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December 15, 2010

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December 15, 2010 A Whole Lot Of Planting Going On, At Hunter's Camp On Volcan Mountain story and photos by Jeff Holt On Wednesday, December 8th, the Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation invited 24 Warner Springs students to plant 50 California Live Oak trees in a newly purchased area of the mountain called the Hunter's Camp. The Julian News 3 & We have all the O=l 's tool. Monday -- 9 am - 6 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 Inn Jr Hi Students Help Out Legion Auxiliary At VA Hospital ULIAN 760 765 1020 fES FER YEAR -3 Pictured are Junior High Students Bella, Ashley, Chelsea, Diana, Eva and parent helper Lysa. They delivered holiday cards they decorated to Auxiliary coordinator Rebecca Rich. The American Legion Auxiliary are taking gift baskets to veterans at the VA hospital on December lOth and the holiday cards will be included. The Julian Book House Presents Local Resident Author, Steven D. Bennett Saturday, December 18Th Steve Bennett is a local Julian resident who has published many poems and short stories. His latest publication is a novel: Trace the Dead Eye. Steve will be signing his novel at the Julian Book House on Main Street in downtown Julian, on Saturday, December 18th from 11:30 to 4 PM. This is a great book for mystery lovers. Come in and meet Steve and have him sign one of his books for you. His book would make a great Christmas gift! In his novel, Trace the Dead Eye, Trace is out to find a murderer, not an unusual task for a Private Eye. There's only one problem; he was the victim. Now he walks the dark streets searching for his killer, but his true desire is to reconnect with his wife and son and be the husband and father in death that he wasn't in life. But as his search intensifies, he finds the safe world of his family and the violent one of the streets begin to slide closer together, and there's nothing he can do to stop it. Q [. ;ates Open 7 Days 7a.m, to Dark Office- M-F 9 to 4 dosed Sat S J wmances Remaining People Tuned Away at tile door RESERVED SEATING Adults - $10.00 Children - $5.00 Under 13 Spearheaded by Sherri Freeman, a teacher at Warner Springs school, the group of kids met Jeff Holt, Carol Pike, Ron Granquist and representatives of San Diego Parks and Recreation for orientation and a trip up the mountain. The students spent most of the day using post-hole diggers, shovels, spades, and wire to plant the 50 seedlings grown from acorns in the Warner Springs area. The students broke into work parties with adult supervision. They planted the seedlings in previously marked areas, making sure the plants were "gopher and deer proof." Tt e trees are said to have a 50% survival rate and watering will be a problem. One solution is to have students and members of the Volcan Board monitor the soil and to make sure the trees remain moist. @ All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial and .es g Ms. Freeman is very excited about the project and wants to have in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 some of her older students become involved in'the process. The Volcan Mountain Preserve Foundation is also excited about future educational and outreach programs: Eventually, the area knovgn as the Hunter's Camp will offer facilities and an amphitheater as well as a nature trail. "Serving the Community of Julian" GATED, SECURE STORAGE SITES -- FULLY ENCLOSED YARD INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS SITE FOR MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT STORAGE Students Shares Her Outskle Storage- Trailers, Boats, Cars, RV's Unit Sizes - 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20~ 10x30 Interest In Fire Service With Others by Charianna Steiger 7th grade student, Julian Junior High On Friday, November 19th, at as the instruction prepares the Club Live afternoon program, me for ", "EMS", and I did a presentation to the 6-8th "PARAMEDICSi The intensive graders about my involvement training will help me also to with the Julian-Cuyamaca prepare for my Chosen career in Volunteer Fire Department. I the fire service. am part of the Fire Explorers Thank you Bat!alion Chief group. I talked about the weekly Steven Sheppard, Scott Dell activities we do such as: "goat" and everyone else on the hikes, P.T., search and rescue, department who helps with this hose layouts, CPR techniques very worthwhileand educational and other fire related training, opportunity, I really enjoy this program 3582 Highway 78 at Newman Way Fax 765-2797 All that I have accomplished has been by that plodding, patient, persevering process of accretion which builds the ant heap particle by particle, thought by' thought, fact by fact. -- Elihu Burritt Scouts From Troop 690 Get Fit Boy Scouts from Troop 690 personal bests in push ups, sit sponsored by American Legion ups running and the like. The final Post 468 have been working on test came from Coach Tim White their physical fitness. The boys from Julian High school who worked diligently over a twelve counseled and quizzed the boys week period focusing on theon what they have learned. The various facets of fitness. Areas end result was awesome. All the covered included mental health, boys learned about themselves focusing on positive attitude and and their bodies and earned the self esteem. Proper diet and personal fitness merit badge. A eating right and physical health, special thanks to Coach White tracking their physical activity for his time and expertise and over a twelve week period. All the American Legion for their the boys had to improve their support. Front, Justin Van Bibber, Back L-R, George Keane, Derrek Rousseau, Mark Estes, Dustin Jenson, Coach Tim White, Sawyer Cirrilo, Ben Beaty, Jake Cirrilo, Gregory Conitz, Mike Van Bibber I