19 April 2016
- Sherman County School District Communication #10
- Sandy Macnab’s Retirement & Recognition Celebration, April 24
- The Appalachian Dulcimer at the Library, April 21
- Author Orice Klaas to Read from her Book, “Once Upon a Convent,” May 17
- Annual Gorge Outfitters’ Supply Catfish Derby, May 28-29
- Purchase Tickets by April 22! Paint Nite Benefits Little Wheats Daycare, May 6
- Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
“Conservation, as I use the term, does not mean non-use or non-development. It does not mean tying up the natural resources of the states. It means the utilization of these resources under such regulation and control as will prevent waste, extravagance, and monopoly; but at the same time, not merely promoting, but encouraging such use and development as will serve the interests of the people generally.” ~Theodore Roosevelt, 1910
1. Sherman County School District Communication #10
2. Sandy Macnab’s Retirement & Recognition Celebration, April 24
3. The Appalachian Dulcimer at the Library, April 21
Libraries of Eastern Oregon presents “The Appalachian Dulcimer” with musicians Heidi Muller & Bob Webb on Thursday, April 21 at Sherman County Public/School Library. Come at 4:00pm to learn to play the Dulcimer. The three-string mountain dulcimer is one of the easiest and most fun instruments to learn and requires no previous musical experience. At 7:00pm, enjoy a concert with some uncommon songs performed by Heidi and Bob at. Lessons at 4:00pm, concert at 7:00pm. For further information about this program please contact Sherman County Public/School Library at (541) 565-3279. Library website: www.scpslibrary.wix.com/scpsl.
4. Author Orice Klaas to Read from her Book, “Once Upon a Convent,” May 17
Orice Klaas will be at the Sherman County Public/School Library on Tuesday, May 17 at 6:00 p.m. She will read from her recently published book, “Once Upon a Convent.” Providing a unique glimpse into her nineteen years as a young nun, her story is an inside view of convents during the late ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s, a period of major upheaval in the Church. Copies of the book will be available at the reading, or can be purchased on Amazon in paperback or kindle. Refreshments will be served. For further information about this program please contact Sherman County Public/School Library at (541) 565-3279. Library website: www.scpslibrary.wix.com/scpsl.
5. Annual Gorge Outfitters’ Supply Catfish Derby, May 28-29
Set your alarms to May 28th and May 29th for the Annual Gorge Outfitters Supply Catfish Derby. A great family event enjoyed by many with wonderful memories and fantastic prizes. With early registration we include a BBQ buffet at Bob’s Texas T-Bone and other goodies. This year, along with multiple fantastic prize packages, we have added a *$10,000 CASH PRIZE to the person who catches the State of Oregon Channel Cat record.
Visit facebook.com/gorgeoutfitterssupply for additional information. Or contact 541-739-2222 or email@example.com for registration paperwork and additional information. (*must register separately for the $10,000 prize)
6. Purchase Tickets by April 22! Paint Nite Benefits Little Wheats Daycare, May 6
Little Wheats, Inc. Daycare in Moro, OR will be hosting a Paint Nite FUNDRAISER on Friday, May 6, 2016 at the Wasco Annex. We must sell at least 35 tickets by April 22, or this event may be cancelled.
Go to https://paintnite.com/events/1063687.html to purchase your tickets! Tickets are $45 each and remember a portion of each ticket purchased will support Little Wheats, Inc. Daycare. You may also contact Little Wheats directly at 541-565-3152 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. If you do not wish to purchase your tickets online you can write a check to Little Wheat’s Inc and we can purchase tickets for you.
Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. and painting will begin at 6:00 p.m. sharp! Don’t be late! There will be beer, wine and yummy appetizers to purchase from Moody Tollbridge Winery Company and The Feed Trough. This is not an art class, Paint Nite is a fun and relaxed setting with friends! This event is for adults 21 and older. Thank you in advance for your support and we hope to see you at Paint Nite! (May 6, 2016)
7. Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
Patriots Day | The Roots of the First American Revolution http://patriotpost.us/pages/320
Fold3 | Honor & Research Military Veterans https://www.fold3.com/?utm_source=find&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=find-april-16
PGG / Pendleton Grain Growers http://www.capitalpress.com/Oregon/20160418/pgg-board-recommends-dissolving-co-op?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_Capital_Press
Hooves and Horns Cowtoons http://www.hooves-and-horns-cowtoons.com/HOME—BIO—CONTACT.html
Let us not seek the Republican answer, or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix blame for the past. Let us accept our own response for the future. ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Opinion. Lars Larson Ponders Northwest Government Curveballs http://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/index.ssf/2016/04/lars_larson_ponders_northwest.html#incart_most-read_opinion_article
RealClear Politics http://www.realclearpolitics.com/
Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=20267
The Business Journals http://www.bizjournals.com/
The Business Journals – Portland http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/
The Knight Files: 10 business lessons from the lawsuit that gave birth to Nike http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/blog/threads_and_laces/2016/04/the-knight-files10-business-lessons-from-the.html
Harney County United https://www.facebook.com/groups/259827470735606/permalink/1203913379660339/ “Please read the Record of Decision for the BLM Sage Grouse Plan (below); this is our future right here. This document states that the stubble height on grass should be 7″ during March 30 – June 30, which is completely unattainable. If this can’t be attained then there will be a change in the season of use, meaning we won’t be able to graze livestock until July. But then, how can we guarantee the stubble height will be 7″ the following March? We can’t because grass doesn’t grow in the winter!! This is just ONE of the troubling new standards in this document! This will create a national monument out of the entire west without the need of a “designation.” Catastrophic wildfire is one of the primary causal factors in the decline of the Sage Grouse population; livestock grazing is NOT (as per USFWS). As livestock are removed from the landscape, catastrophic wildfires increase exponentially!” ~ Erin Maupin.
Record of Decision and Approved RMPA: Greater Sage-Grouse Resource Management Plan Amendment http://www.blm.gov/or/energy/opportunity/finaleis.php
U.S. Department of the Interior https://www.doi.gov/
Of course, the Muslim Brotherhood is a Terrorist Organization http://townhall.com/columnists/jimhanson/2016/04/18/of-course-the-muslim-brotherhood-is-a-terror-organization-n2150068/page/full
George Will: Histories that Shouldn’t be Secret http://freedomsback.com/george-will/histories-that-shouldnt-be-secret/
Road Snacks | What’s Happening in the Region http://www.roadsnacks.net/about-us/