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The Canyon Weekly July 7, 2011

Volume 2, Issue 27

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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Living the Small Town American Dream Mill City and Detroit explode in a celebration of Freedom!

From watching fireworks while Detroit Lake gently laps at the shore to an all out party at Kimmel Park - with live music and an amazing pyrotechnic display, nothing beats celebrating Independence Day in the North Santiam Canyon. Volunteers from Stayton to Idanha made sure this year would be one to remember! A special thanks to the Mill City Fourth of July Committee, Mill City Fire Department, and Detroit Lake Recreation and Business Association. Here’s a glimpse at this past weekend’s festivities! Pictured clockwise from right: Members of the Santiam Cowgirls Drill Team, local legend Arey Podrabsky sporting a blue ribbon, Mill City Historical Society’s Official Cheerleading Squad, volunteers at the Mill City Fire Dept got more than they signed up for - as the offical buxom babes of the parade! Lookin’ fine!

Can’t get enough photos of all the great local events? Have you checked out TheCanyonWeekly.com yet? We took hundreds of photos this weekend, many more than we can possibly print. Professional and amateur photographers from up and down the Santiam Canyon contribute weekly - and now these photos are available online for our readers! Missed the parade in Mill City? See the video online too! We’re also on Facebook .

As you celebrate - we do too! You may have noticed we distributed on Thursday this week, rather than our typical Wednesday. In order to properly honor this important national holiday - and to spend time with friends, family, and community - we took Monday off too! (Our camera crews kept on clicking however...) Thank you for your understanding and patronage! We remain steadfastly dedicated to serving our canyon communities...Karen, Tim and Michelle

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Mutt Show

at Kimmel Park, Mill City The Winner’s Circle

Shortest Tail: Marge &“Penny” Longest Tail: Trinity &“Dolly” Owner-Mutt Look-Alike: Lynn & “Molly” Frisbee Catch: Morgan &“Oakley” Best Wagger: Walter Dyer &“Tank” won second, but The Canyon Weekly didn’t get who won first! Was it you? Let us know! Send to editor@thecanyonweekly.com Best Trick: Keri Sanders &“Keyla” Most Patriotic: Dillion &“Jude” Youngest Mutt: (tie) Macoy &“Bell”, Kraig &“Thunder” Youngest Owner: Maizy and Ezra &“Marly” Oldest Mutt: Paige Hannah and 19 yr old “Fila”

Beach Blast Ages 3 years to 6th grade Celebrating God’s Faithfulness Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Dig into adventure-filled Bible stories, create wonderful beach crafts, and experience extraordinary Beach Blast music! We’ll embark on our sandy adventure on

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Furthest Travelled: Dennis & “Molly Moo” who travelled from Turlock, CA for the show. Ugly Mutt: Austin Johnson &“Blaze” Mutt of the Year: Keri Sanders & “Keyla” Count the Kibble in Jar: Sheila Hoover won a private lession with Linda Grace of Social Graces Dog Pictured: (right) Walter Dyer & Tank won “Best Training. Wagger” as Judges Nichole & Ryan Scholtz look The first annual Mutt Show, on. (Left) “Mutt of the Year” and “Best Trick” hosted by Linda Grace of Social winner Keyla with owners Keri, Ryan and Kendra Sanders.

Graces Dog Training, held the crowd captive while ribbons were awarded and prizes given out. Special thanks to donors: Wilco, Stayton Animal Supply, Kathleen’s Grooming, DeTailed Grooming, Ark Animal Care & Social Graces Dog Training.

Mill City Baptist Church

Summer Fun for Kids Free Basketball and VolleyBall Camp July 11th thru 15th 1:00pm to 4:00pm Santiam High School Gym Sponsored by Mill City Baptist Church and FBC Powell, Knoxville Tenn.

Attention: Middle School and High School Students We Are Offering A Free Basketball and Volleyball Clinic To All Middle School and High School Students (Male And Female). On July 11th, meet at Santiam High School Gym and you will be directed where to go from there. Info: call Brenda at 503-536-5414.


Grand Parade Winners on First Street, Mill City Mayor’s Choice

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Top: Float winner for Mayor’s Choice and Third Place: Beach boys and girls of the Mill City Baptist Church swim under a watchful eye. The church is hosting some amazing free programs for kids this summer - basketball and volleyball clinics from July 11th thru July 15th, 1-4pm (see ad adjoining page) for all middle and high school students from any community. Also the same week, kids are invited to join in Celebrating Right: Elaina Turpin proudly God’s Faithfulness at an adventure filled Beach Blast displays Canyon Arts where they can experience the beach through music and Festival/ Hearts to Arts First crafts, while digging into adventure filled Bible stories. Place award for their Visitors in town welcome to all events too! Call 503tye-dyed float (below). 536-5414 for more information. Peace.Love.Arts.

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Summer’s on its Way! Above: Kathy Klagg and her den of dedicated Girls Scouts celebrate their Second Place winning float that celebrates women - and their freedom to be and do anything they can imagine.

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Ken Cartwright to host FREE summer concert

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Elkhorn Fire Hall gets a facelift

The 26 year old fire station got a new coat of paint this weekend as part of ongoing maintenance from the Stayton Fire District. “We want to make sure that it stays in good shape,” said assistant fire chief Jay Alley. The station serves the North Fork area up to Shady Cove Campground, with seven North Fork resident volunteers, one rescue vehicle and one water tender. They average 15 service calls a year most in the summer when the population doubles or even triples due to visitors.

Auditions for The Secret Garden children’s play soon

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The week-long drama class & performance organized by Caroline Gillaspy is looking for kids K-12th grade for the August 1-6 events. Auditions will be held August 1, 10am at the Santiam High School Commons and young thespians will practice throughout the week. The program is presented by the Missoula Children’s Theatre and the Santiam Canyon School District. Actors must be available for all practices and performances (Aug. 5, 7pm and Aug 6, 1pm). Lunch is provided Mon-Thurs. Cost $20 per student or $40 two or more. Contact Caroline at 503-897-2311 for info.

August 9, 6pm at Pioneer Park in Stayton... Featuring “Little Roy Lewis” and Lizzy Long. This is a free concert produced by KENC streaming community radio and made possible by a grant from Stayton Cooperative Telephone company. A very family friendly event! All ages. Info: Ken Cartwright 503769-2778 or kenc@wvi.com. LIZZY LONG - Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, Resonator Banjo, Vocals. Lizzy has been nominated for three Dove Awards. LITTLE ROY - Banjo, Guitar, Crazy, Etc...Little Roy is awfully hard to overlook and has won awards as Entertainer as well as for his banjo playing.

Did you guess who’s car it was?

Last week, readers enjoyed a little local history about escapades in a 1956 candy apple red MGA in the submission My First Car. Did you guess who wrote it? That’s right, it was Dr. Lawrence Barnes, a ten year canyon resident and practitioner at Santiam Medical Clinic in Mill City. He’s pictured below with the fabulous machine that led to so many adventures....


5 k R u n / Wa l k at Santiam High School

Mens Divison Rankings:

1st - Chris Silvera, 35, Jacksonville, NC, 23:00 2nd - Stephen Madrid, 39, Ft Bragg NC, 23:01 3rd - Casey Bayes, 29, Gates, 23:28 4th - Lyle Schroeder, 43, Running Springs, CA, 24:08 5th - Jerry Korson, 60, Gates, 24:24 6th - Andrew Schroeder, 13, Running Springs CA, 31:52 7th - Christian Silvera, 13, Jacksonville, NC 32:46

Women’s Divison Rankings:

1st - Jewell Silvera, 10, Jacksonville NC, 27:16 2nd - Sara Bayes, 29, Gates, 27:26 3rd - Joanie Schmidgall, 26, Mill City, 28:27 4th - Wendy Schroeder Silvera, 36, Jacksonville, NC, 35:15 5th - Sadie Wolf-Magee, 8, Salem,40:14 6th - Rhonda Wolf, 49, Salem, 40:16 5 walkers from Lyons, Mill City, and Gates also completed the course.

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4th place men’s winner Lyle Schroeder (SHS1986) works for the Riverside, CA Sheriff’s Office. 4th place women’s division Wendy Schroeder Silvera (SHS 1993) and her husband (1st place men’s division winner Chris Silvera) both serve with the US Marine Corps. Lyle Schroeder and Wendy Schroeder Silvera are the son & daughter of Sam and Nancy Schroeder of Mill City. 2nd place men’s division winner Steve Madrid (SHS 1990) is a US Army 82nd Airborne and the son of Charlie Madrid of Mill City.

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Nine local teams competed for over 2 days in the hot summer sun - with lots of dirt, minor injuries, sweat and smiles. First place : The Ball Busters (pictured top left - they did indeed!) Second place: Weapons of Mass Intoxication or more politely known as “The Coaches” (Kerry Crowston pictured top right). Third place: Free Beer, also The Canyon Weekly’s unofficial winner of snazziest uniforms (pictured above). Placing third sure didn’t stop them from living up to their name this weekend! Pictured left: It’s all about how you play the game.

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grown in scale and popularity and is open free to the general public. From now until September, locals and visitors can view the sky from 10-11pm, as part of the many events hosted by the Bureau of Land Management campground. Visit Fishermen’s Bend Campground on Facebook for more events.

Santiam High Class of 1981 - 30th Reunion

The former students took advantage of the annual pilgrimage to Mill City by holding their 30th reunion party over the holiday weekend. What’d they find out after all these years? Some things never change, and that can be pretty good

Pictured left to right:Denise Makens Royce, Barry (Butch) Drake, Judy Bowers Goffin, Kim Gunderson Bergstrom, Karen Bogle Widmer, Stephanie Valdez, Donald Zynda, Debbie (Peter Pan) Guerin Brandon, David Straight, Tom Carr, and Richard (the stalker) Lowery. Wait a minute! Where is Cindy Kirsch Zosel? The Wonder Woman who organized all this? Behind the camera again? Don’t worry Cindy we’ll get ya’sooner or later!

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Saturday, July 23, 1pm at the new Gates Fire Hall. Potluck dinner at 2pm (salmon, chicken & tableware provided, please bring your own drinks). Group picture at 4pm. RSVP to Nancy Wodtly Swanson 505-897-3454, 503-897-3365 or RBT@ WVI.com. Golf on Friday, July 22 - RSVP to L. Larimer 503-767-0233.

Country Girls Faire coming July 15-16

Started as an annual family sale, the event organizers are taking the weekend to the next level with vendors, goodies and an antique wicker set (couch, rocker and chair) over 150 years old from an old Kentucky Farmhouse. July 15-16, 9am-3pm at 45855 Oak Street in Lyons, OR (by Lyons Mini Storage). Bring canned good donations for the Stayton Food Bank and enjoy coffee and cookies in the garden! Booth spaces still available ($15). Contact Deborah Miley at 503-859-2786 or visit www.countrygirlsfaire.wordpress.com.

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Yo u n g Royalty Left: Crowned for this year is Junior King Wyatt Kadin and Junior Queen Shelby Underwood. Right: Mill City Ambassador for 2011 Daniella Salinas (center) flanked by local Girl Scouts Hope Schenck (left) and Julia Miller (right)

3Days of Festival at Kimmel Park in Mill City

Left: Christian Pisano on drums driving hard the March Of May Monday night before the fireworks. This local band has some major talent reminiscent of Iron Maiden and Metallica, but with a sound of their own. Kris Sims on Guitar, Kane Tolle on guitar, and Daniel Thompson on Bass bring it all together up front. This may be history in the making. Above: Green Machine Jazz Ensemble fill the park with Sing Sing Sing! Rght: Jessica Stewart of Mill City gets some work done from Jen Inks in her very popular mobile tattoo studio on Sunday. Jessica has been living with rheumatoid arthritis and took the opportunity to symbolize her regeneration and rebirth through flowers, koi and color.

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From left: Buddies Mason and Bella race for the win during the Old Fashioned Family Games, Kendra Sanders and “Domino”, Michelle Meader and family got festive, vendors had the next generation shopping, Jenny Lou Wilson (soon to be Mrs. Risk) here with Mr. Risk.

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Bill Sanderson’s River Report July 6, 2011

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The river dropped into excellent condition this week, and very few people took advantage of the ideal conditions with scenic trips or fishing on the North Santiam. The few people out there on the water were rewarded with both a first class outdoor experience and also with solitude. That’s unusual this time of year, and we are not complaining. Many different birds are flying around, and kingfishers are noteworthy this month. We had an osprey dive close to the boat and catch a small trout. Dippers are dipping a lot. Eagles occasionally make low elevation fly-overs. Turkey buzzards have a big wing span and are soaring over meadows. They will move to the river banks after salmon spawn. Steelhead are laying in tail-outs and alongside ledges in some places in the middle river sections. There are large numbers of fish upstream from Packsaddle Park, and large numbers around Fishermen’s Bend and North Santiam State Park. Many of my trips the last two weeks have been scenic raft trips, and many of the trips scheduled for the next several weeks are driftboat fishing trips. Now that the river levels have dropped to normal, fishing success is probable. I have new rods, reels, and tackle to break in, and am enthusiastic about the chances of catching both steelhead and salmon. Steelheaders Salem Chapter board meets on July 6 in Salem at Wholesale Sports at 6:30. Upcoming river activities will be discussed. Interested visitors are welcome.


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God-given abilities to His glory. The puppets and their human counterparts are eager to perform and go wherever God leads and opens doors. There is no charge for the Service calls for concert, but a free-will offering will the month of be taken to help the God Squad July! Call with with expenses for their summer this ad. ministry trips, supplies and future ministries. All are welcome. Please plan now to join us for the fun and music on this special evening. Free Summer Meals for kids ages 1-18. • 11:30am-12:30pm at Santiam H.S. cafeteria. Mon-Thurs thru August 18th. Adults $2.00. • 12pm at Mari-Linn School. Mon-Thurs. Santiam Valley Grange Car Show and BBQ in Lyons July 16. Ribs or chicken $10. Vehicle registration $5. Dash plaques for first 100; registration You are invited to join the God Squad, 9am. Judging at noon. Ed Andersen 541from Gooding First Christian Church 990-5553 or 36545 Freeman Rd, Scio on Saturday evening, July 30th at 7 97374 p.m. at Gates Community Church Mill City Eagles Lodge Chicken Drop of Christ for an evening of worship, 3pm, July 16th Bring a few extra dollar drama, praise and puppets! bills. Guaranteed to be riot for all, except The program, “I WILL FOLLOW for maybe the Chicken. Proceeds will be HIM!” features lots of music, puppets, donated to the Eagles supported charities. humor, drama, special effects, fun and New members/guests welcome. 897fellowship, but most importantly, the 3100 Team will share why . . . we choose to Youth Benefit Golf Tournament August follow Jesus, today and every day. 6, 9am at Elkhorn Golf Course. All Directed by Debbie Morris and proceeds benefit local youth causes. $90/ assisted by Kathy Lehr, the God Squad person or $360/4 person team by July 31, is made up of Jr. & Sr. high school add $10/person after. Info: Mike Long students, young adults, and several 503-897-4902 mikelong@ybgolf.com or adult volunteers ministering to people www.YBGolf.com. of all ages through music, regular and black light puppetry, drama, humor, and personal testimony. The Team’s Wed, July 6 desire is to serve as a witness for Christ 7pm Wii Bowling Tournament at Mill with each member using his or her City Eagles Lodge (weekly).Prizes for

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high scores will be awarded at the end of each month. For more information contact Kathy Cooper. New members/ guests welcome. 897-3100

Thursday, July 7

3pm World class juggling with Curtis Carlyle. Dress code theme: mix/match. Lyons Public Library 279 8th St. Info: 503-859-2366 10

Friday, July 8

8am Youth Awakening Yard Sale Fundraiser July 8-9 Mill City Baptist Church youth group at 531 SW Douglas St, Mill City. The group needs to raise $2000 for food and gas for their trip to CreationFest. Donations are still needed (no clothing, please) and can be dropped at the above address. Some pickups available. Info: 503-991-9539. 9am Mill City Planning Commission meeting at MC Fire Hall 6-7:30pm Mill City Eagles Lodge Salad Night: Chef Salad, Shrimp Louie, Grilled Chicken w/ feta & cranberry, Taco Salad. New members/ guests welcome. 897-3100

Saturday, July 9

8am Youth Awakening Yard Sale Fundraiser July 8-9 Mill City Baptist Church youth group at 531 SW Douglas St, Mill City. Donations are still needed (no clothing, please) and can be dropped at the above address. Some pickups available. Info: 503-991-9539. Detroit Sailing Regatta July 9 & Aug 27 Hosted by DLRABA at Kane’s Marina, “A” dock. Free. Mill City Eagles Lodge Third Annual Bottom Fishing Trip July 9 with Newport Tradewinds. Please come join us. It’s always a great time and sometimes we even catch fish. $59.00/ adults (minimum 18 adults) $34.50/under 14. Sign-up at the lodge or call Bob Yates at 897-3174. 10-11pm Free Stargazing at Fishermen’s Bend Campground 5 telescopes for close & deep space viewing. Open to the public. Every Friday (weather pending) at Cottonwoods ball field in River Loop. Facebook: Fishermen’s Bend Campgound.

Monday, July 11

7-9pm Lyons Rural Fire Dept Board meeting at the fire hall 7-9pm Lyons Library Board meeting at the library 7pm Idanha City Council at city hall

Tuesday, July 12

7:30am Marion County Commissioner’s Breakfast Covered Bridge Café, 510 N Third Avenue, Stayton. A member of the Marion County Board of Commissioners


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Weekly Events Mondays

meets monthly with local officials and any interested citizens to exchange interagency and regional information. Meetings are open to the public. 6-7pm Social Graces Rally Obedience Dog Classes Starting Tuesdays, July 5th. A fun Rally and Obedience Class for dogs and dog owners taught by local professional trainer Linda Grace. A great way to get out and play with your four footed friend. Linda teaches beginning skills that dogs love to learn. Classes held at Mill City Scout Cabin on Remine Rd. $75 for all six weeks. Call to preregister: 503-859-3647. 6-8pm Mill City City Hall meeting at MC Middle School 6:30pm Detroit City Council meeting at the fire hall

Wednesday, July 13

2-4pm Marian Estates Bingo Maurice’s Bistro at Marian Estates 390 SE Church St. Sublimity, OR 97385.(503) 932-4667 $5.00 to play 10 Game Packet (3-up) and dauber included Open To Everyone - Win CA$H Prizes! 6:30-8:30pm Mill City Lions Club meets at Mountain Edge Cafe 7-8pm Lyons-Mehama Water District Board meeting at Mehama Fire Hall

Thursday, July 14

6-8pm Mill City/Gates Recreation Association meets at Scout Cabin 49003 Remine Rd 6:30pm Canyon Readers at Trexler Farm in Mehama: discussion is Moloka’i by Alan Brennert. Dinner starts at 6:30 or come for the discussion which starts at

Free Summer Meals MondaysThursdays 11:30-12:30 at S.H.S. Commons for kids 1-18. Adults $2. 4pm-8pm Youth Center for 7th-12 grades. Air Hockey, Ping Po ng, 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)

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 5:45-9:30pm Teen Movie Night Ages 10-18 First Christian Church, Mill City. All kids MUST be picked up at 9:30pm. Free. 503-602-8742 6pm Cedars Taco Night, Detroit

Fridays

Free Knife Sharpening Fridays Gene’s Meat Market on Fridays from 3pm-6pm; Located at the flashing yellow light on Hwy 22 in Mehama. 503-859-2252. 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

Wednesdays

10am-3pm Judy’s Art Class at Mill City Eagles Lodge. Open to the public. $10, 503-859-2213. 4pm-close Wild Wing Wednesday at Marion Fork Restaurant Gates Community Wings your way Church of Christ (spicy,bbq,or plain) 60 cents each. 503-854-3669 “..reaching the canyon 7pm. AA Meeting Santiam for Christ.” Chapel, Lyons. Mike Stair, Minister 7:30-8:30pm Idanha AA Sunday School 9am at City Hall Worship 10am

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