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September 21, 2011 LocalEPerlenceSmce1988 II * Tree Consulting and Inspection II * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. License #945348 92036 WE-8690A Without accepting the fact that everything changes, we cannot find perfect composure. But unfortunately, although it is true. it is difficult for us to accept it. Because we cannot accept the truth of transience, we suffer. Shunryu Suzuki Tribute To Native Heritage At Warner School - Thursday Warner School Indian Advisory Committee is inviting the students, staff and community members to the Warner High School gym on Thursday, September 22nd @ 2:00PM for Traditional Bird Singing and dancing• We have invited the Norte Bird Singers as well and hope they can participate. Paul "Junior" Cuero, the previous Chairman of the Campo Band of Kumeyaay Indians, will be singing thousand year old Kumeyaay songs and telling the stories behind each song• He is well known throughout Indian Country for his strong voice, the knowledge of our history & creation story and most of all he strives to keep our culture alive today. For the Native children, please bring your skirts or dresses and for the boys we would Love to see your ribbon shirts. School will be closed for California Indian Day and this is a way to honor our people. Thank you, Brandie Taylor VJ˘-e.-Chairwoman, lipay Nation of.Santa Ysabel- ~.~...~ ;, .. ~.~ ~. ~. Warner School Board Memt')er Apple Days Pie Contest Entry Forms Julian Apple Days Fourth Annual Pie Contest Entry Card Form Entry No# __ Name (Print) Physical Address Mailing Address: Phone: E-Mail: Town: Zip Code: Age: (Optional) Male: [] Female: [] I affirm that my entry is Home Made: [] YES [] NO I understand that any utensils, dishes, plates, etc. Can Not be returned. (Initial here) Julian Apple Days Fourth Annual Pie Contest Entry No# Recipe/Ingredient Card Name of Recipe: List Ingredients Here: List Directions for Recipe Here: attach separate sheet of paper if necessary Wynola's Daily Perc Is Now Open by Sharlynn O'Conner Like so many 'overnight' success stories, plans for The Perc began to brew over two years ago. Owners Patty and Dale Strong have a truly unique story on the long and grinding road(s) that led up to today's happy beginning. You'lL find the bright red door open at the southeast corner of Wynola Farms Marketplace, 4470 Hwy. 78, every morning at 5:30, 7:30 on weekends. There is plenty of parking all around the building, outdoor covered living through fires and personal health challenges that they wanted to work full time in Julian. Both are now semi retired, Patty is a registered nurse and Dale is a general contractor by trade. They also founded and operate Mountain Beadworks and the Mountain Beadworks Activity and Learning Center, both also located at the marketplace. Their goal is to offer a personable, family friendly atmosphere for locals and visitors alike, with high quality products vnola s Daily Perc - now servmg seating with beautiful views at a reasonable price• They of Volcan Mountain. There is feel this location will be another indoor seating for over forty great boost to the Wynola/Julian people which includes fireside business economy. sofas, tables and stools at the Dale explained just a bit of refurbished 1940's soda fountain the process they went through that has been refurbished with before they could open the new equipment and Braziliancoffee shop. "As you might granite countertops studded with garnets. The Strongs have chosen Caff6 Calabria, a San Diego coffee roasting company as their premium coffee bean supplier. Caff6 Calabria started as a simple quest for a good cup of coffee. After tasting coffee all over the country, Calabria's founder, Arne Holt. seized his calling to bring quality coffee to San Diego. Fifteen years, endless hours of wort˘, dozens of trips to ltaly and~n~liions of l:/'atches o,f, coffee later - Caff6 Calabria is one of the finest coffee roasters on the West Coast and, after much research and sampling, Patty and Dale agree! The Perc also offers Caff6 Calabria Teas, and of course, espressos, cappuccinos, and flavored, iced & blended drinks for every coffee connoisseur• The Perc's baristas are all trained by Caff~ Calabria. In the future, look for specially hosted tastings (called cuppings) which will include education on histories of coffees and teas. Also offered at The Perc are fresh locally made sandwiches and wraps, smoothies, cocoa, cider, all beef hot dogs "and sausages, nachos, root beer floats, a large variety of snacks and bakery items and local fresh fruit. Future activities include a food and wine pairing hosted by Country Cellars on October 22nd and the Julian Merchant's Association Breakfast on October 19th, a Celebratory Grand Opening, school group visits and special beading classes that will include lunch an~ pie. Wynola's Daily Perc is also taking reservations for meetings, receptions, holiday and birthday parties, live music shows, and will soon be hosting movie nights with popcorn, soft serve ~ce cream, free wifi and frequent sippers cards• Their vision began when they decided that after living in Julian -for 25 years and commuting into the city for 18 of those years, imagine, transforming a portion of a building build in the 1940's was quite a challenge•" The County didn't even know where they should begin, so both the Strongs and five different regulatory agencies began to blaze a never before traveled trail• Dale's background in building helped him deal with the County, as well as countless hours of sweat equity. Dale continued, "The County is there for a reason, and they really were good to w~.~with, but that didn't make the many hundred mile round trips to their offices any easier•" Beyond seemingly endless and costly building codes and permits, they tackled food licensing requirements, fire codes, and something most restaurants never have to face: updating, or more accurately, creating solutions to water and sewer issues. "California's environmental health concerns are extremely stringent, protecting us from contamination .in our water sources", Dale explained• They drilled a 350 foot new commercial well, not even knowing if they would find water at all, a huge financial risk that paid off. Along the way, Patty also became a Certified Food Safety Manager. When asked what got them through the challenges they faced in opening, Dale said simply, "Quitting was never an option, even though many people told us point blank that we should just give up. Life is too short to not do what you want•" Patty added, "Our friends and families were incredibly supportive•" Her only wish is that her parents, who both passed earlier this year, would have been here to see this day, but she and Dale are both positive that they are looking over them and sending blessings their way. Patty smiles as she remembers how much her mom enjoyed a good cup of coffee wherever she traveled, and Dale, well he just can't stop smiling••• come on by and see for yourself! The first written mention of ice cream in this country can be found in a letter from the 1700s, which admiringly describes the ice cream and strawberry dessert a Maryland governor served at a dinner party. The Julian News 3 Here Julian Apple Days Coloring Contest Competition Open To Children Ages 5-12 Young budding artists will have the opportunity to compete for prizes through a Fall coloring 1 contest sponsored by The Julian ] Merchants Assocaton. The competition is part of the annual celebration of Julian Apple Days which runs from September 15 until November 15. ' Children can pick up a coloring sheet~ at The Julian Library or download a pdf file at Entries can be dropped off at the Julian Library and each artist will receive a small prize just for entering. There is one entry per person and should include the artist's name, age, address and phone on the back. All entries must be received by October 25, 2011. "Entries will be judged on creativity and neatness," according to Tracy Turner, president of The Julian Merchants Association. "It's a great way for children to be a part of the Apple Days celebration•" All entries will be displayed at the Julian Library• Winners in each age category will be selected and contacted by phone• For more information, contact The Julian Merchants Association at 760-765- 4758. Spencer Valley Sends a Big Thank You Annie's Over the summer, Spencer Valley Elementary School applied for and received a $250 school gardening grant from Annie's Homegrown (, a natural foods company that makes organic and wholesome food products for children and adults• With the funds, the .school was able to purchase brand new gardening gloves for every student this year. The school also has plans to purchase a new wheelbarrow and do some much-needed repairs to their gardening tools• Thanks Annie's! Oktoberfest In Only Three Weeks Mark your calendars• The Rabobank parking lot on Main Street in Julian is the place to be on Saturday and Sunday, October 8th and 9th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm to celebrate the 16th Annual Oktoberfest. Admission is free. Get out your lederhosen and dust off your dancing shoes• Entertainment will be provided each day by Gordon Kohl and his band playing traditional folk music and popular tunes• Don't forget to bring your appetite to enjoy a delicious Austrian/ German menu of bratwurst, sauerkraut, potato salad and tap beer. Hot dogs and soft drinks will also be available• For dessert, Julian apple pie of course along with strudel and turnovers• Kids will enjoy lining up for face painting by Yoo Hog the Clown• The public is invited to this fun annual event sponsored by St. Elizabeth's Church in Julian• For more information contact Dick or Mary Ellen Thilken at 760•765.1578