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Cuyamai r Valley,. Mt. Lagu R Summit, War Volume 26 - Issue 5 Wednesday September 15, 2010 ISSN 1937-8416 Jufian, CA. Town Hall Meeting - Fire House Is On Track, Just Not The Fast One by Michael Hart Friday Night (9/10) the Julian- Cuyamaca Fire Protection District's Chief; Kevin Dubler informed the small crowd at the town hall where the district is on building the new fire station. As the warning label on new car out side mirrors states "objects may be closer than they appear" the same could be said for the new station. After changing locations, negotiating with various County and State agencies it is possible that the new station could actually break ground this spring. The Chief stressed that there are still some issues to be worked out, none seemed insurmountable and the largest challenges have been met and worked through. The County should be close to approving the site plan and the district has, so far, met all obligations for the preliminary approval. "unless they trow something new at us, we have submitted all the necessary paperwork for this phase of the process." The next phase will include bids have been reviewed a firm putting the project out to bid, construction schedule will be in on a "Design/Build" proposal to place and progress will be far qualified contractors. Once the more visible to everyone. Julian Area Gets Assistance For Home Address Signs The Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District (Volunteers) has received notification from the San Diego Foundation that they have been awarded $6,300 to purchase and install address signs for residents that are unable to do so themselves. Chief Kevin Dubler and community volunteer Faith Berry wrote and submitted an application to the San Diego Foundation for this funding to assist residents needing home address signs. Address signs that meet County of San Diego Code, enable fire and other emergency medical responders find individuals needing assistance more quickly especially at night on unlit rural roads. Minutes can make a difference in the outcome of the emergency response. The fire district is pleased to be able to provide assistance with this very important need. Details about ordering signs will be provided as grant funding is received. Stay tuned for future information. Remember now is the time to make sure that you have taken responsibility for maintaining a fire wise homestead. Make sure that you have completed proper vegetation management of the 100 foot defensible space around your home, made home retrofits on your roof, windows and gutters etc to make your home more defensible. For more information about making your home more defensible or to donate to assist the fire department and this special project contact Chief Dubler. Juiian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District Office 2645 Farmer Road - Julian, CA (760) 765-1510 It Will Be A Boogie Woogie Close Out To A Bluegrass Weekend San Diego's Queen of Boogie Woogie, Sue Palmer, has amazed audiences all over the world with her unique style and phenomenal left hand. She delights in creating an atmosphere reminiscent of the small clubs and cafes of 1932 Paris, Harlem, West Texas and Hawaii. Sue Palmer will be the Sunday afternoon entertainment for the 40th Julian Banjo Fiddle Contest and Bluegrass Festival (renamed Music Festival according to the banners posted about town) Palmer is no stranger to the spotlight. For five years, Sue was the musical partner of blues diva and recording artist Candye Kane. They toured France and most of Europe, including Scandinavia, Greece, and Turkey. Their travels also took them to Reunion island, Canada, Australia, and all over the U.S. Under the moniker Sue "Beehive" Palmer with Candye Kane and the Swingin' Armadillos, she appeared on the Penn & Teller Show and the Roseanne Show, where Sue acted as the talk show band leader (1999). Sue is a featured artist on all four of Kane's CDs under the Antones and Sire labels. Sue's instrumental composition "Beehive" was featured on Kane's "Diva La Grande" CD, and Sue and Candye co-wrote the title tune on Kane's CD "Swango." "Swango" is also featured in the documentary "The Girl Next Door," a biography of porn star Stacy Valentine produced by National Public Radio's Christine Fugat in 2000. Equally at home with 12- bar blues, boogie woogie, swing, jazz or country, Sue is a successful band leader in her own right. She fronted her own swing band Tobacco Road for twelve years and produced and played on four independently released CD's. The recordings featured bassist, vocalist and arranger Preston Coleman who was an indispensable player in the Chicago and New York jazz scenes of the '30s and '40s. Sue plays with such style, energy, and fun that she seems to put the room in motion. You sure can't miss the beat when she plays Freddie Slack's Down the Road Apiece or her version of Fats Waller's Honeysuckle Sue Palmer, The Queen of "Boogie Woogie" piano Rose. Next up is her original Sashimi Mimi, a takeoff on Fujiyama Mama. She's wearing a couple pounds of big cocktail rings on each hand, and their reflections sparkle against the piano's fallboard. teacher, songwriter, and singer, and has taught banjo and music theory classes at many workshops, including the British Columbia Bluegrass Workshop, American Banjo Camp, California Bluegrass Association music camp, Midwest Banjo Camp, and Sore Fingers Bluegrass Weel! in the UK. Janet's solo album, 5 South appeared on the Bluegrass Unlimited chart for a year with a song by Chris, "Julia Belle," which was also recorded by Dale Ann Bradley. Janet's song "From Now On" was recorded by Sierra Hull on Rounder Records and was the most-played song on Sirius Bluegrass Radio for December 2008. Janet teaches banjo, recorder, and flute at Old Time Music in San Diego. Chris Stuart and Backcountry Others scheduled to perform over the two day festival are: Chris Stuart and Backcountry, Chris Stuart on guitar; Janet Beazley on banjo; Eric Uglum on lead guitar; and Austin Ward on bass. Chris was co-writer of the 2009 IBMA Song of the Year and won first-prize at the Merlefest Chris Austin Songwriting Contest in both bluegrass and gospel categories. His songs have been recorded by top artists such as Claire Lynch, Dale Ann Bradley, Doyle Lawson, Bobby Osborne, Michael Cleveland, Larry Cordle, Dan Paisley, and many others. Nine of his songs have appeared on the Bluegrass Unlimited top- 30 chart. Janet Beazley is a highly accomplished banjo player, Eric Uglum began his bluegrass career with Weary Hearts in the 1980s with Ron Block, Butch Baldassari, Rob Ickes and Mike Bub. He's also played with Copperline, and for many years with Lost Highway. Eric's solo album on Backcountry Records, Shenandoah Wind, was selected by Bluegrass Now magazine as the best album of 2003, and the song "Shenandoah Wind," written by Chris, was on the Bluegrass Unlimited chart for several months. Eric also runs New Wine Studio in Apple Valley, California. Austin Ward in a very short time has become a respected, solid and creative bass player. He has a thorough feel for bluegrass and continued on page 5 ?0 Box 6:39 t'/ I) .!iian. CA. 92-..... S Char, ge Servi('e ReqcJested ,J PRESORTED STANDARD I I PermitNo. 30 II Julian, CA I I1,1,,I,,I,,,,11,,11,,11,,,,,11,,I,II1,,,I,,I,,,I,1,11,,,I,,11 Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 Legion Pays Tribute To Those Who Serve on 9/11 And Those Who Sacrificed Julians ' American Legion Post 468 followed their regular monthly meeting on Saturday, September l l th with a tribute to those killed the attacks carried out and a tribute to the over 50 members of the back country currently serving in the military. A 21 gun salute was executed by the honor guard and prayer read by Post Chaplain Jimmy Carter. Bugler Howard Simpson blew "Taps" and a short eulogy was read by Commander Dusty Keane. A small crowd of Post members and the public looked on. The Joys Of Tracking Saturday At The Library by Perry Savage Coyote and Bob Cat Tracks photo by Barry Martin, SDTT We have all seen them - paw prints and hoof prints imbedded in the mud after a rain, or in the surface dust on a hiking trail. To the untrained observer, these are nothing but critter calling cards - interesting, but not very useful. To the trained eyes of a tracker though, animal tracks can reveal entire biographies about the creatures that left them. Those "stories" can then be used to evaluate the general health of animal populations living in a particular habitat, as well as their patterns of migration. In today's world of continuing human encroachment into sensitive natural environments, animal trackers can provide crucial information to help preserve wildlife habitats and migratory pathways in a sustainable manner. Doing so allows responsible human development while keeping animal populations healthy and in balance. Besides all that, how cool would it be to track a deer, or be able to tell a bobcat's tracks from those of your neighbor's labrador retriever? That probably would make you feel all worldly and wise, don't you think? Join us at The Julian Library on Saturday, September 18th for an entertaining and educational presentation by expert tracker Karen Larsen Gordon, a founding member of The San Diego Tracking Team. The program will begin at 1:00 PM in the library's Community Room. Ms. Gordon's presentation focuses on the mission of The San Diego Tracking Team, its accomplishments and its future goals. Ms. Gordon will also provide plenty of information on the art of tracking,, identification techniques and basic tracking terminology. continued on page 15 Eagles Struggle In Home Opener Injury Report Grows by H "Buddy" Seifert The 2010 Eagles football team lost their home opener to the Rock Academy Warriors of San Diego Friday afternoon. The game started with the Eagles kicking off to the Warriors. The Warriors were held to a net 1 yard gain during their first possession, being stopped in their tracks by punishing tackles by Josh Ernst, Johnny Hake and Rodney Doss, Jr. After a short punt by the Warriors, the Eagles were set and ready to roll at their own 42 yard line. Johnny Hake ran and powered his way through a half dozen Warriors defenders on the Eagle's first play of the game for an 18 yard gain. A first down on the Eagles first play. Unfortunately, the Eagles fumbled on their next play and the Rock recovered on their own 41. The Rock squandered their possession and went 4 and out with the Eagles taking over on the Warriors' 41. Johnny Hake sniffed out an option around left end and shut them down for no gain and Josh Ernst and Brett Teusch leveled the Rock's next rusher after a short 1 yard gain. Two incomplete passes later, and it's the Eagles ball. The Eagles drove down the field behind another 21 yard pickup by Hake but ended up with a 4th and 8. Julian attempted an end around run with RB Clint Southcott, but lost the ball and Clint when he was injured and fumbled during the tackle. The Rock's next possession started with an incomplete pass, but on their third play the Warrior's receiver made a circus catch over the Eagles defensive backs and was run down and stopped on the 2 yard line by Jesse Lopez. The Rock QB went over center for the first touchdown of the afternoon and their PAT was good. 1:30 to go in the first quarter and the Warriors lead the Eagles 7 to 0. The first quarter ends with Hake picking up another 14 yards and another first down. The Eagles open the second quarter with a 10 yard sack of Jesse and a fumble that is recovered by the Rock. The Warriors squander their opportunity and go three and out. Josh Savage picked up 10 yards on the punt return which was followed by a 14 yard scamper by RB Rodney Doss, Jr. On the next play from scrimmage, Rodney got bulldogged down by his facemask and the penalty moved the ball to the Rock 34. Johnny Hake got stood up during a tackle and had the ball ripped from his arms by a Warriors' defensive end who returned the ball 35 yards to the Julian 21. The Rock's next play was called back because of a false start continued on page 10 Junior Brett Teusch goes high for an interception in the first quarter. photos by Albie Stark ,  , .  ll]   _'l [' [4ig i iI:.l [  [:4 a[ al ilJi J i[;T,:I a gt,,'l =  Wednesday, September 15" 8am WYNOLA PIZZA EXPRESS0000 m New Breakfast Location --