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Valley, Mt. Lagun ........... Summit, Volume 27 -Issue 09 Wednesday October 12, 2011 Ju/ian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Julian Arts Guild Workshop The Use Of Colored Pencils The Art Guild is having a Colored pencil workshop on October 15th at the Julian library from 10 to 3 We are very lucky to have two well known artists to show us the ins and outs of colored pencil art. They are Susan Salazar - whose introduction into the world of drawing began at an early age. Although she studied art in college, she did not pursue it again until I retired from my job with the County of San Diego. Always Iovong to draw and paint with colored pencils, "because I can obtain extraordinary depth and rich colors both by blending and layering them." Susan will be joined by Deb Gargula, preferring to work in the mediums of colored pencil, watercolor, and mixed media. She enjoy incorporating gold leaf, acrylic inks, and acrylic paint. She also works 3 dimensionally, and on Dura-Lar, a Mylar surface. Together they will be teaching the use of wax pencils and oil pencils and using them in a mixed media. Spaces are limited so sign up early. Please cell for information at 760-765-0868 or 760-765-3442. A list of supplies you will need will be sent to you. A $20. donation is suggested. Freak Accident Claims Motorcyclist Saturday- October 8, Highway 79 was the scene of a fatal motorcycle accident just before noon that saw the highways traffic diverted through Jess Martin Park. A group of three riders was going South (toward the lake) when the leader stopped his bike and one of the following bikes hit his breaks hard and lost control. The 53 year old rider was thrown off his bike, which continued moving, and into oncoming traffic when another motorcycle traveling North bound, with another group, toward town was unable to avoid hitting him. CalFire, Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District paramedics and emergency personnel, the Sheriff and Highway Patrol all responded. The rider was pronounced dead at the scene. Traffic on the 79 remained diverted for over two hours while waiting for the coroner to arrive. One of the other riders was taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries and a third was treated at the scene. The rider; Rogelio Malihan of San Diego was out with a friend and his son for a Saturday ride in the back country. Excessive speed was not a factor in the accident. Three State Park Campgrounds Closed In San Diego County Due to severe budget restrictions seasonal service reductions begin October 2, 2011 at two California State Parks. Julian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA, 92036 Change Service Requested  Permit No. 30 III / Ju,an, CA III II,l,,I,,I,,I,l,l,,h,l,,I,,I,l,,I,l,ll,,,,ll,,,,llh,,I,l,l,I Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 \\; Palomar Mountain State Park- Doane Valley Campground and Cedar Grove Group Camp will be closed, and are not scheduled to reopen. Silvercrest Picnic Area, Boucher Lookout and Doane Pond Picnic Area will remain open. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park - Green Valley Campground /Day Use and Granite Springs Environmental Campground will be closed..These areas are scheduled to reopen July 1, 2012. Paso Picacho Campground will remain open for camping and day use. For Paso Picacho Campground reservations please contact Reserve America. For more information on these and other State Parks closures go to: California State Parks announced plans to close up to 70 of its 278 parks due to budget restraints. Julian High School Homecoming Weekby.ichaelna. Home-com-ing (noun) \\;h(Sm-ke-mir}\ l:a return home 2: the return of a group of people usually on a special occasion to a place formerly frequented or regarded as home; especially: an annual celebration for alumni at a college or High School. Another annual trodition is upon us. Friday (Oct. 14) is homecoming at Julian High School. This years theme is "Board Games" The students have been planning their floats since early in the semester and will be putting the dazzle on them Thursday at the High School parking lot. Thursday evening as part of the Homecoming festivities the FFA Fifty years ago there was no homecoming, but there was a square dance at the Town Hall. , ..... In 1967 the Eagles fielded their first varsity football team, but there was no homecoming game. 2 Charlene Nejo Homecoming Queen and King will be hosting a Tri-Tip dinner starting at 5:00 pro, the meal is a fund raising effort to support the FFA and the high school athletics programs. Tickets are available from FFA members for $8.00 or you can get yours at the high school Thursday night. The various classes will be decorating until 9:00 o'clock. On Friday there will be a Pep- Rally at noon in the gymnasium where a New scoreboard will be unveiled for all to see, with the generosity of Rabobank the old scoreboard has been replaced and will help to keep track of the exploits of those teams that use the gym, like volleyball(curently in season) and the boys and and Mike Porter were honored as the first in 1968. Can you identify the ladies of the court or their escorts in the photo below? How about members of the football team above? girls basketball teams plus the new wrestling team and the youth basketball and community leagues which also play there throughout the year. Friday will be the big parade down Main Street starting at one o'clock, we'll get a chance to see the creative endeavors of the students and judge for ourselves who amongst the "electronic" generation actually knows what a board game is? Then Friday night this years Eagles football team will play host to the Hornets of Calipatria High. Currently at 4 and 1 on the season and providing our young Eagles with a real challenge to make the alumni proud. At half-time under the lights this years court will be Presented and a Queen and King chosen. Parents will be proud and students will learn which class will reign as the "Best Homecoming Float" for the year. Traditionally this is a big game because of all the school spirit and spectacle that goes into preparation for it. The community will come out to support the team and all the participants. Alumni will return to the old campus and stories will be told between old fiends. It's Homecoming week, time to dress in school colors. 25 years ago the Julian High School Homecoming Court of princesses await the announcement who will be queen. ............. / [ Eagles Athletics Football Friday September 2 W 55-46 @ Borrego Springs Friday September 9 - home L 6 - 48 Hamilton Friday September 16 - away L 0-33 Foothills Christian Friday September 23 - home L 37 - 41 Calvin Christian Friday September 30 - away L 7-62 Mountain Empire Friday October 7 - home L 6 - 42 Holtville Friday October 14 - home HOMECOMING Calipatria 7pm Friday October 28 - away @ Calvary Christian 7pm Friday November 4 - away @ San Pasqual Academy 2:30pm Friday November 11 - home Borrego Springs 2:30pro Volleyball Thursday October 13 - home 5pro vs. Mountain Empire High School Tuesday October 18 - home 5pm vs. Borrego Springs HS Thursday October 20 - away 5pm@ Warner High School Tuesday October 25 - home 5pro vs. Calipatria HS Thursday October 27 - away 5pm @ Vincent Memorial Catholic High School Tuesday November 1 - away 5pm @ Mountain Empire High School CrossCountry Friday October 21 2:00pm i @ Jaquar Invitational Escondido High School Friday October 28 3:15PM @ Citrus League Meet #3 Lake Morena Thursday November 10 3:00pm @ Citrus League Finals Lake Morena Saturday November 19 TBA @ 2011 CIFSDS Cross Country Championships Morley Field Saturday November 26 TBA @ CIF State Final Fresno Eagles Drop Another One (Just like the other ones) by H "Buddy" Seifert It's another Football Friday in Julian. It just wasn't a winning Football Friday for ou: Eagles. The Holtville Vikings won the coin toss and elected to receive the opening kick. The Vikings made 5 yards on the return. They worked their way down field and scored on a 23-yard completion for the first score of the game. The Vikings PAT was good. With 7:14 left in the first quarter, the Vikings are up by 7. Holtville 7, Julian 0. Chance Perez took the Vikings' lick at the Eagles 5 and returned the ball 20 yards to the Eagles 25. Playing a bit tentatively, the Eagles only managed a three and out, punting to Holtvitle's 45. The Vikings picked up 2 quick first downs and then got a delay of game penalty on the Eagles' 25. Justin Flores added another -7 yards for the Vikes when he swarmed in from his linebacker position and squished Holtville,s QB like a bug in the backfield. continued on page 9 :: :; t: " :: ! Chamber of Commerce Business Mixer - Thursda, November 3rd, The Merchants DecoratlngContest Is In Full Swing Are you ready to be judged? Deadline is October 14th Meet The Merchants Breakfast