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J November 3, 2010 (760) 765 0192 We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street C ORNER OF OPE RTIEs TREET Ni, www.j uli an-p ro perti es. com Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 9 The Julian News CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and pines, views, underground power and phone, paved roads, gated community. $199,000 :ii~!i~i!i!iiiyliiii ~i~!!iill~ ii VERY SPECIAL OPEN FLOOR PLAN - 2 Bed ......... room/2 Bath Home with 9 foot Ceilings, Roman RAMONA, PRICED TO Slate Stamped Concrete Floors, Granite Counter Bath SpaciousHome. lar >aratelaundry Tops, Plantation Shutters, RV Parking & Hookups. room. Located at private paved road. Allon 1.08 Acres Bank approved ring your ouyers... $359,000 00,000 ESPECIALLY NICE HOME on prime, level wooded 2.5 acre site in desirable Wynola Estates. Two fireplaces, open floor plan, balcony off bedrooms, many upgrades. Not a distress sale. Lots of potential, competitively priced at: $395,000. WYNOLA ESTATES - 2 bedroom/2 bath home. Spacious and oven floor plan. Converted 2 car LOVELY NEWER HOME. Very Private - on 4.68 CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres withllI garage with full'bath & private entrance. Attached I Acres adjoining State Park property.' Great for easy access, mature trees. Serviceby water company,[[11bedroom/1 bath granny flat with private entrance. I horses. Open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great Ill has approved septic layout. Ill 2.5 Acres. views! Many trees, nicely landscaped. Priced right Ill Ill ,~nn at: ~J~o uuu $399,000 i $169,000 i Bringal(offers! GREAT LAKE VIEW! From this newer two- bedroom home. Master bedroom downstairs, and bedroom + sitting area and more space upstairs Great kitchen with First-Class appliances. Deck double garage. $445,000 juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com Eagles Football , continued from page 3 and Calvin returns this gift 75 yards for another TD. Their two- point attempt again fails and now they're up 32 to 0. Brett scoots for another 29 yards on the Crusaders kick off and the Eagles begin to move towards the elusive Calvin goal line. Savage got sacked in the backfield, fumbled and Calvin is at the Julian 26. They pick up the 26 yards in three plays and make their final touchdown of the night. The score is now up .to 39 to 0. This is definitely not good. Freshman Cole Southcott took the kick at the Eagle 3 and ran it 22 yards back to the Eagles 25. An unnecessary roughness call on the Crusaders tacks another 15 yards to the end of the run, Rodney b~Jsts through for a quick 7 yards and Savage unloads one to Flores for another 14. Unfortunately, an Eagle got caught holding and the Eagles are sent back 15 yards. Josh gets a good pass off to Josh Ernst but serves up another pick as the clock winds down on the half. At the half, it's our Eagles 0, their Crusaders 39. The Crusaders fans claim that the fat lady is warming up. Not so, it's the Escondido High Band crankin' out the tunes for their own Homecoming game a few blocks south. After a long half time for the Crusaders to celebrate their homecoming, my Eagles boot the opening kick of the second half down to the Crusaders 2 and they can only eke out a choppy 15-yard return. As the Crusaders strut their stuff, Justin Flores, Godzillas his way into the backfield for a short loss and the Crusaders are forced to punt for the first time of , the night. YAY! They must have missed that part of practice and are penalized for having 6 in the backfield. The punt flies out of bounds and the Eagles are ready to go at their own 33. Our Eagles can do no better and are forced to punt after two incompletions and a flurry of personal fouls on one play. Unsportsmanlike conduct and The Eagle leave the field slightly a late hit on the Eagles and a late hit on the Crusaders. In any case, the Eagles are looking at a 4th and 32 when Jesse Lopez skins a punt to the Eagles 45. The Crusaders lose 4 yards on sacks by Dennis Wuhlin and Justin Flores and they punt for the second time. Out of the endzone. The Eagles are inching their way down the field as the third quarter closes. The Eagles have shut down Calvin for the quarter. Jesse's punt opens the 4th and final frame and the Crusaders start at their own 35. The Crusaders pick up a quick 37 yards on an end around and on the next play, Josh Savage picks off a Crusaders pass at Julian's 14. A stop when it was most needed. Most of the Eagles have been going both ways all night. Freshman QB Hunter McConnell was sent in to spell Savage. Flores picked up 17 yards on two rushes, Alex Duey picks up another 5. Savage came in at tailback and picked up 56 yards on 7 rushes and the Eagles are set on the Crusaders 5. Hunter tossed a short pass to Cameron Gannon and the Eagles are on the scoreboard. Our Eagles PAT is blocked, but hey, we've got points! Unfortunately, there are dejected after another struggle. photo by Denise Arenson but seconds left in the game. On the Eagles kick, the Crusaders receiver does his best fainting Mary impression and flops on the ground. A quality team. The team has been hit hard with injuries, with several players in new numbers and playing new positions. Jesse Lopez went out with an injured knee and Brett Teusch injured his shoulder. Senior Johnny Hake, a good running back, was pressed into service as the offensive center because of injuries to the O line. Josh Savage covered at QB. Justin FIores, who has been part of the big boys package moved to running back/tight end and Josh Ernst played out of his normal position. Frosh QB Hunter McConnell looks like the real deal. Alex Duey had a decent game. Zach Hoyle was a steadying force on the O'line until he got tweaked in the late third quarter. In spite of the score, there was some good football by the Eagles. When they get better at ball control, watch out. The Eagles will play their next- to-last home game on Friday, November 5 at 3:30 PM. Come on out and support your team. You can't find better entertainment at any price. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover: - Mark Twain Julian High School Students Attend Freedoms Foundation Workshop Left to Right - Front Kjell Reeve, Hailey Crowe, McKenna Vandewalle, Katie Newgard, Dustin Jensen Rear - Tom Helmantolar, Suzanne Crow, Lonna Kelly have not been there you should take the time to go). After awhile, the President of the association called everyone to attention and discussed the program for the day. Shortly thereafter, a presentation was made by Professor Wolfman of Hillsdale College on current events and the politics surrounding them with an emphasis on the economic impact that are current policies have on our country. He gave an inspiring presentation which our Julian students listened to avidly. The students were then placed into ten groups with high school juniors from other schools in the San Diego area and were On Thursday, October 21, six Julian High School students along with a parent volunteer , me, all loaded up into the high school van and trooped off to the Veterans Museum and Memorial Center near Balboa Park for the Freedoms Foundation Workshop. The Freedoms Foundation offers opportunities for High School Juniors to learn how our nation runs, our economic systems and what they can do to become a leader. Once the students arrived, they were allowed to wander the museum and take in all the fabulous war time memorabilia there (it really is amazing, if you by Suzanne Crowe given topics on current affairs to debate with retired school history teachers as mentors. The roundtable discussions lasted for approximately one and a half hours. Our Julian students, each and everyone of them, made this parent volunteer very proud of their articulate, thoughtful and knowledgeable points they made or responses given. It is my opinion that Mr. Munson (Julian High's History teacher) has had a lot to do with this, job well done. The program wrapped up with a review of the Freedoms Foundation trip which well be held in the s~ring. Selection is based on application and interview and the winners will go on a week long trip to Valley Forge and Washington DC. There they will learn more about the founding of our country and the constitution upon which our laws are based. The students attending the workshop representing Julian High School were Katie Newgard, McKenna Vandewalle, Dustin Jenson, Hailey Crowe, Lonna Kelly and Kjell Reeve. After having spent the day with these ,young adults I couldn't help but think that if all the kids in their generation turn out as great as these kids are, our country indeed will be in good hands in the future. A special thanks to Tom Helmantoler and Martha Masch for their assistance with this program: Volcan Volunteers continued from page 1 (VMPF) purchased last year. Big thanks go to our volunteers~ Vicki Bergstrom, Randal Colby & Anne Dawkins, Ron & Laurel Granquist, Kaleigh Kaltenthaler, Pam Kearney, Toni & Marco Marquette, Jonathan Mittleman, and Michael Pinto. The group varied in age, interestall with a passion for preserving existing habitat and restoring fire-damaged areas of Volcan Mountain to the pristine, natural habitat that they once were. Additional thanks go to two local businesses that made the volunteers' job easier with the generous donation of a trash dumpster by the Ramona Disposal Service and fresh Julian apples donated by Mom's Pie House. In addition to debris collection, downed trees were limbed and cleaned up with slash piles collected for future volunteer work parties. Once the clean up phase is complete on the property, improvements for the education program can get started. A log amphitheater for an outdoor classroom and an interpretive trail are some of the first projects planned. There will be another work party in December with the date yet to be set. Please consider volunteering for some of these fun and exciting upcoming projects. Just contact Colleen at the VMPF office at 760-765-2300 or VMPF@ sbcglobal.net and come join the Volcan Volunteers!