The Canyon Weekly June 4, 2014
Volume 5, Issue 23
Your local news source for the North Santiam Canyon
Serving the communities of Lyons, Mehama, Elkhorn, Mill City, Gates, Niagara, Detroit, Breitenbush, Idanha and Marion Forks
Students recognized at Awards Ceremony
Fuel tanks removed at former gas station
What is going on at the old Cheveron gas station on Highway 22 in Mill City? A whole lots of noise and dust, and the removal of a couple huge fuel tanks buried beneath the pavement. The owners of the property are preparing the land for potential sale according to City Hall.
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Santiam High Senior Photos! See pages 8 & 9! Top academic honors were handed out last week at the Santiam Jr/Sr High School 2013-2014 Awards night. Santiam auditorium was packed full of proud family and friends to honor the se high achieving students. Dozens of certificates of achievement were awarded in a variety subjects such as Mathematics, English, Spanish, Business, PE and Drama Taking the honor of Boy and Girl Athletes of the Year are Harli Davidson, Chris Smith, and Alisha Clark (pictured far left) .Co-winners of Boy and Girl of the Year are Kelsey Arndt, Jordan Saari, Lauren Hebing and Joey Walzak. (cont’d page 7)
Stand up comedy returns to Mill City
Fundraiser for skate park project also gives locals a chance to see the historic Odd Fellows hall By Thorin Thacker On June 7, the Mill City chapter of the Odd Fellows #144 will host a comedy night benefit for the Mill City Skatepark! The hilarious Gabe Dinger, a popular Portland comedian, will headline the show, accompanied by an opening act you won’t want to miss! Have you ever wondered what was upstairs of the ol’ Stewart’s grocery (now the Gleaners) at 158 SW Broadway, Mill City? Well, this is your chance to find out. The 100-year-old Odd Fellows hall has always been open exclusively for their members. Now, as a show of their support for the Mill City Skatepark, they are opening the beautiful historic hall to help the Mill City Gabe Dinger is a standup comedian and improvisor who won 2006’s CBS Radio Laff Off, and was the first runner up in Helium Comedy Club’s 2013 “Portland’s Funniest Person” Contest”.
Volunteer Skatepark committee raise funds and recognition for the park. In addition, this will be a membership drive for the Mill City chapter of the Odd Fellows #144. The organization is opening its doors to local residents looking for an opportunity to be a part of something bigger in our community. Food and libations will be provided by the Trio Tavern at this 21+ show. Doors open at 7pm and the show will start at 8pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door and are available at the Trio Tavern 815 SW Linn Blvd., Mill City.
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Winners highlight huge crowd at Fishing Derby
The 2014 Detroit Fishing Derby was a resounding success, said event officials. Overall, the event brought over a thousand registered participants to the lake last month. While many of the prizes have been redeemed, there are still two tagged fish in the lake, valued at $50 and $100 each. Anglers who catch these fish can turn them into Mountain High Grocery in Detroit to claim their prize. Tagged fish prizes are valid until the Derby happens next year. 2014 Detroit Fishing Derby Winners are: Grand Prize Winners: Smoker Craft fishing boat and trailer - Robert Huffman from Troutdale. Boy’s bicycle - Jett Tippet from Bend. Girl’s bicycle - Paisley Shepherd of Keizer.
Largest Fish Winners– Adult 1st Place – Nick Brown 2nd Place – Nicole Karr of Redmond 3rd Place – S. Lewis of Salem Largest Fish Winners – Boys 1st Place – A. Allen from Gladstone 2nd Place – M. Stanley from Mill City 3rd Place – Eden Axmaker from Molalla Largest Fish Winners – Girls 1st Place – Jenna Raines 2nd Place – Skyler Davidson 3rd Place – Allison Sura The North Santiam Snowmobile Club BBQ Raffle was won by John Sura & Kasyn Anderson. Over 25% of participants this year were under 18, said Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association officials.
Mill City announces 2014 Grand Marshals
and Mountain Edge Café. Mr. and Mrs. Kirsch are now both retired but continue to be active within the community. Please The Mill City 4th of July Committee take a moment to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. received several great nominations for Kirsch on this wonderful honor. the 2014 Grand Marshal. After careful consideration and review of each nominee’s past community involvement, we are pleased to announce the selection of Dale And Mary Kirsch as the 2014 Mill Congratulations to Joel Hills, student at City 4th of July Grand Marshals! Santiam Jr/Sr High School for coming up Dale and Mary have been actively in- with this year’s 4th of July theme; 4TH volved in our community for decades, WITH THE FAMILY! Make this celebraparticipating in everything from 4th of tion a family event! There are many activiJuly Celebration planning to Lions Club ties to participate in for the young as well all while operating not one but two suc- as the young at heart. From our family to cessful businesses: Kirsch True Value yours...Happy 4th of July! By Stacie Cook, reprinted with permission from The Mill City Messenger
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Joanne Hebing of Mill City is a mother and a grandmother an active proponent of developing a skate park in Mill City. Each week, Mrs. Hebing has been submitting reasons why she believes a skate park would be a good thing for any community. The Mill City Skate Park Committee meets at least each month which are announced on their Facebook page: Mill City Skate Park Project: https://www. facebook.com/groups/59714118193/. Skating in a park is much safer than skat-
ing in the streets. In 2006, 42 riding skatboarders died. Of those, 40 of them were not in a skatepark and 27 of those involved a motor vehicle. In other words, of these 42 deaths, 40 of them might have been prevented had the person been skating in a skatepark instead of the street. Our community already has a lot of skateboarders. The skatepark visitors are ready to go. We don’t need to wait and hope that patronage emerges over time. They are here now.
Burn season ends June 15
more information on open burning you can ect or would like more information call City The Mill City Volunteer Fire Department call the Mill City Fire Department at 503- Hall at 503-897-2302. wants to remind everyone that June 15th is 897-2390. Have a safe and fire free summer. the last day of backyard burning. Don’t wait until the last day to burn, because it may not State parks throughout Oregon are free Satbe a burn day. If you have something to burn By Stacie Cook, reprinted with permission urday, June 7, a big welcome to the public in get it done now so you won’t have to have it from The Mill City Messenger celebration of State Parks Day. Camping is piled up all summer, causing a fire hazard. Work on the SE Fairview Street Improvefree the night of June 7 in tent and RV sites If you can’t get it burned up by the deadment Project commenced on Tuesday, April including full hookup (sewer, electricity and line, cover your pile and that way when the 29, 2014. Project contractor, North Santiam water) and electrical hookup (electricity and fall burn season opens in October you will Paving, kept to a very tight schedule and has water). Parking is also free Saturday at the be all ready. Burning out of season is illecompleted the improvements, including a 26 day-use parks that charge a parking fee. gal and can cost you at a minimum a $100 nice sidewalk stretching from S 1st Avenue Local participating parks include Silver dollar fine. The Oregon Department of ForFalls State Park, North Santiam State Recreestry will be out in force as soon as the warm to SE 4th Avenue. The project bid came in under budget at just ation Area, Mongold Boat Ramp and Detroit weather gets here and will be monitoring all $136,000, which provided the Council the Lake State Park. burning. Don’t risk a fine for burning illeopportunity to have overlay work done on Campsite reservations may be made by gally and wait until the fall burn season. For what many considered to be the worst street calling Reservations Northwest (1-800-452Call before you burn! in town: NW 5th Avenue. 5687) before 5 p.m., June 5. Or, reserve onIf you have questions regarding this proj- line at www.oregonstateparks.org. 1-877-982-0011
Mill City: Fairview St improvements finished
Oregon State Parks: Free camping day on June 7
Art Beat on the street David Hillesland
David Hillesland of the Little North Fork area of Lyons says he never was very artistic until he gave woodcarving a try early in 2009. By the Fall of the same year he and his wife founded the business Oregon Chainsaw Sculptures. What this man does with a chainsaw and a block of wood is nothing short of inspirational. He credits this to his faith. “I believe that I have been given
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a gift from God, and before I start each project I pray for the Lord to direct my hand.” Hillesland wrote on his website. He donates 10% of future orders the Veterans Eagle Series to the V.A in his effort to Pay it Forward. You might find Hillesland working on one of his creations at the crossing of the Little North Fork Road and Hwy 22 this summer on the weekends.
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Santiam 4-H Garden Program Oregon State University Extension Service – Linn County
The Oregon State University Extension Service – Linn County is hosting a free summer garden program for children ages 8 – 11. It is a fun, learning environment that incorporates garden-related games, activities and craft projects. Participants will also make delicious, healthy snacks using produce. Parents will be responsible for transportation. For more information contact Anne O’Rourke, OSU Education Program Assistant, 503-610-3445 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Return filled permission form to the elementary office by Monday, June 9th.
Children must bring/wear:
Closed-toe shoes Water Bottle Hat Sunscreen
June 16 – August 6, 2014 (no classes June 30 & July 2)
Monday and Wednesday 9:15 – 11:15am
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Agriculture, 4-H Youth, Family & Community Development, Forestry, and Extension Sea Grant Programs. Oregon State University, United States Department of Agriculture, and Linn County cooperating. The Extension Service offers its programs and materials equally to all people.
Volunteers Needed! Volunteers must fill out and pass a 4-H Volunteer Leader Screening Form and Criminal History Check.
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Retirement party held for five SCSD staff
Five long time employees of the Santiam Canyon Schools were honored last week with a picnic at Fishermenâ€™s Bend Park. Pictured left to right)Kim Maurer has worked for the district 31 years. She taught 2nd and 3rd grades for 19 years and is currently the Director of Federal Programs. She will continue to work part time. Rosie Damon, head cook, started her career for the schools 35 years ago as a cafeteria aid. Adena Thompkins has worked for SCSD in several different capacitates for the past 30 years, 16 years at Detroit Schools, 12 years at Santiam High and 2 and Santiam Elementary. Cliff Thorton has been the schoolâ€™s Head Custodian for 20 years. Alexis Winn, not pictured, has been the SCSD Business Office Clerk for 15 years and will continue part time. Thank you all for your dedication to our kids.
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SCSD seeks Hall of Fame nominations
Last chance to submit nominations for the Santiam Canyon School District 2014 Hall of Fame. Nominations can be sent or dropped off at the high school or the district office. There are four categories in which nominations can be made. One is that of a former student. Second is a former staff member (teacher, administrator, coach or classified staff). Third is a supporter/booster for the school district. The person (or business) may or may not have attended or worked in the district but did something extraordinary for the district. The last category is that of a former team or group. All nominations should include what was special about the individual or team and why they should be nominated. It also helps to include supporting facts (newspaper clippings, awards, etc.). Nominations should include the years the nominee was/is associated with the school district and also some contact information would be helpful. All nominations must be in writing and must be submitted by Monday, June 16, 2014. Please get these nominations to the Jack Campbell high school or district office. After the Hall of Fame committee reviews nominations, they will make their decision. Again, those nominated should have done something extraordinary and/or set an example that others can look up to. The committee is looking for nominations from all the communities that make up the school district, Serving business & residential clients throughout even though at one time some schools The Santiam Canyon & Mid-Willamette Valley may have been their own district. NominaVideo Surveillance Systems tions can come from Mill City, Gates, DeSecurity & Monitoring Services troit and Idanha and those individuals or Fire Alarms, Testing & Inspection teams that once represented each of those Voice & Data Communications Internet Programmable Thermostats schools. Wireless Devices The Induction Banquet will be held November 8th in conjunction with the alumni Responsive Flexible Quality Accountable tournament weekend. If a nomination is not selected this year please feel free to submit their name another year. If you have any questions you can call 503-897-2311. Nominations due Monday, June 16, 2014. 5
Local Business Directory Autobody & Paint
•Canyon Auto Rebody 21916 Ferry Rd. SE, Mehama 503-859-3247 www.canyonautorebody.com
•Classic Auto and Tire Center Stayton OR 503-897-2256 •Mike’s Auto Repair and Diesel: Small engines & motorcycles at 27860 N. Hwy 22, Mill City. 503 897-6061
•Odds and Ends Antiques and Collectables at 11227 Grove St., S.E. Mehama 503-859-2688 •Lyons Timbertown Resale: Home accessories, gifts, more. 1313 Main St. Lyons. 503-859-4054; 503-983-5277 Facebook
•GROW EDC: Free & confidential business & non-profit consulting. Info@ growsantiam.org 503-871-5188
•Canyon Espresso at the corner of Hwy 22 and Gates Hill Rd. 503-897-6031
•WidmerWeb Design 503-569-1229 www.widmerweb.com
•Hueller Construction Inc. CCB #114169 www.huellerconstruction.com 503-859-3575 Facebook
•Old West Enforcement Professionals NRA#1787-91947 BCI# 1102466 www.oldwestprosconcealandcarry.com 503-580-9397
•Camp Firewood at Hardwood Components at 20573 Hwy 22 in Mehama 503-859-2144
Health and Wellness
•Chiropractic Physicians Clinic and Wellness Center 11247 Grove St., Mehama 503-859-2181 •Santiam Healing Arts: Reconnective, energetic healing for all. Special Canyon pricing. Colleen Samuel 503-897-3357 •Mill City Dental 503-897-2353 •Mill City Pharmacy 218 S.W. Broadway, Mill City 503-897-2331 •Santiam Medical Clinic 280 S. 1st Ave. Mill City 503-897-4100
Heating and Cooling
•Lyons Heating & Cooling CCB#159527 503-859-2325 www.lyonsheating.net
•Mountain High Grocery and Gifts 220 D St. Detroit 503-854-3696 •Detroit Market and Supplies 100 Detroit Ave. N. 503-854-3767 Facebook 6
•Mill City Market Place 829 1st Ave. Mill City www.millcitymarketplace.com 503-897-2006 Facebook
•Siegmund Landscape, Excavation and Supply 503-769-6291
•Gabriel Smith Licensed Locksmith: Lock repair, keys, parts. OCLS #5373 Smithlockoutservices@live.com 541-519-2410
•Curt’s Place Rental Suite in Gates www.curtsplace.net 503-897-6126 •Adventure Vacation Homes 528 N.E. Santiam Blvd, Mill City 503-897-6500 www.adventurevacationhomes.com •Elkhorn Valley Inn B&B 33016 North Fork Road S.E., Lyons 503-897-3033 www.elkhornvalleyinn.com Facebook •Lodge at Detroit Lake 175 Detroit Ave, Detroit 503-854-3344 www.lodgeatdetroitlake.com •All Seasons Motel 130 Breitenbush Road, Detroit 503-854-3421 www.allseasonsmotel.net
•Detroit Lake Marina 115 Breitenbush Road, Detroit 503-854-3423 www.detroitlakemarina.com •Kane’s Marina 530 Clester Rd., Detroit 503-854-3362 Facebook
Mole and Gopher Removal
•LandCare: Learn more at www.land-care.com 503-897-5200
•Into the Wild Equine Adventures 503586-8072 www.itwtrailrides.com •Kayak the Santiam 503-569-1229 www.kayakthesantiam.com www.enrgkayaking.com •North Santiam River Trips with Bill Sanderson 503-897-3301 www.nsrtrips.com •The Oregon Experience: Fishing, rafting drift-boating. 503-897-3291 www.oregon-experience.com
•Leading Edge Painting, Ben Szympruch: Interior & exterior painting, staining, woodworking. 503-539-3744 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pets and Animal Care
•Ark Animal Care Veterinary Services email@example.com 503897-6004 Facebook •Santiam Healing Arts: Reconnective Healing for your horses and pets. Colleen Samuel at 503-897-3357
•Gregory J. Johanson, M .Div, Ph.D., NCC
To get your business seen in the directory, call Karen at 503-990-3037 Director, Grace Counselling Center. 503897-4830 firstname.lastname@example.org
•Green Mountain Real Estate 280 NE Santiam Blvd, Mill City www.GreenMtRealEstate.com 503-897-4500
Restaurants: Mill City/Gates
•Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House 647 N.E. Santiam Blvd., Mill City 503-897-2378 www.rosiesscones.com Facebook •Giovanni’s Mountain Pizza 146 N.W. Santiam Blvd., Mill City 503-897-2614 •Mountain Edge Cafe 320 N.W. Santiam Blvd., Mill City 503-897-2741 •Sierra Restaurant and Market 302 N. Santiam Hwy, Gates 503-897-2210
Restaurants: Lyons/Mehama •Trexler Farms 20146 Ferry Rd. SE, Mehama 503-859-4488 www.trexlerfarm.com Facebook
•Korner Post Resturant 100 Detroit Avenue, Detroit 503-854-3735 •The Cedars Restaurant and Lounge 200 N. Detroit Ave, Detroit 503-854-3636 •K.C.’s Espresso, Sandwiches and Stuff 210 Forest Ave., Detroit 503-854-3145 •Idanha Grill and Store 183 Hwy 22, Idanha 503-854-3354 www.idanhagrill.com Facebook •Marion Forks Restaurant and Lounge 34970 Hwy 22, Idanha (at Marion Forks) 503-854-3669 Facebook
•Santiam RV Service in Scio, OR 503-394-2348
Signs & Graphics
•White Water Signs and Graphics 503804-3613 www.whitewatersigns.com
•Independent Security Solutions Business and Residential CCB#202956 503-580-3299 or Facebook
•Mehama True Value 11267 Grove St. Mehama 503-859-2257 ww3.truevalue. com/mehamatruevalue
•Red Barn Bar and Grill 916 Main St., Lyons. 503-859-2826 Facebook •Trio Tavern and Food 815 SW Linn Blvd. Mill City 503-897-3380 Facebook
•STR Santiam Towing and Recovery 1-877-859-5757 www.strtowing.com
•Weddings Your Way: All seasons, indoors or out, all denominations. Colleen Samuel 503-897-3357.
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Strawberry sales are open until the berries are sold out. Like to gamble? Because our berries are picked fresh daily, we like to sell them all before the day ends. That means that sometimes we have too many - which means that sometimes you can get a great deal at the end of the day. Stop in after 4pm (Thurs to Sun) to see if your gamble pays off!
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Santiam Junior/Senior High Awards Night continued
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James St. Dearborn Ave
Seniors Kara Conner and Harli Davidson (Pictured at left honoring Activities Director Caroline Gillaspy) were the co-hostesses for the evening event. These well spoken young ladies introduced each teacher with a heartfelt and sincere appreciation, at time eliciting tears from the staff and audience. The American Pop Culture class entertained the crowd with a sneak preview of their amazing musical talents as interludes throughout the night. (Pictured top right) Braeden Cook and his group of back up singers and dancers with wowed the crowd with their own rendition of Lourdes’ “Royals.” (pictured bottom left) And four of the top awards winners doing what they do best, showing us all what “happy” looks like. (pictured bottom right)
Gene’s Smokehouse 4906 River Road North Keizer, OR 97303 (503) 390-5386
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Santiam High School Class of 2014
*Not pictured: Lyra Thummel
Congratulations to Santiam High School Class of 2014
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Mountain Edge Cafe adds extended dinner hours, new menu items and gluten free options
New restaurateurs Lanora and Tony Dienstel have taken some bold steps since taking ownership of Mountain Edge Cafe in Mill City. Not only have they opened up for dinners on the weekends, they added 15 new menu items as well including homemade
milk shakes, healthy rice bowls, fresh fruit bowls and gluten free breads and buns for sandwiches and burgers. “People are loving our Wednesday morning German pancakes with fresh berries and real maple syrup,” said Lanora. Another fa-
vorite: Hamburger steak smothered in mushrooms and onion, featuring Tony’s own special fresh ground seasoning. New hours: 6 am - 3pm Monday-Thursday; 6 am - 8 pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Breakfast 6am - 3pm all days.
Event submissions are printed FREE! The Canyon Weekly cannot guarantee placement; however, priority is given to emailed submissions, and events occurring in the North Santiam Canyon (Lyons/Mehama to Marion Forks). Submit your event to: Editor@TheCanyonWeekly.com.
City of Detroit Annual Clean Up Day June 14, 9am-4pm behind the former grade school at 110 Patton Rd S. The city has 3 dumpsters available: General trash, yard debris, and metal. Charges are per pickup load, or per item for appliances, tires, and e-waste. Latex paint only, and non-broken car batteries are accepted free of charge. Construction material is accepted towards the end of the event if space allows. No dumping of chemicals or propane cylinders is allowed. For a price list or additional information please contact city hall at 503854-3496, or email@example.com. Medicare Assistance Workshop with SHIBA (Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance) on June 18, 10am at Lyons City Hall. Certified counselors will be available to assist Medicare recipients with questions, claims and appeals. Counselors will discuss the basics of Medicare, options for changes and assist with applications for limited income subsidies, also known as extra help. Spouses, friends and family members, including adult children, are welcome to attend. SHIBA services are always free and impartial; a program of RSVP/OCWCOG. Info: Debbie 541-812-0849 Santiam Valley Grange Flea Market
June 21, 9am-3pm at 1140 E 5th Street, Lyons. Crafts, collectibles and treasures galore. Lunch available; hamburgers, cheeseburgers, potato salad, desserts, coffee and punch. Tables and tail-gating available. Free admission, free parking. For more info call 503-859-2161. Blues and Brews at the Elkhorn Valley Inn with the Rose City Rats on June 28, 1-6pm at 33016 North Fork Rd., Lyons. Presented by the North Santiam Chamber of Commerce. Tickets on sale at US Bank, Mill City, are $20 and includes one complimentary drink from Gilgamesh Brewery. 21 and over only. Info: 503-897-5000. Old Timey Picnic at the Old School Community and Youth Center in Mehama. Save The Date! On Friday, July 4, OSCYC will be throwing an Old Timey Picnic and Open House from 12-4pm. There will be games, food, music and more. Info: Ron Adams at 503-859-2477. Fireworks Over the Lake in Detroit. July 5, 2014. Info: detroitlakeoregon.org.
Events this Week Thursday, June 5
8-9:30am Young Professionals Group meets at Trexler Farm in Mehama. This is a new group for entrepreneurs, key employees and civic leaders (under age 40) who are serious about their careers and businesses and want to meet and build relationships with other young professionals in Aumsville/Scio to Marion Forks. Info: 503-871-5188. 6:30pm Santiam Jr/Sr High American Pop Culture Class Musical Review & Pop/Rock Concert at the Santiam High School Auditorium on Evergreen in Mill City. $2 admission. Proceeds go towards the purchase of new sound equipment.
7pm The North Santiam Historical Societyâ€™s next general meeting at the Gates Fire Hall. Public welcome.
Saturday, June 7
Free Fishing Weekend (June 7-8) with the Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife. Oregon residents and visitors a full weekend to fish, crab and clam without a license, anywhere in the state. Info: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/ education/angling/free_fishing.asp 9am 25th Annual Santiam Hospital Fun Run & Health Walk at 1401 N 10th Ave, Stayton. Registration:7:30-8:30, Run 9am. 3K, 5K, 8K runs and 5K walk. Pre- Registration entry by May 30 is only $5 per person or $15 with a t-shirt. Group (up to 4) rate of $40 includes t-shirts. Day of race registration is $10 or $20 with t-shirt. Register at www.staytonevents.com or call 503-769-2175. 10am-2pm Free Kids Fishing Day Clinic at Hoover Campground in Detroit, with the Willamette National Forest and ODFW. Ages 18 and under are invited to fish Detroit Lake from the pier or by boat while kids under 11 can fish from a small pond. There will also be a fish painting booth and lunch will be provided by the Oregon Paralyzed Veterans of America, said organizers. Located on Blowout Road, 2 miles east of the town of Detroit. Free, wheelchair accessible. Info: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/ education/angling/free_fishing.asp. 12-9pm Turner Celebration Annual Street Fair on Second & Chicago Streets, Downtown Turner. Art & craft vendors, food vendors, car show and beer & wine
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FOOD & PASTRIES 7-5 m-sat 8-5 sun Hwy 22 Mill City (503)897-2378
garden. Games & rides for all ages with children’s activities in Burkland Park including: climbing wall, Monkey Motion Ride, pony rides, wagon rides, mini golf, and a bounce house. The Burkland pool will be open from 1pm-4pm for just $1 per person. Entertainment throughout the day! Mill City OddFellows Lodge Comedy Night to benefit the Mill City Skate Park project. See article on page 1 for more info. 21 and over at 158 SW Broadway, Mill City. Dinner and drinks will be available.
Sunday, June 8
Free Fishing Weekend (June 7-8) with the Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife. Oregon residents and visitors a full weekend to fish, crab and clam without a license, anywhere in the state. Info: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/education/angling/ free_fishing.asp
Monday, June 9
7pm Lyons Fire District Board Meeting at 1114 Main Street, Lyons. Open to the public.
Gates Community Church of Christ
“..reaching the canyon for Christ.” Mike Stair, Minister Worship Service 10 AM 40070 Gates School Rd (503)897-3210
503-897-2716 251 SW 3rd St, Mill City
Christian Church www.millcitychristianchurch.org
Sunday Worship 10 am
Thursday, June 12
7pm Canyon Readers Book Club meets on the second Thursday evening of the month at Trexler Farm Restaurant. Dinner starts at 6pm, book discussion at 7pm. Upcoming book club topics: June 12 - Speak Swahili, Dammit - James Penhaligan, July 10 - Make No Bones by Aaron Elkins. New members always welcome. Info: Contact Herb Bastuscheck at 503-8592668.
day. 7pm Santiam Canyon Community Chorus rehearses at the Canyon Arts Center on Hwy 22. Joanne Hebing 503-859-3426.
10am-2pm Quilting Club Canyon Bible Fellowship, Lyons 910-4918 12pm Meals on Wheels, Senior Meals Tuesday, June 10 Fellowship Hall, MC Presbyterian. Meals 6pm Lyons Planning Commission Meeting at Lyons Library is located at 279 8th St. on Wheels. Ruth:503-897-2204. $3.50 449 Fifth Street. Open to the public. 6:30pm Mill City City Council Meeting at 444 Hours: Tue/Thu 1pm-6:30pm, Sat: 10am- donation recommended. 3:30pm, Sun-Mon-Fri: Closed. Info: 503- 7:30pm Santiam Al-Anon, Mt. View S First Avenue. Open to the public. 859-2366 Church, Aumsville. Newcomers welcome. Mill City Library is located at 250 Wednesdays SW 2nd Ave. Hours: 10-12/1:307pm AA Meeting at Gates Community 3:30pm on Tues-Fri. Sat 10-12. Church of Christ Closed Sun & Mon. Info: 503-897- 7:30pm AA Meeting at Idanha City Hall. 4143. Thursdays North Santiam Watershed Coun- 10am-3pm North Santiam Quilters, cil meetings are held at the Stayton Gates Church, all levels! 503-897-2102. Community Center at 400 West 12pm Meals on Wheels, Senior Meals. Virginia Street on the 2nd Thursday of every month except July/August Fellowship Hall, MC Presbyterian Church. Ruth: 503-897-2204 at 7pm. 503- 930-8202 or www. 12-4:30pm Food Distribution Day at northsantiam.org. Join the Canyon Gleaners. Learn Canyon Gleaners in Mill City. more about how low-income fami- 3:30-5pm Good News Club at Mill City lies can participate in a local food Baptist Church. Kids K-4 grade. Bible sharing/gathering program. For stories, singing, games, snack. Free. 815 more info call 503-897-4031. Santiam Blvd. 5:30-8pm Youth Night Ages 10-18 Mill Mondays 6:30-8:30pm Youth Group at Mill City Christian Church. Kids MUST be City Baptist Church 7th grade to 24 picked up by 8:15. Free. Not held on years. 815 NW Santiam Blvd. Sun- weeks with Friday school.
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Date: 05/25/14 Time: 2:18 TRAFFDUII LYONS MILL CITY DR Caller advi she followed her friend home from the bar. He is drunk and lives on Kingwood Av, Mill City. Male has continued down LMC. Date: 05/25/14 Time: 11:35 DISTB-OTHER 4TH AV Mill City Caller is at the listed location to pickup her father’s stuff. He has a restraining order prohibiting him from being at the location. Date: 05/25/14 Time: 13:32 DOG BITE KINGSTON-LYONS DR Linn County Caller reporting victim came to hospital to be treated for a dog bite. Victim has since left the hospital after being treated. Date: 05/26/14 Time: 8:12 UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY TO MOTOR VEHICLE KINGWOOD AV Mill City Pr advised that her vehicle was entered last night. Date: 05/26/14 Time: 13:59 TRESPASS ROCK CREEK RD Linn County illegal campers. deputies will have to go in on foot Date: 05/26/14 Time: 15:25 CRIM MISCHIEF KINGSTON-LYONS DR Linn County reporting pipes to their well are broken Date: 05/26/14 Time: 18:33 ASSTOUTSIDE AGENCY LINN BV Mill City request deputy respond 26 yo male broken ankle metcom concerned that they may have been fighting even though Date: 05/26/14 Time: 19:35 MENACING RPT 1ST AV Mill City wants to report his son for menacing in Mill City. I have spoke with
the caller prior to this and advised him that if he wants to report his son as a runaway Date: 05/26/14 Time: 21:16 ASSAULT REPORT 12TH ST Lyons caller is with Silverton PD, female was a victim of an assault at aprox 0300 hours 05-26-14 Date: 05/26/14 Time: 21:50 DOG COMPLAINT 4TH AV Mill City callers dog was attacked by another dog while taking a walk. Date: 05/27/14 Time: 13:06 VIOLATION OF NO CONTACT ORDER 4TH AV Mill City caller advises that woman repeated a conversation that she had with man, who is the respondent in a no contact order protecting woman. Date: 05/27/14 Time: 13:08 ASSAULT REPORT 12TH ST Lyons Pr advising that her significant other, kicked her in the head. She said this occ’d on Sat night. Pr said she went to urgent care yesterday Date: 05/27/14 Time: 18:33 THEFT-RPT KINGWOOD AV Mill City woman has had some personal identification papers stolen. Date: 05/27/14 Time: 21:16 EXTRA PATROL SUNSET WY Linn County caller would like the area checked for a white Ford pickup with 4x4 stickers in the window the veh has been seen at location several times backed up to Date: 05/28/14 Time: 15:24 BURGLARY REPORT KINGSTONLYONS DR Linn County Caller advi someone broke into the garage attached to the house. Window was
broken out. No one has gone inside the garage or the house. Date: 05/28/14 Time: 17:10 SUSP-VEHICLE HWY 226 Linn County power chevrolet lic plates 701:vehicle has a temp tag in it, it is locked and secure, still warm, no one around the vehicle, will check Date: 05/29/14 Time: 11:57 FRAUD 13TH ST Lyons Caller reporting someone used his ATM card at the Lyons market yesterday and got $100. Date: 05/29/14 Time: 14:43 WELF CHECK SANTIAM HWY Date: 05/29/14 Time: 19:05 PHONE-HARASSMENT HWY 226 Linn County Caller reporting susp calling him after being told not to contact the caller. Caller is available for phone contact. Date: 05/30/14 Time: 1:59 THEFTRPT SANTIAM BV Mill City Caller advises this occurred at the church next door, unknown what the address or name is. Date: 05/30/14 Time: 8:42 DISTBDOMESTIC KINGWOOD AV Mill City male subj yelling in the background male and female are yelling and fighting over money.... male took female callers purse Date: 05/30/14 Time: 10:21 DISTB-OTHER CEDAR ST Idanha caller wants his 21yo stepson removed from the property. verbal between 21yo and his Mom caller is outside, 21yo is still inside Date: 05/30/14 Time: 12:31 DISTB-NOISE
Bicycle wreck on Hwy 22 results in death of Stayton man
On May 31, 2014 at approximately 3:19 p.m., Leon Wade Hyatt age 55, from Stayton, was riding a bicycle on the eastbound shoulder of Highway 22E near milepost 16. Hyatt’s bicycle reportedly Our Family serving yours. ran over a piece of 2x4 wood lying on the paveLocally family owned and ment, causing him to lose control. Hyatt fell off the owner operated bicycle and landed on his face. He was not wearing a helmet and suffered serious injury. email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.santiamfuneral.com The man was transported by ground ambulance to Santiam Hospital in Stayton. He was then taken by (503)769-9010 air ambulance to Oregon Health & Science Uni224 N. 3rd Avenue ~ Stayton versity where he died from his injuries.
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KINGWOOD AV Mill City caller has heard a couple from the apts, yelling at each other all morning. Date: 05/30/14 Time: 14:55 DISTB-OTHER KINGWOOD AV Mill City Male and female out in front of the apts yelling and swearing at each other again. Date: 05/30/14 Time: 22:30 SUSPCIRCUMSTANCES 3RD AV Mill City Metcom transfered. Basement now locked. Lights all off in the house. Caller confirms that there is nobody in the house. Date: 05/31/14 Time: 13:41 THEFT-RPT MAIN ST Lyons caller had given some items to woman for sale and the caller has not been paid Date: 05/31/14 Time: 14:53 THEFT-RPT LYONS MILL CITY DR Linn County caller reports that at approx 04:30 this am, someone stole gas from his veh..... caller saw a male subj wearing blk hoodie, carrying a can Date: 05/31/14 Time: 17:59 FIRE ARMS COMPL SUNSET WY Shoot towards the house. Right now. No backstops. Standing on the back porch. Possibly drinking. Changed the address to list the address of who is shooting. Date: 05/31/14 Time: 20:34 DISTB-DOMESTIC REMINE RD Mill City Caller states that her boyfriend beat her up. She is refusing medics, just wants him out of there.
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PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE: CITY OF GATES HAZARDOUS VEGETATION ORDINANCE HAZARDOUS VEGETATION as per ordinance 102 section 18 (2) attention residence of Gates: No owner and/or person in charge of property shall allow hazardous vegetation to be on the property or in the right of way of a public thoroughfare abutting on the property. An owner and/ or person in charge of property
shall cut down or destroy grass, Classified Ad Rates shrubbery, bushes, brush, weeds Text: 25 words for $5/week. or other hazardous vegetation as Photo: 25 words + photo $10/ often as needed to prevent them week. from becoming a fire hazard or, Addtl words: .20 each in the case of weeds or other Rideshare ads are FREE! hazardous vegetation, from ma- Lost & Found ad are FREE! turing or from going to seed. max 25 words Violation of this section of City Deadline: Saturday noon for the Ordinance may result in the im- following Wednesday publication. Submit your ad to position of a fine and court costs against the owner and/or person Editor@TheCanyonWeekly.com Drop Box Locations: in charge of real property. Mehama True Value NOTICE OF PUBLIC Kelly Lumber, Mill City Gates Post Office HEARING before the Lyons City Council Thursday June 12, Notice: All real estate ad2014 6:30 p.m. at Lyons City Publishers vertising in this newspaper is subject Hall 449 5th Street Lyons, OR to the Fair Housing Act which makes 97358. A Public Hearing will it illegal to advertise any preferbe held by the City Council of ence, limitation, or discrimination based on color, race, sex, religion, the City of Lyons, Linn County, handicap, familial status or national Oregon to receive citizen com- origin, or an intention to make any ment on possible uses of State such preference, limitation or disRevenue Sharing funds, Thurs- crimination. The Canyon Weekly will day June 12, 2014, 6:30 p.m. at not knowingly accept any advertising that violates this law. All dwellings the Lyons City Hall, Lyons, Or- advertised are avail on an equal opegon. Meetings are open to the portunity basis. public. Meeting notice will also be available on the City of Lyons website, http://www.cityoflyons.org/
PUBLIC NOTICE: THE LYONS CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD A City Council Meeting ON Thursday June 12, 2014 at 6:30pm. Meeting notice will also be available on the City of Lyons website, http://www.cityoflyons. org/.
James T Wright, born July 31 1926, died on May 28 2014. A memorial service will be held June 21, 1:30 pm at Mauriceâ€™s Bistro in Marion Estates, 390 S.E Church St, Sublimity. An obituary will be posted at a later date.
A Card of Thanks The family of Robert Lee Ziebert wish to thank all who expressed sympathy and support at his death on May 5, 2014. All card, flowers, offers of help plus tender thoughts and heartfelt prayers are and will continue to be greatly appreciated. We especially want to thank all the good people at Gentiva Hospice, the wonderful people at the Salem Hospital Cancer Institute and all friends and family who went the extra mile to help in all ways possible. We as his family will forever appreciate all the love and faith shown at this time of pain and grief. The Family of Robert Lee Ziebert
Santiam’s New Cafe a hit with Students and Staff The Switchback Cafe at Santiam Jr/Sr High officially opened at the beginning of this school year under the guidance of Youth Transition Teacher, Debbie Fawcett. It is located in a small out-building across from the high school gymnasium and is opened for students and staff during regular school hours serving up hot and cold coffee drinks. The focus of the program is connecting kids with vocational rehab that might otherwise have a barrier to employment. “We get them into Job experiences and job shadows, all all venues related to the world of work,” said LBL ESD youth transition specialist Clara Dawson. Santiam currently has five Youth Transition Program (YTP) students. On an average day these young people are learning the ins and outs of running a small business. They helped to remodel the building with the help of Dan Benjamin Construction. Each attended barista training and obtained food handler permits. Some have even obtained their CPR cards.
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June 14: City of Detroit clean-up day
“I really like making the drinks,” said Melinda Bowman, pictured above center and below at the helm of the blender. Brandi Taytor, above left, enjoys the hands on work experience and making new friends. Aleaya Van Dyke, above right, says the challenge of getting a lt of customers all at once keeps her on her toes. YTP Student Jacob Zeyen-Hall, picutred above in back, is the store manager has been working with Mrs. Fawcett to build up his management skills, and does so with articulate ease as he surveys the current needs of the business. Next up, installing counter-tops with Benjamin Construction and hopes to open to the public by next fall.
The City of Detroit will hold its Annual City Wide Clean Up Day on Saturday, June 14, 2014, from 9am-4pm behind the former grade school at 110 Patton Rd S. Typically, the City has 3 dumpsters available: General trash, yard debris, and metal. Charges are per pickup load, or per item for appliances, tires, and e-waste. Latex paint only, and non-broken car batteries are accepted free of charge. Construction material is accepted towards the end of the event if space allows. No dumping of chemicals or propane cylinders is allowed. For a price list or additional information please contact city hall at 503-854-3496, or firstname.lastname@example.org.