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Volume 27 - Issue 13 Wednesday November 9, 2011 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 2011 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. Saluting Those Who Have Served The Julian Eagles will wrap ,up the regular football season this Friday (Veteran's Day) against Borrego, kick off is scheduled for 2:30. It is becoming tradition to honor the local Veterans, this year that tradition is being expanded to include the Borrego Veterans as well. Before the kick off (approximately 2:15) all veterans in attendance are encouraged to participate. Color Guards from the Julian and Borrego American Legion Posts will present the colors as those who have served will be honored by the crowd. Adriana Lepe will sing the national anthem, followed by a twenty-one gun salute prior to the coin toss to start the game. At half time another tradition will be honored, Senior Day - which will pay tribute to the twenty-one seniors who are participating with the various fall athletics, Cross Country, Volleyball, Cheer and Football will all be recognized. The community is asked to get to the game early to insure a good seat. ' ' Nominations For Chamber Board Open ominations are now being o accepted for the Julian Chamler of Commerce Board of Directors. If you would be interested in stinding for the board you may submit a letter to the Chamber of Commerce business office stating your qualifications. B6ard members serve a two year term and must be members in good standing. Five seats of the nine-member board are open for a two-year term. Any member may have his/ her name placed on the ballot by notifying the office in writing and providing a 25-word statement of qualifications. Nominations will be received between November 2, 2011 and the close of business on November 17, 2011 following which ballots will be prepared and distributed by the office staff. Ballots will be mailed to all members on November 21, 2011 with a return date of'6 p.m., December 15, 2011. The winners will be notified and take their seats at the January board meeting. Serving on the Chamber Board offers a challenging opportunity to make a difference in our community, Board members attend monthly meetings, determine Chamber policy, head-up and serve on Chamber committees; these are jobs which can be both challenging and fun II,l,,h,l,,I,hl,,I,,I,,I,,I,l,,I,hlh,,,ll,,,,llh,,hl,hl Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 " Unusual Galleries Participate In Jul=an Open Stud,os Tour Several special art businesses from Wynola Pizza, features are participating in this year's Charlotte's glass art. Fused Julian Open Studios tour, glass and metal combine in November 19-20. They are open much of the year but, unlike the galleries on the Main Street of Julian, are sometimes hard to find and easy to overlook. Beryl Warnes specializes in woven art. She creates clothing, saddle blankets, and throws from yarns of many colors. Most visitors find her at her loom and she is more than willing to show the intricate process of putting together several different colors into a coherent pattern. The Julian Weaving Works is located in Santa Ysabel, next to the Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, and can be easily identified by the colorful blankets and capes in the front patio. The Charlotte Mitchell Gallery, located in Wynola across swirling forms to make a colorful whole while the gallery itself is a work of art both inside and out. It is located in an old building painted bright" yellow with red and blue trim and flowers in front. Charlotte also makes Christmas tree ornaments and jewelry from glass. The Skagen Ranch Gallery, located in a historic barn, is hard to find without a map or detailed directions as it is way back in the hills. "Art From Everywhere" is an apt description for a country gallery which carries paintings and folk art from India, Africa, the Far East and Europe as well as Kiki Skagen's original oil paintings. The horses, who live on the other side of the gallery wall, like carrots. Beryl Warnes at Julian Weaving Julian Woman's Club .Hosting Their Annual Holiday Home Tour The Julian Woman's Club is hosting their annual Holiday Home Tour on Friday, December 9, 2011. There will be two tours on Dec. 9th. We will meet at the United Methodist Church on Hwy 78. At the Church you will have the opportunity to purchase gifts for Christmas from our wonderful crafters & quilters. Baked goods will also be available to buy. Refreshments will be served before each tour begins. The cost of this tour is $20.00. The first tour leaves promptly at 9 AM, so be at the church at 8:30. The second tour leavesthe church a.t 1 PM, so be there at 12:30 PM. Come earlier if you wish to shbp. The craft shop & baked goods sales will be closed after the second tour. Tickets can be purchased and reservations can be made at Julian Tea and Cottage Arts on Third Street in Julian. Please call them at 760-765-0832. Each guest will be assigned to a car with a driver that knows the route to each home on the tour. No guest will drive on the tour on their own. We will tour five fabulous homes; three in Pine Hills, one in Wynola Estates, and one in Julian Estates. The homes this year are amazing as always If you have any questions about the tour please call 760- 765-3647 or cell- 760-221-9608 Diana Garrett or for tickets call 760-765-0832 Julian Tea and Cottage Arts. Works in Santa Ysabel SpecJahzJng in local artists, the Banner Queen Gallery is set at the foot of Banner Grade where the mountains meet the High Desert in a delightful old ranch building. It will be featuring .miniature paintings in a special showing on the weekend of November 19 and 20 but also has larger works by many well- known area painters. Dorothy Mushet, the owner, is also a well- known Julian artist. The Julian Open Studios Tour will take place November 19- 20 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day. Maps, which serve as tickets, cost $10 and will be available at the Julian Chamber of Commerce, Wynola Pizza, Julian Yesteryears in the Wynola Farms Marketplace, the Falcon Gallery and Mountain Gypsy as well as at all participating artists' locations. I paint forms as I think them, not as I see them. -- Pablo Picasso Eagles Volleyball - Into The Playoffs, After 10-0 League Mark " CIF Game Wednesday November 9 . 7pm At Ramona H,gh Against Ocean V,ew Ladies of the Eagles Volleyball Team: Back Row (l-r)Michelle Tyndall, Sylvia Woller, Tori Bearshear, Bianca Blanco, Hannah Elliott, Niki Blanco, Eden Tunnell, Scarlett Szymanski. Middle Row (l-r)JasmineMadeyski, Kjell Reeve, Taylor Crippen. Front Row (l-r) Amy Rust,'Allison Duffy, Dora Busalacchi. ' Head coach Dobbie Wahl and assistant Coach Tom Madeyski have coached the girls to a championship season. 'As far as anyone can recall it's the first time in the history of Julian High that the girls volleyball team has gone undefeated in league Coach "D" and Coach Madeyski started the girls out with a tough pre-season schedule. They did have some tough losses in preseason but it prepared them for the battles they would face in league. Every player had a roll to fill on the team. Hinnah Elliott was the teams setter and arguably the best setter in the league. Hannah never missed a game or practice. She is solid, dedicated, hardworking athlete. She keeps the girls united on the floor with her leadership: Jasmine Madeyski is a power hitter for the team. She is also co- captain and a good example of what a leader should be. She leads the league in kills and she also has a mean fast serve. Her co-captain is Kjell Reeve. Kjell plays middle hitter and she combines a powerful hit with good instincts on the floor. Kjell has the skills to get the team excited and pumped up. Taylor Cdppen is a solid back row passer. Her passes are just spot on to the setter. Bianca Blanco was their secret weapon with her serving. She is only sophomore but she plays with confidence and can serve an "ace" with her strong arm. Every girl knew what their roll was on the team that helped lead the team to a winning season. The girls finished theirseason with a win against Mountain .Empire. It's was a moment th will never forget. The Lady Eagles have worked ry har d to go uated in league. Now they will prepare for CIF Playoffs. If you would like to cheer the lady eagles on to a win at playoffs please call the school for place, tfme and date. It will be exciting to see how far this hardworking team will go. Go Lady Eagles Volleyball- Beat Everyone! Julian Is Behind You! Grow An Award Winning Daffodil What does it take to grOw an award winning daffodil? Gardeners of all ages are invited to join us at the Julian Library and find out! On Saturday, November 19, at 10:00 AM, the Julian Branch Library will host Sally Snipes and Rich Hunt for a program about Daffodils. Sally Snipes is known in Julian as the Daffodil Lady. She coordinates the purchases and public plantings that beautify Julian each Spring. Rich Hunt is a former Julian resident, currently residing in the Gold Rush area of Highway 49. Rich will share his wealth of knowledge for beginning gardeners as well as advanced growers. Both speakers have decades of experience growing daffodils and will enhance your knowledge of what it takes to show and enter blooms and the pure joy of growing daffodils. Daffodil bulbs will be given away as door prizes and the Bulb of the Year, "Pink Ribbon", will be offered for sale. The bulb of the year can also be purchased at the Blue Heron Garden Shop in Julian. The appeal of daffodils lies in their beauty and durability. Their flowers come'in a range of colors (yellow, of course, but white, too, often with contrasting cups of orange or pink) and in a variety of shapes and sizes. They bring the spark of life to the early-spring landscape. And J they ask little in return. Planted in a sunny location where the soil drains well, most daffodils are willing to come back year after year, their clumps increasing in size over time. Perhaps best of all, deer and rodents leave daffodils alone. That's because all daffodils contain a bitter poison called lycorine. At this program, you will also learn about the different categories of daffodils, how they are judged, and how you can win a prize for growing daffodils in one of the more unusual categories. Start planning now for the annual Daffodil Show in March! Kids are welcome, and are encouraged to enter their daffodils in the kids' category of the contest. Eagles Athlet=cs Football Friday September 2 W 55-46 @ Borrego Springs Friday September 9 - home L 6 - 48 Hamilton Friday September 16 - away L 0 - 33 Foothills Christian Friday September 23 - home L 35 - 41 Calvin Christian Friday September 30 - away L 7-62 Mountain Empire Friday October 7 - home L 6 - 42 Holtville Friday October 14 - home L 20 - 37 Calipatria Friday October 28 - away W 21 - 20 Calvary Christian Friday November 4 - away L 2 - 12 San Pasqual Academy Friday November 11 - home Borrego Springs 2:30pro Volleyball Tuesday November 10 CIF Playoffs CrossCountry Thursday November 10 3:00pro @ Citrus League Finals Lake Morena Saturday November 19 TBA @ 2011 CIFSDS Cross Country Championships Morley Field Saturday November 26 TBA @ CIF State Final Fresno Dragons Show More Fire Against Wet Eagles by H. "Buddy" Seifert Neither rain, nor Snow nor dark of night shall stay these Eagles from their weekly football games. Driving down san Pasqual grade in a steady rain, the Eagles are going to play in the rain. Whoa, the sun makes an all too brief appearance, but not for long. Coin toss in the rain, San Pasqual defers .... ; ............ at least I think that's what my sodden notes reveal ....... For some bnknown reason, the Eagles forgot that the kick- off wasa live ball; not like a punt where the ball is spotted when it is downed. Hope, they decided to let it roll around a bit and the Dragons recovered the kick at the Eagles 7. The Dragons were set and ready for their first score. San Pasqual slammed up the middle for a quick five yards and a spray of water. Their next two plays were stuffed by Brian Johnson and Justin Flores leading an angry flock of Eagles defenders. Facing a fourth and goal from the 12, the Dragons took a time out. When the ball was snapped, they got stuffed again for another loss. And a 15 yard unsportsmanlike conduct Penalty, 15 yards and loss of down. Eagles ball on their own 35. Dodged a big bullet there. Brett takes his first handoff of the day and squeezes 2 yards out of a very fired up Dragons defense. Flag on the field. Julian, personal foul, 15 yard penalty. On who or the act done escaped me in the now pouring rain. Did I mention that it has been raining since before the game. Second down Sally Snipes and Rich Hunt continued on page 12 continued on page 9 For visit