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Page 2 Hells Canyon Journal May 8, 1996 Clinic Board Election Announced Wednesday, May 8 Eagle Valley Rural Fire District board meeting, 8 p.m. at the Jo Butler home. Eagle Valley Grange, 8 p.m. Thursday, May 9 Senior Meal at New Bridge Grange, 12 noon. VFW Post 7847 Ladies Auxiliary, 1"30 p.m., Halfway hall. PEHS JrJSr. Banquet, 6:30 p.m., Lions Hall, Halfway. New Bridge Grange, 8 p.m. Halfway VFW Post 7847, 7:30 p.m., Halfway hall. Halfway City Council, 7 p.m., City Hall. Richland City Council, 7 p.m., City Hall. Friday, May 10 FFA Bedding Plant Sale, PEHS shop, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday, May 11 PEHS baseball here, with Nyssa, 12 noon. PEHS District Track Meet at Vale, 10 a.m. Sunday, May 12 Mother's Day (Morn doesn't have to cook or do any dishes, just smell the roses.) Monday, May 13 PEHS Theater Group presents "No, No, A Million Times No," 7 p.m. at HES. Also tomorrow, same time and place. Candidates Forum at Sunridge Inn, Baker City, 7 p.m. Panhandle Shooters, VF~/Hall, Halfway, 7:30 p.m. Pine Eagle School Board meeting, 8 p.m., PEHS library. Tuesday, IWay 14 The Pine Eagle Health Clinic Board will be holding their annual elections from May 13 through June 12. Ballots will be published in next week's Hells Canyon Journal and may also be picked up in the clinic office beginning May 13. Ballots may be mailed in to the clinic or placed in the ballot box in the clinic any time prior to and including June 12. In order to verify that proper voting procedures are followed, voters will be asked to sign a register indicating that they have voted. For those people desiring to vote by mail, please place your marked ballot in an un- marked envelope, place the envelope inside the envelope you mail to the clinic with your signature across the seal. Clinic staffwill remove the unmarked envelope, record that you have voted and place the unmarked en: velope containing your vote into the ballot box, to be counted on June 12, thereby protecting your privacy. Candidates running for the 4 positions are incumbents Pat Garrigus, Terry Vaughan, Tony Sowers and Carol Harris; other candi- dates willing to serve are Maureen Stanciu, Eagle Val- ley, Kurt Benson, Oxbow and Ralph Smead and Dorothy Brower from Pine Valley. Candidates Forum Set in Baker City The public is invited to meet and question local and state candidates for public office at a candidate's forum at the Sunridge Inn May 13, 7 p.m. This forum, sponsored by the Defenders of Private Rights, is timed to provide interested persons a personal interface with the several candidates just prior to the To Renew Our Parenting Energy with a Refresher Love & Logic Support Meeting When: May 18th Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Place: Lions Hall Senior Meal at Halfway Community Center, 12 noon. primary election on May 21.A short video will highlight the Best of the Love and Logic New Bridge GWA Ladies, 1:30 p.m. The forum will be con- approach to discipline. We will introduce a Title 1 Compact, Richland Lions Club, 6:30 p.m. at EV Grange Park. cluded by an open discussion presented by Steve Peterson. This compact is an agreement that AA Meeting, 7 p.m. at Richland Methodist Church, of Ballot Measure 24. This Teachers will Teach, Students will do their work, and Parents Inland Chapter Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m, Masonic measure proposes a Consti- will support education. Ttze goal is for all of us to work togethel; Hall, Halfway. Wednesday, Marc 15 tutional amendlment requir- toward the success of the student. " Halfway Lions Club,7:30 p.m., Lions Hall, Halfway. ing 20 percent of the neces- We hope to see everyone there!! , , PEHSSpring Concert, 7:30 p.m., PEHS gym. sary initiative signatures to be collected within each of MuslcaJ Melodrama Scheduled Oregon s congressional districts. The Pine Eagle High farmer and his daughter For additional informa- School theater group will (who, of course is in great tion, please contact Holly present a musical melodrama distress) and the wicked vil- Sullens, 853-2371. ' next Monday and Tuesday, lain from the city. They are ! May 13 and 14, 7 p.m. at Half- joined by other colorful char- ] way Elementary School. acters to bring an evening of Correction I The play is called No, No, music and laughter -- enter- Our apologies to Abbey I A Million Times No. This tainingforchildrenandadults. Schmitt, who participated I . delightful, comedy featuresAdmission charges will be in the recent Math Con- ] the usual melodrama stock$1 for students, $2 for adults test for Pine Eagle and who I characters, complete with the or $5 per family, is also turning out for the [ .... ' ..... track season. We said this ] ............ PUBLIC NOTICE ..... was Abbey Godwin. Sorry, [ REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD Abbey Schmitt, we 11 try to [ t$rI1JEEAGMETIMBERSALEPI~OJECT do better. I Remember Your Morn USDA - Foresl liervloe Wldlowo-Whitmlm I~lt~mnl Forest ] with flowers from Pine Distflct Ranger, Dave Schmttt, is initiating a 30-day public review and comment pedod for the Environmental Assessment of the Little .... Eagle Timber Sale Project. Two alternatives were analyzed. The preferred alternative (Alternative 2) is proposed for implementation Weather in Fall 1996. The project involves harvest of 1700 thousand board by George Dyke feet of timber from 544 acres, r~nstructing 3.3 miles of road, Lillies of the Valley Local Morns Moms All Over the USA Bouquets Baskets Arrangements * Gifts precorrm~mial thinning on 346 acres, underbuming 590 acres and Date High Low Precip. ' Fabulous Fresh Rowers The project area is located In T. 7 S., R. 44 and 45 E., east of Eagle 29 64 38 0 1 Creek. 30 68 31 0 ~ -- -- Additional information or a copy of the Environmental Assessment 1 64 47 0 Order NOW Out-of-town orders welcome! can be obtained by calUng Jim Young at (541) 742-7511. Send 2 62 31 0 , I commentstoDaveSchmitt, Pine District Ranger, PineRanger District, 3 56 24 0 I We Deliver! !1 General Delivery, Halfway, OR 97834, 541-742-7511, FAX 541-742- 4 57 24 tr. [ ' i i i [ "9~ 4 4 V;d~d comments are also welcome and can be submitted to Jim PreSc,ipit:i3on in A2~ril totOed I r -" rr_., _ _r. c'_ _ ,~ 1_ If_.. I Young or Dave Schmitt at (541) 742 7511" - .. All comments, including...- 378'. . High temperature o I J.,,/ ............ LL'LF_.50TErl~ "VIV(J, Ll/~.,11 ,I the name and addess of the person aao/or organization suommlng during the nmnth was 81 on I ........ ,, ,r J, J_ I commellts~ a matter~ef= ublio record. Commentswitl be" ~e 8th; low was ~? oothe -:yv .~. ;,,,~:?, n,~,~,~qe. ~ /, 4 ,__7/J.O_A dA "1 1 i gK 5/8