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Mr. Lagu Rd Wa r Valley, .......... Summit, Volume 27 - Issue 14 Wednesday November 16, 2011 ISSN 1937-8416 Julian, CA. Julian News PRESORTEO STANDARD PO Box 639 U.S. POSTAGE Change ServiceRequested ~-~N,,..~,,/~~/ ~ Permit No. 30 III Ihl,,I,,I,,I,l,l,,I,,h,l,,I,h,l,hll,,,,Ih,,,llh,,I,hhl 1 Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St "~t. Shelton WA 98584-2263 ,,-r ......... / i Jacob Norte, Opening Ceremonies, FFA National Convention, October 20, 2011 and during the "Round Table Discussion" Photos Courtesy of." Edward Norte Warner High School Student Selected to Visit White House Participating In Native American Agricultural Education Conference Seventeen year-old Warner High School Senior Jacob Norte will travel to Washington on this month with nine other Native American students for Agricultural Education meetings held as part of the American. Indian Heritage Celebration on November 14-18, 2011 at the US Department of Agriculture. Jacob and his peers will meet with representatives from the Departments of Education, Agriculture,, Native American Indian Affairs, the Secretary of the Interior, Secretary of Agriculture, as Well as tribal leaders and representatives from congress. Discussions will focus on how Agriculture Education and FFA (Future Farmers of America) programs enhance the educational opportunities for Native American students. Jacob was selected based on his thoughtful input at a recent National FFA conference in Indianapolis. During round table discussions, Jacob spoke about the importance of parental involvement in their children's education and how a lack of trust by some in the Native American Community alienates parents and prevents them from becoming more actively involved with their children's education. Dr. Ron Koenig, Superintendent of the rural San Diego County District is proud of the success of Agricultural Education at his school and said "FFA is a. key element at our school to academically prepare students for college and provide leadership and career development." Jacob has demonstrated multiple leadership roles at Warner High School such as FFA San Diego Sectional President, FFA Southern Regional Vice President, Senior Class President, ASB Vice President, and Peer Counselor. Jacob's FFA advisor Sherri Freeman, a two-time FFA teacher of the year ,;was with Jacob a~ the National FFA conference and remarked "1 fought back tears while i listened to Jacob's comments about the challenges Native youth can. encounter in furthering their education:" Sherri added "1 am extremely proud of Jacob and all of his accomplishments at our school." Annual JAG Open Studios Tour Julian artists and galleries will open their doors to visitors this weekend on the annual Julian Open Studios Tour. The art displayed will include paintings in oil, acrylic and watercolor, pencil works, collages, gourds, jewelry, photography, paper art, ceramics, and fabric art. There is art at every price level on the tour. This is a chance to beautify your home or select unusual Christmas gifts of lasting Value. Studios will be open between the hours of 10 and 4 each day and artists will be available to discuss, and in some cases to demonstrate, their work. Maps to the studios cost $10 and will be available at all participating artists', the Chamber of Commerce, and The Falcon Gallery and The Mountain Gypsy in Julian as well as Wynola Pizza, Wynola Antiques, and Julian Yesteryears located in the Wynola Farmers Marketplace in Wynola. Bright yellow signs will indicate both the .way to artists' studios and participating businesses. Proceeds from the tour benefit the Julian Arts Guild which sponsors two annual art shows, several workshops, and demonstrations/lectures for members and the public. Bonnie Gendron will be one of the Artists featured on the tour Julian Fitness Center Fits Town's Culture by Bobbi Zane In a town where everyone knows everybody, the latest go- to place is the Julian Fitness Center, opened in April 2011 by Matt Kraemer. The poPularity of the gym is due to Kraemer's close connections within the community, a business plan that focuses on excellent service, and a marketing plan that complements the town culture. At the outset Kraemer had modest goals for his country- style facility that occupies a Main Street storefront that once served as the town's post office. Although he knew there was an interest in having a gym in the community, he didn't realized how big that interest was. He set modest membership goals for the initial year, "I'll be happy if we sign up 90 members before the end of the year," he said during the opening reception. Even with limited local publicity, word spread quickly throughout Julian. By opening day, prospective members were standing in line to sign up. At the end of October the gym counted continued on page 8 Eagles Volleyball In And Out Of Playoffs Team captains Kjell Reeve and Jasmine Madeyski put the block on an Ocean View spike in last Wednesdays opening round CIF playoff match, won by the Eagles 3-1 [Kjell Reeve 10 kills and 4 blocks, Jasmine Madeyski 18 kills, Hannah Elliott 34 Assists, 4 kills; Taylor Crippen 7 kills; Alison Duffy 3 kills, 3 blocks; Eden Tunnell 4 kills. Saturday the girls traveled to #2 seed Pacific Ridge Academy and saw their season ended in three straight games. photo by Joseph Munson Football Friday September 2 W 55-46 @ Borrego Springs Friday September g - home L 6 - 48 Hamilton Friday September 16 - away L O- 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 W 47-35 Borrego Springs Volleyball CIF Playoffs - Round 1 W 3-1 Ocean View Academy Round 2 L 0-3 Pacific Ridge Academy CrossCountry Thursday November 10 Citrus League Finals Boys - League Champs Girls - 2nd place Saturday November 19 TBA @ 2011 CIFSDS Cross Country Championships Morley Field Saturday November 26 TBA @ ClF State Final Fresno Eagles Finish Season The Way It Started by H "Buddy" Seifert fl3uring the course of a conversation with my old friend Bob Adam, I was reminded of the fantastic view of Volcan from the Eagles football field. What a memorable and beautiful backdrop for our athletes. And he was so right. Especially when the Eagles win. Our Eagles' last football game of their 2011 season kicked off under a cool, cloudy sky. No heat, no bugs! The football day began with a heartfelt tribute to our Nation's veterans. To open the day, the flag was raised by Boy Scout Troop 690 members Dustin Jensen, Justin Van Bibber and Derek Rousseau. The Color Guard from the Borrego Springs American Legion Post 853, Roger Reis, Mac MacDonald, Bill Lewis and Tim Mickelson presented the Colors at mid field while the Honor Guard from the Lincoln Deming Post 468, Post Commander Dusty Keane, Sgt at Arms Thurston Thompson, Art Beaudry, Jim Penrose, Frank Woloszyn, Robert George, Chris Sanders, Gary Weide and Paul Baumgardner performed a 21 gun salute. Howard Simpson brought his trusty, restored mid- 40's Jeep and bugled Taps at the end of the ceremonies. Dusty and Robert are Eagle alumni. In place of a requested MCAS Miramar flyby, we got Air Force One. Streaking over Cuyamaca. The Eagles Sr. RB Josh Ernst took Borrego's opening kick at the Eagles 20 and fought his way to the Eagles 45. Julian's first play from scrimmage had some new faces in the backfield. Sr. QB Josh Savage lined up as a running back and Soph. QB Hunter McConnell was under center. Hunter's first pass of the day was a crisp rope to fellow sophomore Cole Southcott. 1{) yards and a first down. Sr. RB Justin Flores got tripped up at the line of scrimmage on his first rush but picked up 23 yards and a first down on his next attempt. Unfortunately, on the next play, Justin was stripped of the ball and the Eagles turned the ball over on the Ram's 20. Borrego's ball on their own 20. Rams RB Trevon Webb, the 2011 version of La Jolla Country Day's Rashaad Salaam, took the hand off and 80 yards later the Rams post the first points of the day. The PAT was good. A minute and 58 gone and Borrego is up by 7. Cole took the Rams kick at Julian's 15 and scooted 28 yards to the Eagles 43. Hunterzipped a quick pass to Josh E. for 7 yards, but two fumbled pitches left the Eagles with a 4th and 32. Ernst's punt traveled quite away down the field, but Webb returned the kick to the Eagles 12. Uh oh! The Rams picked up a quick 4 yards with a dash by John Cruz and Trevon picked up 7 for a 1st and goal at the Eagles 1. Webb was caught and dropped behind the line for a 1 -yard loss by Flores and on the next play, Justin Smashed through the Rams line, wreaking havoc and causing a fumble, which was recovered by soph DT Johnny Beresford. The Eagles' ball at their own 10. Senior RB Brett Teusch could only manage a yard against the Ram, defense and Hunter was sacked twice more, bringing a 4th and 17 at the Eagles 3. Ernst blasted a 44-yard punt that was well covered and the Rams did not get a return. The Rams second possession started off with an illegal formation penalty, which was followed by a run that was stopped at the line and two incomplete passes. The Rams punt was returned to the Eagles 9. Flores picked up 11 yards and an Eagles 1st down and followed that with another 7 yards on his next run. Brett got trapped Justin Flores knocks the ball loose for a fumble. photo by Michael Hart continued on page 7 .ju!ianca:cm .................. ............................................................ ............................... .................. .............. .......................................................................................... ............................................................................... .......................... Meet The Merchants Breakfast ,,. 4~