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Vol. 5, Issue #5 • Jan. 31–Feb. 6, 2012







RUGER M77 243. Wood Stock, 4x16 Tasco World Class Scope. $450. Call 541-536-2049. 16x

• 20 GAUGE Single Shot. New. $99. • Winchester 94 Pre-64 30-30. $400. • Remington 700 300WSSM. $325. Call 541-280-2815. 7x

TARGET THROWER. 110 Electric Trap Thrower By Western. Rebuilt, Excellent Condition. Two Available. $200 Each. Call 541-771-1945. 10x

NEW LEICA APO Televid 62 Spotting Scope, 20x60. Protective Case. $1800. Call 541-536-8361. 14x

MEC SHOTGUN Loaders. One Lee Load All And Other Parts. Call For Information, 541-330-6953. 10x

CZ RAMI Compact 40 Smith & Wesson. Excellent. $450. Call 541-815-4325. 9x

WINCHESTER MODEL 50 12 Gauge Semi-Auto. $350. 541-389-6720. 8x

REMINGTON MODEL 721 30-06 With Tasco Scope. Great Original Condition. $400 OBO. 541-536-3814. 10x

700 REMINGTON BDL 25-06 With 2x8 Balvar 8A Scope. Excellent Condition. $900 OBO. Call 541-728-1200. 13x

REDHAWK 44 MAG. Blued, 5-1/2 Barrel. Have A Long List Of Extras That Go With It! Trade Or Cash. Call Eric 541-771-2586. 12x

SAVAGE M110 30-06. Wood Stock, 3x9 Bushnell Scope. $350. Call 541-536-2049. 16x

Concealed Carry Permit Classes There Are Two Different Permits Available

The “Oregon Concealed Handgun License” Class This class is an easy way to get your Oregon Permit. Meets and exceeds the legal pre-requisite training requirements before applying for the Oregon Permit. This class is only 3 hours, no testing or shooting required.

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This permit is valid in 35 states and includes every other state where it is legal for an Oregon resident to carry, except for 4 states. Includes vital information that you need to know about that we just do not have time to explain in the Oregon class and is highly recommended you attend even if you do not travel out of state. Ten states (including California) generally prohibit Oregon residents from carry within their borders. We refer to this class as the “How To Stay Out of Jail Class”. All attendees will receive a 51 page booklet on training and regulations.

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Call 541-290-2498 for dates, times, locations and fees. Both classes are non-NRA affiliated. Memberships Ornament 3.1 in the National Rifle Association (NRA) will be offered Ornament at a discount at class. Membership is not3.2 required to attend. Optional live-fire training available at a later date, including personal defense training classes to attendees. Joe Holdmann, NRA Training Counselor NRA Chief Range Safety Officer Ornament 3.2 Utah Dept. of Public Safety, Bureau Ornament 3.3 of Criminal Identification Certified Instructor

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• BERETTA MDL. S-686 12 Gauge, 3”, 28” BBL. O/U. $750. • Winchester Mdl. 101 12 Gauge Field, 26” BBL, O/U. $750. Call 541-447-4101. 10x WINCHESTER M70 243 Youth Model. Plain Wood Stock, 3x9 Bushnell Scope. $425. Call 541-536-2049. 16x • SMITH & WESSON 10-6 38 Spec. $325. • Baretta 9mm Auto S.S. $550. • SKS Norinco 7.62x39. $240. Call 541-280-2815. 16x MARLIN MODEL 30AW Lever Action 30/30 With 3x9x40 Scope. Great Shape, With 100 Rounds Of Ammo. Asking $450. 541-408-4480, Redmond. 16x REMINGTON MODEL 700 338 Winchester Mag. Wood Stock, Sling. Excellent Condition. Some Ammo. $475 OBO. Call 541-390-2363. 9x S&W MODEL 37 Chief Special Airweight. Bright Nickel Finish. .38 Special. Weighs 15oz. 1-7/8” Barrel. With Original Grips. Excellent Condition. $400. Call 541-536-9319. 14x WINCHESTER MODEL 70 Rifles: • XTR 243. $500. • Wood Stock. Nice 270. $475. • New Classic Stainless 7mm Mag. Call 541-280-2815. 16x WINCHESTER TRAPPER Lever Action Rifle, 44 Mag. Great Shape, Like New. Asking $550. Call 541-408-4480, Redmond. 16x • 270 MOSSBERG Bolt Action. Scope, Sling, 1-1/2 Boxes Ammo. $175. • 1976 Colt Cobra .38 Special. $375. Call 541-876-5098. 16x

Inside This Week:

• AARP Driver Safety Classes: 3 • Ad Form: 9 • Advertiser’s Email / Web Guide: 10 • Advertiser’s Telephone Directory: 23 • Blood Drives: 22 • Celebration of Hope: 3 • Center Foundation Scholarships: 15 • Chamber Connection: 14 • Child Immunizations Deadline: 15 • Crab Feed: 7 • Crescent Community Center: 2 • Crossword Puzzle: 4 • GED Testing: 9 • High School Senior Recognized: 21 • La Pine Event Center Grand Re-Opening: 20 • Living Well With Chronic Conditions: 15 • Living With Death: 18 • Low Cost Vaccine /Microchip Clinic: 3 • Obituaries: 18 & 19 • Pet Tips: 16 & 22 • Pete Penzenik - Officer of the Year: 4 • Real Estate / Rentals: 12 & 13 • Saturday Market: 5 • South County Comprehensive Plan: 16 • Tackle Box: 10 • Valentine Events: 6 & 10 • Winter Weather Advisory / Warning: 10


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Crescent Community Center Monthly Meeting

Affordable Quality Dental Care For The Whole Family!

Crescent Community Center is holding its monthly meeting on Wednesday, February 1st at 6:30pm. Please join us to plan events for the coming year. We need all the volunteers We can get to help make this a great Center for our community. Crescent Community Center is located at 420 Crescent Cut Off Road, Crescent, Oregon. Call for details and further information: Dave, 541-848-7202.

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Be part of the development of the Land Use Plan for South Deschutes County. Share your needs, listen to your neighbors, impact your solutions. Attend a Community Planning Session on Tuesday, January 31st at the La Pine Senior Center from 6:00-7:30pm or on Wednesday, February 1st at the Sunriver Library from 6:00-7:30pm (same agenda for both meetings). For information call 541-536-7891. Brought to you by the Deschutes County Citizen’s Action Group (CAG).




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RUGER SINGLE SIX Convertible. .22 L/R & .22 Mag. All Serial Numbers Matching. 5-1/2” Barrel. 3 Screw, PreTransfer Bar. Very Good Condition For 40+ Years Old. $395. Call 541-536-9319. 14x



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NEW CZ Model 55 22-250. Set Trigger, Bull BBL, Wood Laminate Stock. $550. Call 541-536-8361. 14x


LACROSSE SNAKE BOOTS For Hunting. Mossy Oak Obsession Camo. Size 9-1/2 To 10-1/2. $75 OBO. 541-408-4528. 16x

• WINCHESTER 20 GAUGE Pump Model 120. $150. • Mossberg 20 Gauge Auto. Synthetic Stock. Model SA20. $300. Call 541-410-1007. 14x


NEW WINCHESTER Mod. 70 270 WSM. Zeiss Conquest 3x9 Scope. $1300. Call 541-536-8361. 14x


GLOCK 22, 40 Cal. Semi-Auto With 9mm Conversion Barrel. Holster, Two 15-Round Clips, One 22-Round Clip, Approx. 400 Rounds 40 Cal. Ammo. Asking $575. Call 541-693-4962. 13x


• RUGER SP101 32 H&R Mag. N.I.B., With Ammo. $525. • Ruger New Model .45 Colt With Belt & Holster. 98%. $450. Call 541-447-4101. 10x

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BROWNING BLR Lever Action .243. 3x9 Scope. $450. La Pine. Call 541-536-3851. 15x

REMINGTON M572 .22 Cal. Pump, Target Sight. Like New. $300. Call 541-536-2049. 16x

RUGER P89 9MM. Stainless Steel. 15-Round Magazine. Like New. $400 OBO. Call 541-536-3814. 10x

Deschutes County 9-1-1 Service District

Director Attends Department Of Justice Program Focusing On Protecting Deschutes County Children Director Rob Poirier, Deschutes County 9-1-1 Service District, just returned from the prestigious Chief Executive Officer Training Seminar, (a specialized course about resources available to Deschutes County 9-1-1 and its partner agencies teaches valuable tactics in protecting and saving children), held just outside the nation’s capital, at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) located in Alexandria, VA. After receiving an invitation to attend the specifically designed training seminar for Law Enforcement and 9-1-1 Center Executives, Director Poirier attended the program on Sunday & Monday January 22-23, as a guest of NCMEC. Director Poirier joined 50 other Chiefs, Sheriffs and 9-1-1 Directors who were also selected and invited to attend the 131st session of the CEO course, and Poirier is now one of more than 5,000 who have completed this training. The Missing & Exploited Children Seminar for Chief Executives was designed to provide attendees like Director Poirier a better understanding of the issue of missing and sexually exploited children - and how to specifically deal with the situation of a child who’s been reported missing - when time is critical. “This has been one of the most valuable experiences for me in my 19 years as a public safety official,” said Poirier. “To have been selected in itself, was an honor, but to be able to bring this knowledge home and put it into practice, is a huge plus for the citizens of Deschutes County and our kids.”

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Experienced (3-5 years) operators – Loaders, graders, rollers, excavators, etc. Truck drivers hauling rock, chips, asphalt. Pipe layers experience in deep sewer. Must pass pre-employment drug test and physical. EOE. Benefits offered. Send resume to: Vic Russell Construction, Inc. Finley Butte Aggregate & Paving P.O. Box 2520, La Pine, OR 97739

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Family Access Network Receives $5,000



The Family Access Network (FAN) is the recipient of a $5,000 donation to be used to help address basic-needs for children and their families in Deschutes County. The funds from the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation will help provide essential services such as food, clothing, shelter, medical and dental care (includes health insurance) and more through the FAN advocates in our communities. “Over many years Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation has been very generous in their support of our local children. Their focus on assisting with the basic needs of our disadvantaged community members, is a testament to their dedication to giving. We appreciate their assistance, especially during these difficult economic times,” Kristi Miller, FAN Foundation Chair. FAN began in January 1993 and currently employs 26 advocates in 42 public schools (K-12) and three early childhood sites. FAN strives to improve lives by ensuring all children in Deschutes County have access to basic-need services. FAN is unique to Deschutes County, utilizing advocates to efficiently reach and connect disadvantaged children and families with basic needs, such as food, shelter, and health care. During the first half of this school year FAN has connected over 6,200 children and their family members with essential services. The mission of the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation is to offer assistance in youth education, to strengthen youth and families, to provide positive youth development and to add to the quality of life for people in Coos, Deschutes, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lane Counties in Oregon. Since its beginning in 1997, the CCUIF has awarded $11,675,164 in grants to non-profit organizations. CCUIF award decisions are in addition to the philanthropic decisions made by the Cow Creek Tribal board. To learn more about Family Access Network, visit www. or call 541-693-5675.

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Celebration Of Hope

CASA of Central Oregon will be at four local art galleries from 5-9pm on the First Friday Art-Walk, February 3rd, to kickoff their fourth annual Celebration of Hope event. A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a volunteer member of our community that has been highly trained to advocate for the basic needs of abused and neglected children in foster care through no fault of their own. CASA ensures that every child has the right to learn, and grow, and be treated with dignity and respect. High Desert, Mockingbird, Red Chair and Sage galleries join CASA in their goal to wipe out child abuse and will feature unique flour sack towel art, created by a child’s vision and interpretation of “Hope” for a pre-event sneak preview! The artwork has been created by children in the community. The Deschutes Brewery, a champion for children, presents the Celebration of Hope with Bendbroadband and The Bulletin on March 3, 2012 from 5-9pm at the Century Center. Tickets are $25 and include an evening complete with craft beers, wine, small plates and the first chance to purchase the child art-themed kitchen towels. A knock-your-socks-off “rauction” that includes amazing customized packages valued at $500 or more will complete the festivities. 100% of the proceeds will benefit CASA of Central Oregon’s volunteer recruitment, training and support efforts. CASA representatives will be located at each gallery to answer questions and sell tickets for the March 3, 2012 event. CASA is central to fulfilling our community’s most fundamental obligation of helping children in foster care. Court Appointed Special Advocates ensure a child has the right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect and to learn and grow in the security of a loving family. For more information call 541-389-1618 or visit www.




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GUNS BROWNING BAR 300 Winchester Semi-Auto. Made In Belgium, With Bushnell Scope Chief VI 3x9, 2 Clips And Ammo. $695. Call 541-788-0518. 9x 870 REMINGTON 20 Gauge Shotgun. 3” Mag. $250. Call 541-536-2049. 5x SPRINGFIELD MODEL 03 30-06. Tasco 3x9 Scope. New Custom Stock. Very Nice Condition. $400. Call 541-536-3814. 10x ALL RUGERS: • Revolver, Old 357. $475. • M77 Tang Safety 7mm Mag. Nice. $500. • 10/22, Older. $205. • 45 Model 345 Auto. $475. Call 541-280-2815. 16x PARAORDNANCE P14 40 Smith & Wesson. SS. Excellent. $550. Call 541-815-4325. 9x


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Low Cost Vaccine And Microchip Clinic

The eastside Bend Pet Express will be hosting our next Vaccine and Microchip Clinic. It will be held on Saturday, February 11th, from 10am to 1pm. No appointment necessary, it will be on a walk-in basis. Please view Bend Pet Express’ website for their address and directions, We look forward to seeing you there! Prices: Microchips - $25; Rabies - $10; DHPP - $15; Bordetella - $15; FVRCP - $15; Dog license - $12. *Please note that we will not have giardia or feline bordetella vaccines. For more information, call Bend Spay & Neuter at 541-617-1010.

AARP Driver Safety Class

The AARP DRIVER SAFETY CLASS is a nationwide, Oregon DMV accredited, defensive driver program focusing on driving safety within current Oregon laws in an ever-changing driving environment. It focuses a lot on natural-occurring age-related changes in driving safely. This class qualifies for the Oregon Insurance discount law for those over age 55. All drivers are welcome, regardless of age. Student fee is $14 (AARP member $12). FEBRUARY REDMOND: Senior Center, February 13, Monday, 9am-4pm. To enroll: 541-548-6325. MADRAS: Senior Center, February 23, Thursday, 9am-4pm. To enroll: 541-475-1148. BEND: Senior Center, February 27, Monday, 9am-5pm. To enroll: 541-388-1133. MARCH LA PINE: Fire Hall, March 12, Monday, 9am-5pm. To enroll: 541-536-2607. REDMOND: Senior Center, March 12, Monday, 9am-5pm. To enroll: 541-548-6325. PRINEVILLE: Senior Center, March 13, Tuesday, 9am-5pm. To enroll: 541-447-6844. BEND: Senior Center, March 26, Monday, 9am-5pm. To enroll: 541-388-1133. SISTERS: Community Church, March 27, Tuesday, 9am-5pm. To enroll: 541-390-6075.

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CITY COUNCIL VACANCY CITY OF LA PINE The City of La Pine is currently accepting applications from individuals that are interested in serving on the La Pine City Council. The individual that is selected will be completing an unexpired term (March 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012). This is a volunteer position. The City Council generally meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. City Council members are expected to attend Work Sessions and special City Council meetings, serve on various sub-committees or regional groups, and represent the City in other capacities. The vacancy 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 resident of the City. Applications will be taken through February 15, 2012. Interested individuals are encouraged to visit the City’s website at and click on the link to print an application or call City Hall for an application to be mailed, e-mailed or faxed to you. City Hall is located at 16345 Sixth Street, La Pine, Oregon 97739. Please call the City Hall at 541-536-1432, if you have any questions. Thank you.


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Across 1. Small Asian arboreal ape with no tail 7. “___ Smile” (1976 hit) 11. Inspection Test Date (acronym) 14. Attraction 15. Complain 16. “___ any drop to drink”: Coleridge 17. Loud harsh noises 18. “God’s Little ___” 19. “So ___ me!” 20. Ollie performers 23. Famously 25. Eats up 26. 1969 Peace Prize grp. (acronym) 27. Common Market inits. 29. Parish council 30. “That’s ___” 32. Small Australian parrots with brushtipped tongue 34. Excessive eagerness in offering unwanted services 39. Closed, as a business 40. Abstruse 42. Game keeper? 45. Animal house 47. Fold, spindle or mutilate 48. Pellagra preventer 49. Cache 52. Procedure of assigning names to kinds and groups of organisms (pl.) 55. Adaptable truck, for short 56. “Beg pardon ...” 57. Blue book filler 60. “Seinfeld” uncle 61. “Go, ___!” 62. Foreign dignitaries 63. Driver’s lic. and others 64. Edible root of taro plant 65. Cover over

Down 1. Blah-blah-blah 2. “___ say!” (2 wds) 3. Launch 4. Murder without leaving a trace on the body 5. Companion of Artemis 6. Get cozy 7. Fink 8. “Giovanna d’___” (Verdi opera) 9. Curiosity (2 wds) 10. City in NE Scotland on the North Sea 11. Supplement 12. Someone who travels for pleasure 13. Fancy 21. Lens cover? 22. Slept, Brit. slang 23. Bubkes 24. Assortment 28. Murmured 31. Do away with 33. Most uncouth 35. Combine with 53 (chemistry) 36. Closed tightly 37. Academic term 38. Accommodate 41. Grand ___ (“Evangeline” setting) 42. Rings 43. Took part in turbulent disturbance 44. Brief appearances of a prominent actor 46. Fix 50. ___ brulee 51. Alter 53. Detective’s need 54. BBs, e.g. 58. Victorian, for one 59. Clairvoyance, e.g. (acronym)

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Deputy Pete Penzenik Receives Officer Of The Year Award

On January 23, 2012, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office was notified that the Department Executive Committee for the American Legion had identified Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Pete Penzenik as its Officer of the Year for the state of Oregon. Deputy Penzenik was additionally recognized at the local American Legion Post 45 in La Pine, as its Officer of the Year. Deputy Penzenik will be receiving the award from Post 45 at their regular meeting on February 14th, and will be receiving the state award at the American Legion state convention being held in Redmond this June. Deputy Penzenik has been employed with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office for 28 years and his work as a Deputy Sheriff has been exemplary. Throughout his career Pete has taken an active role in improving various elements of crime scene investigations. His innovative ideas include; enhancement of photography, development of latent fingerprint methods and he was a pioneer of footwear and vehicle tire impressions for Deschutes County. He serves as an agency expert in these areas, and provides instruction to his fellow deputies on these disciplines. Outside of his duties as Deputy Sheriff, Pete has been a fixture within the La Pine community. He consistently volunteers his time in a number of areas, most notably chairing the La Pine Christmas Basket committee that works each year to provide less fortunate families in the greater southern Deschutes County area with meals and gifts during the Christmas season. Sheriff Blanton states, “The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is proud to have had Pete as part of our team for the past 28 years. We know the American Legion’s selection of Pete as their Officer of the Year is due to his professional integrity and commitment to the citizens of Deschutes County.” For more info contact: Captain Erik Utter - Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, 541-617-3368 or Larry Matthews, American Legion, 541-536-1402.

GUNS JUNIPER RIM GAME PRESERVE. Come Hunt Chukars. Your Dogs Or Ours Would Be Excited To Find Them. Call 541-419-3923, Don Or 541-419-8963, Linda. 9 COLT POLICE POSITIVE Special. Circa 1914. Good Condition. Shoots Great. .38 Special Caliber. $325 OBO. Call 541-536-9319. 6x • •

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CASH PAID FOR GUNS. Any Quantity. U.S. And Foreign Pistols, Rifles And Shotguns Wanted. Call Jerry At 541-408-6900. c1 • 45 ACP Auto “Witness”. $425. • 380 Bersa Auto Pistol 15-Shot. New. $300. • Pocket Beretta 32ACP. $300. Call 541-280-2815. 7x

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Grad Night 2012...

...will meet at the La Pine High School Library at 6:30pm on the following dates: February 13, 2012, March 12, 2012, April 9, 2012, May 14, 2012, June 4, 2012. Please join us to plan the annual drug and alcohol free celebration for the Seniors of 2012! Call Jennifer Town at 541-536-3696 for more information.


• SUPER BLACKHAWK .44. Black/ Black. 7-1/2”. $450. • Ruger Blackhawk .357. Black/ Walnut. 6-1/2”. $375. Call 541-350-7809. 10x BROWNING DOUBLE AUTO Shotgun, 12 Gauge Semi-Auto. 2-3/4”. Made 1956 In Belgium. $695. Call 541-788-0518. 9x

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• RUGER SUPER SINGLE Six Convertible Stainless Steel Hunter 22, .22 Mag. N.I.B. $575. • Taurus Mdl. PT-1911 .38 Super S.S. N.I.B. $700. Call 541-447-4101. 10x

• LANBER HUNTER MDL. O/U 12 Gauge. N.I.B. $650. • Tri-Star Sport Hunter O/U 26” 12 Gauge. N.I.B. $450. Call 541-447-4101. 10x

FOUR REMINGTON RIFLES: • 700 BDL 30-06. $500. • 572 Pump 22LR $200. • 30-06 Pump With Scope. $350. • Model 788 .223. $400. Call 541-280-2815. 16x

WEATHERBY VANGUARD 35 Whelen. Synthetic Stock, 3x9 Tasco Scope. $500. Call 541-536-2049. 5x

BROWNING CITORI Skeet Gun. 12 Gauge, 24” Barrel, With Invectors. Like New. $995. Call 541-598-7558. 16x CONCEALED CARRY Permit Classes. Oregon Statewide $40 (Almost Nationwide $60). Classes In Prineville, Bend, La Pine. Call 541-290-2498. c39 Answers to last week’s puzzle. 

• RUGER VAQUERO .44 Mag. $700. • Mossberg 243. $200. • 30 Carbine. Folding Stock. $450. • New Marlin .22. Camo Stock. $175. Call 541-410-1007. 14x GUNS! GUNS! GUNS! GUNS! Get Your Ammo At: KEN’S SPORTING GOODS AND LIQUOR STORE 136854 Hwy. 97, Crescent. Open 7 Days A Week! Call 541-433-2530. cc

SMITH & WESSON Model 686 .357 Magnum With 4” Barrel. $500. Call 541-536-2225. 8x • GAMMO WHISPER. Fired 40 Times. Make Offer. • 3 Boxes 30-06 Ammo. $14 Or All $35 Or Trade For 22-250 Ammo. Call 541-447-1538. 14x • H&K FABARM Mdl. Lion, H368, 3”, Semi-Auto. N.I.B. $750. • Verona Mdl. SX405 12 Gauge, 3” Mag., Semi-Auto, Full Camo. N.I.B. $650. Call 541-447-4101. 10x

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16487 Bluewood Place




NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE. Lots Of Good Stuff! Furniture Too. 15991 Sunrise Blvd., La Pine, Corner Of Sunrise And Day Road. February 3rd & 4th, 9am-3pm Only. 5x

REMEMBER YOUR VALENTINE! (February’s Birthstone - Amethyst), 15% Off All Amethyst In Stock At KARAT KREATIONS, Next To Gary & Sandy’s & La Pine Florist, Huntington Road, Downtown La Pine. Call 541-536-3714. 9c

APPAREL SAN MARCO-KEVLAR Ski Boots. SPSZX8 Multi-Performance. Size 12. Like New. $75. Call 541-706-1271. 16x • WOMEN’S LEATHERS: Black Chaps, Small. Fringed Black Jacket, Small. $150 For Both. • Black Helmet. $40 Or Free With Chaps And Jacket. Call 541-410-3301. 15x BRAND NEW! Burton Women’s Snowboard Boots. Size 8. White/Gray. $85 OBO. Call 541-317-1383. 11x ICE SKATES: • Girls Size 8. Used. • Women’s Size 2. Used. • Women’s Size 8. Used A Little. • Women’s Size 6. New. Call 541-382-0258.

“MAGGIE COUTIER” Wedding Dress. Fits Sizes 8-12. $900 New. $400 OBO. In Sisters. Call 503-298-0748. 10x

HEATING STOVES FIREPLACE ENCLOSURE. Smoke Glass With Mesh Doors. Thermo-Rite. Paid $579, Sell For $300 Firm. Call 541-536-5724. 10x TOYO OIL STOVE. Laser 30, Type B. Used One Winter. $450. Paid $1295. Call 541-280-7064. 10x ELECTRIC GAS FIREPLACE With The Look Of Gas. This Classy Piece Of Fine Furniture Is In Like New Condition. $150. Serious Inquiries Only Please. Call Chuck, 541-220-4725. 10x GAS HEATER. 40,000 BTU. Excellent Condition. Glass Front, Includes 28’ Gas Pipe. Paid $1900, First $400 Takes It. Call 541-408-5463. 8x

SIGNS SIGNS, BANNERS, VEHICLES, Magnetics, Decals, Posters, All Types Of Signs! LA PINE SIGNS Next Door To Ace Hardware. Call 541-536-5023. cc

SUPER BOWL SPECIAL 2 Medium 2 Topping Pizzas $ 95 12 BBQ or Spicy Wings Baked: $27.95 2 Liter of Soda



SENIOR CITIZEN WANTS Old Wood Windows, Iron Pine Cone Shaped Window Weights, Antler Horns, Any Shape Or Condition. Can Pay Reasonable Price. Call 541-706-1271. 6 WANTED: RUNNING OR NOT Galion Road Grader, Model 104, With 4-71 Detroit Diesel Engine. Call 541-433-2603. 16x WANTED: INEXPENSIVE Used Quilts. Call 541-536-7788. 15x WANT TO BUY A Used Car Hauler Trailer. Must Be In Excellent Shape. Call 541-728-1200. 15x


WANTED: OLDER PROPANE Cooking Range. Full Size. 541-771-1685. 15x WANTED: JUNK CARS AND TRUCKS Up To $500. We Buy Scrap Metal: Copper, Aluminum And Brass. Highest Prices Paid! 63360 Nels Anderson Place, Bend. Call 541-912-1467. cc

On Original Crust or Thin Crust • Extra Toppings $1.00 Each • Offer Good Feb. 3–5, 2012 • Not Valid w/Any Other Offers

La Pine Hawks Booster Club...

...will meet in the La Pine High School Library at 6:30pm on the following dates: February 8, 2012, March 14, 2012, April 11, 2012, May 9, 2012 - Election Meeting, June 13, 2012. Call Kellie Wright at 541-749-8418 for more information.

SENIOR CITIZENS Would Like To Give A Good Home To A Lap Dog. 6 Months To 2 Years Old. Call 541-536-8936. 13x

Wilderness GARBAGE & Recycling

LOOKING FOR Tailgate For ‘98 Chevy Full Size Pickup. 541-526-5705. 12x WANTED: ‘55-’57 CHEVY 1/2 Ton Truck Big Back Rear Window. Call 541-474-4441. 7x

WANTED: ELMIRA Or Heartland Used Wood Cook Stove. Call 541-942-9549. 5x WILL TRADE Entire Set Of My Construction Tools For Two Shotguns And One .22 Caliber Rifle. Call Rick At 541-549-6686. 16x


Your safety and our driver’s safety is the number one priority at Wilderness Garbage.

Here are some reminders that you, our customer, need to know: If the weather or road conditions become severe, we will not put people or property at risk. Our trucks may be able to travel the main roads, but due to the size and weight, may not be able to navigate your street or driveway. WE CANNOT PUT DRIVERS OR TRUCKS AT RISK.

1305 S.E. Lake Road-Redmond, Oregon PHONE- 541-548-7044, FAX 541-548-7440

17 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM In Stock including ‘NEW’ BLACK!

“Factory Direct to Homeowners as well as quality contractors!” Showroom Open M-F 7:30 to 4:30

...will be Saturday, February 4th from 10am to 3pm. We have for sale crafts, tools, guns, antiques, art and lots of other items. Come on down and check it out. To rent a table please call Pam at 541-536-3007. To rent the hall for your event call Dot at 541-536-2197.


WANTED: TWO PADDINGS For A Lawn Lounge Chair, In Good Shape. Call 541-876-5356. 13x

WANTED: YOUTH OR Small Adult Bows. One Left Handed And 2 Right Handed. Call 503-508-7862. 6x

Little Deschutes Grange Saturday Market...

It is the discretion of the route driver whether to drive down a street or driveway. If our truck cannot pick up your garbage, we will pick up double your service amount the following week.

51420 RUSSELL ROAD P.O. BOX 2669 • LA PINE, OR 97739 Phone (541) 536-1194 Fax (541) 536-9507

Winter Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-4pm Friday 8am-1pm

Here’s How You Can Help Your Service From Being Interrupted: RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS


• Keep access to roll carts clear of snow and ice. • Roll carts must be on street side of snow berms. • Roll carts must be 4’ from all objects, including vehicles, mailboxes, address signs, etc. • If roll cart is in an enclosure, there needs to be a shoveled path to the enclosure. • Roll carts may need to be left out of enclosure. • Where truck access is required, a 12’ wide plowed path is needed. • Where the driver leaves the roll cart is where it needs to be left for future service, during snow and ice conditions.

• Keep access to containers clear of snow and ice. • Where truck access is required, a 12’ wide plowed path is needed. • Containers in enclosures may need to be left out of enclosure. • Containers must be on level surface so that the truck can hook up to, and dump, container. No berms in front of container or enclosure. • Where the driver leaves the container is where it needs to be left for future service during snow and ice conditions.

Wilderness Garbage’s number one concern is always safety. This is why we are asking for your help now, before the extreme conditions arrive, so you know what our procedure will be. If conditions do result in delays, we will update our website and notify the local media. You can also call our office. If after regular hours, please listen to the whole message.


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Pharmacy & Your Health

TRAILER. 4’x4’x4’. Steel Frame, 12” Tires, Lights. Road Ready. Used Twice. $300. Call 541-977-5584. 16x 2007 20’ FLATBED Trailer. Dual Axle, Brake Controller, Car Ramps, Aluminum Tool Box. $2000 OBO. Call 541-536-4809. 15x

Treatment For Abnormal Heart Rhythm Atrial fibrillation (AF) is an abnormal heart rhythm. With AF, the upper heart chambers (atria) do not pump blood adequately, leading to the risk of blood clot formation. Persons with heart diseases such as high blood pressure or heart failure are at an increased risk of developing AF. Other types of conditions can also increase the risk of AF include sleep apnea and emphysema. Although some persons may not experience any signs or symptoms, some may experience chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, and fainting. An electrocardiogram can be used in the diagnosis of an AF. Treatment for AF is aimed at preventing a stroke. Antiarrhythmic medications that may be prescribed include a beta blocker, such as esmolol (Brevibloc), calcium channel blocker, such as diltiazem (Cardizem), or digoxin to control the heart rate. Alternatively, use of a pacemaker or implantable atrial defibrillator may be used to control the heart rhythm or rate. Anticoagulant medications may be prescribed to reduce the risk of formation of blood clots and therefore reduce the risk of a stroke. Warfarin (Coumadin) and dabigatran (Pradaxa) are anticoagulant medications that may be prescribed. Persons who take warfarin require monitoring with a blood test on a regular basis, while Pradaxa does not require regular blood tests.

CAMP TRAILER FRAME. 18’ Long With Tires & Wheels, Spare. $300. Call 541-977-9865. 14x


30’ GOOSENECK Stock/Horse Trailer. Needs Some Work. $1500. Call 541-280-5887. 8x UTILITY TRAILER. 5x8. Heavy Duty 16” Tires And Spare. Rebuilt, New Everything. Great To Haul Wood. $800. Call 541-771-2042. 6x


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TRAILER. 5x8. $350. Leave Message, 541-508-0644. 13x 4 HORSE/STOCK Trailer. Bumper Pull. Removable Separators. Never Hauled Horses. Used For Moving. Like New. Call For More Info, 541-330-6953. 15x

30 ct. Sugar Free, 25 ct. 99¢ Assorted Flavors, Compare to Halls

Drug Mart Pharmacy w w w. d r u g m a r t p h a r m . co m

Specializing In Excavation RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Site Prep  Land Clearing  Septics & Septic Repair  Brush & Stump Removal  Driveways/Road Grading  Mfg. Homes  Trenching BUS/FAX: 541-536-5689  Utilities CELL: 541-419-6882

Valentine’s Dinner GHS Boy’s Basketball Fund Raiser!

The Gilchrist High School boy’s basketball team would like to invite you to the Mohawk Restaurant in Crescent on Sunday, February 12th from 3 to 8pm where they will be hosting and serving a wonderful Valentine’s dinner. 50% of all sales that evening will be donated back to the team! Roses will be available for $2.50 and tickets will be sold by the boys at dinner for raffle items to be raffled that evening. The menu is Malibu Chicken & Shrimp for $15.95 or Homestyle Pot Roast for $13.95 with garlic ranch-style red potatoes, vegetable, choice of soup or salad, dinner roll and dessert, or Baked Lasagna for $13.95 with vegetable, choice of soup or salad, dinner roll and dessert. While supplies last. You watch them on the court, now let them serve you off the court! Please join us and the community and make this a huge success! Thank you.

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 Prompt, professional and affordable income tax preparations.  Over 30 years of professional tax experience.  Open year-round for your tax and accounting needs.  Locally owned and operated. 

BUY FACTORY DIRECT! 3’ Wide A6 Panel - $2.19 LF. TINSMITH 16681 Box Way, La Pine. Call 541-410-6273.

RIDGELINE METAL Manufacturers Of Metal Roofing, Siding And Accessories. Factory Direct To Homeowners As Well As Quality Contractors! 1305 S.W. Lake Road, Redmond. Call 541-548-7044. cc

ROOFING SOUTH CENTRAL ROOFING CO. Proudly Serving La Pine & Surrounding Areas. 30+ Years Experience. Bonded & Insured. CCB#194972. Call 541-408-4490. cc



541-536-1153 or 1-800-862-1153


HEALTH/FITNESS ANYTIME FITNESS - START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! Your 24-Hour Co-Ed Gym In La Pine! Gift Certificates And Winter Promotions Available. 16487 Bluewood Place, La Pine. Call 541-536-9779. 6cc “AB DOER” (As Seen On TV). Sit-N-Twist Exerciser. Paid Big For It But Will Sell For $50. Firm. In Excellent Condition. Call 541-536-8900. 12x NORDIC TRACK Walk Fit. 4000-5000 Series. Like New. $150 OBO. Call 541-593-2837. 6x

* Mobile

CURRENT MEMBERS Bring A Friend And Receive A FREE Visit For You & Your Guest! Zumba • Zumba Toning • Turbo Kick PiYo Stength • Power Plus/Boot Camp FIT ZONE 51630 Bluewood Ave., Suite A, La Pine. Call 541-410-3201 Or 503-880-2788. 5cc GAZELLE EXERCISE Machine. $75. Call 541-536-9616, La Pine. 9x • WESLO 850 Treadmill. $100. • Weslo Exercise Bike. $50. Call 541-410-3301.


DO YOU HAVE Exercise Equipment Taking Up Space? Advertise Here!


Prime Rib Or Cornish Hens

TICKETS: $15 Per Person $25 Per Couple





Tickets Available At The Club Bar - May Call For Reservations But Tickets Must Be Picked Up By February 4th.


SOUTH COUNTY SHEET METAL & SPECIALITIES, INC. Gutters • Siding • Roofing Licensed, Bonded & Insured. CCB#184323 Call 541-420-2929 Or 541-815-6926. cc


51600 Huntington Road, La Pine

LICENSED • BONDED • INSURED • CCB #169395 • DEQ #38592


Sponsored By The American Legion Auxiliary

DANCE MUSIC AND KARAOKE BY BRADLEY “D” For more info call 541-536-1402.

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1994 SUBARU 4x4. 5-Speed, CD. New Timing Belt. 2013 Tags. $1000. Call 541-390-3065. 8x

1980 FORD F-150 4x4. Good Condition. Newer Tires. $1500 OBO. Call 541-536-6023. 13x

1968 F-250 4x4. HD, 4-Speed, Good Shape, P/S, P/B, Tow Package. Lots Extras. $2850 OBO. For More Details, 541-447-7604. 7x

1983 FORD 3/4 Ton. Utility Bed. 302 Auto. Tow Hitch. $900 OBO. Call 541-647-4146. 6x

• 1971 SUPER BEETLE. $1200 OBO. • 1985 Toyota Pickup 4x4. $1500. Call 541-876-1099. 5x

1940 CHEVY Pickup. 235 Engine, Dual Exhaust, Dual Carbs. New Tires, New Interior. Runs Great. $9000 OBO. Call 541-536-6039. 5x

1988 SUBARU GL10 Wagon. 5-Speed. 160K. Blown Head Gasket. $475. Call 541-420-3782. 7x

1982 VW Turbo Diesel Quantum S.W. 5-Speed. Engine Blown. $475. Call 541-420-3782. 7x

‘83 CHEVY S-10 4x4 Pickup. V-6, 4-Speed. Good Running And Driving. $1500 OBO. Call 541-420-5004. 7x

‘72 GMC Sprint. Race Or Street. Runs Great. Many Upgrades. Full Cage. Extra Parts. $2100 OBO, Will Consider .44 Mag. DA Revolver Part-Trade. Call 541-968-8728. 11x

1955 OLDS 98. 4-Door, Hard Top. Rebuilt Motor. Project Car. $1500 OBO. Call 541-410-1007. 8x SEVEN 1967-1972 Chevy Trucks. All Builders, Runners, Etc. Call For Info, 541-536-3209. 8x FORD F-150 2003 100th Anniversary Harley-Davidson. 2WD, Low Mileage, Leather, All Power, Tow Package. $16,000. Call 360-509-8221. 10x

‘68 PLYMOUTH Fury Convertible. Trade For Pickup. $16,500 Value. Call 541-883-1255, Klamath Falls. 6x

‘84 TOYOTA Truck And Camper Shell. 5-Speed. 26 MPG. Runs Good. $1300. Call 541-420-2853. 10x

1975 STEPSIDE Dodge Pickup. New Front Tires, New Paint, 413 Engine. Runs Good. $2995. 541-786-1012. 14x

1976 RAM CHARGER. New Carpet, 440 Engine. In Good Condition. $2995. Call 541-786-1012 Or E-mail: 14x

1985 FORD 150 Truck. 4WD. Auto Transmission. Sound Engine. Warn Hubs. $1500 OBO. Call 541-633-7824 (Message) Or 541-848-7769. 13x 2008 PT CRUISER. Auto, Cruise, CD, PDL, PW, Tilt, Moon Wheels, All Season Tires. 52K Miles. $9450. Call 541-504-1197. 11x 2008 FORD F-250 Super Cab 4x4. 66,000 Miles. Good Condition. $18,000 OBO. Call 541-536-6023. 5x ‘48 CHEVY Club Coupe. Trade For 20062007 Extra Cab Pickup 4x4 Of Equal Value. $16,000-$18,000. Call 541-883-1255, Klamath Falls. 6x 1997 CHEVY 1500 Silverado. Extended Cab, Cargo Door. 112K. Some Body Damage. All Or Parts. Call 541-815-9094. 7x 1976 CHEVROLET 4x4. Parts Or ? Call 541-536-3209. 8x CHEVY TRAILBLAZER. 2005. White, Grey Interior. 4x4. Average Miles. Good Shape. Must Sell, Make An Offer. Makes A Good Gift! Call 541-749-8339 8x 1986 GMC Van. Newly Rebuilt Transmission. Smokes A Bit. Great For Storage Too. Call 541-923-4068 Or 541-350-0091. 5x TAHOE. 2003. LS. V-8, 5.3, 4WD, Automatic, Towing Package, Power Seat. Good Condition. Needs Transmission Repair. $3000 Cash Firm. Call 541-420-4551. 10x 1959 CHEVY Pickup. Fleetside, Short Box. Restored To Driver Quality By Hobbyist. Rebuilt 283 V-8. 3-Speed O.D. Good Interior. $4700. Can Haul Up To 300 Miles. Call 541-447-4624. 6x 1987 JEEP Cherokee Laredo. 5-Speed, Manual, 4x4, 4 Liter Engine. $400. Call 541-389-8120. 16x

SUNDAY - FEBRUARY 5TH Great selection of HD LCD & LED TVs in stock!

1998 FORD Expedition. 157,000 Miles. Runs Good And Does Great In The Snow. BFG All Terrains. $3200 OBO. Call 541-633-5508. 5x 1994 DODGE 1500 Ram 4WD Pickup. 134,000 Miles. Excellent Condition, With Custom Camper. $3199. Call 541-233-8421. 10x

1973 CHEVY C-10. All Factory Options. True Classic. Call For More Information, 541-575-4205. 15x 1969 FORD 600 Flatbed. 390 V-8, 4-Speed With 2-Speed Rear End. Runs Great. Make Offer. 541-548-4820. 16x 1987 K5 Blazer. 350 Auto. Black with Silver Stripes. 6” Lift, 85% On 33” Tires And Much More. $4200. Call 541-593-5592. 16x ‘91 CHEVY 3/4 Ton Extra Cab 4x4. 5-Speed. Runs And Drives Good. $1600. Call 541-504-9233. 8x ‘05 JEEP Wrangler 4x4. Air. 5,200 Miles. Excellent, Almost New. $17,500. 541-504-1470 or 541-480-7090. 6x 2003 BUICK LeSabre Custom With Leather. 117K Miles. Way Below Book At $4750! Call Kaleb, 541-728-5725. 5x 1953 CHEVY Sedan Delivery. 350/400. $10,000 Or Trade 1950 And Down Chevy Only. Must Be Rust Free. Leave Message, 541-508-0644. 13x 1974 FORD 4x4 Crew Cab Short Bed. Project, Near Complete. No Motor. Doors And Panels, Auto, P/S. $1850. For Information, Call 541-548-4820. 16x 1951 GMC Pickup. 5 Window. All Original. Very Good Project Truck. Make Offer. Call 541-330-6953. 10x 21’ ALUMINUM Step Van. Rebuilt 350 Chevy And Turbo 400 Transmission. Runs Perfect. $4750. Call 541-420-3782. 7x 1979 F-250, 300 Six. 4-Speed. Great Tires, Brakes. Steel Cab Guard, Trailer Brake Control. New Seat Cover. $1400. Call 541-410-7855. 14x 1977 CHEVY 4x4. SWB, 400 Engine, 350 Transmission, SRW. Fixer-Upper. $1500. Call 541-447-2397. 7x 1985 350 Chevy. Freshened Up. New Rings, Crank Bearings. $550 OBO. Call 541-604-4974. 14x

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• 1963 FORD Galaxy. $1000. • 1968 Ford Fairlane. Red Outside, Black Inside. $3500 OBO. Call 541-536-6023. 13x

‘85 FORD Pickup. 4x4, 1/2 SWB, Auto, Top And Bed Liner. $700. Call 541-910-6109. 13x

1936 FORD 5 Window Coupe. Body And Frame, Most All Parts Needed To Put Together. Call For Info, 541-330-6953. 10x





Volunteers Needed

We do not require any experience. Training is provided. Days and hours at volunteer’s discretion. Help is needed in the La Pine Community Kitchen, The Closet, The Pantry, The Produce and Pet Food. For more information, call 541-536-1312.

La Pine Frontier Days is proud to bring you the 10th Annual



Do you love crab? Well… here’s your chance to get your fill! Comes With All The Trimmings! Last day • Coleslaw of sale is d! • Baked Beans March 2n • French Bread Includes: Beer, Wine or Soda

ITEMS FOR SALE: • Butter Melting Kit • Crab Tools

Tickets $25 ea.

No tickets sold at the door. Last day of sale is March 2nd. (Only 600 tickets to be sold!). Tickets available at the Frontier Days Office at 541-536-7821 • or at these local La Pine businesses: La Pine Chamber of Commerce • Adrian House Of Hair • Ace Hardware • Shop Smart Ray’s Food Place • Twigs Gift Company • South Valley Bank

Our crab , eet is fresh, sw ned, ea chilled, cl nd cracked a ! at ready to e

Bring your favorite crab cracker and a good appetite and, of course, NO DOGGY BAGS! Our Crab is absolutely the freshest! It’s delivered direct from Pacific Seafood’s crab facility in Newport, Oregon.

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• Comprehensive Eye Exams • Contact Lenses • Glasses •• Treatment for Eye Disease Comprehensive Eye Exams 541-536-5023 •• Laser & Refractive Eye Surgery Contact Lenses • Glasses Consultations CHIMNEY SERVICE

La Pine eyecare cLinic

• Treatment For Eye Disease We& aRefractive r e H e r eEye I nSurgery La Pine, • Laser why drive to Bend? Consultations

$85 CHIMNEY SWEEP Oregon Certified Sweep Service And Installation Wood • Gas • Pellet Always accepting Licensed, Bonded, Insured We Are Here In La Pine, ew patients! CCB#184453 WhynDrive To Bend? A SWEEP ABOVE CHIMNEY SERVICE Accepting TAlways ouris t s & VNew i s i tPatients! ors alway Calls541-419-3630. cc welcome!

Tourists & Visitors Welcome!

CHIMNEY CLEANING & INSPECTION And Wildfire Fuel Reduction Chimney Cleaning & Inspection Starts At $85. Licensed, Bonded & Insured. CCB#190415 GUSTAFSON FIRE PREVENTION SERVICES, LLC Call 541-536-4898. cc

Dr. Graham Balcer and the La Pine Eyecare Clinic Staff Dr. Graham Balcer and the La Pine Eyecare Clinic Staff

16410 Third Street • Suite A • La Pine One block East of the intersection of

One Block East Of The Intersection Of Hwy. 97 And Third Street Hwy 97 and Third Street (Same Corner As Ray’s Food Place)

(Same corner as Ray’s Grocery Store)

Graham A. Balcer, OD Graham A. Balcer, OD 541-536-2911 16410 Third Street, Suite A, La Pine 541-536-2911


7am-7pm Mon.-Fri. • 8am-5pm Sat. 10am-5pm Sun.

52674 N. HWY. 97 • LA PINE

541-536-6252 HYDRAULIC HOSES We make hydraulic hoses at S&S utilizing Gates products. FOR ALL YOUR HYDRAULIC NEEDS REMEMBER S&S AUTO PARTS!


ACCESS TO THE LARGEST INVENTORY IN CENTRAL OREGON! BULLDOG OR TRUXSTUFF 8000# SELF-RECOVERY WINCH Premium Series Wound 5.2 HP (3.8 KW) Motor For Maximum Performance Powers Load In & Out, Automatic Load Holding Brake, Freespooling Clutch For Quick Wire Rope Deployment. Includes: Remote Control, Roller Fairlead, Sealed Power, Wire Rope.




SUNWEST REDI-MIX, INC. For All Your Concrete Needs! Serving La Pine & The Surrounding Areas. Contractor’s Concrete Supplies. Commercial & Residential. Call 541-536-8468. cc

SHOP SMART 51370 Hwy. 97, La Pine. Call 541-536-1724.





RAY’S FOOD PLACE, LA PINE Call 541-536-2041 Or Fax 541-536-6107. cc

LEADER BRAND COUGH DROPS, 30 CT. - $79¢ Leader Brand Cough Drops Sugar Free, 25 Ct. - .99¢. Assorted Flavors. DRUG MART PHARMACY 51600 Huntington Rd., La Pine. Call 541-536-1111. cc

La Pine Septic Service This month we will donate $10 from every residential septic pump, (during regular business hours), to the following non-profit organization: LA PINE LIBRARY. Last month we donated to LA PINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

We recommend pumping your septic tank every 3 to 5 years, depending on usage, so if you are due, help us out by supporting this local non-profit and call today to schedule your septic to be pumped! Have septic questions? Please, give us a call! We’d love to hear from you!


Signs Banners Vehicles Magnetics Decals Posters ALL TYPES OF SIGNS P.O. Box 2490 • La Pine, OR 97739 Located Next Door To Ace Hardware

BOWS MARTIN LONG BOW. Custom Made. 115+ Lbs. Bad Girl With Accessories. $150 Firm. Call 541-771-5240. 15x COMPOUND BOW With Hard Case. Martin. Camo. Elliptical Cams. Magnetic Rest. Quiver. Adjustable Sights. New String. 55-75 Lbs. $150. Call 541-408-4528. 16x 64 LB. RECURVE Hunting Bow. $60, Cash. Call 541-647-9637. 7x MARTIN LEOPARD Magnum Bow. 2008. 35-50 Lb., 25” Draw With 6 Extra Draw Length Modules, Trulo 5-Pin Sight, QAD Ultra Rest, STS Stringstop. $200. Call 541-536-2796. 15x

AUTOS/TRUCKS 2002 JEEP Wrangler. 6 Cylinder, 5-Speed. 105K. P/S, P/B, Cruise, AC, Pioneer Stereo CD, Hard Top. $11,800 OBO. Call 541-788-3004. 14x 1964 CHEVY Suburban Utility Vehicle Modified By Bonneville Power Administration. Has New Engine And New Tires. Have Photos. Asking $1800 OBO. Call 541-480-5221. 9x SPORTS CAR. 1975 Jensen Healey. Straight Body, Rust Free. Chevy Rear End, Motor Mounts. Project, No Motor Or Transmission. $500. Call 541-647-3221. 16x 1978 MERCEDES BENZ. $2000. Call 541-210-4542.


1979 CJ5 With Rust. $950. Call 541-408-5861.


LAUNDROMATS PRELL, INC. DBA LA PINE LAUNDROMAT Air Conditioning • Attendant On Duty Fluff & Fold Service. October-May, 9am-6pm (Last Wash Load 4pm). June-September, 7:30am7:30pm. Last Wash Load 5:30pm. 51620 Bluewood Ave. (Behind Taco Bell). Debbie Prell, 541-408-2160. cc

email: web: www.mountainviewf 9:00-5:00 M-F • 10:00-3:00 Sat. 51636 Huntington Road, La Pine Across From The Post Office




AMMO. 338 Mag. Or 300 Weatherby. Call Jerry At 541-480-2009. 8x

REWARD OFFERED. Accidentally Donated Ladies Black Wool 3/4 Length Coat, Size 8T. Please Call 541-593-1994, Reward. 14x

CONCEALED CARRY Permit Classes. Oregon Statewide $40 (Almost Nationwide $60). Classes In Prineville, Bend, La Pine. Call 541-290-2498. c39

FOUND LADIES RING AND Also 2 Men’s Wedding Rings. Found At Shop Smart. Please Call To Identify, 541-536-1724. 12x FOUND: HOUSE KEY On Holiday Between Sunrise And Old Mill In La Pine, On A Blue Clip. Call John To Identify, 541-536-1159. 8x

CAT MISSING. Monday, November 7th In The Sombrio/Camino de Oro/Sparks Area, La Pine. May Be Trapped In An Outbuilding/Shed. “Kiki” Is A Medium Long-Haired Calico With A White Tip On Her Tail. Smaller 2-Year-Old Spayed Female. Very, Very Shy. Please Call 541-536-9026 Or 541-647-7797. 5x

GIFTS/NOVELTIES TWIGS GIFT COMPANY HOURS: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-5pm 16434 Burgess Road, La Pine. Call 541-536-5772. cc




SEASONED LODGEPOLE PINE. Split And Delivered. $165 Cord. Call 541-408-8195. 5

16464 William Foss Road La Pine, Oregon

LODGEPOLE PINE. Guaranteed Dry. Ready To Burn. $150 Cord Delivered. Call 541-408-2365 Or 541-420-4892. 5



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Many Needs...One Agent No matter what your insurance needs, your COUNTRY agent is ready to help. Andy Meeuwsen

‘03 HARLEY FATBOY. 100th Anniversary. Silver/Black Edition With 9600 Original Miles! First $13,900 Firm. Call John At 541-480-4511. 9x

...will meet on Thursday, February 9th at the La Pine Grange Hall. If you have a classic old car--does not have to be perfect or finished--or have an interest in old cars and would like to know more about our club, we invite you to join us for this potluck meeting. The potluck will start at 6:00pm, followed by the meeting at 7:00pm. For more info call Roger at 541-536-9336 or NaDynne at 541-536-5691. Hope to see you there.

Wilderness GARBAGE & Recycling

‘05 YAMAHA Bruin. 350 Auto, 4x4. Great Shape, Runs Great. Lots Of Extras. $2800. Call 541-771-2042. 6x 1986 YAMAHA Big Wheel. Runs Excellent. Won’t Find A Nicer One Out There. Racks Front And Rear. $1850 OBO. Call 541-280-7307. 5x

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• 300’ OF PICKET Fencing. Great Deal. $250. • 12’x2’ Formica. $60. Call 541-868-4360. 15x

Serving La Pine, giLchriSt, creScent, creScent Lake Jct. & chemuLt

TWO 36” Full Glass Storm Doors. Brown. Like New. $100 OBO For Both. Call 541-389-9268. 12x



RV AIR CONDITIONER. 120 Volt. $60 OBO. Call 541-536-1830. 16x

STARCRAFT STARLITE ‘99 Travel Trailer. 23’, Queen Walk-Around Bed, A/C, Awning. Can Be Towed With Small Auto Or Pickup. In Very Good Condition. $3995. Call 541-410-1958. 16x

2007 LAYTON 24’ 5th Wheel. Bought New Last June. Under Factory Warranty Until June 2012. $15,000. Call 541-536-6023. 13x FIFTH WHEEL Slider Mount. $175 Cash. Call 541-280-2007. 6x FOUR TIRES Mounted On RV Rims. 7.50x20 On 6-Hole Rims. $75 Each Or $250 For All Four. For More Info Call 541-892-8962. 51xx

1977 17’ CAMP TRAILER Fifth Wheel. $295. Call 541-910-6109. 13x CAMPER. Cabover. Few Issues. $100. Call 541-678-7403. 14x

2 DOORS. 24”x80” Hollow Core Mahogany Single Bore. New Condition. Cost $102, Sell $70 For Pair. 541-536-3889 Or 541-420-6215. 8x

1982 HONDA Goldwing. GL-1100 Motor. Custom. Lots Of Harley Parts. 48,000 Miles. Fast, Reliable. $2995, Guns Part Trade. Call 541-536-1575 Or 541-390-7182. 8x

PAWN SHOPS WE BUY GOLD! Rings, Chains, Jewelry - Any Condition. BEND PAWN & TRADING COMPANY La Pine #P-334, Next To Dairy Queen, 541-536-0999. Bend #P-273, 1 Block South Of Fred Meyer, 541-317-5099. cc

• BAJA 50CC Motorcycle. $250 OBO. • Classic Mini Bike. $150 OBO. Call 541-410-1007. 8x

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COCC Now Offering GED Testing Service

Central Oregon Community College has begun offering the General Educational Development - or GED - test. The High Desert Educational Service District had offered the test until last July, when it discontinued the service due to budget constraints. In the interim, Jefferson County ESD has been offering the service in Madras only. “A high school education or GED certificate is a minimum requirement for most employment, for attaining higher levels of education, and for fostering prosperity in the region,” said Karin Hilgersom, vice president of instruction. “COCC is committed to making the GED testing service locally available to our District’s residents.” GED testing is also available in Bend and Redmond. Testing locations in La Pine, Warm Springs and Madras will also offer the service within the next few months. COCC has hired Floy Sitts to oversee the GED testing program in Central Oregon. Partnership to End Poverty has pledged to contribute $20,000 to offset the costs related to starting the program. “The Partnership to End Poverty recognizes the critical link between education and employment and earnings. A high school diploma or GED is the foundation to future economic success,” said Scott Cooper, executive director of the Partnership to End Poverty. “We applaud the leadership COCC has shown in restoring the availability of the GED throughout the region, and we appreciate the opportunity to collaborate in making this happen.” The GED consists of five timed tests. Except for math and writing, the tests can be taken in any order. Tests are given by appointment only. More than one test can be taken on a given day, and all five tests must be completed at one location. Attending an Orientation Session prior to the first test is required. For candidates with certain disabilities, large-print and audio versions of the tests are available. For more information on testing accommodations, call COCC’s Disability Services at 541-383-7583. The cost of the GED test is $120, which covers all five tests, the state fee and processing fee. Additional fees may apply. There are several ways to prepare for the GED tests. COCC’s Adult Basic Skills program offers classes in basic reading, writing and math at the COCC Crook County Open Campus. The cost of each class is $20 per term. For information, call 541-504-2950 or visit COCC’s website In addition, GED preparation books are available at most libraries, and GED practice tests are available in English and Spanish at Since the start of the testing program, more than 15 million people - or one in seven high school graduates - have earned GED certificates. For general information about the GED testing procedure, visit For specific questions, contact Floy Sitts, the GED Examiner, at 541-383-7701 Ext. 2271 or e-mail

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‘84 HOLIDAY RAMBLER Motorhome. 38,000 Miles. Needs Little Work. $5500. Call 541-280-5887. 8x

1972 22’ Open Road Travel Trailer. Great Condition. $900 OBO. 541-923-4068 Or 541-350-0091. 5x

“PANTRY” DOOR. Purchased NEW But Never Installed. Wood With Glass On Top, Marked “Pantry” On Glass. $75. Call 541-771-1945. 10x


18’ TRAVEL TRAILER. Asking $1200 OBO. Call 541-390-1515. 5x

‘78 DODGE Sportsman 19’ Motorhome. Strong Motor. New Tires, Including Spare. Everything Works. Current Registration. Sleeps 4. $2995 OBO. Madras. Call Bill, 541-390-5651. 5x

541-536-0340 (office) 541-420-7204 (cell) 541-536-0341 (fax)

POLARIS RANGER Custom Wheels And Tires. New. 26x11x12, 26x9x12. $400. Call 541-433-2548. 14x


1988 ALPENLITE 5th Wheel. New Refrigerator, Oven, Microwave And Heater. Very Nice Unit. $4500. Call 541-977-2434. 14x 51530 Huntington Road | Suite 6 | La Pine, OR 97739

1987 HONDA XL600. Excellent Shape. $650 Firm. Call 541-536-4380. 15x

The High Lakes Car Club...

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Ads & More

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Sell your car, boat, ATV or whatever. Have a garage sale. It’s FREE! Just call 541-536-2532 or fax: 541-536-1009. Email: or stop by Twigs Gift Co. at 16434 Burgess Road, La Pine.

* You may run up to 6 ads per week but each ad must be 20 words or less. Additional words are 20¢ each with a $2.00 minimum. Ads will run till it sells or 12 weeks, whatever comes first. Please let us know when your item sells. BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FIREWOOD, ANIMAL BREEDERS, WANTEDS, REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS DO NOT QUALIFY.

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Advertiser Website & E-mail Guide




SUPER BOWL SPECIAL! Pizza, Chicken Wings, Soda - $24.95 February 3-5, 2012. FIGARO’S PIZZA 51538 Hwy. 97, La Pine. Call 541-536-8332. 5cc SENIOR NIGHT! EVERY TUESDAY AT 4PM. Buy 1 Dinner And Get The 2nd Free (Must Buy Beverage). GORDY’S RESTAURANT & TRUCK STOP Hwy. 97 At Wickiup Junction, La Pine. Call 541-536-6006. cc SUNDAY BRUNCH FROM 10AM-2PM! See Display Ad In This Issue For Brunch Menu. Restaurant Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 8am-8pm, Friday & Saturday, 8am-10pm. CRESCENT LAKE RESORT Hwy. 58. Call 541-433-2505. cc

HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED (3-5) YEARS Equipment Operators, Truck Drivers, Pipe Layers. See Display Ad In This Issue For Details. VIC RUSSELL CONSTRUCTION, INC., FINLEY BUTTE AGGREGATE & PAVING P.O. Box 2520, La Pine, OR 97739. cc

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS LIKE NEW Complete Professional Karaoke System. Includes Everything And Carrying Cases. Tons Of Songs. $2000. Call 541-868-4360. 15x USED FENDER STRATOCASTER. Red. Comes With Portable Amp. $250. Call 503-347-5716. 13x FIRST ACT Electric Guitar And Amp. Good Condition. $150 OBO. Call 541-317-1383. 11x

FENDER BLUES Junior III Tub Amp. 6 Months New. 5-Year Warranty. $400. Call 541-480-5950. 6x

Donations Needed


This guide is a FREE SERVICE to Wise Buys Advertisers

The La Pine Community Kitchen is always in need of food, clothing and monetary donations.

Please call 541-536-1312 for more information.

Severe Winter Weather Back Country Advisory/Warning

The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office and The Deschutes National Forest are issuing a joint advisory concerning back country travel in our areas. The following conditions may exist in all or some back country areas: 5-7 ft. of recent snowfall creates severe back country conditions; Elevated avalanche conditions : natural and human triggered avalanches have been reported; High winds have brought down trees across back country areas; Snow cat operators report becoming disoriented and losing trails in whiteout conditions and extremely deep snow with severe snow drifts. Trail grooming is suspended during severe snow conditions; Back country and trail users alike have an increased likelihood of becoming exhausted, stuck, broken down, lost or injured during present conditions; Cell phone service is limited in many back country areas, batteries die, users are often poorly equipped and do not know their location this may further complicate emergency situations; Search and Rescue assistance may take hours, overnight or even days before rescuers can reach people in urgent need. You not only risk your own life when in a dire situation, you risk the lives of rescue personnel. Instances of death increase during extreme weather events; Until conditions improve and the snow pack settles we advise all users of the hazardous conditions and to avoid back country areas, even back country trails; Current-severe winter hazards include: unconsolidated deep snow, strong winds, zero visibility, buried trail and other directional signing, variable (high to extreme) avalanche conditions, deep tree wells, buried hazards, downed trees, heavy snow/ice falling from trees, no trail grooming in high elevations, continued heavy snow and/or rain possible for several days. Slush and water hazards may develop with rain on snow conditions. The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue would urge all recreational users to use extreme caution during winter storms. For more info: 541-388-6655.

16th Annual Valentine Spaghetti Dinner

Holy Redeemer Church’s youth families are hosting their 16th Annual Valentine Spaghetti Dinner. Any monies raised at this event will enable youth to attend camps, retreats, conferences and many other youth activities at little or no cost to the youth. The event will be held Saturday, February 12, 2012 from 4:30pm to 7:30pm at Holy Redeemer Church in La Pine. The prices for tickets are as follows: single $5 and family $20 (2 adults and children). The price includes salad, spaghetti, bread, dessert, juice, coffee or tea. Wine will be sold by the glass. Tickets will be available for sale at the following places: Holy Redeemer Church office, 16137 Burgess Road, La Pine; La Pine Chamber of Commerce, Hwy. 97, La Pine; Little d Technology, Huntington Road, La Pine; and Holy Trinity Church, 18143 Cottonwood Road, Sunriver. Holy Redeemer office hours are as follows: Monday & Tuesday, 8:30am-4:30pm and Wednesday through Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm; Holy Trinity office hours are Wednesday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. For reservations call Lorri Ann at 541-536-6267. For ticket sales or questions call 541-536-1992, 541-536-3571 or 541-593-5990.

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SHURE SM58 MIC. New In Box. $95. Call 541-480-5950. 6x PEAVEY BXP BASS And Amp. Good Condition. $250 OBO. Call For Details, 541-317-1383. 11x

BARBERS JOE’S BARBER SHOP, La Pine Square, Hwy. 97, Downtown La Pine, Next To Hunan Chinese Restaurant. 9am-4pm Tuesday-Friday, 9am-3pm Saturday, Other Hours By Appointment. Call 541-350-0279. c1

EQUESTRIAN HORSESHOEING & TRIMMING. 30+ Years Experience. Work Guaranteed. Call George Stark, 541-536-9503. 6 6-YEAR-OLD MARE Mustang. $500 Or Trade. Call 541-576-4021. 8x MINI PALOMINO Stallion. Registered. 12 Years Old. Gentle, UTD. $400. Call 541-771-1778. 5 C.W. FARRIER SERVICES. 17 Years Experience. References Available. Serving La Pine And Surrounding Areas. Reasonable Rates. 541-410-1835. 5c SMALL SADDLE. Real Good Shape. Ready To Use. Makes Good Kids Saddle. $165 Or Make Me An Offer. Call 541-330-6953. 15x

ANIMALS & SUPPLIES LOVING, ADORABLE Tiny Male Pomeranian Puppy. Good Natured. Includes First Shots, Kennel, Food, Toys, To Loving Home. First $350. Call 541-868-4360. 13x

ANIMALS & SUPPLIES DOG GROOMING. Close To Town And Private. Pick Up And Delivery Services. Day Care, Dog Walks. 10% Senior Discount. Call Linda At 541-536-0100. 5 LARGE 24”x36” Dog Carrier. Rubber Coated Metal. Very Good Condition. Full Slider Bottom. Black & Turquoise. $30. Call 541-350-0848. 5x LAB PUPPIES. 5 Chocolate Males, 2 Black Males, 2 Black Females. $100 For Chocolate, $50 For Black. Call 541-408-4007, After 3pm. 5 GREAT LASTING Gift, Best Friend, Gorgeous, Tiny, Designer Male Puppy. 3/4 Papillon, 1/4 Pomeranian. Will Stay Tiny. $400. Call 541-868-4360. 9x

ANIMALS & SUPPLIES • PARAKEETS. $10. • Singing Canaries. $35. Please Call 541-433-5535.


DACHSHUND MIX Puppies. AKC Parents. Black And Tan. Smooth Coat. Males And Females. $100 Each. Call 541-771-1778. 5 6 PUPPIES To Trade For A Big Bag Of Dog Food. Ready Now. Call 541-280-1830. 5x 5-YEAR-OLD BEAGLE Stud To Good Home. AKC Registered. Great With Small Children And Other Pets. Great Temperament. $200. 541-408-6463 Or 541-389-1431. 10x

PET SAFE Wireless Dog Fence. Used 2 Months. Complete With 3 Collars, 11 Batteries. $200 OBO. Call 208-610-9041. 13x

LA PINE PET BED-N-BATH Professional Lodging & Grooming. Offering Daycare & Creative Play! Also Offering Therapeutic Massage & DerMagic For Dandruff & Itching. Call 541-536-5355. cc

If You Have Lost Or Found A Pet, Advertise It For Free In Wise Buys! Call 541-536-2532.

PORTABLE DOG KENNELS. Medium And Small Sizes. $20. Call 541-408-4528. 16x

The Tackle Box Every year we say things like, “If I could change one thing this year in the fishing regulations, it would be...” fill in the blank. Well, here is your golden opportunity to do just that and have an integral part in the 2013 fishing regulations. The ODFW is offering a public process which allows the public to submit and suggest ideas and changes to the annual Oregon Fishing Regulations. This is a new format and has guidelines one must follow to have their ideas accepted, but if you are serious, you can take the time to offer your recommendation and be in submission compliance. It is suggested you contact one of our local biologists to fine-tune your idea to keep it from being expelled from review. This is a never-offered-before opportunity and if you have a serious concern or if there is something you have strong feelings about changing, take this time to make a real difference. You can access the required formats online at ODFW website: public_process.asp and for ways to submit your ideas and suggestions for review. You can also submit ideas about the things you like that they have changed for the better as well, to prevent them from removing the feature of the regulations you think are positive and should remain. Like I have heard said, if you want something changed, take action and make it happen. This is the time and way you can do just that for the upcoming years to come. Fish On! - The Friendly Fisherman -

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Wise Buys Ads & More will not be held responsible for errors unless they substantially damage the message being conveyed and only to the extent of the space involved where the error occurs. Please read your ad the first day of publication and report any errors promptly. This paper shall not be held responsible for any errors beyond the first week’s publication. Liability shall not exceed the cost of that portion of space occupied by such error. No position guarantees are given. The publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor for omission of copy. Deadlines for cancellation are identical to placement deadlines. All ads are subject to approval of this paper which reserves the right to edit or reject or cancel any ad even if we have published this ad in the past. Any opinions expressed in Wise Buys are not necessarily those of said company. All ads designed by Wise Buys Ads & More become the property of said company. Any reproduction or use of these ads in any way is prohibited without prior consent.

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Pop Can Fund Raiser

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The La Pine High School Equestrian Team is collecting pop cans. You can drop them off at La Pine Pet Bed-N-Bath or Tom’s Country Market. Thank you. For more info: Christina Bates, 541-419-1055; Kathy Russell, 541-419-8925.


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• Pressure Washer. Karcher. 2400 PSI, Honda 5hp. $125. • Air Compressor. 120/230V. 20 Gallon Tank. 3.5hp. $85. Call 541-536-1830. 16x

CRAFTSMAN TABLE SAW. $129 OBO. Call 541-382-2137. 9x

NEW UL SCHUMACHER WeldingCutting Set. $100 Cash. Call 541-280-2007. 6x


SHOP DRILL PRESS. Bench Mount. $75. Call 541-318-0582. 14x SANDBLASTER AND FILTER. Like New. $5000 Worth, Take For $1800. Call 541-420-3782. 7x LARGE GRINDER. 18” Silicon Carbide Domed Wheel. 220 Volts. Optical Indust. $400. Call 541-420-3782. 7x • WEED EATER. Feather Light. $75. • BCP Compressor. 40 PSI. $50. • Husqvarna Chainsaw. 20-26”. $225. Call 541-771-0532. 7x COMPLETE SET Of Roberts Carpet Installation Tools In Box. $150. Call 541-480-5950. 6x • TWO CIRCULAR SAWS. $20 Each. • One Cordless Drill. $20. • Air Compressor. $40. • Heavy Duty Grinder. $20 Cash. Call 541-647-9637. 10x WAYNE 30 GALLON Upright 220 Phase Air Compressor. $100. Call 541-318-0582. 14x PORTER CABLE PLATE Joiner. Complete Kit With Extra Biscuits. $90. Call 541-536-5701. 14x


BEND PAWN & TRADING COMPANY LA PINE #P-334 (Next to Dairy Queen) 541-536-0999 BEND #P-273 (1 Block South of Fred Meyer) 541-317-5099

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ROTO-HOE TB-5 Wood Chipper. Like New. $450. Call 541-280-0687. 5x

2002 YAMAHA LS2000 Jet Boat. $10,000. Need To Move So This Is Very Negotiable. Call 541-639-1457. 16x

Susie Weller

Twigs Gift Company... an interesting collection

14’ ALUMINUM Flat Bottom Fishing Boat. 7.5hp Motor, Trolling Motor, Oars, Extra Gas Tanks, Seats. $500 Cash. Call 541-647-9637. 10x MINN KOTA TROLLING MOTOR. 6-Speed, 55 Lb. Thrust With Deep Cycle Battery. $150. Call 541-390-3065. 8x 14’ BOAT, 15hp Motor. Would Like To Trade For A 4WD 4-Wheeler Of Equal Value. $2800. Call 541-536-2792. 5x 12’ ALUMINUM Boat With Trolling Motor. ‘80s-ish. With Title. $200 OBO. 541-923-4068 Or 541-350-0091. 5x

CARPET CLEANING NEW LIFE CARPET CLEANING • Very Powerful State-Of-The-Art Truck Mounted Equipment • Furniture Cleaning • Carpet Re-stretching And Repairs • Air Duct Cleaning • Dryer Vent Cleaning • Tile And Grout Cleaning CCB# 62506. Senior Discount. Call 541-536-2409. c5



Variety of Blue Buffalo Dog Food Now In Stock!

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00-5:00 • Sat. 9:00-4:00 • Sun. 11:00-4:00

51420 Hwy. 97, La Pine • 541-536-2025


Interested in fine-tuning your speaking skills? Join us at La Pine Chamber Toastmasters on Tuesday mornings at 8am at the Crescent Creek Community building. You do not need to be a Chamber Member to attend. For more info call Linda Stephenson at 541-536-2049.

UP TO $3000 IN REBATES & TAX CREDITS! Call to find out more!

AUTO PARTS NAPA FULL SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL $3.49 Quart! See Display Ad In This Issue For Details. NAPA - LA PINE AUTO SUPPLY Monday-Friday 8am-6pm Saturday 8am-5pm; Sunday 9am-3pm Visit Us At 54117 Hwy. 97, La Pine. Call 541-536-2192. cc 8000 LB. SELF RECOVERY WINCHES $399. See Display Ad For Details. S&S AUTO PARTS 52674 N. Hwy. 97, La Pine (In The Old Dollar Store Building). Call 541-536-6252. cc

AUTO REPAIR AUTO STAR AUTOMOTIVE OIL CHANGE SPECIAL $29.95 Full Service Automotive Repair Certified RV Repair Technician 24-Hour Towing Service 16855 Reed Road, La Pine. Call 541-536-7657. cc


Fun at the Shack! We sell INTERACTIVE TOY CONCEPTS WI-FI™ RC HELICOPTER 60-0082, reg. $99.99


COMPARE OUR RATES... $50 Per Hour. Over 30 Years Experience. PAUL’S MOBILE AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR. Call 541-419-2454. cc


PLUMBING LA PINE PLUMBING For ALL Your Plumbing Needs, Including Rooter Service! Licensed, Bonded & Insured. CCB# 164247. Call 541-433-2553 Or Cell 541-480-2149, 541-480-2512. cc

32” PANASONIC Television. Analog Style. Call 541-389-8120. 16x


Phone 541.536.5772 P.O. Box 689 • 16434 Burgess Road La Pine, Oregon 97739



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HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 10-5

GIANT JUNK TIRES At Les Schwab Tire Center, La Pine. Call 541-536-3009. cc





RadioShack® Mon. thru Fri. 10am to 6pm • Sat. 10am-5pm


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Affordable Stick Built Homes!

CRESCENT LAKE RV PARK. Laundry, Showers, Rec Room, Full Hook-Ups, 30 & 50 Amp Service. Open Year Round. • Daily - $25 Plus Tax. • Weekly - $150, No Tax. • Monthly - $400, No Tax. Call Bill At 541-433-5300. c8 NEWBERRY RV PARK. Near Sunriver. Free Cable, TV, Wi-Fi. Clean Showers And Restrooms. Coin Laundry. 50 Amp Power. Winter Special - $300 Month. Call 541-536-7596. c47

MOBILE/MFG. HOMES IMPORTANT OFFER. Will Buy Your 1990 Or Newer Mobile Home And Remove It For Free. Call Doug At 503-799-0539. 13

REAL ESTATE SEE CASCADE REALTY For Your Real Estate & Rental Needs. 51477 S. Hwy. 97, La Pine. 541-536-1731. cc 2005, 3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath Manufactured Home On One Fenced Acre In SunForest Estates. Complete Interior Remodel. Possible Owner Terms With Cash Down Or Trade. $79,900. Call 541-979-6211. 5 HIGH LAKES REALTY AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT See Our Display Ad In This Issue For Featured Properties And Rentals. Corner Of Hwy. 97 And William Foss Road, La Pine. Call 541-536-0117. cc

 Guaranteed Build Time! Model Home: 1454 NW Maple Rim Court,  Price Lock Guarantee! Redmond, OR 97756  Customizable Floor Plans!  Serving All of Central & Eastern Oregon!

Call for a FREE Plan Book!

TAKE YOUR PICK! • Cul-De-Sac Acre +/-, Backs Up To National Forest. $59,000. • Corner Acre +/-. $49,000. Both In Very Nice Sunrise Blvd. Area, La Pine. Call John At 541-480-4511. 5c



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RENTALS CRESCENT CREEK PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES, LLC GILCHRIST: • Studios. $375, $395, $450. • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath. $875. CRESCENT: • 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath. $550. CRESCENT LAKE: • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath. $650. Glenda Eaton, Property Manager Call 541-419-2708.

RENTALS 2 BEDROOM IN LA PINE. Close In. Paved Road. New Carpet And Paint. Woodstove. $750 Month. Call For Appointment, 541-536-1815 Or 541-420-9890. c2 FOR ALL YOUR PROPERTY Management Needs. From Full Management To Placement. Please Call Windermere Property Management At 541-389-4149. cc 5c



COMMERCIAL/OFFICE SPACE SMALL EFFICIENT Retail/Office Space Available. 650 Sq. Ft., In Building Located In Center Of La Pine On Hwy. 97. Available January 1. Excellent Location, Long-Term Lease Available. Call Rex At 541-536-1726. c52 FOR RENT OR LEASE, Commercial Building On Corner Of Burgess & River Pine, La Pine. $550 Month. Call 541-536-2252. c19

RENTALS RENTALS AT VILLAGE PROPERTIES. Rentals Available NOW! La Pine, Sunriver, Three Rivers. Great Selection. Prices Range From $425-$2000 Month. View Our Full Inventory At www. Call 1-888-810-1419. c37 CRESCENT LAKE: • HOUSE: 19836 Hwy. 58. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Electric Heat, Carport. $675. • HOUSE: 20007 Clear Lake Highway. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath. $725. Call Gil At Crescent Lake Resort, 541-433-2505. c27

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LA PINE: 51477 S. Hwy. 97 • P.O. Box 426 • La Pine, OR 97739 9-4:30, Mon.-Fri. • 10-2, Sat. & Sun. 541-536-1731

Serving La Pine Since 1962



PROPERTY MANAGEMENT - 541-536-6221 Loretta Haniford (9-4, Monday-Friday)

CRESCENT LAKE: 19100 Hwy. 58 • P.O. Box 1123 • Crescent Lake, OR 97733 10-4, Wednesday-Sunday 541-433-5678


VERY WELL MAINTAINED single wide on .33 acre lot. Has beautiful landscaping, garden and single car garage. Just painted on the outside, is fenced with an entry gate. REDUCED TO $29,900. MLS#201106973. S/R-8197.

ALMOST 2 ACRES. Mountain view and meadow to watch wildlife. This 3528’ home has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and upstairs and downstairs hot water heaters. Gorgeous landscaping, blacktop drives, 4-car plus shop garage. Too many amenities to list. Call today. $550,000. MLS#2901293. R-7957.

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EVENINGS & WEEKENDS – LA PINE – DENNIS HANIFORD, Principal broker .......541-536-1577 TISHA ANDERSON, Principal broker.........541-420-1361 JERRY CAIRNS, broker ............................541-815-9844 NANCY CARTER, Principal broker............541-536-2225 CAROL GRAY, Principal broker ................541-815-3616 EARL BELL, broker ..................................541-536-4062 – CRESCENT LAKE – KERRY ELLINGTON, Principal broker .......541-815-6363 LINDA BARRON, Principal broker ............541-815-0606

THIS HOME IS A MUST SEE. Near Quail Run Golf Course & Little Deschutes River. 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath, office area, newer pellet stove in den, 5 rooms have solar lighting, very nice kitchen appliances, metal roofs, vinyl siding, vinyl windows, front & rear covered decks, 24x27 garage with shop area, 16x24 open storage, 10x24 rear storage. Paved driveway, new concrete septic installed 2010. REDUCED TO $73,900. MLS#201106957. L-8198.

GREAT ONE ACRE PARCEL, corner, paved road on two sides. City water and sewer available, also natural gas. Has been cleared of dead trees and most brush. OWC. $50,000. MLS#201106252. F-8193.

FOR RENT: CALL 541-536-6221 GILCHRIST: 1 bd, 1 ba w/garage .......................................... $400 2 bd, 1 ba, fenced yard, 2 storage buildings, 1 small pet negotiable ................................................. $435 2 bd, 1 ba + bonus room, garage...................... $550

REALLY GREAT HORSE PROPERTY. 6.5 acres. Fenced, cross fenced, paddocks, large hay barn. 2 bedroom, 2 bath nice manufactured home. Leased until September 2012. $179,900. MLS#201108032.

$129,000. 19211 Hwy. 58, Crescent Lake, OR. Owner Will Carry! Great vacation or rental property. 2 bedroom, 1 bath with premier walk-in jet tub. On 1 acre with open floor plan, woodstove, sunroom, covered deck. The garage and storage shed with covered carport provide lots of storage. MLS#201008141. Call Kerry at 541-815-6363.

$395,000. 139510 Buzzard Lane, Crescent Lake, OR. 4 bedroom, 2 bath on 5.9 acres of creek front. This property is a rarity! Very private with rock fireplace, woodstove, new sand filter septic and a 1456 SF garage/shop. Large deck overlooks 500’ of creek front. MLS#201200003. Call Kerry at 541-815-6363.

KLAMATH COUNTY: 3 bd, 2 ba mfg. w/wood heat, double carport .... $665 3 bd, 2 ba frame w/propane heat, double car garage ..$850 LA PINE & SUNRIVER AREA: 1 bd, 1 ba w/small storage ............................... $500 3 bd, 2 ba duplex w/garage.....................$675 + W/S 2 bd, 1.5 bath frame w/wood heat, 2 garages.. $777.50 3 bd, 2 ba mfg. ................................................. $675

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MISC. AUTO 16570 William Foss Rd., La Pine 4 Blocks East of Hwy. 97


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CHROME REAR STEP Bumper For 70s And 80s Chevy Pickup. Like New. $100 OBO. Call 541-536-2503. 14x TWO CHEVY 350 4x4 Transmission. Also C6 Transmission. Brand New Rebuilds. $350 Each Exchange. Call For Info, 541-330-6953. 10x LUMBER RACK. Long Bed. $150. Leave Message, 541-508-0644. 13x

• Coded Entry Gate • Fenced • Unit Sizes: 6x6 to 12x24

• Moving Supplies • Drywall Interior • Available 7 Days A Week





ARE CAMPER SHELL. Inferno, Tinted Windows, Carpet Kit. Fits Long Bed Dodge 2005-2010. Excellent Condition. $500. Call 541-536-8361. 14x

400 TURBO TRANSMISSION And Torque Converter. Fits Cadillac, Oldsmobile And Buick. Excellent Condition. $500 OBO. 541-536-3889 Or 541-420-6215. 15x

• 3/4 TON 14 Volt Corporate Rear End With 13” Brakes. $350. • ‘76 Chevy Straight Doors And Cab. $250. Call 541-382-5654. 13x

COVER CRAFT Car Cover. Good Condition. Fits A Small 2-Door. $50 OBO. Call 541-317-1383. 11x

CANOPY FOR Long Bed Pickup, With Top Rack. Side Windows Open Out. Key Locks On All Doors And Windows. $450. Call 541-536-5824. 13x

TWO FORD PINTO Engines, A 1600cc And A 2000cc. Both Came Out Of Running Cars. $175 Both Or $100 Each. Call 541-591-8192. 10x

M-21 MUNCIE Close Ratio 4-Speed Transmission With Mr. Gasket Shifter And Linkage. $1200 Firm. Call 541-447-2397. 11x

• METAL PICKUP RACK. Over Cab. $75. • Louvre Tailgate. Fits 2000 Chevy. $50. Call 541-576-2022. 6x

FORD TAKE-OFF Pickup Bed. 2000. 3/4 Ton. Silver. Never Used. $200. Call 541-504-9233. 8x

WANTED: DODGE 225 Slant 6 Engine And Auto Trans. Have 318, 360, 440. Trade? Call 541-536-3209. 8x


WARN WINCH. 8000 Lbs. Never Used. Trade For Name Brand Outboard Motor, 6-10hp. No Junk. Call Mel, 541-536-2799. 7x CHEVY 283 Block And Crank. Block .030” Over, Crank .010” Under. Correct For ‘65-’67 Chevelles. $100 OBO. Call 541-447-2397. 9x BBC PISONS. Wiseco Forged New 13i1 OC, 1.27 Pin Height, 4.5” Bore, With Pins, Spirolox And Rings. $500 OBO. Call 541-968-8728. 11x CHROME DEER GUARD. Fits 2001 1500 Dodge Pickup. $200. 541-678-7867. 9x ‘73 DATSUN B110. Lots Of Parts: Radiator, Heater, Carb, Etc. Call 541-536-2806. 14x 1957 CHEVY Car Parts. Bodies, Frames, Wheels, Small Parts, Doors, Fenders. All For $1000. Call 541-447-4624. 10x BIG BLOCK Chevy Parts: • Oil Pan. $25. • Two Hi-Rise Intakes. $75 Each. • ‘66 Chevelle Fiberglass Hood. $400. • Pair Of Ram’s Horn Exhaust Manifold. $50. Call 541-447-2397. 5x WARN HIDDEN WINCH Mount Plus Skirting Kit For ‘08-’10 Super Duty F250-F550. Nice Setup. New $800, Sell $300 Cash. Call 541-280-2007. 6x

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Mountainview Powersports 52407 Skidgel Rd. La Pine



Rodeo Queen Coronation/Fund Raiser...

...February 26, 2012 at the American Legion Hall on Drafter Road in La Pine. Doors open at 3:00pm. $7 cover charge includes spaghetti dinner, live music, a silent auction and 50/50 raffle. Come meet and support your 2012 Rodeo Queen, Mikaela Kollermeier. For more information call 541-410-4985.

Gary roberson ConstruCtion


"Building Quality Since 1970" Custom Remodeling • expeRt FRaming • gaRages shops • deCks • pole Buildings • BaRns • Ramadas

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Fax: 541-536-7970


Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory

Nature Center: Open Wednesday-Saturday, 10:00am4:00pm. $3 adults, $2 children (2-12) and free for Members. Observatory: Open President’s Day Weekend, February 18th (Saturday) and February 19th (Sunday) for night sky viewing from 8:00pm-10:00pm. Should be some great night sky viewing! Dress Warmly! $6 adults, $4 children (2-12) and free for Members. EXPERIENCE THE BIRDS AND CULTURE OF PERU, FEBRUARY 24TH (FRIDAY), 7:00PM-9:00PM: Free Event. Experience the birds and culture of Peru in a slide presentation by Doris Valencia, professional guide for Habitats Peru Travel. Doris, a native of Peru, is visiting the U.S. to promote Peruvian culture birding and conservation. Peru is recognized as one of the richest countries in the world for birds with more than 1,800 species, of which 85% are all-time residents. It is second only to Brazil in number of endemics with 117 species found nowhere else and second only to the “islands” of Indonesia in the number of species with restricted geographical ranges, 20% of all bird species are found in Peru. See some of Peru’s birds at Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory, P.O. Box 3533, Sunriver, OR 97707, Telephone: 541-593-4442, Fax: 541-593-5207. Inspire present and future generations to cherish and understand our natural world.


“We are the hub of the business community, promoting commerce and tourism making La Pine a vibrant community to work, live and play!”

ADAIR HOMES • Owner: Peter Marsh, founder Local Bend Contact: Kirk Sandburg So, Kirk Sandburg, when was Adair Homes founded? “Peter Marsh founded Adair Homes, Inc. in 1969. By 1971, the Central Oregon branch was opened.” Who are the main players at Adair? “I am the Home Ownership Counselor and I oversee and conduct all of the sales activities.”

Why do you work, live and play in La Pine? “La Pine is a beautiful area that we enjoy for golfing, hiking, cross country skiing, kayaking on the Deschutes River and fishing in the many lakes and reservoirs in the area. I love the outdoors and this has it all!” What is the potential for growth for your home building business? “Adair Homes has built in La Pine for many years and the market is perfect for an Adair Home. Most people in La Pine are practical people. They want great value for their new home. This is the same product value that Adair Homes provides for its customers.” What is your business’s greatest challenge? “We are lucky in that people come to us. The greatest challenge is helping people find the funding that they will need to build a new home.”

What is the biggest highlight of your career? “Working with people and helping them to plan and counsel them in wise home planning and smart building practices is the big highlight of working at Adair Homes! We recently completed building over 125 homes during the first decade of the early 21st century and we look forward to building many more. It is an exciting time for us!”

Kirk Sandburg

What do you do to relax? “Personally? I like to read, hike, float the river, take photographs and make pottery!”

Tell us something about yourself that few people know about: “I started the commercial White Water Rafting in the area in 1978 while I was at the Inn at the 7th Mountain and then on to Sun Country Tours.” (I guess he does like to float the rivers!).

In terms of volunteering in the community, what is your personal contribution to the community? “Adair Homes works hard to promote and organize community events (The Annual Rubber Duck Race for one) and we are active at the Chamber.” What are your plans for the future? “Adair Homes will continue to be an active part in revitalizing the economy of La Pine and we will be active in the Chamber, too.”

What advice would you give to community leaders? “I would hope that leaders will listen to the people in the community and encourage civic involvement in decision making.”

Do you have a mission? “Our mission is to strengthen the economic and social fabric of American Society, by helping families attain home ownership by constructing permanent homes of custom quality at an unprecedented value.” Do you have 2-3 people who would give you a testimonial? “Tony DeBone, Linda Stephenson and Dr. Michael Rosenfeld.”

Adair Homes • 63309 Nels Anderson Road, Bend • 541-382-4068 • E-mail:

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Scholarship Applications Now Available!

The Center Foundation has released applications for its annual college scholarship program that recognizes the achievements of Central Oregon’s top high school juniors. The $1500 college scholarships will be available to outstanding high school juniors who excel in academics, school extracurricular activities and leadership and who are involved community service. The scholarship program is open to current Central Oregon high school juniors planning to attend an accredited college or university in the fall of 2013. Candidates must have a 3.5 or above GPA, outstanding participation in school extracurricular and/or leadership activities and a solid record of community involvement. Qualified students are encouraged to apply. The deadline for completed application materials is 5pm on February 27, 2012 at The Center Foundation, 2200 NE Neff Road, Bend, Oregon. Details and application packets are available at all Central Oregon high school counseling offices, by calling The Center Foundation at 541322-2399 or at (follow the tab/links). ABOUT THE CENTER FOUNDATION: The Center Foundation exists to benefit the health, wellness, and education of Central Oregon youth, and provides programs in sports medicine, safety, brain and spinal cord injury prevention, lifelong physical activity, and education. The Foundation provides no-cost athletic training in area high schools, free sports physicals, ImPACT Concussion testing, education and treatment of high school athletes, Think First for Kids, free bike helmets, and scholarships. Contact Carol Stiles for additional information at 541-322-2399.

Reminder To Parents: Child Immunizations Due February 15

Deschutes County public health officials are reminding parents to make sure their children’s immunizations are current. Beginning Wednesday, February 15, children won’t be able to attend school or child care if their records show they are missing immunizations and do not have an appropriate medical or religious exemption. Parents with children who have incomplete immunizations will receive a letter in the mail this month. The letter will inform parents what shots are missing and need updating at the school. The immunization requirement is the result of a state law that applies to all public and private schools, pre-schools, Head Start and certified child care facilities. “The goal is to make sure children in our community are protected against serious diseases that can easily spread in a school environment if children aren’t fully immunized,” said Deschutes County Health Services Immunization Coordinator Heather Kaisner. This year, parents should take note of the following requirements: Tdap vaccine requirement: Tdap vaccine is required for seventh, eighth and ninth-graders. Tdap is a tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough) booster. Whooping cough is a serious health concern in Oregon with more than 255 cases recorded last year. Hepatitis A vaccine requirement: The hepatitis A vaccine, which protects against a communicable viral infection, is a two-dose series now required for children 18 months through second grade. There are many options in Deschutes County for parents seeking immunizations for their child. They can contact their health care provider or call the Deschutes County Health Services Department at 541-322-7400 to schedule an appointment. Rotary’s Shots for Tots and Teens will also be offering immunizations on the following dates and locations. All Shots for Tots and Teen clinics are walk-in from 10am to 2pm. Please bring a copy of your child’s immunization record with you: January 28 - Hugh Hartman Campus, Redmond; February 4 - Pilot Butte Middle School, Bend; February 11 - La Pine Middle School. For more information, please visit the following website: immunizations.

Living Well With Chronic Conditions Classes

Do you or someone you know, live with a health condition that affects daily life? Workshops to achieve a healthier way of living for people living with ongoing health conditions begin January 26. NEW: Workshops now being held in Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties, in both English and Spanish. A chronic health condition is one that people must learn to live with for many years such as diabetes, emphysema, arthritis, migraine headaches and heart disease. A healthy way to live with a chronic condition is to work at overcoming the symptoms. The Living Well with Chronic Conditions program, sponsored by Living Well Central Oregon, is designed to complement and enhance medical treatment and disease management. Through the series of classes, participants will learn what they can do to feel better and manage their condition more effectively. One series of classes and the book, Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions, costs each participant a total of $10. LIVING WELL WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS WINTER SCHEDULE: BEND: Thursdays, through to March 1, 2:00pm to 4:30pm; Saturdays, March 17 to April 21, 10:00am to 12:30pm; Wednesdays, April 11 to May 16, 5:30pm to 8:00pm; Thursdays, April 19 to May 24, 2:00pm to 4:30pm. REDMOND: Thursdays, February 23 to March 29, 9:30am to 12:00pm. LA PINE: Wednesdays, March 14 to April 18, 1:30pm to 4:00pm. MADRAS: Wednesdays, March 14 to April 18, 1:30pm to 4:00pm. PRINEVILLE: Thursdays, February 16 to March 22, 3:00pm to 5:30pm. To see the valued list of local partner sponsors that are Living Well Central Oregon, to receive Living Well class information or to register for classes, please call 541-322-7430 or visit the Living Well Central Oregon website at

Rose Archer Joins The Family Access Network Foundation Board

Board Members are volunteers working as a team to improve life for our most needy children in Deschutes County. Family Access Network Foundation (FAN) announces that Rose Archer has accepted a position on our Foundation Board. The mission of the Family Access Network is to improve lives by ensuring all children in Deschutes County have access to basic-need services. Rose Archer has lived in Bend for over 8 years. Formerly a professional chef at Broken Top and the owner of 12 O’ Clock Tart, she now dedicates her time to her new son and husband. She’s been a volunteer with multiple non-profits over the years and this is her first board position. We’re looking forward to Rose sharing her passion and skills on our FAN Foundation Board. FAN began in January 1993 and currently employs 26 advocates in 42 public schools (K12) and three early childhood sites. FAN strives to improve lives by ensuring all children in Deschutes County have access to basic-need services. FAN is unique to Deschutes County, utilizing advocates to efficiently reach and connect disadvantaged children and families with basic needs, such as food, shelter and health care. During the first half of this school year, FAN has connected over 6,200 children and their family members with essential services. To learn more about Family Access Network, visit or call 541-693-5675.


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FEBRUARY EVENTS FAMILY FUN STORY TIME: Stories and fun for ages 0-5 years. Tuesdays, 10:30am. TEEN TERRITORY: GAME DAY: Video and board games galore! Free and open to 6th-12th graders. February 1st, 1:30-3pm. CHAPTER ONE BOOK CLUB: The Chapter One Book Club, sponsored by the Friends of the Sunriver Area Public Library, is open to anyone. There are no restrictions on membership. February Discussion Book: The Forest Lover by Susan Vreeland. February 3rd, 10am-12pm. MIDDLE GROUND: GAME DAY: Ages 8-11. Video and board games galore! Free and open to ages 8-11. February 8th, 1:30-3pm. KNOW RESUMES: Need help updating your resume or creating a new one? Register for the class at calendar. Saturday, February 11th, 10-11am. WRITE NOW: Write Now is a new library program where attendees will be able to brainstorm, play word games and enjoy the written word in a casual setting. Saturday, February 11th, 1pm. TEEN TERRITORY: OPEN DAY: It’s your place! Listen to music, or chat and craft with your friends! Free and open to 6th-12th graders. February 15th, 1:30-3pm. LIVE READ: (lîv rçd) n. 1. A program in which attendees enjoy light refreshments while being immersed in short fiction read out loud by others; sharing encouraged. Thursday, February 16th, 1pm. MIDDLE GROUND: CREATIVE DAY: Ages 8-11. Explore your creative side through craft activities! Free and open to ages 8-11. February 22nd, 1:30-3pm. PAJAMA PARTY STORY TIME: Ages 0-5 years. Come join the fun! Wear your favorite pajamas and bring your favorite cuddly stuffed animal and enjoy a few stories before bed. February 23rd, doors open at 6:10pm. GOOD CHAIR, GREAT BOOKS: Feed your mind at this fun and engaging book club. Discussion: Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See. Tuesday, February 28th, 2pm. KNOW COMPUTERS: Interested in learning computer basics, getting to know the internet, or exploring Excel, Word or Gmail? Stop by or call the library to set up your own, personal session. See a staff member to make an appointment today.

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SCHWINN 21” Speed Mountain Bike. Red/Silver. Hardly Used! New Cost $150, Asking $90 OBO. Call 541-536-8472. 10x ARCTIC CAT 580 Powder Special. Custom Paint. $1200 OBO. Call 541-517-1763. 9x • PARACHUTE. Falcon 215. Square Reserve. $1200. • Canopy. Fits Full-Size Pickup. $150. • Four Michelin Tires. XZE. 245/70/195. $150 For All. Call 541-410-1007. 8x ARCTIC CAT Snowmobile. 2004. 800, 151” Track, 2” Lugs, EFI. Runs Excellent. $2595. Call 541-620-2135. 8x SNOWMOBILES. Two Arctic Cats. One 1990 And One 1993. Both 440. $1500. Trailer, $200. Call 541-536-2792. 5x CASED 9’ LOOMIS IMX Fly Rod. Reel And Extra Spools. $75. Call 541-536-5701. 14x


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Winter Dog-Walking Tips From Bend Spay & Neuter

If your dog or cat spends any amount of time outdoors, winter can be a particularly dangerous time. While the freshly fallen snow can make the world appear as a winter wonderland, there are a lot of hidden hazards to be aware of. Ice covered sidewalks, chemicals scattered across driveways and walkways, these conditions can be hazardous to animals and humans alike. Keep yourself and your pet safe this winter season by being aware and taking precautions. CHEMICALS ON THE GROUND: It is common practice to apply chemicals to sidewalks and driveways so that the ice can be made to melt, or just to make it so that the feet can grip the ground easier. The problem with these chemicals is that they get onto animals’ unprotected feet, where they can irritate the skin or get into small abrasions in the foot pads. The animal may also lick the chemicals off of their feet and ingest them, resulting in stomach and intestinal problems. There are La Pine Store: Ph 541-536-2041 products that are relatively safe for animals, but not everyone uses a pet-friendly product for their sidewalks and driveways. Fax 541-536-6107 One solution is to outfit your dog with a set of booties, so that the foot pads are protected. Booties are also good for keeping hard snow and ice out of the spaces between the toes, something that can be very painful for an animal. If your pet will not tolerate wearing booties, you will need to be vigilant about cleaning your pet’s feet and underside as soon as you return home from a walk. A simple rag that has been dipped in warm water will do the job. It is also a good idea to make a habit of checking your dog or cat’s feet on a regular basis after they come in from outside to be sure that the footpads and toes are clean and free of La Pine Store: Ph 541-536-1724 or 541-536-1725 abrasions. ETHYLENE GLYCOL (ANTIFREEZE) POISONING: Fax 541-536-5942 Another common winter practice is the changing of antifreeze/coolant in the car engine. There will always be unintentional spills to watch out for, and not everyone is conscientious about cleaning up the spills in the driveway or on the garage floor. While a lot of companies have changed the formula of their antifreeze products so that they do not have a sweet taste, Beginning in January, Deschutes County will begin initiating a South County Plan. there are still plenty of antifreeze products on the market that do have that tempting sweet During the 18-month process, County planners will engage residents and stakeholders to smell and taste to them. Dogs and cats, of course, do not know any better, and they lap up update the Deschutes County Comprehensive Plan. The goal is to create a clear 20-year spilled antifreeze solutions when they find them on the ground. The main ingredient of most antifreeze solutions is ethylene glycol, an extremely toxic plan for the area between Lava Butte and the south county boundary. The South County Plan will address growth and development, transportation and chemical that leads to a lot of accidental illnesses and deaths in pets every year. If there is infrastructure, natural resources and recreation, in a unified document that will help no one around to witness the pet ingesting antifreeze and the symptoms are not treated the South County region achieve its long-term goals. The Plan will replace 10 year-old immediately, the animal may suffer severe nervous system and kidney damage within a short elements of the County’s Comprehensive Plan aimed at addressing similar South County period after ingestion. Even the newer pet-safe products have a degree of toxicity, and the only way to avoid accidental poisoning is keep the products out of reach of pets, and off of the issues. County Planning Director Nick Lelack says citizen involvement will be the foundation ground. All antifreeze products need to be carefully secured in an area that is out of reach for pets of determining the direction for South Deschutes County and how specific issues are addressed. “Extensive community outreach will ensure that the South County Plan reflects - and children, for that matter. All spills should be cleaned immediately using a water hose or similar procedure. In addition, if you are out walking and see a puddle in the street or on a local values consistent with Oregon’s statewide planning program,” Lelack said. Some of the ways County planners will involve the public will be to conduct driveway, do not let your pet walk through it or drink from it. If you suspect that your pet has ingested even a small amount of antifreeze, the best thing community meetings, meet with homeowner associations and neighborhood groups, and engage businesses and stakeholders in focus groups. County planners encourage you can do is call your veterinarian or local emergency animal clinic immediately. Ethylene residents and stakeholders to contact them if interested in attending or hosting a meeting glycol is a fast acting chemical, and minutes can make a difference. FROSTBITE: to help create the Plan. Your pet may not be complaining about the cold, and is probably even having a blast The details of the first of three community meetings are listed below. Additional playing in the snow, but just like us, animals do not always notice that their skin has started meetings are planned for March, May and July (details to be announced later). • January 31, 6-7:30pm, La Pine Senior Center, La Pine South County’s Future - What should to feel funny. As the body’s temperature decreases in response to the outdoor temperature, blood is diverted to the core systems, leaving the outer organ, the skin, at risk of freezing. it look like? • February 1, 6-7:30pm, Sunriver Library, Sunriver - South County’s Future - What should it Once the skin has been frozen by the ice and snow, there is tissue damage, basically causing a condition akin to burning. At highest risk for frostbite are the footpads, nose, ear tips and tail. look like? Upon returning home after being outdoors for an extended time or when the • Note: the following meeting is tentatively scheduled - February 21, 5:30-8:00pm, To be temperatures are especially low, check your pet’s risk points (along with the rest of the body). determined - Partnerships - Who’s doing what in South County. Visit the South County Plan website. It will be updated regularly to make it easy for Early symptoms of frostbite include pale, hard skin that remains very cold even after being the public to follow the process. inside. As the skin warms, it may swell and change to a red color. Your pet may try to relieve the irritation by licking and chewing on the skin, in which case Planning/Long-Range-Planning/Current-Projects/South-County-Plan.aspx . For more information, please call Deschutes County Senior Planner Peter Russell at you will need to have the skin treated and covered immediately before permanent damage is done. 541-383-6718 or send email to Never apply direct heat to the skin, water or otherwise. Only tepid to warm water should be used on the skin, and non-electric blankets to cover the animal. You may need to consult with a veterinarian to make sure that the condition is not severe. In some cases of severe frostbite, the tissue needs to be removed, or the limb removed, Pastors Tim and Paula Cowdell, 423-650-2583. 52460 Skidgel Road (Wickiup Jct.) La Pine. before the dead tissue allows infection to set in. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP: 10:30am. For more information, call Bend Spay & Neuter at 541-617-1010. SUNDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY AND PRAYER: 5:30pm. WEDNESDAY EVENING FAMILY TRAINING HOUR: 6:00pm.

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Sunriver Resort Gifts Culinary Campaign

Sunriver Resort has announced the sale of two lots in the Caldera Development near Sunriver. The proceeds of these sales, approximately $250,000, will be dedicated to fulfilling the resort’s pledge to the Central Oregon Community College Foundation’s culinary campaign. “This is the most recent example of Sunriver’s support of higher education and their strong relationship with the college,” said Jim Weaver, executive director of the COCC Foundation. “In addition, they have funded a Foundation scholarship for decades and have sponsored a table at the Meal of the Year scholarship fund raising event.” Sunriver Resort has a large culinary program, so there was an obvious interest in supporting the new culinary center. “We employ more than 50 chefs and other culinary staff, so when the Foundation announced plans for a new culinary center in 2008, we were naturally attracted to supporting it,” said Tom O’Shea, managing director of Sunriver Resort. “With the soft economy and tight resources, we were unable to immediately complete our $250,000 pledge. The donation of the two lots allowed us to use assets that we owned as a show of our commitment to COCC, which has now been fulfilled by the sale of these two lots.” The COCC Foundation’s culinary capital campaign raised $3.5 million for the construction of the Jungers Culinary Center. The center, which opened September, is home to COCC’s Cascade Culinary Institute. The state-of-the-art teaching facility includes two multipurpose kitchens, a baking kitchen and a demonstration kitchen, plus the dining lab/restaurant, Elevation, which is open to the public. “The Cascade Culinary Institute is very appreciative of this gift,” said Chef Gene Fritz, director of the CCI. “Committed industry partners like Sunriver Resort are the reason that CCI is able to provide such a high quality culinary education to COCC students and the regional work force.”

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Saturday, 7:00am-4:30pm. CLOSED SUNDAYS. Negus Transfer Station: 2400 NE Maple Way, Redmond, OR 97756. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 8:00am-4:00pm. CLOSED SUNDAYS. Northwest & Southwest Transfer Stations: NW: 68200 Fryrear Rd., Sisters, OR 97759 & SW: 54580 Highway 97, La Pine, OR 97739. Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 8:00am-4:00pm. For more information, please call the Department of Solid Waste at 541-317-3163.


AWANA is held every Wednesday, 6:00pm-8:15pm, at the Living Water of La Pine Church, corner of Burgess and Primrose Lane. Lots of activities with age-appropriate materials learning key basic truths about the Christian faith. Stories, songs, games, crafts with lots of friends and fun. There is a club for every age level. Puggles: 2-3 year olds; Cubbies: 3-4 year olds; Sparks: Kindergarten-2nd grade; Truth and Training (T & T): 3rd-6th grades. For additional information, call 541-536-1215.

La Pine Ya Ya Sisterhood Society

We are a group of diverse women who come together for friendship, giving to the community and self growth. We meet the second Wednesday of every month at Midstate Electric Community Room on Finley Butte Road. At each meeting we have a potluck dinner and collect dues of $10 per person, most of which is donated to La Pine charities. We have many fun activities including hiking, snow shoeing, book club, bunco, special excursions golf, dinner club and many more. All activities are optional. If you are new to the area, looking to make new friends and make a difference in our community, the Ya Ya’s might just be what you are looking for. We would love to have you join us. If interested please call Sharon Walling at 541-536-2170 or Sandie Peterson at 541-536-3247.

The Oregon High School Equestrian Teams (OHSET) of Central District... ...will have their first meet February 10-12, 2011 at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, Hooker Arena, in Redmond. The Central District is made up of teams from Bend, Crook, Dufur, Hood River, Lakeview, La Pine, Madras, Mountain View, Pendleton, Redmond, Sisters, Summit and The Dalles/Wahtonka Union (TDWU). Each day usually starts at approximately 8:30am. Friday’s events are Equitation over Fences, Dressage, Hunt Seat Equitation, Saddle Seat Equitation, In Hand Obstacle Relay, Working Pairs and Drill. Saturday’s events are Stock Seat Equitation, Working Rancher, Showmanship, Trail, In Hand Trail, Driving, Reining, Breakaway roping, Steer Daubing and Team Penning. Sunday’s events are Bi-Rangle, Canadian team flags, Barrels, Poles, Keyhole, Individual flags and Figure 8. The meet is free and vendors will be on site. Come support your local equestrians! Cowboy Church is at 7am on Sunday. For more information call Kathy Russell, Central District media & Vendor Chair, 541-419-8925.

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ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES • ANT. 1918 Plumb U.S. Medical Bolo. $40. • MC 1997 H.D. H.O. Train Set. Unused. $85. Call 541-576-2501. 7x • CUSTOM KNIFE. Mike Jones Stag Handle Hunter. $100. • Randall Knife. Stag Handle. Model 19-4. $650. Call 541-633-9895. 8x VINTAGE GLASS, Imperial “Octagon” 10” Carnival Fruit Bowl. Pristine Condition. Same Bowl On Ebay $69$89. Asking $55 OBO. Call 541-536-4953. 9x

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CUSTOM KNIVES: • Gerber Fairbairn Folding Fighting Knife. Double Edge. New. $50. • Almar Rare 4” Fighter. Brand New. $200. Call 541-633-9895. 8x

• LARGE 4-SLICE TOASTER. $10. • Barely Used Computer Keyboard And Mouse. $5 Each. • Vacuum. $25. Call 541-868-4360. 9x


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FULL-SIZE CHEST FREEZER. Works Good. You Pick It Up. $30 OBO. 541-536-3037 Or 541-876-7020. 16x 3-YEAR-OLD KENMORE Chest Freezer. $250. Call 541-805-4615. 9x FRIGIDAIRE SIDE-BY-SIDE 25 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator. White, With In-Door Water And Ice Dispenser. Excellent Condition. $425. Call 541-536-2504. 6x WHIRLPOOL GAS Self-Cleaning Oven. Black. In Great Condition. $200. Serious Inquiries Only Please. Call Chuck, 541-220-4725. 10x

MIRROR. 38”x67”. Big And Heavy. 1/4” Thick. $50. Call 541-548-6452. 9x TWO AREA RUGS. 8x11 and 5x8. Earth Tone Colors. Good Condition. No Wear Or Stains. $300. Call 541-504-1470. 6x STANDARD SIZE Toilet With Seat. $15. Call 541-480-7172. 10x Please Call Wise Buys When Your Items Have Sold • 541-536-2532.


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BED. Single, Rollaway. Clean. Sheets, Pillow. $40. Call 541-408-4966. 8x

KENMORE OASIS Elite Series Gas Dryer. White. Paid Over $800. Sacrifice, $200. Serious Inquiries Only Please. Call Chuck, 541-220-4725. 10x

• BEAUTIFUL TAPESTRY. Very Large. $300. • Bombay Chest. Marble Top With 3 Drawers. $300. 541-504-5457 Or 562-310-2554. 13x

• ANT. 1943-1944 Two U.S. Army True Temper Machetes. $80. • T&T 6-1/2’ Tall Full Metal Suit Of Armor. $250. Call 541-576-2501. 7x

AMANA SIDE-BY-SIDE Refrigerator/ Freezer. Water & Ice. Excellent Condition. Plugged In And Running. 68-1/2Hx35-3/4Wx27D. $150 OBO. Call 541-382-2054. 7x

1920s PINE NEEDLE Basket With Treasures Inside. $50. Call 541-706-1271. 9x

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CHEST. 4 Drawers, Nice Wood, 24” Tall. Needs Love. $16. 541-706-9383. 10x COMPUTER DESK. 53” Wide, 43” High, 24” Deep. Dark Wood. $25. Call 541-389-8120. 16x • TWO AMISH FIREPLACES. $150 Each. • Cabinets For Garage. Two At $50, One At $100. • Corner Hutch With Glass And Cupboards. $300. Call 541-504-5457 Or 562-310-2554. 13x

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Captain is a very handsome 3-year-old Maine Coon mix that was surrendered for adoption because the owner could no longer care for him. He has been in an indoor only environment and would prefer to stay inside. Captain is friendly, calm and will enjoy lying on his new owners lap. If Captain seems like the perfect cat for you, come down to the shelter and invite him in to his new forever home!

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KLICK KLACK SOFA. Brown. Adjusts To 3 Positions. One Year Old. $75. Call 541-805-4614. 15x BAR WITH MARBLE Top. Beautiful. $800. Call 541-504-5457 Or 562-310-2554. 13x

To honor the work of advocates of social justice and nonviolent change, Central Oregon Community College is helping to sponsor several events as part of COCC’s King, Gandhi, Chavez and Mankiller Season of Nonviolence. All events are free and open to the public. For information, call 541-383-7412. DAY OF ZINN: CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND WORKS OF HOWARD ZINN: Wednesday, February 1st, OSU Cascades, 12-12:50pm, Cascades Hall Room 246, Social Justice Teach-In for students, staff and faculty; Facilitators: Professors Natalie Dollar and Jim Foster. 2-4pm, Cascades Hall 107 - Readings: All are invited to sign up to read one of your favorite Howard Zinn pieces or to come and listen to these readings. Dinner, movie and discussion: Open to all, Wednesday, February 1st, 6-8pm, Wille Hall, Campus Center, COCC Bend Campus. To RSVP for the dinner and a video, open and click on the link to “Find a Sign Up” and enter this email address (list creator): and then find the link to the dinner. SINGER AND SONGWRITER JOHNSMITH: Thursday, February 2nd, 7pm, Wille Hall, Campus Center, COCC Bend Campus. Johnsmith, a gifted singer-songwriter and moving performer, shares his music that delivers an honest and sensitive account of a keenly observed life-journey. Through his alchemy of music and words and performance, he holds up a mirror to our society, to convey and reveal the secret, inner mysteries of life. HUNGER BANQUET: Tuesday, February 7th, 5pm, Wille Hall, Campus Center, COCC Bend Campus. The Oxfam America Hunger Banquet raises awareness about global hunger. Oxfam America is an international poverty-relief nonprofit that helps raise awareness about global hunger by sponsoring this free educational event, so come and experience what real poverty means. Find out why organizers and guests alike call it a “memorable, powerful, and life-changing experience.” WHITE OUT? THE FUTURE OF RACIAL DIVERSITY IN OREGON: Thursday, February 9th, 6:30pm, Wille Hall, Campus Center, COCC Bend Campus. Willamette University professor Emily Drew will lead participants in a conversation about the challenges to creating racially diverse, inclusive communities, despite the accomplishments since the civil rights era. What does the racial integration of place require of us, and how might we prepare to create and meet this opportunity? UNDERSTANDING INSTITUTIONAL RACISM WORKSHOP WITH EMILY DREW: Friday, February 10th, 9amnoon, Room 116, Campus Center, COCC Bend Campus. Emily M. Drew is an associate professor of Ethnic Studies at Willamette University. Her primary areas of research involve understanding how race and racism operate inside of social institutions, particularly education, media and urban planning. She has been actively engaged in anti-racism organizing and activism for almost 20 years, and she works to develop and implement long-term commitments to antiracist, multicultural diversity. In advance of college events, persons needing accommodation or transportation because of a physical or mobility disability, contact Joe Viola: 541-383-7775. For accommodation because of other disability such as hearing impairment, contact Anne Walker: 541-383-7743.




HOSPITAL BED. 7’, Adjustable With Mattress. Clean, In Good Condition. $150 OBO. Call 541-536-1240. 14x

LEATHER COUCH And Love Seat With Recliners. Burgundy. Excellent Condition. $1200. 541-536-5067. 5x

SET OF 4 Nice Condition Dining Chairs On Rollers, Darker Green With Smaller Flowerettes. No Rips Or Tears. All 4 For $50. Call 541-536-8900. 14x

BEAUTIFUL SOLID OAK Dining Set. Has 6 Chairs. Table Has Formica Top. $100 OBO. Madras. Call Bill, 541-390-5651. 5x

BAR STOOLS. Two Nice Cushiony, Swivelly Oakies To Complement Your Basement Or Kitchen Décor. $20 Takes ‘Em Both. Call 541-350-6892. 15x DINING ROOM TABLE, Chairs And Hutch. Bassett. $480. 541-508-1022, La Pine. 13x

The Pat Rice Variety Show “a Little Rock and a Little Roll” Request your favorite song: every Wednesday 6:00pm–7:30pm KITC FM wants your CDs!

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La Pine Pentecostal Church Of God

Attention Central Oregon! The La Pine Pentecostal Church of God, located at 51491 Morson Street, La Pine, is reaching out to the Great Northwest to invite you, your loved ones and friends to join us on the journey. Learning and applying the greatest power on earth, God’s love and guidance, to overcome all of life’s battles. Matthew 22:37-39. • Sunday School, 9:30am • Sunday Worship, 10:45am & 6:00pm • Wednesday night Bible Study, 7:00pm For more information, call 541-536-2940 - Church or 541-433-2633 - (Monday-Saturday).




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Caregiver Support Group

Caregiver Support Group at La Pine Senior Center on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. The group provides support and resources for those taking care of others. It is offered at no charge and is open to everyone. For more information call Pat Blue Heron at Newberry Hospice, 541-536-7399.


Eleanor Ann (Ryan) Williams

Address Phone • Sun. 9am-3pm Monday-Friday 8am-6pm • Sat.*8am-5pm

H wy. 97 Downtown La Pine • 541-536-2192


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Volunteers Needed

We are in need of volunteers for our lunch program, so if your willing to work in our state-of-the-art kitchen, come in and full out an application. The Senior Center is open Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. We are located at 16450 Victory Way (next to Bi-Mart), La Pine.

Henrietta Alice “Henri” Wanek of La Pine, Oregon, passed away on Tuesday, January 17, 2012. Henrietta was born July 29, 1931, in Venice, California, to Henry and Alice (Pourney) Schmitz.

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Eleanor was born December 9, 1926, in Los Angeles, California, to Benjamin and Nellie (Harper) Ryan.

She married Gordon “Gordy” Wanek on March 12, 1951, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Survivors include her husband of 60 years, Gordy; daughter, Wendy Potok; sister, Alberta Khoury; and two grandchildren, Tracy Glover and Alyssa Potok.

She married John K. Williams on May 9, 1946, in Los Angeles. They had four daughters.

Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine served the family, (541) 536-5104; www.

Eleanor enjoyed flower gardening, landscaping, bird watching and watching her family grow. She was a member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in La Pine.



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LOTS OF CRAFT WOOD For Bird Houses, Planters, Etc. Call 503-367-6761. 10x

ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE. 9’ Tall. $40. Call 541-389-8120. 16x

19” PANASONIC Color Television. Has A Built-In VCR. Nice Picture And Works Good. Includes Remote Control. $25 OBO. Call 541-536-7942. 5x

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HDTV. 23-1/2”. 720P/1080P. Panel Resolution 1920x1080. CPU Compatible. $170. Cell 503-739-1726, La Pine. 6x

NIKKOR LENS. 70x300. $100. Serious Inquiries Only Please. Call Chuck, 541-220-4725. 10x

• NATURE’S TOUCH Cradle Swing. $45. • Graco Car Seat. $35. • Changing Table. $25. • Graco Pack-N-Play. $20. Call Pam, 541-706-0398. 6x

• ENGLISH DOLLS. Still In Boxes. Really Nice, Been In Storage. • Vintage Spanish Necklace From Mexico. Call 541-210-4542. 6x • LARGE ROCK TUMBLER. 40 Gallon. $850. • Rock Sander. 12”. 3450 R.P.M. Flat Disc. $400. Call 541-420-3782. 7x HUGE DECK & PATIO SALE Visit For Complete Details. CCB#181069. cc CALDERA SPA. Seats 4 Adults. Excellent Shape. $1500. Call 541-876-5098, Ask For Marv. 15x

1960s HYDRAULIC Lay Back Beauty Salon Style Chair. Works Great. $40 OBO. Call 541-706-1271. 16x PREMIUM MULTI-PURPOSE Printer Paper. 8-1/2”x11”. 500 Sheets Per Pack. $2.50 Each. Call 541-536-3906. 16x MOVING BOXES With Paper. Assorted Sizes. Flat Dish Packs, Etc. Approximately 60-70. $100. Call 541-536-1148. 16x JAZZY SELECT Battery Charger, HP 8204B. Slightly Used. 24v 5A 3 Prong. $35. Call 541-536-2728. 8x

MOVING BOXES. .50¢ Each. Call 541-536-1159, Ask For John. 13x

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A Mass of Christian Burial took place on January 27th in La Pine, followed by interment at Pilot Butte Cemetery in Bend, Oregon.

No services will be held at this time.

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Eleanor Ann Williams of La Pine, Oregon, passed away on Wednesday, January 18, 2012. She was 85 years old.

July 29, 1931 - January 17, 2012

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Henrietta Alice (Schmitz) Wanek

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Eleanor was preceded in death by her husband, John; and sisters, Marjorie Dunn of Ojai, California, and Virginia Monday of Chino, California. Survivors include daughters, Nancy Collins of Oklahoma, Kathy Shandley of Bend, Oregon, Charlotte Williams of Portland, Oregon, and Dr. Shirley Williams-Buzby of Huntington Beach, California; and three grandsons. Memorial contributions may be made in Eleanor’s memory to Newberry Hospice, P.O. Box 1888, La Pine, OR 97739, 541-536-7399; or St. Vincent de Paul Social Services, 51661 Huntington Road, La Pine, OR 97739, 541-536-1956. Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine served the family, (541) 536-5104; www.

Living With Death

Series lead by Marv Scherpf from February 2nd - March 8th every Thursday at the La Pine Senior Activity Center, 16450 Victory Way, La Pine (next to Bi-Mart) from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. The cost is free. Topics that will be covered are: Visiting the Dying, Living with Grief, Change, Conflict & Suffering, Death & Children, Planning your own Funeral. Call the Senior Center and reserve your seat, 541-536-6237.


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BOOKS. Fiction. Mixed Hard Cover And Pocket. Some 90 Years Old Or So. Clean. 50 For $10. Call 541-536-3797. 10x • BRAIDED HORSE HAIR Rope With Bosall. • 2 Pair Of Old Chaps. • Horse Collar With Silver And Brass Hames. • Rifle Scabbard. $400 For All Or Make Offer. Call 541-382-2054. 7x STAR WARS Shadows Of The Empire Hardback Book Signed By Author, Steve Perry. 1996. $40. 541-706-1271. 16x PLAYSTATION. 4 Controls, Memory, Gran Turismo, Final Fantasy Games And Everything Needed. $155. Cell 503-739-1726, La Pine. 6x • EXERSAUCER. $15. • Baby Einstein Seat. $15. • Stroller. $5. • Toys. $5. Call Pam, 541-706-0398. 6x • POOL TABLE. Custom Made. 7’4”x4’, 31” High. Barely Used. $1500. • Game Table. Plays Ping Pong, Pool And Air Hockey. Used About 10 Times. $250. Call 541-504-5457 Or 562-310-2554. 13x



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Grief support group meets the first and third Tuesday of each month from 10:00am-11:30am at Newberry Hospice, La Pine. For info, call Sue Ludemann at 541-536-7399.

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Betty Lou McCracken

October 10, 1926 - January 20, 2012

A memorial service took place on Saturday, January 28th at Living Water Church in La Pine. Betty Lou is survived by her husband, Frank; two sons, Jack and Ted; daughter, Norma; brother, Ed McCollum; as well as seven grandchildren, seven greatgrandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Born in Fulton, Missouri on October 10, 1926, she was raised in Kansas City, Kansas. She was 20 years old when she met Francis “Frank” McCracken in Akron, Ohio. It must have been love at first sight, as they were married three months later on December 20, 1946. They celebrated their 65th anniversary this past December. Having lived in San Jose, California while raising their family, they moved to La Pine in 1988 to enjoy retirement on their five acre property. She was known throughout the community for her happy smile and always saying “I Love You” to everyone she knew and everyone she met. Betty Lou’s family wishes to express their deepest appreciation for the wonderful loving care which the employees of Prairie House provided, especially the Memory Care staff, as well as the Newberry Hospice nurse who attended to her during her final days. Memorial contributions may be made in Betty Lou’s memory to Newberry Hospice, P.O. Box 1888, La Pine, OR 97739, 541-536-7399; or Prairie House, 51485 Morson Street, La Pine, OR 97739, 541-536-8559. Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine served the family, (541) 536-5104; www.

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Gerald Newton Powell, of La Pine, Oregon, passed away from a prolonged illness on Monday, January 23, 2012. He was 79 years old.

Gordon has asked that no services be held. His cremains will be interred at the La Pine Community Cemetery.

A funeral service was held on Saturday, January 28, 2012, at Baird Memorial Chapel in La Pine. A private burial will occur at Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene. Gerald was born December 22, 1932, in Laketon, Texas, to Homer and Lela Mae (McLaughlin) Powell.

He had a long career in the logging industry. Gordon moved to La Pine in 1970 to run the family business, the general store known as the La Pine Hi-Way Center.

After receiving his degree in Criminal Justice, Gerald had a long career in law enforcement. He worked as a police officer in Glendora, California until his retirement in 1987, when he moved to Bend, Oregon.

In 1954, Gordon married Carol Hurlburt. They had three children.

Survivors include his sons, Greg Powell and Kevin Powell, both of Sandy, Oregon; daughter, Jennifer Powell of Eugene, Oregon; brothers, Ron Powell of Edmond, Oklahoma, and Darryl Powell of Big Spring, Texas; sister, Gwen McClure of Pampa, Texas; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Survivors include his wife, Carol; daughter, Cynthia of Fall Creek, Oregon; son, Rick (wife, Leslie) of Pleasant Hill, Oregon; and son, Bill of Richmond, California.

Memorial contributions may be made in Gerald’s memory to St. Charles Home Health Services, 63031 Layton Ave., Bend, OR 97701, (541) 706-7796.

Memorial contributions may be made in Gordon’s memory to Partners In Care Hospice, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend, OR 97701, 541-382-5882, www.; or to the La Pine Senior Center, 16450 Victory Way, La Pine, OR 97739, 541-536-6237. Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine served the family, (541) 536-5104; www.



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FOUR 6-LUG Chevy Rims That Fit 1990s Era 1/2 Ton Chevrolet Suburban, Blazer Or Pickup. Call 541-610-8535. 8x

SET OF FOUR Chevy GMC 16” 8 Lug Steel Wheels. New, With Caps. $100. Call 559-289-6940. 5x 185/70R13 RADIALS On Enkei Gold/ Silver Lip Alloys, 13”x5-1/2” And 4” On 4-1/2” Lugs. $225. Call 541-504-7524 Or 541-420-6803. 14x

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Gordon Edgar Brewer, of La Pine, Oregon, passed away on Saturday, January 21, 2012. He was 83 years old.

December 22, 1932 - January 23, 2012

Gerald graduated from Cottage Grove High School in 1951. He proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Korean War.


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Gerald Newton Powell

Gordon lived most of his life in Fall Creek, Oregon, until moving to La Pine in 1970. He attended the University of Oregon, where he studied to be an athletic coach.

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Gordon was born in 1928, in Eugene, Oregon, to George and Gladys (Stolberg) Brewer.

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Our beloved Betty Lou McCracken passed away peacefully early Friday morning, January 20th, 2012. She was 85 years young.


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TWO STUDDED TIRES. 195/75R14. 98% Tread. Has Snowflake Emblem On Them. $100. Call 541-382-4115. 8x 15” ALUMINUM Alloy Wheels For 1991 Caddy Deville. Style #4504. No Center Caps. $150 OBO. Call 541-350-3461. 5x FULL SET RIMS. New Valve Stems And Paint. Fits ‘93 Full-Size Bronco. $65 OBO. Call 541-536-9319. 5x FOUR INFINITY Factory Alloy 15” Rims. 4-Hole, 3-1/4” Centers. $160. Call 541-480-5950. 6x JEEP WRANGLER Rims. 2005/2006. $100 For All Four. 503-623-8312. 7x SCION XB 18” Rims. Perfect Condition, With Tires. $800. Call 541-420-9906. 7x FOUR 16” Toyota 5-Hole Wheels. $50. Call 541-536-9292. 5x FOUR FORD 15” 5-Hole White Spoke Wheels. $80. Call 541-480-5950. 6x THREE 6-LUG Rims That Fit 3/4 To 1 Ton Mid 1990s Chevrolet Pickups, Suburbans And Blazers. Call 541-610-8535. 8x

Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine served the family, (541) 536-5104; www.

Free Service To Honor Deceased Veterans

The Honor Guard of La Pine American Legion Post 45 announces a service to honor deceased veterans with a presentation of a three-volley gun salute and playing of taps at the veteran’s memorial service. A flag folding ceremony and presentation of the flag is also available. This is a free service offered to veterans regardless of their membership in any veteran organization. The Honor Guard of La Pine American Legion Post 45 is also available to present the colors and lead the Pledge to Allegiance at the opening of any meeting or special celebration. Reimbursement for fuel costs is requested for out of town services. Any donation to defray the team’s expenses is appreciated but not expected. Please contact Bob Hubbard at 541-536-4335, Bill Martin at 541-306-1349, or the American Legion Post 45 by calling 541-536-1402.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery every Tuesday from 6:30-8:00pm at Agape Harvest, 52460 Skidgel Road, La Pine (behind Wickiup Junction). CELEBRATE RECOVERY PURPOSE: To help those who have old hurts, hang-ups, and habits and want to change. Celebrate Recovery is the place where change is possible. Celebrate Recovery is a spiritual program where we fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the 12 steps and 8 Recovery Principles. This experience allows us to be changed! We open the door to change by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. We also become willing to accept God’s grace in solving our problems. By working and applying these Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our old hurts, hangups, and habits. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. As we progress through the program we discover our personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power Jesus Christ. Info: Don at 541-536-4135 or Pam at 541-536-4384.


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Bend Spay & Neuter Project’s 2nd Annual Dog Coat Drive

As the winter temperatures have dropped, we aim to help the homeless keep their pets warm. Do you have a dog coat that your dog no longer uses? We are collecting donations of gently used dog coats, sweaters, slickers or booties. In partnership with other local community outreach organizations, we will distribute these donated items to the homeless and their pets. Pet food and bedding will also be accepted. Items can be dropped off at our clinic, Bend Pet Express (east and west stores), Bend Veterinary Clinic, Petsmart and High Desert Middle School. We will continue to collect coats through the end of February. Thank you to all who have already donated to this cause! We have collected 62 coats, 3 rain jackets, 6 harnesses/leashes, 2 doggie backpacks and 2 bags of food! Special thanks goes to BSNP volunteer, Debbie Grafton, for making the fleece dog coats that she has donated! You are quite the seamstress! For more information, call 541-617-1010.

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Deschutes County Seeks Animal Control Board Volunteers

The Deschutes County Animal Control Board of Supervisors has openings now for volunteer Board members. The Board of Supervisors represents the Board of County Commissioners at hearings and make decisions on the disposition of dogs who are involved in the chasing, wounding or killing of livestock. Commissioners seek Deschutes County residents to fill the Board positions. Residents who are interested in attending hearings and participating in the decision process for the disposition of the dogs should consider applying. The Board is in particular need of representatives who either have livestock and/or dogs or who have worked with livestock and/or dogs. Board members are volunteers and are not compensated with the exception of mileage. Membership requires attendance at evening hearings held in Bend on an as-needed basis; and the term of service is two years. Application packets and more information are available at the Deschutes County Board of Commissioners Office, Deschutes County Services Center, second floor, at 1300 NW Wall Street Suite 200 in Bend or call 541-388-6570. Application packets are also available at the Deschutes County Personnel Office, Deschutes County Services Center, second floor, at 1300 NW Wall Street in Bend.


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The Board of the La Pine Park & Recreation District would like to invite the Central Oregon community to come and celebrate with La Pine the grand re-opening of the La Pine Event Center. The La Pine Event Center, formerly known as the Old White School Building, recently went through $500,000 worth of improvements. The improvements include natural light, a roll-up door, heat, insulation, upgraded bathrooms, family bathroom, new mechanical systems, renovated catering kitchen and fire sprinklers. “The improvements go a long way to making the building more functional and user friendly for events and the Community School Program that resides in the building,” said Arlo Fertig, Board Chairman. “The building is taking reservations for events.” If you would like to reserve the building for your next event, please call the District at 541-536-2223. The District is still working to raise an additional $200,000 to $300,000 towards Phase II improvements that will add additional class space, offices, and flooring and walls to the large open event area. The District has been successful in securing $430,000 from The Ford Family Foundation, Meyer Memorial Trust, The Collins Foundation and Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund. “We are still in need of community financial support for this great project! This will provide immense opportunities for our youth, seniors and community festivals in La Pine,” said Connie Eves, La Pine Park & Recreation Foundation, Board Chairwoman. “If people would like to make a tax free contribution to our capital campaign they can all the Park Offices at 541-536-2223.” The grand re-opening will take place on Friday, February 3rd at 6:30pm. Cake and punch will be provided and there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony. The ceremony will be followed by the showing of Cars 2 at 7:00pm. Concessions will be available for purchase. Please bring a comfy chair to enjoy the movie. Background: The La Pine Parks & Recreation District serves an 85 square mile area in southern Deschutes County. The service population is approximately 15,000 people. The District operates a campground, a community park, two meeting rooms, office space, a community center and several underdeveloped parcels of land.

For more information: Justin Cutler, Director of Parks & Recreation, T. 541-536-2223, E., W.

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Deschutes Circuit Court Seeks Volunteer Mediators

The Deschutes County Circuit Court is recruiting volunteers to work as mediators in small claims and landlordtenant cases. The court is currently accepting interest forms for a basic mediation skills training planned for February 2012. Being a court connected mediator allows volunteers the opportunity to understand some of the inner-workings of the law and court system while also providing a service to the community. Since the inception of the mediation program in 1994, 67% of small claims cases and 91% of landlord tenant cases reached a resolution. When cases are resolved in mediation both the litigants and the court save time and money. Basic mediation skills and court procedures training is offered in exchange for volunteer service. For additional information about the mediation program or to obtain an interest form, please contact Colleen Kruse at 541-388-5300 Ext. 2600 or email

Cats Need Loving Homes

After shutting down the Casey Foundation, we have many cats that need a loving home. They are fixed and they are inside and outside. We have Calico and Maine Coons and many more. Please call Margaret at 541-576-3701.

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SET OF FOUR Ford Or Chevy 3/4 Ton Studded Tires On 8-Hole Wheels. Used One Season. $600. 541-280-5887. 8x FOUR TOYO MT 37x14.5R15 Open Country Tires Mounted On Prime Wheels. Fits 80s Toyota, Older Chevy 1/2 Ton. 80% Good. $1200. Call 541-480-9460. 6x FOUR P225/75R15 Polar Trax Studded Steel Belted Tires On 6-Hole Rims For Toyota. $175. Call 541-536-8418. 6x TWO 16” 6-Bolt Chevy Rims. $75 For The Pair. For More Information, Call 541-892-8962. 48xx WINTER TIRES. Four 245/65R17 Microbit Tires. Very Little Use. $450. Call 503-623-8312. 7x FOUR STUDDED Tires. P195/75R14. $40 For The Set. Call 541-480-3691. 6x NEW TIRE CHAINS For Most Vehicles. Various Sizes And Styles, Starting At $10 Per Set. For More Info, Call 541-536-7942. 5x STUDDED TIRES On Rims. 225/60R16. Nearly New! Smokin’ Hot Deal At $250 For All Four, Mounted And Ready! Call 541-639-7678. 9x 75R14 STUDDED TIRES. Used One Season. $300 OBO. 541-317-1383. 11x SET OF FOUR GM 16” Wheels, 6-Hole. Fit Pickups, Blazers, Jimmys, Etc. $45 Set. Call 541-536-7942. 13x FOUR CONTINENTAL TIRES. P235/70R16. All Season. $400 OBO. Call 541-420-7327. 13x SET OF FIVE 235/75R15 Tires. Four Are Studded Snow Tires On Chrome Rims. One Is A New Stock Tire On Stock Steel Wheel. Were On A 2000 Ford Explorer. $125 For All. 541-410-1182. 15x

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St. Vincent de Paul Social Services has received a grant to purchase a “Walk-In Cooler and Freezer” for use at our Food Pantry. It has been ordered and will be here soon. We will need some additional funds to help pay for the installation. Please help us help your neighbor by donating any amount to help cover this cost. Please send your ST. VINCENT of Y donation to: t SVDP Cooler/Freezer, de PO Box 1008, La N PIN O E OREG La Pine, OR 97739

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EVENTS CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT CLASSES There Are 2 Different Permits Available. See Front Page Ad In This Issue For Details. Classes Forming Soon! Call For Dates, Times, Locations And Fees, 541-290-2498. 5cc SWEETHEART BALL DINNER & DANCE February 10, 2012 At 5:30pm. Open To The Public! Tickets Available At The Club Bar. AMERICAN LEGION POST 45 52532 Drafter Road, La Pine. Call 541-536-1402. 6cc 10TH ANNUAL ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT CRAB FEED! Saturday, March 10, 2012, Noon-6pm At The La Pine Event Center. Get Your Tickets Now! See Display Ad For Ticket Locations. Call 541-536-7821. 9cc


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The Center Foundation is pleased to announce that Wyatt Gladden has been selected as the February High Desert Hero! Wyatt is an outstanding student and citizen who represents Central Oregon as a student who is truly getting it right. Wyatt has been praised for exemplifying what is best in a Sisters Outlaw; his nominator describes him as a servant leader who is thoughtful, courageous, and dependable. Wyatt is able to empathize and show compassion for his fellow students and the entire community. Wyatt participates in lacrosse, cross country, wrestling, Link Crew leader, IEE Intern, Gay Straight Alliance, Student Council, and is on the Student Advisory Council for The Center Foundation. He volunteers for Days of Caring, Volunteer Connect, leader of youth group’s community service days around the community, I Heart Bend, I Heart Central Oregon, is a volunteer for The Center Foundation’s Splash and Dash, homeless feed at his church, dinner service at Bethlehem Inn, Haulin’ Aspen race volunteer, Pacific Crest sports weekend volunteer and went on a mission trip to Ecuador. According to his nominator, Wyatt takes no shortcuts in the classroom, he always makes sure that he does things the right way and makes sure to support others in his journey. Wyatt balances all his activities and AP classes while maintaining a 3.83 GPA. Each month The Center Foundation accepts nominations for outstanding high school seniors who maintain a 3.5 or higher GPA, who display leadership in school activities, and who participate in recognizable community volunteer efforts. The Foundation Board reviews the nominations and selects a student to receive the monthly honor. High Desert Heroes receive a $100 scholarship sponsored by Pepsi, a $25 gift certificate and a medallion presented at their school. Wyatt will be highlighted on the Horizon Broadcasting Group radio stations and with Kristi Miller on the Good Morning Central Oregon. High Desert Heroes are eligible to compete for the prestigious William K. Worrell $5,000 scholarship gifted by Connie Worrell-Druliner and Express Employment Professionals. All High Desert Heroes will be acknowledged at the May 9, 2012 Scholarship Dinner. For more info or to nominate a student, contact The Center Foundation at 541-322-2399. All nominations for the remaining school year must be received by February 6th at 5pm.


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La Pine Wrestling

Wrestling in La Pine has become a Frankenstein over time. The monster that growing is also gathering up some of the most talented and dedicated parents and athletes our little city has seen in many years. The growth is so impressive that there are clubs and programs all over the state that are looking forward to the future of La Pine wrestling almost as much as La Pine is. To get the fires started early, we begin with Mat Club. The Blue Lightning Mat Club has an incredible parent following supported by one of the most effective Wrestling Board of Advisers in the state! The standards and practices that are encouraged on and off the mat are creating better wrestlers and better people locally. Throughout the state, this is becoming a common association when talking about La Pine and Wrestling. You can visit www. for more details. As you look to next level, things are no less exciting. The La Pine Middle School has a following that rivals any program in Central Oregon. This phase of wrestling reconfirms the basics taught in Mat Club, it also adds to the technical aspect of the sport by building skills and increasing wrestling endurance. The past successes at this stage of wrestling at LPMS have shown the other schools in our area that they should not take us lightly. Our Middle School and community will have the opportunity to show all of Central Oregon what we are capable of on February 17 & 18, 2012 as we host the Central Oregon Middle School District Championships at LPHS. This is a great chance to see our young Middle School wrestlers compete and shine at home. Wrestlers that are able to make to our 2011-2012 La Pine High School Wrestling Squad have a chance to be a part of something very special. With a history of pride and success, La Pine wrestling continues to push forward. Wrestling for the Hawks at this level is what we hope to achieve. It is the apex of all of our amateur wrestling. With young and old wrestlers alike this adds to an already strong base and will continue to build Hawk wrestling into a dominant force. Our hope is that with the continued excitement of all the athletes, coaches, parents and community members our wrestling programs will be added to a long list of great reasons to come to La Pine. Our community is embracing wrestling and, in turn, wrestling is embracing La Pine. Parents and wrestlers of all ages will have opportunities to help La Pine Blue Lightning with the Adopt a Road program on Burgess between 97 and Day Road. Our La Pine wrestlers also help with the Christmas basket activity put on by one of our great community supporters, The SCOOTR Club, in December. We host a variety of Mat Club, Middle School and High School wrestling tournaments that bring thousands people into our community each year from all over the state to help boost our local economy. As we work together and support each other, it becomes easy to see that the direction we are headed will lead us to a future that we can all be proud of. We are excited for what is to come. We would love to have you be a part of what we have, on and off the mat. For more information, call Dave Kerr at 541-408-6112 or Toby Wilson at 541-536-8971.

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SNOWBALL REMOVAL TIPS Snow is here! If you have a long haired dog, you may have noticed them tracking in snowballs caught up in their fur. What to do!? Some tips for removing those snowballs, if frostbite is a concern, include a handheld hair dryer set to low heat and the lowest drying setting to quickly melt the snow off. Or, if you can get your dog into a tub, use tepid water to remove the snowballs. Hot water and hot air can be painful and dangerous on cold body parts! The method of isolating a dog until they have melted off in a laundry or utility room works fine as long as the dog has not had prolonged exposure to the cold. To help prevent the build up of snow on the dog’s body, a product such as Show Sheen (an equine coat conditioner) or other leavein conditioner can help keep the snow from building up, to a degree. Pam cooking spray works as well, however it leaves a greasy residue that should be washed off. Happy winter!


Free Hand Quilting Class

Free, yes free, class from our quilters. They are giving a hand quilting class Wednesday and Thursday mornings 8am to 1pm at the La Pine Senior Activity Center (next to Bi-Mart), 16450 Victory Way, La Pine. If you have ever wanted to learn to hand quilt, this is your chance. Come and join us and have fun and learn to hand quilt. This is the place where we come together to enjoy each other. We are a non-profit organization. We are self supportive. All proceeds that we take in from our events help us keep our doors open. For more information call 541-536-6237.

GOT OLD CELL PHONES? Did you know the LA PINE LIONS CLUB recycles old cell phones? We use all the money for eye exams, glasses and hearing aids for people from the La Pine vicinity. Help your community. Bring your old cell phones (and eyeglasses too) to one of the following locations: American Legion Post 45 • Bi-Mart Gary and Sandy’s Appliances • US Bank Gordy’s Restaurant • South Valley Bank Home Federal Bank • La Pine Dental Center La Pine Eyecare Clinic • La Pine Moose Lodge La Pine Physical Therapy • Shop Smart La Pine Senior Center • Les Schwab • Taco Bell

Deschutes County No March 2012 Election

There were no filings for the March 2012 election date. The next election in Deschutes County will be the Primary Election held May 15. Nancy Blankenship, Deschutes County Clerk, 1300 NW Wall St., Ste. 202, Bend OR 97701, 541-388-6544.


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TAX SERVICES PDK TAX SERVICE La Pine’s Oldest Tax Service EARLY BIRD SPECIAL Through January 31, 2012. Call 541-536-1366 For Appointment. In RV Park On 3rd Street, La Pine. Darlene Mrvich, LTC. 4cc HIGH DESERT TAX & ACCOUNTING SERVICE New Client Discount James Elliott, EA, LTC 5308-C Rosalyn Sanford, EA, LTC 26961-C Aspen Alley Mall, Suite #1, Hwy. 97, La Pine. Call 541-536-1153 Or 800-862-1153. cc BOARDWALK TAX PREPARATION & ACCOUNTING Darlene Jordt, LTC Service La Pine Since 1984. Call 541-480-4518 For An Appointment. c2

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OUTDOOR SNOW BLOWER. 541-536-7546. 10x TROY-BILT TILLER. Pony Model. Ran Great. Needs New Starter Rope. $300. Call 541-647-9637. 10x ARIENS 30” Snow Blower Deluxe. 2-Stage. Used Only 16-1/2 Hours. Like New. Cost $1200 New, Sell For $798. Call 541-977-4948. 9x OLDER HOMELITE Chainsaw. 20” Bar. $50. Call 541-805-4615. 9x GENERAC 4000XL Gas Generator. $400. Call 541-576-2022. 6x VINTAGE PATIO SET. Powder Coated Hunter Green. 7 Pieces. New Cushions, In The Box. $500. 541-504-1470. 6x SNOWBLOWER For Craftsman Tractor, Includes Wheel Weights And Chains. $600 Complete. Call 541-536-2504. 6x SAVINGS COUPON For Your NEW DECK OR PATIO Visit: For Details. CCB#181069. cc SEARS CHIPPER/SHREDDER. Craftsman. 8hp. Like New. $500 OBO. Call 541-504-1470. 6x 3 SUNCAST Vinyl Storage Units. 60 Cu. Ft. Approximately 5’x3’x6’. New Price $300 Each. They’re In Great Shape. $150 Each. Call Tim, 541-912-2901. 13x JOHN DEERE Riding Lawn Mower. L110 Automatic. 90 Hours On Engine. 17.5hp. Like New Condition. Get Snow Blade? Buy Best Or Junk? $1000 OBO. Call 541-408-4528. 12x PATIO SET. $250. Call 541-504-5457 Or 562-310-2554. 15x HUSQVARNA 357XP Chainsaw. Great Shape. 20” Bar. 2006 Mfg. Pro Saw. 14,000 RPM. Over $700 New. $425 OBO. Call 541-617-9041. 16x

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Historical Landmarks Commission Seeks Volunteer Members

Deschutes County seeks three new volunteer Historical Landmarks Commission members and is accepting applications until Friday, February 24th. Commissioners serve four-year terms beginning in April. The Deschutes County Landmarks Commission (HLC), formed 1980, is part of a nationwide network of groups dedicated to the preservation and celebration of architectural heritage. The five member HLC serves as a citizen advisory body to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) for Deschutes County and the Sisters City Council. The role of the HLC is to help property owners preserve historically and architecturally significant buildings and districts while allowing modifications for contemporary use. While specific qualifications are not required to serve on the commission, expertise in history, architecture, architectural history, archaeology or related fields are encouraged. Deschutes County Planning Director Nick Lelack said, “Most importantly, commissioners should be interested and committed to protecting historic and cultural resources that directly contribute to the tangible and educational assets of Deschutes County’s heritage.” The Commission meets quarterly at the Deschutes County Services Center, 1300 NW Wall Street, in Bend. Additional meetings are called if necessary. Those interested in serving on the Commission are invited to submit an application which includes an application form, letter of interest describing the applicant’s background and interest in historic preservation and a resume. Complete applications will be accepted before 5pm on Friday, February 24, 2012. Residents interested in volunteering may receive a Historical Landmarks Commission application from the Deschutes County Community Development Planning Department at 117 NW Lafayette Avenue in Bend. The application is also available at or through Deschutes County Community Development Department Planning Director Nick Lelack at 541-385-1708 or by email at

American Red Cross Blood Drive Schedule

Call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit to schedule an appointment. • Wednesday, February 1st, Bend - fixed site, 2680 N.E. Twin Knolls Drive, 10:30am-4:30pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Wednesday, February 1st, Prineville Community, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 150 S.E. 1st Street, 9:00am-2:30pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Thursday, February 2nd, Bend - VIP, 2680 N.E. Twin Knolls Drive, 12:00pm-5:00pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Thursday, February 2nd, La Pine Community, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, 16137 Burgess Road, 1:00pm-6:00pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Friday, February 3rd, Bend - fixed site, 2680 N.E. Twin Knolls Drive, 9:00am-3:00pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Monday, February 6th, Bend - fixed site, 2680 N.E. Twin Knolls Drive, 12:30pm-6:30pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Monday, February 6th, Sisters Community, 301 S.E. Elm Street, 12:30pm-6:00pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Tuesday, February 7th, Bend - fixed site, 2680 N.E. Twin Knolls Drive, 12:00pm-6:00pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit • Tuesday, February 7th, Redmond Community, LDS Church, 450 S.W. Rimrock, 11:00am4:00pm. Open to public. 1-800-733-2767 or visit

Children’s Human Rights To Be Impacted By Grant Award

Over 8000 children in Oregon are in foster care on an average daily basis as a result of abuse and neglect. This violation of children’s basic human rights is the focus of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Last year Oregon CASA programs across the state advocated for over 5000 children. A CASA volunteer has received specialized training to speak out and act in the best interests of abused and neglected children. They are trained to work within the child welfare and family court systems and are appointed by judges to individual children. CASA organizations improve outcomes for children and increase the likelihood that a child will grow into a successful adult despite great hurdles. The CASA volunteer becomes a trusted adult empowered to ensure that each child is well cared for and able to find a safe, loving, permanent home. The Oregon CASA Network (OCN), a newly formed organization, was developed to increase effectiveness and efficiency of each independent CASA organization with a goal of an Advocate for every child in need. Twenty-nine programs serve all counties in Oregon. The OCN has entered into a partnership with the National CASA Association, linking together leadership and technical assistance resources to provide better support for local CASA programs. National CASA recently launched its “I am for the child” campaign, a national effort to make sure every eligible child is being served by a CASA advocate by 2020. As a result of this recent collaboration, the Ford Family Foundation has awarded OCN a two year project grant totaling $445,000. Funding will support multiple activities, aimed at strengthening the newly launched network while motivating local participation in systems-building work led by both the OCN and National CASA. Every community in Oregon can benefit when their children are safe, protected and loved. The Oregon CASA Network is committed to that end. The Ford Family Foundation was established in 1957 by Kenneth W. and Hallie E. Ford. Its mission is “successful citizens and vital rural communities” in Oregon and Siskiyou County, California. The Foundation is located in Roseburg, Oregon, with a Scholarship office in Eugene. For more information: 541-389-1618.

Living On A Few Acres Classes For Rural Landowners...

...Saturday, March 3rd, 8am-5pm at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, Middle and North Sister Buildings, Redmond. Cost is $40/person or $75/couple if registered by Friday, February 24th (includes lunch). Registration: Living on a Few Acres (LOAFA) is a one-day conference which targets small acreage landowners and farmers of all sizes. More than 30 classes will be offered to provide opportunities to learn about field management, small farm business, growing specialty crops, animal health and nutrition, tractor safety and driving, water rights and wildlife control and enhancement. New classes this year will feature drip irrigation, pond development, fruit tree and grape production, composting, permaculture, beekeeping, food preservation and direct marketing. Livestock classes covering poultry, swine, sheep and goat production will be offered as well as equine sessions featuring horse nutrition, feed types and first aid. SPECIAL FEATURE: “Meet your Local Farmer” exhibit area and a farmers’ forum to discuss common concerns and share solutions. FARMER AND BUSINESS TRADE SHOW: If you are interested in having a booth at the trade show, contact, 541-548-6088 for more information. Title sponsors for LOAFA include the Deschutes County Farm Bureau and Round Butte Seed Company. The conference is in partnership with Oregon Department of Agriculture, Deschutes County Soil and Water Conservation District, Deschutes County, Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District, Oregon Fish and Wildlife and OSU Extension Service.

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CONSIGNMENT SHOPS PACK RATZ CONSIGNMENT & RESALE Offering Jackets, Snow Pants Beginning At $1.99. Furniture, Clothing, Jewelry, Books & Much More. 52690 Hwy. 97, La Pine. Call 541-876-5424. cc

FLORIST REMEMBER YOUR VALENTINE... Great Selection Of Floral Arrangements To Choose From At LA PINE FLORIST Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 9am-2pm. Huntington Road, La Pine, Next To Gary & Sandy’s. Call 541-536-1509. cc MOUNTAIN VIEW FLORAL DESIGNS 51636 Huntington Road, La Pine, Across From The Post Office. Call 541-536-7617. 4cc


The Humane Society of Central Oregon is recruiting and training volunteers to help at our thrift store, with off-site adoptions, putting together adoption packets, cutting price tags and other shelter needs. You must be at least 9 years of age and, until the age of 16, must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Please contact Wendy at 541-382-3537, if you are interested in these volunteer opportunities.

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COMPUTERS/OFFICE FLAT PANEL Computer Monitor. 17” Diagonally. $20. 541-389-8120. 16x LITTLE d TECHNOLOGY Is Located At The Third Street Plaza In La Pine. Call Us At 541-536-1079 For Computer Sales & Service. c37 LINUX COMPUTER. Factory Programmed. $50. Call 541-536-1159, Ask For John. 13x


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LIST OF DISPLAY ADVERTISERS A Sweep Above Chimney Service........................................................541-419-3630 Ace Hardware - La Pine Building Supply.................541-536-2161 or 800-700-2161 Ace Storage ........................................................................................541-536-5428 AirTech ...............................................................................................541-536-2463 Alpine Chiropractic Center ......................................541-536-3118 or 541-389-7616 Alpine Economy Mini-Storage ............................................................541-536-2930 American Red Cross ........................................................................ 1-800-GIVE-LIFE Anytime Fitness .................................................................................541-536-9779 Auto Star Automotive.........................................................................541-536-7657 Bend Pawn & Trading Company .............................541-536-0999 or 541-317-5099 Blinds of all Kinds ...............................................................................541-815-9844 CAN Cancer.........................................................................................541-323-4069 Cascade Realty, Crescent Lake ............................................................541-433-5678 Cascade Realty, Dennis Haniford’s, La Pine .........................................541-536-1731 Central Oregon Pole Buildings ................................541-480-1112 or 541-410-8208 Cheryl Leeder, Lovely Locks ................................................................541-536-4766 Concealed Carry Permit Classes ..........................................................541-290-2498 Country Financial ...............................................................................541-536-0340 Crescent Community Club Bingo ........................................................541-848-7202 Crescent Lake Resort ..........................................................................541-433-2505 Drug Mart ..........................................................................................541-536-1111 Earl Harder Construction ....................................................................541-536-5202 East Moon Pre-Cast ............................................................................541-480-9341 Fisher & Stone Construction, LLC ........................................................541-390-2680 Fit Zone ..................................................................541-410-3201 or 503-880-2788 Floors-N-More....................................................................................541-536-3360 Gary & Sandy’s Appliance - 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