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‘Book Burst’ Gives New Life to Old Pages

Like seashells washed ashore, no two designs are alike. By Ann Reilly Cole ~ the journal

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ot every book makes the cut for shelf space at the library, but Julian Branch Library staff member Tonya Allen discovered that cutting up some old library discards elevated them to display at the entrance to the library collection. While searching online

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for library books, Allen came across a title that offered creative solutions for what to do with discards and donated books that can’t be accommodated in the collection or the bookstore. The how-to book offered many project ideas, both functional and decorative. It was the “book burst” idea — slicing a book into four pieces, then folding and gluing

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coloring contest, special book readings, and live entertainment throughout the two-month season. A highlight is the two-day Apple Days Festival, Oct. 5 and 6, at Menghini Winery, located at 1150 Julian Orchards Dr., at the corner of Farmer Road and Wynola Road, approximately three miles north of Main Street. Turner describes the familyfriendly event as having a variety of food, vendor booths, games and activities, as well as a beer and wine garden, music and an opportunity for the crowd to taste apples presented by the Julian Apple Growers Association. “We hope to open the orchard gates this year so that people attending the festival will have a chance to

By Tracy Rolling ~ the journal

When a batch of apples from Julian won the prestigious Wilder Medal in 1907, it was as if the charming country town was dubbed an apple capitol. Ranchers were quickly recognized for their hard work, and the supportive community — along with the help of town leaders — organized a variety of celebrations. Today, that tradition continues and is referred to as Julian Apple Days. Beginning in the middle of September, the town hosts a number of events, including a shopping extravaganza where visitors at participating stores can hunt for golden apples and have the opportunity to win a prize.

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its pages to create an organic sculptural form — which Allen found appealing. Allen, who hates to see books go into the trash, was hooked after she created her first book burst and shared the process with her friend Maryanne Hendry, who See Book Burst Gives New Life to Old Pages continued on page 10

2012 Apple Days Festival.

“It’s a great time to visit Julian,” says Tracy Turner of the Julian Chamber of Commerce and Julian Merchants Association (JMA). In addition to scheduled events, the town will host a

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pick apples,” she said, advising newcomers, “It’s an inexpensive outing for the entire family.” Visit www.julianappledays. com. n

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hen ovens across the county begin buzzing, and the smell of freshly baked pies wafts through the air, it can only mean one thing — Julian’s apple pie baking contest. Entry is open to the public, and contestants come from near and far in hopes of claiming the title and walking away with a wad of cash. Sponsored by the Julian Chamber of Commerce and hosted by the Julian Woman’s Club, the pie baking contest offers a total of $600 in prize money. Event organizer Diana Garrett says, “It’s the perfect way to celebrate the apple harvest and contribute to Julian’s nostalgic, small-town atmosphere.” While the old-fashioned

baking contest offers modernday bakers an opportunity to convert flour into dough, there are a few rules participants should know.

Entry is free, but all pies must be accompanied by an official entry form, available at the Chamber office or online at www.julianca.com. Pies must be baked from scratch, and in addition to apples, which are required, they may include other fruits, such as berries or peaches.

Pies need to be delivered in a disposable pan or container to the Woman’s Club at 2607 C St. on Friday, Oct. 4, between 10:30 a.m. and noon. At 1 p.m., the entries will be judged by area experts based on taste, originality, presentation and creativity. Winners of first, second, and third place will be notified by phone and announced at the annual Apple Days Festival, held at Menghini Winery Oct. 5 and 6. Pieces of the prized pies and other baked goods will be sold during the two-day festival, with proceeds benefiting the Woman’s Club. Garrett says they’ve received as many as 25 entries in past years and hopes this year’s entries will be just as fruitful. n

Open House and Poker Run to Support Fire Protection District

Two fundraising events on Sept. 28 will be held to show support and raise funds for the Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District. Representatives from the fire district and Julian CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) will be at a free open house at Frank Lane Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be food, tours of the fire station, raffles and prizes, music in the park, live demonstrations, children’s games and vendors to help the public prepare for emergency or disaster. “Our local resources and strong relationships with Cal Fire, SDG&E, American Red Cross, CERT, and San Diego County are prepared for any future emergencies,” said Johnny Hake, on behalf of the fire protection district. “We are in need of financial help to remain a viable entity

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serving our community,” he added. “Our community needs your support as we strive to protect the lives and property of our out-of-town visitors and local residents. Tough economic times have hit us all and we are doing our best to support this cause with declining resources from governmental agencies.” The second event will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 2003 Cedar fire. San Diego Harley Davidson is sponsoring a motorcycle

poker run starting at 8 a.m. at 5600 Kearny Mesa Rd., San Diego. There will also be a a Fire Line Tour starting in Julian. Participants will use their own motorcycles for the tour. The Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District provides emergency response, firefighting, advanced life support and fire prevention services and inspections. For event information, call 760-310-0206. n

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a presentation about how to successfully run a quilt show fundraiser. The Julian Woman’s Club’s annual quilt show has received a number of awards at the local and state level. For information, visit www. gfwcpalomardistrict.org. n

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The Territory. . . Julian and Beyond By Johnny McDonald ~ the journal

Melodrama ~ Another Round of Hisses and Cheers

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irector Garnette Welch has conducted two auditions to determine what performers will be primed for several performances in October for the 57th annual ritual of hisses, boos, tears and cheers. Not a simple task. They’ll complete a month’s worth of rehearsals for the newest Melodrama at Town Hall, titled “Apple or Orchard.” “It’s been a little more difficult placing five characters for this production,” Welch said. “This play was locally written by Ragnar Halverson. But that’s his pen name. He knows the place real well, having lived in Julian almost all his life. “The play has characters which have the usual play on words and is full of humor — names such as Manzanita Berry and Bailey Bird,” Welch said. “The setting varies from an apple orchard to the interior of a mountain cabin.” She added that one goal for the production is to keep the length shorter to allow audi-

participate by booing the villain, cheering the hero, and crying, ‘Aww,’ for the sweet heroine. Sometimes the characters need warning or advice. But keep it clean — it’s a family show!” Participation in the allvolunteer amateur production requires a huge commitment, which has been shared for more than half a century by almost every family in Julian. n

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an Diego County Library Director José Aponte was on hand at the Julian Branch Library Customer Appreciation Open House Sept. 14 to celebrate the branch’s long history of serving the public’s literary needs. Library patrons enjoyed the fanfare and festivities, including prizes for dressing up in their favorite period costumes of the last 100 years. There was a puppet show and face painting for the kids, a presentation on the library’s history by branch manager Colleen Baker, and a display of the most popular books from each decade that the library has been in business. Also on display was an exhibition of larger-than-life portraits of legendary San Diegans by Mona Mills. One of the initial 11 branches of the San Diego County Library system, the Julian Branch Library was founded

Sept. 14, 1913, the same year that folks could read about the trials and tribulations of the ever-optimistic adolescent Pollyanna or D. H. Lawrence’s controversial masterwork, “Sons and Lovers.” It was a great day to celebrate this outstanding organization, which had its start in humble beginnings. The Julian Branch Library started out at as a small depository, likely run by volunteers, at the Cuyamaca High School on Porter Lane, near where the gas station is today. It eventually outgrew its space and moved over the years, 10 times in all. One of the library’s eight residences was the local telephone company, where the branch manager doubled as a switchboard operator when she wasn’t handling the few boxes of books in her charge. After several years at the Witch Creek Schoolhouse on Fourth Street, where the Julian Historical Society resides

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Coming later in the month will be a display of the nine winning entries from the countywide “100 Years of Stories” drawing contest, two of which were created by Julian Library patrons. Diane Linthicum of Mesa Grande, took first place in the adult division for her drawing of two centenarians holding library cards, while her daughter, Kayla Linthicum, earned third place in the kids division, depicting how everyone from the tiniest baby and the family pet to senior citizens appreciate the library. “The Customer Appreciation Day enabled us to look from where we came and see how the community bands together to accomplish goals,” said Baker. “I see this library facility serving the community way into the future.” n

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Julian Grad Joins Blue Angels

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ulian Union High School graduate Navy Lt. j.g. Amber Lynn Daniel was selected to be the public affairs officer for the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels. Daniel is currently assigned to the Navy Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Washington, D.C., and will soon report to the Blue Angels’ home base at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. Her position will allow her to travel every week and speak to the media on behalf of the U.S. Navy. She is married to Michael Daniel, who is also in the Navy serving as a Master-atArms and is soon to become a Chief Petty Officer. “My husband was my inspiration who pushed me to apply for the job with the

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Blue Angels,” she says. “So I certainly wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for him!” After attending private school through sixth grade, she and her best friend made the decision to transfer to the junior high school in Julian. Then at Julian Union High School, she was one of only 45

graduates in the class of 1999. Daniel says her success with the Navy and being selected for the Blue Angels can be attributed to her experiences and the values she learned attending Julian schools and living in Ramona. “There were lots of opportunities being in such a small school,” she says, noting that she was able to excel in sports, receive personal attention in the classroom, and build friendships that stand the test of time. “Growing up in a small town and going to a small school, I am able to maintain those relationships today.” She says she is pleased to represent the men and women serving in the military as well as her hometown. Daniel is the daughter of John and Lorrie Scott of Ramona. n

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Palomar Mountain State Park’s Doane Valley Campground has once again been named by Sunset Magazine as one of the 42 best campgrounds in California, and is the only campground in San Diego County to make the list. “I consider this to be quite an honor,” says Rick Barclay, chairman of Friends of Palomar Mountain State Park. “It’s a beautiful campground with lots of atmosphere. Plus, there are plenty of clean bathrooms with hot showers. All this makes for a really good camping experience, especially for newbies and people with kids.” The campgrounds have undergone something of a facelift recently, made possible through donations, a grant from the California State Parks Foundation, and volunteer labor from employees of Harrah’s-Rincon Casino & Resort. The Doane Valley Campground, also known as the family campground, has 31 sites and is within walking distance from Doane Pond, which offers trout fishing. Deer and turkeys can frequently be seen on the hiking trails. “I’m especially proud, because just two years ago, the campgrounds had been closed in anticipation of the entire park being shuttered due to budget cutbacks,” says Barclay. “But a citizen cavalry pulled together and rescued the park from closure.” The park is open 365 days a year, but Barclay says that can continue only with the support of donors. Visit www.palomarsp.org and www.savepalomar.org. n

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• Water, one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation • Food, at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food • Can opener (if kit contains canned food) • Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert and extra batteries for both • Flashlight and extra batteries • First aid kit • Whistle to signal for help • Dust mask, to help filter contaminated air • Plastic sheeting and duct tape to shelterin-place • Moist towelettes, garbage bags and plastic ties for personal sanitation • Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities • Local maps • Cell phone and chargers Additional Items to Consider Adding to an Emergency Supply Kit: • Prescription medications and glasses • Infant formula and diapers • Pet food and extra water for your pet • Important family documents such as copies of insurance policies, identification and bank account records in a waterproof, portable container DISASTER INFORMATION: Emergency Advisories & Updates www.sdcountyemergency.com Dial 211 • www.211sandiego.org Reverse 911 Cell Phone Registry www.readysandiego.org CERT Community Emergency Response Team www.juliancert.net MEDICAL CENTERS AND HOSPITALS: Julian Medical Clinic 2721 Washington St. • 760-765-1223 Arch Health Partners Ramona • 760-789-5160 Urgent Care Centre Ramona • 760-789-5174 Poway • 858-675-3200 Palomar Medical Center Escondido • 442-281-5000 Pomerado Hospital • Poway • 858-613-4000 HEALTH AGENCIES: San Diego Blood Bank • 800-469-7322 www.sandiegobloodbank.org

• Cash or traveler’s checks and change • Emergency reference material such as a first aid book or information from www.ready.gov • Sleeping bag or warm blanket for each person. Consider additional bedding if you live in a cold-weather climate. • Complete change of clothing, including a long sleeved shirt, long pants and sturdy shoes. Consider additional clothing if you live in a cold-weather climate. • Household chlorine bleach and medicine dropper — When diluted nine parts water to one part bleach, bleach can be used as a disinfectant. Or in an emergency, you can use it to treat water by using 16 drops of regular household liquid bleach per gallon of water. Do not use scented, color safe or bleaches with added cleaners. • Fire Extinguisher • Matches in a waterproof container • Feminine supplies and personal hygiene items • Mess kits, paper cups, plates and plastic utensils, paper towels • Paper and pencil • Books, games, puzzles or other activities for children It is important that individuals review this list, consider the unique needs of their family, and create an emergency supply kit that will meet those needs. Individuals should also consider having at least two emergency supply kits — one full kit at home and smaller portable kits in their workplace, vehicle or other places they spend time. For more information from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, visit www.ReadySanDiego.org. n

Poison Control Center 800-222-1222 • www.calpoison.org. GOVERNMENT SERVICES: SHERIFF STATIONS Julian • 2907 Washington St., Bldg. C 760-765-4780 Ranchita/Warner Springs • 760-782-3353 CAL FIRE STATIONS Julian Fire Station #50 • 760-765-0511 Cuyamaca Fire Station #51 • 760-765-0085 La Cima Fire Camp • 760-765-0140 Witch Creek #87 • 760-789-1448 Cuyamaca Volunteer Fire Station • 760-765-0418 Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District 760-765-1510 Julian Volunteer Fire Station #56 • 760-765-2885 Ranchita Volunteer Fire Dept. #58 760-782-3467 Mt. Laguna Volunteer Fire Co. • 619-473-8281 Palomar Fire Station • 760-742-3491 Sunshine Summit Volunteer Fire Dept. #59 760-782-9113

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Kids Fishing Derby Offers Fun and Prizes Lake Cuyamaca’s free “Fishin’ in the Pines” derby Sept. 28 is an annual event that offers fun, food, live music and prizes for young anglers up to age 15.

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CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL 858-637-3800 • www.chp.ca.gov Caltrans • 800-427-7623 • www.dot.ca.gov U.S. Postal Service: 858-674-2670 • www.usps.com SCHOOLS: Julian Union Elementary School District 760-765-0661 Julian Charter School • 760-765-3847 Julian Junior High School • 760-765-0575 Julian Union High School District • 760-765-0606 Ray Redding High School • 760-765-0620 Spencer Valley School • 760-765-0336 Warner Unified School District • 760-782-3517 LOCAL CONTACTS: Julian Chamber of Commerce • 760-765-1857 Julian Library • 760-765-0370 UTILITIES: Cuyamaca Water District • 760-765-1202 Julian Community Service District 760-765-0483 Majestic Pines Community Service District 760-765-0532

Pine Hills Mutual Water Co. • 760-765-1243 Wynola Water District • 760-765-4872 San Diego Gas & Electric 800-411-7343 • www.sdge.com Ramona Disposal Service: 760-789-0516 Hazardous Waste Disposal: 877-713-2784 Cox Communications • 619-262-1122 USA Communications • 760-767-5607 AT&T Residential: 800-288-2020 Business: 800-750-2355 EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 800-621-3362 • www.FEMA.gov Office of Emergency Services: 858-565-3490 Salvation Army: 619-231-6000 San Diego Red Cross 858-309-1200 • www.sdarc.org ANIMAL SERVICES: County Animal Services • 619-767-2675 LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCY: 911

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Participants will be divided into three age groups, and each will be given a goodie bag and free lunch, courtesy of the San Diego Anglers Club. A raffle will be held to help fund next year’s event. Youngsters must be accompanied by their parents, who may also fish, provided they have a license. Fishing starts bright and early at 6 a.m. Lake Cuyamaca is located at 15027 Highway 79. Call 877-581-9904 or visit www.lakecuyamaca.org. n

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immediately put a new twist on the process by curling the pages before she glued them to make a piece that is evocative of waves in the ocean. At a workshop at the library last week, library patrons had an opportunity to try their hands at transforming old books into their own creative designs. Like snowflakes or seashells, no two book bursts look alike, each reflecting the artistic sensibility of the maker or the particularities of the book. There is no limit to the ways in which the pages of a book can be manipulated or adorned to create a book burst. As a decorative art form, they can enliven a wall, become a coffee table conversation piece, or gently sway in the breeze when hung from the ceiling like a mobile. Using books as raw material to create works of art is not a new idea. Artists have been altering books into mixed media sculptures for decades. Any book can be turned into an objet d’art

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using this method, although paperbacks with 300 pages or more are a bit easier to manage. Allen even created one of her pieces using an old phone book. In the 1950s, abstract expressionist Franz Klein painted his signature bold calligraphic brush strokes on the yellow pages when he was too poor to buy paper.

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Those pieces can now be seen in museums and art auction houses around the world. Allen, who is interested in many forms of artistic expression, says she inherited her creative energies from her mom and dedicates this work to her memory and to those who have helped her along the way. n

Have Coffee with Supervisor Jacob

San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob will host a Coffee with Constituents meeting on Sept. 27 at 8:30 a.m. in Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. Jacob will give members of the community a chance to ask questions and hear updates on community issues. For 20 years, Jacob has hosted informal coffees across far-reaching District 2, which is the largest of San Diego County’s five

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Santa Ysabel Store Opens Resale Shop A resale shop called The Feed Store, Antiques & Such will have its grand opening from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 22, at the Santa Ysabel Store & Backcountry Visitor Center. The Save Our Heritage Organisation, which operates the center, is accepting donated items for resale. Among the merchandise offered will be salvaged architectural elements and vintage,

antique and reproduction home and garden furnishings, including lighting, pottery and china. The Santa Ysabel Store is open Friday through Sunday at 30275 Highway 78. To make a donation, call 760-765-1270 or visit www.sohosandiego.org. n

Celebrate the Harvest, German-Style Oktoberfest celebrations are a fall tradition, and Julian will have no shortage of fun with two harvest-time parties planned. Both will feature traditional German and Austrian music, along with bratwurst, beer and more. St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church will present its festivities Oct. 12 and 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in

the Rabobank parking lot, 2033 Main St. Call 760-765-0613. Julian Lions Club and Julian Chamber of Commerce will host their Oktoberfest fun Oct. 19 and 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., also in the Rabobank parking lot. Call 760-7651857. n

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supervisorial districts, encompassing the backcountry towns of East County. With a district of this size, Jacob says it’s important to get out as much as possible, meet with constituents in their communities and get their feedback on how she’s doing and what county government can do to help them. For information, visit www.diannejacob.com. n

was carefully removed and will be replaced in the entrance of the new structure similarly to how it stood before the demolition. Likewise in the little theater, the seats were removed and the floors were covered with a protective material. Members of the Julian Historical Society took possession of the collection of paintings from inside the theater for safekeeping during the project. While this project has been nine years in the making, the lack of science labs hasn’t stopped JUHS students from achieving success in scientific studies. Under the leadership of teacher Mark Aumann, last year 55 out of 56 students tested at a proficient or

advanced level in science. Nevertheless, Principal/Superintendent David Schlottman believes the new building will be a morale booster for students and staff at the school. “Getting this done says that we stick to it and put kids first, and that Julian is a good place to learn,” says Schlottman. “Julian is on track.” As for the students and staff who now have to live with the ongoing construction issues during the school year, no one is complaining. It’s a small price to pay to look forward to a chance at long last to study in rooms designed and built for state-of-the-art science education. n


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Luers & Dyer CPAs, LLP has relocated its operations to the Mitchell Building, 2902 Washington St., in the historic Julian Townsite. The move was made Aug. 12. The firm’s offices had been located in Santa Ysabel since its founding in 1994. “As longtime Julian residents and business owners, we are excited to be relocating our business closer to Main Luers & Dyer CPAs, LLP Street, Julian, and honored to provides accounting, tax prepabe a part of the history of the ration, financial management, Julian Townsite and Julian business community,” said Rebecca Duplissey Luers, partner. The Mitchell Building was built in 1993 by David W. Mitchell. The property conVolcan Mountain sists of a clapboard farmhouse Foundation will celebrate and metal barn built to resemits 25th anniversary with ble historic structures within a first-ever Founders’ Day the Townsite. The property event on Oct. 13. was constructed specifically Liability Insured License Organizers have planned for Julian Feed & Supply, Workmans Comp. #896532 a big community celebrawhich closed operations tion at Menghini Winery, earlier this year. with free music, family“We look forward to friendly nature activities, many happy andMaintenance prosAllmore Phases of Tree and Removal and food and beverages perous years ahead as a Chipping and Hauling and Firewood Sales available for purchase. member of the Julian business Entertainment will community,” said Luers.

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Annette Williams Ongoing Events Julian Doves and Desperados awardwinning historic comedy skits Sundays at 1, 2 and 3 pm (weather permitting) at the stage area next to Julian Market and Deli. 760-765-1857 Jeremy’s on the Hill music Saturday and Sunday 5 pm, Monday at 6 pm at 4354 Hwy. 78. 760-765-1587 www.jeremysonthehill.com Music at the Marketplace Sundays live music starting at noon; wine, beer and hard cider tasting; and outdoor barbecue on the back patio at Wynola Farms Marketplace, 4470 Hwy. 78. www.wynolafarms.com Santa Ysabel Store & Backcountry Visitor Center open Friday-Sunday from 11-5 at 30275 Hwy. 78, Santa Ysabel. sohosandiego.org/sygs/index.htm Warner-Carrillo Ranch House open Saturday & Sunday, 12-4, at 29181 San Felipe Rd., Warner Springs. sohosandiego. org/main/warnercarrillo.htm Warner Springs Farmers’ Market Thursdays from 3:15-6 pm at Warner High School, 30951 Hwy. 79, features studentgrown produce and countywide vendors. 760-782-3517 ext. 50 Wynola Pizza & Bistro live entertainment Fridays and Saturdays, 6–9 pm, at 4355 Hwy. 78. Music calendar at www.wynolapizza.com. 760-765-1004 Guided Nature Hikes schedule and information at hikes@sdrvc.org. 858-674-2275 ext. 12 Quarterly Art Exhibit Julian Art Gallery, 2229 Main St. 760-765-1551 www.thejulianartgallery.com Volcan Mountain Foundation art adventures, trail explorations, lectures and educational hikes. 760-765-2300 www.volcanmt.org

October 2013 Weekends: Old Time Melodrama by Julian Triangle Club Fridays and Saturdays 7:15 pm; some Sundays 1:15 pm at Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. www.julianmelodrama.com 1: Music on the Mountain with singer and songwriter Don Dunn at 6 pm at Julian Library, 1850 Hwy. 78. 760-765-0370

Adults Book Talk Ghost Mountain’s Ryder South at 6 pm Oct. 22. Birding for Beginners with Sheryl Massey of Volcan Mountain at 10 am on Oct. 26. Beginning Computer Class is the second and fourth Thursday at 9:30 am. Feeding America produce and staples distribution is the second and fourth Wednesday at 10 am. Laura Silveria, 619-481-9695. Sit and Fit for Older Adults every Wednesday at 11. Yoga every Tuesday at 4 pm and Friday at 9 am. Friends of the Library Bookstore open from 11-5 Tues.-Sat. 760-765-2239 Julian Library hours of operation are Tuesdays from 9 am–8 pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9–6, and Fridays and Saturdays from 9–5. 760-765-0370 1850 Hwy. 78. n

4: Apple Days Pie Baking Contest at Julian Woman’s Club, 2607 C St. Entries 10:30noon, judging 1 pm. 760-765-3647 5-6: Apple Days Festival celebrates the apple and harvest season with entertainment, fun activities, vendors, displays, food and wine at Menghini Winery, 1150 Julian Orchards Dr. 10-5. Adults $5; children 12 and under, free. www.julianappledays.com

Centennial Art Display from Sept. 20 to Oct. 15. Children, Teens & Family Baby Story Time for babies and moms is every Wednesday at 10 am. Preschool Story Time every Wednesday at 10:30 am. Bilingual Story Time at 1 pm Sept. 24 and Oct. 22. Teen Repurposed Book Art create “book bursts” from discarded books at 10 am Oct. 15 and 16.

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rick@Julianappletree.com www.Julianappletree.com

rick dyer

Melo-de Savage

CA DRE# 01419334

CA DRE# 01784140

Transaction Coordinator

Realtor®

Realtor®/Public Notary

(760) 213-8314

(760) 765-1111

(760) 504-5720

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N 9.53 acres - LaNd Wynola Estates area

Great opportunity awaits you to build your dream home overlooking San Diego River. 9.53 acres in the prestigious Wynola Estates. Large ancient oak trees and the San Diego River flows through this property. Enjoy backcountry views and a paved road. Three separate legal lots (lots# 78, 79, and 80) totals 9.53 acres. Several house-pad locations to choose from for building your home. Driveways and potential house-pad sites have been cleared and weed wacked. County approved septic layout needs to be updated. OffErEd at: $150,000!

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2.67 acres - LaNd Panoramic Mountain top with Ocean Views

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4. Opulent Julian Home & Horse Property 2,644sq.ft. 2BD/2BA on 1.28 acres.Circular spacious Kitchen includes top-of-the-line Kitchen Aid stainless appliances, large walk-in pantry. 10’ vaulted ceilings. Dual-Zone forced air heating & A/C. Separate formal living, dining and family rooms. Each bathroom has: DualVanities. Ceramic corner jetted circular-tubs and separate ceramic-tiled shower. New wood burning stove. Extensive landscaping with automatic irrigation systems throughout. Large wrap-around decks with wrought iron railings. Separate large detached office vault & storage building. 2 1/2 car garage w/workshop & pegboard organizer throughout. Shows like brand new. Home was built with concrete siding, automatic sprinkler systems, and manufactured on a permanent cinderblock foundation (including deck) and all 2x6 insulated wall construction. OffErEd at: $299,000!

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1 acre - LaNd Gorgeous Property with Panoramic View

2.67 acre lot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in San Diego. Over $160,000 in Property Improvements. Paved Driveway, Graded pad, Telephone, Water & Septic in. PANORAMIC VIEWS: Catalina Island, San Clemente Islands, Coronado Island, Mexico, Night-time City Lights, State Park borders property 100s of extra acres to enjoy. OrIGINaLLY $329,000. NOW $125,000!

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This 1.01 Acre lot is one of the few remaining Pine Hills parcels with hilltop Panoramic views. This one has one of the nicest Mountain Views in the area. Spectacular Sunsets shown daily. Close to town! OrIGINaLLY: $115,000 NOW: $99,000!

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0.62 acres - LaNd Great Views

Property is located in the Kentwood II Development of Julian. Very nice views to Salton Sea, Volcan Mountain, and Palomar Mountain Observatory. County approved septic layout for 3 bedrooms, 2-bath home with garage. Waiting for just the right buyer. Come by and take a look. OffErEd at: $43,900!

4.32 acres LaNd - Spectacular Views

Beautiful Scenic Views! The potential of this property is never ending. The property consists of spectacular views which include the ocean on a clear day as well as Lake Cuyumaca and the beautiful surrounding mountain peaks. It is a remarkable piece of land that will satisfy any home owners desire to build their dream home. OffErEd at: $100,000!

OrIGINaLLY: $839,500

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Horse facilities included with this BEAUTIFUL 1,400 sq.ft. 3BD/2BA PINE HILLS HOME . Tucked away in giant trees, near Heise Park. Enjoy a Black Granite Stainless Steel kitchen and spacious living room with Wood-burning stove. 2 bedrooms upstairs and bath. Down stairs has a large family room with fireplace, master bedroom & bath, 2-car garage. Stunning wrap-around deck has deep shade from trees & beautiful views of Cuyamaca Peak. Forced air A/C. Must See.

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0.62 acres – LaNd Whispering Pines Lot

Three adjoining parcels to build your getaway cabin or full time residence with views to Volcan Mountain. Approximately one and a quarter miles from downtown Julian. Septic layout has been completed for a three bedroom two bath home. This is a great time to purchase property in a beautiful place called home. OrIGINaLLY: $59,000 NOW: $50,000!

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1.01 acres - LaNd Hill top Property

Ponderosa Custom Home

SPLIT-LEVEL- This is one of Julian’s finest homes, 4BD/3BA, 2,758 sq.ft. on 6.84 park-like acres. Zoned for horses! Lovely pastoral views overlook Ancient Oaks, Ponderosa and Coulter Pines. Gourmet kitchen includes: Oak cabinets, all stainless steel Kitchen Aid appliances, cooking island, roll-out shelves, and a hidden pantry, screened sunroom. Huge master has bath and walk-in closet. 180 Degree views from the guest bedroom harkens back to childhood memories of looking out from a beautiful Treehouse. Solid Oak floors, vaulted open-beam ceilings, Laundry & mud room. New dual-zone Heating & Air, Six person spa, 2-car garage w/10ft ceiling, barn, potting shed, Trex deck, and automatic back-up generator.

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Amazing price for a great sale! Security of a gated community, wide open spaces, and panoramic view. Well on site. Absolutely gorgeous property is waiting to Build your dream home. Enjoy Ocean and Mountain Views that also overlook San Diego back-country. This beautiful 1 acre parcel features all usable land and very gentle slope. Sunsets to die for. Underground Telephone is located at road. Homes built in Cuyamaca Woods community require solar power installation and back-up generator. OffErEd at: $40,000!

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12 SEPTEMBER 15, 2013 E JULIAN Journal

September 2013

14: Julian Music Fair & Horseshoe Tournament from 9-6 at Frank Lane Park, 2405 Farmer Rd. Julian Lions Club, 760-765-2242. 14: Library Centennial Open House 1 pm at Julian Library, 1850 Hwy. 78. 760-765-0370 17: Palomar District Federation of Women’s Clubs 10 am at Julian Woman’s Club, 2607 C St., for a program featuring member and renown quilter Eleanor Burns. 21: Julian Music Festival from noon-9 pm at Menghini Winery, 1150 Julian Orchards Dr. www.julianmusicfestival.com 22: Open House for the nonprofit Santa Ysabel Store & Backcountry Visitor Center’s new resale shop from 11-5 at 30275 Hwy. 78. 760-765-1270 27: Coffee With Constituents Supervisor Dianne Jacob meets with the community at 8:30 am at Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. 619-531-5522 28: Kids Fishing Derby at Lake Cuyamaca, 15027 Hwy. 79. Free through age 15. 877581-9904 www.lakecuyamaca.org 28: Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District Open House from 10-4 at Frank Lane Park. 760-310-0206

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MEETINGS Architectural Review Board 7 pm the first Tuesday at the Witch Creek School. 760-765-1343 Intermountain Republican Women Federated meets monthly and welcomes members, spouses and guests from Julian, Santa Ysabel, Ramona and surrounding areas. 760-788-6645 Julian Arts Guild 3 pm the second Wednesday in the Community Room at Julian Library, 1850 Hwy. 78. www.julianartsguild.org Julian Chamber of Commerce Mixers from 5:30–7:30 pm the first Thursday. Location 760-765-1857 www.julianca.com Julian Chamber of Commerce Board 6 pm the third Thursday downstairs in Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. 760-765-1857 Julian Community Planning Group 7 pm the second Monday downstairs in Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. Julian Historical Society 7 pm the fourth Wednesday at 2133 Fourth St. 760-765-0436 Julian Merchants Association 8 am networking breakfast the third Wednesday. $8/$10. Location 760-765-1857 Julian Planning Group 7 pm the second Monday at Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. Julian’s Walking Winos walk at 5:30 pm Wednesdays, happy hour at 6:30 pm. BYO drinks and appetizer to share. Menghini Winery, 1150 Julian Orchards Dr. juliancountryinn@yahoo.com New Baby/Breastfeeding Support first and third Wednesdays at Wynola’s Daily Perc, 4470 Hwy. 78. Free. 760-877-9939 www.wisdomwithinwynola.com Shelter Valley Mobile Clinic Services from 8-11 am third Tuesday at Shelter Valley Community Center. www.borregomedical.org Warner Springs Mobile Clinic Services from 8-11 am third Wednesday at Warner Springs Resource Center. www.borregomedical.org Women’s Self-Empowerment Group 10 am Wednesdays at Julian Library, 1850 Hwy. 78. Linda Immonen, 760-834-1338

Beautiful panoramic view of mountains, easy access from Hwy 76, 10.6 acres overlooks Lake Henshaw, Warner Valley, Palomar Mountain, Hot Springs Mountain and more! Two Great starts on building pads, both with SDGE power poles, phone near, plus engineered septic layout. OffErEd at: $155,000.

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P.O. Box 484 • 2902 Washington Street, Julian CA 92036 (The Old Feed Store Bldg.) Apple Tree Realty & Allison James of California Inc. are affiliated residential real estate brokerage companies. License # 01885684 & 01419334

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