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October 6, 2010 Mountain Man The Julian News 7 Community Bankinc I: Checking Savings I Home Equity Business Banking ~2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDtC LUERS & DYER, CPAs, I&P CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting Full SertMce Firm Rebecca Luers, C~A Jwa Dyer, CPA Ma~t'rs IX'~rtc in ~L~ati~m Personal attention to your special needs Wynol~ Center 4.~G Hw~: 78, Suite ! 12 P.O, Box 1934 Julia., CA 920:~ Tel: 760 765-0343 * Fax: 760 765,0150 Email: rebeccaOluerscpa.com Attorney-At-Law Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business and Water Law (619) 696-9916 1901 First Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA. Lori After MANAGEMENT CAD/Drafting Building Permits Project Coordination Bookkeeping P.O. Box 401 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1113 on BOOKKEEPING & TAX Individuals Small Business Rental Owners Highwire To Highwire." John Raifsnider, Coko Brown, Jim Lydick and Kathleen Beck. Perform At Wynola Highwire has been playing the Julian Certified Farmer's Market now for one year, since the inception of the market. Long time residents and supporters of organic food in the Wynola area, they play an eclectic blend of original tunes that harken to an east west sensibility. Their music stems from many musical Gage Skinner To Be At The Julian Book House Saturday, October 9th Gage Skinner, cultural anthropologist, widely-traveled former Peace Corps Volunteer and Foreign Service Officer (South America), State and National Park Service Ranger (Oklahoma and the Rocky Mountain Region), University Professor, Fur Trade Historian and Re-enactor will be at the Julian Book House on Saturday, October 9th from 12:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. He will bring his CD of readings and literary quotes he composed entitled: SKINNER'S POEMS OF MOUNTAIN MEN AND THE RENDEZVOUS. The CD will be available to purchase. Several of the readings and quotes will be on display to read. Skinner lives in Pine Valley and participates in the yearly Rendezvous held in Mesa Grande. Farms Marketplace branches and collectively they have manydecades of experience behind them. Their diverse instuments include the dumbek drum, ukelele, accordian, guitars, haromonica and bass. They play at least one Sunday a month at Wynola Farrfls Marketplace "for ~ the Sunday Farmers Marketto support their endeavors. ]9 r,M iJ pI M it Eagles First Win continued from page 1 Emergency Preparedness Is a Top Priority end zone giving the Eagles the ball on their own 20. The Knights were more than a little upset with the turn of events and promptly committed 2 dead ball personal fouls on an Eagle 4th and 5. That furball ended up with a personal foul on the Eagles and two personals on the Knights. The ball went over to the Knights on downs at the Eagles 25. At this point of the game, tempers were ablaze. The referee wisely stopped the game and brought the Eagles defense and the Knights offense together for a much needed talking to. After dousing the teenage tempers, play continued with 3 minutes left and the Knights knocking on the Eagles goal line. The Knights worked their way down to the Eagles 1 when their back was smashed by the entire Eagles defense for a 4 yard loss. A holding penalty on the Knights moved the ball back to the Eagles 15. The Knights break their huddle and line it up. A perfect spiral into the endzone ....... right into Jesse's waiting hands. Jesse zigged and zagged and generally tore up the place bringing the ball back to the Eagles 40. Reserve QB Austin McConnell took a knee three times and the game was over. This was one of the wettest and sloppiest fields I've ever seen. Both teams played well in spite of the field conditions, our Eagles just played better. Next Thursday, our Eagles travel down the hill to play the Jewish Academy in Carmel Valley. Come on down and join your Eagles. Next Eagles Home Game will be Homecoming October 22nd under the lights at 7 o'clock against Borrego Springs. All Alumni are encouraged to get in contact with Suzanne (Ketcherside) Crowe cell: 619- 818-4182 or Maria (Lewis) Fry for Alumni float information. e California's high-fire danger months are in the fall, when hot, dry Santa Ana winds arrive. Because the damage from wildfires can be catastrophic, it's important we all work together to be prepared. CommunRy Events Speak with our representatives and fire-rescue groups for tips on how to create a defensible space around your home, make an emergency supply kit and a personae emergency plan. Power ou ges can be caused by fires, storms ........ and high winds. So know what to do when an outage occurs and how to be safe around downed power lines. Create a defensible space around your home by designing or modifying it to resist wildfires, Building materials, roof and landscaping all influence your home's likelihood of surviving a wildfire, ge.com/s ilililililiiii~i!iiiii ~i ~i,~ ,~ ......... ili We're workimj to help prevent fires by replacing more wood power poles with fire- resistant steel poles and expanding tree trimming and brush clearing. Firefi(jhting aircraft from the City and County of San Diego, CAL FIRE, US Forest Service and SDG&E~ are standing by to help suppress brush fires and give fire- fighters the support they need. When an.emew mcy hal l mS, Alert San Diego, the region's reverse 9+1 notification system, sends important information to your registered mobile phone and e-mail address. Register online at readysandiego.org. if you ever have a safety concern involving natural gas or electricity, call us at 1.800.477.7343 or carl 911. 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