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- . The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the T Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, ' Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Springs and Wynola. Volume 28 - Issue 09 Wednesday October 10, 2012 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 .OktoberFest Weekend Bright blue skies, crisp tangy air, shining golden trees--Fall is here again and it's time for Oktoberfest once again. You can almost hear the Student Prince singing his famous drinking song in old Heidelberg! Sponsored by St. Elizabeth Church in Julian, Oktoberfest takes place this year on October 13 and 14 in the Rabobank parking lot on Main Street. Hours are 11 AM till 4 PM Saturday and Sunday. Gordon Kohl and his band will provide delightful music each day, and traditional dancers will perform on Saturday. For the youngsters, YooHoo the clown will do wonderful face painting. Traditional German/Austrian menu items will include bratwurst, sauerkraut, potato salad, and tap beer, with hot dogs and soft drinks for the little ones. Julian apple pies, strudel and turnovers will also be available. Admission to the event is free. For more information, call Dick or Mary Ellen Thilken at 760-765- 1578. FootbaliTravels To. Escondido For Loss by H "Buddy" Seifert Our Eagles opened their Citrus League championship quest with a shootout against the Classical Academy Caimans at Orange Glen High in Escondido on a muggy, damp Saturday night. Our Eagles also had 32 years of NFL All Pro experience on the sidelines with our own Ed White and Air CoryeU All Pro centdr Db?tnie Macek working with the young O line. Julian won the coin toss and took the opening kick. Tah fielded a high bouncer at the Eagles 15 and wove through a thundering herd of Caimans for a hard fought 8-yard return. On a critical 3rd and 4, a normally sure footed Cole Southcott found the one loose area of turf on the Orange Glen field and slipped as he cut up field for a two yard loss. There was a miscue on the punt and Brian Garcia recovered the snap at the Eagles goal line and scrambled out of the endzone and to the Eagles 10. The ball went over to Classical on downs deep in Eagles territory. Classical made quick work of the gift and scored on two short runs. Their PAT was wide left. With 3 minutes off the clock, Classical is up 6 .to zip. Let no good deed go unpunished! The Caimans made the mistake of kicking directly to Cole. Cole took the ball and was sweeping around left end when he handed the ball off to Tah who was sweeping right. Tah was already in full stride and the outcome was never in doubt. 82 yards to the first Eagles score. Brian's extra point was straight and true. With 3:18 off the clock, my Eagles are up 7 to 6. Brian's kickoff was a knee high screamer that ran through the endzone and the Caiman's began their possession at their own 20. Classical could not find the keys to success and stalled out with a 4th and 12 at their own 18. They were forced to punt and got the ball out to the Eagles 49. Hunter's first pass of the night was incomplete and a fumble by the usually sure handed and tight continued on page I1 Saluting The Grand Dame Of The Melod:rama Bobbi 'Green Honored At Opening Night by Michael Hart In the 56 years that the Julian Triangle Club has put on the October tradition that is the Melodrama and Olio, there has been one person who has been an almost constant presence, Roberta "Bobbi" Green. She has been a performer (heroine), script writer ("well re- writer"), prop master and most notably director. For Fourty Three years Bobbi was involved with the Triangle Club and the Melodrama. This year she had stepped aside to relax and watch the cattle graze on the ranch. She knew it was time and the club knew she needed to be recognized for her dedication to the production(s), involvement with the town, Bobbi has served on the Chamber of Commerce Board and as its' chairperson, President of the Triangle Club, and was instrumental ingetting Valley Independent Bank (now Rabobank) into town. She was honored as the 2011 Grand Marshal in the Fourth of July Parade. For the past 34 years the Melodrama and the Olio were the highlight of Bobbi's year. "people think we just have talented people up here" she once told me, "the truth is we have talented people who like to do quality work". Arranging for the evening was a production in itself, the Triangle Club went round and round about the proper format, time, place and venue. Anyone familiar with the theater will tell you opening night is not the best time ... but it does make the most sense. Considering that this was a new production and a new director (Garnette Welch) many thought that the nerves of Opening Night would make for a sloppy show, and not be the tribute to Bobbi that was planned. In typical Triangle Club fashion, they forged ahead. The first hurdle was getting her there, that was solved by husban'd Monte, 'TII just take her out to dinner with friends and we'll casually walk over to see the show". After some thought Monte decided he'd better tell Bobbi he already had the tickets so she wouldn't be able to decline at the last minute ... that took some coercing, but she finally agreed. The club made plans for the evening, gifts (a feather boa, she's now an honorary Floozy), dinner at Orchard Hill, a proclamation to be hung in the Town Hall. The big night finally arrived and all went according to plan. Prior to every Melodrama there is a sing-along, this to get the audience in the mood and warm up their voices for the booing and Bobbi Green above as the Mistress of Ceremonies greeting the audience. Barbara Keresztury presenting the plaque of honor that will hang in the Town Hall cheering that is integral to the show. The opening night crowd was not disappointed as the singing commenced. Two songs and then the presentation of gifts, platitudes (from current and : former cast members) and the ,yenjng was a success. And lws a surprise, as had been hoped for. The topper was the show itself! "B Mine Forever" was a hit, A newly designed set, special effects, over the top performances (as it should be) and laughter that could be herd down in Wynola. The evening wrapped up with an Apple Cider toast (thanks to Cider Mill). Friends and club members sharing stories with the honored lady of the night. The best comment came from Bobbi Green herself as she took director, Garnette Welch aside and told her, in typical Biobbi fashion, so everyone within ear shot could heer ... "you've really taken it to a new level, this is a great show". We will have to look long and hard to find another Bobbi Green. Julian News @ PO Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 Change Service Requested II,l,,h,l,,I,l,l,,I,,I,,I,,I,l,,I,l,ll,,,,ll,,,,llh,,I,l,l,I Small Town Papers TFN . " 217 W Cota St Shelt0n WA 98584-2263 PRESORTED STANDARD PERMIT NO. 30111 JULIAN, CA j[ I , ,I 00"EEAGLETTE0000 |ulion Union High School Studnh Neu Homecoming Parade , Friday- 1 o'clock Julian On Main Street Eagles Football at 7 Athletics Volleyball Continues Winning Ways by Tom Madeyski Have you heard? There is a story developing over at the Julian High School gym. This year's Girls Volleyball Team stands undefeated in Manzanita League play. With each victory, this talented group is extending their league unbeaten streak that carries through last year's campaign (undefeated), all the way back 2010. The Lady Eagles opened league play with decisive 3-0 victories on the road at Vincent Memorial and Calipatria High Schools. This past Friday, they hosted rival Mountain Empire, cruising to 25-15, 25-21 and 25- 10 set victories for a 3-0 sweep of the match. The Eagles now hold a 5-0 record in the Manzanita League, followed closely by Borrego at 4-1. Against the visiting Red Hawks, Jasmine Madeyski served 30 attempts, recorded 7 aces and 24 points. In attacking, she was 14 of 16 with 8 kills. Hannah Elliot served 17, with 3 aces and 12 points while setting a complete game as she led her team to victory. Sylvia Wohler is the block leader of the team, affectionately known as "The Wall". Alyson Duffy, Middle Blocker known as "Scooby" is a consistent hitter and brings lots of energy to the game. Eden Tunnel, "The Rock" is a top hitter in the league as well as a dynamic server. Following closely is Scarlett Sczymanski, one of the most consistent all- around players on the team, leading in digs. Dora Busalucchi, known as "Spike" is our Libero who keeps the team centered and is always around the ball. Amy Rust, "Cricket", is the spark to the team as she dives all over the floor to dig balls and lead the team cheers before, during and after the game. Miss Utility is Tori Beardshear, "Chip", a valuable player that contributes in all positions. Hannah EIliott, "QB" is our setter and continues to make amazing plays with pinpoint setting. Jasmine Madeyski, "Ace" is currently ranked #2 in Serve Aces county-wide while also holding a top spot in Attack Percentage. The team, with 8 Seniors and 1 Junior, are coming together and continually improving. If you'd like to see the high-flying action, diving digs and a wonderful team, come to our next home match versus Warner Springs, Wednesday, October 10, at 4:15 pm. Football Friday, August 31 L 22-30 Borrego Friday September 7 L 41 - 0 Hamilton (Anza) Friday, September 14 W 34-10 Lutheran Friday, September21 L 42- 13 Calvin Christian Friday, September 28 W 38-8 Sherman Indian School Teacher & Staff Appreciation Day Saturday, October 6 away Classical Academy at Orange Glen HS 7 PM Friday, October 12 HOME Calvary Christian HOMECOMING . 7PM Friday, October 19 HOME San Pasqual Academy Senior Day - 3PM Friday, October 26 away Borrego 7PM Friday, November 2 away Vincent Memorial 7PM Volleyball Thursday, August 30 W 3-1 San Diego Jewish Academy Tuesday, September4 W3-2 Classical Academy High Thursday, September 6 W3-1 Ocean View Academy Saturday, September 8 Joshua Springs Tournament Third Place Wednesday, September 19 WS-O Calexico Adventist Mission School Thursday, September 20 W3-2 Borrego Springs High School Saturday, September 22 1-3 Pacific Ridge Tournament Monday, September 24 L 0-3 Escondido Adventist Wednesday, September 26 W 3-0 Vincent Memorial High Wednesday, October 3 W 3-0 Calipatria High School Friday, October 5 W 3-0 Mountain Empire High School Wednesday, October 10 HOME 4:15 Warner Springs High School Thursday, October 11 away Calexico Adventist Mission Wednesday, October 17 away Borrego Springs High School Friday, October 19 HOME Vincent Memorial High School Monday, October 22 away Warner High School Friday, October 26 HOME CrossCountry Saturday, September 15 Mt,Carmel Movin Shoes Invitational Friday, September 21 Citrus League #1 at Julian Friday, October 5 Citrus League #2 at Lake Morena Friday, October 19 Citrus League #3 at Guajome Park Friday, November 2 Citrus League #4 at Borrego Friday, November 9 Citrus League Finals. at Lake Morena of ce Friends of the Julian Library 1 Fundraiser - November 3rd, Get your Tickets