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November 23, 2011  i!iiii!ili[! ..................... % ]ii!!)iill   .......... 5 7eo 7es 8800 ....... r Mmzdsy _ lJstm.ds.y sm - pm I 211 ool; JDry Cleaning Service in by Tuesday, Back by FridayJ Phone in Your Meat and Deli Orders - No Waiting rJ ue and Old Collectibles Girls Local Music Wall Art Candles in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 o I 00Local Eperience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous RemoafanPreCisi0n Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765,2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A Joe Garcia's 'The Smallest Bird Sings The Sweetest Song' At Santa Ysabel Gallery At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, December 3, 2011 through January 15, 2012 will be the exhibit "The Smallest Bird Sings the Sweetest Song", a one-person show featuring the art of nationally acclaimed San Diego County painter Joe Garcia. On exhibit will be Garcia's wildlife work, oil and watercolor paintings of birds, with the focus being on smaller song birds. Also on display will be a small selection of paintings of larger birds. Opening Reception for The Smallest Bird Sings the Sweetest Song is Saturday, December 3, 4-8 PM. Admission is free. The public is invited. Joe Garcia is a nationally acclaimed wildlife artist. His career as a wildlife painter began around 30 years ago with the construction of a large aviary that would become a habitat for quail. His intent in building the aviary was to study the quail in order to paint them. He acquired the quail and in the habitat kept Gambel's Quail, California Quail and Bob Whites. He would go into the aviary and sit with the birds, drawing, painting and photographing them, eventually learning and depicting each quail type accurately and with feeling. The Mountain Quail, being elusive, needed to be studied by Garcia in the wild with a telephoto lens. Later, the Garcia fame as a painter of birds grew and was spread in a large part due to these quail studies and the early paintings of the quail in his aviary. A native Californian, Garcia grew up on a small ranch near Escondido, where he developed an awareness of wildlife and habitat. He studied illustration at Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles and worked as a graphic illustrator before deciding in 1983 to make fine art his primary focus. His work has appeared in the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum's Birds in Art exhibition in Wausau, Wisconsin, and he is in the permanent collection of the Bennington Center for the Arts in Vermont. Garcia exhibits annually in major wildlife festivals throughout thecountry, and in 2010 received the honor of being selected as a judge for the Federal Duck Stamp competition. Garcia is the author of The Watercolor Bible and Mastering the Watercolor Wash, both published by Northlight Books. In addition to his wildlife paintings, Garcia is also known for his landscape paintings, both plein air and studio; and for the watercolor workshops that he has taught throughout the United States, and in Italy, France, Greece and New Zealand. He has been a demonstration artist for the PBS series "The Artist's Workshop", has been featured in numerous art books and magazines, and has written a major article for the publication Watercolor Magic. In 2012, in June, Garcia will be teaching a workshop in Chicago for the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, and in September, he will be painting in the Rocky Mountains as the official Artist-In-Residence at Breckenridge, Colorado. Joe Garcia lives and has his studio in Julian where there is an abundance of wildlife to paint. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11 AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. The gallery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call (760)765-1676. Joe Garcia out "scouting"for another subject for his canvas. photo by Anne Garcia TEEN CERT Trainers in Riverside County By Diane Hake, Program Manager Thank you to Mitch White, Stephen Bronstrup and Liam Beaumont OES and a TEEN Doyle Beaumont Police CERTtrainer from the July class Department; Celina Cabrera in Julian. He hosted the Train- City of Beaumont; Eric the-Trainer (TTT) for Riverside Cadden - Riverside County Countythis past week. Southern Fire Department; Rick Cook - California now has 47 TEEN Beaumont OES; Erin Fox and CERT Trainers. Dawn Harrison - Apple Valley Johnny Hake, Sheri Rumble CERT; from North County CERT, and Roy Hill- Palm Springs Unified I served as instructors. Joe School District; Randy Baytess- Madas from Rincon provided retired Riverside Fire Chief; Jack Tribal backpacks. Becker - Palm Desert Therapy The recent 16 graduates Dogs; Ron Goodrich- Riverside are: Zuzzette Bricker, Diana Staff trainer. Rockot,- Michelle Caldwell, Again our gratitude goes to Brenda Knight and Anthony Principal Brian Duffy and After Richardson - Riverside OES; School Site Coordinator/Title 1 Aide, Robin Calloway as well as the entire staff for their vision and support of the TEEN CERT program. Robin transported the teen panel to Beaumont for evaluating the new trainers. The panel included Eva Hatch, Chelsea Huggins, Emy Gregor, Raymond Rapue, and Tiffany Espensen from Nickelodeon's Bucket and Skinner who will be an international spokesperson for the TEEN CERT program. For information regarding the CERT or TEEN CERT programs please contact: certjulian@ or 760-310-0976 or 760-310-0206. / / / / / The Julian News 3 FREE Carbon Monoxide Detector Installed - Eagle Scout Project Operation Bad Gas My name is George Keane and I am a Boy Scout of Troop 690 here in our unique town of Julian. I have been a Boy Scout for five years and am currently a Life Scout with the ambition to become an Eagle Scout. A law recently was passed requiring all gas burning or fireplace equipped houses to have CO detectors. My Community Service project for the rank of Eagle Scout is to install CO detectors in the homes of Julian residents. Living in a small town with many homes powered by propane and or a fireplace I think this project will be very beneficial. If you want a free CO detector and installation for your house please contact me with the following information: First and last name, Best phone number to teach you Physical address Best time to install your CO detector You can send me the information via email, phone or mail. Sincerely, George Joseph Keane PO Box 928 Julian, CA 92036 cell: 760-533-1011 email: r L ! YOU ONlY OlD 600e . YOI DID GOOD You've cared for our community by disposing of your used oil correctly. d you know that oil filters need to be recycled too?