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December 9, 2009 i and Julian 7 Performances Making business banking easier for you Only Adults - $10.00 Children- $5.00 1. What a beautiful month we had in November 2009. At the start, we had lovely warm days. It got cloudy on the sixth day. 'It had rained during the night and all was wet in the morning. We also had a bit of rain on the 13th about .10" and it suddenly turned very cold thereafter. We also had lots of windy days. On Saturday the 28th, it snowed, a beautiful snowfall throughout the day. It began with rain early in the morning. All was covered; about two inches fell in my area. There were patches of snow all around my hills for several days. About an inch was registered in the gauge. 2. My red rose bush had several blooms and one large rose lasted about two and a half weeks. It was the loveliest red rose I've ever had. My white rose bush had so many white roses in the last two weeks, there were two lovely pink roses on the same bush. That was interesting. 3. In my bird garden, I thought most of the birds had left to parts unknown. Now and then, a few finches have made an appearance at their feeders. A couple of hummingbirds show up now and then. I miss all of them. The bluejays are still around as well as many regular birds. 4. Town was a very busy place all month long and much traffic. Things are slowing down a bit. 5. Thanksgiving Day was a beautiful day. Calvary Chapel of Julian once more served a complete turkey dinner to the public all day until they ran out turkey. Many locals and tourists enjoyed the meal. All was great. 6. The night scene on Main Street is something to behold and we are all set for Christmas. The lighting of the huge tree at the museum officially began our celebration. The ceremony took place on the day it snowed, the 28th. 7. We had a near disaster on the 7th day. Someone started a fire about midnight on Main Street. A curb planter box was completely destroyed and part of pole supporting the awning. Our special thanks for the promt response by our very capable firemen. 8. Town Hall was busy almost all month with craft shows and rehearsals for the Christmas Carol play. 9. Now we are looking forward to the wonderful Christmas season wlen we celebrate the birth of our lord and savior. It's a happy time of year. *** I'm Glad I Live In Julian *** 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 pa/ 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 11 a.m. except Sundays. Many thanks to everyone who has a part in this project. "Jeremy's On The Hill" Helping Out With Holiday Toy Drive Many families are in crisis this year and to help families provide a happy holiday for the family, Jeremy's on the Hill, California Style Bistro, is sponsoring a toy and food drive for families in Julian in conjunction with Pathways, a non-profit student and family support center that works with disadvantaged families in Julian. Non ?perishable food and unwrapped toys may be brought to the restaurant located at 4354 Highway 78 between Santa Ysabel and Julian. Additionally, gift cards are being collected for the older children. No time to shop? Monetary donations are also being accepted which will be converted to gift cards for the families. Or, simply mail your gift to PO Box 1026, Julian, CA 92036. "The holidays are a time of giving and we have been so blessed this year, we are happy to share with our friends and neighbors," said Brigida Williams, Chef Jeremy's sister. "We will be providing dinners at the restaurant for some of our local families in need that are working Pathways so they have an opportunity to enjoy an evening out together," said Chef Jeremy Manley. Jeremy's on the Hill is committed to sponsoring at least six families for a full dinner. For additional information, contact Jeremy's on the Hill at 760-765-1587 or Teresa Manley at 760-419-6721. (NAPSA) -- Mental stimulation improves brain function and actually protects against cognitive decline. Posit Science programs increase the quantity of sensory information the brain takes in and improve the quality with which the brain processes and records this information. To llearn more, visit www.PositScience.,com or call (866) 599-6463. Like a good business partner, Rabobank, N,A. is devoted to you. 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The CD rate is fixed for the 24 month term. Penalty for early withdrawal applies. Artist Of The Month Bill Duffy On Disply In The Library William (Bill) Duffy is this month's featured artist at the Julian Library. Bill was born in Highland Park, Illinois in 1934 and attended the American Academy of Art, graduating in 1957 with a degree in commercial art. During a long career as a commercial artist, Bill worked for a number of famous studios including that of Hanna Barbera as well as having his own business, where he produced package designs, signage and other graphic advertising for numerous corporation around Chicago before moving west and falling in with artists from numerous Hollywood studios.. Bill moved to San Diego in 1996 and had a studio in Spanish Village for nearly a decade. He was on the Board of Directors for Spanish Village and a member of Southwest Galleries. He and his wife, Sharon, moved to Sunshine Summit in August of 2006. Bill paints local landscapes, animals, still life's and portraits, particularly of children. Julian Certified FARMERS" M ARKET "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 SHINE! Locally Grown Fruits & Vegetables i .... Fresh Baked Breads-Jams & Jellies- ...... Cookies & Pastries 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! Benefit Evening For "Uncle" Dean Tuesday December 15 At Wynola Pizza Express Please join us for a Fundraiser Dinner for Dean Waggoner at Wynola Pizza Express. Dean has recently been diagnosed with cancer and has no medical insurance. Dean has worked at The Julian Pie Company for over a decade. He and his wife, Tammy who works at Witch Creek Winery, have one daughter and a grandson that live with them. Where: Wynola Pizza Express When: Tuesday December 15th Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Waggoner family wilt receive 25% of the purchase of regular priced menu items during this time. Please call Tina Martin 760-765-2023 or Donna Linton 760-520- 3850 if you have any questions. There will also be a raffle.