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October 5, 2011

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October 5, 2011 II Local Experience 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 Learn the Principles of Financial Independence Can Eat Sausage. Eggs Pancakes Potatoes Corn Beef Hash Biscuits and Sausage Gravy Coffee and Orange Juice ALL YOU CAN I,.'AT - *8.(X) INYl'OBF.R 9, 21)1 1 07IX) - 1131) OR SOLD OUT No..on, 2nd & Washir ton Do.aUg. Julian, C,a. ww~:i Julian Community Yard Sale And Treasure Hunt from Rick Dyer Someone mentioned to me the other day what a big success Ramona's annual yard sale Many communities across the country each year orgamze large community yard sales, even in small towns like ours, and it attracts a lot of buyers. I started thinking, with the beautiful fall, the apple season, and having tourists already flocking to Julian in October, it was the perfect time to organize a yard sale event of our own. Wouldn't you like to clean out those closets and storage areas and put some money back in your pocket before the holidays? So how do we organize a yard sale for a widespread, in some cases remote community, and get all of San Diego interested? After getting a lot of good advise from locals, we came up with a plan. Participating sellers will set up their yard sale items on their own property, keep 100% of the proceeds from their yard sale, and we will take care of the advertising, maps and promotion costs. We will place a full-page map in the Julian News listing all the addresses of participating sellers. We will also place with maps in the Ramona Sentinel, Union Tribune, and the North Cobnty Times. Our marketing will stress the charm of our town, the crisp mountain air, apple pie, and discovering the hidden treasures among the offerings at our community yard sale. We will also supply each seller with an official Julian Community Yard Sale sign to post at each yard sale site and place maps for distribution with merchants in town and at each yard sale site. We picked Saturday, October 22 as the day of the event. In order to make this a big success, we need commitment from the community. If you would like to participate in the Julian Community Yard Sale and Treasure Hunt all you have to do is fill out the yard sale application in this weeks Julian News, and send it with $5 (check made out to The continued on page 10 Young Talent Guns For Recogition by Ronnie Jones, JHS -junior San Diego's high-fire danger monms are in the fall. when hot, dr'/Santa Aria winds arrive. Because the damage from wildfires can be catastrophic, it's important that we all work together andbe prepared in order to stay safe, We're partnerinq to prepare for safety o'/supporting local organizations, like 211- San Diego. me American Red Cross and the Burn Institute. To request an emergency preparedness .gresentation for ';our service or non-profit organization, visit Power outages can be caused for man ~ reasons. Know what [o oo when an outage occurs and now to De safe arouno downed power lines, f you own a portable generator, Know now to operate it safel, and let us Knov, you have one. if you ever have a safety concern involving natural gas or electricity, call us at L800.41L7343, call 911 or visit 2011 San D ego & Electric Company. All copyright and trademark rights reserved. We're workinq to help prevent fires ov replacing wood power oofes with fire- resi ~tant steel poles and expanding tree trimming and rusn clearing. Firefkjhtinq aircraft from the City and County .~f San Diego, CAL FIRE US Forest Service and SDG&E" are standing by to help suppress brush fires and give firefiqhters on the ground me support they need, You can check with vour local tit', or fire department to ~earn more about defensible s pace requirements, A ~Sempra Energy utility~ Here for you, every day. Five young and talented artists from Julian-have come together and started ".50car', a new band that plays music anywhere from classic rock to heavy metal. Beginning in January 2011, they have made rapid progress and have performed in multiple settings and have many "gigs" set up for the near future. The band members: fourteen year old Chance Perez(guitadbackup vocals), sixteen year old Gunner Turner(guitar), thirteen year old Dennis Beresford(lead vocals), eleven year old Cody Perez(bass guitar), and twelve year old Jeremiah Sanchez (drums) have been rocking hard and having fun playing both covers and originals for several different audiences. .50cal started with the buddies Chance Perezand JeremiahSanchez who have being playing instruments for the past couple years. Talent on their instrument and the same rock music influence led to fun times jamming together. What were once just fun routine jam sessions at Jeremiah's uncle's house, soon became an official performance as a band with Dennis Beresford and Cody Perez..'50cars first performance was at the Santa Ysabel Ball Field, where they met Gunner Turner to complete their band. Their first performance as a whole band took place at our own Bailey's BBQ here in Julian. Needless to say, it went well because from there, they performed on Earth Day in Rincon, the Talent Show at JHS, a Barona Gathering, Washington St. Skatepark, La Jolla Campground, and Harrah's Rincon. If you are interested in seeing and hearing .50cal, they are scheduled to perform at the next annual Rez Fest(next year), where they were the first of five bands chosen, and in Warner Springs at the Fall Fest(Oct 22). They have many more planned for soon after the Fall Fest. Co-founder Chance Perez, would like to thank "Dean Osona, If it wasn't for him, the band would not be where it is today. Thank you mom, Kim, and Bobby for the huge support. I love you all." Playing at 4th and B, and possibly the Del Mar Fair are future goals for .50cal. The Julian News 3 EBT Here Moa4sy -- BMm'dsy 9 am - 6 pax llundsy 9 sm- 5 pm Dry Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Friday Phone in Your Meat and Dell Orders - No Waiting We are undoubtedly living in one of the most turbulent economic times of our lifetime. Some have suggested it is the worst financial climate since the Great Depression But please take heart. Reaching a measure of financial independence may not be as difficult or impossible as you think. There are sound financial strategies to help you reach your goals. Hillside Community Church cares deeply about the Julian Community and its family's financial wellbeing. Now. more than any time that I can remember, people are concerned about their financial future and want to know that their investments will see them through their retirement years. So, we are offering a complete financial workshop with you m mind. This is my personal invitation to this no-nonsense workshop that will help you identify your future financial needs and the necessary steps to get you where you need to be. As pastor of Hillside Community Church, I am privileged to have Fred Vaught, ChFC, CLU, and President of Capital Resource Management, with us to present the Complete Financial Management Workshop. Fred has 30 years of experience to draw upon to engage you in an interactive workshop Please put the date on your calendar and register today. The Complete Financial Management Workshop Tues & Thurs Nov I & 3 6:30- 9:00 PM OR Sat~crd~, lYov 5 9:30 .A,I~.(~)O ~,M- Hillside Community Church Third & "C" Street Seating is limited. Call Capital Resource Management at 800-696-7533 for a reservation. Refreshments at Evening Sessions. Lunch Served Saturday Everyone who attends will receive a full-color 175 page workbook on financial management. This workbook is filled with helpful information, useful insig~s, and easy-to.use worksheets. It was specifically designed to help people identify t eir financial needs and evaluate their options. Participants wilt also be offered a complimentary consultation with Fred M. Vaught, ChFC, CLU President of Capital Resource Management. www.crmfinandaLcom ~2. 2() If) t:mera~d VO2N3 FFA Homecoming Dinner Our very own Julian FFA you do not have a student that is having a Tri-tip dinner onis at the school and would still Thursday, October 13, 2011 for love to help the school then your Homecoming and to support oursupport is more than welcome. FFA and sports team. It will be We hope to see you all there form 5:00 pm to 7:00 pro. Pre- to help our FFA and students sale tickets are $8 per meal. If playing sports. News Visits The Mount The Julian News made Realtor(Mountain Farms) Convention in Denver. it to Mt, Rushmore with local Kaaren Terry after the Carousel