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December 2, 2009 POPE TREE SERVICE Ce,,a Law, ey's Performance All Your Tree Service Needs Academy and ~.Co~erclal & Reside.ntaal~ II II Oak and Pine our Speclalty:~[[[ II Fiddletime is II ~ CA. State License #704192 ~1~ ' II II ~ Fully hisl~red for Your Protection ~_ II Fu n Ti me[ lit ,I Workers Comp. ~11 Sunday, December, 17-765 638, 6th, 2009, Jk l l; . ,a.m.-Noon. IiPX, lll Wynola Pizza, liT r~i fie~dLExpe r, ts r ~== :~ ~ ~ . ,.DiffiE~lt~R~l~v~ls ~~r III Red Barn . Frog.ram Contains Amer,can And Celt,c Fiddle Tunes The Julian News 3 Making banking easier for you Christmas Carol continued from page 1 Sandi Bennett is co-producer Sandi Bennett and Mike Hartung stepped forward in 2008 to make sure that the production of A Christmas Carol continued and they are both involved in production again this year. I asked Sandi why she thinks it's so important to keep A Christmas Carol going? There was a lot of interest, especially from children, to take part in the play this year and, also, we were getting so many requests for tickets. Many people from Julian to San Diego and beyond have made this a yearly family Christmas tradition and we hate to see them disappointed. ,We started with Don Winslow's script (with his blessings On a few changes) then with director Sandra Sladkey's desire to put a new spin on this year's production, the imagination of our technical director, Mike Hartung, and some new ideas thrown in by Jerry Sladkey, I thought it would not only be do-able again this year but fresh and interesting. We all feel that continuing to put on this show has many c0mmunity benefits, just as it has in ,the past under the direction 7 Performances Only Children- $5.00 Students of Celia Lawley's, Performance Academy and Fiddletime is Fun Time! studios in Wynola and Sorrento Valley will join forces with Celia on December 6th, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at Wynola Pizza's Red Barn in Wynola, to present a lively fiddle concert, free to the public. Music selections include American and Celtic fiddle favorites and some holiday carols for fun! During the one hour concert, students will use both reading and improvisational skills which they have learned through Lawley's progressive method of improvisation Wynola Pizza has generously offered a 10% lunch discount to anyone participating in or attending the concert that day. Celia, a graduate of USC music school in Los Angeles, teaches ongoing group fiddle classes for both adults and children at Hammond Ashley Violins, Sorrentd~vafley~ and W~,n01a Pizza RedBam,'WYnola. Info: 760/ 782-920L~ t~tp:iiwww. fiddlegirl.com/perfacademy.html You've got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was. - Irish Proverb of Kinney Productions. I would love to see Scott and Debbie Kinney come back and re-claim their theatrical heritage in the future, but in the meantime there are many talented and willing community members to carry the torch! How long have you been in Julian, Sandi" I asked, "and how did you get interested in Theater?" "1 moved to Julian with my husband and four children 15 years ago. We had been coming up with relatives to Pinecrest a lot and decided to just move here! I started acting with San Diego Junior Theater when I was 8, and then continued through Junior High and High School. I auditioned for a play at Pine Hills Lodge in 1994 which started my adult theater "career" collecting experience in acting, stage- managing, set-building, working with sets, costumes, lights and sound. The Kinneys are great teachers! Later I went back to college and earned an AA in Theater Arts from Grossmont. I also did a little film and TV, and have performed in a number of the melodramas here in Julian. I helped with productions at Spencer Valley Elementary and Julian High School. "And what is your 'real job' and what do you like to do in your free time?" I quiried. "1 currently work at the Julian Library and at the Miner's Diner. What little free time I have I enjoy spending with my kids and granddaughter, and I love to garden when I get a chance. The Christmas Carol this year has just fallen in place so perfectly from our wonderful cast, choir, musicians to the behind the scenes crew who have been working very hard. We are going to really shine this year." We're very grateful for the community support such as from the Julian Chamber and the Julian News. It's very expensive to produce these shows so if we can get some local businesses to help us underwrite the costs through advertising or sponsonng the play, we can keep the costs down to the public so that everyone can afford to see this intrinsic Christmas story of good will, charity and redemption. Other adults in this year's play that I have not mentioned yet are: Ann Riley (laundress, party guest and choir), Gary Heinlein (Mr Fezziwig and party guest), Ken Starlin (Ghost of Christmas Present and choir), Lee McComb (Old Joe, party guest and choir), Michele Phillips (Mrs Fezziwig and choir), Jean Winslow and Dori Smith (choir). Stay tuned next week for more about the children who are performing in this year's A Christmas Carol. With talent like this, you won't want to miss it so call Sandi for your tickets today, 760-765-3120. In 1864, a hotel in Oregon heated rooms using geothermal energy from underground hot springs. Like a good teacher, Rabobank, N.A. is devoted to you. Our safe and sound approach to community banking allows us to invest our resources in making banking easier and more convenient for you: New, easy-to-use personal online banking Newly upgraded business online banking New eStatements for your Rabobank accounts and credit cards New, simpler telephone banking New branches - 13 in the last year, with more to follow Devoted to You 24 Month CD Personal and Business 2.20 % APY* Let's grow together, Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and get started today. JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-276.5 www.rabobankamerica.com Rabobank Rabobenl~ N.A. Member FDIC www, rabobankamedca.com *Rate subject to change. Requires Rabobank checking account to open (new checking accounts must have a minim um opening balance of S 1.0001, This promotional rate is not available to public funds or brokered funds.The annual percentage yield (APY) of 2.20% is effed:ive as of September 17, 2009.Tbe minimum opening, deposit and the minimum balance to obtain the APY is 525,000, The CD rate is fixed fur the 24 month term, Penalty f~ early withdrawal applies. Triangle Clubs" Annual Community Christmas Party Santa Claus Is Coming To Town Hall by Nancy Kramer Town Hall downstairs wil be turned into Santa's North Pole workshop when the Julian Triangle Club hosts its annual Community Christmas party for youngsters from 5 to 7 PM on Friday, December 4th. Julian-Cuyamaca Volunteer Fire Department will escort Santa to the Town Hall so the youngsters can sit on his lap and give him their list of Christmas wishes. Triangle club will be taking photos of the children with Santa but parents are encouraged to bring their own cameras as well. Parents can sign up for complimentary carriage rides, provided by Steve Philbrick of Country Carriages and Renee Engel of Main Street Carriages. Names will be called in order of sign-up. A variety of complimentary Christmas cookies and snacks will be provided by the Julian Triangle Club members as well as punch, apple cider, hot chocolate and coffee. Miss Julian and Miss Teen Julian will be there to hand out candy canes. There will be an Arts and Craft table for the children and Christmas carols playing all evening long. The Great Meteor Crater of Arizona lies between the towns of Flagstaff and Winslow. Scientists believe that a meteorite struck the earth about 50,000 years ago and dug a hole about 4,150 feet across and 570 feet deep. Julian Certified FARMERS" HARK T "From our farms to your table" CERTIFIED FARMERS -* ARTISANS FOOD COURT - LIVE HUSIC Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 Julian, Ca EVERY SUNDAY II-4 INDOOR & OUTDOOR --- RAIN OR SHINEI Locally Grown Fruits & Vegetables~ Fresh Baked Breads-Jams & Jellie~ j "*~ Cookies & Pastries I, Local Art & Crafts-Massage Fresh Lemonade-Live Music- Wine Tasting Fresh Salsa & Hummus-Retail Shopping at Wynola Farms Marketplace Llama Rides-Kid's Jumping Castle Julian Hard Cider Tasting Coming Soon! Holiday Food Drive Update By Vee Lumpkins We are progressing right along with our annual Holiday Food Drive. Our decorated donation boxes for food items have been placed throughout the community - at the schools and shops in town. We've completed the signup process to receive a box. We have many more applicants this year than ever before and hope we will be able to supply many needs. Money donations are needed to pay for the frozen turkeys and hams plus other additional items. Please send your donations to either; Vee Lumpkins P.O. Box 2228 or Barbara Simpson P.O. Box 1023 Julian 92036. I am at the town hall each morning from 8 a.m. until about ~1 a.m. except Sundays. Many thanks to everyone who has a part in this project. ................. ~-~-