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December 15, 2010 The Julian News 5 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765,2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 WE-8690A License #945348 Holiday Specials In The Friends Of The Library Bookstore The Friends of the Julian Library announce two special holiday promotions. From December 15 through Christmas, every child who comes into the library bookstore may choose one free book for her or his own reading. For the same period, all books in the store will be half price. The store has many holiday books in addition to its large selection of clean, gently used fiction and nonfiction. The bookstore hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Only One Week Remains In Annual Holiday Food Drive by Vee Lumpkins How quickly time is fleeting. We have already made much progress in our Holiday Food Drive. We have decorated and placed our donation boxes for food items at shops in town and at schools. We have already many applications from locals to receive a package of food for their Christmas dinner. Distribution date is Tuesday December 21st at town hall downstairs at 8:00 a.m. We are completely leaning on money donations to pay for the purchased items. Please make checks to either Vee Lumpkins or Barbara Simpson P.O.Box 2228, Julian, CA 92036 or drop off at the town hall Chamber office. Our sincere thanks to all who have a part in this with us. Jeremys Offers Free Photo With Santg Plus Holiday Toy Drivel On Wednesday, December 22 from 4pm - 7pm, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be visiting Jeremy's on the HilIT "1 heard there were a few boys and girls in Julian who didn't get to see Santa at the Christmas Tree Lighting, so Mrs. Claus and I are coming back to visit" said Santa. Kevin Winter, Photographer and Sous Chef at Jeremy's on the Hill, will be taking free photographs which will be ready for pick up the following evening. "We are also collecting toys and gift cards which will be distributed by Julian Pathways for children and teens in the Julian area," said Teresa Manley. "Julian Pathways is a fantastic organization in our community. They are a wonderful resource and do so much for our local families," Continued Teresa. "Last year, we had several business and community members drop off checks at the restaurant and we turned them into gift cards which are awesome for older children and teens" said Chef Jeremy Manley. Unwrapped toys and gift cards can be dropped off at Jeremy's everyday between 10am and 9pm. Please call Jeremy's on the Hill 760.765.1587 for more information Never by Michele Harvey Seem To Get My House Empty Enough I know people who have specific places for every single thing they own. I've seldom lived a life where all my belongings could be easily categorized. I try !o stay organized, but don't ever seem to be quite as organized as I d like. Lately I seem to be more driven toward finding things I know I have, within the first hour or so that I search. If I dont find a thing'Within that One hour, I get distracted and my energies head a different direction. The most obvious place to look for my Christmas fabrics is in the storage closet adjoining my sewing and work room. The closet is about eight feet by twelve feet, a full eight feet high and filled with shelves that are two foot deep. The shelves are full with boxes of my stuff. Right away I looked at about half the shelves and in at least ten boxes of fabric. I looked in the easiest places, removing a few things to sell in my store or to give to people who will care about them and not keep them in a storage closet. In the middle of my storage closet is a full roll of batting. Batting is what I use to fill the insides of quilts. The roll is about four feet in height and about three feet in diameter. Last night I finally got around to moving the batting and of course my Christmas fabric was in a box labeled Christmas Fabric and the box was sitting on a low shelf just waiting for me to rid it. It was where it was supposed to be and it was literally the last place I looked. This week of looking for my Christmas fabric has given me some adventures. I found lots of things I wasn't looking for; I got rid of several things no longer needed, like a 2006 propane bill; I now own fewer things than I did a week ago, which is a constant goal for me and I found my Christmas fabric. Since I plan to sew quite a few Christmas crafts in the next month or two; I placed the box of Christmas fabrics in the middle of my work room floor. I'll leave it there close to my sewing machine until I move on to new projects, then I'll put it back on a shelf where it's easier to see. Life in our house may be frustrating when we can't find things, but it's never boring. Now, if I can just get rid of a few more things each month. These are my thoughts. 2902 Washington Street Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 and Sat 9:00 to 5:00 CLOSED on Sundav ACCEPTING CAflFORNLA~ WO~EN, It~ANT$ A CHKDREN Groceries Produce. Sundries Beer. Wine Liquor Dry Cleaning Lotto Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County"Meat Department U.S.D.A. Choice Bee[ Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Speci[ications Ni612 I Brass Band Offering Free Christmas Concert "The concert will be at the both by famous composer Leroy Ramona Main Stage theater, Anderson. But aside of those, http://www.ramonamainstage, younger ears might be excited com/ starting at 3:30 PM and by music from the POl ular and will be in three segments, iconic movie, "The Nightmare with the concert band with an Before Christmas" as well as intermission, a special portion "The Polar Express". featuring a big band assembled The price is right, free, and it's from the Ramona Town Hall all for a good cause. That is, the Brass Band and will close with a restocking of the local thrift store musical rendition of"AVisitfrom after having distributed their St. Nicholas" including a reading supplies to those in need. of the famous poem. Think of it this way, it's a free It is expected that the jolly old concert, so all it costs you is elf may make appearance to take some time to help out those those Christmas gift wishes, and that need it by bringing in some pose for a picture or two and this canned goods or toys or clothes will close the afternoon, that need a good home, and Fans of traditional band music you leave with maybe a bit more will be delighted to hear "Sleigh Christmas Spirit. Now who Ride" and "Christmas Festival", could turn THAT down Scents Of The Season (NAPSA) - There's good news for the estimated 50 million American homeowners who opt for the convenience of artificial holiday trees. Choosing this no-fuss festive decoration no longer means depriving yourself of the nostalgic Ornaments can add the nostalgic scent of fresh pine to fake trees. scent of fresh pine. There's an easy way to add that inviting scent to fake trees and other holiday decorations. One way to make the mood in your home merrier is to decorate with scented ornaments called ScentSicles.(r) Infused with pure fragrance oils, the ornaments can make any tree smell fresh cut for weeks. You can stash them in the tree, hang them as decorative ornaments, or use them in floral arrangements. They also make a timely holiday hostess gift: Easy to use and biodegradable, the ornaments are safer for children and pets than other home fragrance products. There are three distinct fragrances of the season: Douglas Fir, Blue Spruce or White Pine. The ornaments are available seasonally at Walmart, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Michaels and Hallmark stores. For more information, visit www. and www. Highwire Playing Live Music December 19th at Julian Certified Farmer's Market Highwire has been playing the Julian Certified Farmer's Market now for one year, since the inception of the market. Long time residents and supporters of organic food inthe Wynola area, they play an eclectic blend of original tunes that harken to an east west sensibility. Their music stems from many musical branches and collectively they have many decades of experience behind them. Their diverse instuments include the dumbek drum, ukelele, accordian, guitars, haromonica and bass. They play at least one Sunday a month at JCFM to support their endeavors. Included in the picture: John Raifsnider, Coko Brown, Kathleen Beck and Jim Lydick.