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July 13, 2011
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2011 NORTH BEND JULY JUBILEE
Everyone is invited to come out and take part in North Bend‘s 108th Birthday celebration, on July 15th & 16th. Some of the activities will include a Wildlife Safari Animal Encounter – Royal Story Hour, Downtown North Bend SIP ‗N STROLL, Honored Citizens‘ Program, Border Patrol at North Bend Lanes, Free ODFW Fish for Trout for Kids, Bay Area Teen Idol, Merrill at Warehouse 101, Disc Golf Tournament, , Go-Karts, All Car & Corvette Show and Shines, Barbeques, US Coast Guard Air Station North Bend Open House & Fly-in, Celeste Rose Marionettes, FREE KIDS BOWLING, Parade, Annual Car Cruise, Fire Truck rides, and an ELVIS PRESLEY!!! Come out and celebrate with the City of North Bend! A full listing of July Jubilee events can be found at www.northbendcity.org and www.kdock929.com
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Lakeside Water District Board Member Benny Henry watches carefully as the replica of the 1995 bond is burned. The District held a party for the residents to celebrate paying the bond off 19 years early. Water District meetings are public and are regularly held at 7pm on the second Tuesday of each month at the Water District Office, 1000 North Lake Road. See page three for more photos.
Coast Lake News has learned that, in a case before the Oregon Government Ethics Commission, former Lakeside Mayor Pro Tem Rod Schilling stipulated (agreed) that he violated the law when he ejected Coast Lake News reporters from an executive session stating ―You are not media.‖ The Commission fined him $50. Coast Lake News filed a complaint with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission following the ejection. In the complaint, Jessica L. Lloyd-Rogers, publisher and editor wrote ―It is clear that this violation of ORS 192.660(4) has more
to do with personal animus from the Mayor Pro Tem and City Councilors than with any law or police. We ask that the City of Lakeside be required to follow the law and allow representatives of Coast Lake News to attend all executive sessions. ― The case began on the evening of September 9, 2010 when Lloyd-Rogers and Jerry Schneider of Coast Lake News stayed on for an executive session following a regular Lakeside City council meeting. They were told to leave. (Continued on Page Three)
Elkton Seniors Serenaded by Swedish Fiddlers The Elkton senior citizen lunch crowd received a surprise treat last Wednesday when a pair of Swedish fiddlers showed up to play. Maud Granberg and Peter Hedberg were visiting from Vansbro, Sweden and presented a very enjoyable few minutes of entertainment. The couple came to visit Barbara and Jim Maxham of Elkton. Maud and Barbara first met when they were in high school and Bar-
bara‘s parents hosted Maud as an exchange student. The women have kept in touch through the years and visited each other several times. Maud and Peter have been active in country fiddling for years, and had the opportunity along with another three hundred fiddlers to play at the Swedish King‘s wedding. Maud has also been an active journalist in Sweden for several years.
(Above L-R) Maud Granberg and Peter Hedberg of Vansbro, Sweden play for the Elkton Seniors at the weekly Senior Lunch. Both have been fiddling for years and played (along with 300 other fiddlers) at the Swedish King’s wedding. (Below Left Photo) Barbara Maxham sits between Peter and Maud. Barbara and Maud have been friends since high school when Maud came to the US as an exchange student and was hosted by Barbara’s parents.
Take a trip for Tidepools
Visit Tidepool Discovery Days at Cape Perpetua The Cape Perpetua Visitor Center staff are inviting people to explore the worlds of the Intertidal Zone July 1618. Favorite life forms such as sea anemones, sea stars, sea urchins, feather boas kelp and much more can be readily seen during the low tides. ―This is a 2nd series of especially low tides this summer,‖ said Lori Robertson, Cape Perpetua Center Director. ―They provide a great opportunity to for visitors to check out our world class tidepools.‖ During Tide Pool Discovery Days naturalists will be stationed at the tidepools from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 16 and 9 to noon Sunday and Monday, July 17 -18. ―Our naturalists love to share the wonders of the tidepool creatures and seaweeds,‖ added Robertson. Also running will be a
new series of activities by Mellie Bukovsky-Reyes a local nature educator. Mellie will lead children in Discovering Cape Perpetua through the Senses, which includes tidepool related crafts and nature walks. Mellie‘s popular programs will be available Sunday and Monday, July 17-18 from 11 a.m. to 4 pm. After the tide comes in, tide pool-related ranger programs, movies, display items and activities for kids will be offered up at the Visitor Center. Programs, films and hikes highlighting the entire Scenic Area will also be available The Cape Perpetua Visitor Center is located three miles south of Yachats on Highway 101 and is open daily from 10 to 5:30 p.m. The Cape Perpetua Visitor Center is administered by the Siuslaw National For-
est. A valid federal recreation pass is needed for parking or can be purchased at the Center. For more information, please call Visitor Center staff at 541-547-3289 or check the web at http:// www.fs.usda.gov/siuslaw and follow at twitter.com/ SiuslawNF. You can also find Discover Cape Perpetua on Facebook.
The 33rd Oregon Coast Music Festival will take place July 16 through 30. The first week features a free noon concert at Mingus Park by the Bay Area Concert Band on Saturday, July 16. Gypsy Soul will play a ticketed concert at 2pm on Sunday, July 17., Jennings and Keller will perform a free concert at 7pm at the North Bend Library on Wednesday, July 20, Followed by a ticketed concert featuring Coup d'Bop at 8pm on Thursday, July 21 at Roger‘s Zoo (21 and older only). The week finishes with a free concert at Shore Acres where the Lab Band Evolution will
play at noon on Saturday, July 23.. During the second week the renowned Festival Orchestra performs three concerts with conductors James Paul and Jason Klein, and piano soloist Roberto Plano. Mr. Plano will also perform in recital. Three free events include traditional outdoor concerts in Mingus Park and Shore Acres Gardens. Another continuing tradition is a special concert at the OIMB Boathouse. For details and to order tickets go to oregoncoastmusic.com or call 267-0938.
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July 13, 2011 — Coast Lake News “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” First Amendment to the United States Constitution
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When do we get our questions answered? There was a special budget meeting on June 27th. Was it ever correctly posted? What really were the subjects on the agenda supposed to be about? There were several people who heard it was supposed to be about city employee salaries, but at the meeting that subject was never discussed. How come some of the council members thought it was about the wages and then the city administrator said noooo it was going to be about the video taping of the city council meetings? How come the city administrator has so much power that she can dictate what any of the meetings are about? Why isn‘t the city council addressing, explaining or answering any of the questions? If it‘s supposed to be an open and transparent council, how come meetings are kept secret and changed at the very last minute? Ann Lawrence I was not happy to see that our public officials who are appointed to rep-
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My Turn … From the editor’s desk I‘ve been thinking a lot about gratitude these days. It‘s easy to be grateful for the visible blessings: marriage to a soulmate after many years of singlehood; a beautiful place to live; a healthy body and mind and pets who love unconditionally. It is more of a challenge to feel gratitude for those situations that take some time to see as blessings. I‘m sure you know the kind – where you find yourself digging through a pile of manure muttering to yourself, ―I‘m sure there‘s a pony in here somewhere.‖ As editor and publisher of the paper, I get to see both kinds of blessings, although sometimes it seems I spend an awful lot of time searching for ponies. Still, I‘m grateful to have had the opportunity to publish this paper for more than two years in the face of tremendous obstacles. And, if it ends, I‘ll still be grateful for the experiences that have made me a stronger person. I‘ve also learned to be more open about expressing gratitude and appreciation and not to take any support, whether from individuals or the Universe, for granted. Because of my upbringing, this is harder for me than for others. So, I take a tip from one of my favorite mystics, Meister Eckhart who has been quoted as saying ―If the only prayer you ever say in your whole life is "thank you," that would suffice. A mentor of mine once told me that if we remembered to say ―please‖ and ―thank you‖ we would be able to make our way in the world under any circumstances. She liked to quote Luke 11:9 ―Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.‖ Time and circumstance have made it clear that we cannot continue to fund the newspaper out of pocket. We started the paper because we felt there was a need to be filled and that we had the skills to provide a service to the community. From the beginning we chose to fund it out of our monthly income while we worked to make the paper sustainable. That has taken longer than we antici-
resent the city zoning ordinances would threaten legal action or lawsuits against the city. Therefore I will be requesting that our city council unseat Herman Fanger and call for him to resign from the Lakeside planning commission. As many of us know the council last month decided to extend the Herman Fanger and Shirley Janssen terms on the commission until the end of the year. These two terms had already expired on Dec 31st 2010. At last month‘s meeting the council and mayor asked that James Edwards, chair of the commission along with two councilors, Sue Allen and Naomi Parker, get together and decide how the terms
should be set. This also was mentioned by the city attorney. It is my understanding and belief that this meeting between the two councilors took place with the commission chair and they came up with a good plan. I was very disappointed, shocked and outraged by the comments that I read in the World newspaper dated July 8th by Herman Fanger who was quoted as saying that the rewritten ordinance and the change of term lengths in the middle of a term would expose the city to liability. 'I'm seeing a lawsuit," Fanger said.. With this comment being said, I think the council should hold a special
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Public Meetings Thursday, July 14 Elkton City Council Meeting 8:30am—City Hall Elkton PUBLIC NOTICE The Lakeside City Council will hold a Regular Meeting at the Lakeside City Hall, 915 North Lake Road, Lakeside, Oregon, at 7:00 PM, on Thursday, July 14, 2011. An executive session will follow after the regular business meeting under ORS 192.660 Section 2 (b) To consider the dismissal or disciplining of, or to hear complaints or charges brought against, a public officer, employee, staff member or individual agent who does not request an open hearing 2 (h) To consult with counsel concerning the legal rights and duties of a public body with regard to current litigation or litigation likely to be filed .
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...and mine From the field I find it interesting that Herman Fanger and Shirley Janssen feel they were reinstated to three year terms on the Lakeside planning commission when the terms they were appointed to fill expired on December 31, 2010. The City Council minutes and my notes from the December and January meetings do not bear that out. The only person officially recognized for reinstatement was Rudy Sheryck. He was selected to fill the vacancy left by Mattie Lane‘s resignation, returning to the commission after a stint on the Council. Judging by what Fanger and Janssen were quoted in The World newspaper as saying, they seem to feel that an appointment to fill a vacated position guarantees them an additional six years on the commission as commission members are allowed two consecutive three year terms. In my opinion that is quite a sense of entitlement. Automatic reinstatement without posting an opening precludes any other citizen from participating on the commission -- not a very democratic process. There is enough uproar over preventing citizen interaction and participation in city business. At the June City Council meeting it was proposed and voted on that the Fanger‘s and Janssen‘s terms be extended to the end of this year, and then posted, so others could apply. After discussion regarding staggered terms, the Council decided to create a committee (James Edwards, Planning Commission chair and councilors Sue Allen and Naomi
— d. me e ha i t r b me n to me! m Su h fu le ti uc litt m So So meeting and consider unseating Mr. Fanger. Fanger was appointed by the council after Clarke Anderson took over for then sitting councilor James Brown who passed away. Fanger is to represent the city‘s zoning ordinances, not threaten lawsuits because he doesn't agree with the council‘s decisions when it comes to the terms they set forth. Lastly, while the ordinance does state that a commissioner can serve 2 consecutive terms, this doesn't mean they are roll -over terms. The president of the United States can serve two consecutive terms but he still needs to run for office after his first
term to be re-elected. Mr. Fanger‘s term was up in Dec 2010 along with Ms. Janssen's. The council was generous in allowing them to continue since we were half way through the year when this topic was brought to light. This just goes to show that some people will go to certain lengths when they do not agree with a decision. I still recall hearing at a council meeting councilor Swift saying that this is how it has always been done. Well my last take on the issue is if your car is overheating, you add water to cool it until you can get it fixed, but if you do not fix the issue sooner or later it won‘t be fixable. Stacy Dunn
Parker) to study the issue and report to the Council at the meeting in July. Planning committee members serve at the pleasure of the Council, and by extension the citizens of Lakeside. It is not an inalienable right to serve for six years or more (if filling out another‘s term). Only the opportunity is a right. By their action and insistence that openings at the end of a term need not be posted, Janssen and Fanger are attempting to deprive other citizens of the same right to an opportunity they have enjoyed. This is yet another example of city personnel/ appointees infringing on or at least attempting to trample on the rights of the citizens of Lakeside. The only guarantee is the opportunity to apply and serve, not for two whole terms plus any partial they were chosen to fill, as not even one day is guaranteed.
Every citizen has the right and privilege to apply for the position. Not all have the interest or qualifications, but they still should not be denied the opportunity to serve their chosen community in any way they see fit. Denying them the opportunity all together is a slap in the face of the citizens of Lakeside. There are few guarantees in life; please let us retain the few we have. Keep in mind that volunteers serve the community, not themselves, and anytime they forget that, they are no longer serving Lakeside. I expect people to be adults and cheerfully serve their community and let others do the same. Volunteering should not be a power trip, but a service. Grow up and let others participate and enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done.
Make your voice heard! Let them know what you think. U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley, 107 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510-3704 Phone: 202-224-3753 Fax: 202-228-3997 Email: http://merkley.senate.gov/contact/ Web: http:// merkley.senate.gov Twitter:@SenJeffMerkley U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, 223 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510-3703; Phone: 202-224-5244, Fax:202-228-2717 Email: http://wyden.senate.gov/contact/ , Web: http:// wyden.senate.gov/ US Rep. Peter A. DeFazio, 2134 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-3704, Phone: 202-225-6416, Email: https:// forms.house.gov/defazio/IMA/contact.html , Web: http:// www.defazio.house.gov/ Sen. Joanne Verger, 900 Court St NE, S-401, Salem, OR, 97301, Phone: 503-986-1705 or 541-756-4140, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.leg.state.or.us/verger Rep. Arnie Roblan, 900 Court St. NE, H-295, Salem, OR 97301, Phone: 503-986-1300, Email: email@example.com , Web: http://www.leg.state.or.us/roblan Governor John Kitzhaber, 160 State Capitol, 900 Court Street, Salem, Oregon 97301-4047, Web: www.governor.oregon.gov Governor's Citizens' Representative Message Line: 503-3784582, Fax: 503-378-6827 Coos County Commissioners: Robert "Bob" Main (541) 396-3121 ext.770, firstname.lastname@example.org; Cam Parry (541) 396-3121 ext. 281, email@example.com; 250 N. Baxter, Coquille, Oregon , Phone: 541 -396-3121 or 541-756-2020 Fax: (541) 396-4861; Web: www.co.coos.or.us Douglas County Commissioners: Doug Robertson, Joseph Laurance, Susan Morgan, (541) 440-4201; 1036 S.E. Douglas Ave, Rm 217, Roseburg, Oregon 97470; Phone: (541)672-3311; Web: www.co.douglas.or.us Elkton Mayor and City Councilors: Rebecca Swearingen, Mayor, Dan Burke, Pat Anderson, Kim Moore; Mail: P.O. Box 508, Elkton, OR 97436; Phone/Fax: 541-584-2547; Web: www.elktonoregon.com Lakeside Mayor and City Councilors: Ed Gowan, Mayor, Councilors: Ed Langley, Naomi Parker, Chrysta Swift, Elaine Armstrong, Mack Eubanks, Sue Allen; Lakeside City Hall, P.O. Box L, Lakeside, OR 97449, 541-759-3011 Reedsport Mayor and City Councilors: Keith Tymchuk, Mayor, Councilors: Ginger Anderson, Bill Walker, Bill Otis, Diane Essig, Kathi Wall-Meyer, Mike Macho -Reedsport City Hall, 451 Winchester Ave.,Reedsport, OR 97467 (541) 271-3603 : www.cityofreedsport.org
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Schilling Acknowledges Coast Lake News is “a real newspaper” Continued from Page One Oregon Revised Statute 192.660(4) expressly provides that‖ representatives of the news media shall be allowed to attend all executive sessions except in two situations…‖ neither of which existed. The Attorney General‘s Public Records and Meetings Manual (PRMM) emphasizes the words ―shall be allowed.‖ When the language of the law was pointed out, Schilling, then Mayor Pro Tem Rod Schilling stated, ―You are not media.‖ According to the PRMM, ―The term ―representatives of the news media‖ is not defined. We have interpreted that term to include news-gathering representatives (i.e. reporters) of news media that ordinarily report activities of the body.‖ Emphasis is in the manual. When Attorney Frederick Carleton was being publicly interviewed for the position of Lakeside City Attorney, LloydRogers asked him for his position on public meetings and open records law. At the time, he held up the Attorney General‘s Manual and said that he believed strongly in both. However, that night, instead of explaining the law to Schilling and the Council, Carleton said both reporters had to leave as, ―They (Schilling and Councilors) do not consider you a newspaper.‖ When Lloyd-Rogers asking what Carleton was basing his decision on since the state law specifically included them, he refused to ―cite ordinances or statutes‖. After persistent questioning, Carleton told Lloyd-Rogers, ―You don‘t meet the state guidelines for a newspaper.‖ This was incorrect. Although, Carleton may have been relying on the
guidelines for a ‗paper of record‘, the law is clear that there is no requirement to be a paper of record in order to attend executive sessions. Following more questioning by Lloyd-Rogers, Carleton then said the ejection was based on a joint policy crafted by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association, the League of Oregon Cities and the City of Lake Oswego. He ignored the fact that a) no such policy had been adopted by the City of Lakeside and b) that policy grew out of a conflict in which the city of Lake Oswego wanted to keep a blogger out of executive session. Nevertheless, ORS 192.660 (4) is clear. Representatives of the news media are specifically allowed to attend executive sessions. The confrontation was the culmination of acrimony and anger from City Hall beginning with the publication of a memo in August 2009 written by Councilor Chrysta Swift that called for a 5.8 percent raise for Charlie Hill. Just the week before, at a raucous city council meeting, Swift had denied that a raise was ever proposed and told some in the audience to sit down and shut up, calling them liars for raising the issue and telling them she didn‘t know where that figure had come from. Coast Lake News continued to cover actions and decisions made by the council which many members of the council deemed negative reporting. After Mayor Orville Nelson‘s resignation, Rod Schilling became Mayor Pro Tem. His response was to repeatedly and publicly state that Coast Lake News ―is not a
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real newspaper.‖ He encouraged the City Administrator to refuse to release public records to the paper, leading in one case to the Coos County District Attorney ordering the City to release Council Meeting Minutes to the paper. By the time the order came down, several citizens had provided the paper with copies of the minutes in question. When Coast Lake News reported on the passing of an ordinance that clearly violated the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution, Schilling publicly called LloydRogers a liar and accused the newspaper of misinformation. He denied the effect of the ordinance despite clear language to the contrary. After three weeks of reporting, City Attorney Carleton told a reporter at The World that the ordinance should be repealed because ― it‘s too vague and may infringe on people (sic) rights.‖ He also acknowledged the ordinance ―could have a Constitutional defect.‖ Several individuals, including business owners, reported that Schilling was asking folks not to support or advertise in the paper. Others reported that when Schilling ran for Mayor, one of his promises was to shut down the newspaper and send the publishers out of town by the end of the year (2010). Schilling lost the election to Mayor Ed Gowan by a significant margin.
L-R) Marty Ball, Lakeside Water District Lead Operator takes the first slice of cake at the District’s :Burn the Bond” celebration this past Saturday. Looking on is District Board Chair Linda Sherych and board member Dennis Sargent.
(Right) A close-up of the cake decorated like the bond. Not only did they burn it, they ate it!
Dunes ATV Routes Process Moves Forward State Seeks Public Comment The Siuslaw National Forest is looking for public input on a proposal to designate off-highway vehicle routes in part of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area (NRA). Under the existing Management Plan for the Oregon Dunes NRA, about 6,000 acres of sand are open riding areas and close to17, 500 acres are reserved for non-motorized uses. The Plan also allocates 4,500 acres as open to motorized vehicles on designated routes only. It is this last category (called Management Area 10C) that is the subject of the Forest Service‘s proposal. ―Trails through forested portions of the Dunes provide critical access to open sand,‖ said Acting Central Coast and Oregon Dunes
National Recreation Area District Ranger Viva Worthington. ―These trails must also be carefully managed to ensure that riders do not affect sensitive plant and animal communities or infringe on areas dedicated to nonmotorized recreation.‖ The Forest Service proposes to add ten offhighway vehicle trails, totaling 3.96 miles, to the designated system of managed National Forest System trails. Nine of the ten trails, including Banshee Hill in the Umpqua Dunes Riding Area, already exist on the ground as historic, user-developed routes. One new trail of onehalf mile would be constructed to replace an existing National Forest System trail that would be
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existing user-developed routes in this portion of the Dunes. Their report, together with input from other interests and scientific review by Forest Service staff, helped inform this proposal. The proposed action is only the starting point for environmental analysis and public review. The Forest Service would like to hear from you. The specifics of the Forest Service proposal, including maps with locations of proposed trails, can be found on the web athttp:// www.fs.usda.gov/goto/ siuslaw/ projects. Additional information is available by contacting the project leader, Angie Morris, at 541-271-6040. Written comments should be sent to Angie Morris, Recreation Planner, Siuslaw National Forest, 855 Highway 101, Reedsport, OR 97467; or by e-mail to ―commentspacificnorthwest-siuslaw -email@example.com.
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closed because it is impassable due to high water most of the year. As a part of this proposal, the Forest Service would restrict motor vehicles to designated routes in this portion of the NRA as directed by the Oregon Dunes NRA Management Plan. The proposal would also modify two management area boundaries to better align with changes in vegetation and topography in this ever-shifting landscape. Altogether, 287 acres now allocated as ―designated routes only‖ would be reallocated to ―open riding.‖ ―The Oregon Dunes are a special place,‖ said Worthington. ―As responsible land managers, we must ensure that people continue to have opportunities to enjoy these lands in a manner that protects the resources over the long term.‖ From 2009 to 2010, a public working group representing diverse interests reviewed existing management direction and visited
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A Senior Moment By Gretchen Chapman The Family The family has always been the basic foundation for our strength, our support, our protection, security, oneness, identity, learning, preparation for life, our bonding. Family is the pillar of our country, for all human beings. Holidays, special events, have always been an opportunity for us to reach out to the extended family (cousins, aunts, uncles, grand and grander (great) grandparents). With family we share new births, marriages, celebrations of life, anniversaries, and birthdays. We catch up on the latest news over pots of food representing our favorite dishes. The potluck, the picnic, the barbecue, all bring forth the food and the communication (verbal, listening, eye contact, touch, hugs) is passed around as we sprawl out on lawn chairs and benches with laughter and smiles bursting forth. Years of history behind us, wonderful times! What is ‗the family‘ today? It‘s a hodgepodge of different faces from far off places,often unfamiliar, disconnected and everchanging. When someone asked me how many grandchildren I have, I can‘t honestly answer them. Life the revolving door, they come and go. How very confusing is this complex world we live in. Today‘s family systems have such a diversity of
new members. Brother and sisters that are half, step, adopted, foster. Exspouses, girlfriends, boyfriends and a multiplicity of grandparents expand the melting pot. The family tree has been replaced by a cord of wood from many trees. The study of genealogy is going out the door fast. There are too many variables. How can we find some semblance of order and return dignity to the image of family? How can we make this happen? How about first dropping the ―yours‖ and ―mine‖ and embrace ―ours‖? Let‘s take the barriers of protectiveness, ownership, jealousy, possessiveness, separation down, and open the windows of inclusion. The gentle breezes encircle the reborn family with love. Don‘t think this will be easy. You may have to develop a thick skin. Reach out toward those that welcome you and give little or no power to those who reject you. Be gracious, but quit trying to make them accept you. Most of all, like yourself and let that be enough. Today‘s family can be looked at as ‗special‘. Make opportunities to be around the nucleus of members you like best, rather than those you must accept. Here‘s to surrounding yourself with a family of friends! Even make your own family at the Senior Center. They‘re the best!
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7/14 (Th) Fish fillets, rice pilaf, peas, French bread 7/19 (Tu) Spaghetti w meat sauce, Italian mix vegetables, French bread 7/21 (Th) Bar-b-cue chicken, rice, broccoli, French bread 7/26 (Tu) Hot Turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, green beans, sliced bread 7/28 (Th) Birthday dinner, Pork roast, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, French bread, cake & ice cream Salad bar every meal
Seniors meet each Wednesday at the ECEC (Elkton Community Educational Center) for lunch at 12noon. $3 donation. Meet new people, enjoy good food and great conversation. Plan to come soon. For more information, call Wilma at 541-5842788.
Reedsport Senior Center July Lunch Menu 1-541-271-4884 7/14 (Th) Egg salad sandwich half on WW bread, letlettuce, Popeye potato soup, tossed salad w red wine vinaigrette, spiced peaches 7/15 (Fr) Lima beans & turkey ham, country trio vegetables, Mar spring garden salad, cornmeal roll, butterscotch bar 7/19 (Tu) Pasta primavera, mixed vegetables, creamy coleslaw, cracked wheat bread, fresh watermelon 7/21 (Th) Home style turkey patty w gravy, broccoli cuts, herbed carrots, rice pilaf, molasses cookie
7/22 (Fr) Breaded baked fish, Oregon bean medley, garden salad w red wine vinaigrette, French bread, lime whip 7/26 (Tu) Macaroni & cheese, escalloped tomatoes, winter blend vegetables, multigrain bread, gelatin jewels w whip topping 7/28 (Th) Chicken salad sand half w lettuce on wheat bread, lentil soup, carrot raisin salad, Mandarin pineapple fruit cup 7/30 (Fr) Meatloaf w Creole sauce, whipped potatoes w gravy, cut green beans, oatmeal bread, frosted marble cake
It’s a membership drive! Join or renew your membership to the Lakeside Senior Center right now and you will be eligible for a drawing for one of several great prizes.
Are you at least 50 years of age? Join the Lakeside Senior Center. Just $4 per person per year (July-June). Make new friends, have fun and be a vote for Seniors in Lakeside. Won’t you join our Senior community? Name: Address: Phone Number: Email: Birthday: month day Mail check or money order for $4 with this form to: Seniors, P.O. Box 303, Lakeside, OR 97449 And Welcome Aboard!
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The Apostle Peter‘s supernatural walk on water was made possible because of the supernatural walk of the Lord. So is the daily walk of the Child of God. His Lord bid Peter ―come‖ and Peter stepped out. So it is when we call upon Him and take that step of faith. We are enabled by His almighty power to live by
The Red Rock Java and Juice, formerly the Coffee Brake, shows off a new face to match the new location and new owner. Look for it next to the Bay Bridge Motel north of North Bend. Featuring organic fair trade coffee, owner Mike Stappler also offers tea, energy drinks, smoothies, Italian sodas and healthy snacks. Now called Red Rock Java and Juice, it opened on July 2nd. Current hours are 5:30 am – 7:00 pm Monday through Friday, 6:30 – 7:00 Saturday and 7:00 – 6:00 Sunday.
Ambrose Bierce Stories in Film at Coos Bay Library In the spirit of the 150 anniversary of America‘s Civil War, Coos Bay Public Library presents a dramatic film interpretation of three popular Ambrose Bierce stories on Thursday, July 21st at 7:00 p.m. in the library‘s Myrtlewood meeting room. Legendary writer Ambrose Bierce was known to be brilliant, cantankerous and romantic in all his life's passions, and was revered as one of the top storytellers of the late 19th Century. In 1890, he presented his recently published collection of Civil War Stories to novelist Gertrude Atherton and fledgling young publisher William Randolph Hearst during an infamous meeting in Sonol, California. This meeting sets the forum for the presentation of three of Bierce's most popular stories including "One Kind Of Officer", "Story Of A Conscience" and "An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge."
Are you male and retired? Join others like yourself for lunch every Thursday in Elkton at 1pm. This week meet at Tomaselli’s (Marty’s) right on Hwy 38. Bring a good story to share. Each man pays for his own lunch.
This acclaimed collection features epic battle sequences, deeply conflicted drama and the signature "surprise endings" that characterized most of the short stories by Ambrose Bierce. Everyone is welcome at this program sponsored by The Friends of Coos Bay Public Library. No admission is charged and refreshments will be served. Please call 2691101 for further information on this program.
Lakeside Seniors’ Hold Membership Drive During July The Lakeside Senior Center is holding a membership drive. For just $4 per year you can become a member. Anyone joining or renewing their membership in June and July will be entered into a drawing for lots of fun prizes. Membership means not only fun, fellowship, conversation and cards, but lunches, outings, and a joining your voice with other seniors when such a voice is needed. See the form at the bottom of this page.
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Clifford’s Dream seeks volunteers for 1-2 days each month. gathers clothing and food for the neediest in our community. Need folks who can haul and tote boxes of clothing and food. Willing to help set up and breakdown on Giveaway Days. Call 541759-1085 or 541-759-4109. American Red Cross Blood Drive Call 1-800-GIVE LIFE (1-800-448-3543) to schedule your donation appointment. Please help save lives - give blood. North County Citizen’s Patrol looking for security volunteers. For an application or to arrange a ride-a-long, please call Herman at 541759-2553. Lakeside Fire Auxiliary Seeking Volunteers -Fire Chief Ted Ross is looking for a few friendly and willing folks to serve in the Fire Auxiliary. If you are interested, call the Fire House at 5412759-3931.
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faith and enjoy the fruit of His Spirit. Prayer is vital to live the supernatural life. There is no way that we can boast in our own strength, but give all the glory to Him. Praise His holy name! God bless you.
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Bingo will be held Thursday July 14th. Doors open at 5:00, calling starts at 6:30. If you haven‘t been here before, now is a good time to meet us and have some fun. Please join us for Oceanfest in Winchester Bay July 15th, 16th, & 17th. A lot of other vendors will be there as well. On Friday and Saturday from 10:00 until 6:00 the Lion‘s club and the Lakeside Fire District will be serving their famous barbecue corn ad oysters respectively. Sodas will also be available. You must
come and enjoy the festival. Clifford‘s Dream will be providing clothing and food on Saturday July 16th from 8:00 until 3:00. If you need anything, feel welcome to come to the Lion‘s Hall. We will be having our board meeting and officer installation of July 12th beginning at 5:00 pm. Don‘t forget recycling on Saturday‘s from 9 until 3 except on the third week when it will be on Wednesday.
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DuneFest Seeks Volunteers The Reedsport/ Winchester Bay Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers to help Project Graduation staff the registration booths for the 2011 DuneFest event. The volunteer duties will consist of registering the participants as they enter into the DuneFest area and helping with other various activities throughout the five day event. We welcome all that can give a few hours; 8 a.m. – 10
p.m. August 3 – August 7. The 2010 DuneFest was exciting and fun-filled, with over 8,000 ATV enthusiasts participating in activities throughout the event. The Oregon Festival and Events Association (OFEA) awarded DuneFest its highest honor – The Ovation Award for ―The Best Sporting Event in Oregon‖ and presented it to them at the Northwest Festival and Event Conference. Please call the Chamber office at 541-271-3495 or (800) 247-2155 for information or to register as a DuneFest 2011 volunteer. Check out the DuneFest website for more information about the event at www.dunefest.com. Thank you for being a DuneFest volunteer.
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Want to Know About Gardening? Ask Aaron Every time you drive or walk by Lakeside City Hall you have probably noticed the "community garden" sign posted in front and think to yourself: " I've got to take the time to check it out" but....you never do! Well my friends, now is the time! All the plots are bustin‘ out with all kinds of veggies. If you‘re into flowers -the godetia, cosmos, wrinkles, larkspur, verbena, petunia and (my favorite) the calendulas and many others are in full bloom and breathtakingly spectacular! As the flowers reach Grandparents ROCK will have their Annual Summer Picnic on Friday, July 22 from 4:00 – 7:00pm at Simpson Park. Good food, great company and lots of fun in the sun (hopefully). EVERYONE IS INVITED! Grandparents (& other Relatives) ROCK (Raising Our Children‘s Kids) is an on-going support group for any adult who is raising the child of a relative. For info or directions call Char at 541.266.0806/ 541.297.9256.
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American Life in Poetry: Column 309 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-2006 I love poems that celebrate families, and here‘s a fine one by Joyce Sutphen of Minnesota, a poet who has written dozens of poems I‘d like to publish in this column if there only were weeks enough for all of them.
I like it when they get together and talk in voices that sound like apple trees and grape vines, and some of them wear hats and go to Arizona in the winter, and they all like to play cards. They will always be the ones who say ―It is time to go now,‖ even as we linger at the door, or stand by the waiting cars, they remember someone—an uncle we never knew—and sigh, all of them together, like wind in the oak trees behind the farm where they grew up—a place I remember—especially the hen house and the soft clucking that filled the sunlit yard. American Life in Poetry is made possible by The Poetry Foundation (www.poetryfoundation.org), publisher of Poetry magazine. It is also supported by the Department of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Poem copyright ©2010 by Joyce Sutphen from her most recent book of poetry, First Words, Red Dragonfly Press, 2010. Poem reprinted by permission of Joyce Sutphen and the publisher. Introduction copyright © 2009 by The Poetry Foundation. The introduction's author, Ted Kooser, served as United States Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 20042006. We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts.
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Belinda “Dee” Petersdorf Jan. 7, 1962 - June 28, 2011 No services are planned for Belinda ―Dee‖ Petersdorf, 49, of Winchester Bay. Dee was born Jan. 7, 1962, in Florence, to William and Marva (Bomark) Waybrant. She passed away June 28, 2011, with family members by her side. She graduated from Reedsport High School in 1980. She worked as a bookkeeper for Ray‘s Pizza and as a tax preparer in Coos Bay. She married Donald Petersdorf on May 8, 1993, in Reedsport. He passed away in 2002. Dee is survived by her daughter and son-in-law,
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Mary Ellen Wheaton July 26, 1942 - June 30, 2011 A memorial service will be held at a later date for Mary Ellen Wheaton, 68, of Reedsport. Mary was born July 26, 1942, in Coos Bay to Elmer and Helen (Pedersen) Wheaton. She passed away June 30, 2011. She was a graduate of Reedsport High School and of Monmouth College. She taught in the Reedsport schools from 1968 through 1984. Mary moved to Anchorage, Alaska and worked for Mark Air for 10 years before returning to Reedsport and working for the Courier Newspaper for three years before taking retire-
ment for health reasons. Mary is survived by her sister, Carol Smith of Elizabethton, Tenn.; a nephew, Kelly Smith of Columbus, N.M.; and her close friend, Barbara Mills of Reedsport. She was preceded in death by her parents. Special thanks to Jim and Gayle Dawson and all the doctors and nurses at Lower Umpqua Hospital, as well as the many doctors in the Bay Area who provided her care. Arrangements are under the direction of Dunes Memorial Chapel, 541-2712822.
William P. Boddie 93, of Lakeside, passed away July 3, 2011, in Lakeside. Arrangements are pending with Nelson‘s Bay Area Mortuary, 541-267-4216.
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Welcome to summer! Here in summer we offer all types of activities and weather to match. The question is, are our machines up to the challenge? I hope so. At least the cost of fuel is coming down a little. I saw $3.839 for diesel fuel in Florence the other day, so hopefully it will drop here a bit pretty soon, as I am a firm believer in shopping here in Lakeside. It is more important to shop locally than ever, and it is my hope that we and the other merchants are doing well for you. Now, let‘s talk about our cars. The hot weather is taking a toll on tires. We are seeing the seasonal increase in blowouts. This is usually caused by a tire that has been operated with air pressure that is too low for too long. Then boom! Tire spaghetti all over the road. If this happens, we hope it is just the tire and not you and your car. So let‘s make sure to get those tires checked often.
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