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iPage 2 Hells Canyon Journal September 10, 2008 Wednesday, September I0 Sen/or Bus to Baker City, 7:30 a.m. Call 742-4421 by Tuesday night. Eagle Valley Grmage, 7:00 p.m. Pine Valley Fair ANoclation, Grange Hall at Pine Valley Fairgrounds 7:00 p.m. Panhandle Range Club, Halfway VFW Hall, 6:00 p.m. Youth Discipleslfip Group, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, September 11 Senior Meal at New Bridge Grange, 12:00 noon. VFW Post 7847 Ladies Auxiliary, Halfway VFW Hall, 1:30 p,m. Community Schools Weightlifting, HES, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Schools Walking, PEHS, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Schools Volleyball~ PEHS gym, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Halfway ~ Post 7847, Halfway VFW Hall, 7:30 p.m. HalfWay City CouneiI, Halfway City Hall, 7:00 p.m. Riehland City Council, Richland City Hall, 7:00 p.m. Friday, September 12 Silent Peace Vigil, Pat's Park in Halfway, 5:00-6:00 p.m. Bingo at Halfway VFW Hall, 7:00 p.m. ~aturday, September 18 Story Hour for children ages 24, Richland Library, 9:00- 10:00 a.m. Girl SCOUt l~oycl/ng in R/eh/and, old Co-op location on First Street, 9:00-11:00 a.m. PEHS Volleyball, A/B tournament at PEHS, 9:00 a.m. PEHS Football, Varsity and JV (2 quarters) vs. Prairie City, here, 1:00 p.m. Youth Worship Service, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 7:00 p.m. I~hmday, September 14 Community Schools Weightlifting, HES, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Schools Walking, PEHS, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Commv-~ity Schools Volleyball, PEHS gym, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Monday, September 15 Senior Meal at Halfway Lions Hall, 12:00 noon. Tuesday, September 18 RiehIand Girl ~hvouta, Richland Christian Church, 3:30- 5:00 p.m. Community Schools Weightlifting, HES, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Sehoola Walking, PEHS, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Schools Womma's Volleyball, PEHS, 7:00- 9:00 p.m. AlcehoHe$ Anonymotm, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. Wedneaday, September 17 Senior Bus to Baker City, 7:30 a.m. Call 742-4421 by Tuesday night. Pamhandle Range Club, Halfway VFW Hall, 6:00 p.m. Youth Dilmipleahip Group, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 7:00 p.m. Halfway Lions Club, Halfway Lions Hall, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Dinner Feature -- Mexican Entrees Don't forget our delectible Homemade dessertsl Saturday Feature 146 Main Street " Halfway " 742-2 H) Sunday Breakhst 6 to 11AM e Served with your choice of bacon, sausage, $625 or barn, 2 eggs, and warm maple syrup. TNUR~PAY5 Ground round with onions, mushrooms, bell pep|Rrs on a bed of bubbling cheese] Served w/grilled'bRad, cheesy garlic mashed potatoes, soup, & salad. P Restaurant & Lounge Richland 541-893-6122 I I I I I Round Robin Res. Ch., ,Brandon Lowry Other Breeds Showmanship , Ch. Yearling Heifer - Hannah Ewe lamb- Gr. Ch. Hanna Del Del Curto; Res. Ch. Mariah Curto, R. Gr. Ch. Kathy Orr The All Around Grand Murchison Yearling ewe - Res.Gr. Ch. Champion of this event in Ch. Cow- Corey Carpenter Elisha Carpenter which all Champions and Gr. Ch. Female - Hanna Del All Breeds Reserve Champions in Show- Curto, Res. Gr. Ch. Mariah Ewe and Produce- Gr. Ch. manship compete together Murchison ElishaCarpenter, Res.Gr. Ch. was Shawna Denny-Land. Ch. Bull Calf- Aspen English, Joseph Akers The All Around Youth Live- Res. Gr. Ch. Corey Carpenter Lamb - Ch. Joseph Akers stock Champion showman Herefords D.,ad[RY COW was Stephanie Petersen. Ch. Heifer Calf- Maddy Moore, Ch. Holstein - Stephanie Other competitors in the Res. Ch. Lynda Bird Petersen event were: Travis Cook and Ch. Yearling Heifer - Maddy Ch. Jersey- Shawna Denny- Tyler Swan (Pigs), Elisha Moore, Res. Ch. Brett Land Carpenter, MandyWendtand Buchanan Ch. Other Breed - Stephanie Luke Coomer (Sheep), Champion Cow - Lynda Bird, Petersen Amanda Akers and Crystal Res. Ch. Maddy Moore Overall Gr. Ch. Cow - Haney (Goats), Hannah Del Gr. Ch. Female-Maddy Moore, Stephanie Peterson, Res. Gr. Curto and Maddy Moore, Res. Gr. Ch., Lynda Bird Ch. Shawna Denny-Land Chaz Lowery and Sam Ch. Bull Calf-KyrstalHaney, Senior Ch. Showman - Averett (Beef). Res. Ch. Cheryl Thomas Stephanie Peterson, Res. Market Cla Cozdffcma- Crossbred Champion, Laura Hale tJon P, emx[t - IAve r, oek Ch. Yearling Heifer - Chaz Adult Ch. Showman- Shawna Auction Lowery Denny-Land Swine:Gr.Champion-Travis Charolais Ch. Dam and daughter - Cook, Res. Gr. Ch. Jackson Gr. Ch. Female, Gr. Ch. Bull, Stephanie Petersen Clarke Res. Grand Ch. Bull- Ransom Best Udder Cow - Stephanie Rabbits: Gr. Champion, Charolais Petersen Chelsie Gulick, Res. Gr. Ch. Over all Breeds Res. Best Udder Cow - Brenda Chetwood Gr. Ch. Female- Hannah Del Shawna Denny-Land Goats: Gr. Champion-Kayla Curto, Res. Gr. Ch. MaddyGOA'J[ Haney, Res. Gr. Ch. Cassie Moore Ch.AIpine-CrystaIHaney, R. Reeder Gr. Ch. Male - Krystel Haney, Ch. Crystal Haney Beef:Gr.Champion-Katelyn Res. Gr. Ch. Male Ransom Ch. Nubian- Crystal Haney, Anderson, Res. Gr. Ch. Will Charolais R. Ch. Kayla Haney Barr Market Steer Ch. Toggenburg - Shawna Sheep: Gr. Champion - Gr.Ch.KatelynAnderson, Res. Denney-Land, R. Ch. Shawna Dorothea Coomer, Res. Gr. Gr. Ch. Will Barr Denney-Land Ch. Joseph Akers SH]BJ P Ch. Lamanch - Kayla Haney, HOG8 Suffolk R. Ch. Shawna Denny-Land Breeding Hogs-Grand Cham- Ewe lamb- Gr. Ch. Elisha Car- Ch. Meat Breed Doe - Tysen pion, Dolly Cosby; Res. Gr. penter, Res. Gr. Ch. KathyOrr Haney, R. Ch. Tysen Haney Ch., Kayla Haney Yearling ewe- Gr. Ch. Joseph Ch. All Breeds Dairy Herd - Market Hog - Grand Cham- Akers Kayla Haney, R. Ch. Crystal pion, Travis Cook; Res. Gr. Aged ewe - Ch. Joseph Akers Haney Ch., Jackson Clarke Ram lamb - Gr. Ch. ElishaCh. Dam and daughter- Crys- BF2 Carpenter tal Haney, R. Ch. Kayla Haney Angus Yearling lamb- R. Gr. Ch. Dana Best Udder- Kayla Haney, R. Ch. Heifer Calf - Jesse Smit; Russell Ch. Crystal Haney Ch. Feeder Goat - Riley Bell, R. Ch. Bailey Bell Gr. Ch. Market Goat - Kayla Haney, Res. Gr. Ch. Cassie Reeder SHOWMANSHIP Overall Gr. Ch. Showman - Amanda Akers, Res. Gr. Ch. Crystal Haney First Place Beginner Show- men: Marianna Akers, Wyatt Akers, Riley Bell, Bailey Bell Junior Showmanship - Ch. Jo- seph Akers, Res. Ch. Samuel Akers Intermediate Showmanship - Ch. Crystal Haney, Res. Ch. Jessica Sisk Senior Showmanship - Ch. Amanda Akers, Res. Ch. Stephanie Petersen Adult Showmanship - Ch. Shawna Denny-Land, Res. Ch. Wayne Land POULTRY Gr. Ch. Poultry Showman - Charlie Van Dyne, R. Gr. Ch. Jackson Clark Overall Poultry - Ch. Jackson Clark, R. Ch. Kayla Haney Int. Showmanship - Ch. Charlie Van Dyne, R. Ch. Jack- son Clark Jr. Showman -- Ch. Abby Baxter, R. Ch. Chelsie Gulick HAJBBrI Best of show rabbits - 1% Nicole Desemini, 2% Carrie Hull, 3% Brenda Chetwood Showmanship- Michelle Sisk, Jessica Sisk Market Pen - 1~', Chelsie Gulick, 2% Brenda Chetwood CAVIES (guinea pigs) Gr. Ch. Nichelle Sisk, Res. Gr. Champion, Jessica Sisk Showmanship- Jr., R. Ch. Nichelle Sisk; Inter. Gr. Ch. Jessica Sisk Watermelon Seed Spitters Spear Success Competition at the Distance: 10' 11 " Hermiston watermelon seed Beyond Place: Acer Nye, spitting contest at the Baker Halfway; Distance: 7' 1" County Fair, Halfway was Third Place: Colter intense as spitters lined up "Creed" Marks, Richland; for their turn to test their Distance: 5'2 3A" techniques against their peers. Deb Lowe kept score Youth (8-15 years) and Patti Walker measured l~rat Plaoe: Ben Garrick, the success of the differenO Baker City; Distance: 31' 8 age groups. " Initially, while the ranks Second Place: Cody of the younger sets were full, Millhouse, Richland; Dis- the older age groups were tance: 27' 8" slow to step up. At the last Third Place: Josh minute, passers-by couldn't Minarich, Richland; Dis- resist the lure of the sport tance: 24' 9" and the women's group be- came quite competitive. Note Women's Division that the two winners in the First Pqaee: Pepper Nye, men's division are both from Halfway; Distance 28' " Portland, house guests of ~kDeond Place: Sarah Craig Norman and Luke Young, Halfway;Distance15' Gilmer. Next year, there 11" should be some local entrants ThlrdPlaee: LindaCollier, to challenge them. All the Halfway; Distance 14'5 " winners got stylish grey t- Men's Division shirts with a Hermiston wa- termelon logo. ~ Plaov: Jay Stam- mer, Portland; Distance: 36' Second Place: Peter Vandermull, Portland; Dis- tance: 35' 6 " Children (under 8 years) First Place: Mason "Creed" Marks, Richland, COWBOY CORRAL 37379 Boulder Flat Lane, Halfway 742-7777 We will be at the old Halfway Garage next to Old Pine Market Tuesday. September 9 for CYCLE ORECON[ Ham 6 Cheese Croissants - Bursers - Curly Fries Ice Cream Splits - Sundaes - Floats Old-Fashioned Milkshakes All It Takes Is a Phone Call and a 5-Minute Trip to the Clinic to Refill Your Prescription. If we don't stock it, we'll get it. Many major prescription plans and co-pays accepted. SHOPLOcALLY! Most common antibiotics, allergy and pain medications in stock Photo by David Baker SOME OF BAKER COUNTY'S FINEST watermelon seed- spitters await a turn to prove their mettle in the Watermelon Seed-Spitting Contest at the Baker County Fair in Halfway on Saturday, August 30. Junior Sweepstakes Winner Correction A final audit by Exhibit Hall officials showed that previously announced Junior Sweepstakes winner David Greenwood was edged out by McKenzie Bell. Only two points (one red ribbon, second place) separated the two exhibitors. NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Baker County Commission on Children and Families is requesting proposals for the 2003-05 biennium from agencies and/or individuals who now provide or are interested in providing programs or services that benefit the children and families of Baker County. Proposals will be considered that focus on the following primary goals areas: Strong, Nurturing Families; Healthy, Thriving Children; Positive Youth Development; and Caring Communities. There are additional specific requirements for each goal area which are included in the proposal packet. Priority will be given to proposals that are research-based and/or best practices, show evidence of previously-established networks with other organizations within the community and history of leverag- ing other resources, incorporate consideration of self-esteem, educa- tion, gender equity, and cultural competency into the planned project or service, demonstrate a balance of urban and rural services in Baker County communities, and address one or more of the primary goal areas. Applications will be available beginning September 2nd at the office of the Baker County Commission on Children and Families, third floor in the Baker County Courthouse, 1995 Third Street, Baker City, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additional information, call 523-8231. A mandatory bidder's workshop is scheduled for September 16, 2003. Proposals must be submitted no later than 5 p.m. October 2, 2003. Proposal selection and funding allocation recommendations are sched- uled to be made by the Commission on October 22, 2003. ric Sn W~ Ju gr m~ pL be Eli gc an H~ C( Ft( A( B~ ial K L~ of FI d( S~ la m pi ar E5 P~ W a' r( i d P ii t( Cq E fi a P b b 0 S t C t f f t l t l i i c