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The .k Backcountry Cuyamaca, Santa abel, Shelter lley, Mt. Laguna, Ranchi , Sunshine Summit, Warner Volume 28 - Issue 20 Wednesday December 26, 2012 Julian, CA. ISSN 1937-8416 uNews t PO Box 639 Julian, CA. 92036 Change Service Requested II,l,,I,,I,,I,hl,,I,,I,,I,,l,h,l,hlh,,,ll,,,,lll,,,l,l,l,I Small Town Papers TFN 217 W Cota St Shelton WA 98584-2263 Julian Estate-Association Gets Into-The Spirit Of Giving The Julian Real Estate Association (JREA) has chosen this year to donate $500 towards the medical care for Brooklin Butts, a young child who is fighting cancer. Brooklin is the daughter of Rory and Meghan Butts, (Rory grew up in Julian) and the Granddaughter of Debbie and Rick Butts who have lived and worked here for many years. The JREA chooses to donate to a worthy cause every f U E S n I Y holiday season. Donations have been made every year for at least the past 20 years. In the past they have chosen needy fa'milies and the Holiday food drive. JREA also donates $300 every year to the Fourth of July Parade Committee, and always presents large monetary scholarships to graduating Julian High School seniors. The Julian Real Estate Association is a loosely organized group of local real estate brokers Julian Real Estate Association members wishing you Happy Holidays and a prosperous new year and agents who pay dues inPictured left to right," back row: Steve Kerch, Kirby Winn. Middle row." Kurt Stuber, Lori Roberts, ' order to support the community. Jane Brown-D'arche, Deborah Kerch, Melo-de Savage, Cyndi Kasper, Kaaren Terry, Carre St The JREA has a monthly caravan meeting where the new listings of Andre, Merlei Cassell. Front row." Juli Zerbe, Sheryll Rainey Strickland, Veronica Clark. each memberare caravanned by Properties, Julian Realty, Melo- for JREA, agents. They are along smoothly. Finding lenders Looking For the group. The caravan is agreat de Savage of Allison James, the JREA's business partners, willing to loan on the uniqtile tool that allows each memberand Orchard Realty. Affiliate These affiliates know personally properties in the backcountry to see and become familiar with members include: Eagle Peak and work closely with each is often challenging for JREA each of the properties listed Escrow, Oakwood Escrow, Ticor JREA member to assist in themembers. Theresa Tynan of JR Please help the American by fellow members PropertiesTitle, Chicago Title, Fidelity Title complicated business of realBradley Mortgage (760) 787- Legion .Auxiliary is accepting listed by non-member officesand W.J. Bradley Mortgage.'estate. These members attend 0111 in Ramona is a top notch donations of good, clean, used and out of town brokerages When properties are bought and the meetings, give the latest broker who has been licensed jackets, sweatshirts, rain wear are not caravanned and do not sold through these businesses information on issues and give for 28 years, Getting loans for and blankets, receive the same exposure, the buyers and sellers areeducati0nalclassesformembers, rural properties, first time home These item will be delivered to JREA members sell the largest indirectly supporting the For title insurance, easement buyers and ranches are her the La Jolla Veterans Hospital percentage of properties that are worthy causes of Julian. When and other issues that commonly specialties and she is coming and The San Diego Veterans sold in Julian because they love properties are bought and sold arise in rural real estate the through for JREA transactions Village and the homeless. Julian and are therefore the. most through non-members nothing JREA often relies .heavily on: on a continual basis. The weather is turning coldlikely and qualified to sell homes goes to the community and the Ticor Title (Lori Roberts and Introducing the members ofthe and many do not have the in Julian. Members cooperatecommissions and proceeds from Caroline Hornblower), Fidelity Julian Real Estate Association: warm clothing needed to make with one anotheron a daily basis the sales leave Julian. Listing Title (Kurt Stuber), and Chicago Carre St Andre: Mountain it through the winter. Your items representing both buyers andproperties .with JREA members Title (Carina Armstrong). For Farms Realty (760) 765-0111, may be dropped off at The sellers to close transactions is the best way to sell while also. excellent escrow services Realtor. Licensed for 3 years American Legion Pos: 468 Insmoothly and professionally, contributing to the welfare of the members enjoy working with:and has lived in Julian for 18 Julian, 2Nd And Washington.The member offices are: Apple community. Eagle Peak Escrow (Kati Moretti) years., "With a high level of We hope you have a Merry Junction Realty, Apple TreeThe JREA has a number of and Oakwood Escrow (Kitty Toft). commitment in a variety of Christmas and thank you foryour Realty, Judy Raines and Veronica affiliate members who act as Having a great escrow officer community support. Clark of Coldwell Banker, Julian a professional resource team really helps a transaction move continued on page 7 Santa Visits The Legion - Photos Page 9 Good Deeds Stick To The Heart Back in early November Spencer Valley School students began an inquiry into kindness. Their first project, researched in groups, found good deeds done around the world and locally. The fascinating reports ranged from students learning about the Smile Train Organization where doctors go into countries and perform surgeries for kids with cleft palates for little or no cost; to reports on turtle defenders, tiger rescuer George Schaller, and continuing relief to Haitians. They also looked through our own Julian News and found many good deeds being done right here in our own community, people taking CPR classes, students of the Junior class helping with the local carnival, to name a few, and folks organizing their own goods to support others. From there, students generated their own lists of activities they wanted to do for others Activities were chosen from their ideas and organized by the staff and parents. Items needed were collected throughout the months of November and December. Pajamas were collected for foster children and delivered to Scholastic Books, which matched the pajama donations with a book and delivered them. This past Thursday, after the Winter Program of singing and dancing, the floor was cleared in the Creative Arts room as parents and students got to work. They assembled donated socks and sundries for Interfaith Shelter Network, rolled out and cut dog cookies for the dogs of the homeless at another station for distribution by a Ramona continued on page 5 Basketball. Boys Saturday Jan. 05 @ SCY High School 7:30PM Tuesday Jan, 08 @,Saint Joseph Academy 5:45PMII Saturday Jan. 12 HOMEII High Tech High 7:00PMI Monday Jan. 14 Calvary Christian Academ Wednesday Jan. 16 *@ Calexico Adventist School Friday Jan. 18 *Vincent High School Basketball- Girls Tuesday Jan. 08 @ Saint Joseph Academy 4:15PM Wednesday Jan, 09 @ Ocean View Christian Academy 4:00PM Saturday Jan. 12 HOME High Tech High 5:30PM Monday Jan. 14 HOME Calvary Christian Academy 5:00PM Friday Jan. 18 HOME * Vincent Memorial Catholic HighSchool 5:00PM Wednesday Jan. 30 HOME * Mountain mpire High School 5:00PM Friday Feb. 01 HOME * Borrego Springs HS 5:00PM Wednesday Feb. 06 * @ Warner High School 4:00PM Soccer- Boys Tuesday Jan. 08 @ Classical Academy High 6:00PM Wednesday Jan. 09 @ FootHills Christian High School 3:00PM Thursday Jan. 10 HOME Calvary Christian Academy 3:30PM Monday Jan. 14 HOME Calexico Adventist Mission School 3:15PM Tuesday Jan. 22 HOME Classical Academy High I:30PM Tuesday Jan, 29 @ Calvary Christian Academy Soccer- Girls Tuesday Jan. 08 @Classical Academy 4:00PM Wednesday Jan. 09 @FootHills Christian 6:30PM Monday Jan, 14 @CalexJco Adventist Mission School 3:00PM Tuesday Jan. 22 HOME Classical Academy High 3:30PM Friday, Jan.25 HOME FootHills Christian 3.'15PM Wednesday Jan. 30 @ Borrego Springs HS 315PM Friday, Feb. 1 HOME Vincent Memorial 3:15PM Tuesday Feb, 05 @ Mountain Empire High School 3:15PM Wrestling Saturday Jan. 12 @ Hilltop tourn g:00AM Thursday Jan. 17 HOME ANA-Christian 4:30PM Wednesday Jan. 23 @ Citrus Tri Guajome Park 4:00PM Wednesday Feb. 06 @ Citrus Tri Mountain Empire High School 4:00PM Saturday Feb. 16 @ CIF Divisional ....... : !::: : !:: ::: The Julian Chamber of Commerce Wishes You and Your Family A Very Happy Holiday Season and Prosperous New Year ASSOOIATION t i t