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November 24, 2010 #1 In League And County Boys Head To State Confidant The Julian league Champion team averaged under 19 minutes each with Daniel Smith placing first overall in Division 5, to become the first boy in school history to win the CIF Section Individual honors. Joseph Munson ran a strong race to finish second. They won San Diego Divison 5 team title for the second year in a row. Now it is off to the State Meet in Woodward Park, Fresno on Saturday, November 27, only 2 teams from San Diego Qualify in Division 5 and Julian's running Eagles are #1. photo from Rich Wolf, facebook I BOOKKEEPING SERVICE and Office File Organization Julie Press Bonded, 28 Yrs Experience QuickBooks Premier, Pro & Online QuickB00ks Payroll Let me train you to do # yourselfl 760 765 5856 • 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 No Recovery • No Fee m Community Banking • Checking ° Savings • Home Equity • Business Banking _ 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 l Member FDIC + Rabobank LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS lnconte Tax and Accouttting ° Full Sert,,icc, Firm Rebecca Luer, CPA Jan Dyer, CPA Mt’' l'rgree in 'Paxatil ra Personal attention to your special needs Wynola Center • 47 H3: 78, Suite 112 * P.O. BOX 1934 "Jufan, CA 92036 Tel: 760 765-0343 • Fax: 760 765-0150 Email: rebecca@luerscpa.€om ANTItONYJ, ROMANO Att0mey-At-Law Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business and Water Law (619) 696.9916 1901 First Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA. Lori Arl;er MANAGEMENT CAD/Dra%ing Building Permits Proiect Coordination Bookkeeping P,O. Box 401 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1113 on line. BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Janet Ryan Morse, CRTP Roger Garay, EA 2065 Arnold Way, Suite 103 Alpine, CA 91901 Serving: • Individuals • Small Business • Rental Owners • Corporations • LLC's • Partnerships • Trusts • Non-Profits Photography Art History Continued by Jeff Holt The Julian News For all of you art history lovers, an update. We now have 5-10 people in town who want to begin a few sessions of art history. Like I said in my previous article, this will be a unique opportunity for your artistic enlightenment! l Let's begin with the answers to last week's questions: 1. The famous 17th century Italian painter who was accused ofmurderis Caravaggio. In 1606 ' he stabbedandkifiedamanand] OR TASTING " was forced to flee Rome. An artistic genius, he died at the early age of 39. 2. The female artist who was crippledatayoungageinaterrible C01 SACKS ICECA bus accident is Frida Kahlo. This  Mexican artist Jived most of her life in pain. She contracted polio when she was 6 and then, in high APPLE school, she was severely injured in a bus accident, which required numerous operations and long hospital stays, l JLLN' IIIR'' ' 3. The last formal portrait of President Lincoln was taken by Alexander Gardner. He worked for Mathew Brady, the famous Civil War photographer.  The irony is that Gardner's  l=qmtll  "d[I= Jllll photographs were often mistaken  n IMI JBi I i  Ir;IRKT]€ I ] I.B !, #i I llh,- 1: I f'%dri" rlLlJ f"fJrw A r'i I for that of his boss. Needless to ! J..lljZ IUt=. VLLJl I .,uul. J.n It t.,,I,,$1. J.zt,t,.=€, [ say, he left Brady's studio during - . . -the war andestablished hisown  KOZY "Sz]LOI6SpA studio. After the war, he painted Native-Americans who came KORNER to Washington DC to discuss kNt'rlQ,, ART artist who sometimes painted ]kfAl)El] ]l)](l[J A(aAia mE&IBm) GL, t.S without her clothes on is Fil([  l Georgia O'Keefee. She -_ =: --_- _ = _" married the famous avant-garde photographer, Alfred Stieglitz.  ''k'"tJ Rumor has it that she once spotted a young boy spying CO'1YCELLARS APPLE JUNCTION on her as she painted naked tq]EeBEBT and took out after the kid, Her P=,],INC S REAL ESTATE paintings were considered quite controversial, ij,lXa,ik  , There you have it. I hope this little article has piqued your I.- = ,i.. ,, --,.--- ,/,..  8  Vl--=lm K IiMK=II t Mlq interest in art history. Please ! !-4 considersigning upforthecourse. Look for an announcement as to 16 E PKC where and when our first class will be held in December. lean ] M][][,] WEST O! i' MJIk][ ][I[]E]' A'][' 4470 H][II'][,,Y 78 ..  3 .................................. be reachedat 760-765-0305. ...,. ................................................ Wt.OL, COM ,. ................... " i Annual Holiday Food Drive We are progressing in our efforts to give a Christmas box of food to those in need. Distribution date is December 21st. We have already received many applications to receive the packages. Deadline date to apply is November 30th. We lean completely to donations of money to pay for the purchased items. Please deliver or mail checks to Holiday Food Drive, P.O. Box 2228, Julian, CA 92036, made out to Vee Lumpkins or to Barbara Simpson at I am at the Town Hall every morning. If I am not there please leave donations with Chamber of Commerce secretary upstairs. We're looking forward to a grand distribution and thank all who participate with us in this effort. Vee Lumpkins Julian Outreach Over 60 years serving the community we live in. 765-0130 A Very Soggy Cheerleading Clinic photos and story by Lance Arenson Once again, this past Saturday night, our Julian Cheerleaders attended the San Diego State University cheer clinic. This event has been hosted by the SDSU cheerleading team for over 12 years. This year's clinic seemed to be smaller than in years past which may have been due to the showery weather we had all day. Participants from all over San Diego County attend this event each year. The Julian cheer squad at this year's event included Jordan Affeldt-Cruz, Peaches Boland, Peri Herber, Patti Rittberg, Izzy Sekora, Lizzie Sinclear, and cheer coach Robin Boland. Normally this entire event is held at Qualcomm Stadium, but plans were quickly changed due to the weather. The three hour practice was held inside Peterson Gym on the SDSU campus. The teams learned the cheer and dance routine they would be performing during halftime at the SDSU Aztec' football game against Utah. At halftime, a short musical performance was performed by the Marching Aztec Band who were sporting clear ponchos over their uniforms. Then it was time for the cheerleaders to perform their routines. Did I mention there was a little rain down the hill? IT POURED! With just minutes before halftime, the cheer teams and fans became thoroughly drenched. But the teams rallied to the occasion and put on a great show[ Everybody worked hard, met new friends, and still enjoyed another great event. Unfortunately, the Aztecs were rained on too and after leading much of the night, lost to Utah 38 to 34. I thought it never rains in San Diego? Complete Gas Service Since 1947 Commercial • • . Restdent,al Payment Options 24 Hour Emergency Service tltll ’OUIL Ben Sulser, District Manager