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Hell Ca n3 mJOm'nal J/larehal, 1993 Page 13 Stewardship Plan Being Developed for Eagle Cap Solar Power Group The Wallowa-Whitman Meetings will be held to April, 1994. h lo y National Forest is develop- identify issues and areas of TomCarlson, Wilderness Promotes Tec no ing a stewardship plan for concern. Local meetings, all Planner in charge of develop- Electricity from the sun ronmental groups. Their el- the next 5 to 10 years to up- at 7 p.m.,.wiil be held in Half- mentoftheplan, saidhaving still is seen by many as forts will be coordinated on a date the management plan way at the Community Cen- members of the public in- tomorrow's technology. Idaho national level with other approved for the Eagle Cap ter on April 20, at the Baker volved is key to developing a Power Company, and others, groups pursuing the same Wilderness in 1982. Ranger District office April successful plan. '%Ve need "Human activities andim- 21, at the La Grande Ranger your help in identifying is- feeltomorrowhas arrivedand goal. pacts are increasing," said District office Apri122 and in sues, defining limits of ac- will meet in Boise later this PV technology converts Eagle Cap District Ranger Enterprise at the Cloverleaf ceptable change and finding month to beginwork to speed sunlight directly to electric- LloydSwanger,"especiallyin Hall on April 19. ways to resolve the issues." up commercialization of so- ity through the use ofcrystal- some popular areas such as An inventory of wilderness Personsinterestedin stew- lar powered photovoltaic (PV) line silicon ceils, which when theLakes Basin. Ourrespon- use and conditions will be ardship of the Eagle CapWil- electricity, exposed to solar rays, create sibilityis toensure that natu- completed this fall, with ad- derness are invited to attend IPCO will sponsor the ini- a flow of electrons. ral processes dominate the ditional public meetings to the meetings or send written tialmeetingofanIdahowork- The initial meeting will be wilderness and human-ira- follow in January andMarch comments to Lloyd Swanger, ing group made up of repre- held Wednesday, March 31, pacts are secondary. The up- of 1994. Final opportunities Eagle Cap District Ranger, sentatives from the utility 10 a.m.-l:30 p.m. at Idaho dated stewardship plan will for the public to review the Wallowa Mountains Visitor industry, regulatory and gev- Power's corporate headquar- help us do this." draft plan will be available in Center, 88401 Highway 82, eminent agencies, consumer ters building at 1221W. Idaho Enterprise, OR 97828. Writ- advocategroups,thecommer- St., Boise. ten responses will be accepted cial PV industry and envi- City Officials Attend LOC Workshop until May 1, 1993 City officials from Half- councilman Don Franzen. way, Richland and other "I was inspired by the pos- smallOregontowns attended sibilities and dejected at the a League of Oregon Cities scope of problems," Kissire (LOC) Elected Officials work- said. 'The speakers, which shop last week in Baker City. included Baker City Mayor Gerri Stevens, Richland Larry Griffith, Allen Brown, city recorder and newly Ontario's city manager, and elected councilman, Jean Jim Coleman, a Portland at- Halladay, attended from torney who spoke on legal Richland. framework and land use plan- "It was a good meeting," ning, were all informative and Stevens said, "especially thought provoking-- at least geared to newly elected mem- two week's worth." bers of city government, a Kissire said that a four good overview of budget and hour video on land.use plan- land-use processes and con- ning and legal framework was flicts of interest. You always available from Coleman and learnsomethingnewatthese she hoped that it would be workshops." available for viewingby Half- Halfway Mayor Clarine way, RichlandandBakerCity Kissire was accompanied by officials. city clerk Diana Glynn and Tree Planting Tips for Spring With the real green-up process in the Panhandle just waiting for a sunny day, tree planting may be one of spring's nicer projects, whether it's a reforestation project or fruit or ornamental trees. If you plan on planting trees this spring, the Oregon State University Extension Service has tree-planting tips to help young seedlings survive. However seedlings are packaged, they should be pro- tected from direct sunlight when transported. Plan your planting so trees are in cold storage until planting time. Storage time for bare-root trees should be kept to a minimum. Seedlings should be protected from freezing. Heeling-in is not recommended in most situations because it is an extra step that causes mechanical damage. Dipping roots in water is fine, but prolonged submersion will kill roots. Minimize root exposure to drying winds and sunlight. Plant when cloudy or raining for best results. If it's not raining dip roots in water, place seedlings in plantingbag or bucket and place moss or wet burlap over roots. Don't plant when temperature is over 70 degrees or wind is greater than 20 mph. Plant seedling roots at nursery depth or a little deeper and in a natural position. Fill the planting hole with moist soil and eliminate air pockets around roots. Try to keep roots moist at all times. Even if trees are handled and planted correctly, efforts can fail if animals or competing grass and brush become a problem. Thank You Whoa! Thanks to so many dear ones, including White Buffalo and the RV Jones Band for making my birth- day such a joyous, memorable, fun occasion. Hugs, Norma Jean Schmidt Thank You My appreciation and sin- cere thanks to all the folks who supported me in my ef- fort to be elected to the Pine Eagle School District Board. I would like to congratu- late Donna Hammar on her re -election. Leonard Hill Thank You Mac and I would like to thank the Boy Scouts who came by with sand bags when we were having so many problems last week with the high water around our place. This was truly a much appre- ciated good deed. Norma andMacMcKimmy Thank You To Halfway and Richland Residents, Junior Troop #286 would like to thank you for showing your support in buying Girl Scout Cookies. Thank you, Tonya McKim Heather Lowe Christie Dillman Kelly Bush Tecala McGraw Myra Rasmussen Katie Sciarrino Church Directory brought to you courtesy of Gray's West Pioneer Chapel and the Hells Canyon Journal PINE BAPTIST CHURCH School & Claude Streets P.O. Box 377, Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor: Shawn Thatcher 742-6690 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Worship: 11 a.m. PINE VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner of Church Street and Gover Lane P.O, Box 466K Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor: Bill Shields Church Phone: 742-4412 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Worship: 11:00 a.m PINE VALLEY CHRISTIAN CENTER Record Street P.O. Box 709, Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor: Don Franzen 742-4421 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Worship: 11:00 a.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS, PINE VALLEY BRANCH Cornucopia Highway Halfway, OR 97834 Church Phone: 742-7676 President: Leonard Hill 742-5646 9:30 a.m. Sacrament SAINT THERESE CATHOLIC CHURCH Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor: Rick Fischer Mass: 7:00 p.m. Saturday CHURCH OF CHRIST Towell Residence, Halfway, Oregon 97834 Phone: 742-2703 Worship 10:30a.m. Sunday Wednesday Night Bible Study: 7:30 p.m. NEWBRIDGE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Richland, OR 97834 Church Phone: 893-6121 Pastor: Roger Hotden Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship: 11:00 a.m Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer/Youth Group 7:00 p.m. RICHLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH P.O. Box 288 2nd Street Richland, OR 97870 Church Phone: 893-6191 Pastor: Don Green 893-6191 Sunday Bible School 9:45 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Evening Youth Group 6:30 p.m., Wednesday RICHLAND SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Richland, OR 97870 Pastor: Roger Martin Saturday Sabbath School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11;00 am. 2nd UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Street Richland, OR 97870 Pastor: Bill Shields 742-4412 Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Worship 9:00 am. OXBOW CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Lay Pastor: Bill Wilson: 742-4414 Sunday School; 9a.m MT Worship Service: 11 am. MT !