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October 19, 2011 Accepted Here 2117 Street Monds7 -- 8sy 9 san - pm i 8un00T 9 - np,,, i 7so. ?ss. ssoo I Dry Cleaning Service In by Tuesday, Back by Friday I Phone in Your Meat and Deft Orders - No Waiting _.,,-J Learn tile Principles of Financial Independence We are undoubtedly living in one of the most turbulent economic times of our lifetime. Some have suggested it is the worst financial-climate since the Great Depression. But please take heart. Reaching a measure of financial independence may not be as difficult or impossible as you think. There are sound financial strategies to help you reach your goals. Hillside Community Church cares deeply about the Julian Community and its family&apos;s financial wellbeing. Now. more than any time that I can remember. people are concerned about their financial future and want to know that their investments will see them through their retirement years. So. we are offering a complete financial workshop with you tn mind This is my personal invitation to this no-nonsense workshop that will help you identify your future financial needs and the necessary steps to get you where you need to be. As pastor of Hillside Community Church, I am privileged to have Fred Vaught, ChFC. CLU and President of Capital Resource Management. with us to present the Complete Financial Management Workshop. Fred has 30 years of experience to draw upon to engage you inan interactive workshop. Please put the date on your calendar and register today. The Complete Financial Management Workshop Tues & Thurs Not' I & 3 6:30 - 9:00 PM OR Saturday Nov 5 9:30 AM- 3:00 PM Hillside Community Church Third & "C" Street Seating is limited, Call Capital Resource Management at 800-696-7533 for a reservation. Refreshments at Evening Sessions. Lunch Served Saturday Everyone who attends will receive a full-color. 175 page workbook on financial management. This.workbook is filled with helpful information useful insights, and easy-to-use worksheets. It was specifically designed to help people identify their financial needs and evaluate their options. Participants will also be offered a complimentary consultation with Fred M. Vaught, ChFC. CLU President of Capital Resource Management. www.crmfinanciaLcom Contrary To Rumors Santa Ysabel Post Office Will Remain Open Postmaster Lisa Di Paolo and OIC Sheri Paipa would like to put an end to the rumors and also ease some of the fear that the Santa Ysabel Post Office is on the list for closure. Rumors are just that, Rumors! Postmaster Di Paolo who manages the Palomar Mt, Pauma Valley and Pala ,post offices and mentors OIC Sheri Paipa for the Santa Ysabel Po states that the criteria for considering a post office for closure includes the following: a) The effect closing a post Office would have on the community served. b) The effect closing a post office would h ave on the employees of the facility. c) Compliance with government policy that the postal service must provide postal services to rural areas, communities and small towns where post offices are not self-sustaining. d) Economic savings to the postal service. e) Other factors such. as alternate access locations. Offices within the San Diego District that are currently on the list to be studied for closure are : Tecopa, Vista Carrier Annex, San Bernadino P&DC main office windows, and Marine Corps Recruiting Depot in San Diego. The Santa Ysabel Post office was never on the list, however ,someday a survey will be done and it will be re-assessed at that time, although we do not know if and when that may be. The USPS is undergoing several changes to it's operations across the United States which does include closing some post offices, but there are still procedures that must be followed to do so. Lately, on the news and in the media they depict doom and gloom for the USPS. Sheri and I always tell our customers not to believe everything they hear on the TV or otherwise because it is usually incorrect or an assumption of what they want you to believe about the Postal Service. Spreading rumors when you do not know the facts does not help either. If you want real information, just talk to yourlocal Postmaster or OIC and you can always go online to www.usps,com for the latest new releases as well. The USPS is making, great strides in several areas, but the biggest factor that holds us back is Congress. The USPS is controlled by Congress, so we cannot just change things on our own like the majority of businesses can. We cannot raise postage, change to 5 day delivery, etc or any of the other suggestions made recently to help us financially. The USPS would be in a better position if we did not have to Pre-fund our retiree health benefits to the tune of 5 billion a year. No other Federal agency has to do that, but the USPS does! ESpecial when there is already over 7 Billion if'the account from pre- funding. Again, Congress! So, with that said, please remember that we are here to take care of our customers and provide excellent service to PO Box holders and rural America. It's what we do best and will keep doing no matter if Congress holds our puppet strings or not. We Deliver For You! E-Waste Recycling Day January 28, 2012 Warner Springs FFA Benefit Auction February 4, 2011 Eagle Rock Trail Ride April 13-15, 2012 Lost Valley Trail Ride May 4-6, 2012 Los Coyotes Reservation Trail Ride May 18-20, 2012 If you would like to participate or volunteer, please contact Sherri Freeman at: (951) 204-8697 or Donations are tax deductible and can be sent to: Warner Unified School District Agriculture De partment P.O. Box 8 Warner Springs Ca, 92086 Warner High School Students Excel In Public Speaking Event On October 5, 2011, thirty Warner High School students participated in the San Diego Section FFA Opening and Closing Ceremonies Contest held at San Pasqual High School in Escondido. The contest involved students memorizing paragraphs and reciting them in front of 14 participating schools and official judges. Students were scored on memorization, votce proJection, overall presentation, and team balance. Warner's had five teams competing with six members on a team, two novice (beginners) teams, two open (experienced) teams, and one advanced officer team. The students had been rehearsing their lines for the-past two months and the practice paid off big time. At the awards presentation our novice students took 1st and 5th place in the novice division the open teams took 1st and 6th place in the open division and advanced team placed 7th overall out of 14 participating teams. The excitement was almost too much to bare!!! The skills that our students have learned by participating in this event, will serve them for a lifetime. We are so proud of their accomplishments. Their team photos and names are listed below. If you are interested in helping students further develop their academic and leadership skills, there are many ways that you can help: Guest Speakers Chaperone Events Donate Materials Sponsor Student Projects Volunteer in the Out Door Education Program Coach teams in the following areas o Public Speaking o Floriculture o Livestock Judging o Farm Power o Small Engine Mechanics The Agriculture Program relies heavily on fund raising events. Funding is needed to take students to leadership conferences, college tours, and for farm materials and supplies. Our major events for this year are listed below. Warner Springs FFA Benefit Golf Tournament November 12, 2011 The Julian News 3 Local 00erience 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 FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A QuickBooks Workshop For Beginners The Julian Merchants Association is hosting a QuickBooks class for beginners on Tuesday, November 8 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. It will be held at Wynola Pizza Express, 4355 Hwy 78, Santa Ysabel. The cost is $20.00 per person. Members and non-members are welcome to attend. Kelly Riccio will be teaching the class. Kelly has been in the accounting field since her graduation from high school in 1987. She has been using the QuickBooks bookkeeping and payroll programs for more than 16 years, and is a "Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor". Kelly is passionate about offering her services to small businesses that do not require a full-time bookkeeper and do not have the accounting knowledge to do it themselves. Her business is Riccio's Accounting Service, based from her home in Wynola. To register for this workshop go to and click the "Event" tab, then the "Calendar" tab. Scroll down by date and find the QuickBooks Workshop. You may also register by phoning Wynola Junction Antiques at (760) 765-4758. Our only security is our ability to change. eIg -- John Lilly - Rabobank customers now have free use of ATMs at more than 50Q -,,. stores throughout California. Rabobank is ranked "Highest Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in California" by J.D. Power and Associates. Rabobank, N.A. is part of the Rabobank Group, rated one of the world's safest banks by Global Finance magazine. 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