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I ': ~""" I / Call JUlian home, we Know made, to the,e~abhshmen! a,n.dI O . I/better! Summer thunderstorms, growmoTmeu.b., nasresuttea m 78 ] freak snow storms hurri "" • . , ca,,~- a whole month being designated o,=rJu,~,r,=,~m~ I force winds, wildfwes, bl,~u~,,,u" ..... for that purpose. I PUBLIC NOTICE of ROAD CLOSUREStoens~esa~ety~a~cs ! I heat and freezing cold we One of the very proponents ar~ Io~al re~s. Farmer Road will I~ closed from r:a0 am to 11:0o am S~tutday. I I '~et it all u her& The weaiher of an American Indian Day was NovemblrT~,201$. M~tnStrlet(Hwy78f79)wtllaLf, obe|mp~cti(lasft;lfflclaneSWfll~ I [ . ,. " . . Dr Arthur C Parker, a Seneca ¢losed (tt oursimp emented. Ex ct elays. Tt en nctgeve s{m ataO0am ! In JUlian may De extreme at '.. _ " ...... r~s~,~W~ec~e~F~onre{~c~ar~o~op~ 1 times but that does not mean mclmn, WhO was me mrector or ~ r it has to be un red ctab e the Museum of Arts and Sc ence EMERGENCY SERVICE VEHICLES wal .=v~ =:¢~ to-., o~ u~ ¢~ I [ P " ;.~ D....~o,.~. ~. v ,, ....... .~...~ / roaa~ to ~po~ to s=~vl¢~ r~tL~sn, rr~ cup a,~ s~ ~ c~t~ sr~ ~,, ~ I / Come to the Julian Library on ,.,., ,,~,-,,~-, ,,,.-. ,,~ ~,~,o.~,~ ] p~a.'~a..:~aa~ | d Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 6:00 pm to me #oy bcouts or ~merlca to I tm ev~ ~ start and f~.,]tsh at jut~-~r~ H~ Sct,,oo~ ot~ Banne~ Road (~ 78) T~S e~.~t is | / hear local m~f~nmlnni~f .qtov~ set aside a day for the "Frst spons~e,~i~ThedultanUmonH~gh$¢hOolD~t. I .... " ....... =',". ...... - !/ vanoerDurcl's perspective on Americans" and for three years Fo~rr~e,,~,r~.~ase~t~-~e~ .c I/ . . • ":. - .- . . ........ I F~ts~ase¢~ta~ I [ me Tasclnatlng weamer or JUlian mey acloptecl sucn a day. ~n / ,~,~,~,,,,~.~,-~.~.,,~ .................... I / as well as the brewing El Nine, ,1.915, the annua.I Congress. of [ ~~ c~,~..~ 1 [~'~;Cd .... ] I ] climate change, and what all of tne American Indian Associauon I I~~%~.~...~_ ...... 1 [;~. ~~.oz,,.,~,~, 1 ! ] this means for those of us living meeting in Lawrence, Kans., t i / on the hill formally approved a plan I / ...... concerning American Indian I Day. It directed its president, i/ Rev. Sherman Coolidge, an I ![ Arapahoe, to call upon the . ..... I The Juhan H,gh School, the Eagle Booster Club and High School / ~~.~ ~ ~~ country tO oDserve SUCh a clay ...... ' Associated Student Body will be hosting the return of the 5K/10K / ~ ~ L;OOIIclge IsSued a proclamation ..... / Run/Walk on Saturday, November 7th. This is a U.S. Track and / on bept 28, 1915, Which deciarecl ., - ...... I Field sanctioned race facilitated by Kathy Loper Events. A 1K on the / ~. me second ~aturclay or each . . .... I recently renovated high school track is also offered. There are many / ~ May as an ~mencan Indian uay . ~ . ] volunteers who have given their time and others who will be helping / and coma ned the nrst forma ................... ......... / race clay an(] we appreciate am= meir ettorts on oenait of me amietic / appeal for recognmon ot romans ... program. Proceeds from the race will benefit all sport teams to pay / as citizens . , " , , / for transportation and referees for their competitions. We thank our i Tne year Detore this ..... , . , / Mare Street business community and residents on Farmer Road for . . " procamatonwas ssued, Red ............. .......... / me rsupportanaourr acebponsorsrorme=rgenerouscontr ouuons: As a resident of Julian Steve i-ox James, a ulaCKrOOt Roan, . .......... , ...... IJUlian L, namDer or L;ommerce, hens or me ~merlcan Legion, IRe Vanderburg knows how im-ortant roclenorseDacK rrom stateto ................. P • . JUlian News, /ne JUlian L, icler Mill, JUlian I-'le L;ompany, Mountain ~. ...... ,~..-..- -- • ....... =-.. - • ILII~ WIC~C:ILII[~:::~/ I;~ I.U IIVIlly :::Si:::l/~ly IH state seeking approval for a clay , . , . . . ........ I Gypsy, Moms P~es Daves Musical Entertainment, Bob and Sandie I ,h ...... ~i,~ ^ ..... .~. ~,~ to honor indians. Mn uecemoer ..................... - .- , . / ~eaamg, au,an interiors, Jane ann vvooay t~arnes urcnarcl rliii j of one of the nation's leading 14, 191o, ne presented the .... i "1 " ~" " " "'~ ....... t L;ountry inn, Ju,an Ir angle L, UO, urcnarcl ~eat~y, ~'alomar ~ealm, t rJ~teoro ogy de,~artments at ~- enaorsements or z~ state ...... v .......... / Juhan Brewery and Barbecue, and L-PAK Photography A BIG thanks~~',, ........... .* - novernments at me white ~ouse / ' • ~ me university or UK anoma an(] = . " J to Leslie Crouch at Wetduck Design for the countless hours she has a'~ ten year National Weather There is no record, however, I donated for this fundraisinn camnainn~ If you are out and about early ~. - • - ..... t- ~ . ~ ~ervlce employee vanaerourg of such a national day being / Saturday morning, please cheer on the approximately200 registered now mana,~es SDG&E's weather continued on page 5 / ...,....;..,...,,.I I~°iti~"il"°l Its" network as a senior meteorologist. .... Vanderburg has set up one -- • --•• . -- .. ,., • ~ of the Countries most robust Ghouls, Goblins Anti uper Apple rowers meteorological departments • • • / = . and shares information with first Neros invade ~now ulrt Late responders to help protect the • entire region from wind, floods Elementary School Carn,val Harvest , , ,, . and fires Vanaerourg says the The Julian ~pple L~rowers . " . . ..... most rewarcling aspect of his job Association held meir seconcl ....... ..... IS Delng aDle to maKe a tangible apple tasting of me season on .......... cllTTerence In the community i-le Friday (10/30) at the town hall. • also is proud to be putting San Diego on the map as a center for weather research that enhances safety. We are fortunate to have Steve Vanderburg as a resource in our community• Please come to the Julian branch library on Tuesday, November 10 at 6 PM to learn more about the weather and how we can all benefit from the knowledge Vanderberg will share• This will be held in the main library and there will be room for all to attend! For more information, please contact the branch at 760-765-0370. The Julian Branch Library is located at 1850 Highway 78, Julian, next to Julian High School• Teak Nichols and David Lewis shared the bounty with about 25 other growers and visitors who showed an interest. With over 240 variates of fruit grown in the area, 15 of which were available for sampling, the differences of taste and texture made for some interesting discussions on which would make the best pie, cider or table apples and it seemed everyone had their own favorite• The high light of the evening was the auctioning off, for the benefit of the Association, the original Joe Garcia water color that was used for their fund raising poster. The auction was an event to itself with some participating by The annual PTO/Julian Elementary School Carnival was the day before Halloween but one never would have guessed from the arrival at school Friday morning• Student decked out in their costumes and teachers greeting them in full make-up and costumes, including the coven of witches above• The minimum day was then followed by the actual carnival, with games, food and other entertainment to keep the children active and happy into the afternoon• The activities included two inflatables - a bounce house in the Winter Sports Boys and Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer Wrestling continued on pages 7 and 9 phone and other representing their bidder knowing the top dollar they could bid. An anonymous member of the Growers Association was the eventual winner with a top bid of $875. The money to used for Association educational events and future activities• The Only Weekly Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, Cuyamaca, Santa Ysabel, She Iter Valley, Mt. Laguna, Ranchita, Sunshine Summit, Warner @rings and Wynola. Wednesday November 4, 2015 julian, CA. Volume 31 . Issue 13 ISSN 1937-8416 / No Treats On The Gridiron by H. "Buddy" Seifert I wish I could say that my dog ate my notes about Friday's game in San Pasqual, but l don't have a dog. The San Pasqual Academy Dragons won the coin toss at the beginning of the game, but elected to receive the kickoff at the opening of the second half. The Dragons kicked a squirrelly squib kick into the middle of the Eagles receivers and the ball got away from the Eagles and San Pasqual recovered the ball. 1st down Dragons at the Julian 38. Dragons QB Elijah P. took the first Dragon's snap and picked up 3 yards• On 2nd down, Dragons WR/RB Denzel W. used his speed and picked up another 8 yards and a Dragons 1st down. He added another 2 yards to the Eagles 20 after the Eagles were flagged for being offside's. Taariq M. stepped in and picked up another 2 yards. The Dragons wofked their way towards the Eagles goal line. Elijah finished off the drive with a 5 yard burst over the goal line. The Dragons extra point kick wasn't• 8:06 left in the 1st quarter, Julian 0, San Pasqual 6. The Dragons attempted another onsides kick, but Fresh HB/CB Teddy Krieger fell on the ball and tucked it away• Eagles ball on their own 38. Daniel Streamer took QB Shane Cranfield's first hand off of the afternoon and was swarmed over at the line of scrimmage for no gain• Shane and Daniel connected for a 15 yard pass and run and an Eagles first down at San Pasquars 47. The was a pas el of ye ! y4, f!;ags on both teamS and the series came down to a 4th and 2 yards and the Eagles could only manage 1. The ball went over to the Dragons at their own 38. Taariq M. was caught by the Eagles linebacking corps for a 1 yard loss. Denzel W. picked up 12 yards and a Dragon's 1st down. The Dragons' Eugene P lit the afterburners and flew 51 yards for the second San Pasqual score of the afternoon. Again, the Dragons extra point attempt was no good. 3:59 left in the 1st, Julian 0, San Pasqua112 Soph OL/DL Alex Carson fell on the 3rd onsides attempt by San Pasqual at mid-field. Shane's pass to Will Hatch fell incomplete on 1st down. Will was stopped behind the line of scrimmage for a 1 yard loss on 2nd down. Shane lofted a perfect pass about 25 yards downfield, but a wide open Gage Baay couldn't get it in his hands. Will just got the punt off and the ball went out on the Eagles 49. Elijah P. tried toget around the far end of the Eagles D line, but Soph DE Marshall Marriot stayed home and dropped him for a 6 yard loss. The Dragons failed to connect on 2nd and 3rd down and were forced to punt it away• The ball went out of bounds at the Eagles 26. Shane's pass to Daniel was good for 13 yards and a Julian 1st down. Daniel picked up another 8 yards behind some solid blocking• Shane tossed a short pass to Will that was good for 6 yards and an Eagles 1st down at the Dragons 45. And the 1st quarter came to an end. At the end of the 1st quarter, Julian 0, San Pasqual 12. The 2nd quarter opened with an incomplete pass• 2rid down was a doozy• Shane took Joey Romano's snap and lateraled the ball to Daniel who set his feet and tossed a perfect spiral down to continued on page 7 Volleyball Monday August 31 - W Lutheran HS Friday, September 4 - @Sweetwater Tournamenl 2-0 (L) - High Tech SD 2-1 (L) Hilltop Saturday, September 5 - @Sweetwater Toumamenl 2-1 (W) - Kearny 2-0 (L) - Mar Vista Thursday, September 10 - L 3-2 @Borrego HS Tuesday, September 22 - L 3-1 Warner Springs H$ Thursday, September24. L 3-~ Borrego H$ Monday, October 5- W 3-~ Calvary Christian Academy Thursday, October 14 - L 0-3 @Calvary Christian Academy Tuesday, October 20- W 3-1 San Pasqual Academy Thursday, October22- L 0-3 @St. Joseph Academy Tuesday, October 27 - L 0-3 @Escondido Adventist Thursday, October 29 - 4pro @San Pasqual Academy Tuesday, November 3 - 4pm St. Joseph Academy Thursday, November 5 - 4pm Escondido Adventist www.julianca.com Chamber Mixer at Mr. Manitas Taco Bar and Fruteria Thursday, November 5 @ 5:30 pm- 7:30 pm