Sherman County Library Book Club, Jan. 25
Rep. Greg Walden on the passing of Gilliam County Commissioner Dennis Gronquist
Public Notice. Sherman County Court Special Session, Feb. 6
Frontier Regional 911 Agency Board Meeting Notice, Jan. 31
Sherman County Center for Living Mental Health & Addiction Services
Newsletter: Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board E-News
Setting the Path to Your Future
1. Sherman County Library Book Club, Jan. 25
Sherman County Library Book Club will be meeting Wednesday, January 25, to discuss “Big Stone Gap” by Adriana Trigiani. Please join us for tea, dessert, and discussion. Questions: 541-565-3279 or email@example.com.
2. Rep. Greg Walden on the passing of Gilliam County Commissioner Dennis Gronquist
“As a public servant and a family man, Dennis Gronquist was one of a kind. I was proud to call him my friend, and I am deeply saddened to learn of his passing. He worked selflessly for many decades serving his community, and he got things done for the citizens of Gilliam County. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this difficult time.”- Greg Walden
3. Public Notice. Sherman County Court Special Session, Feb. 6
PUBLIC NOTICE. The Sherman County Court will meet in Special Session on Monday, February 6, 2017, 10:00 a.m. in the Office of the County Court. The court will meet in Executive Session in accordance with ORS 192.660 (2) (i) Personnel to review applications for the Prevention Coordinator position.
4. Frontier Regional 911 Agency Board Meeting Notice, Jan. 31
FRONTIER REGIONAL 911 AGENCY
BOARD MEETING NOTICE
January 31, 2017
Gilliam County Courthouse – Courtroom
Election of Officers
OSP Patch Project – Steve Wynne
Frontier TeleNet Microwave Network – Steve Wynne
Operations Oversight Committee – Gary Bettencourt
Manager’s Report – April Stream
If necessary, Executive Session may be held in accordance with ORS 192.660 (1)
(h) Legal Rights
As this is a regular meeting of the Frontier Regional 911 Board, other matters may be addressed as deemed appropriate by the Board.
5. Sherman County Center for Living Mental Health & Addiction Services
Sherman County’s Center for Living Update
All Are Welcome
Sherman County office provides mental health and addiction services Monday-Friday at the Scott Street office. It’s best to call first, as sometimes we are out in the community. However if you stop by, just leave a note and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
CFL Sherman County’s Monday-Friday office phone is 541 565 3149
After Hours Crisis Counseling is 888 877 9147
Services provided are as following:
Individual, Group and Family Therapy Sessions
Child Therapy Sessions
Just a reminder in February 2017, CFL’s Monthly Gatherings in Moro and Wasco will resume. Wasco’s will meet at the Annex on the first Tuesday February 7th and Moro’s will meet at the old school in Moro on Scott Street the forth Tuesday February 28th. Both meetings are scheduled to meet from 6-7pm, and are open discussions with a focus on emotional health. Light refreshments are provided.
Lastly, we are looking for age appropriate [ages 4-16] donations of clean children’s toys and complete children’s games. We can pick up if needed.
Thanks for your support
Monday-Friday Office phone is 541 565 3149
After Hours Crisis Counseling is 888 877 9147
6. Newsletter: Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board E-News
To Licensees and Interested Persons of the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board (please share with others that do not have an email address on file with the Board).
The December 2016 Edition of the OMCB E-News has been posted to the Board’s website: http://www.oregon.gov/MortCem/Pages/Compliance_Issues.aspx
Note that we have published notice of the upcoming Board meetings for 2017, in this newsletter. Updates, if any, will be sent via email, and will be posted to the Board’s website, under the Meetings link: http://www.oregon.gov/MortCem/Pages/Meetings.aspx
If you enjoyed reading this newsletter and were interested in reviewing previous ones, all past editions are available on the Board’s website (follow link above).
Oregon Mortuary & Cemetery Board, 800 NE Oregon Street, Suite 430, Portland OR 97232
Phone: 971-673-1500 Fax: 971-673-1501
7. Setting the Path to Your Future
Since the beginning of the year, we have encouraged you to examine the way you look at the world, and make some decisions about how you want to be. So, let’s continue the discussion with a little goal-setting to see us through uncertain times.
If you have decided that your locus of control comes from within you (and we hope you have), then you know you have the power to change your life. You do not need to be battered by the “storm” of bad news coming your way.
If you have decided that you want to believe the future is one of great possibilities, then you know you have given yourself the freedom to choose a path for yourself.
If you have decided that you would really prefer to be an optimist, then you are ready to take each situation as it comes, confident in the knowledge that life will improve, that setbacks are only temporary, and you want a happy, fulfilled life.
If you have chosen to take personal accountability, then you are ready to look the world in the eye and say, “These are my decisions and I stand by them. I am ready to take the consequences for my actions and decisions.”
So, what comes next? Figure out where you are, so that you understand Current Reality. Decide where you want to be, with a powerful Vision that includes Technicolor and 3-D visuals and earthshaking SurroundSound. Give yourself an irresistible picture that draws you! Then start setting goals to get you to your Vision. Break down the path to your Vision into smaller goals, ones that you can see without causing you to back off from your ultimate Goal. Focus on what you want, and shut out the distractions that cause you to lose your focus. If your purpose is just, achievement is within your grasp.
And one more piece: Keep your self-talk – that constant stream of conversation you have with yourself – positive and reinforcing. Your self-talk will keep the pictures you have of your future front and center in your mind. The great part about all of this is that it works not only for individuals, but for teams, departments, organizations, countries, and the entire world. ~ The Pacific Institute