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Page 2 Hells Canyon Journal October 27, 2004 Wednesday, October 27 Senior Bull to Baker City, 7:30 a.m. Call 742-7929 by Tuesday night. Panhandle Range Club, Halfway VFW Hall, 6:00 p.m. AJ-Anon, Halfway Library Conference Room, 7:00 p.m. Eagle Valley Grange, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, October 28 Senior Meal at New Bridge Grange, 12:00 noon. Aam~nbly at Halfway Elementary School, 1:00 p.m. I Community Schools Welghtlifting, HES, 6:00-7:(~0 p.m. Community School8 Walking, PEHS, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Sehoolm Adult Bemketball, HES gym, 6:00- 8:00 p.m. Community Sebooh, Circuit Training, HES, 7:00-8:00 p.m. Community Sehooh, Volleyball, PEHS gym, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Commmaity 8ehooh, Sacred Harp ~ngiog, HES 7:45-9:00 p.m. The Link (P-E Youth Group meeting), Halfway Lions Hall, I: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Pine Valley Grange, Pine Valley Grange Hall at Pine Valley Fairgrounds, 8:00 p.m. Foot Clinic at Eagle Valley Grange Hall, call 893-6019 for appointment, 8:30-12:00 noon. Friday, October 29 PEH8 Football vs. Joseph, here, 1:00 p.m. PEHS Volleyball vs. Joseph, here, 4:00 p.m. PEH8 Soccer at Tournament in Hood River, time TBA. Bingo at Halfway VFW Hall, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, October 80 Girl Scout Recycling in Riehland, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Recycling Day in Pine Valley, Recycling Center on East Record Street, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon. PEHS Football, JV vs. Adrian, here, 12:00 noon. PEHS Soccer at Tournament in Hood River, time TBA. Sunday, October 81 appy Ha//ow ' DayZ/gAt Sav/ l'# tmfay. :Community Sehoola Weightlifting, HES, 6:00-7:00 p.m. :Commtmity SehoolJ Walking, PEHS, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Schools Volleyball, PEHS gym, 7:00-9:00 p.m. I or Monday, November 1 Meal at Halfway Lions Hall, 12:00 noon. I umpstart Tuemiay, November 2 Breakfa~ and Bible 8~udy, (P-E Youth : Group), Pine Baptist Church, 7:00 a.m. ~Game Day at Eagle Valley Grange in Richland, 1:00-3:00 p.m. :Rivhlaad GirlSeout., Richland Christian Church, 3:30-5:00 p.m. Community Sehoolm Creative 8erapbooking Clmm, ~: PEHS, 5:30-10:00 p.m. :Community School8 Weightlifting, HES, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Community Schools Walking, PEHS, 6:00-7:00 p.m. :Community Sehoola Dancing, HES cafeteria, 7:00-8:0 p.m. ;Community Sehoola Circuit Training, HES, 7:00-8:00 p.m. :Community Schools Adult Basketball, HES gym, 7:00- , 9:00 p.m. Friendm of Halfway Library, short meeting, 7:00 p.m. Worship Team (P-E Youth Group), PV Presbyterian Church, 7:00 p.m. ~e Valley Rural Fire District board meets, Halfway Fire Hall, 7:00 p.m. ~Alcoholics Anonymous, Pine Valley Presbyterian Church, ~" 7:30p.m. ..... '~"~': .......... ' " Wedne lay, November 3 Senior Btm to Baker City, 7:30 a.m. Call 742-7929 by Tuesday night. Baker County Garden Club, Sunridge Inn in Baker City, 1:00 p.m. Panhandle Range Club, Halfway VFW Hall, 6:00 p.m. ALAnon, Halfway Library Conference Room, 7:00 p.m. & Lunch 'Wednesday- Saturday 8 to 3 Opening `Friday 'Nights for 'Dinner, 6 to 8 Starting 'Friday, October 29 South 9Main Street, 'Halfway 7#2 6#6 cat,so FyED srE , rials - ArlJlllal,, . . tlllZOr pet Food For Ever Thmg You Need F as FEED & SEED e 146 Main Street o Halfway o 742-2301 the buying strength of thousands of True Value stores, you get ., great low prices on quality RP, N~ttt e-t~ ~mlmt ~mtm ~ ma~ ~m~t ~ksw~ IS" ~ m~m ~tmm top-name brands, ~l't~S Or~ Slile al ~] ~at~ If)~tll Si'!lVI( ~' 114 First Street ' S. Main Street Richland, OR 97870 " Halfway, OR 97834 541-893-6136 ,, Fax893.6145 .......... 541 7422345 HOURS: 8- 5 MONDAY- FRIDAY 8" 12 SATU;DAY .and Methodists by Pat Garrigus of the Hells Canyon Journal Honored for Giving At a soup and bread sup- per, Reverend Bill Shields and members of the congre- gation of the Richland Meth- odist Church were higMy hon- ored last Sunday night by a visit from the new Bishop of Oregon and Idaho, Robert Hoshibata, Portland, and Dis- trict Superintendent John Watts of Bend. The two church dignitar- ies came to present the Richland church with a cer- tificate of appreciation for the apportionment contributions the church had made for the last 50 years. Lay leader Nancy Gover said, "I don't think we've had a Bishop in Richland before. We were very surprised and honored. I'm not sure we all knew that this church has paid its apportionment every year since 1955. The Bishop said he'd never known of a church to do that for such a long period before. It made us feel very good to receive the certificate of recognition. Ev- ery year we look at our bud- get and funds and say, "Yes,' about meeting our apportion- ment. It has always made us Photo courtesy of Don Raupp PRESENTATION AT RICHLAND METHODIST CHURCH - Reverend Bill Shields from Halfway, Reverend Janet Farrell from La Grande, Bishop Robert Hoshibata from Portland, Lay Leader Nancy Gover from Richland, and Central District Superintendent Reverend John I. Watts from Bend. feel very good that we can istConference, World Service "We are a connectional help beyond our local church." and Conference Benevolence, church," Gover said. "We are Gover said the church's ap- the Black College Fund, Af- part of a district which is part portionment is those funds rich Universities Fund, min- of the Oregon)Idaho Confer- spent beyond thelocalchurch isterial education and health ence, which belongs to the for ministerial support, ad- insurance for administrators National Methodist Jurisdic- ministration of the Method- outside local churches, tion." Time To Fall Back Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, Octo- ber 31 at 2:00 a.m. For non-night owls, clocks should be set back one hour at a more reason- able hour on Saturday night. Enjoy your extra hour of daylight in the morning, but be prepared for darkness at 5:00 p.m. Friends of Library To Meet Tuesday Filled Baskets Needed for Halfway Elementary Carnival Baskets filled with any can donate the most inter- number of good things are estingbasket? Willit be from wanted and needed for the a business, a family, an in- Silent Auction at the Half- dividual, a church group?" way Elementary School Car- Hanley suggests that you nival on November 13, which pick a theme, for example, is a change in date from the kitchen, art supplies, school original announcement, due supplies, cookies, dried to the Holiday Bazaars sched- fruit? Pick a container: mix- uled in both Richland and ing bowl, art basket, and Halfway on the first weekend backpack? in November. Fill the container full of Fall Carnival organizer good things and bring it to Shauna Hanley asks, "Who the Fall Carnival. Senior Meals Menus Thursday, October 28 12 Noon Meals - $2 5 New Bridge Grange Jamaican jerk chicken, rice pilaf, vegetable, bread, three bean salad, lemon squares. Monday, November 1 12 Noon Meals -$2 5 Halfway Lions Club November menus are not out yet! Eagle School Board Update The Friends of Halfway Continued from page 1 ance procedure, that includes decided, during the re- Library will meet on Tues- day, November 2 at 7:00 p.m. Adequate Yearly Progress student sexual orientation; view of the Financial Report, in themeetingroomforbrief (AYP) status was temporarily voted unanimously (1) to discuss at its November organizational updates, on hold, awaiting the incor- not to accept policy DRA-AR, meeting the annual survey of poration of previous-yearthe investment offunds, and graduating seniors. The 10 numbers from RES into the(2) to approve policies GBA item questionnaire about the Dutch Oven progress analysis. He added and JB which, respectively, student's Pine Eagle educa- that, "200 schools statewide grant equal employment and tional experience, as well as Cookbook did not meet their AYP." equaleducationalopportunity; follow-up in subsequent In other business, the * heard student represen-years, costs $336 per year and Available board: tative Anna Brisk's remarks may or may not be a legiti- learned from Crane thatabout Homecoming events, mate expense; Copies of the Historic the newly ratified classified for which the Student Coun- did not vote on fixed as- Baker City Dutch Oven Cook contract would be mailed out cil is responsible; and corn- set deletions because there Book may be purchased for shortly; mended Brisk for the deci- were none. $10 each at the Historic Baker voted 3:2 (Dave Schmittsion to create an organizing The board's next meeting City office in the Basche Sage and Minarich dissenting) on binder for handling Home-will take place on Monday, Place, Baker City. policy updates regardingnon- coming ideas and timelines; November 8. For more information call discrimination and the dis- 541-523-5442. criminationcomplaint]griev- Meeting To Discuss OHV Park Night Thursday Droner Feature -- It .'an Saturday Droner Feature -- JOiN US FOR OUR ANNUAL ADULT O O TLIlMI ONTI T PRIZES FOR: BEST COUPLE, SCARIEST, FUNNIEST, AND ALL-ROUND! iT S YOUR TURN TO COME OUT AND PLAY V~ft # at r~.~r~n.xm ]~ A meeting will be held to7:00 p.m. at the Baker County gather public input regard- Extension Office, 2610 Grove ing a proposed Off-Highway Street, Baker City, Oregon. Vehicle park on the King Questions may be referred to Ranch in Hereford, OregonRobin Nudd at the County on Thursday, November 4 at Courthouse at 541-523-8200. Wednesday Night is 21 Restaurant & Lounge Richland 541-893-6122 Tuesday, November 2"" 10 AM DAVIS RANCH ' 41754 DRY GULCH ROAD RICHLAND Jerry Weir, Auctioneer 16 - Heifers coming w/2nd Calf (Excellent Quali Simangus] 5 - 3-Year Olds, Pregnant, (Black & White Faced) 3 - 4- to 5- Year Olds, Pregnant, {Block) 7 - 6+ Years, Pregnant {Black, Black & White Faced, One Red) 1- Pair_ !BIock_ !!e-F ed_ CoWw!R He.e, Ca,f} 14 - Heifer Calves, (Mostly Black) 9 - Steer Calves, (Mostly Black) ] - Open (Black White-Faced Cow} For addilional information, leave message at 54"I-893-646"1 ( 5 yo gk G] ti( be ey co so gT W bt fi] te b) of p] b, T1 to E al tt m in fa CE ci fr in FIIIII m/ill!' mo~(? ~lems on sah~ and [as! !l:tl|f~tll Sf!(Vt< ~