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September 29, 2010 I 1 EBT POPE TREE SE.RVICE Joh.ny and Diane Hake Recieve Accepted Here All Your Tree Serwce Needs Emergency Management Award Commercial & Residential :: ...... Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. State License #7o4192 Fully Insured for Your Protection Workers Camp. The Julian News 3 BBBR, & SPmlTS Monday -- Saturday 9 am - 6 Inn Sunday 9 am - 5 inn Rancho Cucamonga, CA -- Johnny and Diane Hake of Julian received the Silver Award from the California Emergency Services Association, Southern Chapter at ceremonies held during the Association's Annual Meeting and Workshop in Rancho Cucamonga on September 1, 2010. The Silver Award is presented to organizations or individuals who have demonstrated exceptional efforts in the field of emergency preparedness, emergency services, or emergency response. The Hakes in receiving the award were cited for their work organizing Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) in Julian and Cuyamaca. The CERT teams are composed of community residents who are trained to assist in an emergency or disaster by administering emergency first aid, conducting search and rescue, and providing other assistance to disaster victims. The concept of CERT teams originated in California with the Los Angeles City Fire Department and has spread worldwide. CERT is based on the recognition that community residents will be on the scene of a disaster before organized emergency responders arrive and, if trained properly can be far more effective in saving lives than the well-meaning but untrained volunteer. The Hakes attended a CERT Train-the-Trainer course in January 2009 then worked with the Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District to organize the first CERT training in Julian in March of 2009. Over the next year, the Hakes offered the training many times in different locations to assure that the program was accessible to as many residents as possible. The program currently has 121 CERT members. In addition to establishing a strong core group of trained CERT members, Diane and Johnny Hake took the program to Julian High School and with the permission of the school board, implemented a Teen CERT program at the school. A total of 65 students took the first CERT training as part of the schools Physical Education program with athletic coaches assisting the Hakes as instructors. California Emergency Services Association Awards Chair, Anna Cave commended the Hakes for their commitment, volunteer spirit and tireless efforts on behalf of the community of Julian. Johnny and Diane Hake were nominated for the Silver Award by Ran Lane, Director of the County of San Diego's Office of Emergency Services. New branches opening in California Just like a healthy garden, Rabobank, N.A. is growing. Our safe and sound approach to banking allows us to open new branches to better serve you. This year we're adding more than 25 new branches in California, with more to follow. As part of the Rabobank Group, one of the world's safest banks, we can help you thrive too. Special Offer - Safe, Sound and Growing Personal Checking* • Free first order of Rabobank cycling design or image checks • Free personal online banking and bill pay • Free mobile banking and eStatements • Overdraft protection plans Let's grow together. Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and get started today. JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank Rabobank, N,A. • Member FDIC • www.rabo banka merica,com • Offer applies to Option Checking, Personal Checkitg, Personal Interest Checking and Senior Checking only and ends October 3 I, 2010. Desert Tour Reveals Haunted History Of Anza-Borrego In the 19th cenntury, thousands of travelers, prospectors, and adventurers struggled into California by way of the Great Desert, lying west of the Colorado River. It was known as the AEoeJourney of DeathAE and the trails became littered with the remains of animals and men who tried to cross it, leaving their spirits to wander the desert. There's the 8-foot skeleton wielding a lantern who guards the Lost Phantom Mine; the ancient burial ground where dancing apparitions have been sighted on warm summer nights; the Lady in White who haunts an old stagecoach station; the mysterious ghost lights and more spirits who roam the barren landscape looking for their final resting place. California Overland, a leader in desert excursions, is offering both a six- and18-hour overnight ghost tour on Saturday, October 16th and Saturday, October 30th, revealing the darker side of the desert. This one-of-a-kind tour explores the many haunted sites that dot the desert landscape. "The desert is mystical and otherworldly at night," according to Joe Raffetto, owner California Overland, based in Borrego Springs. "It's the perfect setting for learning the haunted tales of those who ventured in but never left." For the overnight ghost tour, California Overland provides the camping gear; tents, cots, air mattresses, warm sleeping bags with liners and camp chairs. Two meals are also provided, Cooked on an open fire, along with toilet facilities. Prices are $175 per person for the 18-hour overnight excursion and $95 for the 6-hour version with discounts for children with two adults and large groups. The tour is led by local historian and documented paranormalist, Charles Spratley, a former partner of a San Diego ghost continued on page l l 760 • 765 • 3200 Main Street STORANTE ITALIANO U/0000rJa00 30C6, 6p.00. • 5-Course Dinner featuring authentic homemade pasta and seasonal Italian fare. • Wine maker to present each wine which will be expertly paired with each course. • Free gilt basket of featured lucky participant. Hero's Deli Kicks Off "Cell Phones For Soldiers" Collection Drive More than 150,000 troops are serving overseas and are away from their families. Cell Phones for Soldiers, and are calling on all Americans to support for these brave men and women by donating your unused cell phones. Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to collect over 1 Million cell phones this year to help keep troops connected with their families. "Over the past few years, we have been amazed by the generosity of others. But, we have also seen the need to support our troops continue." says Brittany Bergquist, Cell Phones for Soldiers co- founder. "It is easy for Americans to make a small sacrifice of support by donating their unused cell phones, and providing families with a much-needed connection to their loved ones overseas." Local residents can support the collection drive by donating their phone at Hero's Dell at 2000 Main Street in the Stonewall Building, you can call them 760-765-9920. "We're proud to show our support for U.S. soldiers, and to contribute to a worthy cause like Cell Phones for Soliders," says the caring Hero's staff. Cell Phones for Soldiers was founded by teenagers Rabble and Brittany Bergquist from Norwell, Mass., with $21 of their own money. Since then, the registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization has raised millions of dollars in donations and distributed millions of prepaid calling cards to soldiers serving overseas. "We are continuously overwhelmed by the enthusiastic support of thousands of Americans who have helped our troops speak with their loved ones," says the teens' father, Bob Bergquist. "However, the need for support keeps growing as more troops are sent to the Middle East or are asked to serve extended tours of duty." Through increased fundraising efforts, the Bergquist family hopes to raise more than $10 million in the next five years to fund new programs, such as providing video phones and prepaid service to allow troops abroad to see their families on a regular basis. The donated phones are sent to ReCellular, which pays Cell" Phones for Soldiers for each phone -- the money is used to purchase prepaid calling cards which are sent to troops. Approximately half of the phones ReCellular processes are reconditioned and resold to wholesale companies in over 40 countries around the world. Phones and components that cannot be refurbished are dismantled and recycled to reclaim materials, including: 1 Gold, silver and platinum from circuit boards 2 Copper wiring from phone chargers 3 Nickel, iron, cadmium and lead from battery packs 4 Plastic from phone cases and accessories About ReCellular Inc.: With offices in the United States and Hong Kong, ReCellular Inc. is the worM's leading electronics sustainabi/ity firm. We provide solutions for the collection, rouse and recycling of used persona/electronics that generate financial return for our partners, quality products for our customers, funding for charity organizations, and protection of the environment. Corporate and wholesale information is available at www.ReCe/lularcom. Charity fundraising and consumer information, including the Cell Phone Data Eraser@ tool, is available at www. wirelessrecycling, com. September 29, 2010 I 1 EBT POPE TREE SE.RVICE Joh.ny and Diane Hake Recieve Accepted Here All Your Tree Serwce Needs Emergency Management Award Commercial & Residential :: ...... Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. State License #7o4192 Fully Insured for Your Protection Workers Camp. The Julian News 3 BBBR, & SPmlTS Monday -- Saturday 9 am - 6 Inn Sunday 9 am - 5 inn Rancho Cucamonga, CA -- Johnny and Diane Hake of Julian received the Silver Award from the California Emergency Services Association, Southern Chapter at ceremonies held during the Association's Annual Meeting and Workshop in Rancho Cucamonga on September 1, 2010. The Silver Award is presented to organizations or individuals who have demonstrated exceptional efforts in the field of emergency preparedness, emergency services, or emergency response. The Hakes in receiving the award were cited for their work organizing Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) in Julian and Cuyamaca. The CERT teams are composed of community residents who are trained to assist in an emergency or disaster by administering emergency first aid, conducting search and rescue, and providing other assistance to disaster victims. The concept of CERT teams originated in California with the Los Angeles City Fire Department and has spread worldwide. CERT is based on the recognition that community residents will be on the scene of a disaster before organized emergency responders arrive and, if trained properly can be far more effective in saving lives than the well-meaning but untrained volunteer. The Hakes attended a CERT Train-the-Trainer course in January 2009 then worked with the Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District to organize the first CERT training in Julian in March of 2009. Over the next year, the Hakes offered the training many times in different locations to assure that the program was accessible to as many residents as possible. The program currently has 121 CERT members. In addition to establishing a strong core group of trained CERT members, Diane and Johnny Hake took the program to Julian High School and with the permission of the school board, implemented a Teen CERT program at the school. A total of 65 students took the first CERT training as part of the schools Physical Education program with athletic coaches assisting the Hakes as instructors. California Emergency Services Association Awards Chair, Anna Cave commended the Hakes for their commitment, volunteer spirit and tireless efforts on behalf of the community of Julian. Johnny and Diane Hake were nominated for the Silver Award by Ran Lane, Director of the County of San Diego's Office of Emergency Services. New branches opening in California Just like a healthy garden, Rabobank, N.A. is growing. Our safe and sound approach to banking allows us to open new branches to better serve you. This year we're adding more than 25 new branches in California, with more to follow. As part of the Rabobank Group, one of the world's safest banks, we can help you thrive too. Special Offer - Safe, Sound and Growing Personal Checking* • Free first order of Rabobank cycling design or image checks • Free personal online banking and bill pay • Free mobile banking and eStatements • Overdraft protection plans Let's grow together. Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and get started today. JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank Rabobank, N,A. • Member FDIC • www.rabo banka merica,com • Offer applies to Option Checking, Personal Checkilg, Personal Interest Checking and Senior Checking only and ends October 3 I, 2010. Desert Tour Reveals Haunted History Of Anza-Borrego In the 19th cenntury, thousands of travelers, prospectors, and adventurers struggled into California by way of the Great Desert, lying west of the Colorado River. It was known as the AEoeJourney of DeathAE and the trails became littered with the remains of animals and men who tried to cross it, leaving their spirits to wander the desert. There's the 8-foot skeleton wielding a lantern who guards the Lost Phantom Mine; the ancient burial ground where dancing apparitions have been sighted on warm summer nights; the Lady in White who haunts an old stagecoach station; the mysterious ghost lights and more spirits who roam the barren landscape looking for their final resting place. California Overland, a leader in desert excursions, is offering both a six- and18-hour overnight ghost tour on Saturday, October 16th and Saturday, October 30th, revealing the darker side of the desert. This one-of-a-kind tour explores the many haunted sites that dot the desert landscape. "The desert is mystical and otherworldly at night," according to Joe Raffetto, owner California Overland, based in Borrego Springs. "It's the perfect setting for learning the haunted tales of those who ventured in but never left." For the overnight ghost tour, California Overland provides the camping gear; tents, cots, air mattresses, warm sleeping bags with liners and camp chairs. Two meals are also provided, Cooked on an open fire, along with toilet facilities. Prices are $175 per person for the 18-hour overnight excursion and $95 for the 6-hour version with discounts for children with two adults and large groups. The tour is led by local historian and documented paranormalist, Charles Spratley, a former partner of a San Diego ghost continued on page l l 760 • 765 • 3200 Main Street STORANTE ITALIANO U/0000rJa00 30C6, 6p.00. • 5-Course Dinner featuring authentic homemade pasta and seasonal Italian fare. • Wine maker to present each wine which will be expertly paired with each course. • Free gilt basket of featured lucky participant. Hero's Deli Kicks Off "Cell Phones For Soldiers" Collection Drive More than 150,000 troops are serving overseas and are away from their families. Cell Phones for Soldiers, and are calling on all Americans to support for these brave men and women by donating your unused cell phones. Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to collect over 1 Million cell phones this year to help keep troops connected with their families. "Over the past few years, we have been amazed by the generosity of others. But, we have also seen the need to support our troops continue." says Brittany Bergquist, Cell Phones for Soldiers co- founder. "It is easy for Americans to make a small sacrifice of support by donating their unused cell phones, and providing families with a much-needed connection to their loved ones overseas." Local residents can support the collection drive by donating their phone at Hero's Deli at 2000 Main Street in the Stonewall Building, you can call them 760-765-9920. "We're proud to show our support for U.S. soldiers, and to contribute to a worthy cause like Cell Phones for Soliders," says the caring Hero's staff. Cell Phones for Soldiers was founded by teenagers Robbie and Brittany Bergquist from Norwell, Mass., with $21 of their own money. Since then, the registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization has raised millions of dollars in donations and distributed millions of prepaid calling cards to soldiers serving overseas. "We are continuously overwhelmed by the enthusiastic support of thousands of Americans who have helped our troops speak with their loved ones," says the teens' father, Bob Bergquist. "However, the need for support keeps growing as more troops are sent to the Middle East or are asked to serve extended tours of duty." Through increased fundraising efforts, the Bergquist family hopes to raise more than $10 million in the next five years to fund new programs, such as providing video phones and prepaid service to allow troops abroad to see their families on a regular basis. The donated phones are sent to ReCellular, which pays Cell" Phones for Soldiers for each phone -- the money is used to purchase prepaid calling cards which are sent to troops. Approximately half of the phones ReCellular processes are reconditioned and resold to wholesale companies in over 40 countries around the world. Phones and components that cannot be refurbished are dismantled and recycled to reclaim materials, including: 1 Gold, silver and platinum from circuit boards 2 Copper wiring from phone chargers 3 Nickel, iron, cadmium and lead from battery packs 4 Plastic from phone cases and accessories About ReCellular Inc.: With offices in the United States and Hong Kong, ReCellular Inc. is the worM's leading electronics sustainabi/ity firm. We provide solutions for the collection, rouse and recycling of used persona/electronics that generate financial return for our partners, quality products for our customers, funding for charity organizations, and protection of the environment. Corporate and wholesale information is available at www.ReCe/lularcom. Charity fundraising and consumer information, including the Cell Phone Data Eraser@ tool, is available at www. wirelessrecycling, com. September 29, 2010 POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial  Residential Oak and Pine our Specialty CA, State License #7o4192 m* Fully Insured for Y Protection Workers Comp* ?765"0638 rained ExRet, cs , ; Johnny and Diane Hake Recieve Emergency Management Award Rancho Cucamonga, CA -* Johnny and Diane Hake of Julian received the Silver Award from the California Emergency Services Association, Southern Chapter at ceremonies held during the Association's Annual Meeting and Workshop in Rancho Cucamonga on September 1. 2010. The Silver Award is presented to organizations or individuals who have demonstrated exceptional efforts in the held of emergency preparedness, emergency services, or emergency response. The Hakes in receiving the award were cited for their work organizing Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) in J ulian and Cuyamaca. The C ERT teams are composed of community residents who are trained to assist in an emergency or disaster by administering emergency first aid, conducting search and rescue, and providing other assistance to disaster victims. The concept of CERT teams originated in California with the LOS Angeles City Fire Department and has spread worldwide. CERT is based on the recognition that community residents will be on the scene of a disaster before organized emergency respenders arrive and, if trained properly can be far more effective in saving lives than the well-meaning but untrained volunteer. The Hakes attended a CERT Trabethe-Trainer course in January 2009 then worked with the Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District to organize the first CERT training in Julian in March of 2009. Over the next year, the Hakes offered the training many times in different locations to assure that the program was accessible to as many residents as possible. The program currently has 121 CERT members. In addition to establishing a strong core group of trained CERT members, Diane and Johnny Hake took Ihe program to Julian High School and with the permission of the school board, implemented a Teen CERT program at the school A total of 65 students took the first C E RT training as part of the schools Physical Education program with athletic coaches assisting the Hakes as insttuctars California Emergency Services Association Awards Chair, Anna Cave commended the Hakes for their commitment, volunteer spirit and tireless efforts on behalf of the community of Julian, Johnny and Diane Hake were nominated for the Silver Award by Ron Lane, Director of the County of San Diego's Office of Emergency Services. Newbranchesopenir rinCMifornio Just like a healthy garden, Rabobank, NA. is growing. Our safe and sound approach to banking allows us to open new branches to better serve you. This year we're adding more than 25 new branches in California, with morn to follow. As part of the Rabobank Group, one of the world's safest banks, we ca n help you tbdve too. • Free first order of Raboban k cycling design or image cheeks • Free personal online banking and bill pay • Free mobile banking and eStatement • Overdraft protection plans Let's grow together. Visit your nearest Robobenk branch and get started todoy. JULIAN 2033 Main Street (700) 765-2765 Rabobank Desert Tour Reveals Haunted History Of Anza-Borrego In the 19th cennt ury, thousands of travelers, prospectors, and adventurers struggled into California by way of the Great Desert, lying west of the Colorado River. It was known as the EceJourney of DeathงE and the trails became littered with the remains of animals and men who tried to cross it, leaving their spirits to wander the desert. There's the 8-foot skeleton wielding a lantern who guards the Lost Phantom Mine; the ancient burial ground where dancing apparitions have been sighted on warm summer nights; the Lady in White who haunts an old stagecoach station; the mysterious ghost lights and more spirits who roam the barren landscape looking for their final resting place. California Overland. a leader m desert excursions, is offering both a six- and18-beur overnight ght tour on Saturday, October 16th and Saturday. October 30th, revealing the darker side of the desert. This one-of-a-kied tour explores the many haunted sites that dot the desert landscape. "The desert is mystical and otherworldly at night," according to Joe Raffetta, owner California Overland, based in Borrogo Springs "It's the perfect setting for learning the haunted tales of those who ventured in but never left." For the overnight ghost tour, California Overland provides the camping gear; tents, cots, air mattresses, warm sleeping bags with liners and camp chairs Two meals are also provided, docked on an open fire, along with toilet facilities. Prices are $175 per parson for the 18-hour overnight excursion and $95 for the 6-hour version with discounts for children with two adults and large groups The tour is led by local historian and documented paranormalist, Charles Spredey, a former partner of a San Diego ghost ontin.ed on page lI EBT Aooepted Here The Julian News 3 Monde-- Satard= 9 am - 6 pm O =dr 9 ran- Spin [ At Jack's | Meat [ Counter ITALIANO tzr,da Xe?C,ee Oth, G p.m. • 5-Coume Dinner featuring authentic homemade pasta and • Wine maker to present each wine which will be expertly paired with each course. • Free gig basket of featured y pariicipant. Hero's Deli Kicks Off "Cell Phones For Soldiers" Collection Drive More than 150,000 troops are serving overseas and are away from their families Cell Phones for Soldiers, and are calling on all Americans to support for these brave men and women by donating your unused cell phones. Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to collect over 1 Million cell phones this year to help keep troops connected with their families. "Over the past few years, we have been amazed by the generosity of others. But, we have also seen the need to support our troops continue." says Brittany Bergquist, Cell Phones for Soldiers co- founder "It is easy for Americans to make a small sacrifice of support by donating their unused cell phones, and providing families with a much-needed connection to their loved ones overseas." Local residents can support the collection drive by donating their phone at Hero's Dell at 2000 Main Street in the Stonewall Building, you can call them 760-765-g920. "WeYe proud to show our support for U,S, soldiers, and to contribute to a worthy cause ike Cell Phones for Soliders," says the caring Hero's staff. Cell Phones for Soldiers was founded by teenagers Robbie and Brittany Bergquist from Norwell, Mass., with $21 of their own money Since then, the registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization has raised millions of dollars in donations and distributed millions of prepaid callkg cards to soldiers serving overseas. "We are continuously overwhelmed by the enthusiastic support of thousands of Americans who have helped our troops speak with their loved ones." says the teens' father, Bob Bergquist. "However, the need for support keeps growing as more troops are sent to the Middle East or are asked to serve extended tours of duty." Through increased fundraising efforts, the Bergquist family hopes to raise more than $10 million in the next five years to fund new programs, such as providing video phones and prepaid service to allow troops abroad to see their families on a regular basis. The donated phones are sent to ReCellular, which pays Cell" Phones for Soldiers for each phone -- the money is used to purchase prepaid calling cards which are sent to troops. Approximately half of the phones ReCellular processes are reconditioned and resold to wholesale companies in over 40 countries around the world. Phones and components that cannot be refurbished are dismantled and recycled to reclaim materials, including: 1 Gold, siPver and platinum from circuit boards 2 Copper wiring from phone chargers 3 Nickel, iron, cadmium and lead from battery packs 4 Plastic from phone cases and accessories About ReCellular Inc : With offices in the United States and Hang Kong, ReCellular lUG is the world's leading electronics sustainability firm We provide solutions for the collection, reuse and recycling of used personal electronics that generate financial return for our partners quality products for our customers, funding for charity organizations, and pmtection of the environment Corporate and wholesale information is available at www, ReCellularcom. Charity fundraising and consumer information, including the Cell Phone Data Eraserฎ too/. is available at www wirelessrecycfing corn.