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The Canyon Weekly July 27, 2011

Volume 2, Issue 30

News and Life - For Our Side of the Mountain!

Serving the communities of Lyons, Mehama, Elkhorn, Mill City, Gates, Niagra, Detroit, Breitenbush, Idanha and Marion Forks

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Residents concerned about Detroit Lake shoreline project

Locals get ready for youth benefit golf tourney

USFS holds open house to get local input, address changes

It’s a project that’s meant to bring visitors - and dollars - to the Detroit economy. It’s also a project that’s causing some concern among residents who live on Detroit Lake - particularly those who live on a short stretch near Detroit Flats. Last year, local agencies began the process to develop walking paths, wildlife watching and more camping areas on the northeast side of the lake. At a recent public meeting about the proposed plans, called the Detroit Lake Recreation Enhancement and Shoreline Restoration Design Project, it was apparent that some concerns from meetings held last year still remain unanswered.

“Who is going to police all the people coming,” asked one resident. Others wanted to know about a particular stretch of shoreline that designers had cut off from boat access. Near Detroit Flats, designers proposed creating series of islands with connecting bridges for walking use. The problem, said residents, is that the bridges would create a barrier and would prevent them from mooring their boats where they do now - at the shore in front of their home. The shoreline is public property, but some homeowners argue that they are assessed higher taxes for their prime location. The islands and (cont’d on back page)

Save the date, August 13th, as the Cascade Foothills Saturday Faire returns this year as a one day only don’t miss event. Artists, crafts-people, farmers and performers from the North Santiam Canyon and beyond will gather at the green space right off Highway 22 in Gates to share their talents and their wares. This year’s festival, hosted by the North Santiam Chamber of Commerce, is sure

to have something for everyone. Many of the vendors from years past plan on returning including Fresh to You Produce and Why Not tie dye wearable art, and several new vendors and businesses are planning on joining in. “We’re also expanding the hours to 9:30-5:30 and increasing the availability of food, and places to sit and relax while listening to live music,” said Cathy Morris, event coordinator. (cont’d on back page)

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Tickets to Shakespeare Festival, Reno coach trip among prizes Local organizer Mike Long knows that not everybody can be Tiger Woods. “We have some really good players, but some that just play every once in awhile,” said Long. Perhaps that’s why the Youth Benefit Golf Tournament has several categories, including the Hardly Ever Played Division. Mike Long, wife Jan and son Joe (pictured above) won’t be playing in the tournament at Elkhorn Golf Course - they’ll be taking care of the 120 expected players at the August 6 event, including making sure the free food and drinks out on the course ensure everyone has enough energy to give it their all. The annual tournament serves as a fundraiser for local youth causes. Last year, they distributed $9,000 in scholarships and other awards. This year, they’re hoping to beat that, said Long. “The ultimate goal is to have fun.” Prizes include golf for four at Pumpkin Ridge, dinner at Giovanni’s Pizza and a Gene’s Meat Market gift certificate, brunch at Orchard Hearts Winery, four dozen Titelist golf balls, and 18 holes with cart at Elkhorn Valley. Registration: $100/player. Visit www.YBGolf.com for more information. www.SugarandSpiceBakeryTreats.com

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The Gates area cemetery, locally known as the gathering place for honoring veterans and local heros, has been mapped, photographed and indexed by a California man, Jay C. Wood. In 2009, Wood located and photographed over 1,600 grave sites - then he indexed and posted them in an easy, online format. He includes information about the cemetery history - including that it used to be called King’s Prairie Burying Ground and that it’s voluntarily run by local resident Dan Lemke, through donations. While mapper Jay C. Wood doesn’t live in the area, he says on the website, “I indexed this cemetery because I

have over thirty ancestors and relatives there...Each entry contains only what is on the marker but there are a couple of exceptions to that. I could not resist to include “Carl” and “Gladys” to Lester C. Chance and Lena G. Chance - since I and probably everybody else never knew them by any other name but Carl and Gladys.” Wood has indexed three other California cemeteries, as well. Locals can see his work (and offer corrections and suggestions) at http://jaycwood.us/FairviewCemetery/Index.html. Wood will return to the area August 6, 9am to get an update. Volunteers are requested to help with his historical efforts.

School district Hall of Fame chooses recipients, seeks award night sponsorships Information sought about whereabouts of award winners from the 1981 Girl’s Varsity Basketball team Sponsors are sought to help recognize the 2011 Santiam Canyon School District’s Hall of Fame winners in four categories: • Former staff: Paula Hilgers (Business Teacher) and Vern Peterman (former Mill City Elementary/Jr. High Principal) • Former student: Patrick Moore (1985) • School supporter/booster: Mill City Lion’s Club • Former team: 1981 Santiam High School Girl’s Basketball Team. These recipients will be recognized at the 9th Annual Hall of Fame Banquet on Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 7pm at the high school commons. Anyone with information to the

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whereabouts of the 1981 Girl’s Varsity Basketball players are asked to contact (503)897-2311, david.plotts@santiam. k12.or.us. Sponsorships are being sought for award winner biographies hung at the school. (Due to funding issues, dollars normally set aside for the Hall of Fame are needed for after school activities.) Over eight years, the banquet recognized over 50 past students, staff, teams and other supporters - many who have accomplished great things here and elsewhere. Their biographies are posted in the high school gymnasium. The Hall of Fame committee is looking for individual sponsors ($150) or all recipient sponsors ($600). Info: David Plotts, Caroline Gillaspy 503-897-2311.


The Ultimate Stay-cation: Local retailer offers hydrotherapy with a natural twist With the average family vacation running about $1600, local spa dealer and Idanha resident Ron McFarland is seeing a growing trend among Santiam Canyon residents. Those who have secure positions are investing in their own personal pleasure with hydrotherapy (and further supporting our local businesses) rather than spending more on fuel to drive somewhere. And they’re doing it with 4% interest rates (OAC) on an investment that can last up to 25 years. “If you’ve got a vacation home, you’ve got to have a place to relax,” said McFarland of Clearwater Spas. An entry level spa runs around $1,000 used and $3199 new. That’s one-two

family vacations - and this one will last year-round. McFarland recommends avoiding state fair dealers because, “We spent $40,000 one year for a booth. Fair dealers have to make enough money to pay for that.” Clearwater Spas is all about conserving resources, too. They offer a natural enzyme water cleaner that actually eats the contaminants that cause bacteria to grow. One 2oz bottle of Water’s Choice lasts 4-6 months and keeps your spa water clean 3 times longer than traditional chemicals - saving water and time. Clearwater Spas is located on S. Commercial in Salem near Fred Meyer. Info: 503-370-8236 or www.cwsSalem.com. Waters Choice: www.waterschoice.com.

MC National Night Out Celebration Aug 2

Mill City is getting pumped up to join their first National Night Out community party Tuesday, August 2, 7-9pm at Kimmel Park. Communities throughout North America have been participating for the past 28 years in neighborhood-based parties that aim to heighten crime prevention awareness, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. Last year, over 37 million people in 15,110 cities, towns, and military bases participated. This year Mill City will join the fold! Organizer Greg Pisano, a whirlwind of energy, is the force behind bringing this important event home. “This program is really gathering mo-

mentum. I’m excited to see it all come together like this,” said Pisano. Highlights include fire truck rides for kids, free blood pressure readings by MC Fire Dept volunteers, Break the Chain Monster Truck, Canyon Crisis Center, free BBQ hot dogs and refreshments from Santiam Hearts to Arts and desserts from Downtown Waffles of Salem. Mill City Baptist Church will be there with a Dunk Tank and the Linn and Marion County Sheriffs Departments will be on hand. Come on out and meet your neighbors, men and women who dedicate their lives to public service, and help send a message to criminals that our communities look out for each other!

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Local 4-H youth win top awards at fair Elijah Nielsen qualifies for state

The local Diamondback Clovers shined at the Linn County Fair last week in Albany with many awards and ribbons gained by these hard working youth. “These kids are there for six days...up at 5:30 in the morning to feed and groom and milk, then show their livestock. They are responsible for all the animal chores,” said Sheila Nielsen, mother of three young farmers. “The parents are there for back up and moral support.” That dedication was well rewarded. Elijah Nielsen was honored with several awards including: Intermediate Grand Champion Showmanship, Intermediate Citizenship Award, Reserve Champion Dairy Yearling Goat and Grand Champion in Dam and Daughter goats. Elijah and his dairy goats also qualified to show at the Oregon State fair at the end of August. Alicia Nolan won Grand Champion in sheep breed class. Trevor Tinney, Brady Mitchell, and Cody Miller shared the title of “Grand Champion Pen of Gilt Pigs”. Shyanne Ward was awarded Reserve Champion for Holland Lop Rabbit. Sam Studnick won Junior Citizenship Award. Danielle Kunkle and Allison Studnick both were in their first year of showing hogs, with Allison making it to the final round in Junior Showmanship. Kelsey Pollard is in her second year of showing hogs and has the honor of be4

ing the 4-H club’s expert hog shower. Emma Stearns placed third in Meat Doe breed class, and Lynzee Smith came and helped with all the animals. The young “Cloverbuds” showed their rabbits and chickens Saturday. They include Preston Tinney, Alex Mitchell, Grace Lindemann, Ellie Lindemann, Katelynn Ward, Ella Miller, Tanner Manning, Alissa Humphreys, Luke Nielsen, Elijah Nolan, Kirsty Pollard, Ethan Breen, Levi Ohrt, Nolan Ohrt, and Maddie Forste. Nine Diamondback Clover members marketed hogs, and one marketed sheep at the Linn County livestock auction on Saturday night. The Clovers would like to thank all the community supporters who came to purchase their market animals. Special thanks to their tireless leader, Amber Tinney. “Amber is absolutely the best 4-H leader ever! The calm in the storm. A real blessing to our community,” said Sheila Nielsen. Picutred top to bottom: Brady Mitchell with one of the Grand Champion Pen of Gilt Pigs, Elijah Nielsen receives and award for his Champion Dairy Goat Dry Yearling, Shyanne Ward with her Reserve Champion Holland Lop Rabbit, The Diamondback Clovers and Cloverbuds of the N.S. Canyon. Leader Amber Tinney pictured back row left.


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Lyons plans summer city-wide garage sale Sat, August 20

For the fourth year, the City of Lyons is organizing a citywide garage sale. Permits are not required, but participants can get on the city map for just one dollar, which will be given to local shoppers. Participants will also receive a fluorescent sign identifying their sale reading “The Community That Cares”. According the their flyer, the City of Lyons organizes the event as part of their overall concept of waste reduction by the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle. Any residents can get a fluorescent sign at city hall through August 19. Registration to be on the map must be completed by August 12, 4pm. Maps will be available at city hall starting August 15. Info: Mary Mitchell 503-859-2167

37th Annual multi-class Santiam High Reunion

Santiam High School Alumni (through class of 1986) are invited to attend a celebration Sunday, August 7 at the high school Commons. Family, friends and former teachers are also invited. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the class of 1961. Special honors for classes 1941 and 1951. Registration begins at 11:30am ($5/alumni includes 5 free door prize tickets. No fee for non-alumni.) Blessing and pot-luck at 1pm, business meeting at 2pm, adjoun at 3:30pm. Volunteers are

needed for all aspects of the day. Please bring a potluck item with serving utensil, personal dishes, memory items like pictures and an item to share for the door prize drawing. Water, iced tea and coffee will be provided. Info: Mill City Alumni Association PO Box 633 Turner, OR 97392 or mcaa@live.com. Chuck Kuhlman, MCAA Reunion Coordinator 503-743-4355.

Mill City Garden Club news

On Wednesday, June 15 at noon, the garden club met at the home of Whende Thomas with Marie Harmon as co-hostess. This was a potluck and the last meeting until September. It was held outside next to the swimming pool - a very beautiful setting. Betty Trevina won the door prize - a decorative faucet. A short business meeting followed and president Betty Heald led the Pledge of Allegiance. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved; there was no treasurer’s report. Whende’s daughter, Tegan Willit was a guest and informed everyone of her dance classes at Santiam Valley Dance held at St. Patrick’s Hall in Lyons with ballet, ballroom and Zumba. 503383-4359. Mill City Garden Club members present at the meeting were: Alice Bond, Betty Heald, Marie Harmon, Diane Miller, Toni Thomas, Whende Thomas, Betty Trevina, Alice Wilson and guests present were: Elsa Seward, Tegan Willet (and daughter). 5


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The Missoula Children’s Theatre technical aspects of the production. (MCT) returns once again to Mill City Costs to participate is $20 per child, or thanks to generous contributions from $40 for two or more siblings living in the Youth Benefit Golf Tournament. the same household. All students must “Year after year, (the YBGT) supports be available for all practices Monday this well loved program. We are so for- through Thursday (times will vary with tunate and so thankful,” said Caroline parts assigned) and lunch will be proGillaspy, the local coordinator. vided. Students also must be available The theatre is the nation’s largest tour- for both performances on Friday and ing children’s theatre, and has been trav- Saturday, and will need to bring a sack elling extensively for 38 years, visiting lunch on these days. nearly 1300 communities annually. The Secret Garden will be presented A tour team will arrive in Mill City on August 5, 7pm and August 6, 1pm next week complete with a set, lights, at Santiam Auditorium. Missoula Chilcostumes, props, make-up - everything dren’s Theater’s mission is the developit takes to put on a play...except the cast. ment of life-skills in children through An open audition will be held for the participation in the performing arts. production of The Secret Garden Mon- Info: Caroline at 503-507-3930 or 503day, August 1, 10-12pm at Santiam Au- 897-2311 ext. 240. ditorium on Evergreen St. in Mill City. Those auditioning should arrive at 10am and plan to stay for the full two hours. Some of the cast members will be asked to stay for a rehearsal immediately following the audition. Among the roles to be cast are Mary Lennox, Martha Sowerbury, Dickon Sowerbury, Colin Craven, Archibald Craven, Ayah/ Bilge Rat/Captain, Mrs. Medlock, Doctor Craven, Ben Weatherstaff, Robin Redbreast, the Bugs that Rock, the Canadian Geese, the Moor Folk, the Fireflies and the Secret Garden. All children from all nearby communities, entering 1st grade through and Written by Music and Lyrics by 12th grade, are encouraged to Conceived Michael McGill Michael McGill audition. No advance preparation is necessary. Assistant Directors will also be cast to assist with the


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The McGRA Midget National (9 & 10 year olds) baseball team went 2 - 2 at the JBO State Tournament in Aloha last weekend and finished in the top eight out of 107 teams at their level in the state. League rival West Salem, who Mill City beat twice this year, won the State Tournament title. Mill City beat Silverton 8-4 on Thursday morning then lost to Yamhill-Carlton 6 to 5 on Thursday afternoon in a nail biter. Mill City then bounced back to knock off Sherwood 10 to 0 Friday morning followed by a tough 10 - 9 loss to Forest Grove on Friday afternoon. Forest Grove then went on to win again and took on West Salem for the Tournament title.

The boys performed very well and finished the season with a 16 - 5 overall record. Most importantly, the team received the Tournament Sportsmanship award, which the Committee sees as their most important award. Each boy received a medal and the team received a huge trophy for the achievement. Congratulations to the team on a great season, and for doing it with class! A big thank you goes to the parents and grandparents for all of their support, super-fan Judy Hugenberger for coming to all the district playoff games in Brownsville and the Coaches: Head Coach Dan Cunderman, and Assistants Steve Sappington, Randy Moberg, Brad Mitchell and Clint Forste. Thank you also to Aniese Mitchell and Jennifer Kadin for keeping score all season.

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Fishermen’s Bend to Mehama is a delightful drift this time of year. There are dozens of moderate rapids and some fish in the eight mile drift. There are great parks and good access from shore. Packsaddle to Fishermen’s Bend has a lot of white water and many occasional boaters stay away from the risks involved with Spencer’s Hole, the Gorge, and Mill City Falls. For some experienced boaters, this section has lots of great scenery, quite a bit of solitude, and increasing numbers of fish. The steelhead bite had been soft and occasional last week from Packsaddle to Fishermen’s Bend and soft and seldom between Fishermen’s Bend and Mehama. On a recent trip, just below Minto we saw hundreds of steelhead scattered around ledges and rocks in classic locations. These fish were near the center of the river and in definite current. River temperature varies from 48 to 55 at Packsaddle and from 53 to 61 at Mehama. Fish around Mehama will probably go upstream to get into colder water as the sun warms up the river in the morning. As Packsaddle temperatures decrease, some of the fish will drop back down the river to warm up North Santiam River Guides Association will meet on July 27, Wednesday, at 6:00 p.m. in Aumsville at Neufeldt’s Restaurant. Dinner is optional. There will be a program on Tillamook Bay salmon fishing by Mike Woodward. Guests are welcome. Information is available about all North Santiam drifts and fish numbers.


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Ages 10-18 Mill City Christian Church, Mill City. All kids MUST gates.community@yahoo.com be picked up at 9:30pm. Free. Friday (weather pending) at Cottonwoods 503-602-8742 ball field in River Loop. Facebook: 7pm. AA Meeting Santiam Chapel, Lyons. Thursday, August 4 Fishermen’s Bend Campgound. 7:30-8:30pm Idanha AA at City Hall 3pm World crafts craft day. Dress 7pm Mill City Moose Lodge Wii Game code theme: African or Australian. Lyons Thursdays Night New members/guests welcome. Public Library 279 8th St. Info: 503-859- 12pm Senior Meals. Fellowship Hall, 611 N. 1st Ave Stayton 503.767.3234 10:30am-5pm Mon-Sat

Saturday, July 30

10am Team Roping Competiton at Runningbrook Farms in Aumsville. 4 for $20. Trophy buckles and money prizes. ACTRA sanctioned. Info: Byron Ramseyer 503-871-8701 2-3pm Water Safety with Ranger Dan at Fishermen’s Bend Campground. Family fun, free. Info: Facebook or 503-8972406 5-8pm Santiam Valley Dance Recital at Santiam High School Auditorium. Come support the ballet, jazz and hip hop classes at our semi annual recital! Free. This is a great way to check out Santiam Valley Dance and see if you want to enroll your child or yourself. 6-8pm Chicken Strip Dinner at Mill City Moose Lodge. Info: 503-897-5634. 7pm Gates Community Church Hosts “God Squad” for an evening of worship, drama, praise and puppets! Directed by Debbie Morris and assisted by Kathy Lehr. FREE, free-will offering will be taken to help the God Squad with expenses. 7pm 9-ball Tournament at Mill City Moose Lodge (every Saturday). $3, payouts for 1-3 place. Info: darryl. jorgensen@gmail.com 8pm Saturday Night Movies at Mill City Eagles Lodge “The Green Hornet” New members/guests welcome. 897-3100

40070 Gates School Rd (503)897-3210

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Weekly Events Mondays

4pm-8pm Youth Center for 7th-12 grades. Air Hockey, Ping Pong, ect. FREE. Mill City Baptist Church. 6-7:30pm Eagles Lodge Taco Night New members welcome. 897-3100

Tuesdays

10am-2pm Quilting Club Canyon Baptist Church 446 Cedar St, Lyons 503910-4918 12pm Senior Meals Fellowship Hall, Mill City Presbyterian Church. Meals on Wheels avail. Ruth:503 897-2204 1pm Eagles Lodge Bingo Open to everyone. Mill City 897-3100 7:30pm Santiam Al-Anon for family and friends of alcoholics, open meeting, Mt. View Church, First and Main,Aumsville (across from Neufeldt’s Restaurant)

Wednesdays

4pm-close Wild Wing Wednesday at Marion Fork Restaurant Wings your way (spicy,bbq,or plain) 60 cents each. 503-854-3669 5:30-9:30pm Teen Movie Night

MC Presbyterian Church, 897-2204 10am-3pm North Santiam Quilters, Gates Church, all levels! 897-2102 4pm-8pm Youth Center for 7th-12 grades. Air Hockey, Ping Pong, Foos Ball. FREE. Mill City Baptist Church. 4pm-close Tex Mex Thursday at Marion Forks Restaurant Mexican cuisine for your enjoyment. Only $9.99. 503-854-3669 6pm Cedars Taco Night, Detroit

Fridays

Free Knife Sharpening Fridays at Gene’s Meat Market from 3pm-6pm (limit 5, please). Located at the flashing yellow light on Hwy 22 in Mehama. 503859-2252. 10am-12pm Kid Zone Fun, crafts and a FREE sack lunch. Mill City Baptist Church. 140 N. 1st. St (503) 536-5414 1pm Canyon Senior Center Open Pinochle 844 South First St, Mill City 503-897-4176 7:30-8:30pm Idanha AA Mtg at City Hall

Monday, August 1

10am Auditions for The Secret Garden at Santiam HS Commons. Caroline Gillaspy is looking for kids K-12th grade for the August 1-6 events. Presented by the Missoula Children’s Theatre and SCSD. Must be avail for all practices/

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Vendor space still available at Cascade Foothills Saturday Faire

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Also new this year will be Youth Space, hosted by The Canyon Weekly. For a $5 fee kids ages 6-18 can share a booth space with up to 3 other young entrepreneurs to sell their hand made arts and crafts and home grown goods. We ask that parents be on hand for the younger ones to help with money exchange and support. “We still have plenty of room to accommodate all, so new and potential vendors are encouraged to apply. This has proven to be a very successful venue for many artisans and businesses as the weekend traffic passing though has ample room to park and the signage and visibility of the fair is excellent,” reports

Morris. Vendor applications can be found by visiting the Chamber’s website www.nschamber.org, or by calling Cathy at 541-2586940 or cmorris@le.linn.or.us.. Young vendors wanting to reserve a spot in Youth Space can call Karen at 503-990-3037, or email karen@thecanyonweekly. com. All items sold must be handcrafted, locally produced, or represented by an independent sales consultant of an approved business.

The Canyon Weekly  

July 27, 2011 Volume 2, Issue 30