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The ly WeeMy Newspaper Serving the Backcountry Communities of Julian, Water andWynola. Volume 28 - Issue 15 Wednesday November 21, 2012 S.lian, ca. ISSN 1937-8416 THURSDAY :l h anksgwlng iNOVEMBER 22: Annual Holiday Meal Canceled The Annual Thanksgiving Day comrhunitY meal hosted by Calvary Chapel of Julian has been canceled this year. Thew church found it self with not enough time to prepare the meal after the town hall oven was found to be unsafe. The Chamber is working to repair the problem but could not guarantee it would be ready in time. Supervisor Jacob Advises. Homeowners To Pay, And Protest - New State Fire Tax County Supervisor Dianne Jacob advises residents in her district to pay a new state fire tax now being levied on tens of thousands of local homeowners, but to do it under protest. In recent weeks, many rural and semi-rural residents of District 2 ? a sprawling region thatt includes the bulk of the San Diego County backcountry - have started to receive bills asking them to pay the state up to $150 annually for each habitable structure on their land. Approximately 400,000 people in the region will be impacted by this tax. Jacob has long opposed the tax, saying it stems from the state's failure to adequately fund Cal Fire. "It's blatantly unjust and borders on cruel that the state would hit homeowners up for more money when they already pay property taxes to help fund public safety programs and, in many cases, specia ! local fees for fire protection," she said. She noted the county also spends $!5.5 million annually to augment rural fire protection. More than $10 million of that money goes directly to Cal Fire. The supervisor recommends that those receiving the tax bill: Pay it within the 30-day due date and write "UNDER PROTEST" on the notation line of their check.. Make copies of the check and send the original with the bill. Go to www.firepreventionfee. org and click on the link labeled "Petition for Redetermination." Fill out the petition to formally challenge the fee. Send a copy of the petition and a copy of the check to these three addresses: Fire Prevention Petitions, P.O, Box 2254, Suisun City, CA, 94585; Board of Forestry and Fire Protection, P.O. Box 944246, Sacramento, CA, 94244; and the Board of Equalization, P.O. Box 942879, Sacramento, CA, 94279. All three steps must be completed should any lawsuits prevail in overturning the fee and should the court order the state www.JulianNews.com Final Preparation For Country Christmas And Tree Lighting from Ed Glass Ed Glass and David Lewis getting the pad ready for the new stage area at the Pioneer Museum and Park. This year's Christmas tree lighting celebration is Saturday November 24, atthe Pioneer Park on Washington and 4th. Start time is moved up to I:30PM, and the switch lighting the tree will be thrown at 5PM by Matt Kraemer, our 2012 Merchant of the Year. Participating again in this year's event are Julian's favorites, the Victorian Carolers, and local band Jake's Mountain. The cast of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is set to provide samples of this year's performance, which is being staged this year several times at the Town Hall under the direction of'Sandi Bennett. Additional performers are singer/songwriter Joe Rathburn, guitarist/vocalist Alan Land accompanied by fiddle player Annie Rettic, and several members of the Ramona High School jazz band. Lee and Audrey Turner are reprising their annual holiday season poetic readings....and of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be on hand after the tree lighting to listen to every child's request and dream. Making its debut this year: a new permanent stage at Pioneer Park. Lifelong Julian resident David Lewis planned and implemented the construction of this project that will continue to evolve over the next year. The Julian Country Christmas folks are thrilled with the addition to the annual event. They look forward to the new stage being available throughout the year for community events. Thank.s to the many volunteers and the support of the Julian Merchants Association and the Chamber of Commerce. The merchants of downtown Julian await the visitors for the tree lighting, with open arms and open doors! Howdy Doody and his side kick Buffalo Bob Julian Historical Society You're Invited To A Howdy Doody Time from Judy Halliburton Do you remember the face of Howdy Doody? Freckles, lots of freckles, and a big, silly smile with lots of teth. On November 28, 2012, 7:00 p.m., Julian Historical Society has arranged a sweet and special presentation for you with local journalist, Ruth Lopper. Ruth's presentation is in honor of Robert Allen, was known as "Grandpa Bob" around Julian, and his partner Mel Shaw. It's the anniversary of their taking on the challenge of fitting a new face to the much-adored persona of Howdy Doody. Ruth's presentation includes adorable puppets and toys along with their history. That freckle-checked marionette remains one of the most recognizable icons of the black-and-white television era and a childhood memory of the baby-boomer generation. There is no cost to attend. The general public is invited to come as well as Julian Historical Society members, (we welcome you to join). Refreshments will be served. Julian Historical Society - 2133 4th Street, Julian p.s. Julian Historical Society has sent a special invitation to Bob Juliarl News @ PO Box 639 Ju!ian CA. 92036 Change Service Requested ll,l,,l,,l,,l,l,l,,h,h,l,,l,l,,l,l,lh,,,ll,,,,llh,,hl,l,l Small Town Papers -N 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 30 JULIAN, CA CERT Classes Bring Awareness To All Ages by Cathy Ozbun, CERT Julian-Cuyamaca The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program teaches how, in an emergency, we can be prepared to help ourselves, our families, our neighbors and our community. In Julian our local CERT organization continues to actively provide training to achieve those goals. The Ready Kids Program, a program which has been incorporated into the Julian Elementary School's "University of Wednesday", offers extended learning for elementary students in grades 4 through 6, introducing children to disaster preparedness in a way that is easy for them to understand. CERT Julian thanks Superintendent Kevin Ogden and Principal Brian Duffy for their insight and dedication 'to teaching every child in the Julian school system some of the fundamentals of disaster preparedness. A special thanks to CERT member and Lead Instructor Sheana Fry, a very talented teacher with a exceptional knack for working with kids, and to her assistants Johnny and Diane Hake. The 1st Girl Scout Teen CERT graduates of San Diego County are pictured here with Teen CERTs from Julian. photo by Brian Kramer Girl Scout Teen CERT, an Outreach Program in San Diego County sponsored by the Julian-Cuyamaca Fire District, graduated its first class on October 28th, with Johnny Hake as Lead Instructor, and Diane Hake, Program Manager and Assistant Instructor. Graduating "were Amber Budhwani, Simran Budhwani, Alexandra Delgado, Valeria Delgado, Chloe Dugger, Michelle Gonzales, Selena Gonzales, Sylvia Longworth, Katelyn Peterson, Jasmine Romero, Laura Ramirez Silva, Sandy Sultz, and Stanzia Tronball. The graduation included a life-like L/thquake disaster scenario which was made all the more real by Teen CERT members from Julian posing as victims, complete with make-up (moulage). Julian Teen CERTs included Tiffany Espensen (National Youth Preparedness Council member), Eva Hatch (moulage artist), Sam Kreiger, Alyssa Luca, Lizzie Newgard, and Raymond Rapue, ail of whom provided great input and critiquing. Julian Teen CERT members were rewarded with the 100 Year Girl Scout pin. The Train-the-Trainer program teaches adult CERT members to become qualified CERT instructors for both Basic CERT and Teen CERT. The most recent class graduated on November 10th, and included Julian CERT members Cam Lay, Lay Lay and Jolanda DeLuca. Also graduating were M. Oshita from the Long Beach Unified School District, and Urban Disaster Readiness Foundation Director Cindy Henshaw. M. Oshita and Ms. Henshaw will be taking the Teen CERT program to the youth in Long Beach and have the support of their fire department, their school district and, of course, Julian CERT. A special thank you goes to Teen CERT member Lizzie Newgard, Pro-Teen CERT members Ryan Lay and Corey Lay for their assistance in evaluating the newest CERT and Teen CERT trainers. Julian graduated its most recent CERT Class on Nov. 13th. The graduates are Sheila Allen, Matthew Brant, Mary Carmen Childs, Ben Edwards, Lisa Elkins, Joshua Guffey, Vickie Guffey, Samantha Kline, Maureen Placa, and Ron Placa. A special "thank you" goes to Robert Beer, Cam Lay, Lay Lay, Corey Lay, and Ryan Lay for their assistance with the graduation scenario. For information on how to become a CERT member, or for more information on the CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) program, contact Johnny or Diane Hake at certjulian@hotmail.com. Jewelry Exchange At Methodist Church Once again it's time to go through drawers and boxes to locate those baubles you have outgrown or the bangles you never really liked in the first place. The Julian Community United Methodist Church is holding its annual jewelry sale on Saturday, November 24 from 10-3 and it's an opportunity for all todo well by doing good. Sellers are asked to donate half their proceeds to the church, while the church will provide tables and advertising. Buyers benefit by having the occasion to find inexpensive pieces to dress up their wardrobes. This is the "exchange" portion of the sale--exchange old for new, or simply buy or sell and know you are helping people. Potential sellers are asked to contact Kiki Muns[i at 765 0484 or kiki@skagenranch.com as it is helpful to have information about numbers in advance but no seller will be turned away at the door. Buyers are asked to flock to the Methodist Church, located on Highway 78/79 one mile west of Julian. Parking is free and easily Julian Eagles Athletics Basketball. Boys Thursday Nov. 29 @ Orange Glen High School 5:30PM Monday Dec. 03 HOME Calvary Christian School 6:00PM Tuesday Dec. 04 HOME Saint Joseph Academy 5:00PM Friday Dec. 07 * @ Borrego Springs HS 6:30PM Monday Dec. 10 @ San Diego Jewish Academy 6:30PM Wednesday Dec. 12 HOMI: Warner High School 5:30PM Friday Dec. 14 HOME The Rock Academy 6:30PM Basketball. Girls Thursday Nov. 29 @Imperial Valley Invitational Tournament 3:00PM Thursday Nov. 29 @Imperial Valley Invitational Tournament 6:00PM Friday Nov. 30 @Imperial Valley Invitational Tournament 4:30PM Saturday Dec. 01 @Imperial Valley Invitational Tournament TBA Monday Dec. 03 Calvary Christian School @Guajome Park 4:00PM Tuesday Dec. 04 HOME Saint Joseph Academy 3:30PM Friday Dec. 07 @ Borrego Springs HS 5:00PM Monday Dec. 10 @ San Diego Jewish Academy 5:00PM wednesday Dec. 12 HOME Warner High School 4:00PM Friday Dec. 14 HOME The Rock Academy 5:00PM Soccer- Boys Wednesday, Nov 28 @Foothills Christian Monday, Dec. 3 HOME vs River Valley 3:15 Tuesday, December 4 @SCY High School 3:15 Friday Dec. 07 HOME Calipatria HS 3:15PM Monday Dec. 10 HOME Maranatha Christian 3:15PM Wednesday Dec. 12 @Vincent Memorial 3:30PM Wednesday Dec. 19 @ Borrego Springs 3:30PM Soccer- Girls Thursdy, November 29 scrimmage at Ramona HS 3:15PM Monday Dec. 03 HOME River Valley 3:15PM Saturday Dec. 08 HOME FootHills Christian I:00PM Wednesday Dec. 12 HOME Vincent Memorial 3:15PM Wednesday Dec. 19 HOME Borrego Springs 3:15PM Tuesday Jan. 08 @Classical Academy 4:00PM Wednesday Jan. 09 @FootHills Christian 6:30PM to issue refunds. Allen's daughters, Pam and Karen. We hope to see them. available. 00Country Christmas- Tree Lighting 1 Pioneer Park- Satin day, November 24th 00ITION Performances . ...... Chamber of Commerce i