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Page B Hells Canyon Journal June 6, 2001 Wednesday, June 6 Senior Bus to Baker City, 7:30 a.m., call 742-4854 by Tuesday night. Baker County Garden Club, John and Dorothy Randall's cabin in Sparta, bring sack lunch and lawn chairs, 12:00 noon City of~ay Budget Hearing, to be followed by special City Council meeting Halfway City Hall 7:00 p.m. Thurmiay, June 7 Senior Meal, New Bridge Grange Hall, 12:00 p.m. Eastern Oregon Audiology at Pine Eagle Clinic, call for appointment Friday, June 8 V]~V Bingo, Halfway VFW Hall, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, June 9 Ballroom Dancing at New Bridge Grange Hall, 7:00 p.m. Monday, June 11 Senior Meal, Halfway Lions Hall, 12:00 p.m. Cub ffN0out~, Halfway Lions Hail, 3:30 p.m. l~tne Eagle United Youth Fund, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Pine Eagle School District Budget Hearing, Pine Eagle High School library, 6:30 p.m. Pine F~g]e School Board meeting, Pine Eagle High School library, 7:00 p.m. Eagle Valley Cemetery District Budget Hearing, Old Richland City Hall, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 12 New Bridge GWA Ladies meet, 1:30 p.m. Blpoh~ Impport group, Pine Baptist Church, 6:00 p.m. Pine Valley Cemetery District Budget He~tring, Halfway Fire Station, 7:00 p.m. Eagle Valley Rural Fire Protection Di rlvt meeting, Old RicMand City Hall, 7:00 p.m. meeting, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. Wedn , June 13 Senior Bus to Baker City, 7:30 a.m., call 742-4854 by Tuesday night. Eagle Valley Grange, 7:00 p.m. Panhmldle ~hootere, Halfway VFW Hall, 7:00 p.m. Pine Valley Fair Ammciation, Pine Valley Grange Hall at the Fairgrounds, 7:30 p.m. FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES Locally owned and operated by Roger & Dawn Coles 541-523-4300 or toll-free 888-523-4300 1950 PLACE STREET BAKER CITY, OREGON 97814 i Photo by David Baker "IT'S NOT GOING TO FIT!" So said Ralph Smead (who was instrumental in launching this project) as he watched the first long span going up for the pavilion at the Halfway fair grounds. When it was pointed out that no one else at the work site seemed to be worried, he said, "Well, somebody needs to worry!" The sections did fit, and several more spans have been put up since last week. Health Fair Blood Draw Results Here For those local people who had blood drawn for the St. Elizabeth Health Fair and had the results sent to Pine Eagle Clinic, the results are here. Contact the Pine Eagle Clinic at 742-5023 for more information. Two-for-One Rodeo Tickets Available Now Want to get two tick- ets for the price of one to this year's Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo? Now's the time. Adult tickets, priced at $4.50 each, are avail- able on a two-for-one basis from now until the Fourth of July at the fol- lowing local businesses: Halfway Mercantile, Cenex Co-op Supply and Sheila's Variety in Half- way. In Richland, two- for-one tickets may be purchased at Richland Feed and Seed and The Hitching Post. Candidate for Governor Will Attend Tea Bev Stein, former chair of the Multnomah County Com- mission and Democratic can- didate for Governor, will be in Halfway later this week to meet local voters. A tea for Stein will be held 3:00 p.m., Friday, June 8, at the home of George and Lynette Haupt- man and headquarters of Canyon Outfitters on East Record Street in Halfway. Stein, served three terms in the Oregon Legislature prior to being elected Multno- mah County Chair in 1993. "Oregon stands at a cross- roads," she said as she kicked off her campaign. "We are growing, but our commitment to educating our children is shrinking. Our natural heri- tage and livability is the envy of the nation, but our protec- tion of our land, water and air is faltering. We have a looming energy crisis that requires leadership and prac- tical solutions. We need a strong economy that provides good jobs in both rural and urban communities. We have the greatest economy in Or- egon history. But, per capita, BEV STEIN more children go to bed hun- gry in Oregon than in almost any state in America." -ing Materials" ~: ".~dr"~"\o. /4,,ardl i~uild" . -,-~,lth ~L/f ..... ~_ ~.._. 'Ware rl>-~ ~, ~ . 111111181 ~( .rr ,, r~rlliZer A t eood For Every Thmg You Need Fe s pe .................................................................................................. BuYs oF THE WEEK ' War Paint re , ty $17,99 $13,95 Roll-on insecticide for flies on horses & foals , Bic Sure-Start Lighter . R 19 Faced Insulation 15" or 23" $2,99 32 per sq. ft. Hours: 8 5 Mon.- Fd. 541-893-6136 8- 12 Sat. Fax: 541-893-6145 PO Box 390 11, First St. Richland, OR 97870 i:. i FSJd Y" R:b Steaks--1 6 ozI!I Includes soup, salad & dessert $I 5 THE TREASURE CHEST your luck with eve,}/meal pu has - u may be the next lucky Restaurant g Richland 541-893-6122 Now 10:30 AM TO 8 PM 7 DAYS A WEEK HELLS CANYON INN Oxb~. OR 785-3383