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-Community Schools Offer Self Esteem Class by David Baker of the Hells Canyon Journal As part of the Community Schools adult education program, a class on self esteem will be taught by professional counselor, Nan Steinebach, beginning Monday, January 6th. According to Nan Steinebach, "the focws of the class will be learning a new idea about what self esteem is --- getting away from the old models of self esteem, like simply telling yourself you're an OK person. We'll be learn- ing some of the obstacles to self esteem, and helping people set goals, as to how they will go about achieving greater self esteem. "I define self esteem as the disposition to meet the challenges of life. I've seen it likened to physical fitness -- you can never have too much of it." Nan holds a degree in counseling, and is now in her fitch year as a counselor with Mountain Valley Mental Health, Baker City, working through a satellite program at Pine Eagle Clinic in Halfway. Cost of the 7-week course, which needs at least six students, will be $15. The minimum age for students in this class is 16. To sign up, or for information, call Nan Steinebach, 742- 6216, or Community Schools Program Direc- tor Janet Noble, 742-5097 County Officials To Be Sworn In New and re-elected Baker County officials will be sworn in by Justice of the Peace Judge Larry Cole at a special ceremony at the County Courthouse at 9 a.m. on Mon- day, January 6, 1997. The public, families and friends are invited to attend. Renewed oaths will be NAN STEINEBACH Photo by David Baker Successful Fall Steelhead Trapping Season Ends Idaho Power biologists completed fall steelhead trap- ping operations below Hells Canyon Dam last week, call- ing this fall's operations "highly successful." According to Idaho Power biologist Paul Abbott, the company collected 1,270 steelhead during a seven- week period which ended December 11. An excess 300 from the captured female fish. The eggs will then be trans- ferred to the company's Niagara Springs Hatchery near Hagerman, Idaho, where they will be reared for a year before they are released back into various locations in the Snake and Salmon rivers. Weather adult fish were released for by George Dyke taken by Allen Phillips, sport-fishing on the BoiseDate High Low Precip. County Assessor; and Terry River, Payette River and December Speelman, County Sheriff. Hells Canyon Reservoir. 16 41 22 0 Newly elected officials to Next spring, the Idaho 17 32 11 0 take their oaths of office in- Department of Fish and 18 28 11 0 clude Paul Hanley, County Game personnel whooperate19 30 14 0 Surveyor; and Paul W. York, Idaho Power s Oxbow Hatch- 20 30 22 0.39 County Commissioner. cry are expected to collect 21 33 25 0.06" Oregon Field more than 1.5 million eggs 22 34 25 0.04 Guide Visits HCNRA u e re Oregon Field G id - peats a favorite episode from its sixth season on Thursday, December 26, 8 p.m. that takes viewers in search of Come and sing in the New Year black bears in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. With Karaoke fun. Field producer Eric Cain We will also have hors d'ouevres and Party Favors. Tickets are on sale now for $2.00 each. FUN FOR EVERYONE/ Adults Welcome packs into the HCNRA and the Wallow Mountains with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists Pat Matthews and Vic Coggins. The program, which also includes a tour of lighthouses on the Oregon coast, will air again on OPB Sunday, De- cember 29, at 6 p.m. Pine Valley Lod NEW YEAR'S EVE )Put a little spice in your life! It will be a Cajun evening Friday & Saturday 6 - 8 p.m. 742-2027 Finest Resale Winter Wonderland of Clothing WaPm, CoaT Cloth:n9 For f0rthe the Whole Family Entire Family ..JC,,Boots, Scarves, Snowsuits 7 days a s Clothes & ski clOthes Natural Food Store and Vegetarian Deli Bulk Foods ' Vitomins Orgonic Foods Herbs Dried Fruits - Gift Pocks Eastern Oregon's Complete Health Food Store Closed Saturdays 1907 4th St. 963-7955 Deli Open for Lunch Only La Grande II Our Family Serving Yours... BAKER CITY FUNERAL HOME. INC., DBA COLES-STROMMER-MONROE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES 1950 PLACE STREET, BAKER CITY, OREeON 97814 TELEPHONE NUMBER (541 ) 523-43OO/F^x ('541) 523-6599