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September 24, 2014 Melodram Throws Open The Curtain On October 3rd The Julian Triangle Club is "fired up" for an all new Melodrama with Garnette Welch at the helm as director. The play, The Villain Wore a Dirty Shirt or Always Wash your Long Jolns &apos;Cause it Makes a Lotta "Cents" is one that has never been performed in Julian before, It was written by Tim Kelly of Pioneer Drama Services, Inc. Here is a synopsis: With so many miners in Julian during the gold rush, the laundries are doing a good business. Our hero, the young sheriff, Jack B Nimble, is in love with the orphan heroine, Sweet Sally, but every time he gets close he turns into a babbling fool. The villain, Phineas Flatworm, finds out that Sweet Sally's boss, the owner of the Tub & Scrub, has amassed a tidy sum by rinsing gold flecks out of the miners' clothing. If he could become the owner the one-and-only laundry in Julian, he'd have more gold than Midas! With the aid of his equally villainous mother and his ditsy dancehall girlfriend, Lola- Lola, he carries out his dastardly plot to get control of the "Tub and Scrub" as the other laundries "mysteriously" burn down. Will Jack be able to cleanse the town of its dirty deeds? Does he even have a "ghost" of a chance? Will he ever conquer his shyness and propose to Sweet Sally? To find out the answers to these and other questions and join in the booing and cheering audience participation, be sure to mark your calendars for the 58th annual traditional old time Melodrama in the Julian Town Hall. Every Friday and Saturday night in October at 7PM, and matinees every Saturday afternoon and the two middle Sundays at 2PM. This year's cast includes Sandi Bennett, Marty Emery, Stacy " Hodo, Barbara Keresztury, Stephen Gannon, Richard Liggett, Mickayla McDowell, Randy Burke, Kevin O'Connor, and Ali and Nikki Arias. The evening performances will include the 15 .minute old fashioned sing-along and a variety of entertaining Olio acts by local talent, as usual, in between the acts of the play. Tickets are $10 for everyone over 12, children are $5 but a family of 4 is $25. Nancy Kramer and Sunday Dutro are the co-directors of the Triangle Club Chorus Group (AKA "the Floozies") and they have some fun songs planned for this year, between the acts, from a new musical play called "Gold Rush Girls." They are also in charge of the CanCan girls, ages 8-11. Their dance routine was choreographed by Gwen Hernandez of the Ramona Julian Academy of Dance. Opening night is Friday, Oct 3rd and proceeds will go to the late Bobbi Green Scholarshi p Fund for the Arts or Nursing. Bobbie played an active roll in the production of the Melodrama, first as the Heroine and much longer as the director, for a total of almost 40 years. Funds from the closing Saturday night performance will go to the Town Hall downstairs restoration project. Proceeds from all other performances go into the general Triangle Club's Julian Scholarship and Youth Programs fund. Tickets are for sale at the Town Hall Chamber Office and at the door. Advance reservations can also be taken • by phone with a credit card for an additional service fee. Please see our website www.JulianMelodrama. com for more information or group sales. See you at the 58th annual Melodrama! Stacy Hodo and Randy Burke rehearsing Fire Safety Weather Monitoring System Tracks Santa Ana's Wildfires that swept through San Diego County in 2003 and 2007 spurred development of a web-based weather monitoring system that quantifies the risks of blazes during Santa Ana windstorms to equip first-responders and the public with information to prepare for an emergency, officials said Wednesday. U.S. Forest Service rangers, along with representatives from San Diego Gas & Electric and UCLA, jointly developed the Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index, which was unveiled during a briefing at the USFS's Southern' California Geographic Area Coordination Center in Riverside. "Given the current state of fuel conditions, we have the potential to see devastating fires this fall should significant Santa Ana winds continued on page 10 IIT00 COMp00 1 LocalEPerience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * 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 License #945348 H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 WE-8690A Thursday• Ribbon Cutting For Julian Back Country Quilt Trail "Anvil and Windmill" incorporates traditional anvil and windmill quilt patterns to honor the Bryan Family's 35 year old horseshoeing business and Ficky's family ties to the Santa Ysabel property once known as "The Windmill" Wayne and Vicky Bryan's The Julian Backcountry Quilt Trail continues to expand outward from Julian. Three new installations have been made in the past two weeks, and two more are planned by the September 25 ribbon cutting. The public is invited to the official ribbon-cutting for the Quilt Trail at 11 A.M. at Wynola Pizza and Bistro, hosted by the Julian Woman's Club. Join Supervisor Dianne Jacob and the first twelve participants to celebrate the first quilt trail in southern California. A newly published flyer explaining each block and its location will be available. Come join the party and then tour the trail. block is located at 3802 lJnola Road. Three quilt blocks are located at this private residence at 1477 Farmer Road. Home to "Kick Ass Quilting" (and three donkeys), one block honors donkeys worldwide that work to lighten mankind's load. "Chicken Feet" appropriately graces the chicken coop. "Pinwheel Star" incorporates the property owner's favorite quilt block elements. Prescription pain relievers when used properly for their intended purpose can be of enormous benefit to patients, but their nonmedical use can lead to addiction, serious physical harm and even death. One in four teens has misused or abused a prescription (Rx) drug at least once in their lifetime - a dramatic 33 percent increase over the past five years. Talk to teens about the dangers of taking medication without a doctor's direction, keep your medications in a secure location, and dispose of unused medications in a collections box like the one inside the Julian Sheriff's Substation--don't throw them away or flush them down the toilet. They often contain toxic chemicals that are harmful to the environment. Julian's Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, September 27th at the Julian Library parking lot from 10am-2pm is also a great opportunity to get rid of unused medications. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. Pills can be in their prescription bottles or in a zip lock bag. Information on pill bottles will be kept confidential and destroyed. You don't even need to get out of your car--just drive through and drop them off. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Jean Duffy, Drug Free Julian Community Coalition Coordinator, Jean. duffy@eccasa,org, (760)765-2228 or join us at a coalition meeting. We meet at 5pm at the Julian Library on the second Thursday of every month. As Local "As It Gets" Beer Dtnner At Jeremy s ,On The Htll This Thursday, September 25th Jeremy's on the Hill in Wynola will host a "very local" beer dinner featuring Cook Pigs Ranch, Star B Buffalo and Hop Ranch and Nickel Beer Company. The five course dinner will pair locally raised Cook Pigs pork and Star B buffalo meat with Julian made Nickel Beer. Cook Pigs Ranch is in PineHills, Star B Ranch is in Santa.Ysabel and Nickel Beer occupies the old Sheriff Substation just ½ mile outside of town. - Among the highlights of the five •course meal are the Star B Ranch Bison Tenderloin with Chinook hop spice rub, pecan butter, roasted garlic and local plum sauce paired with Nickel Beer's Star B Fresh Hop Pale which used hops grown on the Star B Ranch. Hop grower Eric March from Star B says "the Bison Tenderloin is myfavorite cut of meat and it should pair perfectly with the Fresh Hop Pale Ale." There will also be 50/50 pork and bison slider with stout and mustard cheese dip served with Nickel's award winning Stonewall Stout. An inventive salad with dandelion greens, white corn soup and chocolate caramel truffles will also be served along with Nickel Apple Pie Ale brewed with Julian apple juice. Krystina Cook agrees that it does not get any more local than this dinner. "We so appreciate that Chef Jeremy takes the time to support small local farms and breweries. It highlights what our town is all about- high quality, fresh, locally made artisan products" she said. The dinner will begin at 6:30 pm on Thursday the'25th. For Reservations, please call Jeremy's on the Hill at 760.765.1587. The cost is just $55 per person or $100 per couple. Jeremy's is located at 4354 Highway 78 just 3 miles from downtown Julian and 3 miles from Santa Ysabel. For more information visit Jeremy's website at: www. t t The Julian News 3 Health 8 Personal Services STEVEN BURGARD, CMT CERTIFIED MASSAGE THERAPIST TUESDAY 8< I"HURSDAY BY APPOINTMENT PHONE: (760) 765-1576 2216 MAIN STREET, JULIAN STEVENBURGARD306@GMAIL.COM CERTIFICATE# 55390 MEMBER I[3# 1067091 . • , f • ' 'e • i t arold K. C::t)r O gY all'2Bi Lq] Blake A. Wylie, DO Dio, lt! Y-rr lah .rarh,'lLIr / Nowaccrpttng:HealthNetHMO' p..._ " . with Covered California, Medi-Cal, Daily Borrego Pharmacy O'e] irerv ,dica:e, c ..... inea,h . ,  ( - ,t Group, Molina, Sharp t:ommercim, Behavioral Health (Smart (are) cn o,,,,O,a.d r,,c,,, Sliding Fee Scale and k Financial Assistance Available. Monday-Friday 8-00pm 760-765-1223 Julian Clinic Specialists Cardiology, Joseph Schwartz,. Md Women's Health, Unneetha Pruitt, Cnp, Obgyn Please Call For Appointment 760-765-1223 Julian Chiropractic $30. 00 Health Bits with Shirley Now is the time to think about YOUR health and wellness. Be proactive even before the holidays, where sweets and crazy schedules abound. One important component to a healthy lifestyle is active time or exercise time. This time in your day should be fun and something you look forward to. The Julian back coufitry is an awesome place to enjoy your active time. If you are concerned about what level of activity you should be doing, always ask your physician. Here are a few suggestions that get me moving: A half hour to an hour walk ata healthy pace. Use those Julian up- hills to get your heart rate up. Take your dog or a friend. Be social. Right in town there is the Julian Fitness Center full of top of the line exercise equipment for an overall work out. A staff member is always there to help you with your fitness needs. How about bicycling? That is one of my favorite thing s to do. Enjoy just a short hour ride. Use your pedal power! There is also an option to swim at Pinecrest Pool until the middle of September. Swimming is a great way to cool off and get some low impact exercise in. If you like to swing to the music there are some dance classes offered here in Julian. MaYbe try Zumba? If you have a horse, get out and take him or her for a walk, you don't always have to ride them. While the weather here in Julian is still mild and daylight hours are fairly long get out and move and have some fun!. Remember September is no excuses month. Make new daily habits to get out and be active. Until next time - Happy Health to you! Any questions or comments please email me at Shirley DuErmit is pursuing her career as a Wellness Coach. She has enjoyed her 35 years of living in Julian with her husband raising their daughter and keeping a very active lifestyle. At 58 years old she would like to share with others how to stay active and healthy. Shirley has worked in the health care field over 25 years as a RDA. This past year she acquired a certificate from the Center for Nutrition Studies on Plant Based Nutrition and completed extensive studies on transformational coaching. When Shirley was in her twenties she was diagnosed with type I •diabetes and knew at the time a healthy lifestyle would be amust to keep her diabetes under controL With the help of an insulin pump, she has exceptional control, In the last 10 years Shirley has participated in many study groups on new developments in diabetes insulin pumps and glucose monitors. In her •spare time Shirley volunteers in the Julian Elementary School Garden introducing students to the nutritious importance of fruits and vegetables. Each month Shirley emails out a new delicious recipe to share with friends and family. Shirley is an avid hiker and bicyclist and an accomplished equestrian. Shirley would love to share a healthy lifestyle with you as well! Feel free to email Shirley at julianhealthnut@gmail, com. The Spats by Jeff Piekering L NEWFAPBK ) | I / YOON6 NEWSPP, F'et ) II