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Volume 25 - Issue 17 Wednesday December 9, 2009 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 Julian Woman's Club's Centennial Holiday Home Tour Scheduled This For Friday Friday, December 11 is the Centennial Holiday Home Tour sponsored by the Julian Woman's Club. Tickets are completely sold out for the morning tour, but there are still tickets available for the afternoon tour. Tickets are just $20 a piece and are available at Julian Tea and Cottage Arts on Third Street in Julian, 760-765-0832. Please call to reserve your ticket by Wednesday, December 9th when the sale of the tickets close. Proceeds from this fundraiser go to support our Scholarship program for Julian High School and toward many of our community philanthropies. The afternoon tour leaves the Methodist church on Hwy 78, our meeting place for the tour, at one PM, but participants need to be at the church by 12:30 to receive their car assignments and to shop at our Craft boutique and for Baked goods. This year since we are celebrating the Apple Days Centennial we are visiting five wonderful old homes or Inns that have loads of history connected to them. Each guest will receive a booklet telling the history of each of the places on the tour. New Environmental Center At Girl Scouts" Camp Winacka In October 2009, Girl Scouts, San Diego-Imperial Council began construction on an innovative new Environmental Center at Camp Winacka, one of ourthree mountain camp properties. Located in the Cleveland National Forest, Camp Winacka is a traditional Girl Scout camp, featuring open-air cabins with built-in bunks. Amidst pine trees, fields and Manzanita, girls are encouraged to nurture an outdoor ethic, observing and learning to co-exist with deer, birds, lizards, and wild turkeys in the natural habitat we all share. For many years, Girl Scout program specialists conducted Camp Winacka's nature programs in a 9 x 12 tent. This make-shift facility was not conducive to presenting quality environmental and life sciences programs during the busiest camping season of the year. The camp's new Environmental Center--to be completed in time for the 2010 camping season--will be a state-of-the-art environmental reource facility. We will introduce girls to stimulating education programs and memorable hands-on experiences, at the center, and instill a personal appreciation for nature and a sense of responsibility and stewardship to the land. Our research shows that camping and outdoor experiences consistently rate at the top of both Girl Scout and non-Girl Scout interests, likely because outdoor education provides girls with experiences that safely take them out of their comfort zones and challenge their perceived limits. During the Center's first year alone, approximately 4,800 girls will enjoy entirely new experiences in life sciences, explore valuable ideas for protecting our environment and in the process, gain insights into themselves: we will serve at least 600 girls in our summer resident camps and 4,200 in the day camps we conduct at Camp Winacka nearly every weekend. (left to right above) Nicky England, Jordan Williams and Karly Mahlstedt after staking bales at a November work project. (below) Preparing he bales. (bottom) Testing the plaster, which is made from clay on the girl Scout property Jufian News PO Box 639 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested J PermitNo. 30 III --I Julian, CA i] ! JJlJllJllJllllJJllJJllJJll|llJJllJlJJJll|JllJlllJnllJJ|llJllJJ Small Town Papers TFN 5026 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136-1208 Bah-Humbug Returns "A Christmas Carol" Opens story and photos by Nancy Kramer Eagles Athletics Boys Basketball- Fri. Dec. 11 HOME Mt. Empire HS Mon. Dec. 14 HOME - 5:00 St. Joseph Academy Girls Basketball- Fri. Dec, 11 away- 4:00 @Mt. Empire HS Boys Soccer- Thurs. Dec. 10 HOME - 3:15 Escondido Charter Tues. Dec. 15 away - 3:45 River Valley Girls Soccer- Thurs Dec. 10 away - 3:30 @Escondido Charter Tues. Dec. 15 HOME 3:15 The Rock Academy Football Awards by H. "Buddy" Sei/ert John Culver returns in the role of Ebenezer Scrooge in this years production of 'A Christmas Carol' This week we are .focusing on the children who are in A Christmas Carol. From what I've seen in rehearsals, we have a couple of ery promising budding actresses and actors in this year's performance./ One who stands out above the crowd (partly because she has a large enough part to show Iher talent) is Rachel Alexander, who is playing the Ghost of Christmas Past. In a brilliant inspiration by director Sandra Sladkey, a child ghost would take Scrooge back to revisit a painful period in his youth. Eleven-year-old Rachel is, in my opinion, highly gifted and should be studying acting seriously. She picks up direction as quickly and naturally as she picked up an English accent for her part in this play. Rachel and her family used to live in Julian, but work commitments recently forced them to move to Encinitas. All of Rachel's best friends are still in Julian and she is staying with them this week during our nightly rehearsals leading up to opening night on Thursday, Dec 10th. Rachel is in 5th grade and likes reading and writing poetry and would like to write fiction novels. This is her third time in A Christmas Carol, but she has participated in Christian Youth Theater in Ramona. She has not been able to find a good venue for acting in the Encinitas area yet, but fortunately for us; we have the opportunity to catch her on stage right here! Here is a little about the rest of the children who will be in this year's A Christmas Carol. The Cratchit Family (not pictured Amber Phillips) The Cratchit kids (by age) Amber Phillips (Martha Cratchit) 9th grade "This is my third time doing this play and I've been a cancan dancer in the melodrama and was in a play at my church. I'm taking drama class at high school. My brother and sister and mother are in this play, too." Randy Burke (Peter Cratchit) 7th grade "This my first play and it's a good place to start because I don't have too many lines. I get nervous in front of large crowds, but maybe this will help me get over that. It's fun and I've made lots of new friends. I like to ride my bike and play sports. Happy Holidays to everyone." Taylor Cole (Belinda Cratchit) 4th grade, 9 years old (Ann Reilly's daughter) "It's fun to act because you get to be another person and also make new friends. I like acting and doing homework! This is my first time doing this play, but I've done other plays. My mom, Ann Riley, is in the play, too, as the laundress and charity lady." Nitasha Drake (Sarah Cratchit) 2nd grade, 7 years old "1 live in Warner Springs and was in The Little Mermaid and Cinderella. I used to take gymnastics, but it's too far to drive now--but I still practice gymnastics at home and I love to sing. I don't get nervous on stage. My eighth birthday will be on Dec. 19 and we have a performance that night." Jana Lynn Shapiro (Tiny Tim) will be 5 on Dec 29th. Dori Smith is her grandmother and is in the choir and sings a solo. This is Jana's debut acting experience and she is very outgoing. It's a challenge to keep her from ad- libbing on stage! I asked her how she likes it. "Good. I like playing with the other kids." The Rat Pack (by age) Selah Sladkey (Ash and Girl 2) 13 years old, 8th grade "It's my fourth time in this play and my mom is directing it this year. We like doing things as a family. I've been a cancan dancer and have played my dulcimer in the melodrama olio. I was also in a Christmas play at my church and acted on my mom's radio program when I was really young. I love acting and would like to be an actress. I sing in a band (not named yet) and I like to read. I wish there was a drama club in Julian for kids. I'm home- schooled." continued on page 8 Your 2009 Eagles Football team gathered together for the last time at their Fall Sports Award Banquet last Monday night. 10 members of the 31-man team were selected to the 2009 Southern Conference Football All-League Team. Receiving Honorable Mention awards were John Linton, Senior, Offensive Line/Linebacker, Alberto Hinojosa, Senior, Quarterback/Running Back/ Strong Safety, Conor Gernandt, Senior, Tight End/Defensive Line, Josh Savage, sophomore, Quarterback/Wide Receiver/ Defensive Back and Oswaldo Abarca, Senior, Wide Receiver/ Defensive Back/Kicker. Receiving Second Team Offense honors were Eddie Valenzuela, Senior, Running Back and Robert Braun, Senior, Offensive Line. Eddie was also the rushing leader of the Southern League with 1021 rushing yards gained for the season. First Team Defense honorees were William Brown, Senior, Defensive Line and Andrej Dominguez, Senior, Linebacker. First Team Offense members were Cody Cornette, Senior, Running Back and William Brown, Senior, Offensive Line. Eagles Varsity team awards went to Senior Cody Cornette, MVP; Senior Alberto Hinojosa, Offensive MVP; Senior Andrej Dominguez, Defensive MVP; Senior William Brown, Lineman of the Year; Junior Adolfo Soils, Most Improved and Senior Conor Gernandt, the Hubba Jubba Award. The Underclassmen awards went to Freshman Clint Southcott, MVP; Sophomore Josh Ernst, Offensive MVP and Freshman Cameron Gannon, Defensive MVP. The Eagles are losing 13 varsity players to graduation this year. Current Juniors Jesse Lopez, Johnny Hake, Adolfo Soils and Anthony Dominguez will pick up the traces and take over leading our Eagles next year. Sophs Josh Savage, Josh Ernst, Brett Teusch and Justin Flores will add their experience with this year's varsity to the mix and we should have a competitive team next season. Freshmen Clint Southcott, Colt Anderson and Cameron Gannon will make even bigger contributions to the team next season. Spring Ball starts in late May. That's only six months away ....... Let's go Eagles!