Sherman County eNews #273

CONTENTS

  1. Foster Parent Information Session, Oct. 22

  2. Energy Facility Siting Council Meeting Notice and Agenda, Oct. 25-26

  3. Letter to the Editor: Vote for Joe! Honesty, Sincerity, Integrity

  4. Sherman County Fair 2018 Open Class Sweepstakes/Division Winners

  5. Sherman County Fair Board to Host Annual Holiday Bazaar, Dec. 1

  6. Free Family History Workshop, Oct. 20

  7. Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do


1. Foster Parent Information Session, Oct. 22

The Next Door and GOBHI will be cohosting a Foster Parent Information Session on Monday, October 22 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at 1113 Kelly Avenue in The Dalles.  If you’ve ever wondered about what it takes to become a foster parent, now is the time to find out. Call (541) 308-2207 for more information. Refreshments provided!


2. Energy Facility Siting Council Meeting Notice and Agenda, Oct. 25-26

Energy Facility Siting Council Meeting

Boardman City Hall

200 City Center Circle

Boardman, OR

Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 4:15 p.m.

Friday, October 26, 2018 at 8:30 a.m.

Agenda https://www.oregon.gov/energy/facilities-safety/facilities/Council%20Meetings/2018-10-25-26%20EFSC%20Agenda.pdf


3. Letter to the Editor: Vote for Joe! Honesty, Sincerity, Integrity

pencil.sharpTo the Editor:

Joe Dabulskis is running for the position of Sherman County Judge and I support this candidate.

I first met Joe and Jeanne Dabulskis as a teacher when I had the pleasure of teaching all three of their amazing children. Joe and Jeanne are awesome parents. Their positive support for education was evident in the time they invested with their children and my students during classroom activities as well as attending school events.

Joe’s campaign slogan of three words- Honesty, Sincerity, Integrity – are exemplary of his character. Joe is trustworthy. He is dedicated to do what is best for our county. He is willing to have conversations, asks questions, and listens to what residents have to say regarding county issues.

Joe cares about Sherman County and will strive to do the best job possible as our next County Judge. I encourage you to vote for Joe.

Kathy Thompson

Moro


4. Sherman County Fair 2018 Open Class Sweepstakes/Division Winners
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Land Products >>  Nancy Allen

Kitchen Products >>  Nancy Allen

Kids Corner >>  Amelia Alley

Arts, Crafts, Hobbies >>  Stacy Bird

Photography >>  Cathy  Brown

Clothing >>  Juli Lantis

Flowers >>  Erin Weedman-Rietmann

 

Special Contest Winners!!

Table Setting Contest:

Kids > > Savannah Blagg

Adults >>  Catilin Blagg/Tionie Kock

 

Cake Contest

1st >> Gladys Wesley

2nd >> Anna Alley

 

Pie Contest

1st >> Anna Alley

2nd >> Addison Smith

Beth & Jaclyn McCurdy congratulate all of the winners and thank everyone who entered and volunteered in the Open Class Building to help make the fair successful!!


5. Sherman County Fair Board to Host Annual Holiday Bazaar, Dec. 1

Christmas.Holly2Sherman County Fair board will host their 3rd Annual Holiday Bazaar and is currently looking for all types of vendors (crafters, lunch time foods, home businesses, baked goods/coffee………………..)   Don’t have anything to sell? Then come and shop!

When >>>  Saturday, December 1st

Where >>> Sherman County School in Moro, Oregon

Time >>  10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

For more info and a vendor form please visit shermancountyfairfun.com or contact Beth @ 541-980-1821 after 5:30 p.m.


6. Free Family History Workshop, Oct. 20

The Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society and the Family History Center are co-sponsoring a FREE Family History Workshop on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints in Hood River.

The workshop is for all levels of genealogy research from beginners to advanced.

There will be door prizes and lunch may be purchased for $5.00 or you may bring your own. Classes include Beginning Genealogy, DNA, using foreign records, using Facebook for family history and more.

The church is located on 1825 May Street in Hood River. Registration begins at 8:30am, workshop begins at 9:00am and runs till 2:00pm. Public is welcome!


7. Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do

bird.owl.limbA Map of Every Building in the United States

The Bayeux Tapestry Chronicles the Epic Ancient Battle for England

The Oregonian Endorses Knute Buehler for Governor

Robert Spencer ’s new book The History of Jihad from Muhammad to ISIS

Ten Ways to Write with Zip

PragerU: What’s Wrong with Government-Run Healthcare?

TedEd: Ten Common Slavery Myths

Federal money flows into Deschutes Basin piping projects 


 

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