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t 1 October 6, 2010 All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Floozies Get Entertained After Friday Opening Women's Club Pie Contest The Judges for the Apple Days "Pie Baking Contest" gathered at the Women's Club On Friday October 1st to sample the 13 entries. Charles Scott of Candied Apple Pastry, Jeremy Manley from Jeremy' s on the Hill, Laurie Brunye from Dudleys Bakery, and Liz Smothers from the Julian Pie Company(not pictured) treated their taste buds on each. Isv PLACE: Cristi Lewis--Apple and Wild Blackberry Pie. Cristi is the owner of High Road Homeopathy in Julian 2"D PLACE: Pamela Ferreira--Harvest Apple Pie. Pamela lives in Vista and traveled all the way up to Julian to enter our contest. 3RD PLACE: Starr Edwards--Balsmic Caramel Apple Pie. Starr & her husband live in Carlsbad and her husband attended Julian High School. HONORABLE MENTIONS: All three are from Julian Mary Augustine--French Apple Pie Arlene Smith--Patriotic Apple Pie Johanna Bennett--Sour Cream Apple Pie Floozies pictured with Kiefer Sutherland and Bob Pitts are Paula Hackman, Nancy Kramer, Terry Ross, and Sage Leeyer photo by Janice Bina-Smith Kiefer Sutherland and buddy Bob Pitts took a little motorcycle trip to Julian and decided to spend the night at Orchard Hill. After dinner at Julian Grille they went looking for a place to have a quiet drink, after checking out The Rongbranch and finding no bar then caught some of the Melodrama through the Town Hall window and when they heard the Triangle Club Chorus singing "Away with Rum" and saw the poster with the sign "Salons not Saloons" they were afraid we were actually a dry town. The two made their way over to Romano's and sat down at the bar. A short time later in walked some of Julian infamous women, Floozies all, after their performance in the Melodrama had concluded. According to sources Kiefer (aka Jack Bauer of "24" TV Show) was a very personable, friendly, gracious, generous and down-to- earth person, he promises to come back again to our little town. He expressed how he's been all over the world, but the bar and Romano's had an intimate, comfortable and friendly feeling about it that you just don't find anywhere else. The superior man makes the difficulty to be overcome his first interest; success comes only later. -- Confucius New branches opening in California Just like a thriving business, 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 your business prosper too. Special Offer - Safe, Sound and Growing Business Checking Business checking account with no monthly maintenance fees for 6 months Basic or standard business online banking free of monthly fees First order of business checks free or $100 credit (whichever is less) Merchant services application fee waived (up to $150 in savings) Remote deposit capture activation fee waived ($150 in savings)** Let's grow together. Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and get started today. JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank, N.A, Member FDIC www.ra bobanka Savings calculated over first 6 months, actual savings may vary. **Subject to approval. Offer ends October 31,2010, Breakfast at the Legion gets you more than scrambled eggs, pancakes, corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, sausage (did I say link AND patty, hash browns, juice, and coffee for the yesteryear price of $7.00 for an all you can eat meal you can't beat. It does something else. There's a worthwhile group or individual that benefits from virtually every breakfast put on by SAL. Oft6n times, they're school groups that just don't have the funds or resources to make worthwhile programs go, or individuals that are in need for various reasons. But whoever the beneficiary is, they come before the Sons of the American Legion and ask for assistance. The demand for breakfasts is great in these difficult times, and the general membership of SAL scrutinizes all requests very carefully. October lOth Julian H.S. Cheerleaders October 24th Julian Community Pre-School These groups will be printing tickets early, and by purchasing them you give the fellows at SAL an indication of how many people to expect. Aside from the fellows(and in some cases their wives) that are up at 0-dark- 30 to put out these great meals, members of the organizations that are benefiting from the breakfast are there as well. As a reminder, doors are open early (0700) and breakfast goes to 11:30 A.M. with tickets always available at the door. October 15th, Keep your evening open for, WINNER, WINNER TRI-TIP DINNER. The gents that brought you that fabulous Santa Maria style Tri- Tip at "The Dance", slow cooked on an open oak flame pit are at it again with some great additions. Look to this column next week for details. The Julian News 3 BB]gL & 8PIRr Monday Saturday 9 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am- 5pm ntry Livin by Vee Lumpkins 1. September 2010 arrived bringing us hot summer days the first week. The second week, t e weather changed and we had some cold days. Then hot weather again and followed that pattern throughout the month. The very last day of the month we Lad the most spectacular storm. Early in the morning, it began raining, a most wonderful rain shower and when every thing seemed pretty well watered down, the lightning and thunder took over. That lightning danced all around the sky and the booming thunder followed and was so powerful and loud. This continued all day and the lightning, caused power outages throughout the day. Our firefighters were very busy putting out fLres caused by the lightning. It is wonderful our Lord provided the rain showers before the lightning strikes. We may have been in deep trouble as everything had been so dry and fire vulnerable. At the close of the day, my rain gauges registered almost a quarter inch. 2. Things have been pretty quiet around town most of the month. Weekends continue very busy with a lot of traffic. 3. Dorothy Bent's Town Hall Crafters are set up and going on rest of the year at the town hall. She has several new crafters participating and lots of new products. 3. We have had a bad epidemic of bees, swarms of them in town and my residential area. It has been hard feeding the cats In various places. 4. The last wee k of the month, I put fresh solution of sugar water in my hummingbird bottles early Tuesday morning before the bees woke up. That day there was no sign of the hummingbirds at all. They have been gone all week. I don't know if is time for their winter departure or if they have bean gone because of the bees. I surely miss them. The bluejays continue grabbing peanuts from their feeder as soon as I put them out. Rest of the birds and doves continue, their daily visits. 5. It is good to see the schoolyard busy with children and the football field with the boys working out. Hope they all had a good summer and vacation. 6. My beautiful red nose bush quit producing roses throughout the month. The white bush continues to flourish with many roses. Sunflowers are the predominant flower I see in travels into town daily. Not much else blooming. 7. One of the many things I love about our community is the kindness of people. Aida and Harry Bucon who participate in our senior lunch program faithfully every Thursday, they bring me a gift of an avocado and a banana or two or perhaps fruit from their garden. They have been doing this a long while now and I appreciate them very much. Charles of the CANDIED APPLE gives us delightful assortments of breads and his specialty pies. His sour cream apple pies are the greatest. Then daily we receive the wonderful donuts, muffins and cookies, plus pies from JULIAN COMPANY; pies from MOM'S bakery. We also receive surplus bread from DUDLEYS as well We are so blessed at the town hall with all this good stuff from our merchants. All of us seniors are grateful to them all. 8. The month went by fast and it was a good month. Now we are looking forward to the new month of October and all it has in store for us. It's always an exciting month because of Apple Days and much going on at the town hall with the melodrama performances. *** I'M GLAD I LIVE IN JULIAN ***