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December 17, 2008 The Julian News 13 DO Find Out How You Can Get Your Free One Year Home Warranty! Call .Today! ~ ; ............................... ~ ~ .... 7607650035 fax 7607653823 ' ...... : Illlll i~l~ M~:P~al~r#A~i~. J~M~zzOne~ Rbalt~r,~s~i~t~~, ~~~fi~l~r,~ ::"~ iR~l~e~a'R,i~li,~:B~v0K~br~Ss' : i~t~:~ ~~,.~...=o,= ........................... ..... ~.~~ .~ :~at~~. 210 Pale Verde Snow Birds! Small older 1 bedroom cabin on 5 flat acres, 39 miles from Julian. Has electricity and is on water meter with a covered and with screened porch. $90,000. 4428 PINE HILLS ROAD One of a kind architecture. 2 Master suites. 3 BA, + caretakers quarters in main home. Gorgeous wood interiors, tile baths & kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA in guest home. 4 car detached garage. 4.21 Acres of beautifully landscaped all usable property. $938,000 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS 2400 square ft., 2 plus acres, large family room. 2)car garage. Level usable land fully upgraded $629.000 7448 Forty 1 od Trail 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured home/desert Great layout, large deck, nice view of the mountains, built-in bookshelves, plantation shutters, over-sized bathtub. Needs some TLC but has lots of potential. Flat 1 acre, usable yard with a well, 5000 gallon water holding tank and outbuildings. Footings in place for a 2 car garage. Peaceful and secluded. $189,000 848 MANZANITA 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, .38Acre - 1920 Sq.Ft. Huge family room w/fireplace. Perfect home for two separate 1 bedroom, Living units, access from two streets, lots of parking, lovely yard. Enter from Pheasant Drive. $360,000 GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY The Julian Hardware Store and Mercantile has been operating in the same location in the heart of historic Julian since 1949 | Excellent location. Well established. Recently remodeled. [| 37+ACRES, NEWLY REMODELED []1 III 2485 Washington#4 Ill III Consistent income. Locally and tourist supported. 01d JJJl 2 Bd. Cabin On Volcan Mt Hunting & Relaxing, Year Ill III Mob e Home ava able in beautiful o den Nu--et -ark 3bd IIJ III fashioned, mom and pop atmosphere with all your modern IIII Round Stream Runs Near Cabin. Beaut fu 0 d Growth 1ha r m " ' ' v , m Ill day hardware needs. Please call Sprague Realty for more ] Ill Cedars Locked Gate For Secur lv Occas onal nnw- Ill III , e ooeleo Kizcnen, sculpzureo walls, tile Kitchen dining -'" - - n III details. ] J] fall Large Firenlace Warm And CoTv I]] Ill a d entry. Great location, beautiful and private park. $350 " $45,000 J BORREG0 SPRINGS: Beautiful .53 Acre parcel of flat land located on corner lot with water meter installed, electricity close, great views. $66,000 MASON VALLEY: 67 acres of flat land, has well, septic, old shed, trees, views, easy access on S-22. $385,000 CUYAMACA: 34791 NATCHEZ TRAIL, .64 acres, very usable, beautiful trees, septic installed, electricity and water at property. Pad ready to build. $209,000 WYNOLA: 4.74 ACRES TOTAL Wynola: 3.51 Acre wooded parcel with building pad and county approved septic layout for 3BR home. $235,000 Oak Hill Lane: 1.23 acre parcel has county approved septic layout for 2BR. Electricity at corner. Majestic oaks and views. $135,000 .84 ACRES IN WHISPERING PINES: 3BR septic layout. Great access. Beautiful trees. Gentle slope. $160,000 716 HACIENDA DRIVE- KENTWOOD: .47 Acres with septic and water meter, good views, level lot, access on two roads. $124,900 WHISPERING PINES LOT: .22 Acres. County approved septic layout approved for one bedroom home. $53,000 We do property management and weekend vacation rentals. Call us for information! SHELTER VALLEY - 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 1 acre. $1000/mo 859 PINECONE, 3 bdrm, 3 ba, beautiful large home with view. Available furnished or unfurnished, month-to-month or lease. Also available as weekend/weekly vacation rental. Call for details and rates! 2605 PAYSON/LOT A - 2.bedrm, 1bath, $900/mo -'1 bedrm, 1 ba, $750/mo - Studio, $600/mo 3536 LAKEVIEW - 3.41 Acres, 3bd., 2ba., 1320 sq.ft., 2 Story, Deck, 2 Car Gar., $1300/mo 1240 VOLCAN VIEW - lbd., Lower Apartment, Nice Deck, New Carpet, Stack Washer/dryer. Electricity Included $750.00/mo 1180 VALLEY VIEW DRIVE - Private 6ac. Large 1 bd Cabin, New Carpet & Flooring, Close To Town. Washer/dryer $900/mo Department of Conservation Launches New Green Gift Guide Web Site Offers Ideas for Earth-Wise Gifts SACRAMENTO-Justintimefor I,., the holiday season, the California Department of Conservation (DOC) has launched an updated ....................... I ...... and enhanced version of its online guide to help consumers find eco-friendly gifts and decorating ................................... i tips. The DOC created the Green ............ Gift Guide (available exclusively California Department of at to Conservations' new website is promote one of the simplest ways simple to. navigate. to incorporate sustain-ability into consumer lifestyles -- bottle add their own ideas. and can recycling -- and also The siteallows visitors to provide information and ideas suggest additional Web sites on environmentally preferable that offer eco-friendly products. products for the home, office, Users can simply fill out the children, pets and the outdoors. "Suggest a Product" form and Many of the products are made submit it for approval. from recycled bottles, cans and Guests are also encouraged other materials, or otherwise to send a Green Gift Guide incorporate sustainablepractices postcard to their friends and into manufacturing, thereby families to encourage sustainable saving energy and naturalpurchasing practices. resources. Californians recycled 7.6 billion "Beverage container recycling beverage containers during the is on the rise, and the Green Gift flrstsixmonthsof2008,76percent Guide is an easy way for each of the 10 billion sold in the state. of us to close the recycling loop That was a 5 percentage point by buying recycled," said Bridget increase over 2007. By recycling Luther, director of the DOC. billions of aluminum cans, glass "Shopping for recycled content and plastic bottles during that products and other innovative time, Californians decreased items helps us move toward a greenhouse gas emissions more livable world. People may equivalent to eliminating the not realize how many wonderful energy consumption of 11,000 options there are for not only households for one year. buying sustainable holiday and all presents, but for year-round other aspects of the state ETMs shopping as well." beverage container recycling Shoppers can browse through program are paid for with a catalogue of Web sites that unclaimed refunds of CRV feature "green" gifts such as beverage containers, at no cost tableware made from recycled to the state's general fund. glass bottles, a cell phone In addition to promoting charger that uses solar energy, beverage container recycling, low flow shower heads, organic the Department of Conservation clothing and more. maps and studies earthquakes The site provides tips for the and other geologic phenomena; holidays, including eco-friendly classifiesareascontainingmineral ideas for entertaining and deposits; ensures reclamation of New Year's resolutions to help land used for mining; regulates Californians' reduce their carbon oil, gas and geothermal wells; footprint. An interactive blog and administers agricultural and is available for visitors who are open-space land conservation Iking fr additinal ideas nhw prgrams" to be environmentally conscious For more information about throughout the year. Visitors are DOC programs, visit www. encouraged to participate and le I Barbra Schor, Frank Pierce(seated), Thayer and Stephanie Brehm with Geni Cavitt for KGTV lONews, presenting the Leadership Award lONews honors Stephanie Brehm for founding the Leg-Up Ranch, whose mission is to bring hope, strength and inspiration to individuals with life altering challenges through trail rides and personal instruction at the ranch. Stephanie's son, Dylan, was diagnosed with Leukemia at the age of four and after a long and painful battle Dylan thankfully conquered the disease. During those years Stephanie realized just how difficult life becomes when someone you love is going through a terrible "life altering challenge." She decided that she was going to open a ranch where people struggling with illness could come with their families and heal together. This organization has made an enormous difference in the life of others. The woman who nominated Stephanie for this award has been specifically affected by the ranch when she brought her husband who had suffered a traumatic brain injury ten years earlier. Barbara was shocked by how positively influenced her husband was by the experiences he has with the horses. Though his speech has been strongly impaired by the brain injury he managed to explain to Barbara how badly he wanted a horse of his own that he could take care of. When Stephanie heard about this man's wish she showed up at the Schor's house and surprised the family with their very own miniature horse. The Leg-Up Ranch was started in 2004 and Stephanie continues to put her time and effort into this organization. She is assisted by board members and employee's who freely volunteer their timg to help out. Since she offers families to come to the ranch at no charge she relies on outside sources to help her keep this organization alive. Most of the funding comes from fundraising events, grants, and corporate or individual donors. Due to the many economic issues' that are going on right now through Stephanie (above) Stephanie Brehm with Frank Pierce and Laska (below) Frank gives a "thumbs up" to the camera. has found ff increasingly harder to keep the ranch up and running. If you would like to learn more about the Leg-Up Ranch or send them a donation please visit Stephanie Brehm received the lONews Leadership Award on Tuesday November 25, 2008 in the category of Community Action. lONews, broadcast the award' presentation 6:00 on Thursday, December 11, 2008. The lONews Leadership Award recognizes San Diegans who are dedicated to improving our community. To nominate a friend or colleague, log on to and click on "10News Leadership Award" to fill out a nomination form. The lONews Leadership Award committee, made up of KGTV staff members, Volunteer San Diego, and LEAD San Diego members, will review each submission. You can also send a nomination letter to lONews Leadership Award, 4600Air Way, San Diego, CA 92102. Include your phone number and address, as we//as the contact information for the person you are nominating, lONews reporter Geni Cavitt presents the lONews Leadership Award each Thursday on 10News Live @ 6:00. Car Safe Kids continued from page 6 have created a series, of public service announcements that are designed to raise awareness among all parents and caregivers about the importance of securing their children properly in their car. seats. "Informed parents and caregivers are the first line of defense for our youngest passengers traveling on our nation's roads," said NHTSA Acting Administrator David Kelly "LATCH is an effective way to keep children restrained in a vehicle and safe in the event of a crash" For additional information about the LATCH system and other safety measures, visit www. The site includes instructional videos and helpful informational resourcgs .P