Sherman County eNews #34

CONTENT

  1. Classifieds

  2. Calendar


1. Classifieds (new or corrected)

FRIDAY CLASSIFIEDS:

newspaper-arrowSherman County eNews publishes free classified ads on Fridays, deadline Wednesday at 5. Please submit ads by using the Submit News page. Include who, what, where, when, how, why… and, the final Friday date for posting your ad (shown by the date at the end of the ad, for example, 10/18), and contact information; under 50 words if possible, and limited to Sherman County. Links are welcome. Share your Joyful News and Thank You and Congratulatory notes here. ~ The Editor

THANK YOU & CONGRATULATORY NOTES:

JOYFUL NEWS! [births, birthdays, engagements, weddings & anniversaries]

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISERS:

EMPLOYMENT:

DRIVER, WAREHOUSE SPECIALIST. Oregon Food Bank, The Dalles. Full-time. https://oregonfoodbank.applicantpool.com/jobs/126421.html

SEASONAL PARK RANGER. Cottonwood Canyon State Park, in-between Wasco and Condon, is seeking a Park Ranger 1 from April 1 to Oct. 31st. Cottonwood is 16,000 acres on 12 miles of the John Day River with a 21-site primitive campground. Ranger will work with two other staff focused on: fun, irrigation; mowing, rule enforcement, interpretation, facilities maintenance, cleaning and vegetation restoration, including hand pulling weeds. Seeing black widows, rattlesnakes, big horn sheep and osprey is not uncommon. Applicants must be willing to work in a remote setting safely; work both independently and in a team; work in adverse conditions—100 degree plus weather; and have a high degree of flexibility. Experience in one or more of the work focus areas, as outlined above, is required. Salary: $2,874.00 – $3,943.00 Monthly plus benefits; position closes 02/28/2017. For more info, e-mail Ranger David Spangler at david.spangler@oregon.gov. Apply on-line at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1649126/seasonal-park-ranger-1-cottonwood-canyon-state-park  2/24

PART-TIME POSITION – The City of Moro is now accepting applications for a seasonal part-time position of Assistant Maintenance Worker. This position requires an individual to be able to perform work including: construction and repair of sewer and water pipelines; operation of trucks and other power-driven equipment and tools; general maintenance of streets, sidewalks, parks and buildings; and other related work as required.  Applications are available at Moro City Hall located at 104 First Street, Moro, Oregon, and may be picked up between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday or Wednesday, and 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Monday or Thursday.  All applications must be returned to Moro City Hall no later than 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 28, 2017.  For more information, contact Kya Mabe at 541-565-3535. 2/24

PREVENTION COORDINATOR. Sherman County is accepting employment applications for the position of Prevention Coordinator. This is a part time position, 20 hr/week or .50FTE, Monday-Friday; there is an option for flexible scheduling within the fte. Partial benefits available. Applicant must value collaboration and be skilled in data collection, program implementation, grant management and be willing to engage in the Prevention Specialist certification process (within a 2-4 year timeline). This position works closely with youth, the community, and other agencies to identify and implement strategies to prevent drug and alcohol abuse in Sherman County. This is an exciting opportunity to effect local change.  For job description and/or application, contact the office of the Sherman County Court at 541-565-3416 or online at http://www.co.sherman.or.us. Submit completed application and resume to the Sherman County Court, PO Box 365, Moro, OR 97039. Applications will be accepted until 5:00pm on Friday, February 3. Successful applicant must pass a criminal history background check. Sherman County is an equal opportunity employer. 2/3

JOBS. The Times-Journal Classifieds

FOR SALE:

2016 ALFALFA HAY in 2-tie 100#(+/-) bales. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th cuttings. Excellent weed free hay but is getting wet from the weather. $4.00 – $5.00 per bale. Call 541-656-1499 or e-mail davids@rooftoppers.com

VALENTINE’S DAY GIFTS. Second Hand Made has what you need for that special someone. Homemade treats, jewelry, boxes of chocolates, hand-made soaps, scrubs and creams to pamper yourself, Valentines cards and we will even have some flower arrangements closer to the 14th. Flowers will be limited, so call or stop in to reserve yours. 541-980-0103.

STORAGE SHED. Princeton 10×10 storage shed. The Sherman County Soil and Water Conservation District has a surplus storage shed that needs to be removed. The storage shed is free to take, as is. Please contact the office at 541-565-3551 ext. 101 to view the item. The buyer is responsible for the disassembling and moving of the storage shed. The Sherman County SWCD takes no responsibility of the storage shed after the buyer has taken ownership. 2/3

 :: PRICE REDUCED:: GORGE OUTFITTERS SUPPLY ::  $25,000 (terms available)  102 East 1st Street Rufus Oregon. MLS # 16657334. 1800 Sq Ft Commercial Building / Premium location / Continual Growth. The areas only full season recreation retail sporting goods store. Great income, awesome location, well known in the entire area as a destination location for recreation supplies for the world class fishing that abounds. Strategically located on the mighty Columbia, on I-84 at exit 109, and in between the mouths of the Deschutes and John Day rivers. Sales have increased every year since established in 2011. New POS for tracking inventory and sales. Services include: ODFW licensing agent and FFL dealer. ATM machine generates $150-$300 month on average. An additional portion of the building could be opened for additional retail square footage potentially for  Kite Boarding and Wind Surfing supplies. This is a first class establishment. Signage has been created by the PNW best sign company and constructed of high quality material. This is a turn key operation with plenty of great vendor support.
Purchase price includes the following: (business only)
* All retail furnishings, gondolas, freezers, refrigerators, coolers, shelving, safes, ATM
* Included in the sale is the name Gorge Outfitters Supply, all the marketing media, signage, intellect, Facebook platform and current relationships with vendors and customers.

* Wholesale cost of current inventory to be added to purchase price at time of sale. (Currently about 42k sold for cash only) Priced aggressively current inventory retails near 75k. Building can be leased at $850 month or purchased with terms for $115,000.
Contact Dan Pehlke for additional information 503-547-9140
Licensed Oregon Principal Broker for Cheri Belander Real Estate 3/3

DOING BUSINESS WITH LOCAL PEOPLE. Sherman County Agri-Business Directory. http://co.sherman.or.us/agri_business.asp. 0/0

SERVICES: [home, personal, appliance, landscape, fencing, cleaning, maintenance, janitorial, computer, construction, sewing, repairs, transportation, media, preschool, day care, support & training]

SHERMAN COUNTY AGRI-BUSINESS DIRECTORY. To add or update your business listing, please contact Sherman County Administrative Assistant Lauren Hernandez lhernandez@co.sherman.or.us. See businesses organized by town at http://www.co.sherman.or.us/agri_business.asp. 0/0

NEWSPAPERS

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VISITOR INFORMATION SERVICES & EVENTS:

SHERMAN COUNTY AGRI-BUSINESS DIRECTORY. To add or update your business listing, please contact Sherman County Administrative Assistant Lauren Hernandez lhernandez@co.sherman.or.us 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: 

newspaper-wantedWANTED: 

LOCALLY GROWN BARLEY, WHEAT, RYE, ETC. A microbrewery is looking for locally grown barley, wheat and rye to use in its products:  “We are in the process of opening our brewery in Goldendale, WA. For the time being, we are looking for local ingredients to use in our beers (malted barley, wheat, rye, etc; fruit and herbs; hops). In the future, we hope to have a small kitchen in our tasting room and would like to feature local cheese, cured meats, pickles, and bread. Once we are up and running this fall, we would also be open to selling beer to restaurants and events in the region (we will be self distributing in Washington).”  If you are interested or have suggestions, contact Rachel Suits of OSU Extension Small Farms programs in the gorge at 541-386-3343 ext 38257 or email rachel.suits@oregonstate.edu

FIREWOOD. A veteran in our community is in need of firewood. Please call or text Bonnie 541-777-7731 or Leta Ann 541-325-2993. Thank you in advance for your help and thoughtfulness. 2/24

CROSFIELD BUILDING MURAL INFO. Information sought for research on the work of itinerant artists and sign painters in Sherman County. The mural on the Crosfield brick building in Wasco is one of those. Information (painter, date, owners) and photographs will be greatly appreciated. ~ Sherry Kaseberg  sherryk@gorge.net  2/10

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2. Calendar (new or corrected)

Valentine heartFEBRUARY

4 Sam Miller Memorial Service 3 Spencer, Libby & Powell

4 Regional History Forum, Vogt Opera House 1:30 Original Courthouse, The Dalles

6 Sherman County Court Special Session (Executive Work Session) 10

7 Sherman County Watershed Council 11:30 Burnet Building

8 Sherman County Senior & Community Center Advisory Committee 12:30

10 Gorge Broadband Consortium 10

11 Regional History Forum, Donner Party Survivor 1:30 Original Courthouse, The Dalles

11 North Central Livestock Association Dinner Meeting 5 Grass Valley Pavilion

12 LINCOLN’S BIRTHDAY

14 Sherman Soil & Water Conservation Board 8:30 Moro

14 Sherman County Watershed Council 11:30 Burnet Building, Moro

14 Tri-County Mental Health Board Meeting 11-2 The Dalles

14 North Central Public Health District Board Meeting 3 The Dalles

14 VALENTINE’S DAY

15 Library Book Club 6 Sherman County Public/School Library

15 Youth Robotics Info Meeting 6 Hood River OSU Extension Office

16 NRCS Neighborhood Meeting 9:30 Sherman OSU Extension Office

16 Mid-Columbia Economic Development District Regional Economic Development 9                         Hood River County

18 Columbia River Gorge Bridal Show 11-4 Civic Auditorium, The Dalles

18 Regional History Forum, Art Deco Architecture 1:30 Original Courthouse, The Dalles

20 PRESIDENTS’ DAY

22 WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY

23 Sherman County Driver Education Parent/Student/Teacher Night 5:30-8 Library

23 Mid-Columbia Economic Development District Board Meeting 4 The Dalles

23-March 1 National Association of Counties Conference, Washington, DC

25 Happy Birthday, Sherman County! February 25, 1889

25 Regional History Forum, Thos. Condon & Paleontology 1:30 Original Courthouse

27 Mid-Columbia Housing Authority Board Meeting 10 The Dalles

28 Mid-Columbia Council of Governments Board Meeting 1-3 The Dalles

MARCH

1 Sherman County Court will not be in session.

8 Sherman County Senior & Community Center Advisory Committee 12:30

12 Daylight Saving Time Begins

14 Sherman Soil & Water Conservation Board 8:30 Moro

14 Sherman County Watershed Council 11:30

14 Tri-County Mental Health Board 11-2 The Dalles

14 North Central Public Health District Board 3 The Dalles

15 Sherman County Court 9 Burnet Building

17 ST. PATRICK’S DAY

20 Spring Begins

23 Mid-Columbia Economic Development District Board Meeting 4 Klickitat County

27 Mid-Columbia Housing Authority Board 11 The Dalles

28 Mid-Columbia Council of Governments 1-3 The Dalles 

APRIL

5 Sherman County Court 9

16 EASTER

22 EARTH DAY

26 Tri-County Courts 10 Condon

26-27 Oregon Heritage Summit on Funding

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