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January 2015 Vol. 2, Issue 19

Discover the Central Oregon Cascades Experience... with the Eagle

ADVENTURES! LOCAL NEWS! EVENTS! New! Map Centerfold Pull-Out North Klamath County VOICE

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High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation helps distressed wildlife recover from illnesses or injuries. Almost always, our patients are debilitated due to a direct cause by humans. We operate as a non-profit and rely on the generous donations of time and resources by our community. High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated the the rehabilitation and release of injured, sick and orphaned wildlife. We are Central Oregon’s only 24 hour comprehensive wildlife rehabilitation center treating all wildlife - songbirds, birds of prey, waterfowl, sea/water birds, small mammals, fawns, reptiles and amphibians. Wildlife in distress is an EMERGENCY and we are here to help, 24/7. Letting “nature take its course” is often not an appropriate solution. Approximately 99% of the animals HDWRR cares for are sick, injured or orphaned because of human activity. We are also available to humanely help with urban wildlife conflicts (ex. squirrels in the attic, raccoons under a porch, birds in a vent, etc...) High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (HDWRR) is founded by a veterinarian and veterinary technician. Dr. Jeff Cooney and Jeannette Bonomo have 45 years of combined experience in wildlife rehabilitation.

Story written by High Desert Wildlife Rescue courtesy www.highdesertwildlife.com Photography by Jeannette Bonomo

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to help rescue and care for vulnerable, sick and injured wildlife in our High Desert Central “Baby Great Horned Owl. He fell from his nest in Bend, and we attempted to re-nest him (put him back in the nest with his parents). However, his parents Oregon region. Call us 541-241-8680 or visit www.highdesertwildlife.org

were scared off by a Red-tailed Hawk who came in and took over the nest site. This baby was raised at our rehab center and released approximately 4 weeks ago.

(right) California Quail hatchlings, brood destroyed by domestic cat.

Dr. Jeff Cooney performing orthopedic surgery on a Great Blue Heron. He is placing an orthopedic pin in its fractured humerus. Dr. Jeff Cooney (left) is a wildlife biologist and a licensed veterinarian specializing in raptors, reptiles and other wildlife. He graduated from Oregon State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987, with an emphasis in raptor medicine and surgery. He worked in private practice for 5 1⁄2 years and then was awarded a residency at The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine where he specialized in raptor medicine and surgery. He and his veterinary technician, Jeannette Bonomo, provide specialty raptor and reptile medicine for a variety of organizations and individuals including Blue Mountain Wildlife, the Sunriver Nature Center, Wild Wings Raptor Rehabilitation, the High Desert Museum, Chintimini Wildlife, Treasure Valley Raptor Rescue, private falconers, the ODFW and USFWS. Dr. Cooney has researched blood parasites in Common Loons, internal parasites of raptors, aspergillosis in raptors, emaciation in birds of prey, wound management in raptors, postoperative care of injured raptors and is presently working on research regarding lead poisoning in eagles. He currently resides in Bend, Oregon where he teaches in the Veterinary Technology Program, animal biology, human anatomy and physiology and microbiology at Central Oregon Community College.

Robert, the Red Tailed Hawk Saved from His Death on Highway 97 Klamath Falls, Oregon – Five miles out of Klamath Falls just after Thanksgiving while taking one of my many adopted children home, we spotted what looked like a dead bird in the middle of Highway 97. After passing it, I looked in my rear view mirror and saw the poor thing trying to hop across the road. Because of the way it was hopping, I thought it was a duck.

Robert the Red Tailed Hawk

Being the animal lover that I am I slammed on my brakes, and the kids and I about flew through the windshield (thank goodness for seat belts) and I whipped the car around to go back and save it. When I got back to where it was I realized it wasn’t a duck because it’s head was much too wide so I assumed it was an Owl because of the way it was sitting with its back to us. I jumped out of the car and darted across Highway 97 in between cars to save it. As I approached it, I was in shock when he felt my presence and he turned and spread his wings and made a hissing sound at me. It was a young Red Tailed Hawk sitting in all his glory. I started quietly talking to him and was able to calm him and lifted him from the ground, he nuzzled his beak under my neck and I dodged cars to return to my car. Just then an ODOT worker pulled up on the opposite side of the road shaking his finger at me and telling me it was illegal to have the hawk and I asked if he wanted me to put him back down to get hit again? He answered “No”, I then asked if he had someplace to take him for help. he answered “No, and he would put him out of his misery”, that didn’t set well with me and I said “over my dead body. hoping I wouldn’t be going to jail.” He allowed me to bring Robert (Bob) back to Central Oregon to High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation. We spent 3 hours with Bob before we were able to get him there, my daughter Jordan asked the Vet if it were a boy or girl the vet replied a young male, Jordan asked if we could name hime Bob, the vet smiled and replied Robert the Red tailed Hawk. Jordan insists his name is Bob. Bob is doing great thanks to the wonderful High Desert Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation and will be returning to the wild in the near future. By Susie Bashaw, Your Mary Kay Consultant P.O. Box 3386, La Pine, Oregon 97739, www.marykay.com/sbashaw1 (541) 693-3465


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Found an Injured Animal in Central Oregon? Call 541-241-8680 24 hrs a day, 7 days/week!

Jeannette Bonomo holding a Great Gray Owl as it wakes up from anesthesia.

The same Great Gray Owl just after release. This bird came to us having seizures, likely from insecticide poisoning. Jeannette Bonomo grew up in Colorado and worked as a photographer prior to graduating from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 1996. Although she enjoyed her job working as a Certified Veterinary Technician in a 24 hr animal hospital, she decided to volunteer at a wildlife rehabilitation center in 1999. It was there that she learned to care for wild songbirds and mammals. Currently, she has raised and rehabilitated hundreds of songbirds and mammals, including many reptiles (a personal favorite)! In 2008, Jeannette was introduced to Dr. Jeff Cooney and his raptor rehabilitation work. Since then, they have worked together helping to give Central Oregon’s wildlife a second chance - they perform many lifesaving treatments and surgeries on countless wild birds and animals. Jeannette has also worked as a Wildlife Specialist at the High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon. She is currently a full-time wildlife veterinary technician at HDWRR, and cannot imagine a better job.

Cottontail getting radiographs (xrays) taken. Mule Deer fawn, mother hit by car and killed.

Striped Skunk youngster, mother ‘disappeared’ and left two babies.

Yellow-pine Chipmunk baby, eyes not opened yet. Mother killed by domestic cat.


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La Pine Chamber Buzz By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter

2015 will bring a newly remodeled office and visitor’s center to the Chamber space! Over the holiday break, Ann and Gerald Gawith put on their thinking caps and came up with a new way to sell local products in the visitor’s Center “We want a better connection with local artisans and provide more local products for visitors and residents alike and to create a display,” Gawith explained, “local artisans can contact the Chamber and make arrangements to consign their products.” So far the shelves are up on the walls and kiosks are being built for locally made products like the Chamber’s own Tee-Shirts and Cookbooks, Frontier Days Association’s hats and shirts, L&S Gardens local Rhubarb products, Terry Foster will have his woodwork products and Artist Larry Thorson will show items unique to the Chamber office, Pine Cottage

Farms will have their soaps and several others Colleen Jordt, Chris O’Connell, and a few others that are considering displays and we even have a potential local fudge maker coming on board. We are shooting for a St. Patrick’s Day Opening for vendors and the changes to the office and visitor’s center. You are invited! Please drop in to discuss your local participation for selling your own products. This does not require Chamber membership- BIG NEWS: and be sure to mark your calendar for January 16th for the ABC network show Shark Tank featuring Christina Guerrero and her Turbo Pup company from La Pine. She will be in front of the Sharks to sell her idea of a nutritional carry along bar that you can take with you and your dog on hikes, camping and for a great treat at home! Do you want to help put La Pine on the map? Add your locally made products to the La Pine Visitor’s Center to be a part

of helping visitors find the mementos they take away and the gifts we buy to give our friends! For information call 541-5369771. Ask for Ann.

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Adventures and Attractions

Toastmasters - Every Tuesday from 8 – 9am. Gordy’s Truck Stop Restaurant. Saturday Market - 10am – 3pm. First Saturday of each month at the Grange Hall. Local vendors - talented artisans, collectors, crafters, firearms, jewelry, fresh eggs, produce in season. Help the Grange Help the community. 541-536-3007. Christmas Eve Service - 5pm, December 24th. Join us for a Birthday Party - - Crescent Creek Church - 52340 Huntington Rd. 541.536.2183

Recreation ATV Adventures Boating Camping Backpacking

Cave Exploring Cycling Fishing Golfing

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Toastmasters - Every Tuesday from 8 – 9am. Gordy’s Truck Stop Restaurant. Pine Top Poultry Swap - 5/23/ 2015 at 9:00am – 5:00pm La Pine Community CenterPoultry, Rabbits, Farmers Market, Wood carvers, Crafters, Homesteading, and more. This is going to be a Big Event and Lots of Fun - Free to public No Cover Now seeking Vendors - Spaces are going fast Please Reserve Now, $25.00 Per space 541-536-1219

Hiking Hunting Kayaking Mountain Biking

Off Road 4 Wheeling Paddle Boarding River Rafting Skiing

Biggest Tree in Oregon at La Pine State Park Paulina Falls • Paulina Lake Big Obsidian Flow East Lake • Cinder Cone • Caldera Trails Peter Skene Ogden Trail Lave River Cave • Ice Cave

Rec, La Pine Health Center, Rebound Physical Therapy and Ya Ya Sisterhood. For more info call: Lana Anderson 541-876-5073.

Christmas Comes but Once a Year and La Pine Steps up to help With Food Baskets and Toys! By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter Every year there is a struggle to provide the needed food baskets for our neighbors that need a hand. When Toys for Tots took over toy distribution a year ago and then opted out of the La Pine project earlier this fall, The Chamber of Commerce stepped up and took applications and then a group of volunteers led by Chamber Exec, Ann Gawith and husband Gerald to set up a special ‘toy day’ for the folks that asked for help at the same time as the Christmas Basket Association was distributing food. There were 500 families help with Christmas Dinner. This year, with the help of additional funds from partner SCOOTR, the Toys for Tots, helped 367 children with everything from Bikes to puzzles, dolls to stuffed animals, little boy toys and girlie things were .

Hole in the Ground Fort Rock Fall River & Fish Hatchery Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway Rosland Park Norma’s Red Rooster La Pine Coop and

Garden Tour Frontier Days Crab Feed La Pine Rodeo Rhubarb Festival Newberry Event L & S Gardens & Annual Rhubarb Festival

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FREE PICKLEBALL & WINTER WALKING FREE - Pickleball and Winter Walking Pickleball Monday 8-11, Tues and Thurs 9-12, Winter Walking Monday, Wed, Friday, 11am - 12:40m. Sponsored by La Pine Parks and

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16145 Green Forest Road, Built in 2006, 1864 SF 1 of a kind Custom Built home by Perry Walters Const. Large covered front and back decks. Beautifully landscaped, enjoy sitting around the fire pit at night with your friends while you relax after a hard days work. Don't forget to check out the Man Cave...Inside includes surround sound in the great room, with a large master bedroom and bathroom & walk in closet. Pre-wired for a hot tub/ heat pump. Sprinkler system to keep the lawn beautiful. Boat storage and more. Seller will look at all reasonable offers. Only $245,000

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“It was the first year that we partnered with Toys for Tots to provide the toys,” Gawith told us. “We hope that we can who worked all day run by Joanne Collier, friend Sandy continue to do it again just this way next year. The Toys for Jansen and the La Pine Ya Ya Sisterhood who kept the Tots folks in Bend are a great group of people who volunteer for wheels turning for the volunteers. weeks to give Christmas to boys and girls in the area.” The Christmas Basket Association collects donations The Christmas basket folks helped hundreds of folks who all year to support the project. SCOOTR will be working waited in line outside until they could walk through the wellthroughout the year 2015 to raise funds to help local south organized center and choose items their families would use for county children next Christmas. Toys for Tots, supported by Christmas Dinner. the US Marine Corps, also collects funds and all three are “I am enjoying seeing the smiles on the faces of the people available on their websites for information on how to help them. we can help,” volunteer Josh told us. “It makes me know what I Thanks for all of the folks who gave of their time and want to donate to next year!” money to support these cherished organizations help the Local volunteers from all over the area joined with regular CBA folks in our local area. We are sure that the folks you all volunteers and the La Pine Fire District to provide help for loading helped are very grateful for your efforts! into personal vehicles. The new layout was easy to negotiate and the day went smoothly. All foods were donated or purchased with donations of cash in order to give people the “Full meal deal” A turkey, bread for stuffing, apple pie, Gel Polish • Pedicures • Manicures potatoes, milk and a choice Facials • Waxing • Make-Up Pedicure $20-Manicure $25 Bonnie Davee of vegetables and canned New clients welcome! Licensed Expires Jan 31, 2015 goods were offered to each Esthetician CALL FOR YOUR Cannot be combined with other offers. participant. There was even & Nail Tech APPOINTMENT a small cafeteria of sorts Gift Certificates Available available to feed the volunteers 541-788-0444 • The Hair Nook • 51530 Huntington Rd, Ste 2 • La Pine

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Mountain Bike Capital of the Northwest

Dining & Food

EVENTS Ukulele Jam - Every Wednesday from 5:30pm – 7:30 pm at Mountain Lion Bakery - 48273 E 1st St. Ukulele players get together and play a wide variety of music. All skill levels are welcome and beginners are encouraged. Always a good time. (541) 782-5797.

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James Coburn, Outreach Specialist, Office Hours: 10:00- 3:00 Room 203 Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Call: 541-246-4914 to schedule an appointment ( walk in welcome) The SSVF program is designed REAL ESTATE to help Veterans stay/get off the streets and to end/prevent homelessness in Lane County.

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Adventures & Attractions Circle Bar Golf Course Concerts in the Park Fish Hatchery Oakridge Pioneer Museum Pacific Crest Trail Parks & Playgounds Scenic Drives Salmon Creek Boating

Camping Backpacking Cycling Fishing Golfing Hiking Hunting Kayaking Mini Golf Mountain Biking

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! ew N ’s t a h w e e s e m o C er t en c il a t re ew n e h t t u o Check s t c u d ro p e d a m e in P a L offering Blanket Draft Exception to State Land Use Law Allowing Sewering in South Deschutes County Presented to the Board of Commissioners By John Huddle, Eagle Reporter The Department of Environmental Quality, or DEQ, Steering Committee recommended flexibility to the state’s goal 11 land use law to allow sewers for the plotted lots in South Deschutes

and North Klamath Counties. In keeping with that recommendation, DEQ and the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development, or DLCD, developed a draft goal 11 exception for Deschutes

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County. This draft, once finished and if approved by the board of commissioners, or BOCC, will become part of the county comprehensive plan. December 29, 2014, Nick Lelack of the Deschutes County Planning Department, Bob Baggott of DEQ, and Jon Jinings of DLCD jointly explained the draft exception and the procedures for implementation. As requested by the BOCC, the draft will first go out to south county residents for input and discussion. Once that round of public input is completed, the draft will go the Deschutes County Planning Commission for review, public input and revision. The Planning Commission then makes a recommendation to the BOCC concerning the goal 11 exception. At that stage, the BOCC will hold additional hearings, recommend changes and make the ultimate decision as to whether or not to adopt the goal 11 exception into the comprehensive plan. Upon adoption, interested parties have 21 days to appeal the BOCC decision to the DLCD, or the exception becomes final. The intent of the Steering Committee and the stated purpose according to the presenters was that the goal 11 exception would open the door to flexibility in addressing onsite waste treatment solutions. Presently, without a goal 11 exception, no two or more homes can connect to the same waste treatment plant. By writing a goal 11 exception that covered all platted lots within the S. Deschutes County, individual homeowners are spared the legality and expense of preparing their own exception petition. The presenters indicated that Klamath County is closely monitoring the process with the possibility that they will also pursue the same process, using Deschutes County’s exception as their model. The exception would open the door to sewers, but not mandate them. Mr. Baggott stated that a goal 11 exception allowed folks the ability to explore sewers, otherwise they could continue to use alternative treatment technology, or ATT, septic systems. Commissioner Tony DeBone raised the issue of a

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moratorium on ATT’s given that none of the area has reached a nitrate trigger point. Given the lack of a trigger point, he wondered if the county could chose to rely on standard systems if DEQ was unwilling to allow a moratorium. Mr. Baggott stated that it wasn’t a trigger point, but a risk assessment that DEQ followed. (An article about a year ago by the Deschutes County Citizen’s Action Group, or CAG, stated that DEQ Director Dick Pedersen had promised a moratorium with no strings attached.) Commissioner Alan Unger also raised the question of affordability of sewer systems and what could be done to help those who could least afford such an approach. It was pointed out that the exception only opened the door, it did not address details, such as the cost of sewering. Commissioner Tammy Baney raised the question of language within the exception – did it specifically exclude forcing people to sewer when there wasn’t yet a proven need. Eventually, the draft exception will be posted to the county website. However, the Deschutes County Citizen’s Action Group, who were in attendance at the presentation, obtained an advance copy. Those interested in reading the language, or examining a map of the area, can go to www.cagg.us to read or download a copy.


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NORTH KLAMATH COUNTY

VOICE Crescent Sanitary District Wastewater Treatment Project

By Jeffrey Brent, Crescent, OR, 12/19/2014 Crescent, Oregon, like many rural comWith a desire to serve their community munities, has been no stranger to the unkind in a positive manner and dedicated to solveffects of economic hardships. Compounded ing Crescent, Oregon’s wastewater issues, with its small population and limited number currently elected members of the Cresof businesses, the realization of wastewater cent Sanitary District Board consists of pollution has led the residents of this quaint Cher Dolan (President), Jeff Coker (Vicetown of approximately 700 residents to reflect President), Jo Foust (Secretary-Treasurer), on the serious detriment Crescent currently Chuck Defoe, and Mike Ayers. As well, suffers--and will undoubtedly experience in grant-writer, Chuck Lawrence, retained by years to come--in the absence of remedy. the CSD in December 2012, collaborates With no current city wide wastewater facil- with state and federal agencies to obtain ity, Crescent residents and all local businesses project funding. are left reliant on individual septic systems, Having been awarded start-up funding many of which are presently failing and subse- with the aid of Gary Viehdorfer, Regional quently polluting local ground water and Little Coordinator of Oregon’s Infrastructure Deschutes River with high levels of nitrates. As Finance Authority (IFA), Anderson Engia result, the Oregon Department of Environmen- neering And Surveying, Inc. of Lakeview, tal Quality (DEQ) has placed Crescent and sur- Oregon was selected by the Crescent Sanirounding areas on a moratorium limiting and, tary District to devise and develop a Facilin some instances, prohibiting the installation ity/Engineering plan. To date, the plan has of new septic systems, in essence hindering the been submitted to both DEQ and IFA for possibility of future business/residential growth. review, any revisions deemed necessary In order to reach a reasonable and realis- and final approval. Following the receipt tic solution to the problematic issues facing of an approved facility engineering plan, Crescent, a joint effort between the Crescent the CSD will then be moving forward with Sanitary District, DEQ, USDA, RCAC, and a planned community income study. This Infrastructure Finance Authority (IFA) is cur- community income study will help in derently underway with all participating parties termining possible grants and low-interest striving toward a common goal of establish- loans to further construction of the CSD ing a Community Wastewater Facility that is project. In addition, early 2015 will find at once affordable, allows managed growth of the Crescent Sanitary District conducting/ the community, and one that will assure the attending “one-stop” meetings to begin a town’s continuing existence. funding campaign to cover project costs.

Chemult, Oregon - “The Little Community With A Future in the Heart of the Cascades”

Submitted by Merwin Rhodes The Citizens of Chemult are like family. tain Days this past July 11-13. This spring When one hurts the rest hurt as well. we have the goal to get the sod in and the We are working on the development of a children’s play equipment in. We are look12 acre park. We got the parking lot done just ing for several picnic tables because we want in time for our 2nd annual Chemult Moun- the community and tourists alike to be able to

Chemult Bible Fellowship By Pastor Merwin Rhoades

New Church Sign

Chemult Bible Fellowship began in June 2011. We had a rather interesting beginning in that we started meeting in a converted semi-trailer. In December 2011 we were able to purchase and move into the church building. Chemult Bible Fellowship is a nondenominational, Bible believing, Bible teaching church for your whole family.

Our weekly schedule goes like this: Sunday morning service – 10:30; Wednesday is our Food Pantry from 10:00 ‘till 2:00; Also on Wednesday is Mommy & Me from 1:30-2:30; Then comes our Wednesday evening service at 6:30. The second Sunday of each month is Potluck Sunday. Please come and join us on Sunday when you are in Chemult.

Chemult Mountain Days July 2014.

enjoy the Chemult Community Park any time of the year. It’s not too early to put Chemult on your summer schedule for our 3rd annual Chemult Mountain Days July 17, 18 and 19.

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VOICE North Klamath County: Rugged, Wild, and Full of Fun By Dan Varcoe, Eagle Reporter

Ready to explore North County? Try four ideas to get things started. CRESCENT LAKE … Sandy beaches, fishing, watersports and camping.

Volume 2, Issue 19 • January 2015

Escape to North Klamath County

Crescent Lake delivers recreation with rustic escapes. By Dahniel Ferris The small community of Crescent Lake is one of the northernmost burgs in Klamath County. The town is aptly named after one of the many lakes in the area. There are so many lakes in this neck of the woods that the terminus of Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway is Crescent Lake. This majestic byway takes you through some of the most beautiful terrain, with the towering Cascade Mountain to guide you. HooDoo’s Crescent Lake Resort can be found right at the water’s edge. This full resort facility offers camping, cabins, dining, shopping, equipment rentals and more. They have all the cool water toys for rent, such as Sea-Doos, Aqua Cycles, paddle boards, fishing boats, kayaks and canoes. They even rent mountain bikes for the adventurers wanting to hit the amazing trails in the area. After working up an appetite having all kinds of fun, head to The Pines Bar & Grill for a great meal. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu varied enough to satisfy any craving. If you just have to have prime rib, you better make sure you are there on a Saturday night. To top it all off, treat yourself to the delicious Oregon Marionberry Cobbler … these blackberries alone are worth a trip to this state. Just up the road a piece is the stunning Odell Lake, also with a lakeside resort. The Odell Lake Resort has been around since 1903 and offers many amenities. There are lodge rooms, rustic cabins, or sites for tent and RV camping. This resort also rents a variety of equipment for full enjoyment of the surroundings. You are more than welcome to horseback ride on the grounds as well. “Home” cooked meals are available for indoor or patio dining. Anglers will be especially interested to know that Odell Lake holds the state record for the largest Mackinaw, shattering the 40 lb. threshold in 1984! Not to be outdone is the Shelter Cove Marina & Resort, also located on Odell Lake. This is a year-round resort. It can be tricky to get to in the winter, but it is stunningly beautiful covered in white. Luckily, it’s just as gorgeous in the sun of summertime. Cabins and camping are available here, but there isn’t a restaurant, just well-stocked, old fashioned General Store. Now, the lakeside resorts aren’t all that Crescent Lake has to offer. The Crescent Creek Cottages and RV Park is owned and operated by some very enthusiastic locals. They will be able to answer

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any question you may have about what the locals consider “must see” spots. Plus, the creek running behind the vintage cabins is both lovely and calm. Just imagine kicking back with a cold drink listening to the water babble by as the daylight fades. The Willamette Pass Inn is also a great place to stay. They have enormous rooms or gorgeous chalets. During the summer months, there is a delicious BBQ stand right next door. The quintessential smalltown gas station/convenience store/deli is centrally located and usually hopping busy with locals and visitors. You are sure to get a smile along with great service. These are the folks that live in and love this community … and it shows. This is merely a snapshot of what this area has to offer. We invite you to plan your trip to explore what we call “Oregon Unexpected.” For more, be sure to visit www. DiscoverKlamath.com.

With nearly 6,000 square miles of area, Klam- running and mountain biking. ath County is one of Oregon’s largest and most Crescent Lake is in the Deschutes National diverse counties. A Road Trip through Northern Forest and lies just east of the summit of the Klamath County provides many recreational op- Cascade Mountain Range in Northern Klamath portunities. County. It is located about 3 miles south of HighAmong the more popular things to do? Try way 58 via Deschutes National Forest Road 60 fishing, camping, hiking, water sports, and off- from Crescent Lake junction. roading. Here are several excursions that won’t ODELL LAKE … One of the best fishing spots disappoint. in the Deschutes National Forest. MILLER LAKE … Some of the best brown This hug blue lake spans across more than trout fishing in Oregon. 3,500 acres. It is 6 miles long and 1 ½ miles A little out of the way from most fishing wide. It reaches depths over 280 feet. The averGILCHRIST. OREGON destinations in the area, 600-acre Miller Lake is age depth is 130 feet which makes it the perfect The Heart of Snow a worthwhile side trip if you want to catch big habitat for Mackinaw and Bull trout. Rainbow and Recreation! brown trout, rainbow and Kokanee. Browns can trout, Kokanee salmon and whitefish are also naGateway to the region’s average 16-18 inches, and quite a few are up to 30 tive to the lake. Odell Lake is a trophy lake trout Outback and Crater Lake inches. Brown trout are generally caught by troll- fishery and has the distinction of the past two state ing in deeper water or fishing along the shoreline records for lake trout. Marlene Reid, Owner of in the evening. Odell Lake offers beautiful campsites tucked The campground sits at 5,600-foot eleva- away in thick forests, as well as Odell Lake Lodge The tion and offers piped water, flush toilets, an RV and Resort and Shelter Cove Resort & Marina, wishes you & yours a dump stations, a swimming beach and more than both located on national forest land operating un4 miles of hiking trails. It’s a great access point der a special use permit with the Deschutes Nato the Mt. Thielsen Wilderness for hikers. There tional Forest. are 4 tent/RV sites. Be prepared for mosquitos. Fall takes on an incredible beauty of its own To get there: Travel 12 miles west of U.S. with a gorgeous array of changing colors reflectHighway 97 and the town of Chemult on the Mill- ing upon the lake. … Truly a beautiful time of er Lake Road NF-9772. This is a gravel surface year to visit. road, but is suitable for RV travel. THREE TRAILS OHV TRAIL SYSTEMHappy New Year Happy New Year Happy New Year Happy New Year Happy Happy New Year Ha CRESCENT LAKE … Sandy beaches, fishing, RIVERS SOUTH TRAIL watersports and camping. Construction of Phase 1 of this new 20-mile Yes, it is true: Crescent Lake is especially great for yearOHV Trail System is complete and ready to ride. Art Studio and Gallery Art Studio and Gallery The Inn is located on thethe the round trout fishing. Surrounded by miles of The riding area is located off Highway 97 north end of Gilchrist. Located in North Klamath County, Located in North Klamath County, in Crescent, Oregon does wish you a in Cresc wooded shorelines, sandy beaches and brilliant between Chemult and Crescent in the scenic 225 Mississippi Drive wishes everyone a wishes everyone a blue-green water, it is famous for its Kokanee, area near Little Walker Mountain. The two-way Happy and O Prosperous New Year Happy PO Box 875 GILCHRIST. REGON lake trout, and rainbow and brown trout. trails are open to mountain biking and horseback For a unique dinning experience, visit us in Crescent, Hwy Gilchrist, OR 97737 For a unique d Enjoy a variety of water sports, including riding, as well as ATVs (Class I, II). OHV trails 97 and 541-433-2878 The Heart of Rd. Snow Crescent Cutoff 7 am to 9 pm, 7 days a week. 97 and Crescen gilchristinn@yahoo.com and Recreation! Gloria Neville — Art, Prints wakeboarding, & Crafts - Commissions Neville — Art, Prints & Crafts - Commissions accepted WeGloria thank you for your past patronage! We thank boating, kayaking, water skiing, areaccepted classified on maps as easiest, more difficult www.gilchristinn.com to the Box Pack 207, Crescent, ORsunscreen 97733 for 541-433-2008 PO Happy Box 207, Crescent, OR 97733 tubing andPO more. a lunch and and most difficult. 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Volume 2, Issue 19 • January 2015

South County School Update Important Dates

By Karen Kromer-Foster

PTA Officers:

January 5 – First day back to school January 19 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day – No School January 28 & 29 – Middle School parent conferences January 30 – No school for all South County Schools (end of trimester) January 31- Winter Formal – La Pine High School

President Deidra Bennett Vice President Michelle Purvis Secretary Jolynn Ives Treasurer Jeri Rimel Member at Large Rosland: Amanda Johnson and Sarah Aarness La Pine Elementary: Kathy Driscoll

FOOD DRIVE All South County students and staff are participating in a food drive for La Pine Christmas Basket. Your student can bring any non-perishable food item or paper products to their school to be collected and delivered to the La Pine Christmas Basket association on December 19th. Thank you for helping our students help our community. La Pine Elementary and Rosland Elementary would like to thank our PTA (Parent Teacher Association) for helping raise money for our students. We have one PTA to serve families from both LPE and Rosland, which takes some logistical organization to accommodate both schools. The PTA officers and volunteers have organized Book fairs, Holiday Shoppe, A Change Challenge, and movie nights for families to enjoy. They have put numerous hours in organizing and raising money in order to help our 600 Kindergarten through 5th grade students. The money they raise goes to Teacher Mini Grants, Tears of Joy Assembly, Classroom supplies, Outdoor School, and Author Visits. Thank you PTA for giving so much!

La Pine High School Please share with everyone you know and join us in welcoming the Oregon Shakespeare Festival actors as they present: You Say It’s Your Birthday (a selection of Shakespeare’s greatest scenes in celebration of his 450th birthday). Wednesday, December 17th at 7 p.m. at La Pine High School’s auditorium. All funds go to support continuing Shakespeare education outside of the classroom (scholarship funds for trips to Ashland & fees to bring OSF actors to La Pine in the future). All tickets $7 or $5 with two cans of food (to be donated to La Pine Christmas Baskets/Community Kitchen). Tickets may be purchased at the door. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to enjoy Oregon’s cultural treasure, the OSF, right here in Central Oregon!

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Banner Year for Newberry Habitat for Humanity

Ground Breaking for the two new houses From shovels to a completed home- It all happens at Habitat in 2014! By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter Over the past twelve months the local Habitat affiliate has experienced a wonderful year full of homeowner project, donations collected and construction projects funded and great teambuilding for the Habitat board and staff. In a recent team meeting every leader had the chance to talk about the high lights of their year: The Construction Manager, Steve Krebs (Exact Construction), explained that he had worked through the year by teaching classes for volunteers and others who wanted to pick up some DIY skills for building. He also did projects like ramp building, bathroom remodeling and other emergency projects for locals who needed an assist to make their homes safer and

sound or accessible to wheelchairs. The big projects were the Women Build project that started in May and the one and one half homes that were completed for new homeowners. One homeowner took possession of her new home in November and the second house will be completes in 2015. There are plans for building two more homes in 2015, so Steve is looking forward to another busy year. (Skill Building Classes start on the third Tuesday of January at the La Pine High School at 6 PM) The ReStore manager, Rolando Alonzo, has experienced increased inventory and sales for 2014 and he has been carefully building up a solid staff of volunteers that handle sales on the floor, organizing and pricing merchandise and handling customer inquiries. He is in the middle of working with his volunteer

advisory board to make your experience at the ReStore a better shopping experience. Rolando is getting wonderful donations every week and he still needs more appliances and cupboards to round out his ReStore offerings. (Household appliances sell within hours). His Store hours are Monday through Saturday 9:30-5 PM and you can call to donate at 541-536-3234. Habitat’s Volunteer Coordinator, Dan Varcoe is always looking to build the team of volunteers (541-771-9177) and he is who you want to call to be part of the volunteer team! Last year the volunteers donates thousands of hours to the ReStore and Home Owner projects and by doing that they contributed inkind value to the home construction projects and to the overall savings and fundraising at the retail store.

CW Forge Works and Farrier Service opens at Hwy 31 Junction & Hwy 97 Chuck Weishoff, a farrier with 20 years experience is opening a unique business this month, in La Pine. He will be doing blacksmithing onsite at his store front, where you can watch as he does his work. He does all types of metal fabrication work, as well. A comfortable studio space has been reserved on site as a place where live local musicians and singers will perform while you browse the variety of hand fabricated goods. Stop by and meet Chuck and check out his new store. He will be open Monday through Saturday, weekly.

100% of you donations will help local families manage day-to-day living expenses while receiving cancer treatment, including fuel, travel and food costs.

Your friendly home town eye care resource Supporting the La Pine community and economy for over 6 years.

25% of those diganosed with cancer lose their life savings trying to survive it.

One block West of the intersection of Hwy 97 and Third Street (Same corner as Ray’s Grocery Store)

Dr. Graham Balcer, Dr. Kristen Gaus (far right) and the La Pine Eyecare Clinic Staff

Graham A. Balcer, OD 16410 Third Street, Suite A, La Pine 541-536-2911 For more information or to donate, visit CANcancer.org or call 541-706-6996

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CHURCH SECTION Christmas Valley

Christmas Valley Community Church Pastor: Dustin Peterson Phone: (541) 576-2757 http://www.christmasvalleycommunitychurch.com/ Faith Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Pastor: Peter Pagel, Phone: (541) 536-1198 North Lake Independent Christian Center Pastor: T.A. Scevers, Jr. Phone: (541) 576-3777 http://www.northlakeicc.com/index.html Seventh Day Adventist Pastor: Brent Brusett Phone: (541) 576-2599 http://christmasvalley22.adventistchurchconnect.org/

Crescent

First Baptist Church Pastor: Lyman Flenner Phone: (541) 433-9342 Ponderosa Christian Fellowship Pastor: Gordon DeArmond Phone: (541) 433-2495 http://ponderosachurch.com

Fort Rock

Holy Family Catholic Church Phone: (541) 576-2291 http://www.catholic-church.org/hrpc/

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High Lakes Christian Church Pastor: Terry O’Casey Phone: (541) 536-3333 www.highlakescc.org

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Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church Phone: (541) 433-2519 http://www.catholic-church.org/hrpc/

La Pine

Calvary Chapel of La Pine 16430 3rd St. La Pine Cascade Bible Church Pastor: Jack Ebner Phone: (541) 536-9310 http://cascadebiblechurch.org/ Church of Christ Hwy 97 across from 76 Station Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Bishop: Bishop Russell Phone: (541) 536-1945 Crescent Creek Church Pastor: Greg Price Phone: (541) 536-2183 http://crescentcreekchurch.weebly.com/index.html CrossWalk Ministries Pastor: Marshall Wolcott Phone: (541) 536-7524 http://www.crosswalklapine.com/ Faith Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Pastor: Peter Pagel Phone: (541) 536-1198 Grace Fellowship Church of The Nazarene Pastor: Richard Lighthill Phone: (541) 536-2878

2014 in Perspective

by John Huddle

You have taken notice, for you always see one who inflicts pain and suffering. The unfortunate victim entrusts his cause to you; you deliver the fatherless. Break the arm of the wicked and evil man! Hold him accountable for his wicked deeds, which he thought you would not discover. The Lord rules forever! The nations are driven out of his land. Lord, you have heard the request of the oppressed; you make them feel

Put Life Back in Your Life Take charge of your health in the New Year!

If you suffer from diabetes symptoms or chronic health conditions, attend a Living Well with Chronic Conditions or Living Well with Diabetes workshop. Seven different series of workshops are being offered in Bend, La Pine, Prineville, and Madras in February and March. Each six-week workshop costs $10, and includes a book. Living Well serves the communities of Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties

Registration required. Brought to you by Living Well Central Oregon and PacificSource Foundation.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Pastor: Father Theo Nnabugo Phone: (541) 536-3571 http://www.catholic-church.org/ hrpc Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness Phone: (541) 536-9083

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La Pine Community Church Pastor: Donald Manning Phone: (541) 536-3685 http://www.lapinechurch.org/ La Pine Christian Center Pastor: Norman R Soyster Phone: (541) 536-1593 Living Water of La Pine – NW Conservative Baptist Affiliation Pastor: Dr. James Hofman Phone: (541) 536-1215 http://www.livingwateroflapine.com/ La Pine Pentecostal Church of God Pastor: Phone: (541) 536-2940 http://lapinepcg.org Seventh-Day Adventist Church Elder: Barbara Tucker Phone: (541) 536-2773 http://lapine22.adventistchurchconnect.org/

Vertical Church of God Pastor: Jeremy Seibert Pastor: (541) 905-0261

Sunriver

Community Bible Church at Sunriver Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel, Phone: (541) 593-8341 http://www.cbchurchsr.org/ Holy Trinity Catholic Church Pastor: Father Theo Nnabugo Phone: (541) 593-5990 http://www.catholic-church.org/hrpc/ Sunriver Christian Fellowship Pastor: Nancy Green Phone: (541) 593-1183 http://www.sunriverchristianfellowship.org/

secure because you listen to their prayer. You defend the fatherless and oppressed, so that mere mortals may no longer terrorize them. (Psalms 10:14-18, NET) We live in a social media culture that focuses on the “me.” While we told our Facebook friends about our new kitchen, people lived without kitchens. When we complained about the discomfort from outpatient surgery, people were dying for lack of medical care. If we complained because the pastor failed to greet us after the service, fellow Christians were executed for Jesus’ name. 2014 was a year of suffering unprecedented in recent memory: The unexpected emergence of the militant Islamist State, or IS, in Syria and Iraq led to mass exodus or extermination of entire Christian communities that had coexisted with their Muslim neighbors for centuries. Those who couldn’t flee to safe havens in Kurdish territory or elsewhere, found themselves at the murderous hands of IS, who often seized all material goods and then executed their Christian and other minority victims. Churches, once the center of a vibrant Christian culture, became IS prisons. In the last six months, IS has reportedly executed 2,000, mostly civilian victims. A Coptic bishop warns that the Middle east is losing hope. Elsewhere, Christians were imprisoned for their faith. Meriam Ibrahim was under sentence of death, giving birth while in shackles, for her faith and marriage to a Christian. Offered leniency if she would recant her faith, she refused. With the help of the U.S. State Department, and world-outrage, Meriam was finally freed and now resides in the United States with her husband and family. In Pakistan, a Christian couple were beaten and possibly burned alive in a brick kiln for their faith and offense to Islam. In Nigeria, 274 Nigerian schoolgirls, mostly Christian, were kidnapped by the Boko Haram militia – most remain in captivity, reportedly raped and “married” off to terrorists. Pastor Saeed Abedini, from Idaho, remains in an Iranian prison, despite State Department efforts to free him. Africa’s Ebola epidemic continues to ravish, claiming an estimated 8,000 lives in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Many victims were Christians; Christmas was banned in Sierra Leone to stop the spread of Ebola. People are frequently turned away at hospitals or quarantined without provision for food and left to starve. Reportedly, women make up 60 percent of the deaths because they nurse sick children and relatives. Suffering isn’t always visible. According to one online Bible study source, Bible Gateway, 150 million people most searched for passages on love in 2014. John 3:16 was apparently not the most widely shared in 2014, but it had 1.5 billion page views by 150 million readers. Sources: Holy Bible, New English Translation, Christian Today

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HONORING VETERANS Housing First Veteran Centered Care Helping to End Veteran Homelessness Compiled and Reported by John Huddle

When it comes to homeless programs, VA’s policy is “Housing First,” an evidence-based, lowbarrier, supportive housing model that emphasizes permanent supportive housing to end homelessness. This Housing First approach contributed to a 33 percent reduction in homelessness among Veterans between 2010 and 2014, as measured during annual point-intime counts. This approach provides Veterans who are experiencing homelessness— particularly those who have been homeless for prolonged periods, and have mental health and/or addictive disorders—with permanent housing, as quickly as possible.  There are no prerequisites for receiving housing, instead, permanent housing is provided as the initial service, followed by other services, such as healthcare and employment, based on the Veteran’s needs and preferences. For Veterans in the U.S. Department

of Housing and Urban DevelopmentVeterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program, the Housing First approach is often provided over a longer period of time to support community-based housing stability. In Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF), the principles of Housing First are incorporated into the practice of rapid rehousing.  Rapid rehousing is intended for shorter durations than HUD-VASH, but it still places a priority on moving a Veteran or Veteran family experiencing homelessness into permanent housing as quickly as possible.  While originally aimed primarily at Veterans experiencing homelessness due to short-term financial crises, SSVF programs across the country have begun to assist single Veterans and families with limited or no income, survivors of domestic violence and those struggling with mental health conditions and addictions. Studies conducted inside and outside of VA have demonstrated

La Pine Public Library is located at La Pine Library Events The 16425 1st Street, in La Pine, Oregon. Family Fun Storytime Interactive early learning storytime with songs, rhymes and crafts. Come with the whole family! Thursdays, at 10:30 am

Friends of the La Pine Library Book Store The Friends’ Book Nook is open at the following days and times. Everyone welcome to come in and browse! Tuesdays, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm, Thursdays & Saturdays, 1 – 4:00 pm. The Library Book Club Read and discuss, Raven Stole the Moon, by Garth Stein. Everyone welcome! Thursday, Jan. 15, 12:00 Noon Library Closure All of the Deschutes Public Libraries will be CLOSED on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015.

Animal Adventures Join the High Desert Museum for a fun storytime and craft. Meet one of the Museum’s live animals! Limited to 25 children age 3+ and their adults. Free tickets available at the library on the day of the program. Tuesday, Jan. 20, 11:30 am Digital Downloads Get help with eReaders, eBooks, digital music, magazines and more. Bring your own device, and don’t forget your cords and passwords, if needed. No registration required. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 10:30 am Open Computer Lab Tech questions and answers: computers, apps, and more. Bring your own laptop or device to troubleshoot, or use ours! Don’t forget your cords and passwords, if needed. No registration required. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 10:30 am

Teen Territory Enjoy awesome board games, including Axis & Allies, Risk, and Catan, plus traditional games like Monopoly. We’ll also have the Wii and laptops. Age 12–17. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 1:00 pm Friends Bag Book Sale The Friends of the La Pine Library are having a Bag Book Sale, so stop in to the Meeting Room of La Pine Library, and get some great deals! Everyone is welcome! Friday & Saturday, Jan. 30 & 31, 10 – 6 on Friday, and 10 – 5 on Saturday.

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE A public hearing has been scheduled before the City of La Pine Planning Commission to receive testimony or comments regarding a Comprehensive plan map and Zoning map amendment (file # CP/ZC 2014-13) submitted by La Pine Haven, LLC. The subject property is located in T22S-R10E-Section 11, tax lot 2, at approximately 51749 Huntington Road in La Pine, Oregon. The proposal is to change the Plan and Zoning Designations from Public Facility (PF) to Commercial Residential Mixed Use (CRMX). This application will be reviewed under the criteria for Comprehensive Plan amendments in section V of the Comprehensive Plan; and for Zoning amendments in the Zoning Ordinance, Oregon Revised Statutes, and Oregon Administrative Rules. Public Hearing Date: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Location: La Pine City Hall 16345 6th Street, La Pine, OR 97739 Time: 6:00 PM All interested persons may appear, be heard, be represented by counsel, or send written signed testimony. All written comments must be received by the City prior to the hearing date or submitted at the hearing. Failure to raise an issue in person at the hearing or in writing precludes appeal by that person to the Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA). Failure to provide statements or evidence sufficient to afford the decision maker an opportunity to respond to the issue precludes appeal to LUBA based on that issue. Interested persons may obtain a Staff Report on the application within seven days of the date of the hearing. Interested persons may review the application at City Hall during normal business hours. Please contact City of La Pine Planning Director, Bill Adams, at 541-788-2370 if you have any questions.

that Housing First is both a clinically effective and fiscally efficient model of permanent supported housing that can be implemented successfully in all VA homeless programs. In 2010, 177 homeless Veterans entered a demonstration project comparing Housing First programs to treatment-first programs. The Housing First initiative successfully reduced waiting time from 223 to 35 days, housing retention rates were significantly higher among Housing First tenants, and emergency room use declined significantly among the Housing First cohort. Housing First works, because Veterans are more likely to achieve stability and improved quality of life when the risks, uncertainty and trauma associated with homelessness are removed. Vincent Kane, the former Director of the National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans, oversaw various initiatives to promote research and data-driven solutions for Veterans

who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. Through research, evaluation, dissemination science, and model development efforts, Kane and the team at the VA National Center on Homelessness among Veterans supports a comprehensive set of initiatives designed to prevent and end homelessness among Veterans.   These activities include collaborating on a research agenda that assesses the current portfolio of services offered to Veterans experiencing homelessness; developing and validating various practice models and program implementation strategies to prevent homelessness and maximize community engagement; and introducing evidence-based practices to VA. Reprinted from Vantage Point, Dispatches from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Lynn Hatch Goes Bald for Brother By Dan Varcoe, Eagle Reporter

Lynn’s brother, Karl, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in September of this year. As a surprise and to honor his brother, Lynn decided to cut off his long hair and donate it to “Locks of Love”, who will make it into hairpieces for Chemo patients. He made an appointment with La Pine’s newest barber, Matt Richmond and Linda Boughman at Salon 41, across from the Post Office and, as they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”

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PRINEVILLE Christmas in the Pines - Now through 12/25, 6pm - 9pm. Crook County Fairgrounds. Entry fee is non-perishable food, pet food or cash donations appreciated. Live Nativity every Saturday and visits with Santa. Visit Grimes Christmas Scene and Ochoco Valley Railroad. 12/20, Twinkle Light Stroll. Stanley Flynn 541-280-8772.

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YOURhow life ceremony Hear American Cancer Society has impacted  Luminary Celebrate • Announce ourto theme for 2015 and Remember Employment Wanted  Announce our theme for 2015 life American Cancer Society has impacted Central District of the Oregon High SchoolYOUR Equestrian Teams Work Wanted - Christian woman will work for  Hear how (OHSET) 2/20-22/15 in the arena of the Bank of the Cascades room & board. Licensed Oregon Driver. Can Event Center at Deschutes County Fair & Expo, in Redmond. cook and clean. 541-350-5872 Announce our theme for 2015 The Central District is made up of HighSchool teams from Bend, YOUR life Crook, Dufur, Lakeview, Madras, Mountain View, Pendleton, Redmond, Sherman, Sisters, Summit, The Dalles and Trinity startsAnnounce our theme for 2015 Lutheran. Each day of the meet usually at approximately 8:30 a.m. The event is free and vendors will be on site. Come support your local equestrians! Cowboy church is at 7 a.m. on Sunday morning. For more information call Kathy Russell, Central District Media & Vendor Chair, 541-419-8925.

Central District of the Oregon High School Equestrian Teams (OHSET) will have their 1st meet February 20-22, 2015 in the arena of the Bank of the Cascades Event Center at Deschutes County Fair & Expo, in Redmond. The Central District is made up of teams from Bend, Crook, Dufur, Lakeview, Madras, Mountain View, Pendleton, Redmond, Sherman, Sisters, Summit, The Dalles and Trinity Lutheran. Each day of the meet usually starts at approximately 8:30 a.m. Friday’s events are Equitation over Fences, Dressage, Hunt Seat Equitation, Saddle Seat Equitation, In Hand Obstacle Relay, Working Pairs and Drill. Saturday’s events are Western Horsemanship, Working Rancher, Showmanship, Trail, In Hand Trail, Driving, Reining, Breakaway roping, Steer Daubing and Team Penning. Sunday’s events are Bi-Rangle, Canadian team flags, Barrels, Poles, Keyhole, Individual flags and Figure 8. The event is free and vendors will be on site. Come support your local equestrians! Please leave dogs at home. Cowboy church is at 7 a.m. on Sunday morning. For more information call Kathy Russell, Central District Media & Vendor Chair, 541-419-8925.

Sisters Outlaws Together Bingo & Dinner - 1/26/2015 at 5:00 pm – 8:00

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Simone is a quiet, approximately 5 year old, kitty brought to the shelter as a stray and now ready for a new family. PAMPERED POOCH PACKAGE She is a little shy at first but will be in your lap asking for more and more attention in no time. If Simone could Oatmeal shampoo, conditioner New! be the purr-fect new addition to your family, come to the and tooth brushing! Great to shelter to get to know her today! soothe skin that may be irritated from the dry weather, dirt, lake water, and help return the coat to a silky shine and freshen breath.

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The Foodie Column

By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter

Square Loaves of Love! Happy New Year! The Ball has dropped on another year and what a year 2014 turned out to be. Personal highlights include the birth of our newest family member, my Grandson Rhys, and the news that we will have another baby joining the family in August when my nephew and his wife will have their first. I have had an up and down end of the year with health concerns and thanks to support from friends and family I am weathering that little tornado. I completed a few personal projects, had some engaging work with several local organizations and speaking in general, accomplished some good things while I enjoyed being part of a booming year of changes in our community! How do you follow a busy year with good food advice? Since it is time for resolutions and reflection as I begin 2015, I will throw out a couple of ideas for all of you and hope that they sit right on top of your lists of ideas to consider! A FOODIE IS A PERSON WHO IS JUST AS ENAMORED ABOUT THE JOURNEY HE/SHE MAKES TO FIND GOOD FOOD TO EAT AS HAVING GOOD FOOD! When I began to write the column, years ago, I was trying to teach about how we eat with our eyes first, setting an atmosphere for a good meal and providing ways to serve the unexpected on a budget. After ten years, it seems that we are all pretty good at saving money (what with food prices going up and

cautionary tales about how to be safe when we eat) and serving up food that we love to eat and being satisfied with different choices in our everyday menus. For me though, it is about sharing the meals that we serve with family and friends giving weight to the meal and a sense of importance to those we dine with. It is also about dining. The difference between grabbing a plate of food and dining is enormous and it is the one thing that we can do consistently to make a difference in our daily lives. Consider the following: A dinner comprised of a protein, a carb and vegetables is a complete meal. If you are a salad eater, just switching up the variety of things you serve on a particular salad can make the meal special. (My dad loved salad. It was iceberg lettuce with blue cheese dressing on it. And it went on the plate with a baked potato and sour cream and some kind of burnt flesh- especially offerings of the bovine variety- the man was in hog heaven.) Using the different lettuces and a few unusual chopped veggies or fruits on a salad and serving that with a good homemade dressingor blue cheese- will make the entire meal exciting- and it is easy to do! What if you just change up the protein? Beef, pork, chicken, fish, lentils, eggs, cottage cheese, Spam, or a pasta variation would be precisely the ticket to greatness as far as the family is concerned- especially if they don’t expect what they get!.

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By Celeste Davis Certified Health Coach Today I taught at a “Living Well” party at “I want to ride my horse again”...get the idea? a home here in LaPine. We had fun learning So how about you...what is your “Big a few new health recipes, trying getting Why”? Often we call this your “Trump some movement in and sharing a healthy Card”; it’s the thing that “takes all” when meal. The most important part of the party, you are tempted to do something or eat other than the camaraderie around healthy something you know is not good for you eating and living was getting sharing our OR when you are tempted to NOT do “Big Why”...the core reason for wanting to something you know IS good for you, like develop a healthier lifestyle. get some movement in, drink water or eat The answers were varied...I want to have your veggies. more energy, avoid the chronic disease and Take that “Big Why” or “Trump Card” cancer in my family, lose weight, stop taking and post it around the house, at the office, drugs that are damaging my body, go hiking, make it the background on your computer ride my horse, feel good, but they all had the and your phone. Look at it daily, remind same theme... to enjoy my life and be active. yourself of it and USE IT when you are I’ve found this principle, of getting to tempted to not take care of yourself. your core idea, your “Big Why” to be the Are you interested in creating a healthy single most important aspect to sustaining lifestyle this year? Our book Wonderfully a healthy lifestyle. It’s not “I want to lose Well is a healthy living primer with our weight” but rather “I want to lose weight story, plans we follow, menus and 150 pages because I want to be more confident about of delicious healthy recipes. If you want myself ”. It’s not “I want to be pain free” but to watch it done right we’ve released our

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Real E state Happy New Year from Gould & Associates Realty! Elle Gilles , Broker 503-250-2323, Vicky Jackson, Principal Broker 541-771-2914 ED Benjamin, Broker 541-771-2152 Jo Ann Gould, Principal Broker 541-480-3115

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The New Senior As the clock strikes midnight on the close of another year, the Newberry Eagle is turning another corner on keeping columns and special stories in the news for yet another year. Sandra Jones, Dan Varcoe, John Huddle, volunteer writers and Teri Myers have been working in one capacity or another since the beginning of the paper. Christy Otteni started the paper to give the community a way to tell its own story. Kim Feer moved to Oregon from the East Coast and she brought her brand of news top the forefront during the City referendums and then Sandra Jones from Eagle Lady Media bought the paper from Kim Feer and began her changes to the way we get news in La Pine. For the less than fifteen years the Newberry Eagle has been published, there has always been news worthy of publication Once a month changed to two times a month and then to the Newberry Eagle Highway Magazine and the local La Pine Newberry Eagle just over a year ago. Now the staff is charged with representing T O A H I G H E R S TA N D A R D the readership in BaU I L T large area between Sisters, Bend, Sunriver, Oak Ridge and our own town here in La Pine. We have a number of contributing writers who represent their own factions and the staff writers who pick

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up the main news stories and columns for your enjoyment. For about seven years, Teri Myers has been writing a three part Christmas Story that starts with the Thanksgiving issue and goes through the Christmas issue. There have been special stories about local heroes, sports events, ROTC events, City happenings, and the special events that make La Pine unique in the area. A reader can always count on the fact that there will be updates on the big organizations and agencies, calendars of activities, interviews and great coverage for the events that make La Pine la Pine! (Frontier Days, the La Pine Rodeo, the Trunk or Treat event. The Eagle has made a point of keeping up with business and has given space for Chamber of Commerce happenings so that the community knows what local businesses are doing to “Grow” out little town. During the past two years the Chamber has been making their offices and visitor’s center a place that is open to all and ready to let visitor know how great La Pine is! As a New Senior, (Opposite an Old Senior) people in our age group (55 and older and busy volunteering at the almost 100 different charities and organizations/churches in the area to help our neighbors. Kudos to the New Seniors B U I LT T O A H I G H E R S TA N D A R D who are out there making a difference and to the Old Seniors who are here to guide us in our efforts. Ask about the CONSERVE CASH Let the paper know what MIDSTATE REBATE SAVE ENERGY you are thinking for 2015. HELP THE ENVIRONMENT There is always a place for energetic people to write and Financing Available discuss the local issues in the O.A.C. Eagle. Let us know online at www.airtechvac.com newberryeagle.com and we will contact you about potential www.airtechvac.com stories. Happy New year and see you in a couple of weeks. B U I LT T O A H I G H E R S TA N D A R D

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16110 Alpine Dr - $109,900 1120 SF Home, 2 Car Garage, Ac Gary Tingey, Principal Broker 541-729-9628

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Deschutes County 4- Wheelers News & Updates

Volume 2, Issue 19 • January 2015

Jean Hamilton Retires

By Dan Varcoe, Eagle Reporter

Realtor, Jean Hamiltion retires after practicing real estate in the greater La Pine area for over 23 years. She was associated with Carol Bartles, APEX Realty for the past 20 years. Young looking Jean turned 92 years old this year (but you wouldn’t know it if she didn’t tell you.

Deschutes County 4 Wheelers (DC4W) UPDATE - January 2015 Submitted by Mona Drake Photography by Mona Drake

Pictures of July’s Edison Trail Run in the warm spring sunshine and wet snow promise of winter’s end and longer days to play.

UPCOMING EVENTS IN LA PINE COMMUNITY EDUCATION What is Transitions? Learn how Transitions help those with serious illness. Walker Rim was the New Year’s destination for DC4W’s annual Hangover Run held the 1st day of each year. The rock cabin reminding all who visit what luxury we enjoy in this 21st Century.

Region 6 of the Pacific Northwest 4 Wheel Drive Association meet on the top of the dunes to watch the rain clouds pass by: the rainbow just another promise of more fun ahead.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015, 11:15 to 11:45 am La Pine Senior Center, 16450 Victory Way, La Pine Laurie Slye, RN and Polly Evans, CNA Partners In Care Transitions Coordinators, Laurie Slye, RN and Polly Evans, CNA A no-cost, community event to help individuals better understand Palliative, Home Health, and Hospice Care and how and when our Transitions Program dovetails the services.

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The rustic remains of a homesteaders dream lay amongst the Juniper forest east of Bend. How really easy do we have it as just a few generations ago this man had worked with hand tools and brawn to erect a strong home for his family? Complete with running water piped from the adjacent hill.

Deschutes County 4 Wheelers next meeting: Sunday, January 11, 2015 5:00pm - 7:00pm Round Table Pizza 1552 Northeast 3rd St, Bend, Oregon 97701 Deschutes County 4 Wheeler’s meet (generally) the second Sunday of each month at 5:00 pm (this month at Round Table Pizza Traction in an open play area afford in Bend) for a; get to know who you are waving the spin of tires and the sought after at meeting. ‘rooster tail’! All like-minded wheelers are welcome to wonder at the innovation of an early settler. attend this gathering. There are power lines and desert or forest trails 6:00 pm the business of dc4w will be full of snow to run. There are many destinations shared. You are welcome to attend and for an adventurous crew and a few 4 wheeled participate. We will plan our next runs and look at drive vehicles with OHV permits in Central 2015’s commitments also. This meeting usually Oregon. DC4W hopes we see you out there lasts an hour; agencies and land matters will be utilizing our public lands with gusto and care. discussed. www.deschutescounty4wheelers. com or facebook DC4W Bend OR Winter’s dark cold long hours bring The Jeep Wave: offered to newbie summer memories back with vengeance as we and old timer alike. We are inclined dream of the July run to Kwolh Shelter in the to branch out and wave a Suzuki or warm sunshine and the wet late spring snow. Toyota too! Christmas Valley Dunes take up many dreary hours of nostalgic bliss as we remember the warm sand in our shoes as we met at the tops of sand piles and laughed in the wind at our May work party. Ah but reality is we live in beautiful Central Oregon and seasons do not dictate limitations! There is the cabin at the top of Walker Rim to try to reach through 7000 feet of altitude and snow. There is the sad remains of the Smith Homestead out east of Bend to explore and

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