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November 24, 2010 (760) 765 0192 OPE RTIEs TREET We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street C O RN E R www.j ulian-prop erties, com. F'-.'''"' -'''- VERY SPECIAL OPEN FLOOR PLAN- 2 Bed- F  .... 2e CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 room/2 Bath Home with 9 foot Ceilings, Romanl[ [ RAMONA, PRICED TO Sedroom/2.5 Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and III Slate Stamped Concrete Floors, Granite Counterll[ Bath Spacious Home. largff', separate laundry pines, views, under round ower and hone, To s, Plantation Shutters, RV Parking & Hookups room Located at th rivate aved road. paved roads, gated cogmunit p P I Alon 1.08 Acres "1 Bank approved['nPg'oau fe uyers... " $00@00qIII$0000J0000llI $199,00011 $359,000 [[r K0000300,000 Est. 1967 P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 9 The Julian News ESPECIALLY NICE HOME on prime, level, wooded 2.5 acre site in desirable Wynola Estates. III Two fireplaces, open floor plan, balcony o111 bedrooms, many upgrades. Not a distress sale. Ill Lots of potential, competitively priced at: [[[ $395,000. [ WYNOLA ESTATES - 2 bedroom/2 bath home. Spacious and oven floor plan. Converted 2 car LOVELY NEWER HOME. Very Private - on 4.68 CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS. 1.28 Acres with[[[ garage with full'bath & private entrance. Attached Acres adjoining State Park property. Great for Ill easy access, mature trees. Service by water company,Ill 1bedroom/1 bath granny fiat with private entrance. horses. Open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great III has approved septic layout. Ill 2.5 Acres. - views! Many trees' nicely landscaped" Priced right I , 0 , I $578000 at: $399,000 $169,000 Bring al(offers! GREAT LAKE VIEW! From this newer two- bedroom home. Master bedroom downstairs, and bedroom + sitting area and more space upstairs Great kitchen with First-Class appliances. Deck double garage. $445,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: kirbylwinn@gmail.com Pioneer Museum and Historical Society. Play Host To Visitors From The City Back on Saturday November 6, Julian revealed its rich African- American heritage to more than 50 Project Ujima family members during a recent tour lead by Prof. Chuck Ambers, curator of Old Town's Casa del Rey Moro African Museum. The visit was part of Project Ujima, San Diego Unified's dynamic program devoted entirely to engaging African- American families in reaching that all-important goal: student academic success. Ambers met the visitors dressed as Fred Coleman, the African-American pioneer who discovered gold in 1869 in what's now known as Coleman Creek. In character as Fred Coleman, Prof. Ambers guided families on a tour of the community, showing them the Black roots of key landmarks. The tour included visits to the Pioneer Museum, Pioneer Cemetery and The Julian Hotel. The Julian Hotel was originally named Hotel Robinson and was built, own and operated by Black pioneers Albert and Margaret Robinson. Project Ujima parent, Phillip Liburd, who was accompanied by his son Marcus, described the day as an "uplifting experience" and he was glad he could share the day with his son and other families. Liburd added that field trip "participants of all ethnic backgrounds were intrigued and inspired by what they were learning." Project Ujima is a program of the Parent Outreach and Engagement Department of the San Diego Unified School District and is located at the Harold J. Ballard Parent Center. Project Ujima was established in July 2009, and is designed to strengthen existing resources within African-American families in San Diego Unified School District Title I schools. Project Ujima provides positive and empowering workshops, resources and networks that Professor Chuck Embers (center) as Fred Coleman support African-American families seeking to improve the academic, social, and behavioral environment within the family and community. All services are free and open to parents and families of all ethnicities, with particular attention to African-American families. The arts and culture components of Project Ujima are made possible through a grant from the Target Foundation. The grant enables Project Ujima to augment its workshop offerings to parents and families with educational excursions and experiences that celebrate arts and culture and the immense contributions of African- Americans Project Ujima visitors posed before their return to the city Boys Hoopsters Ready For A Winter Season On The Hardwood The Julian Boys Basketball team is getting ready for their first home game Nov. 30 at 6:30 PM vs. St. Josephs Academy. The Eagles are coming off a successful season last year and hope to build on that progress in spite of losing eight seniors. Last year's 8-12 record sawthem tie for their league title and gave them a playoff game against where they fell to a powerful Foothills Christian team. The young eagles roster includes 2 Seniors, 2 Juniors, 5 Sophmores, and 5 Freshmen. Pictured from back left; Tah Beresford, Cameron Gannon, Oolt Anderson, Justin Flores, Sawyer Cirillo, Seth Tunnel, Michael Dornan. Front left; Hunter McConnell, John Beresford, George Keene, Clint Southcott, Austin McConnell, Anthony Dominguez, William Dornan. Coach Ryan Cross says he expects good things from the team this year. Returning starter and Senior Seth Tunnel, Who won last year's 'Mr. Hustle' award, is a strong defender and acts as a 'spark plug' to energize the entire team by his example. Anthony Dominguez (Senior), a newcomer to this year's team, has a solid background in basketball and possesses a nice touch around the basket with good outside shooting and quickness to boot. Joshua Savage (Junior, not pictured) is shaping up into a strong defender in his first year of highschool basketball. Michael Dornan is also a newcomer (Junior) to the team. They both have a good work ethic and are making rapid strides in their first week of practice. Tah Beresford (Soph. and last year's JV MVP) is already one of the most polished players for the eagles with a smooth outside shot, capable ball handling, quickness and endurance. Tah is going to be an exciting player to watch this year! Colt Anderson (Soph.) is a terrific athlete and balanced ball player who has a great deal of potential yet to acheive. Look for good things this year from Cameron Gannon (Soph.) a strong rebounder with a knack for being at the right place. Clint Southcott (Soph.) is an exceptional athlete who just starting playing basketball last year and is making large strides this year in improving his roundball skills. Coach Cross expects Clint to be one of the most improved players from this year's group. Sawyer Cirillo (Soph.) gives the Eagles some much needed height, and with some work and added strength he may become a force down low. Freshmen John Beresford, George Keene, Austin & Hunter McConnell, and William Dornan are showing rapid improvement during the first week of practice. They will provide a solid roster for Julian's Junior Varsity team and a few of them will likely make contributions at the Varsity level as well. Coach Cross is assisted this year by former players Zach Wagner and Andre Dominguez (not pictured). Also not pictured are Soph. Steven Smith and Frosh. Ben Beatty Both are currently competing in Cross Country CIF. Go Eagles! Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. -- Khalil Gibran