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Volume 26 - Issue 6 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 Wednesday September 22, 2010 Julia,, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 ~"~" ........... J I] Begins ; September 2010 by King Features Syndicate Inc, World rights reserved Chamber Board Endorses Prop L Speaking as a private citizen, Cara Couvillian came before the board of directors of the Julian Chamber of Commerce and explained the need for the passage of Porposition L on the ballot. The bond measure that the High School district has put before voters. After the questioning by the board, especially president Mike Menghini, on the merits and why the district found itself in this position. The board unanimously 8-0 (all members present with the exception of Betty Birdsell who was excused) passed a resolution supporting Prop L, and requested the chamber be included in the citizens oversight process. Low Cost Management) Assistance The East County Transitional Living Center has developed a work program for residents of their facility to provide defensible space assistance to rural San Diego County Residents at a low cost. San Diego residents must take responsibility for maintaining a fire wise homestead by providing 100 foot of defensible space by maintaining and thinning vegetation around their home. Many residents do not have the time or the ability to take care of this important fuel modification requirement. The East County Transitional Living Center has developed a unique program to assist residents with completing thinning, weed whipping and pruning for residents in the 100 foot area around their home. Please call them for a low cost estimate for these services on private property at (619) 442- 0457. A team leader will meet residents on site and provide an accurate estimate of the work to be preformed. They also have a chipper available at a reduced cost to dispose of materials cut for you. Other services are also available to county homeowners at a reduced rate. This program provides a dual benefit as it provides training assistance for residents who have been unemployed and homeless. County property owners not only obtaining needed assistance for themselves but at the same time provide employment assistance for individuals in need. The East County Transitional Living Center is a non profit. Call them about making a tax deductible donation to enable the East County Transitional Living Center provide this and other services to San Diego County residents. Address: 1527 East Main Street, El Cajon, CA (619) 442- 0457 on the web: I can n 24th Annual Julian Art Guild Show This Weekend At Menghini The Julian Arts Guild and Harry Joe Reynolds present Volcan Mountain Folk Festival and Art Show, formerly the Menghini Art and Music Festival. This year the music is taking the spotlight to draw more attention to the artists. For the first time this will be an event with a ticket price, a very reasonable $8 at the gate or $5 in advance for each day ($16 and $10 for both days). There will be six performances each day. starting at 11 am on Saturday with Mountain Tribal Gypsy, then each hiour a new musical entertainment: Jake's Mountain at noon, Way Back Then at 1, High Wire at 2, Manda Mosherat 3, concluding at 4 with Prairie Sky. Artists will have their wares displayed throughout the area in between the apple trees. They include; Sandy Burkhead - Western watercolors; Susie Burress - painting, watercolor, acrylics, gourds, paper butterflies; Tomas Campbell - photography; Teresa Cardoza - hand made functional pottery; Wendy Cryingwolf - handmade seashells & beach grass wreaths, framed art pieces, bouquet hangers, bouquets; Elly Dotseth - pottery; William Duffy - oils paintings; Jackson Gray - hand built functional pottery, wild women sculptures and wire- worked jewelry; LuAnn Hedin - sterling silver jewelry and photo note cards; Jerome Lipetzky - plein air landscape paintings; Wendell Maize - stone and wood naturalistic sculpture; Barbara Nigro - handmade jewelry; Susan Owens - handmade jewelry, stone artwork; Jean-Paul modernistic, impressionistic, realistic original paintings, prints, and magnets. On Sunday a whole new list of musicians will play for the crowd again starting at 11, with the aptly named Rise and Shine, Noon brings the always crowd pleasing Grand Canyon Sundown, followed at 1 by 3 Faces West and some Cowboy Folk tunes and stories, Acoustic Coalition will fill the 2 oclock hour and The Girlz will play until the Mountain Tribal Gypsy returns at 4 to close the weekend. There will bee food from Wynola Pizza's Red Barn BBQ and Pie and Ice Cream from Mom's. It all takes place on the grounds of the Menghini Winery (1150 Julian Orchards Drive) out Farmer Road from town. Harry Joe Reynolds and Kathlene Johnson "Rise & Shine" .0 This Past Wednesday was declaired Julian Elementary School Day through out San Diego County in recognition of their selection as a "National School of Character". The proclamation was presented at the Board of Supervisors Chamber (see :photo) during their regular Wednesday meeting. The school was also selected as a "Peaceful Playground" award winner. The concept, developed by Iongtime teacher and Principal Dr. Melinda Bossenmeyer, Los Angeles, California, is an affordable solution to playground woes. The program boasts increasing physical activity a much-needed intervention for the childhood obesity problem sweeping the nation. The Peaceful Playgrounds program consists of five main components: Ablueprint forgame markings- The first objective is to disperse children evenly across the play area. Colorful, strategically spaced game markings include numbers, letter grids, and various geometric shapes, which delineate play spaces, creating a cheerful amusement park look. A consistent set of rules- The second objective is to foster consistency and training for kids, Susi Jones, Nancy Younce, Superintendent and Donna Linton with Supervisor Dianne Jacob Julian'Elementary Schools proclamation from the Supervisors, recognizing the school as a National Character. P Conflict resolution strategy- Children learn to resolve their own conflicts. Various effective options for working out disagreements are taught to the children, freeing up supervisors to do their job- looking after the safety of all those on the playground. List of equipment- Game markings and rules are useless Kevin Ogden receiving Board of School of etc.) is provided. Consistent expectations and training- It is paramount to the success of the program that each staff member understands and supports the program objectives. Being able to play and work cooperatively empowers children and crosses over into the classroom. Through mostly word-of- i