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December 8, 2010 Saturday At The Julian Book House Penelope Dyan And Her Sister Chris Carson Children, Parents, Grandparents and Teachers, come join the fun at the Julian Book House on Saturday, December 11, 2010 Author Penelope Dyan and her sister, Chris Carson, will be at the Julian Book House on Saturday, December 11, 2010 from 11:30 am until 4 pm. Penelope and her sister, better known as the "Sirna Sisters", will entertain those lucky enough to hear them with little songs and poems that they have written. Penny will also have her line of children's books, there for sale. She will be happy to sign any copy that you purchase This is a great opportunity to buy a delightful gift for that special child in your life. She and her photographer husband, John Weigand, have also published a line of wonderful books for children on Endangered Species. This line of books is called: THE COMEBACK KIDS. Book 1 is "The Northern Elephant Seals". The books are full of gorgeous photographs by John. Her most recent book is called: "An Apple a Day-A Kid's Guide to Julian, California". This book is filled with color photographs of stores and special places around Julian. Each photograph has a cute poem about the store or location. This is a true keep-sake for anyone from Julian or as a Prescription Drug Abuse: What You Need To Know According to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, "Abuse of prescription drugs to get high has become increasingly prevalent among teens and adults. Past year abuse of prescription pain killers now ranks second--only behind marijuana--as the Nation's most prevalent illegal drug problem." Prescription painkillers like Vicodin, OxyContin, and Morphine are the most often abused prescription drugs. These drugs, when used as prescribed, provide effective and indispensable medical benefit, but when taken without physician's direction, can be dangerous, addictive and deadly. Extent Of Use • One in five teens nationwide (4.5 million) has abused Rx drugs. • In San Diego County, 13% of 9th graders and 23% of 11th graders are using prescription drugs to get high. • Over a five year period (2002-2007), misuse of OxyContin increased by 30%. • In 2009, 13.4 million young people ages 12-17 said they can illegally obtain prescription drugs in a day or less. • Treatment facilities report that 70% of their cases are prescription drug related. • One in three teens surveyed said there is "nothing wrong" with abusing prescription drugs "every once in a while." • Teens walk across the border daily to sell or trade electronics for Oxycontin. Why Prescription Drugs Are So Appealing To Teens • Society has developed the belief that "pills cure all." • Teens believe that prescription drugs provide a "much safer high" than street drugs, often saying "my parents take them and nothing bad has happened." • 1/3 of teens believe that pain killers are not dangerous or addictive. • Teens are exposed to approximately 1.2 million drug related videos on You Tube per month, 85%. of which promote substance abuse. What Parents Should Look For • Items missing in the house that could be sold--cameras, electronics, etc. • Shelled out pens, matches, lighters, spoons, syringes • Strips of aluminum foil with burn marks • Regularly check your child's bedroom, bathroom, car, backpack and cell phone. • Notice personality changes, mood swings, irritability, excessive energy, sleepiness or avoidance of sleep, forgetfulness, clumsiness, increasingly acting secretive, losing interest in personal appearance and things that used to be important to them, borrowing money or having extra cash, and doing poorly in school. Proper Disposal Of Prescription Drugs • Most teens get prescription drugs from the homes of friends or relatives, and improper disposal also damages the environment. The Julian Sheriff's Department now has a secure collection drop- box inside the sheriff's station where unwanted medications may be turned in anonymously. Medications in containers may be deposited in those containers (all information on containers will be kept confidential and destroyed.) Loose medication can be put into plastic bags available at the collection box and then deposited. (A syringe and needle disposal box is also available outside the sheriff's station.) You Are The Parent--Not Your Child's Friend • Be proactive, confront the issues, and ask the hard questions. Despite what you might think, your teen values your guidance. According to Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, "parents are the most powerful influence on their kids when it comes to drugs, and, when parents set and enforce rules, teens are less likely to engage in risky behavior." ---Drug Free Julian Working together to build a safe, healthy, drug-free Julian! To/earn how you can get involved in the fight to reduce substance abuse in Julian, contact Jean Duffy at 760-765-2228 or at jean. duffy@eccasa.org or attend an upcoming meeting: Drug Free Julian Meeting--Thursday, December 16th--Julian Library--6pm Drug Free Julian Parenting Class--Thursday, January 27th-- Julian Pathways Building at Julian Elementary--8am Slow Down Through Wynola The Sign Of The Times/Speed ZONE Along with the double yellow line, new speed signs are now posted in Wynola right in front of Calico Ranch Orchards. memento for a visitor to our fair city. She also has several books about celebrating Christmas that are filled with delightful photographs of Christmas items taken by her husband. Gingerbread Queen At The Library Actress Mary Beech "The Gingerbread Queen" will visit the Julian Branch Library on Thursday, December 9, 3 PM Children of all ages will enjoy her stories. For more information you can call the library 760-765-0370 1. What a month we had in November 2010! We had all sorts of weather throughout the month. The month began with clear lovely days the first few days. Then it turned cloudy,and stormy. A bit of rain on the eighth day with one quarter inch total in my gauge. Very windy and very cold days for next couple of weeks. Rain began on the 20th day and that extreme cold temperature followed. Lots of frost in the early mornings. Then more misting rain on the 28th. We had much fog, strong winds, extreme cold temperatures and rain, but we did have a few clear warm days as well. It was a wonderful month we long will ;emember. 2. On my daily two mile drive into town of Julian not much in the way of flowers blooming anywhere but, oh, the beauty of the brilliant fall colors on many trees surrounded by evergreens. 3. I had lovely flowers still in bloom in my large flower pots especially the marigolds. Guess they are done blooming after the extreme cold temperatures. The first two weeks of the month, I had two separate bouquets of rosebuds from my white rose bush. They were lovely on my dining table. When they opened up, they were actually a lovely pink in color. 4. The day after Thanksgiving as I was driving into town, about five grown turkeys were crossing the highway in front of me. They had escaped our holiday and rm sure they are glad to be alive and well. 5. Town hall was a busy place with craft shows upstairs and downstairs. A lady by the name of Virginia headed up the craft shows downstairs. She uses the name Vee and has labeled her signs "Vee's Arts & Crafts". Lovely as they are, I have nothing to do with arts and crafts. I only deal with people and cats. Many locals were thinking it was my show. 6. The all day free Thanksgiving dinner given by Calvary Chapel of Julian was a wonderful event. I served as a hostess greeting the people. Many tourists came and some make it a point to come by year after year. There was a steady stream of guests all day and all enjoyed the wonderful meal. What a wonderful ministry Calvary Chapel does each year. 7. We seniors at the town hall are so grateful to all who show us so many kindnesses. We enjoyed the box of apples delivered to us by Mr. Barnes. Every day, we receive donuts, cookies, muffins and sometimes pies from JULIAN PIE COMPANY. On Tuesdays, we receive pies from MOM'S PIE SHOP. On Thursdays we receive specialty breads and pastries from Charles of CANDIED APPLE PASTRY and from time to time we receive bread from DUDLEY'S. Our special thanks to each. 8. It has been a very busy month and a lovely one. Now we're looking forward to a new month, end of the year with many activities for the holidays. We're hoping for some ,warmer days ahead to thaw out from the cold of November 2010. 9. We're hoping everyone will have a wonderful holiday season. *** I'm glad I live in Julian *** [ Parents " Guide l Kids Don't Need To Take A Vacation From Learning (NAPSA) - Your child's education doesn't have to take a holiday when school is not in session. There are a number of things parents can do to promote a love of learning year-round. For example: 1. The U.S. Department of Education has come up with a way to make science lessons at home good, clean fun. Children can learn about surface tension and about change just by blowing soap bubbles. Mix some dishwashing liquid with water and pour it into a pan. Let your children blow through a straw while moving it slowly across the surface of the solution. Ask them to notice the size of the bubbles that it makes. Next, have your children gently touch a bubble with a wet finger and then with a dry finger to see what happens. Finally, look closely at the bubbles. Count the many colors and see if they change. 2. Children can explore fascinating mathematical possibilities in the world around them every day. Ask them to look for symmetry in leaves; count the number, sizes and kinds of trees on your street; and look at the various shapes and patterns of flowers. 3. When. school is out, the library is in. Visit the library with your youngsters and help them find books to pique their interest. 4. According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey, today's kids spend more than 53 hours a week with digital media. This constant interaction EBT Acce Here The Julian News 3 Monday -- Saturday 9 am - 6 Inn Sunday 9 am - 5 pm T60 • 765 • 3200 2117 Main Street l BBBR, WINB & SPIRITS J POPE TREE SERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial with digital media equates to a full-time job. They can enjoy the digital space while learning through "untraditional" means. One useful site comes from Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital curriculum- based content for the classroom. At that site, teachers, students and parents can find: • "Explore the Blue," which "Nutcracker" Comes To Julian Saturday Afternoon This year, Julian residents won't have to drive down the hill to see a holiday tradition. That's because the Dance Centre of Ramona will be performing "The Nutcracker" at the Julian High School gymnasium on Saturday December 11 at 2 p.m. "We are the only Nutcracker production in town," says Chi Varnado, owner of the Dance Centre. "The performances will include Ballet, Modern and Gymnastics. The Mountain Tribal Gypsy, the Julian belly-dancing troupe, will play the Arabian dancers." "Every year we put on a different story ballet," she says. 'Tve been teaching classes to the children of Julian, Ramona and surrounding areas for more than 30 years." The ages of the performers range from three years old to adults. All are enrolled in classes at the Dance Centre. The public is invited to "The Drosselmeyer. As the nutcracker comes to life, so do other toys and figures, and a highlight of the performance is the climatic fight between the nutcracker and the mouse king. After his victory, the nutcracker emerges as a handsome prince, and he and Clara begin a magical journey. They meet the sugar plum fairy on their travels, and after a magnificent tribute, the enchanted evening comes to an end. A Ramona performance will be held on Thursday, December 9th at 6:30' p.m. at the OPMS Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 each at the door or $20 per family. The Julian performance will be held Saturday December 11 at 2 p.m. at the Julian High School gymnasium. New students will be accepted into the classes after the holidays. For more information call Chi Varnado at 760-789-8532. The Nutcracker," the classic tale of. Dance Centre of Ramona is a magical nutcracker, given to located at 2405 Main, Suite 7, Clara by her godfather, Herr Ramona. 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