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10 The Julian News HEALTH and PERSONAL SERVICES JULIAN MEDICAL 00INIC A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION We accept Healthy Families Inaurance 2721 WASHINGTON JULIAN, CA 92036 (Next To Town Hall) OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM -- 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE Healing Arts & Massage Ayurveda Acupressure Yoga Meditation reflexology craniosacral herbs aromatherapy Lorien A. Lehmer Certified Massage Therapist Ap, _ Yoga Teacher d._. i  (76o) 310-8974 i{g ( _ Relax ~ Unwind ~ De-stress ft00er,00,ies Comes to you! Specializing in Reflexology ~ Jin Shin Superior Circulatory Massage Call today for your Healin 9 Experience Ca. Cert. Lic.& Ins #3532 Ask About Specials 760 518 5350 iiii iii iiii ii i .A% 6-Bed Furl Service Hospice & "i Dementia ,. . Case by Case .... 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Private rooms from $3,550.00 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at State license number 374-600-694 619 445 3168 fax 619 445 5368 $30. 00 1455 Hollow 760 765 4646 by Appo]_ntment.pegLT} Sara Petite And Paul Cruz At Wynola Farms This Sunday He that can heroically endure adversity will bear prosperity with equal greatness of soul;for the mind that cannot be dejected by the former is not likely to be transported with the latter. --Henry Fielding As part of the ongoing entertainment at the weekly Julian Certified Farmers' Market held at Wynola Farms Marketplace. Sara Petite will join up with Julian's own Paul Cruz to sing and play throughout the afternoon. The Farmers market will return after being rained out with the usual fair of organic produce and handmade treats. Kettle Korn, Funnel Cakes and the all the shops at Wynola Farms marketplace. The Sons Spot I talk a lot about the charitable fundraising and the community works of the Sons. I'm proud of my membership and the commoraderie of the men I serve with. We are an extremely diverse group, ranging from occupations to political stance, religion and ages. We are a very active group even by SAL standards. The regional organization of SAL is amazed at the amount of money we raise and the good works that go along with it. At present the SAL membership of Julian's Post 468 stands in excess of 150. rm often asked how to become a member. Basic requirements are that you be the son or grandson of a veteran. If your forefather is alive, then he must be a member of the Legion. If he is deceased, his discharge form is available on-line. This form, your application, dues of $15.00 and a majority yea vote of the general membership is required to become a member. If you would like to join, application forms are available at the Legion building. In the next few years, it would appear that more members will join under the service of their mothers, as more and more women are serving in combat. We do have members in SAL that served in the military that are not eligible for Legion membership because they didn't serve during a time of conflict. We also have men that served, are members of the Legion, and are members of SAL as well, joining SAL under their father's service. Make no mistake, for the most part the members of the Sons of the American Legion did not serve in the military. Our charter here in Julian is to serve our community. May I pat my fellows on the back as I continually marvel at the works they do, the innovative methods of raising funds often introduced by new members and the hard work performed on the tried and true methods. We have breakfasts coming up that benefit local organizations. If you haven't been there, try it. If you have, then we'll see you there neighbor. The SAL Breakfast line up .... December 5, 2010 JHS Girls Basketball January 2, 2011 Alan Cole Wolowski Memorial Fund February 6, 2011 The Wounded Warriors March 6, 2011 JHS Junior, Senior Class April 3, 2011 Junior High School Dance Country Christmas continued from page 3 the cast of "A Christmas Carol", musical performances by Bette Gorton and Jake's Mountain, poetic readings, Santa's arrival in a fire engine, and more. "Julian offers holiday visitors the perfect Norman Rockwell Christmas experience," according to Tracy Turner, President of the Julian Merchants Association,"with its nostalgic, small town atmosphere and cold temperatures. Last year, we even had snow!" Visitors to our historic mountain community during the holiday season can indulge in a Victorian Christmas tea, sip hot cider or hot chocolate, shop for one-of-a- kind gifts in the small boutiques, or sing Christmas carols with costumed holiday carolers. They can cuddle under a blanket while riding down Main Street in a horse drawn carriage, take in a performance in historic Town Hall of "A Christmas Carol", stay in a cozy bed and breakfast that's all decked out in holiday finery or bundle upand take a stroll down November 24, 2010 Who We Are by Frank Woloszyn We are your neighbors, your friends, your customers. We are hard working women and men of the Julian community. We are a family, the American Legion Family, made up of the American Legion, the Women's Auxiliary, and the Sons of the American Legion (SAL). The dollar amounts that have been donated to the Julian Community have been discussed about in this news paper for the last 9 months, but I won't go down that road. I'll begin where the rubber meets the road, with the people, the programs and the dedication. We live, shop and play in Julian - we are as much a part of the fabric of Julian as are the apples. We strengthen community ties with events such as the 4th of July BBQ, The "DANCE" sponsored by the SAL. They do such a great job! They also buy BOOKS! We support and provide opportunities along with benefit breakfasts and money to the community for Julian's school's SPORTS PROGRAMS, TRANSPORTATION COSTS, FIELD TRIPS, AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS, JUNIOR AND SENIOR PROMS, TEAM UNIFORMS and yes, we even BUY BOOKS. We also sponsor and support Julian's Boy Scout Troop 690. We sponsor the Boys State Program mentored by a Team of three Legionaires. This year we sent an unprecedented 3 young men to Sacramento where they were able to experience first hand how our state government works. We make a difference with our ingenuity, hard work, and passion for helping others in need. We volunteer our time to the community. We care about the welfare of the children. Some of our Family work down the hill, and others don't even live in Julian, but yet they still find the time to volunteer. We honor our Warriors, Veterans and Fallen Heroes. We respect them, we assist them with the SAL's Wounded Warrior Program, and the Ladies Auxiliary Active Duty support programs. We also bury them, providing Honor Guards Details and Rifle teams. American Legion Members DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Did you know among you we have a living Hero? A Medal of Honor Recipient, he's one of an aging breed. He is one of only 86 living Medal of Honor Recipients and in fact a living history. Feel proud to have him in your community. In addition, there are 49 Julian Warriors that have served or are currently serving our country protecting your freedoms. To view a listing of Julian warriors, go to our Website ( and click on "Community News" Our Ladies Auxiliary Veteran's programs cover the gamut. Theyvisit the sick Veterans at the VA Hospital in La Jolla, where they provide lunches (sloppy joe's and Julian Apple Pie), comfort items,play Bingo and lots of laughter. These women support the Wounded Warrior Benefit dinners and the Ladies Auxiliary Active Duty Support program provides for the simple things in life (toothpaste, socks, books, cards, candy, blankets, and phone cards to call home) for our active duty troops in Iran and Afghanistan. They also provide direct donations to our local needy Veterans. What a fine job they do! Taking it a step further, in the local community, the Ladies Auxiliary provides Leadership Programs sending young women to participate in Girl's State, a program in which selected girls travel to Claremont College in Claremont Ca. to see our State government in action. Other successful programs include the Americanism Essay contest, building fund raisers, and yes, they BUY BOOKS TOO! During the Cedar (Oct 2003) and Witch Creek (OCT 2007) fires, the American Legion Post Home was the support center for the firefighters, policemen/women, and emergency workers? Our kitchen was open and we provided hot food 24/7. For the Witch Creek fire we were open 8 straight days and served approximately 5000 meals. Tired emergency personnel slept and rested on the floors, on the pool table, in chairs and anywhere else they could find a spot. With all of that said, it is of utmost importance that we have the support of the Julian community. Without that support, we can't help the community, the children or the schools. For us to be successful, the community has to help us help them. Most Fridays we provide an "Open to the Community Friday Night Dinner" at an affordable price. On the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month and every Sunday in the month of October, we provide benefit "all you can eat" breakfasts which are also "Open to the Community". Large numbers of Julian school children have benefited from the American Legion Family programs. The parents always seem to be MIA (missing in action)? Considering the tremendous amount of support the American Legion Family provides to the Julian Community, I'm very surprised that the parents, teachers and fellow Julian citizens still don't know who we are and what we do! So, now that you know who we are and what we do, don't be shy, come on out and try a Friday night dinner or a Sunday breakfast. You might find some old friends, have some good times and help the American Legion help the community. Visit our website (www. for a look see at what we are up to, or to check the Fri Night dinner menu. We also regularly advertise our dinner menus in the Julian News " I want to thank the Julian Merchants ( you know who you are) and the Julian News for all the help/donations they have provided throughout this year. Last but not least, I want to thank our Dinner patrons who support us week in and week out, attending our Community Dinners and breakfasts, giving us words of encouragement and thanks. I would also like to thank Coach Tim White, the Julian High School Cheerleaders and the Football team for taking the time to give Julian Veterans recognition by honoring them during half time at football game Fri. Nov 12th. Thank you Coach White. So, Julian, with your help WE CAN DO SO MUCH MORE! You have a GOLDEN APPLE MONEY TREE in this town and you don't even know it. Don't let it.dry up, die and wither away. This is the Julian, Lincoln Deming American Legion Post 468 Nuff said I'm proud to be a Legionnaire, in Julian a quiet country lane. musical performances, and Other holiday activities much more. For a complete list include a holiday home tour, of holiday events, visit www. breakfast with Santa, an open house with Santa at Town Hall,