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November 10, 2010 Representing Victims of Serious Accidents Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims Joseph T. Dibos Attorney At Law 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 619-235-0307 jdibos@diboslaw.com No Recovery No Fee m Community Banking - Checking * Savings Home Equity * Business Banking 2033 Main St,, Julian 1 765-2765 Member FDIC r Rabobank LUERS &amp; DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting Full Sertqce Firm Create Anything... Solve Everything! Words Come Alive In Innovative New Game when (NAPSA)-What do you get JULIAN HARD CID00 you conjure up a giant, floating, magnetic octopus and a fast, angry zombie car? A follow-up to a groundbreaking video game from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment that lets puzzle aficionados find the "write" way to solve problems with creative solutions. In Super Scribblenauts, an innovative new title for Nintendo DS/DSi, players help Maxwell, the in-game hero, acquire a "Starite" by solving puzzles in inventive ways. By modifying objects with an arsenal of adjectives, Super Scribblenauts provides kids ages 10 and up the opportunity to have fun while enhancing their vocabulary and creative expression. Players can create any object The Julian News 7 APPLE JULIAN YESTI00It'00I00;3.P,S x,,.s,ca j,,e,,ceA that comes to mind and modify " ..... ''"''Personai attention toyour nial needs it in any way they desire. In one ] ,I.qllmql 11,   i[l -r ec'-" challenge, players embark on a I i! Wvnola (:,cater 4367 Hv,'. 78,Suite 112 EO.Box 193' Julian, CA 920 Tel:760 76vO Fax:760 '76.fO150 science experiment to transform Enm:rdca@luer-a.o an innocent bystander into a ' beast. This could mean conjuring   KOZ ! up "green," "scaly," "flying," ANTHONYJ.ROMAN0 "fire-breathing" potions to alter . Attorney-At-Law MANAGEMENT appearance, behavior, even TQU KORNER00tr.T mood. With a library of more than _A_RT cam00,.. S ..... . CAD/Draft.ing 800 customizable objects and  ]gI,S,., RealBusinessEState,andEStatewaterPlanning,Law v t Building Permits thousands of adjectives, players I00Lll00 ran" Em  Project Coordination can produce incredibly creative I{ ]l[, 60i [jAN ]n' A FALS [Bookkeeping objects, allowing imaginations Fil,,t (619) 696-9916 P.O. Box 401 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1113 1901 First Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA. COUNTRY CELLARS '  6 BEE TtEINC PtINC EVENTS JULIAN ,,,,,' FARMERS" MARKET PARKE00IC 3  F, ST OF MAIN ST]IEET AT 4470 HICHWAY 78 WWW.WYlqO&FALCOM Complete Gas Service Since 1947 Over 60 years serving the community we live in. 765-0130 Julian Elementary School has a new custom table built from trees burred by wildfire. In the school's Legacy garden, children wrote their names on inside sections of the table which will serve as a work and gathering place for up to 25 people. CALFire fighters helped carry in each piece, weighing hundreds of pounds. The table was milled by local artist, Don Madison, who's home was destroyed by a wildfire on Volcan Mountain in 2005. He's been making custom furniture from the burned trees on and around his property ever since. "Fantastic, just fantastic," says Madison, "It's bringing life back to these dead trees. I'm just so happy. It could be for generations to come, it looks like." Don is referring to the table he crafted, which is made of thick, solid pieces of Volcan Cedar. Tricia Elisara, who worked with the Parent-Teacher Organization raised the money for the project. Commercial Residential Payment Options 24 Hour Emergency Service GASCheck- ,...--,--m P,o.., :'<2:" Trained k/l COUNOL Ben Sulser, District Manager on BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE to run wild for a truly unique and individualistic experience. The sequel to last year's bestselling game also improves on the original Scribblenauts with 120 brand-new, in-depth levels to challenge curious minds. When stumped, players can use hints to help them along the way. Taking their creativity even further, players can design both puzzle and action levels to build their very own custom playground. Enhanced control schemes allow players to interact with their environments on a more realistic level. Super Scribblenauts players can also create their own levels in the game's level editor, where they can add all kinds of objectives to levels with ease and share it with friends via Wi-Fi. The critically acclaimed follow- up to last year's top-selling game, Super Scribblenauts will charm, delight and entertain players of all ages 10 and up. Expand your vocabulary at www. scribblenauts.com. Adding Up To Math And Science Success (NAPSA)-It's not quite as simple as one plus one equals two, but a good look at how some schools teach math and science may prove inspiring to parents, teachers and administrators across the country. That's one reason a major,merican tech company has come up with programs to award excellence in math and science. Intel believes that a strong foundation in math and science education for today's youth is imperative for future innovation and economic growth. As part of this belief, the Intel Schools of Distinction program recognizes innovative teaching and learning environments that exceed national mathematics and science content standards. Winning the top prize this year was Walter Payton College Preparatory High School in Chicago. What It Takes To Win This year, all the winners had four things in common: They make math and science a real-life experience. Students are engaged in project-based learning and inquiry-based learning. They set high expectations for all students. This may include differentiating instruction, studying data to see where students need help and engaging students in intensive, small- group work. They have strong emphasis on teacher training including mentoring and peer support as well as additional teacher education. Strong leadership from parents, teachers and the community. They .go after grant funds to make unique learning opportunities possible. They challenge the local district or state to implement innovative programs. To learn more about the Intel Education Initiative, and see who the winning schools are, visit www. intel.com/education and the CSR@ Intel blog at blogs. intel.com/csr. To share your story and spur others to take action in education, visit www. inspiredbyeducation.com. You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance. - Franklin P. Jones PTO Gift Gives Burned Trees New Life At Elementary School The "Legacy Table" being delivered to Julian Elementary. Wood Artist Don Madison and his CALFire helpers. Placing the table in the heart of the garden, for all to use for years to come. "We have something that's going to last for decades, that is beautiful, completely unique and custom made for this space. photos by Marisa McFedris And It's also a way of capturing something we've all lived through, but in a beautiful and redemptive way."