connolly and other members of the Julian Lions Club have tirelessly offered their support with the maintenance and upkeep of the ranch, as well as supported our Adopt-a-Horse Program; Through these difficult times of economic hardship, we rely heavily on the kindness and support of our community. Without groups such as the Lions Club, we could not continue to help others in support of our mission. God bless you, Joe and all the group's members. We love you very much! Sincerely, Stephanie Brehm, Barbara Schor and all the members of The Leg-Up Ranch team Dear Editor This letter is a FYI for the people who are concerned about the welfare of the horse on Porter Lane. Her name is Lisa and she is 35 years old and yes she is very thin. She has been seen by a vet and the Animal Control Inspector (thanks to the concerned citizens). She is healthy and not in any pain (she has a bad hip). the summer reading program, children and teens receive prizes as incentives to keep up their reading skills through the summer I would like to thank the local businesses that allowed us to give out coupons redeem at their restaurants and stores. Thank you to Julian Pie Company, Mom's Apple Pies, Hero's Dell, The Candy Basket and Don's Market. I have heard how excited children were as they turned in their coupons to get a bag of cookies, an ice cream cone, some apple cider, some candy and either a fountain drink or a piece of fruit. We have great appreciation for these businesses who supported the library and the youth it serves The Summer Reading Program is not all about reading. It is also about education and entertainment. The Julian branch held a total of 11 adult programs with 541 people attending There were 13 children and teen programs with a total attendance of 546. These programs are in addition to our regularly scheduled Yoga, Sit N Fit, Preschool Story times and the Baby and Me Lap sit programs. One of the highly attended programs was "Men who Cook" We want to thank Charles Scott from the Candied Apple Bakery and Stan Caputo and Luis Martinet from Romano's Restaurant for giving a great presentation and sampling of their food. The Friends of the Julian Library deserve special recognition for the many ways they support this library. Upon completion of the teen program, forty-two teen readers received a 2GB Flash Drives courtesy of the FOL. The friends group also subsidizes the lunch ll:OOarn until fl- eg're :gone and have 9ou tried... The Bubba Lew 1921 Main call out ordere: 762 1906 BaCk-to chool pecial( us your lOCal student ID 0e'lt give you a discount We've rounded up ,.leans, Boots, Tops, Homecomin Dresses just for you! valid until 9/'15/o9 2026 Main treet, Oulian Ph. 760-765-0220 mstangsallys@aolocom Photography She is OLD and still very happy, library's programming budget so Attorney At Law 619-235-0307 She is on a diet of beet pulp and we can Continue to bring to you jdibos@diboslaw.com Golden Age Senior Horse fabulous musicians, lecturers, I SAvE TIMEAND MONEY, PLAN AHEAD 2445 5tb Avenue, Suite 420 Ration. This winter she will wear photographers and other San Diego, CA 92101 a blanket and eat her usual diet interesting programs. There are Open several people who always assist ! .... ! Wednesday The Justice and Compensation You Deserve plus alfalfa hey. When she is in with the set up of the rooms, LegalAdvice Orafting/HousePlans the corral she is not locked in. moving tables, chairs, preparing 10% Off, thru Monday [ANTHONYJ, ROMAN0 L.oril she is 4 years old.She lets herself in and Utshe eats what refreshments and the list ges 1 at/l:30. The fat horse is Little Bit and on. These people give countless orCalzone t TO A1NIT:E I-or LurlcI1 Arter hours of their time to make 7:1 Att0mey-At-Law MANAGEMENT she grazes and what she can your experience at the library a ITAL ANO ! Dinner steel from Lisa plus a few hands- pleasant one. . Plannin- CAD/Dra ing full of grain. This winter she will Last week we held a customer ] Reservatzons ........... ' ...... il " ~ ' 760,765.1003 Su este" Business and Water Law ~u cling ermlt5 graze and eat Alfalfa hey. appreciation event. It was 2718 B St. Julian gg a . Project. Coordination Next time you think there might well attended and the San ( ) be a call for concern save yourself Diego County Library Director, 619 696 991 " U P.O. Box 401 a long distance telephone call Jose Aponte, heard nothing Julian, CA 92036 and Animal control a long trip but positive things about the 1901 First Avenue, Suite. ,,0 - -1113 ISSN 1937-8416 ~,,t .r, San Dmgo, CA 760 765 and cometalkto us, unless you library, its staff and programs. have no cajonies and are afraid We appreciate our customers Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers to talkfacetoface, as much as you appreciate Circu!afio OfficeMgr/Gta eds m -- E ION! Thanks for you continued having a fabulous library in your uCtion concern community. Thanks tothe Julian Mich e Ha vey !..!! ;!! !.! !!; !!.!!:.!!!i.! !. :!.i!/! :..!! Editor contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Jerry and Cathie Pie Company who called the day Don Ray ........ .... ...... Consultant Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their before the event to ask if they F ured ' opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval priorto acceptance for publication, could donate goodies. To my Vee ..... Lumpkins :::;! (:oursvn "hSaVid Lewisk Pre"l" h ' staff, thank you for continuing t aKer : L; uc Letters must include your name and contact information. Letter to t e Editor: On behalf of the Julian Br n h to work hard to keep this library Eric Stamets Marisa McFedries Letters may be mailed to:Julian News . a c .... - ra re uranqe st . ............ Alive. The team effort is greatly AIb e Stark J Grant Albert S monson P.O. Box 639 uorary i WOUla like [O personally ......... Julian, CA 92036 ..... apprecmtea, ray apo og es =[ Ed Huffman " Lance Arenson emaih letters@juliannews.com !nanK many .peple ano forgot someone. You are all very businesses wno nelpea tO maKe in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) . important to the success of this Svndicated Content North American Precis Syndicate, Inc, the summer reading program 1453 Hollow Glen Road (Dam - 3:30pm Mon-Fri) library. And to the Julian News - and customer apprec abon event Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue ' " thanks for the great publicity. King Features Syndicate E/The Environmental Magazine a success. Colleen Baker The lulian News is published on Wednesdays. If you are not familiar with Julian Branch Librarian All publications are copyright protected. @2009 All rights reserved. The lalian News is a legally adjudicated newspaper of general ' .--_ -~-" , - circulation in the State of California, Legal No. 577843 Contacting The lulian News ]. ~d (Soundings Complex) " = ......... I[ dfice hours O POSox Monday thru Friday " ........ 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