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September 11, 2013 DESCANSO HAY AND FEED[ Peer Leaders Uniting Students ,,o. ,,. ..... o:,. B R.m.{ li Q [I.!_.   .w  L, I" -- t"7  ,:-'J, ,' ,==e -l Meet this year's PLUS Team! PLUS stands for Peer JULIAN DELIVERY WEEKLY ... LET US DELIVER FORYOU. / Leaders Uniting Students and CALL- FAX- EMAIL FOR DELIVERIES: FAX (619) 441596 DESCANSOHAY@AOL.COM | is made up of 8th graders who HAY, FEED AND SUPPLIES  ,. ooo..0 00ooo. I s.ow tremendous leadership, LIVESTOCK, POULTRY, RABBIT[ ORC.^.DD,M'JOTVO'V^VA, LA.. . responsibility, and citizenship. They are committed to helping AND BIRDSEEDTOO! STORE HOURS: both Julian Junior High and 25077 VIEJAS BLVD MONDAY- FRIDAY 8AM TO 6PM DESCANSO, CA 91916 SATURDAY SAM TO 5PM LOCATED NEXT TO MCCLINTOCK'S SADDLE SHOP CLOSED SUNDAY WE ACCEPT Groceries. Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County"Meat Department U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DALLY 6a.m. TO 8p.m. Farm To School Benefit Dinner A Farm to School Evening at Jeremy's on the Hill to benefit the Farm to School menu at Julian Elementary, Junior High and High School Tuesday, September 24th 5:30 to 9:00 4354 California 78 Tickets: $30 adult/S12 child Live music, silent auction and a delicious meal! Caesar salad with garlic croutons and house made dressing Grilled hanging tender steak from Homegrown Cattle Company with red wine jus, whipped potatoes and caramelized onions Vegetarian option: RoYal quinoa bowl with Farmers' Market vegetables Chocolate cream puff with French Vanilla bean ice cream an(d espresso chocolate sauce Pre-sale tickets are available at Jeremy's on the Hill and Pathways (on the campus of Julian Elementary ) and will also be'avaiiable at the door on the night of the event All proceeds go toward purchasing a variety of iocai fruits/ vegetables year-r'ound for the school lunch program Business Consulting Accounting Financial Statements Tax Planning and Preparation Corpot'ate Partnership / LLC onprofits Trust Individuals Established 1994 County Planning and Development Services Announces New Fees Effective September 15 It's been almost five years since fees and deposits were changed. Following a thorough analysis of services and cost recovery, PDS found that rates still needed to be adjusted even though several innovations such as online tools, automation, and other efficiencies were implemented to lower costs. Proposed fee changes were discussed at industry and public meetings prior to moving forward. The changes increased some fees and lowered others. The average flat fee permit will increase by five percent and the average hourly rate will increase by four percent. Although rate increases can be challenging, adjustments ensure a fair and equitable rate structure for customers receiving the permit and ensure other County taxpayers are not subsidizing the services. These changes will be effective September 15th. A detailed listing of all changes can be found http://www.sdcounty. ca.gov/pds/docs/PDS_Fees_and_Deposits FY 13 14.pdf $$$ If you are caring for an older adult or ant/c/pate taking on a caregiver role, you shouM know that tools and resources are available to help earegivers. To learn more and get the support you need today, visit UnitedHealthcare at www. WhatIsSolutionsForCaregivers.com or call (877) 765-4473. HOME SERVICES I TOOL AND EOU[P l[ FOR THOSE IJ4N lOBS rx' ':' II 760-76s-a6  II .  , 7  6,F  see ,' ,' ,I Julian Elementary students be better friends, be more tolerant of others, and be more active participants in healthy activities both at school and in the community. Here's to a great year with the PLUS team! For questions regarding the PLUS Team, please contact counselor/ facilitator Kristy Robertson at Pathways at (760) 765-1638 x128 or kristy.robertson@juesd.net Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base 3ates Open 7 Days 7a,m, to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 :/. s," Sa : S ce 52 When Ichabod Crane Blew Into Town by ]Mina Stewart, Director Out of the Box Players A director is always blessed to have the privilege to cast a talented kid - a kid that just melds into different parts, is willing to take chances, is willing to put themselves out there for the love of theatre and a respect for the experience. I have been so blessed, numerous times, and with several different children. One child in particular, though, has caught my attention again and again and I have had the fortunate pleasure of directing him in now four plays. Every time he intrigues me with some added nuance, some level of understanding, some method for his madness! I introduce to you Sam Bennett. Sam lives in Shelter Valley with his family. He is a home schooled young man, 15 yrs old, 6'2 and wears a size 15 shoe (it must be the fresh goat's milk). I have known Sam for a number of years but first directed him in a holidiy production of A Christmas Reunion in 2011. Sam portrayed Father Christmas and entertained with his larger than life character .... fun. Then I directed him in And In Heaven the Angels - a " wonderful show for Easter which had a cast of angels watching Jesus' experiences, on earth, from birth to his crucifixion. I think we all started out simply having some fun with this Easter program but ended up truly moved by this spectacular piece that I just happed on. This is where I first saw Sam take chances. He was a scribe angel who announced, to heaven, the sadness of Christ's crucifixion and the joy and good news of Christ's resurrection. There was even a moment where a group of angels performed a rap song. I saw Sam balance the seriousness of his particular part and then break out i song and dance. I couldn't help but think "this kid has guts." Then had the good fortune of directing Aladdin (March 2013)where he portrayed Omar the evil magician (the play version of the film character Jaar). Wow! We had a wonderful cast and he was definitely a jewel hat glistened with his sidekick, Geewiz (Frank Stewart). They were a duo that, at times, stole the show. Sam, with his stature, commands a stage presence you can't ignore. He swooped in and out with a penetrating evilness he brought to life. In two sold out nights he fought for, captured and lost the beautiful Ginger's hand in marriage. When I first read the script for The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (having been a life long Halloween fan), I could not help but place Sam in the role of the ever bumbling, befuddledbut educated and pompous Ichabod Crane. Sam did not disappoint in auditions and was cast as the lead role. We are mere weeks from performance and the show is coming along beautifully. We have a wonderful cast of characters and are sure not to disappoint. Sam is leading the cast with a maturity and skill abovehis 15 years. He comes to rehearsal ready to rehearse, without excuses. He is a director's dream when it comes to taking direction - taking your ideas and making them his own. Sam is skilled with computers and is an enthusiastic writer. He has professed an interest, as well, in directing and helping anywhere needed in the technical field backstage. He has compiled several sound effect recordings for me to use in plays which I have directed. Whatever his future pursuits, I bet they will be addressed with a passion characteristic of his personality. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow performs the first weekend in October - 7:30pm, 321 12th St, Ramona. You must share in the day that Ichabod Crane blew into town, befuddling the country swain Brom Bones and catching the coquettish eye of Katrina Van Tassel. Will the Sleepy Hollow boys lure him to the church bridge? Will the school children get away with their shenanigans as he dreams of their mothers' delectable cooking? As one school child notes, "Ichabod was a huge feeder." He is preoccupied with food, Katrina's inheritance, local legends and superstitions. Come see what happens to the "Connecticut Yank", Ichabod Crane, as the wind carries him to the small hamlet of Sleepy Hollow where the Headless Horseman will ride October 4th and 5th. Tickets are $5. Call the box office or email 760-789-0856/ outofboxplayers@aol.com for ticket information. Visit www. outofboxplayers.blogspot.com for troupe information. SIGNS ARTWORK I ' ROBERT GEORGE 765 1445 r .......... 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Call for an appointment NEW Clients ONLY Specializing in: * Quickbooks Onsite Training & Consulting - I ni'u I'i" Certified Quickbooks ProAdvisor Bookkeeping, Payroll, Sales Tax & Workers Comp. Taxes (Personal & Business) - IRS approved e-file provider CTEC Registered Tax Preparer #A004872 Bond #90-K]-0211-1 Luers + Dyer CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 760 765-0343 RebeccaorJan@LuersDyerCPA.com www.LuersDyerCPA.com Eagle Volleyball Looking Up At The Competition Sophomore middle blocker Sylvia Woller prepares to spike one in Friday's match with Ocena View in the Eagles gym.- photo by Joseph Munson Coach Dobbie Wahl has her work cut out with this years young and inexperienced group of spikers. Only two seniors, two juniors and six sophomores plus two freshman make up the roster. There is also no JV team to work out with. The defending league champs will have to use this early season competition to hone their skills in preparation for another run. The team will also face a height deficit with only two girls approaching six feet, it will mean a more deliberate style of digging and setting. San Diego Jewish Academy 25 25 25 3 Julian 9 9 12 0 Ocean View Christian 25 21 25 25 3 Julian 12 25 14 14 1 2013 Eagle Girls Volleyball team 00 Chelsea Huggins MB, MH, OH So. 5-11 2 Marissa Jasper MB Fr. 5-7 3 Laura Paulicki OH So. 5-7 4 Lindsay Cranfield RS, MH Jr. 5-7 5 Brooke Gonsalves S So. 5-9 11 Jessica Nichols (C) OH Jr. 5-4 14 Sylvia Woller (C) MB, OH Sr. 6-0 17 Shannon Stanley OH Fr. 5-7 18 Juliann Rangel S So. 5-0 20 Emmy Gregor OPP Fr. 5-5 21 Lindsey Rangel L So. 5-2 22 Bailey Davis-Scholl OH Sr. 5-4