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October 18, 2017 Jr-Hiqhliqhts Road Trip by Jazmine Pittman On Thursday, October 12, 2017 two teams of volleyball players met at school to prepare for their upcoming volleyball tournament. By about 8:00 a.m the teams were off and ready to go with the very helpful parent drivers. Nervousness and anxiety filled the air as the volleyball teams entered the court. Soon after, it was time. for the first serve. "Wham[" the ball whistled flying over the net. The Crowds cheered as we made our first point.The girls and boys teams beat Warner Springs. Subsequently, the game was finished and the parking lot was filled with Julian Jr.High players setting and bumping the ball towards each other. Time for the next game. The two teams separated and the players filled the courts with glee, The girls volleyball team was sadly not on their A-game and only won one game, but the boys on the other hand won every game except Cottonwood. Luckily the boys were able to play Cottonwood in the playoffs and won. "The first place team for the Pauma boys' volleyball tournament is... Julian!" Said the awards announcer. Sadly the girls volleyball team for Julian had gotten 5th place. "There's always next year." said this year's volleyball coach/6th grade teacher. The ladies then decided to stay and support the boys in their final games. The students gathered back into vehicles, some happy and others sad. The frowns turned into smiles and smiles turned into chuckles when we arrived to Jilberto's Mexican restaurant. None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm. -- Henry David Thoreau Local Eperience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. License #945348 92036 WE-8690A Residential. Industrial. Commercial Serving Southern California Ben Sulser, Branch Manager Julian Arts Guild Presents The 201 7 Open .Studios Tour The Julian Arts Guild is pleased to announce the 2017 Open Studio Arts Tour being held Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22, 2017 from 10 am to 5 pm. It's the optimal time of year to enjoy an outing to the Julian backcountry and tour studios of local artists. Maps and wristbands ($10.00 per adult) are available online at www. Julianartsguild.org or at the newly opened JAG Gallery at 2608 B St in Julian, CA. Visitors may also receive maps and purchase wristbands at the JAG Gallery, the artist Studios, or at the town hall/Chamber of Commerce on the days of the event. About the Julian Arts Guild The Julian Arts Guild began over40 years ago with the pu rpose of uniting artists, artisans, and others interested in the arts within the community for professional and social events, in addition to stimulating artistic interests in the community and beyond. A non-profit organization, the Guild is a vehicle for celebrating art, stimulating art engagement, as well as providing exposure through sponsored events, two annual art shows, workshops, demonstrations, and displays. The Julian Arts Guild is made- up of an eclectic group of talented artists working in many different mediums. Painting, photography, jewelry, gourds, and weaving are some of the creations making up a unique cornucopia of artistry, some of which can be seen at the new Julian Arts Guild Gallery, located at 2608 B St in downtown Julian. Society To Explore Quilt The Julian News 3 Top oft.he line fitness, cardio, and free weight equipmen Clean, professional and friendly environmen Physical therapy services and therapeutic massages by appointment with qualified associates. Nancy Weber will be the guest speaker at the Julian Historical Societies monthly meeting, Wednesday, October 25 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Witch Creek School building, 2133 Fourth rebuild their home, she joined the Street, in Julian. Mrs. Weber will Julian Women's Club and shared her share her knowledge of quilt trails, enthusiasm to develop the first quilt and the quilt trail she founded in trail in Southern California. With the Julian. strong support of the ,Women's Club Nancy founded the Julian and her co-chair, Merry Jo Rembold,. Backcountry Quilt Trail in 2014 as a the Julian Quilt Trail was born. There communityprojectthroughtheJulian are now 33 quilt blocks installed Woman's Club. Mrs. Weber moved along State Routes 79, 78, and 67. to Tennessee after the Cedar Fire Julian's townsite has a walking tour and it was there that she witnessed of smaller quilt blocks in windows. the development of the Quilts in Join us Wednesday, October 25 to the Smokies Trail. When she and learn Folk Art in public places adds her husband returned to Julian to interest and color to our community. Fitness Center: Sat 7am-2pm Sun 7am-ll am 760 765-1576 2216 Main Stl Annual OktoberFest Returns Grab your lederhosen and your appetite for good fun and good food and join Saint Elizabeth's 22nd Annual Oktoberfest at the parking lot at 2033 Main Street in Julian on Oct 21,, and 22nd from 11 am to 4 pm. The family friendly event will present traditional folk music by the Gordon Kohl bandl bratwurst and hot dogs with sauerkraut and potato salad, fresh pastries and deserts, soft drinks and beer on tap. Admission is free. Discounted meal tickets can be purchased in advance at the church office at 2814 "B" Street. This year the Oktoberfest is being held to honor the memory of Dick and Mary Ellen Thilken who started the annual tradition back in 1995 as a fundraiser for the church, but since has become a much anticipated community event. New to this year's festival is an opportunity drawing for some exciting prizes including a get-a-way with boat rental at Lake Cuyamaca and a new barbeque smoker. For more information call the church office at 760.765.0613 Fix-It A Weekend Handyman Service Brian Denny E.fect ric f Drywall Concrete 760/212-4954[C) Too Fun For Mel I Grading &, Demolition Bruce Strachota Grading, Demolition, Underground Utilities, Dump Truck, Excavation, Loader, Bobcat Rental, Rock & Base cell: 619-972-0152 Julian Serving the Community of Julian 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way (760 GATED - SECURE STORAGE SITES Outside Storage - Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x30 Fax (760)756-9020 email = julianminist0rageteam@gmail.c0m All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Julian Elementary Students And YMCA Camp Marston from Mr. Copeland, Julian Union School District Last week Julian Elementary students in grades 1 through 5 spent an amazing day of outdoor education at Camp Marston. The Marston staffing was professional and the student-teacher ratio was excellent. Our 4th graders had the first ever opportunity to spend the night/The students had a great day, and they're still talking about it. In fact l just heard at recess, yet again, "Mr. Copeland, can you get us a GaGa pit like at Camp Marston?'" (That's a ball game played inside an octagonal barrier.) The fifth graders got to harness up and scale a very scary (to me at least) climbing tower. Their courage was very impressive. Hiking, canoeing, archery, arts and crafts, the list of activities goes on. I was proud of our community working together like this, and proud of our students 'respect and behavior off campus. Camp Marston, via director Ryan James, reached out to our school and created the funding necessary to host this two day event. We are grateful