Trunk or Treat at Sherman County School, Oct. 26
Catholic Mass Schedule Change October through March
Gathering Stories for Jackie Fulps, Equine Consultant, Riding Instructor, Oct. 28
Sherman County Medical Clinic Offers Flu Shots, Oct. 11
Notice. Frontier Regional 911 Dispatch Board Meeting, Oct. 16
Gorge Winds Concert Band Concert, Oct. 28
Sherman County’s Current Edition of The Citizen-Reporter Online
Keeping Your Word – to Yourself
Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
1. Trunk or Treat at Sherman County School, Oct. 26
Please join us again for Trunk or Treat in the Sherman County School parking lot on Friday, October 26th. Trunk setup begins at 5:40. Treating goes from 6 to 7:30pm. Trunk decorators should pick up a Trunk or Treat release and entry form at the school or any City Hall. You can also message Sherman PTO on Facebook. Sponsored by Sherman Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).
2. Catholic Mass Schedule Change October through March
St. Mary Catholic Church
807 Barnett Street, Wasco
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30pm (October through March)
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
Hwy. 97 on North end of Grass Valley
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00pm (October through March)
Sunday Mass schedule will resume in April.
We welcome old and new faces! Please come join us.
3. Gathering Stories for Jackie Fulps, Equine Consultant, Riding Instructor, Oct. 28
Did you ever have JACKIE FULPS as an equine consultant, riding instructor, &/or friend? How about joining us Sunday, Oct. 28th, 2-5:00, at the Ft. Dalles Riders Clubhouse, 1023 Irvine St., The Dalles for an appetizer/salad potluck as we tape our memories/stories of those past experiences with Jackie? We will mail that DVD, plus cards expressing our appreciation, to Jackie at her Reedsport home. This is an ideal opportunity as the Fulps Memorial Horse Show celebrated its 25th anniversary this past month. Jackie, unfortunately, could not put in her usual appearance due to health issues and the distance. RSVP please to Linda Wilson by Oct. 20th, Saturday or call Linda at 541-298-1065.
4. Sherman County Medical Clinic Offers Flu Shots, Oct. 11
The Sherman County Medical Clinic is having their annual Flu Shot Clinic!
Thursday, October 11th from 3:00pm – 6:00pm
For more information visit us online at
or call 541-565-3325.
5. Notice. Frontier Regional 911 Dispatch Board Meeting, Oct. 16
FRONTIER REGIONAL 911 DISPATCH
BOARD MEETING NOTICE
October 16, 2018
ESD Conference Room – 135 S. Main, Condon
1 – Approve July 23, 2018 Minutes
2 – Wasco County Dispatch Services Discussion – Mike Smith
3 – Auditors Recommendations for Budget – Brenda Potter
4 – Manager’s Report: Employee Hiring; State Update – Renee Heidy
5 – Motorola Update – Andy Crawford
- 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.
Agenda Distributed October 5, 2018
Frontier Regional Board Members:
Sheriff Gary Bettencourt – email@example.com
Judge Steve Shaffer – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheriff Jim Adkins – email@example.com
Vice-Chair: Commissioner Mike Ahern – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheriff Brad Lohrey – email@example.com
Commissioner Joe Dabulskis – firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair: Sheriff Chris Humphreys – email@example.com
Judge Lynn Morley – firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Gorge Winds Concert Band Concert, Oct. 28
The public is invited to a free Gorge Winds Concert Band Concert, Larry Loop, conductor, Sunday, Oct. 28th, 7:00 p.m., at The Dalles Middle School, 1100 E. 12th St. Wearing your Halloween costume is encouraged for this “OCTOBER SPOOKTACULAR”! Donations welcome.
7. Sherman County’s Current Edition of The Citizen-Reporter Online
The October edition of the Citizen Reporter is currently published online and can be found at https://www.co.sherman.or.us/the-citizen-reporter/
8. Keeping Your Word – to Yourself
How good are you at keeping agreements – with yourself? Have you given much time to this question? It deserves a closer look, and we’ll do that today.
In their book “Life 101,” John-Roger and Peter McWilliams pointed out that the agreements we make are always with ourselves – although sometimes they include other people. In that sense, they’re like relationships. All of our relationships are with ourselves, but often they include other people as well. We ourselves are the one common denominator in all of our relationships.
Now, your word is one of the most precious things you have, but many people think very little of breaking it. This is a mistake for two reasons. First and most obviously, it weakens your credibility with other people. But even more importantly, it weakens your credibility with yourself.
When your innermost picture of your credibility, trustworthiness and reliability is weak, you can’t help but act in ways that reflect it. So once you make an agreement and give your word, do everything in your power not to break it. A broken word, like a broken cup, can’t hold much for very long.
When you lovingly keep your word – that is, keep it strong, keep it dependable, and keep it true – you will know the power of accountability. And when you lend this power to a worthy cause that you believe in, its effect will be doubly powerful.
Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote that trusting yourself is the first secret of success, but how can you trust yourself unless you honor your agreements and keep your word? Trust seems to be a rare commodity in today’s world, but it can be rebuilt. That rebuilding starts within each of us. ~The Pacific Institute
9. Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
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