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7 V- Gulick-Casch Weddin00 Submitted photo NEWLYWEDS - Roger and Jenny Gulick and Roger and Pare Casch would like to announce the marriage of their children, Chelsie and Ryan. The couple was wed on August 16th at the home of Roger Gulick's aunt and uncle, George and Opal Matile. It was a beautiful ceremony and fun reception and the family thank all who attended and helped make the day so special. The couple spent a week in Mexico before returning to Boise and Boise State University, where they are finishing degrees in Civil Engineering and Criminal Justice. Tuesday night Craft Time, also at 6:00 p.m., may have a small charge for materials. Bingo games that are open to the public occur every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. for the modest fee of 25 cents per card. Bible study classes take place each Wednesday morn- ing at 10:30 a.m. Free exercise classes are offered each weekday morn- ing, Monday through Friday at 9:30 a.m. Settler's Park is located at 2895 17th Street in Baker City. For more information, please call 541-5230200 or visit www.seniorlifestyle.com. Birth Announcement Makaylah Destiny was born to Sam and Stephanie Brown on Sunday, Septem- ber 7, 2014 at 2:01 p.m. at St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Baker City. Makaylah weighed seven pounds, eight ounces and was 19.5 inches long at birth. She joins an older sister. Savannah and older brother, Daniel. Her grandparents are Steve (de- ceased) and Tami Waldron and Phil and Gail Brown, all of Halfway. Great-grandpar- ents are Cliff and Sandra Duvall, also of Half- way. Makaylah got special loves from her aunt, Johanna Brown, who was so excited for her arrival. Programs for Seniors the first and third Fridays of Offered at Settler's Park the month "Ceramics with Settler's Park in Baker Donna" is offered from 9:00 City is offering a number of a.m. to noon, with program programs for area seniors costs ranging from $3 to $50. that range from just plain .............. is "Nail Care "fuh tO educafibfial to healthy , Night," a program that is of- lifestyle Opportunities. On -fered for' free at 6:00 p:m. MAKAYLAH BROWN Home for a Visit Shelley Kno, fom Spring- :field, Oregon visited her par .... Page 5 Hells Canyon Journal L- E ents, Ken and June Knox, over Labor Day weekend. While in Halfway, Shelley ran her loop run every morning, visited old friends, baked for her dad, and enjoyed barbe- cuing. Saturday, she and her parents drove to Joseph, where they enjoyed break- fast. They drove to La Grande from Joseph and returned to Halfway via Katherine Creek during the big windstorm. It was quite an adventure. Af- ter the holiday weekend, Shelley returned to work in Eugene, where she works as a dental assistant. June is already missing all the laugh- ter and fun they shared to- gether. Keelee Jensen Gets High Level Trades Training Keelee Jensen, a 2014 graduate of Pine Eagle Char- ter School, recently com- pleted a seven-week pre-ap- prentice training program with the Oregon Trades- women in Portland. Her time there was spent in classroom training and actual on-the- job work, including working on the completion of the sec- ond floor of the Oregon Tradeswomen's office. FFA advisor Joe Denig told Keelee about Oregon Trades- women and their pre-appren- tice program. As part of the school's Ro- botics program, Keelee had worked on the school's new alarm system installation with Alpine Alarm. That ex- perience was instrumental in creating this opportunity for her, impressing the selection committee and making her a very desirable candidate for the training program. For the past three years, she also participated in a pro- gram for non-traditional jobs for women in partnership with Treasure Valley Corn- September 10, 2014 1 munity College. Keelee plans to further her education in the field of electrical engi- neering and will continue to promote the Oregon Trades- women program. For more information on the program, check their website at www.tradeswomen.net. Preference Tag Winners Named The winners of the 2014 Land Owner Preference Tag raffle are Bob Stanley from Richland, Oregon and Rich- ard Estes from Portland, Or- egon. Proceeds from this year's raffle will to help pay for the new football scoreboard at Pine Eagle High School. Representing the land- owners who donated their tags for the raffle, Debbie Saunders congratulated the winners, and expressed the group's thanks to all who purchased tickets. She re- Thank You The family of Lyle Rager wishes to thank those who sent beautiful cards and those who have been there for us through our great loss. Thank You A huge THANK YOU to all the groups that volunteered their time in the concession stand during the Labor Day Fair and Rodeo weekend! Each group volunteered four hours of their time, all to sup- port the Pine Valley Fair As- sociation. Blood, sweat, and tears were donated by: Pan- handle Snowmobile Club, Pine Eagle Volleyball Team, Snake River PCS, Halfway City Hall, Pine Eagle FFA, Pine Eagle Charter School Staff, and the Cornucopia Arts Council. : Sincerely  Morgan and Jenny minds hunters to be sure to watch for the raffle next year. Reserve Tables Now for Annual Fall Bazaar Reservations are being accepted now for tables at the annual New Bridge Grange Fall Bazaar, sched- uled for Saturday, October 11 in the New Bridge Grange Hall. Large tables are avail- able for $5 each, and card tables cost $2.50. To reserve your table, or for more information, contact Sharon Speelman at 541-893- 6783. Thank You The Pine Valley Grange would like, first, to thank all of you who participated in the Grill Raffle, and second to the drawing. Halfway through the rodeo on Mon- day, Colleen took the tickets up to the announcer's booth, and he picked the number out of the jug. I heard him announce it, but was not sure what I heard. Colleen brought the number back to the booth, and I saw the name and we went over to the Lions booth and asked George Beech where his ticket was. He said it was at home. I showed him the ticket and asked if this was his. He asked where I found it. I said it was drawn for the grill. He thought I was joking with him. I finally con- vinced him it was real, and he really gave out a yelp "I won the barbecue grill!" He was so happy to get it and take it home. We really ap- preciated all who bought tick- ets, and those who helped sell the tickets, and the fair board for the booth. 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