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lll.llltlfilllla,ll,htllhH,l"ttth,t'ttllq'Uhll'dh"l NEWSPAPER TFN ************MIXED ADC901 Small Town Papers [ The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the 217 w cota st i Backcountry Communities of Julian, l Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Shelton, WA 98584-2263 | ~J/ Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Springs and Wynol ednesday September123, ,i le!5 Julian, CA. (46 + tax included) , "~Fqp' "" ) Volume 3 - Is 07 www.lulianNews, corn issn 1937-s416 "Supper For The Schools" Warner Springs Golf'Grill To Host Wine As a fund raising effort to help fund the Farm To School Lunch program at Julian Elementary, Junior High and High School, Jeremy's on the Hill will be hosting a special "Supper For The Schools" event on the final Wednesday of every month, the first taking place next week - September 30 from 4:30 to 6:30. Supper will be served on the patio, buffet style and cost is $10, with al proceeds going to the school's Farm to School Lunch program. This will be a monthly event, the last Wednesday of each month through the school year. "We want the whole community to get behind this program, and the best way is to give them an opportunity to taste what we are feeding the school children." Jeremy Manley. The program menu will now appear in the Julian News every week so that families can see what their children have available, It wil also offer an opportunity to local businesses and individuals to sponsor that weeks menu, all the money will go to the school lunch program, according to publisher Michael Hart, "1 am donating the space for the menu and providing a vehicle for Jeremy's to help off set the cost of the program, because it is vital that we keep good food and fresh food in the scliools." If you are interested in being part of the Farm To School Program contact Jeremy's on the Hil for information. Pairing The newly reopened Warn er Spring G01f Grill is have a Wine Pairing Evening this Friday evening featuringlive music and wines from Mesa Grande Coraz6n Vineyard. Mesa Grande Coraz6n Winery is located on a heart-shaped property in the mountains of San Diego County, California. The unique growing conditions in this area combine Mediterranean climate with uncharacteristically rich, loamy clay soil to produce grapes that give the wine a bright, classic taste. The evening is $25 per person and will showcase the new menu, at the remodeled Warner Springs Golf Grill as well as the wine. W lrner Springs Ranch Resort is planning a variety of exclusive, yet family friendly dining experiences both indoor and al fresco dining with an emphasis on utilizing fresh, locally sourced ingredients with a farm-to-plate approach. Contact the Warner Springs Ranch Resort for additional information (760) 782-4270. t Watershed Relief Map for Volcan Mountain's Watershed Year From left to right are." Kathleen Beck, Bill Porter, Jim Lydick, and David Mosier. Photo by Jeff Holt Over a year ago, Kathleen Beck, Education Coerdinator for the Volcan Mountain Foundation (VMF), envisioned a watershed relief map that could help teach visitors about Volcan Mountain's vital watershed sources, and give them a hands-on experience on how watersheds function. She presente~d the idea for the 3D representation to a once local artist, Eleanor Warner. The artist made up a plan that was presented to the VMF Board of Directors that said, "Go find the money." Over $6,000 was raised over the next year; meanwhile, Eleanor and wood working artist, Matt Johnson, started the project in earnest. There were key contributions to the project from: the Michael & Paula Rantz Foundation, the Willis & Jane Fletcher Family Fund I at The San Diego Foundation, and the Community United Methodist Church in Julian, along with proceeds from VMF's Julian Film Festival. VMF Advisory Board member, Diane Coombs was a major champion.of the project, which will be an integral part of VMF's partnership in the San Dieguito River Watershed Explorers program, The program provides a much-needed opportunity for underserved students to get outdoors while learning about the importance of our region's watersheds. As part of the hands-on watershed lesson, visitors will be able to spray 'rain' over the very detailed relief map and see what happens as the water flows down on its way to the Pacific Ocean and the Salton Sea. The map is part of the interpretive displays at VMF's Volcan Mountain Nature Center located at the end of Farmer Road at the base of Volcan Mountain. Still to come is a permanent stand for the map that will be created by metal artisan Bill Porter. If you would like to arrange a visit, please contact Nicole at the VMF office (760- 765-2300), or you may contact Kathleen directly (760-518-3273). For more information about Volcan Mountain and the Volcan Mountain Foundation visit www.volcanmt.org. FridayNight Lights, Go Out On The wheels on Robert's bus went round and round, all the way down to Linda Vista. After a hard, tumultuous and emotional week, the boys were ready for some football. The Eagles were set to take on the Rock Academy Warriors at the Frances Parker School. The Warriors won the opening coin toss and elected to receive the opening kick off. tt was also Homecoming for the Warriors. The Rock took Caleb "Tenacious C" Biliunas' high kick deep inside their own 20 and returned the ball to their own 32. The Rock was making serious strides into the Eagles territory, when an Eagles talon pulled the ball from a Warrior and Daniel Streamer fell on it. Julian's ball at their own 46 with less than a minute gone in the contest. Shane Cranfield's first hand off went awry and the fumble was recovered by the Eagles with only a 4 yard loss. A quick pass to Daniel lost another 2 yards and Shane's pass to JJ fell incomplete. Tenacious C's punt floated out of bounds at the Rock's 36. The Warriors got a short 2 yards on 1st down and lost half of that on 2nd down. The Rock picked up 27 yards on 3rd down and a 1st down at the Julian 38. Two short rushes and a 10 yard holding penalty on theRock and it was their turn to punt. The wobbler went out of bound~ at the Julian 15. Coach White's sleight of hand plays were pulled out of the playbook and put to good use. Shane, under center called a shift and moved to WR, Daniel came out of the slot into th~.~.' shotgun. Daniel drilled a pass to Shane that was good for a quick 12 yards. Whoops, and Eagles lineman was offside's... net -5 yards. Still playing with a wildcard deck, Shane shoveled a short pass to Daniel who snuck a fast 13 yards before he was brought down. 2nd and 2. Daniel picked up 44 yards, 3 first downs over the next 6 touches and converted a.short pass from Eagle defenders swarm the Rock ball carrier Shane for another Eagles 1st down. Shane was sacked for an 8 yard loss and things spiraled downwardly from there. The ball went over to the Warriors on downs as the clock for the First Quarter went to 0. At the end of the First Quarter: Julian 0, the Rock 0. From the Warriors 18, the Rock's first down pass attempt flopped to the Earth. The Warrior QB picked up 11 on his own, but Marshall Marriot wrapped him up like a stale cheese sandwich for a 6 yard loss. Their next pass was INC. Unfortunately, their next pass was on the mark, all the way to the Julian 22. They picked up another 20 and easily slipped into the Eagles endzone for the first points of the game. The extra point kick was good. 10:33 in the half, Julian 0, the Rock Academy 7. JJ took the Warrior's kick deep in Eagles territory and got a very good return to the Rock 36. Shane's first pass of the quarter was rushed and it was picked off and returned to midfield. The Rock picked up a quick 31 yards to the Julian 19. The QB fumbled out of bounds as after picking up another 5 yards. On 2nd down Shuuluk ate the Warriors ballcarrier up like a Valentines chocolate for a 10 yard loss. An incomplete pass on 3rd down and the Warriors kicker split the uprights with a 39 by H. Buddy Seifert photo by Lance Arenson yard field goal Daniel took the Warrior's kick at the Julian 15 and motored his way out to the Julian 30. On the Eagles 1st Daniel picked up 20 yards behind his O line. Daniel lost 2, but he was tackled via his facemask so my Eagles picked up 15 on the penalty. By this point in the game, my Eagles were getting mugged with helmet pulling tackles and getting speared by the Warriors defenders with no detection by the officials on the backfield and on the home side of the field. Will Hatch was up next and he gained a quick 7 yards. Shuuluk pounded out another 5 yards, but the Eagles muddled about and finished up the possession with an incomplete pass. Ball over to the Warriors on downs at the Rock 21. The Rock QB had everybody out for a long pass; with a pressuring Eagles defense, he launched his pass several yards past the line of scrimmage. 10 yard penalty. That penalty was made up when an Eagles LB was caught making a tackle via a Warrior facemask. Daniel was deep in the Eagles defensive backfield when he snagged the next Warriors pass at the Rock 47 and wove his way throu'gh rush hour traffic and scored on the 53 yard pick. continued on page 7 Librarians Receive Scholarships To Attend Little Rock Conference Julian Branch librarian, Colleen Baker was awarded a scholarship to attend the Association for Small and Rural Libraries(ASRL) conference, which is taking place September 30 to October 3, 2015 in Little Rock, Arkansas The scholarship is awarded by the California State library and the State pays for twenty-five library staffers across the state that work in small, rural or tribal libraries to represent California. Mike Voss Julian resident and Branch Manager of the Borrego branch was also awarded a scholarship and will be attending. This conference focuses on the ways that libraries in small towns can improve services and better serve their customers, often with little or no additional funding. Baker attended one other ASRL conference three years ago in Raleigh, NC. Baker says, "It is much different than the larger conferences such 'as the American Library Association, which has 20,000 attendees, in that there are only 400 people and after three days you become fast friends." She added, "You really get to understand the plight of many of the much smaller libraries across the mid-west that are not associated with larger systems and have few external resources from which to draw." Baker will share about conference upon her return. Juliasn Branch Librarian; Colleen Baker Cross Country Saturday, September 12 - Bronco Round-Up Wednesday, September 16 - HTHNC Small Schools Invitational Saturday, September 19- Mt Carmel Cross Country I Friday, September 25 - South Bay Cross Country I Friday, October 2 - St Augustine Small School Friday, October 9 - "Citrus League Cluster #1; Calvary Christian Academy, SD, Lutheran, Mountain Em pire, West Shores Friday, October 16 - Home Citrus League Cluster #2; . Calvary Christian Academy, SD, Lutheran, Mountain Empire, West Shores Friday, October 23 - 68th Mt Sac Invitational Friday, OctOber 30 - Citrus League Meet #3; Calvary Christian Academy, SD, Lutheran, Mountain Empire, West Shores Friday, November 6 - Citrus League Finals; Calvary Christian Academy, SD, Lutheran, Mountain Empire, West Shores Saturday, November 21 - San Diego CIF Championships Football Friday, August 28 - L 30-36 Calvary Christian Academy Friday, September4- W 35-14 Public Safety Academy Friday, September 11 - L 46-0 Foothills Christian Friday, September 18- L The Rock Academy Friday, September 25 - 7pm @West Shores HS Friday, October 2 - 3:00 Borrego Springs HS (Homecoming) Friday, October 9 - 3:00 Saint Joseph Academy (Staff Appreciation Day) Friday, October 16 - bye Friday, October 23 - 3:00 Warner HS (Seniors Day) Friday, Octol~er 30 -3pm @San Pasqual Academy Friday, November 6- 7pm ,@Ocean View Christian Volleyball Monday August 31 - W 3-0 Lutheran HS Friday, September 4 - @Sweetwater Tournament 2-0 (L) - High Tech SD 2-1 (L) Hilltop Saturday, September 5 - @Sweetwater Tournament 2-1 (W) - Kearny 2-0 (L) - Mar Vista Thursday, September 10- 3-2 @Borrego HS Tuesday, September 22 - 4pro Warner Springs HS iThursday, September 24 - 5:30 Borrego HS Wednesday, October 5 - 5:30 Calvary Christian Academy Thursday, October 14 - 5:30 @Calvary Christian Academy . Tuesday, October 20 - 4pm San Pasqual Academy Thursday, October 22 - 4pm @St. Joseph Academy / Cha .juli nca.com Menghini Winery 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturd and Sunday. Admission: $5 for adults, children 12 and under free