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The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Mt. Lagu a, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner Sp and Wynola. Volume 28 - Issue 12 Wednesday October 31, 2012 1.tia., CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Motoring Up Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday, Nov. 4 T $DAY REMEMBER TO Nov. 6 is Election Day , CD The Medical Along'with holding discussion with the community over the issues of the new 'fire tax ", revamping the Planning Department and how County Government can improve, Supervisor Jacob oversaw the presentation by Steve Sheppard of the Julian Classic Motoring Show a check for for $1151.18 to Chuck Kimball aM: Dr Carl Englund of the Julian Medical Foundation for th q new Medical clinic which is in the final stages of permittir Donations for the clinic are still being solicited. Tis The Season Messiah Rehearsals To Start www.JulianNews.com Clinic Eagles Make The Grade In by H. "Buddy" Seifert Ah, Borrego[ Warm, no wind and it's football time. My Eagles traveled to Borrego Springs on Friday afternoon to ,take on the Borrego Springs High School Rams as one of the events opening Borrego Days. It was a tight game, but our boys finally ended up with a plate of Ram-burgers for dinner. It was Borrego's Senior Day and the team was fired up and ready to pluck some Eagles. It showed when they won the coin toss" and returned the opening kick off65 yards for a touchdown. 11 seconds off the clock and the Rams are up by 6. The Rams kicker was not having a good day and his extra point attempt flew wide right. The Rams kick went out of bounds at the 50 and the Eagles elected to start their initial drive at i the spot where the ball went out. Senior RB Ronnie Jones took . the first hand off from QB Hunter McConnell and made maybe half a yard on his first slam into the line of scrimmage. The young Eagles O line didn't get the jump onthe Rams defenders continued on page 9 Beginning November 3rd at 10:00 rehearsals for the Messiah, the 26th annual Concert, which will be presented on December 16th at 7:00, begin. Rehearsals will be at the Julian Community United: Methodist church every Saturday. Questions call 760-765-2069. It's The Party Of The Year At The Library saturday Night Have you purchased your If you value literacy, education, at the FOJLwebsite. melodies and sumptuous ticketsfortheFriendsoftheJulian and great programs, and youAt the party, you will enjoy rhythms. It has been said of Library's Party at the Library think that our Julian Library tasty savories and sweets Sprague,"lnSouthernCalifornia, yet? If not, you.are just in time! is a vital, valuable hub of our cooked up by Chef Jeremy in a land of extraordinary The Par ;' ll be on Satui'day, community, then you'll want to Manley of Jeremy's on the l guitarists, Peter Sprague is a NQ emb'er 3, 6-9 pm, and support this fundraising effort. Hill and Chef Charles Scott,Of guitarist extraordinaire". He is .ti6kets are only available ahead The bottom line is that our library Candied Apple Pastry Company; considered by many to be one of ' of time. You can purchase your needs your financial r-tance. as well as complimentary Ioc-'81 the best guitarists playing, today. tickets at the FOJL Bookstore,If you cannot attend , arty wines. The music, provided Also at the party you II have just .the libr ry,. or you but still want to contnt Jte, the marv !l us Pete, r Sprag an opportunity to.purchase raffle can '0rder them oniin 'a( w vw: ' d0nati0nS are welcome; eitherifi- Q-uarie i ' ablaze, "' ifiSpire, .tickets [o win o'igir al artwork by friendsofthejulianlibrary.com, person at the Bookstore or online and enchant you with its lush three of Julian's finest artists, and there will be dozens of door prizes for many lucky winners! Check out the display case at the libraryto see just a few of the items available either through the online auction or as door prizes at The Party. The online auction will continue for another week after The Party, and will end on Saturday, November 10. Go to 'www.friendsofthejulianlibrary. corn to see some of the fabulous and amazing items available for bidding. Please plan to join us at the Julian Library on Saturday, November 3, 6-9 pm, for a memorable evening as our way saying "Thank you" for your charitable donation and your continued support of the Julian Library. For more information, please contact Martin at 760- 765-2899, or martin.perkins@ friendsofthejulianlibrary. com, or Tim at 760-765- 1633, or , tim.taschler@ friendsofthejulianlibrary.com About The Peter Sprague Quartet You have seen several of these musicians play at the library, but not together as a group. Four world class musicians, with Peter Sprague on guitar, Bob Magnusson on bass, Leonard Patton performing vocals and Tripp Sprague playing saxophone and flute are completing the Peter Sprague Quartet. You will be mesmerized by their talent, their original scores and their ability to entertain. Starting with Peter: renowned within the music industry as a master techniciafi of continued on page 3 Julian News PO Box 639 Jutian~ CA. 92036_ Change Service Requested I1,1,,I,,I,,I,1,1,,I,,I,,I,,I,I Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 AnOther Win For Undefeated Volleyball Team Senior Night With A Smile by Tom Madeyski Eight Seniors played their last volleyball match in the hallowed, creaky, rafter-laden gymnasium of Julian High last Friday. It was an emotional night with proud parents, family and friends cheering for an Eagle victory against the Calipatria High School Hornets. The girls did not disappoint. Perhaps it was the build-up of Senior Night. Maybe the great crowd. Or the delay of pre-game festivities. But when the whistle blew, the Eagles put forward one of their best performances of the season. Senior Allyson Duffy was honored as player of the match, notching a .500 kill percentage, key block and amazing play for match point (description to follow). Coach Dobbin Wahl also highlighted Jasmine Madeyski's attacking, calling it her best match of the season with crushing kills. Those in attendance were treated to a highlight-reel hitting performance. The entire squad had an outstanding attacking night. As a team, with 71 swings at the ball, only 4 errors were recorded, a season best. Scarlett Szymanski, Tori Beardshear, Sylvia Woller, AIlyson Duffy and Hannah Elliot all attacked flawlessly - 0 errors in a combined 41 attempts. Julian has played many great defensive teams this season, but Senior night was a chance to show their skills. Amy Rust was pulling Hornet attacks and serves up all night, Eden Tunnell dove and dug a bunch, and Hannah Elliot had a famous "pancake save", taught by Coach Linda Stringfellow only the day before. Everything clicked in Set 1 in a decisive 25-8 victory. But the Hornets rallied back in Set 2 with strong serving, keeping the score close till late. But Eagle energy proved too much in the Set as they cruised to a 25-22 win. Julian's unbeaten league winning streak was still on the line in an exciting third set. The Eagles jumped out early, but the Hornets rallied back, supported by their own vocal crowd. With Julian up 23-19, only two points away from victory, Calipatria mounted a comeback, An ace, error by Julian and kills by the Hornets knotted the score at 23- 23. Allyson Duffy scored the next point serving, then stepped back for match point. Her serve was in, handled well by the Hornets and a good hit was made down the line. As it appeared the Hornets would tie it again, Duffy extended and made a great dig that sailed into the stunned Hornet's Court. Set-Match Julian! Stat leaders included Jasmine Madeyski with 10 Kills, 7 Aces and 13 Service Points. Hannah Elliot continued to show why she is one of the best attacking setters in the Division with 7 Kills on 10 Attempts, 36 Assists and 13 Service Points. Sylvia Woller led the team in stuff blocks with 2. The Lady Eagles Volleyball Team record now stands at 11-0 in Manzanita League play, 16-5 overall. Only one match remains, Halloween night, 5:00 pm at rival Mountain Empire in Pine Valley. continued on page 13 PERMIT NO. 30111 JU,,AN, CA 111 ,,I,hll,,,,ll,,,,lll,,,hl,hl II Julian Athletics 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 L 45-21 Classical Academy Friday, October 12 L 6- 40 Calvary Christian HOMECOMING Friday, October 19 L 21-52, San Pasqual Academy Friday, October 26 W 34-33 Borrego Friday, November2 away Vincent Memorial ?PM Volleyball Thursday, August 30 W 3-1 San Diego Jewish Academy Tuesday, September 4 W3-2 Classical Academy High Thursday, September 6 W3-1 Ocean View Academy Saturday, September 8 Joshua Springs Tournament Third Place Wednesday, September 19 W3-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 W 3-O Warner Springs High School Thursday; October 11 W3-O Calexico Adventist Mission Wednesday, October 17 W3-1 Borrego Springs High School Friday, October19 W3-1 Vincent Memorial High School Monday, October 22 W 3-0 Warner High School Friday, October 26 W 3-0 Calipatria High School Wednesday, October 31 away Mountain Empire High School ClF Tournament CrossCountry Friday; September 21 Citrus League #I 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, N6vember 9 Citrus League Finals at Lake Morena Saturday, November 17 * San Diego ClF Finals at Morley Field ....................................... ............................ : ................ ~ ................................................................. ii! ~i~i~~ iii~i!ii!i] IA N www.julianca.com