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nmlLqUUUllNl.nuuu InmmmnqmullUlml I nmllJit]emtuilnmummmljlimimtmumuunuaummmuluimlnnuuiiuimJ |m NNNNIlUI ell 8 The Julian News FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis December 28, 2008 Happy New Year from Lake Cuyamaca: Those who braved the elements had some success using bait with scent in open water. With a warming week in the forecast the trout appetite should return. Trout inventory is large in numbers and quality of fish. These Jess Ranch trout are outstanding with full tails and fins, great taste, plus an attitude for the fig ht. Junior Water Fowl Hunt is Feb 6, 2009. Open to hunters 12-15 years of age!!! Send post card with Name, Age, Hunting License number, Address and Phone number, to : Lake Cuyamaca Jr. Water Fowl Hunt, 15027 Hwy 79, Julian Ca, 92036. to be entered in drawing .. WINTER HOURS DECEMBER 1, 2008- JANUARY 31, 2009 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8AM-4PM Saturday 6AM-4:30PM. SUNDAY 10:00 A.M.- 4:30PM Wednesday LAKE is CLOSED Trout Bait: 12-16"inch leader, night crawler smeared with scent fished below a bobber, or Power Bait fished off the bottom. (Pautzkes Krill gel or liquid Krill scent) Best Trout Lures: Orange Rapala, Yellow Roster Tail, Gold Panther Martin. Use scent (Krill gel works best) Best Trout Spots: Lone Pine, Dike, Chambers Park, Trolling entire lake. Notable: Konner VonDerlieth, Lakeside, 51bs 8ozRainbow, Power bait, Pumphouse Cove. Wade Blackwell, 31bs Rainbow, orange Power bait, Tee Dock. Fly Fishing: Try a Matuka or a Wolly Bugger worked slow on the fall. " Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 1/2 miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. Free Fishing Class Saturday at 10:AM: Ranger Willard will teach cold water Trout tactics Prognosis:!! Warming weather combined with all the runoff should have the trout on the chew this week. Fish bait with scent close to shore, open bail and let them take it. Lake level has came up over 2 and 1/2 feet. Lots of feed from runoff and recently flooded shore line. Dress warm as there isce in the morning. Water Fowl results: (2) Mallard (1) Green wing Teal, (3) Widgeon, (3) Ruddy THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS NOW OPERATIONAL PRIVATE VESSELS ALLOWED AFTER WASH DOWN! A fee is charged. (boats, mot.ors, float tubs, waders ) More details under boat wash down. For more information: toll free (877) 581-9904, Fax (760) 765- 1749 OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8 OUTDOOR TIPS E CAREPt.IL WHENt HANDLING KEIOENE OR GACOLINE, r--o CONTACT AT COLD TE/PEIATURE, CAN INDUCE I:ROTJ31TE... ; > .= LL Understanding The New Veterans Educational Assistance Act (NAPSA)--For individuals who served on active military duty on or after September 11, 2001, a new piece of legislation can help further education goals-- or perhaps create new ones. The Post-9/ll Veterans Educa- tional Assistance Act of 2008, also known as the Post-9/ll Gl Bill, provides veterans with financial benefits for any approved program offered by a school that is autho- rized to grant an associate (or higher) degree. These questions may help shed light on the subject for people who have recently served or are cur- rently serving in he military, as well as their families: Q. Am I eligible? A. You may be eligible if you served at least 90 aggregate days on active duty after September 10, 2001. You may also be eligible if you were honorably discharged from active duty for a service-connected disability and you served 30 con- tinuous days after September 10, 2001. Q. When can I receive bene- fits under the Bill? A. Post-9/ll GI Bill benefits are payable for training that Current and recent military per- sonnel may be eligible to receive educational funding. begins on or after August t, 2009. No payments can be made under ,this program for training pursued before that date. Q. How much will I receive? A. Based on your length of active-duty service, you may be entitled to a percentage of the following: Cost of tuition and fees, not to exceed the most expensive instate undergraduate tuition at a public institution of higher education; / Monthly housing allowance equal to the basic allowance for housing payable o a military E-5 with dependents. The amount of the housing allowance is based on the ZIP code of the school and is not payable to individuals train- ing at half-time or less or attend- ing distance learning; ,e Yearly books and supplies stipend of up to $1,000 per year (paid to you); and ' A one-time payment of $500 paid to certain individuals relocat- ing from highly rural areas. Q.How many months of assistance can I receive? A. Generally, you may receive up to 36 months of benefits under the Post-9/lt GI Bill. Q. How long am I eligible? A. You will be eligible for bene- fits for 15 years from your last period of active duty of at least 90 consecutive days. Q. Can I transfer my entitle- ment to my dependents? A. If you are a member of the Armed Forces on August 1, 2009, the Department of Defense (DoD) may offer you the opportunity to transfer benefits to your spouse or dependent children. DoD and the military services will issue policy on entitlement to transferability benefit in the coming months. For up-to-date information on this and other education benefits, visit www.gibill.va.gov. December 31, 2008 PETS OF THE WEEK Sprite is a male 3 year old Spaniel Mix who arrived at the shelter as a stray. Weighing in at about 201bs., this merry little man loves exercise time in the yard and will hop about like a bouncy ball to express his enjoyment. The shelter is a scary place for Sprite, so he is shy at first meeting you, but warms up to the volunteers who walk him. When he is not a doggy spring, he enjoys hanging out with his human pals as well as the company of other dogs. Because of Sprite's initial shyness, gentle, older kids would be best. This joyful guy can be adopted for $69. ID# A1257772 Tag#C615 Providing Quality Care For Patients... And The Planet (NAPSA)-Increasingly, saving the planet while saving lives is becoming part of the mission of health care institutions. This is true at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire, Wis., where the institution's leadership has emphasized environmentally responsible, "green activities." They believe that this has helped to position the organization as an industry leader in environmental initiatives. "Quality care for our patients is our primary goal, but taking care of the environment also is a top priority," explains Steve Ronstrom, chief executive officer. "We strive to integrate green programs because we recognize the fundamental link between healthy people and a healthy environment. "We are dedicated to protecting the. environment in every way possible," Ronstrom adds. "Our green initiatives are big, but they are easy to implement. Any organization can adopt similar efforts, and we encourage it." Sacred Heart Hospital is focused on green activities day in and day out. For instance, extra food is packaged into meals and delivered to a local food pantry every day. "It is a win-win situation," says Rick Beckler, director of hospitality services and chair of the hospital's Green Team. "People in need are given fresh, nutritious food, and Sacred Heart Hospita is able to reduce costs associated with leftover food being thrown out." Leftovers may be small amounts of food each day, but over time- the impact is significant. In 2008, I had rather be on my farm than be emperor of the world. - George Washington THE BIRDWATCHER Everything For People Who Love Wild Birdsl We Ship UPS www.thebirdwatcher.com 2775 "B" Street - Julian, CA (760) 765 1817 Coum Those Birds Counting backyard birds is fun, fast and free. It takes just 15 minutes a day, and it can sharpen your bird-watching skills. The Great gackyard Bird Count is set for Feb. 13-16, 2009. Visit http:// Www.birdsource.org/gbbd whycount.html to learn more. Do it for the birds! E-mail: birdingbiLs@cJl.rr.com @2008 King Features Syndicate, Inc. 46,800 pounds of food were given to the St. Francis Food Pantry, Inc., located in Eau Claire. "The support from Sacred Heart Hospital is incredible," says Michelle Gribble, executive director of the St. Francis Food Pantry. "Families who receive the healthy meals, which are prepared, packaged and delivered by the hospital, are extremely appreciative." In addition, scrap food also is given to a local anima ranch for feeding-totaling 9,000 pounds last year. However, food donation =s but one of many-initiatives. Various hospitalwide green efforts are practiced, all of which are managed bythe Sacred Heart Hospital Green Team-focused on protecting the environment, preserwng natura resources and reducing energy consumption. The Green Team is composed of leaders throughout the organization who help to assess past progress, review current status and set benchmark goals for reducing, reusing and recycling. "It may be more convenient to dispose of old items, but we recycle everything from medical equipment, including surgical tools and wheelchairs, to everyday items like lightbulbs and paper," Beckler explains. "During a recent two-floor renovation, we even recycled the porcelain sinks." During the past two years, the hospital has contributed more than 37,000 pounds of surplus medical-related equipment valued at more than $200,000. Part of the Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach Partners in Recycling Program these items have been used in needy health care facilities in various countries around the globe. Beyond recycling and reusing, preserving nature's natural beauty is another environmental initiative for Sacred Heart Hospital. Rooftop and healing gardens are maintained for the enjoyment of patients, their loved ones and staff. Loyal to its Franciscan tradition to respect creation, safeguard its people and practice good stewardship, Sacred Heart Hospital's efforts have not gone unnoticed. Recently, the hospital was one of only six nationwide to be awarded the Environmental Leadership Award (ELA), presented by Practice Greenhealth. "The ELA distinguishes Sacred Heart Hospital as being among the best in the country for green efforts," Beckler says. "It recognizes our innovative programs that set industry standards for waste reduction and pollution prevention. 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