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December 26, 2012 The Julian News 3 Local E, perience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ESTIMA Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. License #945348 92036 WE-8690A Tis The Season To Recycle Your Foam! Tips to Help Julian Residents The holiday season is upon us which means gifts and parties, This also means that your trash and recycling bins will be filled to the rim. One item that belongs in the recycling bin this holiday season is your foam, which is often mistakenly referred to as Styrofoam, electronic packaging and foodservice foam. And, Julian makes recycling easy by offering curbside pickup. By recycling your foam, you give it a chance at a second life. One manufacturer in Chino, Calif., uses the material to make beautiful picture frames and crown molding. Other manufacturers use it to make baseboards, nursery packaging, and pens. So this holiday season, instead of throwing electronic packaging and foodservice foam into the trash, recycle it. Not only will you be helping the environment, you will be helping our economy by supporting companies that manufacture here in California with recycled material. Together we can all help create a sustainable future for our communities. To best recycle foam, here are some tips for you to follow: #1: Make sure what you are recycling is recyclable. You don't want to put something in your recycling bin that isn't recyclable. To figure out if it is recyclable look for the triangle on the bottom of the material. If there is a 6 inside of the triangle, then you can recycle it. Foam comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, including food containers, coffee cups, packaging material, and egg cartons. #2: Rinse your foam before recycling. Before you recycle your foam container, make sure that it is free of food by rinsing it well before you put it in the recycling bin. #3: Don't forget to put your foam where it belongs. Be sure this holiday season to place your foam in your curbside recycling container so that it is able to get a second chance at life. #4: Spread the word! Tell your neighbors and community members that they are able to recycle foam in their curbside containers. #5: Recycle year round! Continue your holiday foam recycling throughout the year. Your community offers a service that makes it easy. Make it a News Years Resolution to recycle throughout the year. b 3rd Thursday ............. the Month January 1 7th 2:30-4:30 I Julian Julian Jr. High Teen CERT Graduation by Diane Hake Due to the vision of our educators Julian continues to lead the nation with disaster preparedness training in the school system. I asked the Teen CEnT members how the training has benefited them. Clearly, the Teen CEnT program has strengthened our students. The following is the general consensus: Improved self-confidence I'm more observant of my surroundings Opened up unexpected opportunities I can and have helped others with what I've learned in disaster medical Learning skills while I have fun, i.e. moulage make up for scenarios Networking with amazing people - nationwide Becoming friends with kids that have been in school together for years ,. Joining the Explorer Program with other Teen CEnT members Adding substance to my college and work resumes Respecting the importance of community service I like teaching others about disaster preparedness Personal responsibility Congratulations to our most recent graduates: Kiara Balcone, LaKota Booth, Taylor Cole, Alec Helm, Katie Huggins, Monse Jimenez, Kaleigh Kaltenthaler, Esme Killiane, Jed Kron, Daisey Lynch, Chris Meza, Juliana Riccio, Samantha Rousseau, Lizet Pinedo Valenzuela, Patrick Vandewalle and Chelsea Vickers. Thank you to Teen CEnT members Trevor Denny, Lizzie Newgard, and Rose Kelly Thomas for their assistance. Holiday Parties--Safety First The holidays are in full swing--with all of the decorating and lights, shopping, gift-giving, connecting with friends and family, and of course parties. When you have a party at your house, you are responsible for your guests. Planning a holiday party must include thoughts toward safety, especially if you are serving liquor. Here are some tips to aid in your planning: Always serve food. Make sure healthy and filling foods are on the menu. High protein and carbohydrate foods like cheeses, crackers, and meats stay in the stomach longer, which slows the rate at which the body absorbs alcohol. Liquor hits an empty stomach faster; food also provides something to do besides drink. If you do offer alcohol, serve it with a non-carbonated mixer, like fruit juice. The body absorbs alcohol faster when mixed with carbonated beverages. Designate one person topour drinks so they can be aware of how much alcohol each guest is drinking. It is also smart to have plenty of non-alcoholic alternatives. It's thoughtful because more people these days don't drink. The overall atmosphere does make a difference and you should keep the focus off the liquor. Consider adding games, gift-giving, and entertainment. And don't rush to fill empty glasses or force drinks on your guests. Not wanting to be rude, some guests will accept drinks they don't really want. Never allow teens to drink alcohol. If you have young people at your party, be a role model. Remember that your behavior is a major UC CANDLES .GRAPE TRAY WALL ART ,SOAPS LOTIONS Downtown Julian - Cole Bldg. 2116 Main Street - Up Stairs CAUFORNIA; WOMEN, IN[ANTS & CHtt.OREIN Groceries. Fresh Produce. Sundries Beer. Wine. Liquor Dry Cleaning. Lotto. Scratchers Full Service "Best in the County" M(tat Department U.S.D.A. Choice Bee[ Buffalo Meat Special and Holiday Orders, Cut to your Specifications OPEN DAILY 6a.m. TO 8p.m. influence on teens, especially your own children. Providing alcohol to minors is against the law. If teens come to a party at your house and are served alcohol, you can be cited as a social host and face a $1,000 fine and the possibility of going to jail. Stop serving alcohol as the party begins to wind down. Bring out a nice dessert and coffee, tea, soda or juice. Although coffee does not sober anyone up, it does signal a change of scene and also gives your guests time for their bodies to absorb the alcohol they have consumed. Finally, never drive under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicating substance. Never get in a car with a driver who is under the influence. And never let a guest leave your home if they have had too much to drink--NO MATTER WHAT! Drug Free Julian Community Coalition wishes all of you and your, families a safe and happy holiday season! DFJ meets the second Thursday of every month at the Julian Library- 6pm Jean Duffy--Coordinator (760)765-2228 Motorists Prepare For Change With New Laws New rules that govern the California driving public will go in effect on January 1, 2013. These rules are the product of legislation passed by the Legislature and signed into law by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in 2012. "The changes to California's traffic safety laws are designed to protect the motoring public," said California Highway Patrol (CHP) Commissioner Joe Farrow. "Citizens are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these new laws in advance of the new year. Adhering to the rules of the road may save your life, or the lives of your fellow motorists." The following are summaries of some of the new laws taking effect January 1, 2013: Driving Under the Influence (An 2020, Pan) The law no longer allows a person who has been arrested and is suspected of driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs, the option of a urine test. Prior to this change, a person had the option of submitting either urine or blood to determine the drug content of their blood. Charter-Party Carriers of Passengers: Alcoholic Beverages: Open Containers (An 45, Chesbro) This new law prohibits underage drinking in charter-party carriers (limos, buses, etc.) and makes the carrier and driver responsible for communicating this to their passengers. 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