North Morrow Volume XVIIII Number 9
April 6, 2012
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Frostbite Golf Tournament brings out locals and not-solocals to support scholarships for Riverside youth Willow Run Golf Course was full on Saturday, March 31 for the annual Frostbite Golf Tournament, with 20 teams of four golfers each
Greg Jablonski. Bob Graham’s team, that comes each year from the Willamette Valley won the Yellow Ball.
1st place Low Gross team Ted Proctor, Tom Hoskot, John Photos contributed Church and Russ Benson. participating this year. The weather started out great, then about 1:30 the rain decided to come but that didn’t deter the golfers. Again this year there was a hole in one and the lucky golfer won the television set from the Hole-In Prize Insurance the Chamber purchases. Congratulations to Gordon Lienau for the hole in one for the second year in a row! 1st Place Low Gross was a team from Arlington, Ted Proctor, Tom Hoskot, John Church and Russ Benson. 2nd Place Low Gross was won by Ray Michael, Gordon Lienau, Gary Fisher and Jeff Bufton. 1st Place Low Net was earned by Russ Scholl, Bill Harshfield, Jason McAndrew and Aaron Fiegum. Closest to the Pin was Neil Livingston. Longest Drive was
erties, Avista, Bank of Eastern Oregon, Boardman Foods, Boardman Hardware, Devin Oil, Express Employment Professionals, Frederickson Farms, KRP Management, Mountain Valley Land, Oregon First Community Credit Union, Portland General Electric, River Lodge and Grill, and Umatilla Electric Coop, Wildhorse Resort and Casino, Echo Hills Golf Course, Desert Lanes, Morrow Cold Storage, China Creek Golf Course, Sunrise Café, Judy Scott’s ChuckWagon, C & D Drive In, Port of Morrow, Boardman Marina Park, American Printing, Hodgen Distributing, Mouse Factory Beauty Salon, Resers Fine Foods, Banner Bank and Willow Run Golf Course. We couldn’t hold this event without the help of all the volunteers; Committee members, Dean Kegler, Mike Nunez, Jack Triperinas and volunteers for the event, Karen Pettigrew, Art Kegler, Anna Browne, Julie Gisi and Jackie
Yep, he did it again! Gordon Lienau got a hole-in-one for the second year in a row, winning (another) television!
2nd Place Low Gross team Ray Michael, Gordon Lienau, Gary Fisher and Jeff Bufton. Special Thanks to all of the Hole Sponsors and that donated prizes to make this such a successful event and help raise the funds for the Riverside High School Scholarship Fund: American West Prop-
McCauley. Thank you to Rod at the Willow Run Golf Course for all he does to make this a successful event and to the Tillicum Club for a great lunch.
1st Place Low Net team Russ Schoo, Bill Harshfield, Jason McAndrew and Aaron Fiegum
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Community Calendar April, 2012 6 Storyhour (most Fridays) Oregon Trail Library Boardman @10:45 7 Senior Breakfast at the Boardman Senior Center 7:30 -10:30 am 9 Public Health Clinic (each Monday &Tuesday ) 8:30 - 4:30 pm closed 12:30 - 1:00 pm Boardman - County Building Irrigon Senior Meal (each Monday) Stokes Landing in Irrigon - Noon Gardening Friends meets (2nd Monday each month) 2 pm at Margie Parks home, call 481-9457 for directions and info on the meeting Greenfield Grange Meeting (2nd Monday) 6:30 pm, Boardman Grange 10 Boardman Senior Meal (each Tuesday & Thursday) Noon, Senior Center Boardman, located by the City Hall 12 Domestic Violence/Womens Support Group (each Thursday) 4:00-6:30 pm at SCF Office in Boardman Columbia River Harvesters meeting (2nd Thursday each month) at The Greenfield Grange Boardman Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at 300 SW Wilson Lane, Boardman 15 National Volunteer Appreciation Week is April 15th through April 21st 17 Boardman City Council Meeting - 1st & 3rd Tuesdays - 7pm - City Hall Tillicum Club meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month @ 7:00 pm Call 571-3142 for meeting locations 18 County Court - Boardman - River Front Center - 9:00 am Boardman Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Noon, Port of Morrow Boardman City Planning Commission - City Hall - 7:00 pm Boardman Rural Fire Protection District Meeting, Fire Hall 300 SW Wilson Lane. 7:00 pm 19 Boardman Kiwanis Meeting (1st & 3rd Thursday of each month) River Lodge & Grill @ 6:30 24 Boardman Park & Recreation District Meeting @ Park Office - 7:30 PM
May, 2012 2 Morrow County Fair board meeting 6 pm at the Fairgrounds.
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Boardman couple celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary “Who is that pretty girl braiding tion manager and your heifer’s tail?” What a pickup production suline Howard Salmon had back in pervisor at Gourhis youth in Ohio! He was asking met Foods for his friend, John as they were walk- Norm Hyder, then ing though the dairy barn for a 4-H retiring after three competition. “It’s my sister, hip surgeries. Winnie,” replied John. And the Not one to be rest, as they say, is history. Winnie idle, Howard and Howard Salmon are celebrat- opened a small ing their 60th year of wedded bliss engine repair on April 20th, but their five chil- shop behind C & dren have planned a potluck cel- D Drive In, reloebration April 21st at the Boardman cating to his Senior Center from noon to 5 pm. home garage sevThe public is invited to attend, the eral years later main entree, drink and dessert is years. being provided. Bring a side dish Winnie had odd or salad. Honored guests are the jobs here and Boardman seniors, with Howard there, including a 6-year stint as a and Winnie the “special guests”. After growing up in the same nurse’s aide at Winnie and Howard Salmon will celebrate county in Ohio, Howard and the Enterprise their 60th wedding anniversary on April 20th. Winnie married on April 20, 1952. Hospital and They lived in Ohio on a dairy farm manager of the Boardman man being constructed. A two-year until 1956, when they moved west camp when the coal fired plant was break from living in Boardman occurred in 1980 when to the San Francisco Howard and Winnie area where Howard lived in Evanston, was a transport Wyoming when driver, pasteurizer Winnie was the Assisand plant supervisor tant Manager of 1,700for Foremost Dairies. person man camp and Missing the rural life, Howard was maintethey chose Joseph, nance supervisor durOregon in 1969 to be ing the construction their next residence. of the Chevron Gas By then, they had Purification Plant. Aftheir five children: ter returning to Judy Taylor, Bonnie Boardman in 1982, Wagner, David Howard drove school Salmon, Kathy bus for ten years. He Lorentz and Steven finally had to quit afSalmon. They all now ter his last hip surgery live in the Willamette left him unable to climb Valley except for Judy the stairs into the bus. who lives in Las VeThe Salmons gas. have been long-time In 1974, the supporters of the Salmons moved to Boardman Senior Boardman, following Center, with Winnie John Prag and Alan serving as past Vice Holmes to work in President. Most Tuesraising potatoes. days and Thursdays Howard has had one can find the many jobs since their Salmons partaking of move to the the Senior Meal and Boardman area, inenjoying visiting with cluding ranch hand, Howard and Winnie Salmon cut their wedding the other community work at Taggares and cake after being married in Homerville, Ohio on members attending. Sabre Farms, sanitaApril 20, 1952
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Chamber After Hours held CHIP announces biggest winners Over one ton 2,000 pounds! of weight lost at Boardman Hardware Congratulations to Scott Carter, Stacy Shelton and Sharon Camarillo of Ione; Dennis Lien, Sarah Good and Virginia Voight of Heppner; and Bill Hancock, Barbara Hemnes and Lisa Pringle of Boardman who
earned cash prizes totaling $2,700.00 by losing the greatest percentage of body weight in their respective community’s competition. The results from the Irrigon final weigh-in and announcement
Bill Hancock donated his Boardman 1st prize of $500 to the Riverside Wrestling Team. Photos contributed Ray Michael takes the winning ticket selected by Boardman Chamber Ambassader Anna Browne. Back Row Boardman Chamber Ambassaders Rebecca Flores and Alicia Aguilar. Thursday evening, March 29th Boardman Hardware held a Chamber After Hours gathering. Owners Ray and Carol Michael hosted dozens of townspeople, who stopped by to thank Ray for his many years of service and support to the community. Many door prizes were given away, a scavenger hunt led people throughout the store, free yardsticks, and other souvenirs were available along with finger foods and bottled water.
Chamber Director Diane Wolfe praised the Michaels for their dedication to the Boardman community. Open since 1978, the Michaels recently closed the pharmacy, but the liquor store and hardware and sundries departments remain open. Boardman Hardware and Liquor Store is located at 202 1st Street, NW, (next to the Post Office) and is open 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturdays. The store is closed on Sundays. Barb Hemnes, Boardman won $300 for 2nd (above); while Lisa Pringle won $100 and 3rd.
lifestyle program. As of April 2, participants in Boardman, Heppner, Irrigon and Ione lost over one ton (2,000 pounds) of body weight! The MCCHIP, a partnership of community members and human service organizations, initiated the Biggest Winner program to increase awareness and educate the community about local health issues. A significant portion of the county population is affected by, or at risk for developing chronic disease, which was determined by examining data and information collected in the county-wide health needs assessment. Because health behaviors that contribute to the development of many chronic diseases include obesity, inactivity and tobacco use, the intent of the program was to encourage healthy lifestyle changes in those areas. One participant explained, “Our whole family made changes
of first place ($500), second place ($300) and third place ($100) winners will be available next week, as the program concluded in Irrigon on April 3 and results were not available at press time. Bill Hancock of Boardman donated his first prize winnings of $500.00 to the Riverside wrestling team to assist with the cost of attendHeppner’s Biggest Winners ing summer camp. Bill said, “Supporting the wrestling to our life, cooking, eating and exteam was important to him. The ercising.” Another stated, “I team continues to look for addi- thought it was a great program. I tional opportunities to raise funds came away with lots of good hints to further their training if commu- and ideas and a better feeling about myself.” MCCHIP would like to acknowledge the contributions made to the program and thank local restaurants that supported healthier eating choices, individuals who promoted physical activities and instructors that provided fitness classes and the Morrow County Health District and ColumIone’s Biggest Winners bia River Community nity members would also like to Health Services for donating lab services. We encourage you to contribute.” For the past twelve weeks, Mor- visit the website http://ohsu.edu/ row County residents had an op- MCCHIP if you are interested in portunity to participate in a weight improving your health or the loss competition and healthy wellness of Morrow County!
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Boardman Rural Fire Protection District attends local joint training
Boardman Rural Fire Protection District Firefighters Top Row left to right: Richard Stith, Richard Hernandez, Brian Wright, Sam Turman, and Jeff Nichols. Bottom row left to right: Casey Zellars, Lt. Adam Cole, and Lt. Zack Lantis Photo contributed Boardman Rural Fire Protection District attended a Ventilation and Search & Rescue training hosted by Irrigon Rural Fire Protection District on January 26, 2012. During trainings like this one, firefighters of all levels from both districts sharpen their skills and less experienced firefighters are
exposed to real life scenarios. During these trainings we control the atmosphere and slow things down to make sure that all firefighters are ready in a true emergency. We then have the opportunity at the end of the drill to critique how things went and to answer any questions that come up. Boardman Fire and Irrigon
Fire have a great working relationship and will be continuing to train together. Boardman Rural Fire Protection District is accepting applications for volunteer firefighters. Join today and share in the pride, professional spirit and friendship among the career and volunteer members of the department.
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Spring has sprung at BMCC With Spring Term beginning on Monday, April 2. Classes began at all campuses for the last term of this academic year. Locally, students may still register for some classes in the Boardman/ Irrigon area. A fast-paced and fun Zumba class is being offered in both towns. On Mondays and Wednesdays, Ashley Tripp will offer Zumba at AC Houghton Elementary School in Irrigon from 5:30-6:30 and on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Helen Gallaway will have a session at Sam Boardman Elementary School in Boardman at the same time. Cost for the class is $59 ($29 for those age 62 and over.) Marv Landon will offer a Strength Training class in Irrigon at Irrigon Jr/ Sr High School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 pm. This is a class stressing toning and fitness and can be tailored for almost any body. Cost of the class is $49 for the ten week session. Students may register online at www.bluecc.edu or contact BMCC Boardman at 541-4812099 for assistance. In Boardman, a variety of computer application classes are available ranging from Computer Basics to Word and Excel 2010. Check the Interactive Online Schedule at www.bluecc.edu (Click on Students, Schedule of Classes and Search for Boardman) for details. Spring time is also the perfect time to plan for the next academic year which is set to kick off in summer term 2012. Students should fill out a FAFSA, the form required to qualify for financial aid. Students should also do the other tasks needed to get started such as take the placement test, visit with an advisor, and make an academic plan. These services are available at BMCC Boardman during regular office hours, Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-5 pm and other times by appointment. Remember, BMCC Boardman is available to proctor distance education exams four days per week. Call to set up an appointment at 541-4812099.
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Boardman Buzzzzzzzz Hello Community Spring is here, at least according to the calendar. Hopefully April will bring some warmer weather and nice spring showers to get help turn the grass a beautiful Diane Wolfe, CEO green and the flowers to bloom. And I guess that means we will need to be getting our lawn mowers out from storage and ready to run! We have completed another successful Frostbite Golf Tournament and we had a full slate of teams. Doesn’t seem to matter
what the weather is, the golfers love the tournament and it is great to be able to raise funds for the RHS scholarship program. The first quarter of 2012 was a really busy one but we accomplished a lot for the community of Boardman and the surrounding areas. Now we are busy working on making the Boardman Thunder 4th of July celebration the best one ever. If you can’t join the planning team you are more than welcome to share your ideas and we will discuss them at the meetings. This is a project for the community so we need your input. Have a great spring and I’ll talk to you next month. di
Rolling Hills Run Morrow County Health District is sponsoring the Rolling Hills Run – a 5K run – 10K Run – 5K Walk and the 1 mile kids’ fun run. Saturday, April 28 at 10:00 am. at the Morrow County Fairgrounds in Heppner. To register and for additional information visit http://www.active.com/running/heppner-or/ rolling-hills-run-2012. We also have brochures available here at the Chamber office.
the SAGE Center including hiring of additional staff. * Build relationships with the multi-cultural community building our volunteer base thru contacts with the businesses, schools and churches. * Research needs and opportunities for retail and service business development. * Take an active leadership and supporting role in the community Enhancement Project to include help in getting the community center to a bond issue. * Revisit the opportunity/existence of a youth advisory committee as a sub-goal/ committee of the chamber board where they meet and serve the same goals. * Develop event committees chaired by a board member where at least 3 non-board, chamber members serve on the committee. Please contact Diane if you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help out with any of the goals.
Chamber Lunch - April 18th Sponsored by Express Employment Professionals!!! Ralph Curran and Jim Thornton will be speaking to us on the SIGNS program (Surgically Implanted Generation Network). This is a project that the local Kiwanis raises money for each month. They will also show us pictures of a project our RHS Key Club raised money for to build a surgery center in Tanzania. Also speaking to us is Representative Greg Smith sharing a bit about Amber Energy and how this facility would be good for our area and how we can help make sure that people from out-of-state don’t dictate what is built in our area. Express Employment Professionals is sponsoring the April 18 Chamber Luncheon honoring the Professional Assistants at 12:00 noon at the Port of Morrow. Catering the lunch is the River Lodge and Grill. Cost for lunch is $10 per person and RSVP is required by Monday, April 16. 541-481-3014 Riverside Track Meet April 7th is the Columbia River Invite Track meet. The meet starts at 11:00. They need Volunteers from 10:30-3:00 or from 12:304:30. Contact Coach Boor at the high school if you are interested in helping. Boardman Chamber Goals - 2012 The Board of Directors is pleased to share with you the Goals for the 2012 year. * Establish a business plan focusing on
4th of July Celebration We need your help! Please volunteer and help us out with the planning for the Boardman Thunder 4th of July celebration. We need your ideas to help make this great event even greater! Going away for the holiday is not an excuse to not help plan the event! You do not have to be present on the 4th, you just need to have some ideas and suggestions now! We will have our first planning meeting on Thursday, April 12 at 7:30 am at the Boardman Marina Park. We will probably only need 2 or 3 planning meetings, so please call today and tell me you would be thrilled to help out with this project! Save the Date May 4, the Hermiston Chamber will host the Chick-fil-A Leadercast, a broadcast live from Atlanta. This is a one-day leadership event featuring several renowned leaders speaking on leadership issues that you face every day. For a list of speakers and more information call the Boardman Chamber or
go on line to www.chick-fil-ALeadercast.com or call the Hermiston Chamber. The event starts at 8:00 am and concludes at 3:30 pm at the Hermiston Conference Center. Cost is $45 for chamber members and $55 for non members. Candidates Forum Mark your calendar for Thursday, April 26 at 6:30 pm for the Candidates Forum at the Port of Morrow hosted by the Boardman Chamber of Commerce. The contested races for County Commissioner, County Surveyor and State Senate District 29 have been invited to attend. At this time the Chamber has not finalized with the candidates so the exact process for the evening is still be outlined. BUT we will have a forum so you can be an informed voter. National Volunteer Week April 15 - 21 THANK YOU TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS THAT MAKE BOARDMAN SUCH A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE. We always appreciate all the work that volunteers do know that we can’t live without them and all that they do. Remember to give the volunteers you work with special thanks during Volunteer Week April 15-21.
Cinco de Mayo The Cinco de Mayo celebration will be held on the actual date this year, May 5 at the Boardman Marina Park. The event will start at noon with the American and Mexican flag salutes followed by lots of fun activities. We are planning to bring back the folkloric dancers, have some great live music, the essay contest, the little miss pageant, a talent show and lots of fun entertainment happening all day. Watch for more information on the festival coming out soon. Work on Wellness in Morrow County An opportunity for local businesses to learn and bout health insurance costs and employee wellness opportunities. Lunch will be provided. Planned topics include: · Simple steps businesses can take to encourage better employee health · A presentation on factors influencing your health insurance costs · Presentation of local success stories and county wide efforts to improve health Heppner - Tuesday, April 24, Episcopal Church 11:30 – 1:00 Boardman – Wednesday, April 25, Port of Morrow 11:30 – 1:00
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9th annual Joker’s Ball winners announced “No shirt, no shoes, No ballroom blues. Put on a grin, Stay home and Win!” was the procedure for those who purchased tickets for the 2012 Joker’s Ball. A wonderful time (in spirit only) was had by all. The Joker’s Ball annual fundraiser organized by the North Morrow Community Foundation benefits “Arts Impact Youth” programs in Boardman and Irrigon Schools. For each ticket purchase, the buyer’s name was placed in a prize drawing. The drawing was held on April Fool’s Day, winners didn’t need to be present. More than $1,800.00 was raised, enough for two weeks of guest Artist In Residency education, or half the expense of Missoula Theater workshops for The Tortoise Vs. The Hare . Winning tickets were drawn by Directors of North Morrow Community Foundation, and Missoula Theater Staff. Jocelyn Jones, Boardman, won the Pendleton
Round Up Gift Package, and Jane Pope, Boardman, won the Wildhorse Resort Get-a-Way Package. Deanna Camp won the OMSI family pass, and Kelly Finch won the Silverwood Theme Park pass. Other winners included Sarah Eakin, Gwen Simpson, Kathy Neal, Marge Shankle, Rosemary Lynn Allport, Carol Michael, Pat Klacter, Gary Hunt, Mike Camp, John Sebastian, Eric Miller, Betty Garcia, Alyssa Daltoso, Pam Fisher, Barbara Gonsales, Bernice Chault, Sherry Snodgrass, David Melville, Vicki Volk, and Terry Tallman, Additional winners were: Deanne Camp, Lynn Prag, Gordon Lienau, Lisa Connell, Mindy Binder, Glenda Mespelt, Josh Gray, Michelle Raible, George Schimer, Betty Gertler, Alyssa Daltoso and Millie Baker. Lisa Constantine and Mary Lou Daltoso volunteered many hours, promoting the Joker’s Ball, acquiring donations from local organizations and businesses.
Please support these prize donors: Hermiston Quickie Lube; Wilcox Furniture; Desert Lanes Bowling; West Winds Nursery; Les Schwab; Starbucks; The Local Place; Fuddruckers; Ixtapa; & Nookies Restaurants in Hermiston; Mouse Factory, Port of Morrow, Tri-City Dust Devils; Doherty – Russell Car Wash, Boardman Hardware, Home Depot, Hermiston Drug, Big Five, Select Market, Banner Bank, Bank of Eastern Oregon, Simply Devine Salon & Day Spa, Kopacz Nursery, Select Market, Eagle Hot Lakes RV Park, Boardman Marina Park, Daltoso Family, OMSI, Silverwood Theme Park, Lunch Lady, Our Place, Sunrise Café, Maryhill Winery, Pendleton Round-up, Wildhorse Resort, Columbia River Processing, and North Morrow Community Foundations. Proceeds from the Joker’s Ball help North Morrow Community Foundation to provide arts enrichment programs to 1753 Irrigon and Boardman students.
Pictured above Left to Right are four of this year’s winners for the Joker’s Ball: Cheryl Tallman, Millie Baker, Kelly Finch, and Marge Shankle. They all won a prize by purchasing a $10 ticket at the (in spirit only) 9th annual Joker’s Ball. The Joker’s ball benefits “Arts Impact Youth” programs in Boardman and Irrigon Schools. The Joker’s Ball is the major fundraiser for the North Morrow Community Foundation.
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Irrigon & Boardman Students Outstanding in THE TORTOISE VS. THE HARE
Saturday March 31st the Missoula Childrenâ€™s Theater held two performances of the Tortoise versus the Hare at Windy River Elementary. Pictured above the whole cast made up of K-12 students from Boardman and Irrigon. Pictured Right are Curly Burly Hare played by Lina Dunn and Coach Shelly Bowlback played by Dixie Gonzalez. From toddlers to golden agers, audience members got a fresh look at an old favorite Saturday, March 31. The classic tale of the competition between the speedy rabbit and the steady turtle was presented in format of a televised race between the reptiles and the mammals Windy River Elementary School Gymnasium was the lively format featuring a tortoise, a conceited hare, a sweet bunny, rascally weasels, singing ferrets and scaly reptiles at the annual Animal â€“Reptile Competition. Thirty Six youth gave two exemplary performances at 2:00 and 5:00 pm at Windy River Elementary in Boardman. Despite the excitement of a fire alarm malfunction during the morning dress rehearsal, the performance was smooth and professional.
Regan Meyers, Alax Dunn and Hanna Lawson portrayed famous media sportscasters; Lina Dunn was the speed devil, Curly Burly Hare; and Dixie Gonzalez was the steady Tortoise Coach Shelly Bowlback; Weather forecasters and stagehands were: Kayden Kendrick; Hayden Meyers, Dalton Schneider, Carson Spaur and McKenna Kendrick. McKenzee Wilson, Hannah Wilson and Teagan Birt were Ferrets; Estrella Daltoso and Stephanie Gonzales were Wily Weasels. Esther Bunny was played by Natalie Delacruz, and Allison Newton was the lost Bonnie Bunny. As for the reptiles; Kloe McAllister, Susan Newton, and Julio Bernal were handsome, clever geckos; Leticia Bernal, Makenna Collins, Olivia Lawson, Kaleb Kendrick,
Easter Bake Sale Sat., April 7th Starting at 8 a.m. at the Boardman Senior Center Sponsored by: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church The sale benefits a variety of projects, including, church activities an the community at large
Dezirae Klaviter, Alyssa Luna and Joey Pringle were assorted chameleons, snakes, frogs, toads, dragons and lizards. The Posse was composed of Xenia Velasco, Nahomy Claustro, & Haley White. Noah McAllister, Joshua Wilson, Maria Smith, Kayla Chairez, Haley Daltoso and Maricela Luna were members of the loud and energetic Fan Club. Musical Accompanist was Connie McElrath, and our Traveling Tour Directors from Missoula MT were Megan Wiltshire and Mandi Jung. This Free weeklong Theater Artist in Residency was funded by North Morrow Community Foundation, Morrow County Cultural Coalition and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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RHS Drama Department performed Agatha Christie’s play “The Hollow”
Edward Angkatell(Aaron Lester) speaks with Midge Harvey (Megan Hearn). Officers (in real life RHS teachers) Mr. Carpenter and Mr Cornelius assess the scene shortly after the murder of Dr. John Cristow (Lance Bose).
Gudgeon (Francisco Tinoco) and the Maid (Kristen Frederickson).
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Tristan Collins played Sir Henry Angkatell, Caitlin Hearn as Gerda Cristow,, Lance Bose as Dr. John Cristow, and Veronica Gray played by Jennifer Ashe.
Sir Henry Angkatell (Tristan Collins) tries to help Dr. John Cristow played by Lance Bose,after being shot.
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L-R Inspector Colquhoun played by Sarah Bose goes over the details of the death of Dr. John Cristo with Sergeant Penny played by Dixie Gonzalez.
Henrietta Angkatell played by Caitlin Nelson.
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New choir blooms in Boardman
Rolling Hills Run 2012
Nineteen students from Windy River Elementary and Sam Boardman Elementary are joining to create Windy River Singers. This after-school choir began rehearsals in February and hopes to be able to bring music to events in our community. With a generous donation from the North Morrow Community Foundation, this choir will attending the Eastern Oregon Children’s Choir Festival held at Eastern Oregon University in LaGrande on April 9. If you would like to know more about this group or invite them to sing, please contact Louise Kienzle at 541-481-2526 (WRE) or 541-481-7383 (SBE). Choir members but Not pictured: Michael Carroll, Martin Chavez, Emily Diaz, Fatima Diaz, Brittney Ellison and Savannah Patterson.
In support of the county-wide focus on a healthy lifestyle, and in order to promote the Morrow County Health District’s vision of promoting wellness and improving health, The District is happy to again sponsor the Rolling Hills Run again in 2012, announced District Administrator Mike Blauer. The event will be Saturday, April 28th at 10 am at the Morrow County Fairgrounds in Heppner. It will include a 5K walk/run, a 10K run and a Kids’ Fun Run. The course will be the same as in years past with contestants walking and running along Highway 74. Prizes will be awarded by age groups. Early registration is available online through April 5th and costs $8 without a T-shirt and $20 with a T-shirt. Hooded sweatshirts will also be available at an additional cost. Early registrants will be able
Back row, left to right: Vicky Landeros, Malyssa Smith, Isabella Ganvoa, Rose Jurcich, Sayra Diaz and Naomi Cloustro Middle row: James Tiboni, Elizabeth Brown, Jesus Carmona, Chasity Hancock and Zoey Gilbert Front row: Dezirae Klaviter, Angela Barragan, Adaisya Ferrer and Lupita Silva Photo contributed
Council sets priorities for city projects At the March 6th City Council Meeting, the Boardman City Council made sidewalks their number one priority for the next two fiscal years. They have allocated $10,000 each year for the next two fiscal years to finish all the areas within the city without sidewalks. Currently the City has regulations which require sidewalks to be installed when a new project is built in the city. Approximately 13,000 feet of sidewalk is needed to finish the areas that are undeveloped or on properties which were devel-
oped before city regulations required sidewalks. The City will be working with property owners to complete these projects by the end of 2014. Other priorities include the paving of Olson Road, installing electric along NE Front Street for a future farmer’s market, and the paving of NE Columbia Avenue. In other City business, the Council heard a presentation from Morrow County School Superintendant Dirk Dirksen re-
garding the school’s budget reduction for the next two or three years and the need to renew the serial levy in May. The City also heard an update from Kim Travis of the Oregon Solutions Team on ideas the team has come up with to promote the development of Boardman. One idea the team has is to offer gap-financing for developers of new home construction in Boardman. Another idea is to encourage business growth by offering incentives.
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to guarantee their T-shirt or sweatshirt purchase. Registration will be allowed after April 5th and on the day of the race; however,
fees will increase slightly and Tshirt and sweatshirt availability will not be guaranteed. Proceeds from the event will go toward community health education in Morrow County. For additional information and to register, look for a brochure in your community or visit: http:// www.active.com/running/heppneror/rolling-hills-run-2012.
Hub of the Northwest Coming Soon ~ SAGE CENTER Sustainable AGriculture and Energy An interactive visitor center showcasing the region’s industries and resources that will enhance the Boardman area with 10,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space, as well as additional amenities, including outdoor exhibits and playground, a gift shop, and a fully equipped theater for the community and business groups. BEAUTIFUL OFFICE SPACE available with a magnificent view of the Columbia River and plenty of parking, located at the Riverfront Center - 2 Marine Drive, Boardman. We have a 2,410 sq ft office that can be divided into two separate offices and we also have a 1,025 sq ft office available. For more information please call the Port of Morrow @ 541-481-7678.
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Boardman Police Department taking back unwanted prescription drugs Boardman, Oregon – On April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Boardman Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications for disposal to the Boardman Police Department at 200 City Center Circle in Boardman. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Chief Stokoe encourages everyone to take advantage of this service. Last October, Americans turned in 377,080 pounds—188.5 tons— of prescription drugs at over 5,300 sites operated by the DEA and nearly 4,000 state and local law enforcement partners. In its three previous Take Back events, DEA
and its partners took in almost a million pounds—nearly 500 tons— of pills. This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards.
Four days after the first event, Congress passed the Secure and Responsible Drug Disposal Act of 2010, which amends the Controlled Substances Act to allow an “ultimate user” of controlled substance medications to dispose of them by delivering them to entities authorized by the Attorney General to accept them. The Act also allows the Attorney General to authorize long term care facilities to dispose of their residents’ controlled substances in certain instances. DEA is drafting regulations to implement the Act, a process that can take as long as 24 months. Until new regulations are in place, local law enforcement agencies like [agency] and the DEA will continue to hold prescription drug take-back events every few months.
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CAR WASH Get your car washed this spring. May 3rd at the Boardman Shell parking lot from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm The Columbia River Harvesters will be holding a carwash to raise money to purchase canned and dried goods, and produce for their members. All proceeds goes to the Columbia River Harvesters
CHIP to hold Health Summit Morrow County businesses are invited to a forum to discuss county-wide efforts to improve community health, share information. The Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) of Morrow County will also share information to encourage better employee health and promote local discussion among businesses. A
complimentary lunch will be served. Be sure to attend one of the two forums: April 24, at All Saints Episcopal Church, 140 NW Church Street, Heppner or April 25 at the Port of Morrow, 2 Marine Drive, Boardman. Both forums will be from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Please call 541/989-8232 or email:
firstname.lastname@example.org by April 6th to indicate if you will be attending the luncheon. Morrow County Community Health Improvement Partnership is dedicated to improving health from rivers to rolling hills. Recently CHIP promoted The Biggest Winner in a successful campaign of weight loss throughout Morrow County.
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
on Saturday, April 7th, 10:00 am at the Boardman Marina Park. There will be lots of eggs to gather with candies inside! There will also be a designated area for special needs children, with chaperones provided by the Tillicum Club. Come & join the fun!
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Bagpipes entertain Seniors
Boardman Senior Center was treated to the music of Ray Gallagher March 22nd. The Portland professional played both the “small pipes” (photo left) and the “big pipes” (right). Gallagher is a member of Columbia Regional Pipe Band in Tri Cities, and you can catch his next performance August 4th in Spokane.
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Training to become a Certified Ombudsman Volunteer will be held beginning May 8, 2012 in the LaGrande area. This is a State of Oregon volunteer program designed to assist the Deputy Ombudsmen in Salem in investigating and monitoring complaints of seniors living in long term care. LongTerm Care Ombudsmen advocate for senior citizens who are living in long term care facilities, are appointed by the State Ombudsman and are trained to educate, investigate, and advocate and learn to be a “problem solver”. There are 5 days of training involved in this volunteer position, held over the course of three weeks. Mileage reimbursement is available for those who qualify. There are openings for four volunteers in Umatilla, Grant, Gilliam, Morrow and Wheeler Counties. Interviews will be held in the area the first week of May, so applications should be submitted no later than April 20. The Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman is an agency of
the State of Oregon, dedicated to protecting the rights, safety and dignity of the residents of nursing homes, residential care facilities, assisted living facilities and adult foster care homes. To report a concern about a long-term care facility, call 1-800-522-2602, visit www.oregon.gov/LTCO or email us at LTCO.email@example.com. Volunteers are a vital part of the Ombudsman program and provide an important local presence to protect the rights and dignity of elders in Long-Term Care. In 2011, our program was the recipient of the Governors’ Volunteer Award for Outstanding Statewide Volunteer Program. Call Gretchen Jordan, Coordinator of Volunteers, at 1800-522-2602 to apply or visit www.oregon.gov/LTCO to download an application or for more information on becoming a Certified Ombudsman volunteer. Contact: Gretchen Jordan, Coordinator of Volunteers firstname.lastname@example.org 503-378-6340 desk
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Oregon Trail Library Boardman Branch Fiction: Shadows in Flight – Orson Scott Card Sonoma Rose – Jennifer Chiaverini The Last Storyteller – Frank Delaney Cinnamon Roll Murder – Joanne Fluke A Perfect Blood – Kim Harrison Enchantments – Kathryn Harrison The Hollows Insider – Kim Harrison Left for Dead – Judith A. Jance The Last Good Man – A. J. Kazinski Victims – Jonathan Kellerman Trail of the Spellmans – Lisa Lutz Unwanted – Kristina Ohlsson Oath of Office – Michael Palmer Private Games – James Patterson The Expats – Chris Pavone Cain at Gettysburg – Ralph Peters Lone Wolf – Jodi Picoult Night Rounds – Helene Tursten A Rising Thunder – David Weber Death Benefit – Robin Cook Catch Me – Lisa Gardner Blue Monday – Nicci French The Magic Line – Elizabeth Gunn The Fear Index – Robert Harris Defending Jacob – William Landay The Healing – Jonathan Odell Chasing the Sun – Tracie Peterson Bleed for Me – Michael Robotham Celebrity in Death – J. D. Robb Heart of a Killer – David Rosenfelt Chasing Midnight – Randy Wayne White I’ve Got Your Number – Sophie Kinsella Restless in the Grave – Dana Stabenow The House I Loved – Tatiana de Rosnay A Walk Across the Sun – Corban Addison Deader Homes and Gardens – Joan Hess The Broken Land – Kathleen O’Neal Gear The Family Jensen – William W. Johnstone Stuart Brannon’s Final Shot – Stephen A. Bly Robert Ludlum’s The Janson Command – Paul Garrison The Comedy is Finished – Donald E. Westlake Non-Fiction: Then Again – Diane Keaton Seriously I’m Kidding — Ellen Degeneres The Dash Diet Action Plan – Marla Heller American Sniper – Chris Kyle The China Study – T. Colin Campbell Spontaneous Happiness – Andrew Weil Scrapbook Tips & Techniques The Cooks Illustrated Cookbook The Eighty Dollar Champion – Elizabeth Letts I am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced – Nujood Ali That Used to be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World it Invented and HowWe Can Come Back – Thomas L. Friedman I’d Listen to my Parents if They’d Just Shut Up: What to Say and Not Say When Parenting Teens Today – Anthony E. Wolf
Blue Mt. Sams clean up Boardman Marina Park for 8th year Once again Boardman Park & Recreation District received immense help with their Spring Cleanup, from their adopted Good Sams club called “Blue Mountain Sams”, out of Pendleton. The members came two days in a row (3/26-3/27/12) and helped park staff get the day-use park and campground spiffed up for the season and the Easter egg hunt (April 07th 10am at the Day use park). The group mowed, swept leaves and debris with the “Olathe” sweeper, and raked all of the grass throughout the park on their first day of work. They also picked up limbs that had accumulated from over the winter and made the campground look new and welcoming. The Blue Mountain Sams also painted the picnic shelters inside and out in the day use area on their second day, which helped the day use area look cleaner and approachable to every visitor in the community as well as customers driving in. Boardman Park & Recreation District is ready to take on the season!! Boardman Park wishes to thank the exemplary help and efforts received by the Blue Mt. Sams. This major Spring Cleanup could not be accomplished without their much needed assistance of their time, effort and knowledge. The park staff continue to look forward to getting their help every year. The Park staff enjoyed a lunch with the “Blue Mountain Sams” and
Five members of Blue Mt. Sams club enjoyed lunch with Boardman Park & Recreation District Kristi Sams. Photo contributed This club is a Chapter of the Eastern Oregon division (From The Dalles to Ontario), and has been helping the park every spring for the last eight years. The club is also involved in hosting at the Boardman Rest stop for coffee and treats, as well as donating and helping fund the charities of; Dogs for the Deaf, Hospice, Salvation Army
bottles to cash in and supply those proceeds to the “Doernbecher Children’s Hospital”. The “Blue Mountain Sams” are appreciated everywhere they go, for their generosity and their good will. Boardman Park loves having them here in our park and always appreciate everything they do for the communities.
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traded stories from the past and experiences at other campgrounds. The members, who helped this year, were: Lou Pulley, Keith Bauder, Wayne Harris, Ken Larsen, Richard Larsen, and Randy Wells. The group will see Boardman Park again, when they come to stay in the campground this October with their whole group.
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he City of Boardman will sponsor a community-wide clean-up the month of April. The City has garbage vouchers available, with a fifty dollar limit, to residents of the City of Boardman. The vouchers are valid during the month of April at Finley Butte Landfill and the North Morrow Transfer Station. The garbage voucher program encourages citizens to clean up their residences by disposing of yard debris. City residents may pick up their vouchers at Boardman City Hall at 200 City Center Circle beginning March 30th. For more information on this program, call Boardman City Hall at 4819252. he Oregon Trail Library District recently received a grant from the Libri Foundation Books for Children Program which is a 2-to-1 matching grant program. With the help of the Boardman Friends of the Library and library patrons, the $350 in matching funds was collected. Now more than $1,000 in children’s books, plus an additional $350 of children’s math and science books are ready to be checked out at the OTLD Boardman Library. he Columbia River Harvesters are a non profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to helping those in need of assistance. Donations are needed for canned and dry goods, produce, and monitory donations of any kind. Also they will be starting their weekly yardsale at the end of April. If you have any donations of food, clothing, shoes, kitchen appliances, household items etc. please call Julia at 541-720-1309 or Sue at 541490-6627 OR drop off your donations at 206 N.. Main, behind the Chamber of Commerce Mon. Fri. & Sat. 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Letters to the Editor My name is Kathy Parsons, I manage the property for Morrow Estates and Trail Apartments. I would like to send out a huge thank you to the local Police Department, the First Responders and the Sheriffs Department. Last week my mother suffered respiratory failure, the police department was at my home in minutes along with the ambulance. The doctors reported that if we had
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Letters to the Editor not gotten her into the hospital so fast my mother would no longer be here with me. Telling these heroes of mine thank you seems so little but in any case I would like to tell them all thank you for keeping Boardman safe and thank you for saving my mother. Kathy Parsons Boardman This year we have started the Food Backpack Program at Irrigon Elementary School. The purpose of this program is to provide students in need with food over the weekend. The way the program works is a backpack of food is sent home for the weekend. Many of our students rely on the meals that they are provided at school. It is common on non-school days for some students to go without food. Our hope is to provide them with the proper nourishment for the weekends. Research shows that students who are properly nourished perform better in school as well as life. Through a grant our school is provided with 11 weekly backpacks. We have received request from more than 33 families in need with more request coming in daily. We would like to send a backpack to every family in need each week. The students look forward to their backpacks each week. Our goal is to raise at least $1,000 this year. If you could donate food items or make a monetary donation to be used to purchase items to support the program, we will include your name in acknowledgment of the support in the Backpack Program. Thanking you for taking the time to read this letter. As one of our sponsors, I will let you know about what we intend to do. If you would like to know about the event and our school, please email or call Laura Rowe at 541/922-2421 ext. 2834 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the same contact info for making donations. Sincerely, Laura Rowe, Title 1 Teacher, IES Backpack Program Coordinator
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Morrow County Children’s Fair Please save the date for the Morrow County Children’s Fair, happening on May 17, 2012 from 3:306:30 PM at the Port of Morrow in Boardman, Oregon. Please join us for this fun event by setting up a booth and promoting this event to your clients and customers! We set up around noon- but if you need earlier accommodations, or need a special location in the building, please let me know! I would appreciate a short email back confirming that you are able to make it so I can plan out the space! We are always looking for new participants! We look forward to seeing you there!
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