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The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Mt. Laguna, Rahchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Springs and WynoltL Volume 28 - Issue 05 Wednesday September 12, 2012 Julian, ISSN 1937-8416 Music Fe Originally this festival was a banjo fiddle competition, and more recently known as the Julian Bluegrass Festival. The Julian Music Festival is an end of summer celebration of over 40 years on music in Julian. Expanding its horizons you will not only find Bluegrass, but an Americana mix of Western ballads and Classic Folk Music. Here's tis yearsschedule: 1:00 Trails and Rails year by Walt's early band-mate, Mike Craig, who relocated back to the San Diego area after spend!ng a couple of decades in Florida. Wherever they've been, they never stopped playing. Now back together, they bring all that stringed-instrument experience to the benefit of audiences everywhere in the form of some astonishing Banjo-Bass instrumentals that one just has to You might know that a group called Trails & Rails would be doing a Cowboy and a Train Song or two ! But with their greatly expanded repertoire, you will also hear 30s-40s Swing, early 'pop' songs - even a classical piece you'll recognize in the first 4 notes! The award-winning Harmony Duo of Walt Richards and Paula Strong has been joined this past see to believe ! Then there are the songs - now with 3-part harmony - even whistling ! Drawing from ,;n.. extensive song list, you never know what's coming next. But most will be songs you know. You're invited to join the fun as they wander "Off the Beaten Path" ( - the very appropriate title of their new CD !) JLllian News PO Box f:;::l.q Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Reqtlested w.JulianNews.com tival Saturday from Terry Cox while there. Bootleggers tells of running moonshine with her sister on Tiger Mountain, which is not only the title of her first CD, but also the emotional home of her family in Washington state. 2:15 The Lacemakers "Lacemaking: The art of making delicate fabric from fine threads, coming together to form something unique and beautiful." The three ladies of The Lacemakers do just that with their blend of Appalachian, Celtic and bluegrass sounds and sensibilities. Heloise Love, Kim Donaldson, and Miss Darla weave together the traditions of the moonshiners of Virginia, the heart and soul of Ireland and Scotland, and the high lonesome sound of the blue hills of Kentucky. www.reverbnation. com/lacemakers 3:30 Sara Petite Sara Petite makes her home in San Diego and has grown quite a following, not just locally but worldwide. With the release of her new CD Doghouse Rose, she hopes to expand on the notoriety she earned with her first two independent CDs Tiger Mountain and Lead the Parade. With the new release coming on the heels of being named "Best . Americana or Country" in the 2009 San Diego Music Awards, Petite stands to go from up-and- coming artist to an artist that has arrived on an international level. Every song tells a story, and she shares many of them in between songs. Like the bluegrass ditty Little House, which she tells the inspiration she drew from her visit to Paris, and the small accommodations she shared Eagles Travel To Anza, Lay a Goose Egg A lot of effort, as that displayed by Lazaro Hernandez, got little result in the Eagles game Friday night. photo courtesy LPAKphotography.eom some moves and shakes and with at least one illegal block in the back, made a 55 yard TD return. The penalty occurred before the runner crossed the goal line but the officials didn't catch that one. They flagged another illegal block and assessed that penalty on Hamilton's kickoff. Hamilton's PAT was good. 7:01 to go in the 1st quarter, Hamilton is up by 7. Hamilton tried an onsides kick, but an alert Eagles front line recovered the squib on the Eagles own 48. Good field position. Hunter was getting swarmed as he launched his first pass of this possession and the tipped ball fell into the hands of a Bobcats defender. During the return, 1st Your Eagles traveled to Anza on Friday night to tangle with the Hamilton High School Bobcats. High desert; not hot, perfect soaring weather. That was not to be. New Eagles kicker Brian Garcia launched a tumbling kickoff to the Bobcats 5 where it was picked up and returned 27 yards to the Bobcats 32. Hamilton set up a ground drive that smashed it's way through a young Eagles defense and had a 2nd down with 3 to go at the Eagles 17 when an Eagles defender stripped the runner and recovered the ball on Julian's 16. On the Eagles first play from scrimmage, an Eagles lineman was down field before Hunter's pass was launched and out flew the yellow hankie. Half the distance to the goal, first and 18 at the 8. Kellen Regalado got the call and busted his way through Hamilton's D line and linebackers and picked up a bruising 26 yards. First down Eagles. 1st year RB Brian Garcia got a rude intro to the Wildcats with a 5 yard loss on his first rushing attempt of the night, which was followed by 2 incomplete passes. Julian punted away to the Bobcats 45. The Bobcats returner put on by H. "Buddy" Seifert year center Alex Casas took a low blow from the back and was carried off the field with an ankle injury. He was transported to Murrieta for further examination and treatment. Hamilton's PAT was good and they are now up by 14. After a low flying kick, a 1st year Julian returner elected to fall on the ball at the Eagles 31. Kellen couldn't find an opening and was held for no gain on his first attempt of the series and an illegal motion call on a short, but strong run by Tony Moniz moved the ball back for a 3rd and 22 from the Eagles 19. Hunter and Kellen couldn't connect and the Eagles were forced to punt away. And punt they did, as Brian let loose a boomer that traveled 67 yards to Hamilton's 33 before an Eagle grounded the ball. Hamilton picked up a quick 16 yard first down, but when faced with a 4th and 12, punted to the Eagles. The Eagles slightly changed their game plan and quickened up their plays. Hunter to Tah for a quick 1 yard, Kellen picked up short 1 and Moniz picked up 7 on a quick slant. 4th and 1, what to do? Let Hunter push it up the gut on a QB sneak. 1st down Eagles. Two incomplete passes continued on page ] 0 4:45 Plow Like any good Slumgullion stew, Plow borrows ingredients from Americana Heritage Music, adds its own spices, and puts the whole pot on a rolling boil. The result is a simmering musical concoction that wafts through the air and connects the listener to America's musical past and present. When Acoustic musicians find synergy, it's special. When the result of that synergy is unexpected, with improvised twists and turns, the ride is exciting, amusing and ultimately satisfying. Plow is the result of four men finding common musical ground, then deciding to break new ground and bring their own personal and glffted musical expressions to lis[ll;Ye http://www.plowroots. A great band with a average sound system will sound, average at best, while an good band with the right sound system will sound great. This year we are happy to announce we have the benefit of a great sound engineer, DJ Dave of Dave's Musical Entertainment. Serving the greater San Diego area, based in Julian CA, Dave provides a host of professional music services to help organizations make their special events be a great success. Besides providing the sound equipment and sound engineering for our festival, Dave's services include dance and background music, karaoke, sound reinforcement for bands and speaking events, and charitable event theme music. 6:00 till 8:30 Dance under the stars with music from the past and enjoy an all you can eat spaghetti dinner special. PERMIT NO. 30111 Ju.,A., cA Jll II,l,,I,,I,,I,l,l,,I,,I,,I,,I,l,,I,l,ll,,,,ll,,,,llh,,I,l,l,I Small Town Papers TFN 217 WCota St \\; Shelton WA 98584-2263 In This Edition Julian High School Paper "The Eaglette" page 7 Julian Eagles Athletics Football Friday, August 31 L 22.30 Borrego Friday September 7 L 41 - 0 Hamilton (Anza) Friday, September 14 HOME San Pasqual Valley 3PM Friday, September 21 away Calvin Christian 7PM Friday, September28 HOME Sherman Indian School Teacher & Staff Appreciatio n Day 3PM Saturday, October 6 away Classical Academy @ Orange Glen HS 7'PM Friday, October 12 HOME Calvary Christian HOMECOMING 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 19 HOME San Pasqual Academy Senior Night - 2:30 or 7PM Friday, October 26 away Borrego 7PM Friday, November 2 away Vincent Memorial 7PM Volleyball Thursday, August 30 W 3-1 San Diego Jewish Academy Tuesday, September 4 W3-2 Classical Academy High Thursday, September 6 W3.1 Ocean View Academy Saturday, September 8 Joshua Springs Tournament Joshua Springs TBA Tuesday, September 11 HOME St Joseph Academy Friday, September 14 HOME Warner Springs High School Wednesday, September 19 HOME Calexico Adventist Mission School Friday, September 21 HOME Borrego Springs High School Saturday, September 22 away Pacific Ridge Tournament TBA Monday, September 24 away EscondJdo Adventist 5:30 Wednesday, September 26 Vincent Memorial High CrossCountry Saturday, September 15 Mt,CarmelMovin Shoes Invitational Friday, September 21 Citrus League #1 at Julian Friday, October 5 Citrus League #2 at Lake Morena Friday, October 19 Citrus League #3 at Guajome Park Friday, November 2 Citrus League #4 at Borrego Friday, November 9 Citrus League Finals at Lake Morena Saturday, November 17 * San Diego ClF Finals at Morley Field Thursday October 4, 5:30pm Behind Julian Fitness Center ' tlosted B Y. Desperados Julian Music Festival Saturday, September 15 - Menghimi Winery of Cc www.,julianca.com 1