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www.JulianNews.com (46¢ + tax included) 50¢ M A I L E D F R O M JULIAN C A . 9 2 0 3 6 PRESORTED STandARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 30 JULIAN, CA Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 Change Service requested DATED MATERIAL For the Community, by the Community. Fall Sports Schedules Football Friday, August 23 W 69-28 Home vs Warner Friday, September 13 L 48-6 Home vs Rock Academy Friday, September 20 3:30 Home vs San Pasqual Academy Friday, September 27 7pm @ Foothills Christian Friday, October 4 7pm Homecoming vs Borrego Springs Friday, October 11 7pm @Calvary Christian Friday, October 18 tba @Horizon Prep Cross Country Friday, August 30 Wolf Pack Invitational @West Hills HS (Santee) Friday, September 6 Ian Cumming/Tim Latham Invite @Rohr Park (Chula Vista) Thursday, September 12 Cuyamaca State Park Invite Wednesday, September 18 Frontier Conference Cluster #1 @ NTC Park (San Diego) Saturday, September 21 Woodbridge HS CC Classic @Silverlakes Sports Park(Norco) Friday, September 27 Coach Downy CC Classic @Morley Field (Balboa Park) Thursday, October 3 Maranatha Invitational @Rancho Bernardo Com Park Thursday, October 10 Frontier Conference Cluster #2 @ NTC Park (San Diego) Thursday, October 24 Frontier Conference Cluster #3 @ NTC Park (San Diego) Thursday, November 7 Frontier Conference Cluster #4 @ NTC Park (San Diego) Thursday, November 14 Frontier Conference Finals @ NTC Park (San Diego) Saturday, November 23 CIFSDS Championships @ Morley Field (Balboa Park) Saturday, November 30 CIF State Championships @Woodward Park (Fresno) continued on page 3 ESTABLISHED 1985 An Independent Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Springs and Wynola. ISSN 1937-8416 Wednesday September 18, 2019 Julian, CA. Volume 35 — Issue 07 Volleyball Friday, August 30 - Home vs San Pasqual Academy Wednesday, September 4 - @ San Pasqual Academy Friday September 6 W 3-0 Home vs Rock Academy Thursday, September 12 L 0-3 @ Mountain Empire Tuesday, September 17 3:30 Home vs West Shores Tuesday, September 24 5:00 @ Calipatria Thursday, September 26 5:00 Home vs Warner Monday, September 30 5:00 @ Vincent Memorial Wednesday, October 2 3:30 @ West Shores Tuesday, October 8 5:00 Home vs Borrego Springs Tuesday, October 15 5:00 Home vs Vincent Memorial Thursday, October 17 5:00 Home vs Calipatria Tuesday, October 22 4:00 @Warner Thursday, October 24 4:00 @ Borrego Springs www.visitjulian.com Fall 2019 Will Bring a Series of Events and Happenings Check out www.FallinJulian.com Eagles Get Rolled By The Rock Be sure not to miss the opportunity to catch the live production of "The Music Man" by Meredith Willson this weekend! Produced by the Julian Theater Company in association with Julian High School District and Spencer Valley School District. Only two shows left: Friday 9-20 and Saturday 9-21 at 7pm. Performances are at the Julian High School. Get your tickets now before they are sold out! (See ad in this addition of The Julian News). Friday the 23th was an ominous day for the Eagle foot ball team in their quest to obtain winn number two on the season. Injuries had reduced the squad to nine, and one of those out for an extended period will be starting running back/linebacker Bradley Kaltentaller with a broken hand. The second play of the game set the tone as the Warriors from The Rock Academy broke a 60+ yard run and scored. On the kick off The Rock pooched a kick and recovered on the Julian 45 ... two plays later they score again. Kick off and another pooch kick, this time Julian recovers and finally gets the ball down 12 - 0. The offense goes three and out punting the ball to The Rock. On their second play of the series, Julian’s Dusty Flack steps Music Man Marches On For Final Weekend Book Fair and Grandparent/Special Persons Day This week the Elementary School enjoyed the efforts of an amazing Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). One entire classroom was transformed into a week-long Scholastic Book Fair. A pink unicorn promoting the event was spied on Monday morning and then again later in the week accompanied by a tyrannosaurus rex! Students and parents purchased books throughout the week, and it was so nice to see students visually devouring fresh new books all over campus. Friday marked the beginning of a new event at Julian Elementary. The PTO has been wanting to create a Grandparents Day for some time. This evolved into a Grandparents and Special Persons Day. Promotion began and, at first, nobody knew how many guests to expect. As Friday approached it became clear that this was going to be a blockbuster event. At noon on Friday the parking lot filled and spilled onto Cape Horn Street and then around the corner. 150 grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other VIPs nearly doubled the size of the campus! Classroom visits, refreshments, family photographs, and tours consumed the rest of the day. The Book Fair was open and approximately 150 new books were purchased on Friday alone. Thank you to our guests, teachers, and an amazing PTO. County Approves Resiliency Report and Recovery Plan by Yvette Urrea Moe, County of San Diego Communications Office The County Office of Emergency Services introduced new efforts to better prepare the region for a disaster, with a specific focus on wildfires. The first is the County Resiliency Program, which analyzes existing emergency capability and response plans looking for potential gaps and solutions to further reduce risk to communities. The County also updated the regional Operational Area Recovery Plan, a comprehensive plan involving all key partners for the restoration of essential services and economic recovery in the wake of a disaster. Both items were presented Tuesday to the County Board of Supervisors at the County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa. The Board voted unanimously to accept the County Resilience Program report and the Recovery Plan update. The County Resilience Program is an ongoing effort that will address all hazards, but it focused first on conducting a Wildfire Resilience Review since wildland fires remain the most prevalent and costly threat to the region. “There’s no question about it, as we sit here today, we are better prepared now than we’ve ever been before, but what this (resilience) report does is, we’re stepping it up to a whole new level. The report represents the most in-depth, comprehensive wildfire analysis the County of San Diego has ever undertaken,” County Supervisor Chairwoman Dianne Jacob stated to the audience. “It includes the review and recommendations in three separate areas that have been presented, the pre-fire, the response, the recovery, and within these three sections are 16 objectives and 50 tasks which are assigned to specific county departments for follow-up and implementation.” Planning and analysis were conducted by a working group comprised of 33 subject matter experts from the County and were supported by outside stakeholder groups including CAL FIRE, SDG&E, CalTrans, environmental groups and members of several Fire Safe Councils. “The County is a leader in the nation in terms of initial attack capabilities,” said Gary Johnston, the County’s Chief Resiliency Officer. “However, to remain ahead and keep pace with fighting wildfires year-round, the working group recommends additional investment in multiple response-related capabilities.” The program report contains specific recommendations not only for response but for enhancing pre-fire safety measures and recovery capabilities after a wildfire. Some of the recommended investments include updating the Fire Authority’s Wildland Prevention Plans, keeping a large airtanker based at the Ramona Airport and upgrading first responders to a P25 Digital Mobile Radio System. All objectives and tasks will be tracked and assessed to ensure accountability and timeliness. Oneofthefocusesoftheupdate to the Operational Area Recovery Plan is developing relationships among emergency planners, Dusty Flack’s 45 yard interseption return for a TD - the lone Eagle highlight. The Rock Academy off to the end zone. in front of a pass and races 45 yards to the end zone giving the Eagles some life and a score. 12 -6 Warriors lead. Unfortunately that was all the local team could muster. The Rock would get the ball on the kick off, and again two plays later add to their tally. This was the script for the day. Every time the Rock got the ball they would score on their second play. Julian would go three downs and punt or fail to make a first down. The Warriors would then run to the end zone. With a shortage of players available and a couple of injuries already, Coach Michael Audibert made the decision to end the carnage after the first quarter. Final score The Rock Academy 48 - Julian Eagles 6. Next game Friday 3:30 at home against San Pasqual Academy.