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Mayor’s Corner IT’S BACK! By Ken Mulenex, City of La Pine Mayor - Page A-2 MARCH 15, 2014


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Story By Toni Lynde With the swooshing sounds of cedar arrows and feather fletchings, archers are learning the skills of shooting with traditional equipment at the Family Archery Night . This takes place every winter in the Bend Bowmen’s building in Bend, OR and is sponsored by T.A.C.O. (Traditional Archers of Central Oregon). This is the 4th year of giving lessons and several families were put on a waiting list this year. Because of movies like Hunger Games, there is a fast growing interest in archery, especially for the younger generation. Before archers start shooting for the first time, they have an orientation by Lenny . Next Bob McMahan explains important rules and Fred Cliff shows the archery equipment…how to hold a bow, pull the string back, where to anchor your shooting hand at your face, etc. Bows, arrows, armguards,


La Pine Parks and Recreation (LPRD) Springs Forward into Next Season By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter

Lions Leadership Kids decorate picnic table. Teacher Karen Miller and Tara Loidici have the details!

The LPRD is in the middle of a flurry of activities for their Community School, their Sports Programs and changes that will mean a great deal to the community! DREAM TO SKATE: On March 22nd, the Dream to Skate Committee will host an all you can eat Pancake Breakfast on that Saturday and it is open to the public. Tickets are on sale now over at the parks building and the students involved hope to get enough funds raised during the event to pay for signage and the setting of the skate ramps! SPORTS PROGRAMS: South County Little League

gloves and finger tabs are supplied for these classes. Now the anxious archers get to shoot… many for the first time. Excitement fills the air as arrows are flying to the paper targets, some hitting and some missing. They eagerly shoot 4 arrows per round. After their 4th night of shooting (every other Monday night), they get to shoot at colorful balloons and 3-D animal targets. There’s something about hearing those balloons pop! It’s great fun for all ages, young and old, but it is especially fun for the younger kids when they pop a balloon. The expression on their faces is priceless!

La Pine Community Kitchen in the Midst of Change By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter

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NeighborImpact Hands Out Free Books to Children Submitted by Jason Carr Redmond, Oregon, March 10, 2014 NeighborImpact is helping to promote reading by handing out 2,500 books to children of Head Start. The books are made available by Toys for Tots, which is distributing 89,000 books across the region. “The goal is pretty simple,” says Kim Snow, Associate Director of Education and Quality with Head Start. “We want to get more books in the hands of families and help increase literacy so kids perform better in school.” NeighborImpact’s Head Start program

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helps families by connecting them with a variety of resources. The pre-school program offers pre-kindergarten education, health and dental care, family support, and nutritional meals. Head Start aims to increase school readiness and provide children and families with the skills and resources they need be successful. “There are families out there that can’t afford books. We’d really like to see more kids learn about science and math so we want to provide as many books as we can,” explained Snow. To make sure books end up directly in the

INSIDE Highlights Caldera Story.................................................... A-3 City of La Pine Pay Bills Online See Ad ................A-3 South County Girls Summit ..............................B-1 South County School News..............................B-2 Sunriver Mudslinger Event ................................B-3 Paulina Back Country Adventure................... C-1 It’s Happening in Oakridge ............................C-3 Real Estate - NEW LISTINGS! ..................D-2 & D-3 FREE Insurance Now Available ....................... D-4

INDEX News Top Stories ............. A-1 to A-4 Eagle Team & Policies ...............A-3 Sunriver ........................................ B-3 Pets, Home/Garden ................. B-4 Attractions & Adventures..........C-1 Food/Art/Books ..........................C-2 Events Calendar .........................C-2 Oakridge .................................... C-3 PSA’s/Obituaries ........................ C-4 Real Estate......................... D-2 - D-3 Comics .........................................D-3 Classified Ads ..............................D-3 Crossword Puzzle ........................D-3

Jim Fleming, Community Kitchen Board of Directors Chairman came in for a visit to explain some of the changes that are taking place at the Community Kitchen. “Long time Director, Chris Riggs, has, after 12 years, decided to retire to handle her personal matters, and we have put Carol Couch in her place as an interim until we find a permanent executive office to run the kitchen,” explained Mr. Fleming. “We are advertising for that position now and hope to fill it soon.” “The Board members are also going to fill in with some of the regular duties during the interim. Marjorie Proffitt will also be filling in with Carol to help things run smoothly,” Fleming added. “We will still offer Monday through Friday meals at noon until 2:00 pm and the pantry will remain open during Monday, Wednes-

Jim Fleming, Community Kitchen Board of Directors Chair day and Friday hours.” “The Board would like to thank Chris Riggs for her twelve years of dedicated service to the community and the kitchen and wish her well in her retirement.” Carol Couch added that she had worked with Chris for nearly as long as Chris had

been doing the kitchen and she is ready to manage until her replacement is found. The Community Kitchen started out in its present location in 2002 in the VFW hall. A partnership was struck and the program expanded gradually until it has become what we see today.

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La Pine ReStore is the Source for New Home Construction for the Hane Family!

By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter

Two creative and savvy residents that are returning to Central Oregon (where they have had ties for years), have plunked down in the Lazy River South area and are building their dream Cabin. Through the process, they have worked to use items from the Central Oregon ReStores to help them with the finishing details and they are almost ready to show off their work! Kent Hane is a log home builder with twenty years plus experience. His high school confidant, sweetheart/best friend, Theresa has joined him for the process and together they have made their project one full of fun and learning. I was lucky to meet them when they came to a writing class we were involved in. Through the course of our weeks together in class, I realized that they were not only creative writers with a delicious sense of humor, but that they were also craftsmen who, after they build their model cabin, will be ready to help other folks do the same thing “We love to go to the local ReStore here in La Pine,” Kent told me. “We have been able to find doors, windows, cupboards, counters, hardware and fixtures.” Theresa added that “Between the various ReStores, most of the cabin finishes have been secured and used at such reasonable prices, that we have been able to stay on budget with ease.” Kent and Theresa are excited about being close to family and living in such a beautiful area. But their personal stories are just as beauti-

ful! They originally met in Redding, California when they were in High School. At that time, they were so close that their parents, worried that they were too serious, made sure that they did not continue their close friendship. Kent moved, with his family to eastern Montana, where he took up building the log homes while the lovely Theresa married another fellow and raised her family. Neither of them forgot the other. Several years ago, they ran into each other and it was like they had never left one another. They both were recently single and the opportunity to make their own decisions about their future was finally in their own hands. They were married four years ago and the romance continues today. (In class they actually could end each other’s sentences they are so close!) As they finish the final details on their home, they will continue to avail themselves of any opportunity for products and savings at the La Pine ReStore and after they are complete, we will be asked to come in and actually photograph the results of what a master log home builder can do with the bargains he and his wife have found! Look for more about the Hane Family in upcoming stories about how to save at the La Pine ReStore! For information about donating, volunteering and how to help build La Pine one House at a time, check out the ReStore in La Pine or call the Sunriver office at 541-593-5005. The Website is


Mayor’s Corner By Ken Mulenex, Mayor

La Pine Schools Contest “If I Were Mayor” Share your creative ideas about what you would like to see in your city if you were Mayor. As Mayor, it is my pleasure to announce that this year the students of the four La Pine schools and home-schooled students will again be able to participate in the Oregon Mayors Association’s (OMA) “If I Were Mayor” contest where students who participate could win a Cash ($$) Prize and an iPad Air. This contest is held annually and offers students the opportunity to compete in 3 categories, elementary (grades 4-6), middle school (grades 7-8), and high school (grades 9-12). Note: home-schooled students must be in the same grade levels for the 2013-2014 school year required by each category. The Elementary Category requires the student to create a poster depicting their idea for “If I Were Mayor”. For Middle School, students must write an essay for their idea of “If I Were Mayor”. The High School contestants must develop a video or a Power Point presentation of “If I Were Mayor”. Here is a great chance for students to be creative and let the community know what they would do if they were Mayor. Contest rules and entry forms are available at the four La Pine schools. Parents and students

should check with the school administration and/or teachers. Homeschooled students may obtain the contest rules and entry form at La Pine City Hall. At the close of the “If I Were Mayor” contest on April 18st, the La Pine City Council and Staff will select a winner from each category. These winners will be honored and presented with their $100 prize at the May 14th Regular City Council Session. The local winners names and projects will be submitted to the OMA Judging Committee in late April or early May. Statewide winners and any honorable mentions will be selected by the OMA Selection Committee. Winning students and their mayor will be notified in mid-June. The statewide winners and their parents will be invited to attend the 2014 OMA Summer Conference in Pendleton on August 7th - 9th, 2014, where they will be recognized at an annual luncheon and receive their prize. The OMA will provide lodging to the students and their immediate families. So I encourage each and every eligible student in our La Pine schools to enter to WIN! If you or your parents / guardians have any questions, please call me at 541-306-0156 or email: Ken Mulenex, La Pine City Mayor

La Pine Firefighters Respond to Motor Vehicle Crash with Trapped Occupant – Hwy 97 Milepost 160 By Fire Chief Mike Supkis Tuesday March 11th - at 8:55 am - La Pine Firefighters responded, along with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Troopers, and Oregon Department of Transportation, to a serious motor vehicle crash on Highway 97, near Milepost 160. A north bound Dodge Dakota pickup truck had crashed into a south bound semi-truck hauling lumber. The crash pinned a male occupant in the pickup which firefighters extricated and stabilized and packaged within 20 minutes. The patent was then flown to St Charles Bend by an Air Link Helicopter in serious to critical condition. The semi-truck left the road and jackknifed into the trees and also losing part of its load. The driver of the heavily damaged semi-truck was able to self-extricate and did

not report any injuries. Due to the severity of the crash, debris and the vehicle in the roadway Highway 97 was closed by ODOT and traffic was diverted along Huntington Road. Law enforcement is investigating.

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By Fire Chief Mike Supkis La Pine Firefighters along with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, and an additional ambulance from Sunriver Fire, responded to the second serious motor vehicle crash of the day in La Pine this afternoon about 1:18 pm. A four door sedan and sport utility vehicle col-

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Oregon’s Other Crater is Making News! USFS and Chamber Visitor Center Working on the Big Party! By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter Photo Left: USFS and Chamber meet about the CALDERA. Karen Gentry, Jean Nelson-Dean, Scott McBride, Ann Gawith and Dan Varcoe meet for ideas.

It is hard to believe that we are twenty three years into having one of Oregon’s wonders as part of our big back yard, but the Newberry Caldera, East Lake, Paulina Lake, Ogden State Park and all of the hiking and snowmobile trails are going to put on the shine in order to prepare to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Caldera as one of Oregon’s two National Monuments! Scott McBride and Jean Nelson-Dean, the area Public Service Officer and Karen Gentry from Discover the came to La Pine to meet with Chamber Director Ann Gawith at the Chamber and past Chamber Director, Dan Varcoe to start working on the idea of the Caldera’s 25th anniversary. The bill was signed into being on November of 1990 and the actual June 1991 celebration started the official designation when the postmaster and other locals worked to highlight what La Pine has in its own back yard. There are plans to begin the celebration in June of 2015 and end it in the summer of 2016 so that tourists can be part of the anniversary celebration. There will be a tour set up for June 18th this summer to show the Caldera to local community partners who will be part of the celebration. During the last year, the Chamber of Commerce has been featuring the idea of Oregon’s other Crater in the Visitor’s Center and it got some attention from COVA (Central Oregon Visitors Association) in Bend. Ann Gawith and Teri Myers have been attending the Oregon Tourism, COVA and Travel Oregon meetings to represent the La Pine

Visitor’s Center for the last two years and the ‘Oregon’s Other Crater” pamphlet that they created is making its way all over the State! “People would walk in and ask about Crater Lake,” Ann Gawith explained. “We would have to tell them that it was still snowed in, or that it was closed for the winter and then we would tell them about the crater at their fingertips that was open all year and only a few miles away from downtown La Pine!” “A quick verbal set of directions, a phone call in advance of their visit to our Caldera,” Teri added, “and they were off to another adventure in our Newberry Country location. Many would come back after their visit to one of the lakes- or bothand tell us how excited they were to find our special crater.” The La Pine Chamber will have a booth at the Governor’s Tourism Conference in April. It will be held in Sunriver and to be sure that we are paying attention to the gift we have in the Newberry Crater, it will feature prominently in the display. COVA and Travel Oregon is working to add more info about the caldera to their visitor’s guides. We are asking people with pictures of the Caldera, activities showing people who enjoy the fun they have up there and some scenic pictures of the crater to send them in to be used for advertising and the celebration. ( In the meantime, the Chamber is collecting ides for the celebration and you can contact Ann Gawith with your ideas. 541-536-9771.

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The Adventures of Manny Kin It all began a year ago this past Christmas when my wife gave me B U I LT T O A H I G H E R S TA N D A R D a pool table for Christmas. I was looking for a unique way to hang the rack and cues when the idea of using a mannequin struck. Before retiring to La Pine I competed in amateur road racing in Portland for several years. Why not dress a mannequin in my racing duds. So the hunt was on for an affordable mannequin. B U I LT T O A H I G H E R S TA N D A R D



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This last Christmas we went to Southern California to share the holiday with family. Unbeknownst to me my daughter found one several weeks before. She named him Manny Kin and with the help of friends began posing him around the Oceanside, CA area and taking pictures. She began posting them online and it became a big hit with friends and family to the point that if she missed a day she received emails inquiring what Manny did do today? We hope Manny continues to have many adventures. Respectfully, Don Noel

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LPRD Continued from A-1 SOFTBALL is already registering for the spring. Bo DeForest (Sports Coordinator at LPRD 541-536-2223) is also accepting applications for the new SOCCER season for k-5 grades. The fee is $60.00 and there are some scholarship or parent involvement trades in lieu of the fee available now. The Leadership Picnic Table Project is nearing completion. The leadership class of after school students have been selling sponsorships that allows them to repaint and decorate the picnic tables that sit around the Frontier Heritage Park lawn. They will be on display soon. LPRD is helping the Ford Cohort III sell the final bricks for the fountain area, too. They are $45.00 and you can put your family name or

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other info on the bricks that are being used to create the paths and patio area for the fountain. Get your brick in the parks office! LPRD is about ready to receive the BLM lands that are being transferred to the District. There will be a series of meetings with all of the community stakeholders to discuss what will be happening on the new ground. There are many agencies involved and the community input will


help with the eventual plans for the 150 acres of land. The plan to expand the La Pine Parks and Recreation District and eventually cover an area similar to the La Pine Fire District is moving ahead, slowly. Organizers will continue to make contacts with the folks who live north of the present district and a series of public meetings will be held in the future to discuss the plans with our neighbors. Watch for more news about

this project to expand. Park Board meetings are always the second Tuesday of the month. The public is always invited to attend. There is a work session before the actual meeting and they start at 6 PM. If you want information about the Community School Program, the sports program or any upcoming activities, call or come into the office any time!



South County Girl’s Summit to be Held Monday, March 24th

By Mary Fleischmann TAPS Contributor The Eighth-Annual South County Girl’s Summit promises a day of fun and exciting activities for young women in Middle School through High School on Monday, March 24th.. The goal of the event is to empower young women in South County with activities that are positive in nature, healthy for them and are easily available in their home setting. An additional goal is to mentor young women with other adult females in their community. Event attendees can enjoy gift giveaways, snacks and a free lunch at the event. There are no costs for this event.

The South County Girl’s Summit will be held Monday, March 24th from 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at La Pine High School, 51633 Coach Road in La Pine. The following are some of the session choices that will be provided at the South County Girl’s Summit by local experts and businesses: • Scrap booking 101 • Wonders of Duct Tape – a hands on project • Journaling – different ways to express yourself • “ It’s a shame about shame” – How girls treat each other • Stress- the good and the bad and how to reduce it. • Yoga and it’s benefits • And Much More!

The Girl’s Summit is sponsored by Think Again Parents (TAPS) Substance Abuse Prevention Team of South County; the Deschutes County Juvenile Community Justice Department with support from the La Pine Park and Recreation. For more information or to register for this event, please contact Mary Fleischmann, at 541536-5002. You must register for this event. This event is filling up fast, and it is a first come, first serve – so hurry and register to make sure that you don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Earns National Recognition For Wildfire Preparedness many private lots according to Firewise standards. Sweat equity programs were a popular means to enable residents to bring their lots up to SB 360 standards. Ponderosa Pines has several inspectors who are certified to inspect properties according to SB 360 standards. A five year Commons plan was developed to maintain those areas already cleared. • Developed and posted an Evacuation Route for residents in case of wildfire or other emergency. “Achieving Firewise recognition is not a quick or easy process. Ponderosa Pines has done an outstanding job of creating a local Firewise Task Force and implementing Firewise principles,” said Michele Steinberg, support manager of the Firewise Communities program. “By preparing homes, structures, and landscapes before a wildfire occurs, Ponderosa Pines has dramatically increased the chance that homes and structures will be protected when a wildfire occurs.” Working through the National Association of State Foresters (NASF), state forestry agencies support the Firewise Communities/USA recognition effort. The program is a nationwide initiative that recognizes communities for taking action to protect people and properties from the risk of fire in the wildland/urban interface. This program is of special interest to small communities and neighborhood associations that are willing to mitigate against wildfire by adopting and implementing programs tailored to their needs. The communities create the programs themselves with cooperative assistance from state forestry agencies and local fire staff. Fire-prone communities can work with local professionals to earn Firewise Communities/USA status by

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La Pine, Oregon -- Because of its efforts to reduce the vulnerability of homes and landscapes to wildfire, Ponderosa Pines Property Owners Association has earned Firewise Communities/ USA® recognition from the National Firewise Communities Program. “Since 2005 the entire community has worked to make Ponderosa Pines more resistant to wildfire with the help of grants through Project Wildfire and Deschutes County. These efforts have enabled us to achieve Firewise status. Being a Firewise community will let responding firefighters know that our community can be defended in the case of a wildfire and will reduce the severity and amount of damage from wildfire in Ponderosa Pines.” Ponderosa Pines worked with the Oregon Department of Forestry and the La Pine Rural Fire Protection District to conduct a wildfire hazard assessment and develop a plan to address safety concerns. Residents then worked together to implement the plan. Ponderosa Pines is the 50th community in Oregon to be recognized as Firewise Communities/USA, joining many other communities nationwide that have been recognized since the program’s inception in 2002. To receive Firewise Communities/USA recognition, Ponderosa Pines met a rigorous set of requirements. The community completed the following activities: • Formed a volunteer Safety and Emergency Committee to pursue Firewise status, provided information and fire safety training to the community, initiated and coordinated mitigation activities, and will maintain Firewise status by completing a yearly community mitigation project. • Used grant money to mitigate all Common areas and

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meeting the following criteria: • Enlist a wildland/urban interface specialist to complete a community assessment and create a plan that identifies agreed-upon achievable solutions to be implemented by the community. • Sponsor a local Firewise Task Force Committee, Commission or Department, which maintains the Firewise Communities/USA program and tracks its progress or status. • Observe a Firewise Communities/USA Day annually, dedicated to a local Firewise project. • Invest a minimum of $2.00 per capita annually in local Firewise projects. (Work by municipal employees or volunteers using municipal and other equipment can be included, as can state/federal grants dedicated to that purpose.) • Submit an annual report to Firewise Communities/USA that documents continuing compliance with the program. Communities interested in earning recognition may visit for more information. Firewise Communities/ USA® Recognition Program is part of the National Fire Protection Association, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169. For more information visit www.firewise. org. Submitted by Lanell Bennett, Chairperson Ponderosa Pines Safety & Emergency Committee 541-536-9533

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South County Schools Update 2014 8th Annual South County Girl’s Summit March News Submitted by Karen Kromer-Foster

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March 21 – Family Movie Night – Rosland 5:30 pm March 24 – March 28 – Spring Break – All South County Schools April 5 – Grad Night Auction/Dinner – see details below April 10 -12 – FBLA State Business Leadership Conference Competition for La Pine High School Area Transfer Requests A parent/guardian may request either a temporary or permanent change in attendance area when special circumstances merit such a change. Approval or denial of requests will be made jointly by home school and receiving school principals based upon student needs, space available in the school and the particular grade or program, impact on enrollment balance between the schools, and appropriateness of the program. Student educational and behavioral records may be reviewed. When Attendance Area Changes are granted; student transportation to and from school is the responsibility of the parents. Attendance or tardiness problems may be grounds for revoking the approval. In competitive activities, which are governed by the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA), eligibility will be determined by a review based on OSAA standards. Changes in attendance area may jeopardize OSAA eligibility. The district will not grant transfers based solely on athletic/activity considerations. Deadline for High School was March 1st and for Middle and Elementary Schools is April 1st. If you missed the deadline, you can still complete the form but requests will be considered after all other requests have been evaluated. Every attempt will be made to complete notification by May 1 in order to facilitate enrollment scheduling and planning. The process is a little different for an inter-district transfer. You need to complete paperwork at your home district between February 1 and April 1 to be included in the Open Transfer Period. You will need to complete an Interdistrict Transfer request form, have it signed and sent to the district you would like to attend. Again, parents/guardians are responsible for providing transportation and a transfer does not guarantee eligibility to participate in competitive interscholastic activities/athletics at the attending school. All requests submitted after the open transfer period (April 2 – January 31) will be processed on a

case-by-case basis. KINDERGARTEN ROUNDUP – APRIL 23rd If you know of a child that will have their 5th birthday before September 1st, please let them know that registration will begin April 23rd for next school year. Each elementary school will have a session on April 23rd to introduce teachers, schedules, and information to introduce our kindergarten families to the schools. If you are bringing a kindergarten student to register, please bring a birth certificate, proof of residence (drivers license or utility bill), immunization records and current phone numbers for two emergency contacts. If you are unable to stop by on April 23rd, you are welcome to come in during office hours and fill out paperwork after April 23rd. We would love to have all new kindergartners registered as soon as possible. If you have questions, please feel free to call the office. Rosland Elementary (541-355-8100) Kindergarten Registration 4/23 4pm – 5pm La Pine Elementary (541355-8000) Kindergarten Registration 4/23 5pm – 6pm La Pine Elementary School Tammy Doty has been appointed as the planning principal for the new elementary slated to open in Bend in 2015. Please congratulate her when you see her. Superintendent Wilkinson Announces Principal Appointments Bend-La Pine Schools Superintendent Ron Wilkinson announced the appointment of two principal positions for the 2014-15 school year. Chris Boyd, from North Clackamas School District, will join the district as the planning principal for the new middle school, slated to open in Bend in 2015. Tammy Doty, currently principal at La Pine Elementary School, will serve as the planning principal of the new elementary school slated to open in Bend in 2015. Additionally, Wilkinson announced that Anissa Wiseman, currently the interim principal at Bear Creek Elementary School, was named the school’s full-time principal, effective immediately. “Exceptional leadership, clear vision for excellence and great caring for students and adults are the common characteristics shared by these individuals,” said Wilkinson. Boyd is currently Associate Director of Secondary Programs at North Clack-

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amas School District in Oregon. He will serve as the planning principal for the middle school slated for construction between Summit High School and W.E. Miller Elementary School in Bend. Boyd previously served as principal for the opening of Happy Valley Middle School at North Clackamas School District, Oregon. Boyd has worked in education for 16-years in Oregon and has served as teacher, dean, assistant principal, and principal. He has a Bachelors from St. Olaf College and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Willamette University. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Educational Leadership at University of Oregon. Doty is currently the principal at La Pine Elementary School in La Pine. She will serve as La Pine Elementary School Principal and the new elementary school principal concurrently during the 201415 school year. When the new school, located in central Bend, opens in 2015, she will be the school’s principal. Doty has worked in education for 20-years at Bend-La Pine Schools as teacher and principal. Doty has dual Bachelors from Western Oregon University and a Master of Education from the University of Oregon. Wiseman was named interim principal at Bear Creek Elementary School for the 2013-14 school year in August. Today, Wilkinson announced that she will continue as principal at Bear Creek Elementary School as principal, without the ‘interim’ label. Wiseman has worked in education for 20-years including positions in bilingual education with Houston (Texas) Independent Schools and teaching, student services and principal positions with Bend-La Pine Schools. Wiseman holds a Bachelors from University of Oregon, a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University and completed her Administrative Licensure at University of Oregon. “I am very happy to welcome Boyd to our district and look forward to Doty and Wiseman in new roles on my administrative team,” said Wilkinson.

Submitted by Deschutes County The eighth-annual South County Girl’s Summit promises to be a day of fun and exciting activities for young women in middle school through high school, Monday, March 24. The goal of the event is to empower young women in South County with activities that are positive in nature, healthy, and easy to do at home. An additional benefit to the event is providing young women with adult female mentors in their community. The South County Girl’s Summit will be held Monday, March 24 from 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at La Pine High School, 51633 Coach Road in La Pine. Transportation is available for Sunriver attendees, for more information call Jen Reuter at (541) 593-3555. This is a free event. The day of activities will start with a fun ice breaker. Event attendees can enjoy gift giveaways, snacks and a free lunch at the event. Registration is required to participate.

Some of the session choices offered at the South County Girl’s Summit by local experts and businesses: 1. Scrap Booking 101 2. Journaling In Its Many Forms 3. It’s a Shame about Shame - How Girls Treat One Another 4. Internet Safety and Human Trafficking 5. Leadership - Do You Have What It Takes? 6. Pictures Say a Thousand Words - Photography And The Beauty Within 7. Stress: The Good, The Bad, And How To Deal With It ...and much more! The Girl’s Summit is sponsored by Deschutes County, the Think Again Parents (TAPs) Substance Abuse Prevention Team of South County, with support from La Pine Parks and Recreation. For more information or to register for this event, please contact Coordinator for the Resource Connection Program, Mary Fleischmann at (541) 536-5002.

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Rosland Friday March 21st is Family Movie Night at Rosland Elementary. We will be showing Frozen. Doors open at 5:30 pm and movie starts at 6:00 pm. Parents must accompany children through out the evening. We have dinner and snack concessions for sale. $1.00 suggested donation per person for admission. Concession and admissions funds go to the LPE/Rosland PTA to support teachers and students. La Pine High School La Pine Grade Night 2014 is having a Dinner Auction is being held April 5th at the American Legion in La Pine. The no host cocktail hour and silent auction begins at 5 pm, tri-tip dinner begins at 6 pm with the auction immediately following. Cost per ticket is $12.50. Come join Doby Fugate, as auctioneer and the senior class to raise some funds for their senior trip. Tickets can be purchased for a La Pine High School senior or by calling Becky Ramierz (541) 280-6654 or, Marni Irvin (541) 815-6750. La Pine Grad Night 2014 is also having a Zumbathon on April 13 at Sabai Studio from 1:30 – 3pm. The cost is $10.00. There will be raffles and fun for all. Please contact Jennifer Wilson for more information (541-419-9346).

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Sunriver Chamber of Commerce News Brought to you Courtesy of the Sunriver Chamber of Commerce Weekly business news for and about members of the Sunriver Area Chamber of Commerce On Wed., March 12th, beginning at 8:00 am, the Sunriver Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding their annual business meeting at the SHARC center. As part of an on going process, the Sunriver Chamber works closely with the Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA) by exchanging ideas and discussing ways to improve and enhance the services that are provided to the members of each organization. Many of the best ideas generated from those discussions will be presented at the meeting. All Chamber members and other interested persons are encouraged to attend as the future structure of the Sunriver Chamber and a COVA presence in Sunriver will be discussed. This is an important meeting and your input and suggestions are needed and welcomed. No pre registration is required. A complementary continental breakfast will be provided. March Events Sunriver Books & Music, in the Village, is excited to host several authors this month who will provide a presentation of their works. On Sat, March 15th, author Willy Vlautin will be here for a presentation of his latest, The Free, a powerful novel bringing together three people who are living on the knife edge of life. On Sat. March 29th, New York Times best selling author Phillip Margolin will give a presentation on Worthy Brown’s Daughter, a novel based in pre-Civil War Oregon. Margolin blends real events from Oregon history with a rip-snorting story. The events begin at 5 pm and participants will be provided refreshments and drawings for prizes. To sign up to attend, call 541-593-2525, email or stop by Sunriver Books and Music. The events are free and lots of fun. The Sunriver Women’s Club will be meeting on Tues., March 18th at the Crosswater Grill. With spring in the air, the club will be discussing gardening tips, techniques and the types of flowers and plants available for planting in Surniver gardens. Lunch starts at 11:30am and you can sign up at or call 541-598-0650. Deschutes County Commissioner Tony DeBone will address the Sunriver Area Men’s Club during their monthly luncheon on Thursday, March 20th, at the Crosswater Grill on Century Drive. Doors open at 11:30am. A social hour follows, with lunch starting at noon. To reserve a seat, use the sign up sheet posted at the Marketplace or send an email to Deadline for signing up to attend the lunch is 5pm, March 18th. Do you want to get the dirt on your fellow staff and co-workers? Do you want your friends or family members to get stuck in the mud? Then join us Sunday, March 23rd, for the Sunriver Mudslinger Spring Break Mud Run. This is the perfect team building experience as participants of all ages try to complete a mud obstacle scramble. If you like filth, this is the event for you. Portions of this event will benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Full

event details and online registration is available until 5 pm March 22nd at This event is presented by the Sunriver Owners Association Recreational Department, which is recruiting volunteers to help on race day. To volunteer contact Emily Savko at 541-585-3145 or email emilys@


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Get Dirty! Kick off Spring Break by running in this fun mud-filled obstacle course scramble with friends or family!

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-March 11th, 10:30 am: Family Storytime -Art Exhibits through March: Bronze sculptures by Joren Traveller. Native paintings by Vivian Olsen.

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Advertising Specials Seven Peaks Publishing, located in Sunriver, is offering a 20% discount for Chamber members who advertise in their “Stay N Play Booklets”. This handy, pocket sized, advertising booklet, is a quick, efficient and cost effective way to get your business message to visitors and guests that come to Sunriver. The advertising booklets are an outstanding publication with a proven track record of effective advertising for the Sunriver and Central Oregon business community. Owners and publishers Ray Bowman and Mary Martin will be contacting you shortly to show you the value of the booklet and answer any questions that you may have. They may also be contacted at 800541-1756

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Local News The Sunriver Music Festival is offering a new membership benefits in 2014. The new benefits include a 10% discount on meals at select restaurants in Bend and Sunriver and gifts for new members who enroll before April 1. For more information about becoming a “Friends of Festival” member, call the Sunriver Music Festival office at 541-593-1084, email or visit their web site at The Sunriver Resort is planning to fill nearly 400 jobs through two upcoming job fairs. The first job fair is scheduled from 4-7 pm, March 13th at the Great Hall at the Sunriver Resort. The second is planned for April 23rd from 4-7 pm at the Homestead, also at the resort. Positions available include chefs and other kitchen and restaurant staff, housekeeping, golf course related jobs, recreation-activities staff and front office personnel. Information about open positions at Surniver resort may be found at or calling 541-593-4600. Regional New With Oregon State University’s enrollment at record levels, a billion dollar fundraising campaign having surpassed its goal, and a building site purchased for OSU-Cascades’ expansion for a four year branch campus in Bend, OSU president Edward J. Ray will visit Central Oregon on April 2nd to deliver a State of the University address. The free event will begin at the Tower Theatre at 5:30pm, and then will move to the liberty Theatre, two doors down from the Tower, for a reception. The OSU Alumni Association will host the event.

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The following students are gearing up to go to our state competition in April. In addition to practicing and studying for their events, each student is raising $150 to go. If you feel like you’d like to sponsor one of these students just make that check out to LPHS-FBLA, then on the memo line place the student name you’d like to sponsor, all gifts are tax deductible. Sponsorships gifts can be for any amount $. FYI, there will be approx. 1500-2000 students representing 40+ Oregon High schools at state, the top 2 finishers in any event qualify for Nationals which this year is in Nashville, TN the last week of June. Once again for all the great community support for our Business Club! Steve Parnell, Business/HTR teacher & FBLA Advisor



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South County Alcohol Retailers Refuse Sales to Minors Submitted by TAPS March 12, 2014. During a recent Minor Decoy Operation by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) in South County, 92 percent of alcohol retailers in South County did NOT sell to minors. This level of compliance far exceeds the 2012 state average of 81 percent and is the best level of compliance

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Three Rivers Bend-La Pine Schools Superintendent Ron Wilkinson announced that Tim Broadbent, currently with South Lane School District in Cottage Grove, Oregon, has been selected to become Three Rivers School’s next principal. “I am extremely grateful for this opportunity to lead Three Rivers School and carry on the great work they are doing there,” said Broadbent. Broadbent is currently vice-principal at Lincoln Middle School in Cottage Grove, Oregon. He spent 11-years as a classroom and head teacher at South Lane School District prior to taking on his current role as vice-principal. He is also a Fulbright Teacher who spent a year teaching is Glasgow, Scotland during his early career in education. Broadbent is active as a volunteer in his community and says he looks forward to immersing himself in the community that make Three Rivers School a great place to teach and learn. “I am looking forward to building relationships with the students and their families, the staff and the community at large,” He said. “I believe that by all working together we can create an environment where students can achieve at their greatest potential.” Broadbent will assume his new role with Bend-La Pine Schools on July 1, 2014. Three Rivers School’s current principal, Gayle Vidal, will retire on June 30, 2014 after ten years with the school.

alcohol on their behalf. Below are the retailers who successfully refused to sell alcohol to minors during the February 12th Minor Decoy Operation: Big Belly Grill House (Sunriver), Bi-Mart (La Pine), Hunan Chinese Restaurant ( La Pine), La Pine Inn (La Pine); Lucky Fortune (La Pine), Marcellos (Sunriver); Crossroad Station (Sunriver); Quick Stop Market (La Pine); Ray’s Food Place and Ray’s Ship Smart (La Pine) and Summit Xpress (Sunriver). TAPS would like to congratulate these merchants for making sure that youth are not able to purchase alcohol in South County. The next Retailer Training will be held in April 2014. For more information, contact Cindy Jarrett, 541-419-5177, or visit the TAPS website:



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towed behind on our boards while holding on to shortened waterski ropes. ROSEBURG Once at the top there are many chutes and bowls to choose from, with names like... The Funnel, I-5, Green Bowl, The Cathedral and even the “Death Slide” bowl. Knowing which one of these different routes to choose is the first step to safely navigating from top to bottom. Many other chutes do not offer a safe passage down, so after making sure each one of us were completely positive that we were on the correct route a snow pit was dug into the snow covered hillside to evaluate avalanche conditions. Only when this evaluation was done, to the satisfaction GRANTS of every group member, was the nextPASS step made. One at a time each member would enter the chosen chute or bowl to start their decent down. One by one each member would make their way down to a safe location to await the next members decent. Teamwork at its best! Everyone was on alert, not only signs of avalanche danger, but as the whole area is very rocky with a forest at the bottom. Safe escape routes were noted on each run down. From my own experience these are the steepest slopes that I have ever s n ow boarded! Extreme conditions are an understatement..... More like a controlled freefall!! With rocky cliffs on each side and large amounts of snow following

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By Jon Wiley G2G Many times over the years while fishing at Paulina Lake I have looked at Paulina Peak and thought it looked like a great place to do some backcountry snowboarding. After some research into different “Lines” down from the peak, a group of friends and I did some exploring into this idea. After much thought and preparation, a few trips were made to the top of the peak to look into different routes down to the bottom. From the lookout at the top of the peak there does not seem like any way to do this without life threatening danger, but there are routes that a skilled skier or boarder can navigate, within a realm of safety that can bring some of the best backcountry experience that Central Oregon has to offer.

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St Patrick’s Day is more than Corned Beef and Cabbage! The Irish are well known for their delicious seafood dishes and with the immigrants that have settled in the Dublin area offering up foreign and delectable flavors to the Irish people, you might find this recipe for a Shrimp Stirfry to your liking! For Hot and Sweet Shrimp- you will need left over spaghetti, chicken breast,

By T. Myers Eagle Reporter

celery, peppers, tomatoes, sweet onions, green onion and at least a pound of larger shrimp. Last of all, soy sauce and a bottle of sweet hot chili sauce! You can find this at Bi-Mart! Start with a sauté pan on med high heat. Put in a little vegetable oil and throw in the chopped onion and celery to barely sweat. Take out the veggies and reserve. Cut the chicken breasts into small 1 inch

Shrimp Stir Fry

pieces and salt and pepper them. Use garlic powder or slices of fresh garlic to cook with the chicken. When the pieces are browned, remove and add to the veggies. Toss the medium to large shrimp in the hot pan to cook until they turn pink. Remove. I use a couple of handfuls of leftover spaghetti to the empty pan to heat it thoroughly and add salt and pepper to taste. Leave out the salt and season with a good jolt of soy sauce. When the spaghetti is heated, add back the veggies, the chicken and handful of red/yellow pepper strips. Pour hot chili sauce over the dish and combine and throw the cooked shrimp on top. Serve with green onions sliced over the top and enjoy. This is truly easy to make and delicious to eat and would be found in the Chinatown part of Dublin any time a hungry tourist wandered through! If you cannot escape the corned beef and cabbage tradition, try cooking the corned beef by itself for just an hour and take it out of the braising liquid to rest. Add the usual veggies of potato, carrot and cabbage and finish cooking them through and then add the beef back into the pot for the last twenty minutes of cooking. When the beef is sliced, you will have slices that can be thinly done and hold together. Drain the sauce from the veggies, put them on the platter and serve them all with white gravy and a big platter of soda bread. I love the corned beef

Event Calendar Bend

By Janet Varcoe

CHEERS TO CHARITY - GOODLIFE BREWING COMPANY CHARITY EVENT – 3/20/2014 - At Tetherow Golf Club supporting Oregon Adaptive Sports. A percentage of

beer sales will be donated on their behalf.

PINTS FOR POLIO - 3/29/2014 - 2-6pm. $25 in advance/ $30 at the door. Summit

Saloon 125 NW Oregon Ave. Join us for the Bend Pub Walk to support Polio eradication worldwide! Sample specialty craft Beers at over a dozen pubs. Tickets include: Commemorative End Polio Now pint glass, Map to participating pubs, and 6 ounce specialty craft beer tastes at over a dozen pubs. Shannon Bennett -, 541-693-4038. Register at


- 11am – 3pm. Come celebrate our one year anniversary of helping sick and injured Central Oregon wildlife return to the wild. Tour the facility and meet our rehabilitator staff. Learn how you can help the wildlife in our high desert community. Reese Mercer

SPRING INVITATIONAL BESTBALL – 03/29/2014 - 10am. Bend Golf and Country Club.

Team best ball opened to the public begins with shotgun start. Two-person teams can have one professional and teammates cannot have more than a 10-stroke spread between handicap indexes. $120.00 per team includes golf cart for the first 34 teams that RSVP. Both men and women welcome. 541-382-2878.

CENTURY 21 LIFESTYLES REALTY – FIRST FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE. Come and see the newly renovated and expanded location at 550 NW Franklin. Finger foods provided and open bar. Live music by Leighton Tuttle and local artist Charles Cockburn.

La Pine GRAND OPENING PARTY! LA PINE CHAMBER OPEN HOUSE – 3/17/2014 – 2:00-6:00pm. Irish celebration: corned beef, Irish coffee, fun!

Join the celebration with the Chamber, La Pine Frontier Days, the Newberry Eagle, KITC FM at 51429 Huntington & Hwy 97. 541-536-9771 for more info.


6:00-8:30pm, Mondays and Thursdays for 6 weeks. La Pine High School. Helping Central Oregonians Understand and Manage Mental Illness. Call Karen 541-5361151 to register DREAM TO SKATE PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER – 3/22/2014 - 9am to 11am at the La Pine Community Center. All you can eat pancakes and beverage $6.00 in advance AND $7.00 AT THE DOOR. 541-536-2223 for info.


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cooked alone- with a big side of good coleslaw and some nicely cooked carrots and mashed potatoes with white gravy myself. If I can have that meal with a good slice of fresh soda bread and a cup of Irish Coffee, I am in heaven! For dessert this year I will do something fun with a chocolate gateau, an Irish Lemon Pudding or coffee flavored cookie sandwiches with Chocolate mint chip ice cream in between. I found after making last column’s batch of coffee flavored cookies that they were pretty spectacular with a layer of chocolate ice cream and finished with a dip into the melted chocolate over a double boiler. Freeze them as you make them and they will be ready when you pull them out to give to your guests. This year I have a St. Paddy Day tree with beads, green and white lights and

a green derby on top. It makes me feel happy when I see it and I am ready to enjoy every day that I spend in that room!

Sure and Begorrah! It is time to be Irish for a day! “May the road rise up to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, May the rain fall soft upon your fields, And the sun shine warm upon your face, And until we meet again… May God hold you in the palm of his hand!” Amen – T. Myers

La Pine Library Events


Family Fun Storytime Ages 0-5 with an adult. Join us for a fun and interactive Storytime with stories, songs, rhymes and crafts aimed at getting your child ready to learn! Thursdays, 10:30 am


A weekend of fun activities for the whole family See Events. ZERO CLEARANCE THEATER – Dates to coincide with Annual Tree Planting Festival


CROSS COUNTRY TOURNAMENT – 03/29/2014 - Meadow Lakes Golf Course. $20.00 plus reduced green fee of $15.00. Individual stroke-play to find a new path around the course over 12 holes. 541-447-7113.



Everyone is welcome to come and have fun working on skills in the dry canyon. This is a women only, no drop group ride designed for women riders of all levels to meet new people and enjoy cycling. Trinity Bikes, 541-923-5650, Ladies of the Greens Membership Brunch – 03/25/2014 – 10am. For any women interested in joining golf club at The Greens. Weekly tournaments held on Tuesday throughout the golf season. 541-419-9769.


SISTERS FOLK FESTIVAL WINTER CONCERT SERIES – 3/29/2014 – 7pm at Sisters High School. To conclude the series the festival will present a multi-media performance by the Celtic super-group, Solas. “Irish-America’s most influential band,” according to NPR, will perform as they celebrate the release of Shamrock City, their 11th album and most ambitious project and live show to date. 541-549-4979 - RODEO DAY AT HOODOO – 3/29/2014 – 9am – 9pm. AUTOBAHN TUBING PARK runs 10am – 4pm. Come ride the mechanical bull and check out the annual Hoodoo Chili Cook-Off. Register@ It’s gonna be a wild and fun day at Hoodoo!


SUNRIVER MUDSLINGER - 03/23/14 La Pine Sunriver 11:30am, early Registration $12-30, Pre-registration $15-35; Event Day Registration $18-30. The Sunriver Owners Association hosts the second annual Sunriver Mudslinger. A non-competitive, non-timed event the entire family would complete together. New this year is a timed, competitive race open to the first 100 registrants ages 16 & up. Prizes awarded to the top 3 male and female finishers of the competitive race. Emily Savko - - 541-585-3145 - See Ad this Issue.

Know Go: Hidden Central/ Eastern Oregon Learn about outings to the east, including hot springs, petroglyphs and red-rock canyons. We’re joined by our friends at ONDA (Oregon Natural Desert Association) for this fascinating exploration of places to GO to in Oregon’s vast and diverse high desert. No registration is required. Free and open to all! Sun, March 16, 1:00 pm Animal Adventures Staff from the High Desert Museum will bring stories, crafts, & a live animal to the La Pine Public Library. Join us for this entertaining & educational opportunity! Space limited to 25 children & their adult. All ages welcome! Monday, March 17, 12:30 SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) Information about food benefits for families. Program will be in main part of Library. Tues, March 18, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Digital Downloads Open Lab Download books, magazines & music to your digital device. Learn about using the library apps such as Overdrive, Zinio, and more. Wed, March 19, 10:30 am The Library Book Club Read & discuss The Round House, by Louise Erdrich. Everyone welcome at this fun book group! Thurs, March 20, Noon Open Computer Lab Practice computer skills and get help with specific problems. Bring your own laptop or device to troubleshoot, or use ours! Mon, March 24, 2:30 – 4:00 pm People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Community Librarian, Josie Hanneman, at 541-312-1088 or The La Pine Public Library is located at 16425 1st Street, in La Pine, Oregon.

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Oakridge/ Westfir Mountain Bike Capital of the Northwest


What’s Happening in Oakridge By Gary Carl

Health and


Good Fats Vs. Bad Fats By Phil & Celeste Davis In this issue I want to address the subject of “Healthy Fats”. Yes, you will learn of the importance and life/health changing activity of these healing and reconstructive raw uncooked fats. I want to start with the “Avocado”. The soluble fats in the Avocado are readily absorbable by not only the bodies Digestive tract but also the “Lymph” system. Dr. Norman W. Walker D. Sc. is know as the father of modern day juicing. Dr. Walker states in his book Become Younger: “When such fats are raw, natural and uncooked as in avocado, olive oil, nuts, etc., and in nearly all vegetables in small quantities, the lymph nodes can emulsify them quickly and effectively, in which case they are promptly available for fuel and lubrication throughout the body. When the fats have been cooked, however, as in fried foods, buttered popcorn and nuts, donuts, etc., the fat has been converted into an inorganic product and the process of emulsifying it is more complicated. This results in the fat remaining in the circulation of the blood sometimes for hours after eating it, not usable, clogging up the system instead of being available for constructive use.” It is common to see, through consuming raw vegetables and healthy raw, uncooked fats, that in many cases there is reconstruction of “cartilage.” In my wife Celeste’s case, degenerated discs in the spine were rebuilt and restored to normal, and arthritis in her hips was eliminated. Bad Fats- I see some alarming situations on cooking programs/shows on T.V. Time after time I see chefs/cooks using olive oil to cook with. This is destructive to optimum health. When olive oil is heated above 225 degrees it becomes an unstable fat, this is not good for the body. Olive oil is fine for cold applications such as salad dressings/dips etc. Good Fats- When cooking/frying use Grape Seed Oil, it keeps its integrity up to 425 degrees. This is true of both Grape Seed Oil and Coconut Oil. As with all Oils purchase and use only “Unrefined and Cold Pressed”. Come join us at our Free cooking classes, “From Fat Sick & Tired to Alive & Well”. See class info below & on our website:

Photos provided by Gary Carl Vince & Bambi Maxwell, the owners of the Corner Bar & Grill have expanded their business by opening the Corner Market a convenience store on Oak Street in Uptown, Oakridge. And just where is “Uptown” Oakridge, you ask? Those travelers who venture off State Highway 58 and turn at the traffic light (the ONLY light) will find themselves stepping into the Historical Walking District of the “Uptown” section of Oakridge. Here you will find a beautifully landscaped Bed & Breakfast lodge with a 5 star rating sitting quietly off of Main Street. A short walk down the street will bring you to the Pioneer Museum, currently undergoing a major renovation. Slightly farther, and a very short walk, will take you past the Bakery where the aroma of freshly baked goods and coffee await. On the other side of the street you’ll find the new library and city hall. And the newest business to open its’ doors in this neighborhood is the Corner Market open from 7am to 11pm weekdays & until 12 pm on the weekend. They are selling cold beer, wine and pop, milk & bread and all of the other things you don’t think you need until the other stores close down for the night. They also offer freshly made soups and sandwiches if you happen to be hungry. Stop by and say hello to Vince or Bambi and while you’re there pick up your free copy of the Eagle Newspaper. Find out What’s Happening in Oakridge.

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March 25 - Tuesday - Wellness Workshop

Meet & Greet at the La Pine Chamber, 4-6pm March 26 - Wednesday -11:45am to 12:45pm at SHARC in SUNRIVER April 10 - Thursday - 5:30 to 6:30pm at La Pine Chamber of Commerce From Fat, Sick and Tired to Alive and Well Check our website for the class/place in your community

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The City of La Pine is currently accepting applications from individuals that are interested in serving on the City of La Pine Budget Committee. This is a volunteer position. The Budget Committee will conduct a number of evening meetings in the months of May and June. Budget Committee members are expected to attend all meetings. The vacancies will be filled by appointment by a majority of the entire membership of the Council. Those individuals submitting applications may be asked to meet with the Council for an interview prior to the Council making an appointment. Interviews will begin after a minimum pool of qualified candidates have submitted applications. In order to qualify for appointment, an applicant must be a registered voter and a resident of the City. Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2014, Interested individuals are encouraged to visit the City’s website at and click on the link to print an application for a committee, or call City Hall for an application to be mailed to you. Please call the City Hall at 536-1432, if you have any questions. Thank you.

BBT Architects Announces Scholarship


2014 DESCHUTES COUNTY FAIR TALENT SHOW SPONSORED BY EBERHARDS DAIRY WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th FROM noon TO 3:00 ON THE EBERHARDS DAIRY FOOD COURT STAGE SINGERS, MUSICIANS, DANCERS, BANDS, MAGICIANS, JUGGLERS & ACTS OF ALL KINDS! 4 ACTS WILL EACH WIN A $150.00 PRIZE & PERFORM AGAIN ON SATURDAY Send a CD, DVD, videotape (no 8mm), and/or photos along with name, age, address and phone number to: Deschutes County Fair, Talent Show Audition, 3800 Airport Way, Redmond, Or. 97756 Send audition materials now! All audition materials must be at the Fairgrounds by Monday, July 7th! Notification will be completed by Monday, July 14th. Up to 24 acts will be chosen to compete on Wednesday, July 30th. All acts must be residents of Deschutes County (an act from a neighboring county that does not participate in the State Fair is eligible). A panel of three judges will evaluate each act! Four acts will be chosen for the $150.00 prizes and the right to perform again in a 10 to 12 minute performance on Saturday, August 2nd. Three acts MAY qualify for the State Fair Talent Show--1 children (1-9)—1 youth (10-17)—1 (adult 18 +) . A sound system will be provided with a sound tech and a CD player. CD accompaniments must have the lead vocal tracks completely removed! Instrumental and harmony tracks are okay. Bands will be expected to provide their own amps, keyboards, drums, etc. and to set-up and remove their equipment. All performances must be suitable for the family atmosphere at the stage. Performers under 16 get a pass and one for a parent/guardian. Performers 16 and over get a pass for themselves. For more information call 548-2711.

World Arduino Day Open House

Bend, OR, March 12, 2014 - BBT Architects in Bend, Oregon, is now accepting applications for their annual scholarship recognizing the achievements of one Central Oregon high school student. The $1,000 college scholarship, available to a high school senior, was created to encourage the creative spirit of those looking to pursue a career in a design profession. The scholarship is open to Central Oregon high school seniors planning on attending an accredited college or university with plans to pursue an education in a design-related field (Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture or Graphic Design) in the 2014 - 2015 academic year. Applicants are evaluated on career plans in design, financial need, scholastic record and motivation. The deadline for completed applications is Friday, April 11, 2014. All qualified students are encouraged to apply. Details and application packets are available at Central Oregon high school counseling and career centers. For more information or to request a packet, please call Amy Clark, Marketing Manager at 541-382-5535. About BBT Architects Founded in 1976, BBT Architects is a full-service commercial architectural firm with a staff of 16 professionals including eight licensed architects. BBT provides educational, medical, public, commercial and sustainable architectural and planning services.

Saturday, March 29, 2014 • 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. • Downtown Bend Library March 10, 2014 (Bend, Oregon) — What exactly is Arduino? According to the official website, “Arduino is an opensource electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.” Arduino technology was created for the average person, without advanced engineering knowledge, to use for building amazing and interesting devices of their own creation. If that still doesn’t clear things up, know that Arduino is cool, hip and is the latest craze in the Maker movement. Learn about Arduino and watch technology in action at the Downtown Bend Library on Saturday, March 29 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. The open house is free and open to the public and is part of the worldwide celebration of Arduino. Arduino Day is a worldwide celebration of Arduino’s first 10 years. It is 24 hours full of events, both official and independent, where people interested in Arduino can meet, share their experiences and learn more. David Robson, organizer of the event, and members of the Bend Arduino Group will be on hand to explain Arduino’s multi- purpose, real-world applications. Everyone active in Arduino technology is encouraged to come and meet others and bring their favorite project. “We’ll have Arduino projects on display, including a newly upgraded high school team’s Solar Car that uses Arduino technology for the dashboard control system, an Unmanned Aeriel Vehicle (UAV) with live first-person camera and GPS navigation, a diagnostic device invented by local equine entrepreneur Kelly Barnett that aims to save lame horses from being euthanized Free Family 2 Family Workshop by revolutionizing the equine field, a project for the high school robotic team and many projects from members of the Bend Arduino Group,” says Robson. People are welcome to drop by anytime for demonstrations and information. We are grateful to announce The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in the Eagle! The Arduino Open House is a precursor to workshops that will be included in the Library’s Summer Reading schedule. We are dedicated to helping Youth. Thanks to the support of local organizations and businesses including The Tech Alliance of Central Oregon, SmartWaiver The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is offering a free Family 2 Family workshop for 6 weeks beginning March and the Bend Arduino Group, 20 Arduino kits will be available for workshop participants to experience Arduino. 17. Two trained facilitators will lead the class. The classes are free and will meet at 6:00 PM-8:30 PM on Mondays and For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at Thursdays at La Pine High School. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) These classes are for families and all caregivers of loved ones with mental illness, whether diagnosed or not. Attendees should contact Liz at 312-1032. will learn about the many mental illnesses, manifestations, medications and side effects and how to best communicate with your loved one. Attendees will go home with handouts collected in a notebook. Best of all we all will tell our stories. On Thursdays from 6:00-8:30 PM at the high school, persons suffering from mental illness will meet with a facilitator in Online schools now enrolling grades K–12 a Peer to Peer workshop. To register for Family 2 Family and/or Peer to Peer, call Karen at 541-536-1151. Oregon Virtual Academy and Insight School of Oregon, full-time, online public schools, are now accepting applications from students statewide for the 2014-2015 school year. Oregon Virtual Academy and Insight School of Oregon students get individualized, effective instruction both online and offline with state-certified teachers and a mastery-based curriculum. Each school is available to Oregon K-12 students statewide at no cost. Students work with an Individualized Learning Plan and the schools offer core subjects, electives and advanced learner programs, as well as frequent opportunities for socialization including clubs, community-based projects, and field trips. Oregon families are invited to learn more about online education by signing up for in-person and online information sessions being held across the state throughout spring and summer. Families will have the opportunity to learn about: Oregon Virtual Academy: A full-time, online public charter school authorized by the North Bend School District. Oregon Virtual Academy serves students statewide in grades K-12, making it a comprehensive, tuition-free public school program that prepares students to be college and career ready at graduation. Insight School of Oregon: A full-time and part-time, statewide, no-cost, online school for grades K-12, with both a charter school and alternative school option. Insight School of Oregon is an accredited school targeted for supporting struggling students as an alternative to traditional public schools and preparing them for graduation and beyond. To find out which school might be the right option, families are encouraged to visit or contact an enrollment consultant at 866-YOUR-K12.

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Indoor Winter Walking extends to Spring Walking GET UP AND MOVE THIS SPRING. La Pine Parks and Recreation, Rebound Physical Therapy and the La Pine Community Health Center have sponsored Winter Walking this winter. Walkers have requested that we extend the program to include the month of April. Hours are 9:00 am to 11:00 am, ion Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Drop in, it is free. Hosted by the La Pine Ya Ya Sisterhood For further information call 541-536-2223.

Death Notices Jeral “Jerry” Lee Bateman of La Pine, Oregon

October 4, 1936 to March 1, 2014. Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine Services: Jerry’s family will have a private scattering of the ashes at the coast at a later date. Contributions can be made to: Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701.

Cecil Edward Layman of La Pine, Oregon

December 24, 1921 to February 7, 2014. Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine A viewing, visitation and sharing of memories was held at Baird Memorial Chapel in La Pine. An Urn Committal will take place in Heber City Cemetery in Utah at a later date. Contributions can be made to: Heart ‘N Home Hospice & Palliative Care, P O Box 1888, La Pine, OR 97739

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Julia (Hawkins) Moore of La Pine, Oregon

September 4, 1924 to March 3, 2014. Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine Services: A family Celebration of Julia’s Life will be held at a later date in the Medford area.

Richard H. Townsend of La Pine, Oregon

December 21, 1949 to February 19, 2014. Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine Contributions can be made to: Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701.

Randall “Randy” Trautman of La Pine, Oregon

May 27, 1960 to March 1, 2014. Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine Services: JA Memorial Service was held March 5, 2014 at High Lakes Christian Church in La Pine. Contributions can be made to: Humane Society of Central Oregon,

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Obituaries: 2 sizes: 1/6 page $50.00, R4 page size $25.00, and may include a photo. Contact funeral home or Newberry Eagle at 541-5363972, email: for more information. When obituaries are displayed, the deceased’s death notice will not be listed. The Newberry Eagle reserves the right to edit all submitted content.

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Business • Real Estate • Health Care Annual Crab Feed Faced First Time Obstacle with Crab Limits Community members love to volunteer and help out at the Crab Feed.

By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter

On March 8th the hundreds of crab lovers lined up outside the La Pine Community Center (LPCC). (Some of them showed up at 9:30 AM to get in line first!) Inside the tables were set for the first 240 patrons and the volunteers in the kitchen, out at the crab tables and on the floor were ready. The Crustacean Fountain was preparing to serve the people who would be waiting to have dinner. Crabby Patty opened the Retail Shack to sell a few Crabby mementoes (T-shirts, necklaces, soap, hats, crab crackers, butter warmers and more) and by 11:30, one half hour before the 12 noon start to the annual feast, the entry doors were thrown open to greet the ticket holders. Within a half an hour, the first seating was in their chairs and it was a go! Every year the La Pine Frontier Days Association holds an all you can eat Crab Feed on the second Saturday of March. They started to do this over a decade ago (this was number 13) to boost funds for their annual Frontier Days Celebration that they hold every year on the 4th of July. It started small (200 folks came the first year, 350 the second year and the third year was about 500) and moved up in the numbers during the years until this year we weighed in at the 800ish figure for the second time. By the time the event was nearly over and they were serving their last few patrons, this year there was a glitch. The crab was down to the bottom of the buckets Volunteer servers at the Crab Feed - Deschutes County Commissioner Tony DeBone and his son, Mike DeBone.

and, with a heavy heart, a few people had to be turned away and refunded. In 2004 we paid $1975.00 for the crab. This year we paid $18,812.50 for the crab. You do the math! For the folks that came early (before 4:30-5 PM), along with the many hard working volunteers who served the customers and the organizers who hosted the event, it was a great day! Everybody was very pleased with how everything was going through the afternoon event. The waiting room was filled with folks having a good visit. The tables were filled with folks who loved to eat crab. The formula used to support the event with over two pounds of cleaned crab per person fell a little short this year and it is spurring conversations about how to make the changes that need to be made before the next event in 2015! Whatever happens to make the event more of a sure thing for every group that comes to share the party, the Crab Feed is one of the best things that happens in La Pine every year. The La Pine Frontier Days Association would like you to get involved, volunteer, make some notes about what you like- or not- about the event and let the office know. The contact person is Ann Gawith or her assistant, Dayle Boucher. They will be in the office in the afternoons if you have questions! 541-536-7821

L - R: Crabby Patty, La Pine Rodeo Queen, and Carol Blackwood.

50/50 Drawing was John Harris from Sunriver. Ann Gawith Frontier Days Director right presenting his prize.

2014 La Pine Frontier Days Association Crab Feed drew approximately 800 people.

Radio Connection Show has open Slots for Interviews By T. Myers, Eagle Reporter For the past few years, KITC FM radio has been featuring a Chamber of Commerce Connection Show on Thursday mornings at 7-8AM with your local host Ann Gawith, Chamber Executive Director and her guest co-host of the week. The Chamber Connection Show is open to chamber members, nonprofits, and interesting individuals who want to promote their businesses, their events or their ideas about what is happening in the community. It has always been a venue for members to talk about their new products and has been a good way to advertise their after-hours events or anniversary specials. We have featured many different owners and employees over the past years and since we do a weekly broadcast, it would be terrific to get a new 2014 Spring schedule of you appearing on the radio show during the drive time segment on an upcoming Thursday! How can you get involved? It is easy! Just make a call (541-536-9771) into the Chamber and talk with Ann or Teri about your idea to appear and let them schedule you for an AM show. If you are a business that is interested in becoming part of the Radio Connection Program let us know when… Do you have a big sale coming up? Are you part of the local events that need a word to the public? Can you be the voice of your business in a question and answer informational broadcast that would be terrific for your business? Did you know that sponsoring our local radio station is a great opportunity to get the word out in terms of advertising your business? The monthly sponsorship rates are very low, and since we are a public radio station, you could have as many as 12 messages a day for a contract for regular support! KITC owner, Bill Scally works with locals to create a great ad and he schedules the times of day and will even help with voice over work. The local sister station is located in downtown La Pine right

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inside the Chamber building and La Pine’s Radio Roughnecks are waiting top. The Chamber wants you all to know that the radio station is currently raising funds to erect the new tower that will give us a higher wattage and more power in La Pine. The new station call letters are KNCP (K Newberry Country Pride) and with more advertising/sponsorship support of the radio station, including donations to KITC for the new sister station, we hope to be up and running at full capacity in the summer for the tourists. We have featured Bill Scally the owner of KITCFM Radio and one of La Pine’s biggest supporters in past connection stories. Scally has singlehandedly designed the programming and procured the permits for both stations out of his own pocket and the goodness of his heart! Now he needs a little help. What can you do? Call the office to schedule an interview to boost your own business, teach something to the listening audience. Call to set up a radio spot to advertise who you are and what you are doing. Call to make a donation to the new tower so we can go full power from downtown La Pine and let’s make it an easy listening spring- featuring you- our Chamber members, our local non-profits and our local supporters as we build the Chamber Radio Connection and promote our new local station (KNCP) that will be able to broadcast all over Newberry Country!

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Real Estate For Sale: Half Acre Lot in Deschutes River Recreaton Homesites - Clean, Wooded parcel. Power connection incuded at seller’s expense. 17125 Downey Bend, Or 97707 $25,000. Contact Sharon - 301.331.7685 or 301.846.0004

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