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October 31, 2012 The Julian News 3 ) Carnival Atmosphere At The High School The Junior class pulled out al/ the stops and called in a few favors to make sure that Julian had a Halloween Carnival this year for the entire community to enjoy. Held at the High School, in the multi-purpose room and on the quad.., party games, the legendary "Cake- Walk" (supervised by King Two-Cakes-In- Common) The community was provided with a safe and fun Dry Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by Friday carnival and the Junior class made a little money to put into Phone in Your ...... Meat and Dell Orders - ! D [ Jail Injin their account for the Prom. Party Of The Year continued from page 1 the guitar, an inspired soloist who knows the importance of allowing his band mates tb stand in the spotlight and not overshadow them. Iocaf er nceSmce1988 On basswJll be Bob Magnussen, well respected is an understatement when it comds to Bob, his work has spanned al forms of jazz, he is one of the most sought after players in San Diego.His extensive studio work, making jazz recordings, television spots, film scores, and jingles, includes a personal discography in excess of 150 albums and CDs. Leonard Feather of the Los Angeles Times wrote: "His solos are models of creative, spontaneous artistry. His tone is full, rich and consistent; he is one of those masters who can achieve effortlessly * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling *-Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping Did you know... ? .... from The synthetic drug known as Spice or "K2" can cause cleath one-time use. Courtesy of Drug Free Julian Community Coalition (760) 765-2228 CANDLES GRAPE TRAYWALL ART SOAPS LOTIONS Downtown Julian - Cole Bldg. 2116 Main Street - Up Stairs Wednesday IS 6pm High Behan. instructor School 619 540 7212 Gym rbehan@hotmail.com Riccio's Accounting Service One Hour Consultation A Non-CPA Firm Quality - Integrity - Confidentiality Kelly Riccio, CRTP (760) 765-4867 A $35.00VALUE! Call ~O rL~ra~] ,ea~p~ in tNLynt e n t any phrase that comes to his mind. His basic function as a rhythm Specializingfn: ,,~4.,,,~,. player is fulfilled no less resourcefully when the others solo..." * Quickbooks Onsite Training & Consulting - J Certified Quickbooks ProAdvisor Tripp Sprague, saxophone/flute, also Peter's brother, Tripp has * Bookkeeping, Payroll, Sales Tax & Workers Comp. FREE ESTIMA recorded on numerous CDs with such highly regarded artists as *Taxes (Personal&Business)-IRS approved e-fileprovider Kim Carnes, Todd Rundgren, Willie and Lobo and Sean Watkins of CWEC Registered Wax Preparer #A004872 Bon.d#90-K]-0211-1 Licensed and Bonded Nickel Creek. Tripp also co-produced and performed with the group 'Blurring the Edges' can CD by the same name, which won 'BestSO.[IS of the erJc, an L Jo, Fully Insured for Your Protection Pop-Jazz' album at the San Diego Music Awards. He runs his own recording studio in which he has produced CDs for numerous artists. LJrlcoln Derning Vost/- 8 '\ ERIC DAUBER License #945348 Vocalist Leonard Patton was just born singing, known for his "rich, lib H: 760-765-2975 smth' and smky vice"" He is blessed with a "husky' burnished tenor voice that has been known to mesmerize audiences". His unique C: 760-271-9585 I[ ]1 tLSm style and sensational scattin' make him a favorite in San Diego's jazz and musical theater scene. PC Box 254 ] llJ] From Libra.an Colleen Baker All Yo -- JULIAN,92036CA. WE_8690A The Friends of the Julian Library's "Party is being held on Saturday, U Can November 3, 2012 from 6 - 9 pm. Many mnths f planning wi~' ~ulminate this weekend as we strive '~ Brea~ast Bu~ ~ to provide yod with thefood,'entertainmert and many opportunities to win door prizes. ' " Eggs Pancakes Sausage I often write about the generosity of the people in Julian and how . . this community comes together to work for the common good to 1 * Potatoes * Corn Beef Hash benefit the Julian library. This event is proving to be no exception. * Biscuits and Sausage Gravy J/Irw The Friends of the Library continue to be the backbone of funding the programs and purchasing new materials for this branch, something OrangeJtuce Coffee that allows the library maintain its status as the community hub. For the people attending this e,vent, we hope you enjoy the music, the " food, the decorations and mixing and mingling with other people who Julian High Boys BasketballTeam i1/\ are coming together for the common good of the library. Thank you // for your sense of community, and for your support of the library. For ALl, YOU CP, N F, AT - $10.00 [// ( . " .. more information, contact the Friends of the Library bookstore at NOYI NI]F.R 4, 2012 0700 " 1 130 II1' 760-765-2239 or at the Friends of the Julian Library website at www. ' OP, IJN'I'II, SOLD OlYr ' friendsofthejulianlibrary.com, no. Profit21rid l~ W~~I1 Do.a.o. Ju.an, Ca. re g " . g P e www.j ulianpost468.org ~[[[[ depending on (a) political persuasion and (b) (and not related to political persuasion)beliefs that political views should/should not be Methodist Church Annual Gift Fair - Saturday In Town Hall confined to the editorial page--that they may not have noticed the Manchesterization of the weather. At Christmas time, our thoughts The report that this has been an unusually dry year for rain hit like often turn to giving. This season a wet leaf. Unusually dry year? Already? With over an inch of rain consider investing in gifts that up here and the National Weather Service reporting 125% normal give once, and then give again. rainfall to date in San Diego not that this means much this early in the At the upcoming gift fair hosted season. It was necessary to read the article a bit more'closely, by the United Methodist Church, Yes, an unusually dry year, since January we have only had .... you will have the opportunity to since January? browse a variety of beautiful, A word of explanation should you be so new to the West Coast or so interesting and delicious items appallingly unaware of the weather in California (which, dear reader, that will delight the recipient is hardly credible) not to know that we have a Mediterranean climate and bless the many outreach with our wet season in the late fall/winter/early spring. Our weather programs they support. year is, therefore, calculated from July 1-June 30 and has been since On Saturday, November the mind of man runneth not to the contrary, whatever that means. 3rd, from 10:00 until 3:00, the So being retired and having feelings about the weather that are as Christmas Gift Fair will take strong (and as futile) as feelings about politics, a note to the author place on the downstairs level of of the piece was written. The reply--kudos to Gary for bothering to Town Hall on Main Street. send an unimportant reader a reply--was, "1 used the calendar year in With everything from the story because we're only about four months into the new season handmade paper journals to and very little has happened. The longer time scale will give people a exotic home d cor items to one- fuller picture of the current situation in the county. The reality is that of-a-kind Christmas ornaments, we had below average rain during the last season, and the county Ten Thousand Villages will have has been drier than normal during this calendar year." fair trade handicrafts from around "Very little has happened"? That's a reason to change, unilaterally the globe. and without putting people on notice, a century and more of Plant with Purpose, an measuring rainfall? Well, yes. In the next e-mail, Gary wrote, "...if I organization that works to had simply mentioned rainfall during the current season, it would not reverse rural poverty around the have given the public a true sense of wildfire conditions in the county, world, will have information 'on It is important that people know about potential danger, as we all their community development learned from the Cedar Fire:' work as well as handwoven pine Oh. Well, wildfire conditions are tremendously important, we in needle baskets and hip t-shirts. Julian know that. We also always worry about wildfires. We worry Guatemala Project will once more, one could say, and with better reason than the people living again offer a wide range of gifts down in San Diego where brush fires in canyons are put out quickly made with colorful textiles (such and without the benefit of an additional parcel tax. But we DID have as jackets, wallets, toys -and some rain over the summer, and there WAS rain this month--we table runners), and Women's alwayswant more--and though there IS fire danger it has beenworse Empowerment will sell gifts in other years when there wasn't any rain. The 2002-2003 rainfall ranging from handcrafted season in San Diego, before the Cedar Fire, was 99% of normal while pottery to gourmet nut mixes to the season of the Cedar Fire itself (2003-2004) was very dry at 46% further their mission of funding of normal so if Gary had used the same reasoning in the early fall of impoverished women to startchocolate, tea and coffee. An annual tradition, the there! 2003. , ..you see where this leads. . . their own businesses. Mountain Manna will fair promises to be a good (if you have any questions, So, whythe change? Probably because a normal rainfall season to United Methodist Women will also be on hand to educate the community event, promoting not please Tricia Elisara 765-3984, date isn't newsworthy. History? Not misleading readers? O, fie on showcase once-loved treasures, community about their important only fellowship among neighbors a member of the Missions and those! Too unimportant to bother with. Newspapers exist to make a homemade goodies, locally ministry of providing groceries to and visitors but also good work Outreach team organizing the profit, don't they? Is there any other reason? grown plants and fair traderesidents of the backcountry, in theworld. We hopeto see you event.)