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January 2015 Mid Month Issue



The Local Newspaper of Newberry Country

Serving South Deschutes, North Lake, & North Klamath Counties

Oregon Legislature-Marijuana

Joint Committee Ready to Make Rules for Oregon Marijuana OREGON By Steven Dubois, Associated Press PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) — Oregon voters have spoken on marijuana legalization and now it’s time for legislators to have their say. Though the legislative session starts in February, lawmakers submitted more than a dozen bills this week dealing with marijuana. Many more are anticipated in the coming weeks as the state tries to design a retail market and regulatory system that avoids problems seen in Washington and Colorado, the first states to allow recreational pot use. Under Measure 91, Oregonians starting in July can possess up to eight ounces of marijuana at home. Retail sales start sometime in 2016 and will be regulated by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. In Washington, where retailers began selling the drug in July, high tax rates and an initial supply shortage sent prices to more than three times what people pay on the black market. In Colorado, there have been several cases

of people overdosing on high-concentration edibles that look the same as candy and cookies. The Oregon Legislature has established a joint committee on marijuana (yes, they’ve heard the jokes) to help put Measure 91 into practice. Hot topics figure to include zoning rules for retailers, whether to allow local taxes on top of state taxes and how to keep pot candy away from kids. “It’s a big job because there are so many elements to it,” said state Sen. Ginny Burdick, D-Portland, committee co-chair. “There’s the regulation, the taxation, the issue of doing of everything we can to shut down the illegal market; then there’s medical marijuana. All these issues are converging and we’ll just have to deal with all of them.” The tax issue might be the thorniest and could end up in the court system. The measure approved by voters in November gives the state sole authority to tax marijuana, charging

Family Lost Home to Fire 2nd Time in Three Years Submitted by La Pine Fire Rural District La Pine Rural Fire Protection District responded to 15800 Burgess Road for a structure fire at 11:36 pm on January 12, 2015.  Two engines, one tender, an ambulance, and four command and support vehicles with 15 firefighters arrived along with Deschutes County Sheriffs Deputies, and members of the District’s Support Services, to find a double-wide manufactured home with the entire attic on fire and extending into the living space.  Fire crews had to contend with a ½ mile unimproved access “road” and very lightweight construction and a fiber board paneling interior finish. Firefighters were able to bring the fire under control within about 20 minutes

and then spent 3 hours with salvage and overhaul. The entire structure sustained heavy fire and smoke damage throughout.  The occupants and owner Tina Blake and three children had evacuated the building after smelling smoke noticing that the ceiling near the wood-stove pipe was on fire. Shortly thereafter the smoke and CO alarms in the residence started sounding.  The family attempted to extinguish the fire with a fire extinguisher without success, called 911, and evacuated.  No fire injuries occurred to occupants or firefighters but a pet rabbit and dog were lost in the fire.  An ambulance from Sunriver responded to the scene to evaluate the home owner for a medical condition.  She was treated and released

Commissioner DeBone Lines Up a Series of Local Talks Starting in January: 5 for 5! By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter Commissioner Tony DeBone approached the La Pine Chamber at a recent board meeting telling about how the Bend City Club and other organizations hold regular talks one time a month. After a discussion that explained that DeBone feels that there are lots of people in the La Pine area who would like

to get a chance to listen to experts and have access to current, poignant info that directly relates to La Pine. He suggested that the Chamber help him formulate a plan. On the following Tuesday he formed a committee (Woody Jarrell, Mary Thorson, Gary Gordon, Linda Stephenson, See DeBone Talks page 2

growers at a rate of $35 per ounce of bud, $10 an ounce of leaves and $5 for each immature plant. Many cities, however, preemptively approved sales taxes on pot — either to make money or discourage retailers from doing business there. Because the measure is not a constitutional amendment, the Legislature has the power to make changes and OK local taxes. But if those taxes boost prices too much, Oregon risks losing sales to street dealers and a commercial advantage over neighboring Washington state. “I don’t think anybody thinks that we want to follow See Marijuana page 3


at the scene. Nearby family members assisted the family. Preliminary determination of the fire origin appears to be the chimney ceiling interface area. The manufactured home had just been placed on the property to replace a home destroyed by fire in April 2012. It is presently unknown the extent of insurance coverage the family had available. American Red Cross was requested to provide immediate support for the family.

Shopping • Events • Dinings REAL ESTATE Special Sections: La Pine Chamber ! Member Listing N ew Church Directory Veteran’s Section Columns: Food - baking cookies New Senior Wellness Workshop So. County School Update Deschutes County 4 Wheelers

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LPRD is in the Black and Exploring the Idea of a Levy By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter After four years as a tax based District, La Pine Park and Recreation District is looking at its accomplishments and testing the waters to see if they can garner support for a levy that would stabilize the district projects and programs and allow them to look at expanding services for the future of the district. Over the past few years, the board has directed the renovation of the LPRD Community Center with final plans for the update of a certified kitchen to be done during the next few months. With updated heating systems and installation of windows, lighting changes and walls that are finished, the LPCC has morphed into an active building that is scheduled for daily classes and meetings of all sorts. At the same time, the changes to Rosland Campground means that we have a way to enter the Little Deschutes River at the new soft landing, spend a Family reunion in the new picnic shelter, camp overnight or use the new vault toilets. The roads and the amphitheater have also been updated. The Sunriver Resort worked with LPRD and South County Little League to install irrigation for the Finley Butte Ball fields and two of the three have been replanted for play and the third is in the queue. LPRD had some problems with the high costs of heating the Finley Butte Building and it is temporarily closed while they look at what they need to do to bring the building up to code again. The District would like to get the fields ready for tournament play and it will take some planning about how to support them with watering and renovations for the entire Ball Park complex. There are plans for a soft landing to go in at Leona Park, too, so that residents could take an afternoon float and get out at Rosland. The big news is that after a few months of recovering from a budget

shortfall, General Manager, Karen Miller and her staffs have successfully turned the problem into a win-win that will balance the budget and allow current programs to continue as planned. And those programs are growing daily! The Sports programs have been an important part of LPRD offerings for years and now with the football camps with ties to the local schools there have been substantial changes in the learning curve of participants in the program. Soccer comes on soon and sign-ups are taking place soon. Volunteers are donating time and there will be a dinner to celebrate them in April along with a special evening of auction and Dancing to the Armadillos. Adult Education classes are adding new programs and the GED classes will start in La Pine in Mid-February. Pickleball courts are full of fun loving participants almost daily with plans for Saturday play. The best thing that the LPRD offers residents in La Pine is the well planned Community School program called the HUB. Currently the program serves middle and high school students with tutoring and enrichment activities. It has just opened a program for a limited number of elementary students and with the pre-registration of at least 50 families; it will be a full time after school program that moves from the HUB to the elementary school in March. In four short years, the LPRD has built itself from the bottom up and now is looking to sustain what it has achieved and make plans to expand services to provide programs and activities for even more local residents. To become part of the exploratory committee to look at a possible five year levy contact Karen Miller at La Pine Park and Rec 541-536-2223

DeBone Talks Mark and Leslie O’Connell and Teri Myers. Vicki Russell was at the first meeting.) to develop a series of five seminars covering five topics in five months. 5 for 5 is alive and ready to kick off on January the 22nd (4th Thursday of each month at the La Pine Grange on Morson Street.) When the committee met they discussed the possible topics that need to be discussed: 1. Public Safety 2. The Economy 3. Education 4. Health and Human Services 5. Natural Resources, Environment infrastructure (roads, sewer, water) These discussions/Topics will be scheduled for the next five months on the 4th Thursday of the month in La Pine. These topics are based on the Community Vitality concepts of the Ford Family Foundation. “The series is to bring people together to practice discussing the big topics of the day,” DeBone explained. “It is all about civic engagement and getting common facts around our local issues. We should

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Deschutes County 4- Wheelers

News & Updates

January Updates by Mona Drake Cleaning Swartz Canyon

January 10, 2015 many four wheel drive enthusiasts gathered at the spot off George Millican Road dubbed Swartz. Buggies know the term and hold it in high regard as a premier place to spend a week end challenging rocks the size of elephants. Old rocks that don’t move are great for 4 wheeling but there are some who for some reason love to dump their household trash onto it. There are a growing number of volunteer 4 wheelers who are devoted to keeping Swartz Canyon family friendly and free from trash. ATV grant monies collected by the

state through ATV permits and gas taxes are dispersed to state and federal agencies who offer OHV opportunities often times these grants must be spent on repair and maintaining shot up or trashed OHV areas. These volunteers do the on the ground trash gathering and disposal for the Bureau of Land Management. Therefore their hours save costs for the agency and also wrack up some volunteer credit for the OHV programs. Thank you G-fab from Bend Oregon and Combined Off Highway Vehicle Operations Trail Build for putting this clean up together.

Local 4 wheelers stepped up to accomplish the monumental task of cleaning Swartz Canyon in Central Oregon. Graeme Tydeman, Calvin Andrus, Shawn Wiley and their friends did an exceptional job getting rid of graffiti painted on the rock wall. They brought their own equipment and tools for the day’s work.

Peter Winberg came from Eugene with his heavy duty trailer to haul the trash to the county refuse area. Peter is new in the PNW but he has been great help on many work parties. Continued from front page

be inviting our friends and neighbors to be part of these discussions. It is my hope that our opportunity to develop this kind of interaction will be good for Newberry Country!” When asked to define Newberry country DeBone said that these discussions are for South Deschutes and North Klamath counties and everyone is included in working on these issues. Like the Portland City Club and the Bend City Club, these are not free to the public and they are limited seating with a lunch included. The cost of each monthly talk will be $20.00 and costs cover the rental of the building, marketing for the program and a catered lunch. Venues are being explored and the grange will begin to host the event at the January discussion. A pamphlet will be available with the schedule of panel speakers and topics to be discussed. You can call the Chamber of Commerce for information about these 5 for 5: Tony’s Topics by calling the Chamber after January 5th for more information. (For reservations 541-536-9771).

Combing the area 80 wheelers met and conquered the trash from the canyon area and the dispersed camping areas.

Local families came out like this dad teaching his sons the art of stewardship of public lands. SWAG and sons volunteers to pick up the spent shells of many target shooters in the camping area.

This January’s clean-up netted much including a sofa, love seat, and rocker. DC4W member in the yellow jeep Sunshine used her winch and with the help of many in the bottom of the canyon and at the winch cleared the area of the unsightly furniture.

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Grant Application Process Opens for Spay & Neuter Organizations

OAKRIDGE - St.Vincent de Paul Supportive Services for Veterans Family

Submitted by Deschutes County

James Coburn, Outreach Specialist Office Hours: 10:00- 3:00 Room 203 Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.

Deschutes County is currently soliciting applications for grants to local non-profit organizations which promote and/or provide spay and neuter services. A total of $12,500 is available for multiple grant awards. Applications must be received in the Deschutes County Department of Administrative Services by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 30. The County’s Dog License and Pet ID Applications provide an opportunity for residents to make a voluntary donation to support spay and neuter services. These donations, which are periodically supplemented by additional funds authorized by the Board of County Commissioners, are offered to local non-profit organizations which provide spay and neuter services in Deschutes County for pets whose owners are unable to access or afford the procedure. Grant funds may also be used for educational or promotional programs focused on encouraging or expanding spay and neuter procedures in Deschutes County. To be eligible for the program, applicants must be designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, located in Deschutes County, and able to certify that grant proceeds will be used to support services benefitting Deschutes County residents. Applications will be evaluated based on several criteria, including organizational stability, connection to grant funding objectives, and ability to leverage the grant funds to access other financial support. The deadline to submit an application is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 30, and grants are expected to be awarded by the end of February. Completed applications must be received in the Deschutes County Department of Administrative Services by the stated deadline. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Completed applications may be sent electronically to

FREE Retailer Breakfast and Training ID Checking/Liquor Law Class Information on Tobacco Products Presented by: Oregon Liquor Control Commission Think Again Parents (TAPS) Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office DATE: FEBRUARY 10TH, 2015 COST: FREE TIME: 8:00am till 9:30am LOCATION: La Pine High School Library, 51633 Coach Rd.

Intended audience: convenience store clerks, grocery store clerks, alcohol servers, bartenders, OLCC licensees, anyone who serves/mixes/or sells alcohol & tobacco- nicotine products (i.e. e-cigarettes, vapor-pens etc.). • Learn how to prevent sales to underage customers. • Learn how to check ID for alcohol and tobacco sales. • Learn how to spot fake ID’s. • Learn how to spot people using other’s IDs.

Call: 541-246-4914 to schedule an appointment ( walk in welcome) The SSVF program is designed to help Veterans stay/get off the streets and to end/ prevent homelessness in Lane County.

Housing First Article CORRECTION The Housing First: Veteran centered care helping to end Veteran homelessness article in the January 1st , 2015 edition failed to credit the article. The article was written by Vincent Kane. Mr. Kane, as 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.

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Marijuana Continued from front page Washington’s course and have taxation so high that the black market becomes more attractive,” Burdick said. Another way Oregon wants to differentiate itself from Washington is adequate supply. Oregon growers already provide pot to medical marijuana dispensaries. House Bill 2676, sponsored by state Rep. Peter Buckley, D-Ashland, directs the OLCC to register existing production sites, easing the way for that supply to enter the retail market for recreational use. The bill also provides for marijuana testing through the existing laboratory accreditation program. On edibles, a battle might emerge over potency and whether to sell them at all. And, if sold, how to keep them away from children. “We don’t want to fall victim to the ‘Joe Camel’ kind of syndrome in terms of advertising and marketing,” said Geoff Sugerman, a lobbyist for the marijuana industry. “But at the same time there is a value, especially on the medical side, to edible products and I don’t think we should just throw them out altogether.” Several early bills focus on the safety of children, including: — Senate Bill 145: Requires medical marijuana facilities and marijuana retailers to post warnings about the effects of pot on pregnant women. — Senate Bill 162: Prohibits marijuana grow sites and licensed producers, processors and sellers from being located within 1,000 feet of a school. Another, House Bill 2014, prevents pot sellers from being located within a mile of a school. — House Bill 2781: Forbids daycare providers from receiving state funds if they have medical marijuana cards. State Sen. Doug Whitsett, R-Klamath Falls, sponsored the Senate school zone bill. He said kids already have easy access to marijuana, and he doesn’t want it to get even easier. When asked for his other concerns with legalized pot, he joked: “Do you have two days?” Follow Steven DuBois at

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Sweetheart Dinner and Dance, Friday February 13th Music by the Armadillos!

Dinner includes Chicken Piccata, Rice Pilaf, Grilled Fresh Vegatable, Dinner Rolls and Red Velvet Parfait for Dessert. There will be a no host wine and beer bar. Location: La Pine Sr. Activity Ctr, 16450 Victory Way (541) 536-6237 Dinner and dance $15, dance only $7 at the door. dillos – a m r A Dinner tickets available at the center. e Th esome w a h Pre purchase is recomended, t i band w t a nce to! e r a the center will only seat 70 for dinner. g d A o t n ns! Fu in Chief Dinner begins at 5pm dance starts at 6:30. musicia s, Editor – Sandy


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Bacon, Mac & Cheese at Casetta di Pasta is the best I have ever tasted! Recipe by Dave Harms... a great chef. He makes the best soup, too! Stop in for some friendly hospitality, and have fun! – Sandy Jones, Editor in Chief

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Blue Duck Grill Corner Store Casetta di Pasta a division of Concept Retail, Inc. Cinco De Mayo 15989 Burgess Rd. La Pine OR 97739 Mexican Restaurant 541-536-0700 541-536-3695 fax Corner Store East Lake Resort Figaro’s Pizza Gordy’s Truck Stop Restaurant Harvest Depot Hunan Chinese Restaurant La Pine Dairy Queen La Pine Inn Restaurant & Lounge Los Tres Caballos (See ad left) Lucky Fortune Chinese McDonalds Our Place Restaurant Paulina Lake Lodge Ponderosa Pizza e best h t e r Red Rooster Coffee House a e Thes Meatballs! Subway awaiian iian Family Place H Sugar Pine Cafe awa hief at the H es, Editor in C Jon T&S ExpressO Awakening – Sandy Taco Bell The Hawaiian Family Place, 51636 Huntington Rd., M-F 11am-6pm Twin Lakes Resort (closed for Winter season) Vic’s Bar and Grill Wickiup Junction Discount Grocery Store, Deli & Gas Station Wickiup Station Sports Pub

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Women’s Self Defense Clinic 01/25 1 - 2:30 PM - Offered at The Fit Zone La Pine, OR 541-4197274 (SEE AD THIS PAGE) 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. OSU-Cascades’ free lunchtime lecture series—It’s in The Bag—showcases the range of research and scholarship underway by our faculty. The series invites you to bring a brown bag lunch and get an in-depth look at faculty research projects and understand how they relate to your world. Lectures take place throughout the academic year. Central Oregon - Bend, Redmond, La Pine, Sisters, Prineville

Adventures and Attractions 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

Feel Beautiful and like a Princess!

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

Recreation ATV Adventures Boating Camping - Backpacking Cave Exploring Cycling Fishing Golfing


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Hiking Hunting Kayaking Mountain Biking Off Road 4 Wheeling Paddle Boarding River Rafting

Skiing Snowmobiling Snowboarding Snow Sledding Swimming Wind Surfing

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Integrity Auto Services – “The Shop that Comes to You” Why use Integrity Auto Services? State of the Art, High Tech Diagnostic Equipment Programing Capability for New Car Systems Saves time and Money – No waiting in line at shop Fixed right the first time Jeremy Johnson – Owner ASE Master Certified Technician 2 Years and 24,000 miles Guarantee • • ASE Advanced Certified Technician Exclusive IAS Maintenance Plan • GM World Class Certified Technician • 20 Years of Experience and Training

“No one is allowed to touch my Corvette, except Jeremy. I trust him with all our vehicles. When it comes to finding a problem he doesn’t “guestimate.” He accurately diagnosis and fixes it without buying and trying extra parts.” – Linda Stephenson, L&S Gardens, La Pine (Additional references available upon request)

“I focus on one job at a time and do not allow interruptions. You always get my full attention.”

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CHURCH SECTION Christmas Valley

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


Christmas Valley Community Church Pastor: Dustin Peterson Phone: (541) 576-2757

Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church Phone: (541) 433-2519

La Pine

Faith Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Pastor: Peter Pagel, Phone: (541) 536-1198

Calvary Chapel of La Pine 16430 3rd St. La Pine Cascade Bible Church Pastor: Jack Ebner Phone: (541) 536-9310 Church of Christ Hwy 97 across from 76 Station

North Lake Independent Christian Center Pastor: T.A. Scevers, Jr. Phone: (541) 576-3777 Seventh Day Adventist Pastor: Brent Brusett Phone: (541) 576-2599

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


First Baptist Church Pastor: Lyman Flenner Phone: (541) 433-9342

CrossWalk Ministries Pastor: Marshall Wolcott Phone: (541) 536-7524 Faith Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Pastor: Peter Pagel Phone: (541) 536-1198

Ponderosa Christian Fellowship Pastor: Gordon DeArmond Phone: (541) 433-2495

Fort Rock

Holy Family Catholic Church Phone: (541) 576-2291

Grace Fellowship Church of The Nazarene Pastor: Richard Lighthill Phone: (541) 536-2878

Chemult Bible Fellowship By Pastor Merwin Rhoades

New Church Sign

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Pastor: Father Theo Nnabugo Phone: (541) 536-3571 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

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


La Pine Christian Center Pastor: Norman R Soyster Phone: (541) 536-1593

Community Bible Church at Sunriver Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel, Phone: (541) 593-8341

Living Water of La Pine – NW Conservative Baptist Affiliation Pastor: Dr. James Hofman Phone: (541) 536-1215

Holy Trinity Catholic Church Pastor: Father Theo Nnabugo Phone: (541) 593-5990

La Pine Pentecostal Church of God Pastor: Phone: (541) 536-2940

Sunriver Christian Fellowship Pastor: Nancy Green Phone: (541) 593-1183

Seventh-Day Adventist Church Elder: Barbara Tucker Phone: (541) 536-2773

100% of you donations will help local families manage day-to-day living expenses while receiving cancer treatment, including fuel, travel and food costs. 25% of those diganosed with cancer lose their life savings trying to survive it.

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.

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Newberry Habitat Skill Building Classes Begin at La Pine High School on January 20th

Be Part of Building Homes for Habitat. Classes start January 20th at the High School! molding/trim. The classes also cover wallboard, patching and wall prep for painting. Basic electric, insulation, use of fasteners, basic repairs and even more DIY project applications: • Safety and use of tools, fasteners • Lumber and wood, measuring, cutting and assembling • Plumbing, Installing a sink, Basic electric • Insulation • Painting and preparation • Trim and Finishing

South County School Update By Karen Kromer-Foster Bend-La Pine Schools Boundary Review Committee will host three upcoming public January 19 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day – No School information sessions during which time January 28 & 29 – La Pine Middle School community members will be able to comment Conferences on the committee’s proposed changes to January 29 – La Pine High School Conferences school attendance areas. The 30-member January 30 – No School for ALL South County committee has been working for several Schools (end of semester) months on the proposed boundary shifts, January 31- Winter Formal – La Pine High School which reflect comments from the public. 7pm – 10 pm The information sessions will take place at the following times and locations: La Pine Middle School • Tuesday, Jan. 20, 5 to 6:30 p.m. at La Pine Middle School will be having Mountain View High School in the commons their second parent teacher conferences on • Wednesday, Jan. 21, 5 to 6:30 p.m. at January 28th and 19th from 3:15 pm to 7:15 Bear Creek Elementary School in the gym pm. There is no school on January 30th. • Thursday, Jan. 22, 5 to 6:30 p.m. at High Lakes Elementary School in the gym La Pine High School A Spanish language translator will be on La Pine High School will have Parent hand at all three events. Conferences on January 29th fro 3:15pm The proposed maps (one for the – 7:15 pm. Please stop by and have a elementary level, one for the middle school conversation with your student’s teachers. La Pine High School Sports Schedules level and one for the high school level) will be available by Jan. 20 on the district’s website can be found at this website and will be on hand See Schools page 10

Important Dates

“COCC can make it possible for you to achieve your goals and start the career of your dreams.” - KIMBERLY DALLAS


The goal for the classes is to get potential volunteers and experienced construction workers to feel comfortable getting projects done as a team. Habitat relies heavily on the crews of workers that are involved each year on the home builds and with a chance to familiarize them before the building season begins the class participants will be prepared to go to work! If you are interested in learning how to do the basic kinds of Do it Yourself (DIY) projects at your own home and have not taken on a project because you have not got experience, these classes are for you. You will be able to learn enough to follow instructions that come with a faucet or installation of a new window, you will have a chance to learn how to fix a hole in your wall or put up wall board, check a bad electrical circuit, measure and replace a piece of trim around the window or door, and start a painting project that includes prep and painting walls and trim. The Habitat Volunteer Coordinator is how you sign up. Call Dan Varcoe at 541-7719177 to sign up today. Do you have to attend all of the classes? No. But you are invited! The classes are free and we want to encourage you and your friends to come in. 6:007:30 PM Tuesdays starting January 20, call for scheduled dates (six weeks-six subjects). For more info about the affiliate check the website: or For information about shopping, donating and volunteering to help build La Pine one home at a time!


By T. Myers Eagle Reporter Every year, as we approach the building season, Newberry Habitat for Humanity will be featuring a series of Skills building classes for new DIY-ers and seasoned pros to get ready for working as volunteers at the Newberry Habitat Home sites for the coming year. The classes are held every Tuesday evening at the La Pine High School woodshop (north end of the buildings) and they are designed to teach how to work with tools and power tools, safety, plumbing and installation of fixtures, basic building techniques that go from measuring and cutting lumber to using it to build from the foundation up and more! Over the six week course, Steve Krebs, (Exact Construction and General Contractor for Newberry Habitat) leads the volunteers through their paces showing them how to use the woodshop to build and cut and assemble small projects like frames and

KIMBERLY DALLAS CERTIFICATE IN DENTAL ASSISTING My experience in the Dental Assisting program was amazing. My instructors were always there for support every step of the way. My fellow classmates were also amazing. Spending almost a year together, we all felt the stress, pressure and success together. The support system was great!

I love my job and I learn something new every day. My advisor and instructor were by my side every step of the way. From the day I graduated they informed me about different job openings around Central Oregon. They were really dedicated and cared about us and our success.




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AUTO/HOME SUPPLIES REPAIR & CONSTRUCTION AAA Home Inspection A & P Pump Service A & W RV Service Air Tech HVAC Cascade Natural Gas Corp Cascade Sotheby’s Intl. Realty Dennis Haniford’s Cascade Realty Exact Construction Floors-N-More Gary Roberson Construction High Lakes Realty & Property Mgt Jane Gillette, Broker Linda Johnston, Broker iBarn Plumbing Integrity Auto Services Jake Russell Excavation L & M Painting L & S Gardens La Pine Auto Supply La Pine Building Supply Ace Hardware La Pine Property Management Landles Maintenance & Repair Les Schwab Tire Center Little River Design/Landscape & Irrigation Little River Nursery Metal Clad Buildings of Oregon Midstate Electric Coop Mike’s Tire & Auto Center Northwest Quality Roofing Palmer’s Pump Service Patrick’s Woodworking Peak Performance Equipment Perry Walters Construction Precision Body & Paint of Bend Pro Tree Care Property Assurance Russell Industries S & R Storage S & S Auto Parts S & S Landscaping Shields Septic Tank Service Stan Russell Construction TNT Carpet Cleaning Tall Timber Log Homes Vic Russell Construction Sunwest Redi-Mix TC1 Well & Water Specialists Thomas Building & Design 3 Rivers Mosquito & Vector Control Tim’s Traveling Sawmill TOPLOC Asphalt Maintenance Wilderness Garbage & Recycling

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Contact the Chamber for Information on becoming A member and a part of This great group of folks! TECHNOLOGY/BUSINESS MARKETING & CONSULTING All Ways Signs Bend Awards & Engraving Bryant, Lovlien & Jarvis Cascade Office Supply Century Link Crestview Cable Communications DT Satellites Dennett Consulting Group Dream Travel Frontier Advertiser High Desert Protection & Security Jaybird Ink KITC FM Radio La Pine Business Center La Pine Law La Pine Signs Little d Technology Marketing Solutions NW Mount Mazama Spring Water Newberry Eagle Press Pros Printing Rozberry Direct Wise Buys Ads & More Yellowknife Wireless Company

FOR COMPLETE CONTACT INFO GO TO THE DIRECTORY ON THE CHAMBER WEBSITE WWW.LAPINE.ORG HEALTH/WELLNESS/ FAMILY /PERSONAL & PET CARE Advantage Dental Clinics AirLink Critical Care Transport American Cancer Society Autumn Funerals Baird Memorial Chapel Bonnie Davee Spa Services Brian G. Kallus, DMD Anytime Fitness Bronze Beach Beauty & Tanning Salon Can Cancer Cascade Lakes Adult Foster Home Cindy’s Haircuts & Nature’s Gifts DoTerra Essential Oils Drug Mart Pharmacy Green Knottz Compassion Center Heart N Home Hospice High Lakes Feed La Pine Animal Hospital La Pine Chiropractic La Pine Community Health Center La Pine Dental Center La Pine Eyecare Clinic La Pine Feed & Pet Supply La Pine Laundromat La Pine Pet Bed & Bath La Pine Physical Therapy La Pine Senior Activity Center Life Flight Network Little Deschutes Lodge Mary Kay Beauty Consultant Jana Marable Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home Obsidian Hair Spa Partners in Care Prairie House Assisted Living & Memory Care Paulina Peak Family Healthcare Rebound Physical Therapy St. Charles Foundation Take Shape For Life The Fit Zone The Hair Nook The Wellness Workshop Turbo Pup

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By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! The word is out for the Annual Chamber Banquet set for February 28th at the SHARC facility in Sunriver. It is the premier event for the Chamber of Commerce and a chance to support the fundraising that goes for educational programs, updating the signage and changes to the office. The evening is also the Awards Ceremony for the La Pine Chamber where winners of the most outstanding Business of the Year, Organization Service Award, Community Service Award, Business Person of the Year and of course, the quietly coveted Gil Martinez Community Service Award will be celebrated at the Banquet! This year we are hosting a Mardi gras party and we will have a silent and a live auction event as well as a dance venue for the enjoyment of the members and their guests. The banquet is open to the public, too and we will offer a New Orleans style menu, an open bar and fun for all. Decorations will center on the feeling of the French Quarter and the sponsored tables are in the theme of Mardi gras floats! At this point we are collecting donations for the auction events. Representatives will be contacting businesses and individuals for items that can be displayed for bidding at the event. If you would like to contribute an auction item or basket, please call us to pick it up. Here is the basic information about the event: Date: February 28th, Cost: $35.00 per person, Place: Sharc on Circle 2 in Sunriver, Time: 5:00 PM for social hour, Dinner at 6 PM and Awards Ceremony and Auction followed by dancing. It will be an evening with Mardi gras flavor, dress (feathers, beads, masks and costumes from the parades of the day) and your party attitude is a must! See you there. For ticket info 541-536-9771.

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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

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Learn of consequences of selling alcohol and tobacco to underage persons. • Learn about other laws related to selling/ serving/mixing alcohol. • Learn about other laws related to selling tobacco. • Responsible sale and service of alcohol and tobacco. • Ask OLCC Inspectors/Deschutes County Deputies and TPEP coordinator questions related to the sale of alcohol and tobacco. • This class qualifies you for a possible reduced sentence if you are cited for furnishing alcohol to a minor. Questions? Call OLCC Inspector Larry Brown at 541-633-1105. Unable to attend, but would like to set up a class for your business, call Inspector Larry Brown and set up a time to have a class at your business. OLCC also has available a 27 minute training DVD called “IT’S YOUR JOB”. Please call the Bend OLCC office at 541-388-6292 to request your video. Breakfast provided by TAPS and TPEP

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It’s Happening in Oakridge An American Thriller, Flemming Play Feb. 7, 8, and 9. Sat. and Mon. at 7. Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. $6 general, $4 student. 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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Circle Bar Golf Course Concerts in the Park Fish Hatchery Oakridge Pioneer Museum Pacific Crest Trail Parks & Playgounds Scenic Drives

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OAKRIDGE - St.Vincent de Paul Supportive Services for Veterans Family 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

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS announcing Upcoming Live Theater in Sunriver! Bend

Nature Night: Geology of Central Oregon’s Cascades 1/28/15 7pm – 9:30pm Tower Theatre, 835 Northwest Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701, The volcanoes scattered throughout Central Oregon make up one of the most active and diverse sections of the entire Cascade range. Explore the history of these volcanoes, from explosive eruptions to quiet lava flows. We’ll examine deposits left behind by ancient volcanoes, and consider what future volcanic activity in Central Oregon might look like. 541-330-0017 Starship featuring Mickey Thomas 2/8/15 Tower Theatre, Reserved Seating: $40, $45, $50.Starts at 6pm. Buy tickets online www. and-events/starship_featuring_mickey_ thomas or Sue Jensen at sue@towertheat 541-317-0700. Mardi Gras Party 2/17/15 7pm, Tower Theater. Reserved Seating: $13. Tickets at the box office, 541-317-0700. tickets-and-events/mardi_gras_party

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Holy Redeemer Church Spaghetti Feed - 2/14. Valentine dinner $5.00 per ticket raises money for youth at the church. Lots of fun, Buy tickets now for the big date! 4:30-7:30pm. Pine Top Poultry Swap - 5/23/ 2015 at 9am – 5pm La Pine Community Center Poultry, Rabbits, Farmers Market, Woodcarvers, 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.


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.

EVENTS April 11th, 2015 Cascade Women’s Expo 10am-4pm at the Riverhouse Convention Center Explore an unforgettable day of fashion, entertainment, beauty, education, raffles and fun giveaways at the Cascade Women’s Expo. Booths and Event Sponsorship packages are now available. Purchase your booth for this great event before it’s too late or receive special recognition for your business as a Sponsor. For more information, please contact or call 541-848-8598.

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80s Dance Night with Fun Bobby - 1/31 at 7pm – 10:30 pm. The Belfry, $15 Adults, $10 Students. This is a fundraiser for the 2015 SHS Grad Night Party. Tickets can be purchased at Common Threads or or at the door. For information call Lisa 541-480-6525.



Part-time temporary Adult GED Instructor SEEKING a qualified instructor to provide classroom instruction in Adult Ed and GED preparation in the areas of English, Math, Science, and Social Studies.Bachelor’s Degree required, Excellent written and oral communication skills required. Basic skill level with Microsoft Office and computers required. Course will provide 26 weeks (3 hrs/week) of instruction and is tentatively scheduled to begin the first week of Feb 2015. Compensation $1580.00/course. If interested: Submit resume by Nov 7 to: La Pine Park & Recreation District, Attn: Carol O’Casey, 16405 1st St, La Pine, or mail to P.O. Box 664, La Pine, OR 97739

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The second installation in the series will include the co-billing of The Stray Birds, and returning favorites Cahalen Morrison and Eli West to bring their brand of high-lonesome music to Sisters. To conclude the series, the incomparable Willy Porter will bring his inventive guitar playing, passionate songwriting and entertaining stage-show back to Sisters. This show pushes the new acoustic music frontier forward, and is not to be missed 541-549-4979 www.


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Brain Power - Foods That Help Your Memory

By Celeste Davis, Certified Living Well Coach Brain Fog, memory lapses we jokingly refer to as “senior moments”, age related dementia and Alzheimer’s. All of these are common in America; however, they are not “normal”. God made our bodies Wonderfully Well, it is the food-fuel and thought-fuel we are completely in control of that determine whether our brains thrive or slowly shrivel up and stop working. Drew Ramsey, MD is assistant clinical professor at Columbia University in New York. His work focuses on using food to sharpen brain function and mental health. Dr. Ramsey’s top food choices for good brain function are: Free Range Farm Fresh Eggs - the entire egg; not just the white. Ask yourself this question...why would God so intricately weave the yolk and white together if they were not to both be eaten. The people who told you to only eat the white were working from an old and unhealthy model of a fat free diet. The truth is your body desperately needs good fats from healthy sources. The fat in the egg yolk is necessary for your body to digest the protein in the white! Go figure...and the cholesterol in the yolk is vital for your body to produce all sorts of hormones that help you with stress, sexuality and even brain function. If you ask around you will likely find someone in your neighborhood or region who sells the eggs of chickens that are allowed to roam and eat bugs and grass rather than commercial feed. You’ll be amazed at the difference in taste, texture and appearance of a “real” chicken egg. Raw Local Honey - Your brain needs sugar for fuel...that’s why you crave it. However, it needs food-based sugar... like honey...not refined sugars and high fructose corn syrup. Raw, unpasteurized honey from a local source will contain 181 molecules that are antibacterial, antiinflammatory and antioxidants. Just a few teaspoons of honey a day please. Kale - This veggie used to be considered a winter ornamental plant or a garnish on your plate at a fancy restaurant but it’s actually the second most nutrient dense plant on the planet with just 1 cup yielding 134% of the RDA for Vitamin C, 684% of the RDA for Vitamin K and 206% of the RDA for Vitamin A.

Wow, you it safe to have such a high count of vitamins? The answer is a resounding YES!...IF the vitamins are coming from food...not supplements. Dr. Joseph Mercola, MD, a pioneer in natural health, lists some other foods that will help with brainpower. For Optimal Function Dr. Mercola suggests beneficial fats such as organic grass fed butter, olives and olive oil (used as a salad dressing or a dressing on veggies or pasta after it has been cooked). Dr. Mercola also recommends unrefined extra virgin coconut oil (the bottle will always have a green band), pecans, macadamia nuts, wild Alaskan salmon (not farmed) and avocados. Dr. Mercola also suggests celery, broccoli and cauliflower combined with curry to calm brain inflammation, stimulate brain cell growth, boost memory and diminish age related decline. Yellow curry with turmeric, walnuts and garbanzo beans are also powerful brain food. A Simple Tasty Brain Power Menu Breakfast: Create a scramble with real farm fresh free-range eggs, chopped fresh kale, onion, mushroom and some chopped fresh tomato. Lunch: How about adding some hummus made with chickpeas and some raw veggies such as carrots, celery and bell peppers to your normal lunch routine. Afternoon Snack: A handful of walnuts or some fresh or frozen blueberries. Dinner: Make a stir-fry with unrefined coconut oil (green label), raw kale, celery, broccoli, cauliflower and some onion and garlic. Sautee for about 2 minutes and add a Tablespoon of fresh lemon juice mixed with 1 or more teaspoons of yellow curry, if you want it creamy add a Tablespoon or two of full fat coconut milk (from the can) and allow it all to simmer for a few minutes. Serve with 4 ounces of Wild Alaskan Salmon and brown rice if you need a carbohydrate. To make it super healthy add a salad with fresh greens with some fresh cilantro, basil and parsley, colorful veggies and avocado, top your salad with a dressing of extra virgin coldpressed olive oil and lemon juice. For dessert, try our Coconut Almond Fudge recipe; it contains wild local honey

and coconut oil! You can get the recipe here: coconut-almond-fudge/ See, giving your brain the food it needs to work well isn’t’s actually delicious! Stop by Ray’s Market on Saturday, January 31 from noon to 3 pm. I’ll be making some quick and easy brain foods; you can try them and take home the recipes. Come and have a taste!

I’m here to help you with your wellness goals. Email: thewellnessworkshop@ Phone: 615-975-0186/ Website: References: The Happiness Diet (Rodale), 50 Shades of Kale by Dr. Drew Ramsey, MD Dr. Joseph Mercola, 9 Healthy Foods to Boost Brain Health, www.mercola. com

The Wellness Workshop Healthy living isn’t rocket’s wise day at a time!

Tune in to Phil & Celeste’s New Radio Shows

What Can Happen in Just 10-Minutes A Day? • Restore Energy • Reach a Comfortable Weight • Reverse Aging • Rest Well

Call Phil or Celeste with questions 615-975-0186 Live Radio Shows at KITC FM 106.5 or on the web 5-6PM PDT EVERY TUESDAY

The Wellness Workshop Radio Hour TUNE IN ON TUESDAYS

January 27 - Do You Ever Feel Like You Are “Not

Enough”? The 360 Degree Women Team

February 3 - Jill Woodruff, The Coach’s Daughter...

of legendary football coach Don James

SPECIAL EVENT Saturday, January 31 - noon to 3 pm Healthy Super-bowl Treats, Cooking Demo at Ray’s Market in La Pine

For more info: Visit our Website at www.

La Pine Library Events Family Fun Storytime Interactive early learning storytime with songs, rhymes and crafts. Come with the whole family! Thursdays, at 10:30 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

Friends of the La Pine Library Book Store The Friends’ Book Nook is open at the following days and times. Open Computer Lab Everyone welcome to come in and browse! Tuesdays, 10:00 am - 1:00 Tech questions and answers: computers, apps, and more. Bring your pm, Thursdays & Saturdays, 1 – 4:00 pm. own laptop or device to troubleshoot, or use ours! Don’t forget your cords and passwords, if needed. No registration required. The Library Book Club Wednesday, Jan. 28, 10:30 am Read and discuss, Raven Stole the Moon, by Garth Stein. Everyone welcome! Thursday, Teen Territory Jan. 15, 12:00 Noon Enjoy awesome board games, including Axis & Allies, Risk, and Catan, plus traditional games like Monopoly. Library Closure We’ll also have the Wii and laptops. Age 12–17. All of the Deschutes Public Libraries will be CLOSED on Monday, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 1:00 pm Jan. 19, 2015. Friends Bag Book Sale Animal Adventures The Friends of the La Pine Library are having a Bag Join the High Desert Museum for a fun storytime and craft. Meet one Book Sale, so stop in to the Meeting Room of La Pine of the Museum’s live animals! Limited to 25 children age 3+ and their Library, and get some great deals! Everyone is welcome! adults. Free tickets available at the library on the day of the program. Friday & Saturday, Jan. 30 & 31, 10 – 6 on Friday, and 10 – 5 on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 11:30 am Saturday.

VOLUNTEER Donating your time as a volunteer with Partners In Care can truly change your life — and the lives of others. From working with our hospice specialists, our Transitions team or even our Hos-Pet program, our volunteers have the opportunity to help people when they need it most. When you need support with end-of-life care, choose your community’s expert in hospice care. (541) 382-5882 — John & Shayla | Partners In Care Volunteers —

Hospice | Home Health | Hospice House Transitions | Palliative Care

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January 15, 2015

Real Estate 52718 Highway 97 - La Pine, Or. 97739

541-536-2900 Office (Monday-Saturday) Website:

83545 Christmas Valley Hwy. 18.94 acres 1500 SF, 3 bd, 2 ba, built in 2007, Silver Lake $139,900

15421 6th Street 2080 SF, 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 2 master suite . Built 2005 on 10.49 acres. $329,000

16145 Green Forest 1864 SF on 1 acre $245,000 $5,000 towards buyers closing cost!

52342 Barberry on 1.47 acres

15446 Brooks Lane 1957 SF on 1. ac Very nice 3 bedrooms, 2 bath triple wide mfg. home on 1 acre of land with large shop and separate work shop. 2 greenhouse, woodshed, fenced back yard. New floor coverings, interior paint and some exterior painting, remodel kitchen. $234,500

Perfect place to vacation or build your dream home. New (required) ATT septic system in 2011. Electrical, plumbing, furnace, cabinets all replaced as well! This 1.47 acre parcel has a lot to offer. It is backed by Crown Pacific, very privet. Drinking water is fantastic out here! This subdivision has community water, cost is approximately $19.00 per month. Each lot has common land behind or on the sides of each property, sometimes even both! This is a wonderful place to call home. $114,000

Jo Ann Gould, Principal Broker 541-480-3115 Cell or Text For all your Real Estate Needs! Visit our website:

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

Real Estate 16658 Apache Tears Ct - $176,900 – MLS #201406695 Custom Built in 2006, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, 1728 SF, Granite, Tile High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

16784 Brenda Drive - $344,900 – MLS #201406888 Custom Home w/Beautiful Cabinetry, Tile, Wood Accents Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

15194 Ponderosa Loop - $55,000 – MLS #201202293 1.41 Ac Level Lot with Trees & Easy Access to BLM Land Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

52916 Old Lake Rd - $180,000 – MLS #2614228 Two 1848 SF Homes, Two 20 Acre Parcels, 4 Car Garage High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

20510 Jacklight Lane - $519,000 – MLS #201406203 5 Bd, 3 Ba, 3474 SF, Gourmet Kitchen, Fenced Yard, Sprklrs Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

15002 Robert Rd - $59,900 – MLS #201304682 8.54 Acres, Well Installed, Level Lot w/Ponderosa Trees High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

52962 Sunrise Blvd - $215,000 – MLS #201407851 3 Bd, 2 Ba, 2.51 Ac, 1152 SF Shop, Large Deck, Hot Tub Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

16249 South Drive - $595,000 – MLS #201408202 2922 SF, 4 Bd, 3 Ba, 6.27 Ac, 1200 SF Shop, 1296 SF Barn Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

Lot #12 Mabel Drive - $60,000 – MLS #201405674 5 Acres Adjacent to Irrigation Canal on a Paved Road Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

55918 Snow Goose Rd - $219,900 – MLS #201401539, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, 1563 SF Near River & Sunriver, Comm Water High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117 51844 Fordham Dr - $239,500 – MLS #201401404 2206 SF, 4 Bd, 3 Ba, Hickory & Tile Floors, Gas Fireplace, Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117 16549 Wayne Drive - $295,900 – MLS #201409610 16.79 Acre Mini Estate, 1702 SF Home, Corral, Arena, High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541536-0117 16206 Hawks Lair Rd - $299,900 – MLS #201401667 3304 SF, 4 Bd, 2.5 Ba, Granite, Hickory, Game Rm, Wet Bar, Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

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55009 Lazy River Drive on 2.01 ac Beautifully maintained home on 2 very scenic acres, 2 master bedrooms, landscaped, fenced, sprinkler system, triple detached garage, shop, gazebo, water feature storage bldg. RV parking, long paved circular driveway. Open floor plan w/big windows. Heat pump w/central AC. $174,900


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Real Estate High Lakes Realty

The number of “Homes For Sale” is at a record low!

So, if you are thinking of selling your home, now is the perfect time to sell!

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Now is the perfect time to sell your home! Call for a FREE CMA! Or turn your vacant home into an income-producing Rental Property!

Call us! We can help! We Are Your Local La Pine Real Estate Specialists!


SALE 52071 Red Pine - $47,900 1.34 Ac, Possible Owner Carry Gary Tingey, Principal Broker 541-729-9628

15002 Robert Road - $59,900 8.54 Ac, Well, Cleared Sites Steffanie Countryman, Broker 602-284-4110

Lot #12 Mabel Dr - $60,000 5 Ac Adjacent to Irrigation Canal Jane Gillette, Broker 541-848-8354

150388 Jerry Rd - $140,000 3 Bd, 2 Ba, 1.5 Acre Treed Lot Cori Thompson, Principal Broker 541-706-1845

15775 Dawn Rd - $149,000 39.59 Acres, Well, Stand. Septic Jane Gillette, Broker 541-848-8354

16480 William Foss - $166,000 Home + Office + Shop, Fenced Julie Fincher, Principal Broker 541-420-1051

52916 Old Lake Rd - $180,000 (2) 1848 SF Homes, 40 Acres Terryle St Jeor, Broker 541-419-4307

16206 Hawks Lair - $299,900 4Bd, 2.5Ba, 3304 SF, 2 Garages Dianne Willis, Principal Broker 541-815-2980

16784 Brenda Dr - $344,900 52764 & 52778 Bridge - $425,000 3Bd, 1743 SF, Custom Upgrades Gorgeous 6.49 Riverfront Acreage Mark Miller, Broker Mark Miller, Broker 541-639-1533 541-639-1533

Lot 22 Gray Squirrel - $14,000 Nicely Treed .6 Ac Lot Near River Julie Fincher, Principal Broker 541-420-1051

55535 Gross Dr - $39,000 .52 Ac, Paved Road, Near River Steffanie Countryman, Broker 602-284-4110

15656 Seed Rd - $39,900 Beautiful 2 Acre Building Site Marci Ward, Broker 541-480-4954

52305 Lechner Ln - $75,000 1Bd, 1Ba, Outbldgs, RV Hook-up Jane Gillette, Broker 541-848-8354

Powerline Rd - $79,000 10 Acre Wooded Parcel Julie Fincher, Principal Broker 541-420-1051

55918 Snow Goose - $219,900 3 Bd, 2 Ba, Near River & Sunriver Cori Thompson, Principal Broker 541-706-1845

51844 Fordham Dr - $239,500 4Bd, 3Ba, 2206 SF, Hickory, Tile Jane Gillette, Broker 541-848-8354

Stearns Road 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath, Garage, Shop, Horse Property! $1100/Month

15775 Dawn Road - $149,000 – MLS #201408199 39.59 Acres, Well & Standard Septic Installed in 1997 High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

Powerline Road - $79,000 – MLS #201307052 10 Ac Treed Lot; Start Your Central Oregon Adventure Here High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

52764 & 52778 Bridge Dr - $425,000 – MLS #201409579 6.49 Ac Riverfront Property, Possible Owner Carry Contract Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

52740 Day Road - $85,000 – MLS #201407690 1 Ac w/Lrg Pole Bldg & Other Outbldgs, Well, Power High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

51487 Hwy 97 - $494,900 – MLS #201105111 1.64 Acre Commercial Lot in the Heart of La Pine on Hwy High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117

Bobwhite Ct. Beautiful Custom 2698 SF, 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath Home! $1000/month

51450 Hwy 97 - $114,900 – MLS #201407464 Commercial Bldg on Hwy 97, Ready for Your Remodel Call High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt at 541-536-0117

20510 Jacklight Ln - $519,000 5 Bd, 3 Ba, 3474 SF, Built in ‘06 Jane Gillette, Broker 541-848-8354

Please Contact Linda J We will have more rental 541-536-7930 properties coming available throughout this month! Full Service Call Linda J! Management B U I L T T O A H I G H E Property R S TA N D A R D


16570 Wm Foss Rd - $739,000 – MLS #201404181 98 Storage Units, Currently 100% Occupied, Mgr’s Office High Lakes Realty & Prop Mgmt 541-536-0117z

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2015 La Pine Sunriver Relay for Life Ready for KICKOFF

January 15, 2015

I am so grateful to attend RELAY FOR LIFE over the last 2 years. Last year I spent the night in my tent there, and it was a powerful experience to know these beautiful people! –Sandy Jones, Editor in Chief

By Pat Stone

The new year has us all ready to get going on the things we care about. The Leadership team for the La Pine Sunriver Relay For Life wants to announce our KICKOFF for 2015. We invite anyone interested in finding a cure for cancer to come to SHARC in Sunriver on Jan 27th at 5:30-7 p.m. and enjoy light appetizers and beverages as we present our new theme for Relay For Life 2015. We believe everyone wants to find a cure for cancer! Being a part of Relay For Life is how you can have a part in finding a cure. Last year’s Relay was a HUGE success. Thanks goes out to our sponsors, participants, friends ,family, our communities and so many more for the wonderful support. Our goal was $28,000. We reached that goal even before our event! We finished the year with ..... drum roll please .... $48,600 ! ! This year’s event is already shaping up to be really exciting with more fun, more activities and more visibility. We will hold our event at Heritage Park in La Pine instead of the high school. We will be so visible and very accessible to the community to drop in and join in the fun. At

our relay we CELEBRATE our Survivors, REMEMBER those we have lost to cancer and FIGHT BACK by fundraising and educating our communities. Our Kickoff reception is an opportunity to learn how Relay For Life supports American Cancer Society’s mission of Research,

Support and Education. Again, we invite anyone interested in finding a cure for cancer to come to SHARC in Sunriver on Jan 27th at 5:30-7 p.m. and enjoy light appetizers and beverages as we present our new theme for Relay For Life 2015. Everyone is welcomed to signup now for

the La Pine Sunriver Relay For Life 2015. Go to and sign up now so we can send you important information. Please contact Pat Stone at 541-9775266, Event Lead, with any questions or if you are interested in joining our Relay For Life this year.


La Pine FireMed

Aviation services provided by TriState CareFlight, Life Flight Network, Conyan Aviation, Inc., and AvCenter, Inc.

A gift of membership for your family or friends means they will pay no out-of-pocket expenses for emergent, medically-necessary transport.



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La Pine FireMed Ground Ambulance Service

FireMed Managed by:

• Emergency prehospital, medical treatment and ground transportation • Basic and advanced medical services • Emergency ambulance ground transportation to the closest emergency room or as designated by the EMS system • Automatic insurance billing service

Complete details and sign up information can be found at: • 800-982-9299

2015 01 15 Newberry Eagle  

The Community Newspaper of Newberry Country

2015 01 15 Newberry Eagle  

The Community Newspaper of Newberry Country