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September 21, 2011 The Julian News 9 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street ORNER WWW. lan- ro er TREET les.com P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97111 .... WYNOLA ESTATES RANCH EV Large ana wooded acres m Pine Hills. Much attention to ][ ..... CH ~ld . . _ opaclous Living k~aarters. /3Bath Home details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream kitchen, with I with an attached 1BedrorS~/ S~ Ft Guest large center isle and Granite counter to s, lar e ~1 " " p g |Quarters. Surroun~aks and ~a~anita front yard, double attached garage and views! II trees on 2.5 A~bly a Great Opportunity! was ReducedTo $699,0001 389,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain WOODED MOUNTAIN HOME with 2 bedrooms, open floor lan, decks, man mature trees, ara e, Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a ]1 P Y g g~ .......... ~. , Ill large shed and an extra .25 acre lot. Would make ~eth" O~l~h~i~rei, ~0:eYdL;Vmds rdeO2 nas nreplace[~a great weekend hideaway or retirement home. p , , and an extra [l[ Seller motivated. room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. ][ Priced to sell at Priced at $289,000 II $200,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor plan, liB Charming and immaculate country home. Two H hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood I~ bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, i stove and skylights. Two bedrooms, two baths and J[ open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tons of inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with views | upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. | areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. A great buy at $239,000 $286,000 AVAILABLE LAND septic tank. $165,000 FANTASTIC VIEWS - even to the ocean on a clear day - from this 4.32 Acre parcel on North Peak in gated community. Survey and Septic layout completed. Priced at $125,000 CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS -- 1.28 Acres with easy access, many mature trees, views Has approved septic layout. $169,000 CHOICE WOODED PARCEL -- in Julian Estates 4.24 Acres at the end of East Incense Cedar Rd. with easy access off cul-de-sac. Underground power CHOICE BUILDING SITE in Pine Hills. 1.28~and phone. Price Reduced to $174,000 wooded acres - easy access by driveway off Bluelll o ................... w ................ Jay Drive. Service .by Pine Hills Mutual Waterl~ ar~,l~,u.L~.vl.-.vva. -- from trus ,,./t~.cre Company, has approved septic lavout, ~reat views | P-' .... ~ g ,, ., ty arcel, also m Julian Estates ated communi . -- ~- Xl l -I O " ~ . -- I ooa weu, perc tests are completed, very rrivate. Reduced To $169,000 Reduced to $179,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net Empower,. Lead, Excel by Hananah Elliot "What happens at HOBY causes a ripple of inspiration" (HOBY Alumni). Two familiar students, Leah Keane and Jordan Afeldt- Cruz along with Julie Rousneau, my academic counselor came into my English class around May of my sophomore year. They announced that it's the time of the year to nominate a sophomore to attend HOBY. I looked around to my fellow classmates hoping I wasn't the only person in the room who had no idea what "HOBY" was. Reading all of our blank stares, they went on to explain that HOBY stands for Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Foundation. They then informed us that it was a youth leadership conference for only sophomores to attend. Leah and Jordan had gone their sophomore year and, they said how HOBY was fantastic and went as far to call it a "life changing" experience. I was instantly intrigued. I made the choice right then and there to do whatever I needed to do to go to HOBY. To be nominated, I wrote an essay and had an interview with Mrs. Rousneau. The next day I was informed I had been chosen as Julian High School's HOBY ambassador for 2011. Ecstatic I couldn't wait until the first week in June. Before I knew it, my alarm went off at 4:30 a.m and I was driving to Concordia University with butterflies in my stomach. Stiff and groggy from the four hour drive, I was awakened by the yells and cheers of people with signs bellowing "Welcome to HOBY!" I got out of the car and unloaded my duffle bag and braced myself for a long three days. Young people were chanting all around us. I was feeling almost awkward. My mom and I walked through the crowd of people and made our way to the registration table..Feeling a little overwhelmed, we decided to unpack my possessions in my room. I said goodbye to my mom and was all alone, but that did not last for long. I felt out of place like a kindergartener and I wished my mom had not left yet. I was told to go to the grass and find my group leader. So, alone I walked to the grass quad and introduced myself. The counselors greeted me warmly and told me I was in the "Trendsetters" group. This Year the theme for HOBY was "The Art Of Leadership". There were about 15 groups and all had a different type of title that had to do with different areas of art for example, painters, mimes and poets. I walked over to my group and again introduced myself. I felt relief when the other sophomores in my group looked just as terrified as I felt. We did some games to break the ice and I didn't think my team and I had very much in common; however, being on a tight schedule, we all had to go to our first guest speaker Scot Backovich Listening to this fantastic motivational speech, I felt a fire being lit underneath me and the 200 or so other sophomores in the auditorium. The change had begun. Over a quick lunch, my group slowly found some common ground mostly to do with our passion to help or change something in our school or community. We all had our own thoughts and opinions. During lunch, the counselors tried to teach the ambassadors some cheers and we were all very shy and not loud at all, but it was a start. Then we had several other guest speakers explain what good leadership was and different types of leaders. I learned that there are many different types of people and leaders in the world. A leader isn't always the loudest, strongest, or the ASB president but often the opposite. A leader can be the person who stays after dances to clean up or who picks up a piece of trash on their way to class. Who knows if by picking up that empty bag of chips influences the person next to you to do the same. Just think of what a much cleaner campus and or town we would live in? By being an example to others is an example of being a leader. We had about twelve guest speakers ranging in occupation from CEO of a major company to Olympic gymnast. This diversity helped with the understanding of many different aspects of continued on page 10 Dreary Night For - .:.,...~ .... ,,,;~.:.. Eagles continued from page 1 the Eagles one and returned it to the Eagtes 36. The left side of the O-line disappears and Josh Savage gets dropped for a 12-yard loss. The boys net a -1 yard on the next three snaps as the Eagles are forced to punt once again. 0, the Fo6thills Knights 20. .... ~ge~ja.u~e of irtjurles, the Eagles make some line adjustments at halftime, with Tony Moniz donning an ineligible number as a down lineman. The Knights take the Eagles second half kick back to their own 33. The Knights pick up two q uick first downs, assisted by another 5-yard encroachment call on the Eagles defense. On the Bret Teusch is surrounded by Knights defense. photo by Lance Arenson (www.LPAKphotography.com) The Knights return the punt to the Eagles 49 and pick up 24 yards for another first down as the first quarter comes to an end. After 12 minutes of play, it's our Julian Eagles 0, Foothills Christian Knights 14. The second quarter opens with the Knights at the Eagles 24. Assisted by an 5-yard encroachment call on the Eagles defense, Foothills goes in for another score. Flores knifes through the Knights line and gets a big hand on the kick. No extra poinL Julian 0, Foothills 20. Ernst pounds out another kick to the Eagles 45, but Julian exits on a four and out series. Foothills can't complete a pass, twice, but picks up 20 yards on a sashay through the Eagles defense. DE Justin Heinz knifes through the Knights' o-line tackling the Foothills QB. causing a fumble, which the Eagles recover. Julian is deep in it's own end of the field and the first half ends with an incomplete pass to Kellen Regalado. Atthe half, it's the Julian Eagles next play, Heinz knifes through again, nailing the Foothills QB for a 6-yard loss. The Knights' RB jukes his way through a flatfooted Eagles troupe of DB's and scores another Foothills TD. An Eagles defender gets a talon on the kick and the extra point doesn't happen. Julian 0; Foothills 26. Foothills' kick goes through the endzone for a touchback and the Eagles set up at their own 20. Savagegot sacked for an 8-yard loss and with two more dropped passes, the Eagles again are forced to punt. The Eagles get the punt away and it gets returned to the 50. The Knights pick up a quick 16 and another first down and again a ratn of little yellow flowers litter the field. After this mess gets sorted out, with offsetting penalties, play the down over, Justin Flores gets cracked in the back with a blind hit and goes down Hard. Flores was assisted from the field and attended to on the sidelines. With an already decimated defense, the Knights work their way down to the Eagles endzone for another score. Foothills' PAT is good, Juliar[ 0; Foothills 33. Justin F. jumps back in and returns the Knights' kick 17 yards to the Eagles 22. Brett Teusch breaks for a quick 5 and Chance Perez picks up an apparent 5 yards for an Eagles first down, but the official spots the ball with a 4-yard pick up. The whistle blows, end of the 3rd Quarter. Julian 0; Foothills 33 Perhaps it was the loss of illumination. Nope, poor spot! Savage's QB sneak gets thrown back for no gain and the Knights take over. Foothills picks up another first down on 3 rushes when perfectly timed Flores blitz busts through the Knights o-line, squishes the Knights QB and causes a fumble. Eagles ball. Well aimed passes and nervous hands don't mix. The normally sure-handed Eagles receiving corps drop Savage's next three passes. The Eagles punt once again. Foothills picks up another quick first down, but another smash by the Eagles linebacker corps brings another Eagles-recovered fumble. Our Eagles can't turn this present into a score and are forced to punt away, yet again. Foothills can't move the ball either as the final whistle blows and the game ends. In the end, it was an ugly loss by our Eagles. Can the boys play much better, you bet! Was there a less than average officiating crew? I think so, but they were equally bad for both teams. Was there a boorishly amateur sidelines announcer, most certainly. Do your Eagles have an excellent opportunity to turn their season around next Friday? Yes they do. Will they? You will just have to be in the stands next Friday to find out. Calvin Christian journeys to Julian next Friday at 3:00 PM to meet our Eagles. See you there. I wouM like to deny all allegations by Bob Hope that during my last game of golf I hit an eagle, a birdie, an elk and a moose. Gerald Ford LINCOLN DEMING POST 468 Potat6es/Gravy, Corn, Cole Slaw, Roll/Butter, $ Dessert Children Under 10 - $6.oo Friday, September 23, 2011 5:30 until 8:00 or until sold out www.julianpost468.org Non Profit Donation 2nd and Washington Proceeds return to the community Julian Ca.