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December 15, 2010 The Julian News 7 Over 60 years serving the community we live in. al 24 Hour Emergency Service ......... ~;,~ LWJCOUNClL Ben Sulser, District Manager LOG HOME? NEED FINANCING, REFI ? I SPECIALIZE IN LOG HOMES, DOME HOMES AND BACK COUNTRY CUSTOM MORTGAGES, FHA, VA, CONVENTIONAL, MANUFACTURED, MODULAR REFERENCES AVAILABLE MORTGAGE BROKER BOOKKEEPING SERVICE and ONce File Organization Julie Press Bonded, 28 Yrs Experience QuickBooks Premier, Pro & Online QuickBooks Payroll Let me train you to do ityourself! 760 765 5856 Training Panel Nearly $7.5M To Train Workers. Mike i I ANTHONYIROMAN- The SPECIALIST li California Labor and Workforce NMLS#: 226000 Att0mey-At-Law 619-561-6241 ] / Development Agency's Employment Training Panel IIFAx: 61%74%3667 ~ li I RealEstate, Estate Planning, I (ETP) approved nearly $7.5M I Business and Water Law I in job training projects at its | CELL: 619-316-7732 I |F"L:MMC' TOSH' 42 O L OMII (619) RESIDENTIALI ' 696 9916II meeting on December 8th to [ ]gRIMARY . upgrade the skills of California workers in industries that include II | | 6370LUSKBLVD, F209 Grill 1901First Avenue, Suitell0 I green/clean manufacturing I SanDiego, CA. l and technology, biosciences, healthcare and other key sectors. A total of 38 projects were BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Roger Garay, EA Alpine, CA 91901 • Representing Victims of Serious Accidents • Home Owner Fire Insurance Claims ph T. Dibos approved for funding, five of which support the Healthcare Initiative funded bythe Governor's Workforce Investment Act 15% Discretionary Funds, totaling $898,632. "Over 14,000 California workers , will benefit directly from today's ETP approved training projects," said ETP executive particularly pleased that ETP's training for current workers, as well as for unemp the ability to re-enter the workforce." The approved projects are representati, labor organizations, and workforce investr state. The group includes, Studio Arts, Ltd. for high-tech, computer-based software al picture, television and post-production in˘ Brian McMahon. I am =stment helps fund training oyed workers, giving them Attorney At Law 619-235-0307 jdibos @ 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 No Recovery. No Fee LUERS & DYER, CPAs, lip CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accot~ntlng . Full Servk.e Firm Rebecca Luer,, CPA Jan Eg/er, CPA Personal attention to your special needs Wynola Center • 4367 Hwy, 78, Srtite t 12 • P,O. Box 1934 * Julian, CA 92036 Tel: 760 765~0~ * Fax: 760 765-0150 Email: ,e of business contractors, lent boards throughout the a private training company ld hardware for the motion lustries. With a curriculum designed for the entertainment industry its unions, Studio Arts proposes to train almost 200 workers in ar imation and special effects using computerized techniques. Serving San Bernardino County, Rancho Cucamonga Community Hospital[provides long-term patient care and proposes to train 87 current RNs, LVNs and RTs and 28 newly hired RN, LVN and RT graduates iqskills designed to improve patient care. To view copies of all proposals considered by the Panel at its December meeting please visit the ETP website at www.etp. / ETP is a business and labor backed tate agency that supports job creation and retention through job traiping. Our program assists .employers in strengthening their competitiye edge by providing funds to partially off-set the costs of job skills t[aining that are necessary to maintain high-performance workplace . As a performance-based program, ETP provides funds for trainees Who successfully complete approved training programs and are retaiqed in well-paying jobs for a specific period of time. The program is funded by the EmploYment Training Tax paid by California employers and targets firms threatened by out-of-state and international competition. Since its inceptiqn in 1983, the ETP program has provided close to $1.25 billion to train approximately 760,000 • L workers for more than 77,000 Cahfornm companies. Employers is Happy to ire now • Checking • Savings • Home Equity • Business Banking ~ 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDE Rabobank It's also helpful to realize that this very body that we have, that's sitting right here right now...with its aches and its exactly what we need to be fully human, fully awake, fully alive. -- Pema Chodron In 1990, there were about 15,000 vacuum cleaner-related accidents in the United States. CALIFORNIA WOMEN, INFANTS & CHILDREN ~~~~~~~ " ~;~'r~ ~ i%~s'~*~;~;~:~;;:~,~i *~ ~ " ~,˘41o~ "; ....... * ............................. OPEN DAI[,Y a.m. TO p.m. match training funds awarded through ETP contracts, making these projects true public-private partnerships. For more information about the ETP program, please visit or call 916-327-5640. San Diego Regional Office 760 766 3272 760766 3939 CoxCom, Inc. San Diego ! $199,800 Illumina, Inc San Diego and Aiameda $248,400 Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation San Diego $129,600 Visits always give pleasure--if not the arrival, the departure. Quintiles, Inc. San Diego $231,768 • • • -- Portuguese proverb Vision Quest Industries, Inc. DBA VQ OrthoCare San Diego, Orange and Waste Management of California, Inc. Statewide Academy×, Inc. S tatewide Iron Mountain Information Management Inc. Statewide [ Los Angeles $133,650 $249,8O4- $399,696 $197,910 Holiday Concert At The Library And Caroling in Town The Ramona High School Choir will visit the Julian Library on Thursday December 16th at 4:30 to present a Winter music concert. Led by director Chistyl Thiessen, the student will perform selection from their Winter Holiday Concert. After the performance the choir will stroll MainStreet singing Carols. For more information you can contact the Julian Library 760 765 0370. The perfomance is made possible in part by The Friends of the Julian Library. Kiss The Cow "Fun"-Raiser Not only do teachers and staff at Julian High S hool have to deal daily with teenagers, a new opportunity has presented itself which makes our beloved staff cringe even more. Kiss the Cow; an opportunity to see your favorite teacher/staff undergo public humiliation• In the district office, there are fifteen jars; the teacher with the most money in their jar will have to kiss the bovine. Currently Mr. Munson is in the lead with $8.80, followed by Mr. Aumann with $6.16 and lastly Mr. Pederson with $1.26. Rowlynda Moretti will be bringing in her calf on December 14, providing all students and staff a little entertainment during the hectic week of finals•