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September 9, 2009 2nq Ann Julian Scarecrow 9 The Julian News Free "on An, admission and free Larger than life American Folk Art Scarecrow Creations are displayed and compete for $600 in prizes. Be sure to vote for your favorites! This is a wonderful autumn family project or a chance for individuals and groups to get creative. This is Julian's' 2rid annual Scarecrow competition and display, with winners determined by "Peoples' Choice" on site voting. The winners in each category are determined by tallying the votes cast by the public. Anyone can vote for their favorite scarecrow (one vote per visit). The 8 scarecrow prize categories for this year are: Apple Crow, Kids Only (12 and under, parents can help with construction), Animal Head Crow, Farmer John Traditional, Giant Scarecrow, Laughing Scarecrow, Scary-Crow, Pumpkin Head/Jack-O-Lantern Scarecrow. This year there are more and larger prizes, 24 in all! Each category will win a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize. All prizes are gift certificates are from local businesses. 1st place winners will receive a 35 dollar certificate, 2nd place: 25 dollars, 3rd place: 15 dollars. Prizes for each winner will be chosen by random drawing. Gift Certificates generously donated by the following businesses: Wynola Farms Green Store, In The Pines, Mountain Top Antiques, Wynola Pizza Express, Wynola Junction Antiques, Julian Yesteryears, Witch Creek Winery, Jeremy's On The Hill, Orfila Winery, Bistro 78, Peacefield Orchards U-Pick, Mom's Pies, Julian Pie Co., Dudley's Bakery, The Candy Basket, Julian Coffee Shop, Julian Grille, Rongbranch Restaurant, The Candied Apple, Country Cellars, Julian Feed & Supply, Menghini Winery, Julian Book House and The Salon in Pine Hills. Pick up Entry Forms and Official Rules at Wynola Farms Marketplace by September 19. Deliver Scarecrows to Wynola Farms Marketplace Sunday, September 20th, from 10 AM ARB wants to see the permits, that RAMCO has for upgrades to the gas station. Lighting issues also were discussed. Actions Taken By The Julian Architectural Review Board The Julian Architectural Board reviewed four items presented at its regular monthly meeting on Sept. 1 in Town Hall. Orchard Hill Country Inn. Approved changes to sign design presented by Darrell Straube. KO Korral. Approved temporary signage as presented by Alan Rogers. Ramco Petroleum. Reviewed the following design issues with Victor Daniel: five signs do not comply with Julian Historic District design guidelines; lighting fails to comply with design guidelines as well as Dark Sky guidelines; changes in design and structure of awning have not been approved by the ARB; changes under construction as of Aug. 13 have not been presented to the Julian ARB for approval. Daniel agreed to return to the next meeting. JMA New Member Brochure. Approved language regarding the need to present exterior design or signage plan changes to the ARB for approval stamp prior to undertaking any alterations to existing buildings within the Historic District. Juan Bautista de Anza Charter School Opens Doors For Second Year In New Location Juan Bautista de Anza Charter School opens on September 8 in their new location, suite 583A in the Mall at 587 Palm Canyon Drive. This year in addition to our exciting field trips, photography exhibitions, and Horse Wisdom/Leadership class we offer a full range of online classes for grades 6-12. See us at www.socalonlineschool. com (most of the students featured on our webpage are from Salton City!) including Luke Scribner, and laB Gonzalez. Our new blended education model allows students to excel at their own pace by doing extra classes online. Students can add classes in art, personal psychology, French, Spanish, German, Latin, Mandarin and English. Fun classes include Introduction to Graphic Design, Web design, Personal Health and Safety, or Current Events. There are over 90 fully accredited classes to choose from and college credit is available through advanced placement classes. The online school will include monthly field trips of interest (by reservation) for our students, also a prom and graduation at the Jacobs Center in San Diego. In order to meet new friends, an in-house version of facebook, "Breakzone" allows all Advanced Academics students to meet each other using their passwords. The best part of both programs is that the students get to choose their own pace and use their learning styles to advance rather than sitting in a classroom. Our program is individualized and is one on one with teachers available 7/24 online. We can be reached at 760 767-5850. parking! O ia 24 Hour Emergency Service B SCheck+ rA n Oe, iiiiii i!iiii,+ Tra/--n L J UNaL Relationships Matter Over 60 years serving the community we live in. Ben Sulser, District Manager until 5:30 PM. (Call if you need alternative arrangements) Display and voting daily September 21 through November 24, 2009 Awards will be announced October 30th and posted in The Julian News the following week. Contest is open to all individuals, clubs, schools and businesses in Julian, Wynola, Santa Ysabel, Warner Springs, Cuyamaca and Shelter Valley. For questions, contact: Patricia McConnell, Ph: 760.765.1139 or Scharlyn O'Connor, Ph: 800.939.5894 EMAIL: JEAN ANDERSON Real Estate Broker #01281751 Borrego Vistas Realty (760) 500-7534 Cell (760) 765-2183 Fax Web Site: Email: Independent Real Estate Broker serving Borrego Springs & Shelter Valley. Contact me for an appointment to view ~ homes or land in these areas. Check my website for Borrego Springs listings. Current Shelter Valley Listings -- Gunslinger Trail, 1 acre lot. Priced to sell at just $27,000. Tanglefoot Trail, 1.44 acre; fenced; on cul-de-sac; VIEWS. $29,500. Local T erience Since 1988 * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping * Stump Grinding FREE ES TIMA TES Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 WE-8690A www.M l;.com Plumy of Fl I Parking Sales4,ssodates SHI;I YLL STP.ICKLANP . PJeK PYI; ~!!+~!!i:~i:U~'~i!!~!~:~~ ~ :~:~i~i~ ~!~i~=ii~ii~ii~,~ ~ ~iii ZltR ZlbA,, 1900 S.F wRh separate Zit . li A suite. Fireproof Roof, Exposed Ce- dar l;eams, 9outhwester, Sto,e Fireplaue. Large covered ear carport. A.ddfflol4al. 1000 s.f metal building used for workshop, barn, storage, animals...,Ioeafed at the end of a 1/4 mile driveway thru Old Wowlfl Foreff on 1Z Acres. This is not a forelosure.....Origi lly priced at +$99,000 .ow, +.P49,000 ) 47* Acres -- Oreat horse properly with well and 7P00 gallon water storage tank. Adjacent to A za-liorrego State Park. Electric and Telephone available ............................................ +[7[,000 10 Acres with raded Pad, Surveyed, 10,000 gal water tank, graded access road. Spectacular Views. Ideal for vineyard, orchard, great horse property . Offered at +ZT[,000 $.ZI ores -- reathtaking Panoramic View Lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed and Piego Cou b/Health Pepartmewr septic layout for lie residence. eller will provide couwry approval wife acceptable offer .......... +.Z6 ,O00 8.11 / ,res -- Very Private with Well, Trailer, Pug Kennel, Storage uilding ..................................................... +199,999 6.Z Acres -- Your horses will love this fabulous view sffe wffh completed proposed P ltR. septic layout. P, ece y surveyed ................... +Z i0,000 Z.9 Acres -- Fabulous View Property. Septic Approved for R, esidence. /t, ll Utilities at Property. Water Meter Installed. lots of Usable Land for Horses, ardem. +199,000 l.l 6 Acres -- Terrific Views, Two legal Parcels, Two Addre=es for the Price of Oriel Septic in for one. Two of Water Shares, Electric Pole on Twin Oaks Property. Electric Pole on Fine Tree Lane. Must See to Appreciate. Twin Oaks Pine Tree Lane. Priced to sell +I 9,000 Acre -- All usable overlooking Kenner Eanch. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to convey. Easy aoce= to Ooowly maintained road ..... +9 ,000 .49 Acre -- Terrific all usable level to gentle lot with approved septic layout for Z lie residence. Manufactured home OIL Wafer shares to convey. Survey complete. All utilities available ................... Price Eeduced to + $,000 ?roperffes are "Off the #rid"/No $~#g~l. lhere ie telept~e ~ergro~ to each I~rcel. $o~e have wafer ~eters, ~o~e ~eed we/Is. 411 origi~Mly approved for $ ~ed goo~ reddet~.e~ ~table for e~aeo~ael~ed homes. 1 Acre --- orgeous, SIopin liuildable Parcel Keduced To Sell ..... +-40,000 Z.6 Acres -- Fabulous View, Seller Will Provide Septic Layout with acceptable offer ................ ..................... +1 ,000 t.7 t Acres -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large liuildable Lot.. +| ,000 Z.0 Acres -- Large Parcel with Water Meter, House Ram Available ............ : .............................. +I ,000 .6Z Acres -- Fabulous Slopi,g Parcel Covered with Oaks, Septic Layout, Wafer Meter Paid ................................... +-| 65,000 Z.77 Acres -- Paved Eoads. Underground Utilities. Water Meter Paid. Septic Layout for ................................. +17 .000 4.14 Acres -- Approved Site Plan. rad|ng Plan. Septic Layout for Water Meter Paid. Approved House Ram ..................... +175,000 Acres -- Approved Ram for ".,tlil , ZliA, Z400 S.F. Residence, County Approved 0fading Ran, Approved SliP, Septic' layout. Water Meter. Heady To liuild ....................... . ............... +Z19.000 Large Custom ZI A, over Z000 S.F. o, . iZ9 Acres. 0pc, Floor Plan. Oe,tral Heat f, Air. ourmst Kitchen with Oranffe Oouwrers a,d Cherry Cabinets. Hardwood and late Floori,g. Highly motivated Seller. Exceptional Value. + ;79,000