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V i,,ll,hll Ull,hUhhqnHlhh,,v "l"h'lllq"d'lh'l' NEWSPAPER TFN ********** MIXED ADC 903- Small Town Papers 217 W Cota St Shelton, WA 98584-2263 The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communi:ties of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Springs and Wynol II ' WednesdaySeptember9,2015Julian, CA. Volume 31 - Issue 05 (46 + tax,ncluded) www.]ulianNews.com ISSN 1937-8416 PreSchool Closes On Short Notice Eagles Bounce Back With Decisive Win by H "Buddy" Seifert 2898 HWY 78/PO BOX 944, JULIAN, CA 92036 760-765-0047 pro, sol.a{ August 28, 2015 Dear Parents; As you may know, for the past 12 months the Julian Community Pre-School Advisory Council has been diligently working to provide quality care and education for your children. The need to find qualified and dedicated staff has proven to be a major challenge.' Over the course of this past year, we have had approximately 30 applicants. Less than half of them were qualified for a teaching position and only 7 were qualified to be director. Of those 7, four were not a good match for various reasons apart from their qualifications and the others were not able or willing to commute to our school for the amount we could afford to pay. It is with deep regret that we inform you of" our intention to permanently close the Pre-School at the end of the day on Friday, September 4, 2015. There will be no charge to you for your children's attendance during this final week. If you had already signed up for the hot lunches from Jeremy's, this will be included as well. We need to close at this time because there will no longer be the required number of qualified staff available to meet licensing regulations, there are no more applicants to consider and no available qualified substitutes. Should you have any great need or concern to discuss, please call Linda Corlew, member of the Pre- School Advisory Council, at 760-765-3476. Thank you for your understanding. The Pre-School Advisory Council Fall Season Kicks first, father AI blesses the grapes It's the Chamber of Commerce's biggest fund raiser of the year, the 19th Annual Grape Stomp Festa at Menghini Winery wa s once again well attended and full of people with purple feet by the late afternoon. The Grape Stomp which features taste-ings from eleven Wineries, a chance to stain your feet, plus numerous food and merchandise vendors. Traditionally the Stomp gives the Chamber enough of a financial boost to help carry over their budget for the remainder Of the year so they can begin planning the activities and marketing for the next year. Figures for this year were not available yet, if the parking lot is an indication, they'll be in good shape heading into the holiday season. Next event will be Apple Days at the end of the month, followed by Country Christmas the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Several hunting seasons are approaching and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is asking the public to use technology rather than social media to report wildlife and pollution crimes across the state. "We often get reports of violations and other very good tips sent to CDFW through social media, but our Twitter and Facebook sites are not directly monitored by wildlife officers," said Lt. Mike Milotz, CDFW CalTip Program Coordinator. "There are several ways for the public to report issues directly to us in real time, including a CalTIP phone number, a smart phone app, direct text message capability and our website." All reports can be completely anonymous, as the technology removes all identifying information before wildlife officers see the tips. The public can report violations or concerns in the following ways: Phone Number: (888) 334- 2258 / (888) 334-CALTIP CalTIP It's sunny and warm with a good westerly breeze blowing from west to east. It's also my son's birthday; he was an Eagle 15 years ago. Our Eagles were set to play against the Phoenix of the Public Safety Academy of San Bernardino (PSASB). Most of our sophomore, junior and senior players were with our Eagles last year when the team spent hours on Inland Empire freeways to play the Phoenix on their home turf, a public park softball field. We lost, but by a very narrow margin. Another minute on the clock and the game would have been ours. My Eagles were up. During warm-ups, Senior WR Dennis Beresford told this reporter, 'TII let my hands do my talking" Shuuluk Linton powers his way to the end zone photo by Joseph Munson Julian won the toss and elected to receive the opening kick. Nino Romano took the Phoenix kickoff at the Eagles 10 and made his way to the Eagles 23 before he was brought down. Freshman QB Shane Cranfield took his first starting snap and handed off to Daniel Streamer who got hit in the backfield for a 3 yard loss. shane did a quick shovel pass to Daniel for no gain. A quick pass to Daniel on third down made short yardage and my Eagles were forced to punt. The fourth down snap was fumbled and the Phoenix recovered the ball at the Julian 12. Not a very auspicious opening drive. The Phoenix were licking their talons at the Eagles 12, but could not gain anything against an attacking Eagles defense. San Bernardino went four and out and the ball went over on downs at the Eagles 10. continued on page 7 t " : Shane off a little iooper to TE Shuuluk Linton and the Eagles Off With Grape Stomp. then, you fill the vats finally, you jump in and start stomping/ had second and one at the 2 yard line. Ninodidn't make it out of the backfield and was dropped for a 2 yard loss. A muffed handoff to Nino was recovered by the Phoenix defense at the Eagles 17. A quick Phoenix quarterback blast up the middle gained 8 yards and a sharp pass to an open wide receiver got them the ten yards they needed for their first touchdown. They attempted a 2 point conversion, but got stuffed on the 1 yard line by the entire Eagles defense. With 6:34 left in the first quarter, it's San Bernardino Public Safety Academy 6, Julian 0. We were just being good hosts. My Eagles did not get a good return on the Phoenix kick off and were deep in their own end of the field. Daniel was smacked around for a one yard loss on first down. The Phoenix were flagged for an offside's penalty on second down and Daniel scooted through the smallest of gaps to pick up six and the first Eagles first down of the afternoon. Daniel squeezed another five yards down field, setting up a long bomb from Shane to Dennis "Hands" Beresford for 30 yards. Nino got mugged at the line of scrimmage for no gain on first down. Daniel picked up a quick 9 yards on second down. Shane tucked the ball under and battled his way for 2 yards and another Eagles' first down. Senior Center Mason Baay leveled an onrushing Phoenix defender and sprang Shuuluk for a hard fought 5 yard gain. Shuuluk got into it on second down and blasted his way for another 7 yards and another Eagles first down. The Eagles were flagged for an offsides call as the first quarter ended. At the end of the First Quarter, it's the Public Safety Academy of San Bernardino Phoenix 6, your continued on page 7 Cross Country Saturday, September 12- Bronco Round-Up Wednesday, September 16 - HTHNC Small Schools Invitational Saturday, September 19 - Mt Carmel Cross Country I Friday, September 25 - South Bay Cross Country I Friday, October 2 - St Augustine Small School Friday, October 9 - Citrus League Cluster #1; Calvary Christian Academyl SD Lutheran, Mountain Empire, West Shores Friday, October 16 - Home Citrus League Cluster #2; Calvary Christian Academy, ....... i SD, Lutherar , Mountain Empire, West Shores Friday, October 23 - 68th Mt Sac Invitational Friday, October 30 - Citrus League Meet #3; Calvary Christian Academy, SD, Lutheran, Mountain Empire, West Shores Friday, November 6 - Citrus League Finals; Calvary Christian Academy, SD, Lutheran, Mountain Empire, West Shores Football Friday, August 28 - L 30-36 Calvary Christian Academy Friday, September4- W 35-14 Public Safety Academy Friday, September 11 - 7pm Foothills Christian @Jr. Seau Park(LaMesa) Friday, September 18 - 7pm The Rock Academy @Francis Parker Friday, September 25.- 7pm @West Shores HS Friday, October 2- 7pro Borrego Springs HS (Homecoming) Friday, October 9 - 3:00 L Saint Joseph Academy (Staff Appreciation Day) Friday, October 16 - bye Volleyball Monday, August 24 - 4pm Warner Springs HS Thursday, August'27 - 4pm @Warner Springs HS Tuesday, September I - 4pro Lutheran HS Friday, September 4 - @Sweetwater Tournament Saturday, September 5 - @Sweetwater Tournament Tuesday, September 8 - 4pm Lutheran HS Thursday, September 10 - 5:30 @Borrego HS Tuesday, September 22 - 4pm Warner Springs HS Thursday, September 24 - 5:30 Borrego HS www.julianca.com I Menghini Winery 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday. Admission: $5 for adults, children 12 and under free P