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18 The Julian News October 8, 2003 WYNOLA OFFICE 4367 HIGHWAY 78-79 760-765-2323 OFFICE 760-765-2036 FAX HARRY REESE TIM HEINLEIN Broker-Associale Sales-Associate B 4+ DR, 5 BA, 5279 S.F. ON 10.49 ACRES; panoramic views; seasonal creek & ponds; massive rock outcroppings; secluded, private & serene setting; gated entrance & circular driveway: 3308 sf main house & 1971 s.f. guest house; large workshop & storage area; caretaker trailer: garden, tractor, & firewood sheds; open floor plan & spacious rooms; 3 wood-burning fireplaces; renowned artist Dexter Mugford hand-forged ironwork; sound system throughout interior & exterior: screened porch; multi,level decks; fire pit & spa; family orchard & vegetable garden; main home built in 1981 & completely renovated & remodeled in 1991; guest home has 23x37 recreation room & 2-BR guest quarters. One of the best properties in Julian for the discriminating bu/er ................................ $1,295,000. Appl J " R E In It1611WAY79OFFICE e unctton , ce 3407 HIGHWAY 79 760-765-2878 OFFICE 760-765-2878 www.applejunctionrealestate.com www.julian-realestate.com II,[o] To] :tl :,1: [o] lot [o] j I 1,7_,I II ,]: 1 I [olt 1:1171 :I :BI h d 41 waiting for you. Enjoy Julian's four seasons on a .47-acre lot in good neighborhood. Nicely maintained home features mountain views, wood-burning stove, open kitchen, and deck to enjoy the outdoors ............. $279,000. 760-765-2879 FAX PAUL BICANIC CAROLE HOPBALLE Owner-Broker Sales-Associate JEAN DUFFY Sales-Associate CUSTOM BUILT on 6.44 acres with views of Banner Canyon, mountains, and desert beyond. 1 BR, 1 BA, 702 s.f., open kitchen and living area, wood interior, wood-burning stove, artesian spring, and wilderness privacy ............................................................ $299,000. .... :: ,:: ,2 .  ; COMPLETELY FURNISHED, l-DR, 1-BA, mountain cabin with partially covered , wood deck; open-beam ceiling, mahogany-wood paneling. Private location ........................................................ $198,500. rade, Julian's Countr IREDUCEDI FANTASTIC, PANORAMIC VIEWS of Voloan Mountain; its foothills, meadows, & forest -- a view to die for and enjoy from the wrap-around deck & patio of this 3-DR, 3-BA, 2135-sf residence Ground-level bedroom, bathroom, living/kitchen & laundry room suite for your enjoyment or use as a granny flat, mother-in-law quarters, or rental, fami!y room, office, den, computer, arts & crafts, or whatever you want ............ $349,000. .73 ACRE -- HARRISON PARK -- VIEW PARCEL AT END OF ROAD. CLEAREI ?PAD. SEPTICL,Y- OUT FOR 1 BEDROOM. $49,O00. REDUCED! 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SLOP- ING, VIEW BUILDING SITE WITH PHONE & APPROVED SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 3-BR RESI- DENCE. $65,000. .84 ACRE -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SEPTIC APPROVED FOR 3 BR, HAS WATER METER & PHONE. READY TO BUILD. $72,500. 1.9 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- GENTLY SLOPING VIEW PROPERTY WITH PHONE. $72,500. THE CUSTOM HOME features an open floor plan, cooks-delight kitchen, 2-4 BRs, great room with fireplace, and recessed lighting throughout. Other features include 584-sq. ft. TWO RENTAL BUILDINGS on 3.2 acres. bonus room, over 1000 sq. ft. wrap-around wood decking, 576-sq. ft. workshop, Zoned C-32. Ample parking. Good well and observation deokl RV parking, storage shed, and room for horses, pets, and other animals, swimming pool, tennis court, or whatever you want .............................. $.549,000. seasonal pond ....... REDUCED TO $335,000. Apple Junction R. E., Inc. LAND OFFICE 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- HUGE TREES & PRIVACY. TELEPHONE AT PROPERTY. $75,000. f 2.5 ACRES --_-.,=WYNOLA ESTATES -- APPROVEIR. ALL UTILITIES AVAIL- ABLE. $85,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SOUTH- FACING, VIEW PARCEL WITH WATER METER AND TELEPHONE. PINES, OAKS, MANZANITA. $89 000 .................................... 4.59 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES- STUNNING VIEWS, MAJESTIC OAKS, LARGE ROCK OUTCRO,P,pRIVATE BLDG. SITE ON CUL-DE-SAI. "FIAS WATER METER WITH UNDERGROUND ELECTRICITY & TELEPHONE. $98,000. 2.53 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- LARGE BOULDER OUTOJ&i;jnl3S, MAJESTIC OAK TREES, SEPTIiP(L:I" FOR 3-BR HOME. $99,000. i ! 3 DR, 3 BA, 2500 s.f. on 2.54 acres -- Enjoy the wonderful, open kitchen featuring gourmet European appliances & granite counter tops & the romantic natural stone fireplace in the living room of this fine, custom home. Master bedroom has his-and-hers walk-in closets & whirlpool tub. Spiral staircase leads down to handsome den with full bath. With a 2-car garage with circular drive & 'a stun- ning view from the deck, this home won't last long ............ $439,000. 5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- PERFECT FOR YOUR MOUNT, j RETREAT. OFFERS BEAUTIFUL VlFI/ERGROUND PHONE. GET AWAY PROM IT ALL RIGHT HERE! $120,000. 5 ACRES -- JULIAN -- SEASONAL CREEK, BIG TREES. SELLER WILL PROVIDE SEPTIC LAY- OUT. $129,000. 8.4 ACRES -- OAK HILL RANCH -- UNDER- THIS CHARMING, 2-DR, 1-BA, 1132-s.f. home has both living & family rooms and an extra room for your computer, office, sewing, arts & crafts, or whatever you want as well as a laundry/mud room, wood deck, and front & side yard for your enjoyment. This home is ideal for your coun living, to enjoy your retirement, for your weekend getaways, or rental income. REDUCED! ....................... $2.49,000. GROUND UTILITIES, BEAUTIFUL VIEWS, GATED 2 4 ACRES -- LAIE HENSHAW -- REMOTE, E NT.RY,IIHAS W E.LL.$1g000. , ,,,,., ...... ..i, ,. .... F'(RESTEDrVIEW FFIOPERI $39,000, ' 5.92 ACRES -- MESA GRANDE -- BEAUTIFUL, SOUTH-FACING PARCEL WITH USABLE AREAS & GOOD ACCESS. PREVIOUSLY APPROVED FOR 3-DR RESIDENCE. $155,000. -- 6 ACRES COMMERCIAL/AGRICULTURAL 2 ACRES ZONED C-36. 4 ACRES ZONED AGRICULTURAL. HIGHWAY VISIBILITY. LOTS OF OPEN MEADOW WITH OAK FOREST. Reduced to $225,000. 11.18:,ACRES -- PINE HILLS " :FANTASTIC VIEWS & PRIVACY, APPROVED BUILDING SITE ABOVE SEASONAL CREEK. HAS 10-GPM WELL. $249,000. 13+ ACRES -- PINE HILLS -- APPROVED 4 DR, SEASONAL CREEK WITH POND, SHARED WELL WITH STORAGE TANK. HOUSE PLANS INCLUDED. $269,000. 16.5 ACRES -- ENGINEERS ROAD -- LARGE, BEAUTIFUL, SOUTH-FACING PARCEL. GRASSY MEADOW, OAK & PINE FOREST. 8.5-GPM WELL. $269,000. 4-H FUN - SANTA YSABEL/JULIAN by Katherine Thompson, Contributing Writer September 8th's Santa Ysabel/Julian 4H meeting was a great way to start another year of 4H, because we celebrated the achievements of the last year, and we had some tasty Root Beer Floats. The members of the club earn their awards by completing the different projects they signed up for, by turning in their Project Books to be evaluated, and giving demonstrations. The Project Books are a record of what you have accomplished over the past year in each of your projects, and as a member of your community. The Project Books are then used to decide what awards you receive for the year. Congratulations to the following award winners: Primary Star, stripe and pin: Hannah Tracy 1 = year Award: Madison Tracy Ashley Brooking Mick MacGregor Kendra Tracy 1 st year Award and Bronze Medal : Chelsea Feigel Camber McKenzie Connor McKenzie Rowlynda Moretti 2nd Year Award: Mia Cauzza Tyler Feigel Katherine Thompson Victoria Thompson 3rd Year Award, 100% Attendance and Silver Medal: Cameron Drown Casey Peyakov 4th Year Award and Bronze Medal: Aaron Smith 1st Year Award and 100%.Attendance: Josh Billimoria Daniel Smith 3rd Year Award and Bronze Medal: Sabrina Braun Justin Smith 4th Year Award and Bronze Medal: Aaron Smith 8th Year Award and Bronze Medal: Carolyn Savage 4th Year Award, 100% Attendance and Gold Medal: Logan Peyakov If you are interested in joining in on the fun, 4H has something for everyone! Enrollment night is on October 13th at 6:00 pm in the Julian Junior High Wolf Den. 4-H CLUBS AT YOUTH EXPO OCT. 1 ! IN BALBOA PARK It is with great pride that the San Diego County 4-H Leaders' Council announces the 2nd Annual Youth Expo at Balboa Park in the Prado on Saturday, October 11, 2003, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Local youth organizations such as Girl Scouts, the YMCA and youth sports organizations have also been invited to join local 4-H Clubs and participate in this exciting event. One of the major purposes of the Expo is to offer the San Diego community the opportunity to learn about the many youth organizations that are making a difference in the lives of ycung people today. The event will also feature local youth performing groups and musical entertainment. The 2nd Annual San Diego County Youth Expo is being held as part of the San Diego County 4-H Youth Development Program's National 4-H Week celebration, National 4-H Week is October 5-11,2003. Please contact Paulette Sauln at 619- 4644394 or KristJna Byrne at 858-679-2072 for more information. We look forward to your participation at this very special event. REACH rile BOO0 eeAoees IN SAN Pneeo's eACVCOUNreV' CArt THe JUUAN News AT C/60J 765-2231. WE HAVE BUDGET ADVERTISING RATES. t S.D. COUNTY VOLUNTEERS NET DEPARTMENTS $23 MILLION The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors announced that more than 16,000 volunteers and over $956,000 in donations provided more than $23 million in net value to the County during fiscal year 2002103. For the fiscal year 2002103, 16,664 people volunteered in 27 County departments, providing a value of $24,109,539.48. Additionally, $956,333.45 in cash and gifts was donated to various volunteer programs. County Departments incurred a cost of $1,850,211.63 to run the programs involving volunteers, leaving a net benefit to the County totaling $23,215,661.30. "These volunteers make a huge difference to the people in our community by reading to children at the library, presenting educational programs at our County parks, and helping to improve children's lives at the Polinsky, among other activities," noted Board of Supervisors' Chairman Greg Cox. ' During the 2002-03 fiscal year, volunteers provided a wide variety of services to County departments, including: training dogs (Animal Services); maintaining the County Administration Center Rose Garden (Clerk of the Board of Supervisors); 4-H Youth and Adults, Master Gardeners, and Family Nutrition (Farm & Home Advisor); serving as youth mentors (Foster Youth); tutoring adult literacy learners (library); leading hikes, clearing trails and restoring habitat (Parks & Recreation); reading rain gauges for the flood warning system (Public Works); support the election night tally center (Registrar of Voters), searching for missing children (Sheriff); and providing clerical support. People interested in volunteering with the County of San Diego may contact the Clerk of the Board - 619-531-5600 - or visit.their Web site - www.sandiegoeob.com - for more information. 2003 Football Schedule Julian Eagles BOYS VARSITY DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME LOCATION Fri 10/03 *Warner H.S. 3:30 Home Fri 10/10 -*San Pasqual Academy 3:30 Home Fri 10117 *Borrego Springs H.S. TBA Away Fri 10/24 *Tri-City Christian TBA Away Fri 10131 *Calvary Christian 2:30 Home Sat 11/08 *La Jolla Country Day 2:00 Away Fri 11/14 CIF Playoff Semifinal TBA Fri 11/21 CIF Playoff Final TBA Away *League Event BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME LOCATION Fri 10/3 Warner H.S. 1:00 Home Fri 10/10 *San Pasqual Academy 1:00 Home Fri 10117 *West Shores (@ Borrego) TBA Away Fri 10/24 *Tri-City Christian TBA Away Thurs 10/30 *San Diego Jewish Academy 2:30 Home Sat 11/08 *La Jolla Country Day 12:00 Away NEW 2003 Volleyball Schedule Julian Lady Eagles Preseason DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME JVNAR LOCATION Tues 9/23 Calvary Christian 3:30 JV Julian Wed 9/24 Tri City Christian 4:30-5:30 JWVAR Julian Thur 9/25 Luthem 3:304:30 JWVAR Luthem Sat 9/27 Hamilton 8:00 VAR TOUR Hamilton Wed 10/8 Calapatria 3:304:30 JVNAR Julian Fri 10/10 Borrego 4:00-5:00 JWVAR Borrego Wed 10/15 Warners 3:154:15 JV/VAR Wamers Fri 10/17 Win Memorial 3:304:30 JV/VAR Julian aon 10/20 Midway Baptist 3:304:30 JVNAR Julian (NL)* Wed 10/22 West Shores 3:304:30 JVNAR West Shores Fri 10/24 Calapatria 4:00-5:00 JV/VAR Calapatria Mon 10127 Esc. Advent 4:00-5:00 JV/VAR Escondido (NL)* Wed 10/29 Borre9o 3:304:30 JVNAR Julian Fri 10/31 Warners 3:304:30 JV/VAR Julian Wed 11/5 Vin Memorial 4:00-5:00 JV/VAR Vin Memorial Fri 11/7 West Shores 3:304:30 JV/VAR Julian *NL-Denote non-league game Junior varsity games will always be first game played. All varsity games will immediately follow. Time is estimated for varsity games.