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e Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the ? Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysahel, Shelter Valley, &apos; Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner @rings and Wynola. Volume 29 - Issue 05 Wednesday September 11, 2013 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Lion's Club First Horseshoe And Music Festival - Saturday The Julian Lions Club will hold the event as a fundraiser on Sept. 14th at Frank Lane Park (Next to the JCFPD fire house) 2405 Farmer Rd. General admission is $10, with ages 12 and under admitted free. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Live Bands Clowns Face Painting Petting Zoo Pony Rides Barbecue Beer Garden Opportunity Drawing Cost for horseshoe tournament competitors is $20, which includes admission. Prize money is generated by the entry fees, with cash prizes for first second and third places. Proceeds benefit community programs supported by the Lions Club, including eye and hearing care, scholarships and more. Tragedy Strikes On Labor Day from published reports Joel Mendenhall, 30, a cattle rancher whose family's roots in the Palomar Mountain area go back to the mid-1800s(he was sixth generation), was killed Monday(9/2) in a heavy- equipment accident at a Mesa Grande ranch. Authorities said Joel was repairing a wheel loader when a strong arm came down and pinned him between a wheel and an axle. Joel was the guiding force behind the Hornegrown Cattle Co., which he owned along with a group of investors, they supplied grass-fed beef to Whole Foods Markets Inc. in San Diego and Orange counties. The company runs roughly 300 head of cattle that graze on lands near Lake Henshaw, and Camp Pendleton in Fallbrook. Homegrown Cattle Co. leased about 7,000 acres of land from the Vista Irrigation district for grazing grounds. He was also part owner of Homegrown Meats/ La Jolla Butcher Shop in La Jolla. Joel was the son of Frank and Janice Mendenhall of Palomar Mountain owners of the Mendenhall Ranch, as well as the 17-cottage Lake Henshaw Resort and the adjoining Round Up BBQ Grill. Joel is survived by his wife, Jenna, and three little girls. Many of you had the privilege of knowing one of the fi nest, hard- working young men that you'd ever meet, gentle-hearted and kind to all, Joel Mendenhall. As a local cattle rancher, Joel was carrying on the family tradition that goes back to the mid 1800's, working on the land with his cattle business. Monday, he was repairing some heavy equipment at their feed lot and lost his life in a tragic accident. A Celebration of Joel's life will be Sunday afternoon, October 6th, at 1:00, on the Mountain, with more details to follow. In lieu of 11 owers, a trust fund has been set up for some immediate needs, and the children's college education. Very soon more information will be provided. Meanwhile, donations may be sent to: Jenna Mendenhall PO Box 103 Santa Ysabel, CA 9207 Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District Fundraiser And Motorcycle Poker Run Come One, Come All! Fun For All Ages! While Getting Educated and Preparedf Julian, CA September 28, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Frank Lane Park/JCFPD & Community Emergency Response Team/- Our small town, Julian has seen its share of disasters and emerged as a strong tightly knit self-reliant community. Our local resources and strong relationships with CalFire, SDG&E, American Red Cross, CERT, and San Diego County are prepared for any future emergencies. We are in need of Financial help to remain a viable entity serving our community. Our community needs your support as we strive to protect the lives and property of our out-of-town visitors and local residents. Tough economic times have hit us all and we are doing our best to support this cause with declining resources from governmental agencies. Help our small town and residents remain prepared and having an enjoyable day in the beautiful mountains while doing so. The OPEN HOUSE is the first of two fundraising events which includes food, tours of the fire station, raffles and prizes, music in the park, live demonstrations, children's games and vendors to help you, your family and friends prepare for an unforeseen emergency or disaster. Attention Motorcyclists: In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the 2003 Cedar Fire, SAN DIEGO HARLEY DAVIDSON is sponsoring a POKER RUN starting at 8:00a.m. At San Diego Harley Davidson, 5600 Kearny Mesa Road, San Diego, California 92111. We will also be having a Fire Line Tour starting in Julian. Please bring your own motorcycle for the tour. About JCFPD & Community Emergency Response Team The Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District (JCFPD) has served our community for over 30 years. We provide emergency response, firefighting, advanced life support and fire prevention services and inspections. Julian itself is a historic mining town with many tourists and visitors. We notonly serve our residents but also those who visit. Please come and enjoy the day while showing support for our fire district. Admission to the OPEN HOUSE is free. All proceeds and donations will go directly to the JCFPD. www.JulianNews.com PRESORTED STANDARD 63 I ,Juiia!, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested <  JULIAN, C'/ Illl00lll'l'00'l'l'l,hllhllll,lllI,,l,00llllllll,lli0000l,,ll,,llhl Small Town Papers TN 217 W Cota St Shelt0n WA 98584-2263 Library Celebrates 100Years The staff and Friends of the Julian Branch Library invite you to celebrate our 100th anniversary and Customer Appreciation Open House on Saturday, September 14 at 1:00 pm. Join us as we welcome the County Library director, Jose Aponte and have a slide show of the 100-year history of the Julian branch and a costume contest- with prizes! For children, there will be a puppet show and face painting. In addition, of course, there will be refreshments. The Julian Branch Library was one of the first 11 branches that opened in 1913 when the San Diego County Free Library was established. The first branches to open in chronological order to open were located in Fallbrook, Poway, El Cajon, Ramona, Lakeside, Lemon Grove, La Mesa, Alpine, Julian, Bonita and Campo. On a national scale, in 1913, Woodrow Wilson had just been elected the 28th president of the United States. The Titanic made her fateful maiden voyage and the doors of New York's Grand Central Station opened to the public. While the Foxtrot was sweeping the nation, Americans were reading D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers and Willa Cather's O Pioneers. This is also the year Pollyanna, by Eleanor Porter was published and became a best-selling children's classic. When the Julian Library first opened, it was located at the local high school - then the Cuyamaca High School. It has been housed four times at schools, and now its present site, a freestanding 9,800 sq. ft, Craftsman style facility is next to the High School and serves as the library for all of the schools in Julian in addition to it being the public library. September 14 also marks the 9th anniversary of the opening of the "new" library at its present location. This is not only our 100th anniversary, but we are celebrating you, our customers. Without your support, we would not have circulated over 141,000 items last year or attend our popular Music on the Mountain series, Sit N Fit classes, storytimes and other children, teen and adult programs. The original goal of the California State Librarian, James Gillis was to bring library books within reach of every person in California. His slogan was "Every Book for Every Body." Who could have known of all of the changes that would take place not only in what libraries lend, but the technological changes? The San Diego County library's original goal was to provide equal, economical and complete library services to all residents of San Diego County. Please join in the fun and visit the Julian library on Saturday, September 14 at 1:00 pm. Youth Soccer Kick Off Eagles Travel To City, Get Mugged 49-0 By Colts by H. "Buddy" Seifert Was it the heat? Was it the lack of practice due to the weather? ,Did the team spend all of it's ju-ju last week against Borrego? Was it just bad luck? Whatever it was, our Eagles lost on the road in East San Diego to the Crawford Colts. The Colts won the coin toss and elected to receive the opening kick. Johnny Beresford and Steven Canales' hard hits weren't enough to stop the Colts on their 4 down drive for their first touchdown and PAT of the afternoon. Julian 0. Crawford 7. Our Eagles took the Colts' kickoff and started their first possession on their ow 29 yard line after a 27 yard return by Canales. He reeled off a quick first down for Julian, but an incomplete pass and tackles behind the line brought up a 4th and 21. Dustin Lytle came in to punt and was leveled by a Colt defender, causing a flag for a roughing the kicker 15 yard penalty. First down Eagles. Three plays later and the Colts cleanly blocked Dustin's punt and ran the ball back for another Crawford touchdown and PAT. Julian 0. Crawford 14. Our Eagles went another 4 and out and the Colts took over on the Eagles' 40. Four plays into their drive an Eagle went down with a suspected fractured leg. The game was delayed while he was attended to. He was taken to the hospital for further evaluation and treatment. We found out later that the injury was not a fracture. The Colts trampled ahead for short yardage and picked up another short yardage touchdown. Julian 0. Crawford 21. Julian took Crawford's kickoff and was stopped immediately. Canales picked up short yardage as the first quarter came to the end. Opening the second quarter, my Eagles went to the air, Hunter McConnell fired one to Cole Southcott and was leveled after launching a tight spiral downfield. Roughing the passer on the Colts, first down Julian. Hunter was picked off on his next pass and the Colts ran it down to the Eagles, 5. The Colts began to misfire and an illegal procedure penalty set them back 5 yards. An incomplete pass and a -5 yard smackdown by Beresford and my boys got the ball back at their own 10. A quick series of handoffs to Canales netted the Eagles 32 yards and 2 first downs. Hunter and Kellen Regalado teamed up for a 12 yard pick up and Hunter tossed a 20 yard strike to Southcott for another Eagles first down. Kellen picked up short yardage but incompletions shut the Eagles down again. Crawford took over on their own 40, but on their first play the ball squirted loose .by a thunderous hit by an unidentified Eagle and Alex Duey on the Eagles' 45. The half ended soon after. Julian Eagles 0. Crawford Colts 21. Crawford's kick to open the second half flew through the endzone for a touchback. Eagles ball at their own 20. An incompletion and two in the backfield tackles and the Eagles punt away again. A bad snap and heavy rush caused back up punter Darren Dufffy to just barely get the short punt off. Lineman George Keane recovered the ball on the Eagles' 11. Crawford made short work of their possession and scored another quick TD. Julian 0. Crawford 28. The heat was taking a toll on our Eagles, but Hunter did continued on page 9 waiting for her chace, see page 8 Julian Eagles Football Friday, August 30 - W 46-26 @Borrego Springs Friday, September 6 L 0 - 49 @Crawford Friday, September 13 - 7:00 Ocean View (@Mar Vista) Friday, September 20 - 3:30 HOME vs Sherman Indian School Thursday, October 3 - 3:00 HOMECOMING vs San Diego Jewish Academy Friday, October 11 - 3:00 HOME vs Classical Academy Friday, October 18 - 7:00 Lutheran (@Monte Vista) Thursday, October 24 - 7:00 Calvary Christian (@East Lake HS) Friday, November I - 3:00 HOME vs Foothills Christian Teacher Appreciation Day Friday, November 8 - 3:00 HOME vs Borrego Springs Seniors Day Volleyball Friday, September 6 - L 1-3 HOME vs Ocean View Tuesday, September 10 - 5:00 HOME vs St Joseph Thursday, September 12 - 5:00 @San Diego Jewish Academy Tuesday, September 17 - 5:00 @St. Joseph Academy Thursday, September 19 - 5:00 @ Ocean View Tuesday, September 24 - 5:30 @Mountain Empire Thursday, September 26 - 5:00 vs Calapatria Tuesday, October 1 - 3:30 @Lutheran Thursday, October 2 - 5:00 HOME vs Vincent Memorial Tuesday, October 8 - 5:30. @ Borrego Springs Cross Country Saturday, August 31 - 10:00 @Vaquero Stampede Friday, September 20 - 3:30 Citrus League Meet #1 JUHS Track Saturday, September 21 - 8:30 Mt. Carmel Movin Shoes Friday, September 27 - 3:30 Citrus League Meet #2 @Lake Morena Friday, October 4 - 3:30 Saints Small School Invitational @Morley Field Friday, October 11 - 3:30 Citrus League Meet # 3 @Guajome Park Friday, October 25 - TBA Mt SAC Invitational Friday, November 8 - 3:30 Citrus League #4 @Lindo Lake Park Friday, November 15 - 3:30 Citrus League Finals @Guajome Park San Diego Section CIF Championships- TBA @Morley Field State CIF Championships - TBA @Woodward Park, Fresno Julian Lions Club Horseshoe Tournament and /'0000,q00aRcs00t Mus,c Festival- Frank Lane Park, Sept. 21 7 BandsJUlian Mu,00 ic Festival and Dinner - September 21, to 8pm .jufianc00.::m Adult $13 in advance, $15 at the gate Seniors $11 in advance, $13 at the gate DinnerFestival $24 in advance, $28 day of event at Menghini Winery