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Private rooms from $3,550.00 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at www.alpineviewlodge.com State license number 374-600-694 Marriages on the Mountain Call Dick Thiken, Chaplain 760-765-1578 dickrlt@wildblue.net Country Weddings Designed for your Call Rev Les Turner 760-443-3930 leszmor@aol.com ,_ &Bed Full Service Hospice & Dementia  ., Case by Case  i  " " , License 111101' illrq #374601019 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 (76o) 7a00ooss No Appointments Just Come In ! Now Available Certified Animal Adjusting .  $30. 0o LEGAL NOTICES Suite 211 619 445 3168 fax 619 445 5368 Powerless Eagles continued from page 1 on a fumble in the backfield. The Eagles then serve up a foggy interception and the Rams move 45 yards in 6 plays for another score. Their two-pointer is stymied once again. The Rams kick goes through the endzone and the Eagles start their last possession of the half from their own 20. The Eagles just cross the Rams 30 as the half comes to a close. The score is the Eagles 0, the Borrego Springs Rams 18. The Homecoming Queen and King were crowned at half time and before they can leave the field it got foggier and wetter. It's the Eagles weather. Well, it was for a few minutes at least. Brett took the Rams kick inside the Eagles 20 and took it to the house with an 80+ yard return. Josh Ernst picked up the extra point with a perfect kick. It's now Julian 7, Borrego 18. The win is in reach. The Eagles attempted an onside kick, but the Rams recovered at their own 42. In the gathering fog and mist, neither team was effective at moving the ball or keeping control of it. The Rams fumbled, our Eagles punted on 4th down, the Rams lose the ball on downs and finally our Eagles bust into the endzone. No score, repeat the play. Holding on the Eagles. The ball goes to the Rams on downs. That possession lasted about 11 seconds, with a Rams fumble recovered by the Eagles. The Eagles worked their way close, but a chip shot field goal gets lost in the fog and misses. The third quarter ends with the Rams starting their drive for their final score. The Eagles had them stopped cold but the Eagles self- destructed with a facemask call, which gave the Rams a first down from a third and long. The Rams made the most of the penalty and scored their last touchdown. This time their two-pointer was good. With four minutes to go in the game, the score is Rams 26, Eagles 7. And then the fog and wet really rolled in. By the time the Eagles got the ball back, looking towards the opposite sidelines was like looking out over Fisherman's Landing in Loma Portal in June. Very, very gray. Only the swarms of bugs in Calipatria were worse. The Eagles were working their way downfield until Josh Savage was sacked deep in the Eagles backfield and the ball went to Borrego on downs. By this time, visibility was down to less than 50 feet. The Rams put together a few plays that I couldn't see and then the game was over. Your Eagles never gave up. Most of them played the entire 48 minutes of the game. 5 returning juniors and 3 returning seniors The Sons October 27, 2010 i Eag!esThank g!. 00ngC!assic dtdi00an ....... ................... s 'vi ',-on3 Basketball Tournament Nov. 26-27, 2010 Basketball Tournament Beuqfiting the Julian Booster Club Spot Next up on the list for SAL is a benefit breakfast for Julian CERT on Sunday November 7th. Consider this, in local emergencies ninety five percent of first responders are private citizens. What if, that private citizen that got to you first had training in first aid, CPR, psychology, light search and rescue, training to assess dangerous situations and the communication equipment to get fire and police there in a hurry. What if, fire and police were deployed elsewhere and couldn't get to you. That is why over 250 community minded, Julian citizens belong to CERT (Community Emergency \\; 2010 Entry Rules l. Entry fees: Includes toumy shirt Elementary Brackets- $ t6 per player (grades 3-5 and 6-8) High Sehcxf Brackets- $20 per player (grades 9-t:, Including a8 yrs old) Adult Braektas- $25 per player (bracket by age: 19% 30% 4o and 5o+) 2. Payment mnst aeeompeny the entry form and be maged no later than the close date, November no, 2ore 3. RegistrationformsvhllNOTbepmcssedStbouttheem-yfeeendosed. 4. Games will l'gin Friday night and captains will be notified bY Phne, 15msda-v, Nov- a3, sore resarding first game, time and court, 5- The tournament is open to anyone in 3rd grade and older 6. The kmrnament is a dmble elimir'ation format or round robin depending on the number of entries. 7. Teams ill be placed into divisions based on age. Age brackets to be determined based on how many entries received. Registration Players and ages: Shirt sizes: Team Name: Captain: Phone #: Email Check or Money Order to Julian Eagles Booster Club PO Box 417, Julian CA 92036 Ctt out and nd in with payment ........ ";9 Response Team) and 65 of those ...... members are Teens. CERT is a nationwide program but Julian CERT is the only active program in California. Forming of this program began in Julian as early as 2003, and without a large grant from Julian Cuyamaca Fire to purchase a command trailer and a grant from Homeland Security through FEMA for 65 packs containing emergency supplies, this organization is without fuhding. Members of CERT undergo up to 25 hours of training, with additional training as a HAM operator available. They are truly there to help in the types of emergencies that are all too common in the backcountry we call home. Let's have a breakfast, let's have a BIG breakfast and support this group. If you buy a ticket for $7.00 you're going to get scrambled eggs, pancakes, corned beef hash, sausage, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, coffee, and juice. All the money, I said, ALL the money raised at this breakfast including any tip you'd like to slip into the jar goes to Julian CERT. If you want an advance ticket so SAL has an idea of how many are coming, call 760 310-0206 or 760 310- 0976. For more info on CERT, email: Certjulian@hotmail.com. Borrego's Trevon Webb ran for 218 yds and 4 TD 's. photo by Lance Arenson out of a 29 man squad does not make for an experienced team. The Eagles are a young team and will get bigger, faster and stronger over the coming year. The experience, football and life lessons they are picking up this season will stand them well for the rest of their time at Julian High. GO EAGLES! The Eagles would like to thank Marc Boland for getting the lights for Homecoming in these tight financial times. The 8 sets of lights were a little harder to get this year. The Eagles would especially like to thank coaches Thurston Thompson and Antonio Lepe for their efforts in getting the lights set up in a whirlwind of activity on Thursday night. Your Eagles travel down to Calvin Christian High School in Escondido next Friday at 7:30 PM. Come on down and support your Eagles. Drive longer with a MICHELIN" tire and drive away with T/00N NOTICE INVITING BIDS Prospective bidders are hereby notified that the PINE HILLS MUTUAL WATER COMPAN' herein called Owner, will receive separate sealed BIDS for the construction of: "DISTRIBUTION PIPELINES AND Fe/Mn TREATMENT IMPROVEMENTS" (PROJECTA) Such bid proposals will be received at the Pine Hills Lodge, 2960 La Posada Way, Julian, C 92036, until 1:00 PM on Thursday, December 2, 2010. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at 1:00 PM on Thursday, December 2,2010 at the same location. The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS (plans and specifications) may be examined at the following locations during regular business hours: Nolte Associates, Inc. San Diego Daily Transcript Plan Room 73-185 Highway 111, Suite A http://plans.sddt.com/ Palm Desert, CA 92260 (800) 697-6397 1-760-341-3101 All Valley Reprographics http:llallvalleyrepro.comlbidcenter.php 1-760-343-5090 Contract Documents (Construction Drawings, Specifications, Soils Report) may be purchased at: Nolte Associates, Inc. 73-185 Highway 111, Suite A, Palm Desert, CA 92260 760-341-3101, Attn: Robert Pretty Upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $100 for each set (excluding shipping). MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO: Pine Hills Mutual Water Company. For shipping, provide FedEx, DHL, or similar account information. Contact Robert Pretty in Palm Desert for purchase. Prospective bidders shall be licensed contractors in the State of California and be qualified to perform the Work specified in the contract Documents. Each bidder shall have a Class "A" California Contractor's License. Contractors are notified that neither State Prevailing Wages nor Federal Davis-Bacon wages apply to this contract. Pine Hills Mutual Water Company reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive any irregularity, or to award a Contract to other than the lowest bidder. If the Pine Hill Mutual Water Company elects to award a contract for the Work, the award will be made within 60 days from the date of the bid opening. Bids shall be valid for said 60 day period. Refer to Article 4 of the Agreement (Section 00500) for contract duration. Engineer's Opinion of Probable Construction Cost (Base Bid Items): $900,000 Total "Project A" Construction Budget: $975,000 Base Bid Work is generally described as: Installation of approximately 5,310-feet of 6" PVC C900 waterline, including appurtenances, asphalt, backfill, valves, and traffic control Installation of approximately 16 dry barrel fire hydrants Construction of pre-engineered concrete masonry equipment building Installation of iron/manganese treatment system equipment, including electrical and control improvements. Yard piping at treatment site Additive Bids' Work is generally described as: Installation of approximately 2,430-feet of 6" PVC C900 waterline, including appurtenances, asphalt, backfill, valves, and traffic control Installation Installation of approximately 6 dry barrel fire hydrants A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting shall take place on 18 November 2010 at lpm, commencing at the Pine Hills Lodge, 2960 La Posada Way, Julian, CA 92036. Bidders are notified that financing for this project is provided pursuant to the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act (7 U.S.C. Section 1921 et seq.) and that as allowed in Public Contract Code Section 22300, this contract does not provide for substitution of securities for any monies withheld by the Owner to ensure performance under this contract. Bidders are further notified that this contract does not permit retainage to be placed in escrow nor to be invested for the benefit of the contractor. Each bid proposal must be accompanied by cash, a certified or cashier's check, or bid bond issued by a surety admitted and regulated by the State of California and further, if the work or project is financed in whole or in part with federal grant or loan funds, listed in the Treasury Department's most current Circular 570 (bid bond shall be submitted on the form include in the Contract Documents or on an equivalent form approved by the District and USDA) for an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the maximum amount bid. Said check or bond shall be made payable to OWNER and when delivered with a proposal, shall constitute a guarantee that the bidder will, if award is made in accordance with the terms or said bidder's proposal; execute a : Contract in the USDA's standard form, together with Labor Code Certification thereon; furnish Contract Performance and Payment Bonds with a corporate surety or sureties satisfactory to the District and USDA each for not less than 100 percent of the bid price; furnish Certificates of Insurance evidencing that all insurance coverage required by the contract has been secured. Legal: 05451 Publish: October 27 and November 3, 2010