Sherman Booster Club School Spirit Merchandise at the Bazaar, Dec. 1
Sherman High School Basketball 2018-2019
Public Notice. Sherman County Court & Fire Districts Work Session, Nov. 28
Public Notice. Sherman County Court, GorgeNet, Frontier TeleNet Work Session, Nov. 29
Public Notice. Sherman County Court, Cities & GorgeNet Work Session, Nov. 29
No More Victim Mentality
Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation Launches Annual Campaign
“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” — William Arthur Ward
1. Sherman Booster Club School Spirit Merchandise at the Bazaar, Dec. 1
The Sherman Booster club will be at the bazaar at the High School on December 1st selling school spirit merchandise. Dec 1st from 10 a.m. -3:30 p.m. Bring your Christmas shopping list!
2. Sherman High School Basketball 2018-2019
November 19, 2018:
|Nov. 30||Fri||Sherman Invitational
Culver, Stanfield, Grant Union
|Dec 1||Sat||Sherman Invitational
Culver, Stanfield, Grant Union
|Dec 8||Sat||Damascus Christian||Moro||1:30||3:00||4:30|
|Dec 11||Tues||Trinity Lutheran||Bend||4:30||6:00|
|Dec 14||Fri||Hosanna Tournament||Klamath Falls||TBA||TBA|
|Dec. 15||Sat||Hosanna Tournament||Klamath Falls||TBA||TBA|
|Dec 20||Thurs||Ione||Ione||4:30 (2qtrs)||6:00||7:30|
|Dec 22||Sat||Condon/Wheeler||Moro||2:30 (2qtrs)||4:00||5:30|
|Dec. 27||Thurs||1A Classic||McKenzie||TBA|
|Dec. 28||Fri||1A Classic||McKenzie||TBA|
|Dec. 29||Sat||1A Classic||McKenzie||TBA|
|Jan. 4||Fri||South Wasco||Maupin||5:00||6:30|
|Jan. 8||Tues||Hood River (JV)||Hood River||4:00|
|Jan. 8||Tues||Horizon Christian||Hood River||4:30||6:00|
|Jan 9||Wed||St. Paul||Portland
|Jan. 19||Sat||Ione||Moro||2:30 (2qrts)||4:00||5:30|
|Jan. 25||Fri||Condon/Wheeler||Condon||5:00 (2qrts)||6:00||7:30|
|Jan 29||Tue||Horizon Christian||Moro||4:30||6:00|
|Feb. 1||Fri||South Wasco||Moro||5:00||6:30|
Head Boys Coach: Gary Lewis Asst. Boys Coach: Bill Martin, Tim Zacharias, Ethan Moore
Head Girls Coach: Steve Bird Asst. Girls Coach: Lauri Perisho
Principal/AD: Mike Somnis Superintendent: Wes Owens
RECENTLY CHANGED CANCELLED
Basketball schedules change frequently. Please refer to highschoolsports.net for confirmation.
~Audrey Rooney, Registrar
Sherman High School
65912 High School Loop
Moro, OR 97039
PH: 541-565-3500 ~ Fax: 541-565-3319
3. Public Notice. Sherman County Court & Fire Districts Work Session, Nov. 28
The Sherman County Court and the Sherman County Fire Districts, will hold a Work Session on November 28, 2018, at 6 p.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room at the Sherman County Courthouse, 500 Court Street, Moro, Oregon, 97039 to discuss the Post Summer 2018 Fire Season and Preventative Measures.
4. Public Notice. Sherman County Court, GorgeNet & Frontier TeleNet Work Session, Nov. 29
The Sherman County Court, GorgeNet, and Frontier TeleNet, will hold a Work Session on November 29, 2018, at 2 p.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room at the Sherman County Courthouse, 500 Court Street, Moro, Oregon, 97039 to discuss the use of Dark Fiber.
5. Public Notice. Sherman County Court, Cities & GorgeNet Work Session, Nov. 29
The Sherman County Court, Sherman Cities, and GorgeNet , will hold a Work Session on November 29, 2018, at 6 p.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room at the Sherman County Courthouse, 500 Court Street, Moro, Oregon, 97039 to discuss Fiber to the Home.
6. No More Victim Mentality
Do you feel that you’re a victim? Now it is possible that you are, but accepting that label, without some reflection, may be doing you more harm than good.
Victims generally feel that something bad has happened to them and they, themselves, are in no way responsible for it. Now, authentic victims certainly do exist – let’s be perfectly clear on that. Hurricanes, tornados, droughts, earthquakes, and tidal waves have causes far beyond our ability to stop them. However, in a book called, “A Nation of Victims,” Charles Sykes pointed out that far too many of us have grown adept at finding someone else to blame for our problems and ignoring our own personal responsibility for them.
When you give up accountability for any aspect of your life, you also give up control. When you give up control, you’re basically saying, “There’s nothing I can do about it. There is no hope of improvement.” Nothing will change, because you won’t be doing anything to create change. And when others look at you, what kind of example are you setting for the young people in your life?
You see, the mindset of a victim is one of powerlessness, and with a mindset like that, you get used to behaving like a victim. It’s a vicious cycle that can turn into a downward spiral, if you’re not careful.
So, is Mr. Sykes’ assertion correct? Have people come to define themselves, not so much by shared culture, but by their status as victims? Have we – without thinking it through – given up our personal power to exercise control over our thoughts and feelings, over the decisions we make, as well as our control over how we react to what happens to us?
There is a good chance that there’s more than a little truth in this assertion. A stroll through the headline news of the last few years would seem to confirm it. However, if we take more accountability for our own actions, then we also take control over our own lives. And when we take control, we are more willing to stand by the decisions we make – and can say good-bye to the victim mentality. ~The Pacific Institute
7. Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation Launches Annual Campaign
Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation is launching its annual campaign this month to ensure everyone in the Mid-Columbia region has access to quality educational programs and resources.
Every day, CGCC and CGCC Foundation work to support the community members who need it most by providing education and training leading to productive careers.
“CGCC is a well-recognized institution, but there’s more to the college than many people may think,” notes Stephanie Hoppe, director of the college foundation. “The college is more than an education institution. It is a place where diverse people and groups can convene,” she explained.
CGCC Foundation’s purpose is to advance and promote the interests and development of the college, its students, and communities which the college serves.
CGCC Foundation hopes to raise $200,000 this year. Charitable gifts from CGCC Foundation donors help provide financial assistance for community members to pursue their higher education. In addition to awarding approximately $135,000 in general, nursing, and electro-mechanical technology scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year to CGCC students, donations to the foundation this past year provided emergency loans to students in crisis, helped students acquire better reading and writing skills, supported student success initiatives, and helped grow the foundation’s endowment.
“One hundred percent of donations within the local community having a direct impact on residents right in your own neighborhood,” Hoppe added. “When you give to CGCC Foundation, you strengthen your community through education.”
The annual campaign of CGCC Foundation is under way now. To learn more about how you can support the foundation’s cause, please contact Stephanie Hoppe, CGCC Foundation director, at (541) 506-6113, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.cgccfoundation.org