Sherman County eNews #2

CONTENTS

  1. Physical Therapist Amanda Payne now at KVH Wellness Center

  2. All County Prayer Meeting, Jan. 2

  3. Today: Sherman County Court & Swearing-in of Elected Officials, Jan. 2

  4. Sherman County Athletic Foundation’s Crab & Oyster Feed, Jan. 19


Appreciation, respecting, and loving other people’s differences is the essence of a brilliant human experience and potential. Different people, different beliefs, different hopes, different dreams… Brilliant in every way!  ~ Chris Lawrence


1. Physical Therapist Amanda Payne now at KVH Wellness Center

Physical therapist Amanda Payne made a recent change in employment and looks forward to continuing to assist you in your recovery towards optimum health at a new location. She and her former co-worker, Jason Sallee, are now working at the Klickitat Valley Hospital Wellness Center in Goldendale, Washington. This clinic was expanded and remodeled within the past year and offers a team of four therapists in the outpatient clinic. The clinic is open for appointments from 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Contact (509) 773-1025.


2. All County Prayer Meeting, Jan. 2

The All County Prayer Meeting is Wednesday, January 2nd @ the First Baptist Church in Grass Valley. Fellowship starts at 6:30 PM, Pray time starts at 7:00 PM and ends at 8:30 PM. Everyone is welcome to come and join the meeting, come and join in when you can get there and stay as long as you can. Thank You. ~Red Gibbs


3. Today: Sherman County Court & Swearing-in of Elected Officials, Jan. 2

At 8:30 this morning, elected officials were sworn-in. At 1 p,m, following the County Court’s session, Joe Dabulskis will talk with constituents while refreshments are served.

Agenda topics shown online include quarterly reports by Sherman County Planning Department and OSU Extension Service, the Oregon Military Department Office of Emergency Management Performance Grant, Commissioners’ Reports, the consent agenda, an Operating Loan to Frontier TeleNet, and the following actions:

  • Appointment: Sherman County Ambulance Service – Jeremy Lanthorn, Dana Haner
  • Appointment: Sherman County Ambulance Service Area Plan Committee – Kathleen Ahearn, Renee Heidy, Bryan Cranston
  • Appointment: Sherman County Fair Board – Bryce Coelsch, Shandie Johnson, Tom Rolfe
  • Appointment: Sherman County Budget Committee – Debbie Hayden
  • Appointment: Sherman County Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) – Amber DeGrange, Teri Thalhofer, Alyssa Winslow, Barbara Seater, Shawn Payne, Joe Dabulskis, Wes Owens, Wade McLeod, Katie Woodruff, Tara Koch, Angie Tennison, Tina Potter, Amy Asher, Brad Lohrey, Les Kipper
  • Appointment: Sherman County Surveyor – Daryl G. Ingebo
  • Removal: Public Transportation Committee – Henry Brown, Jeanee Kuettel, Linda Cornie

~https://www.co.sherman.or.us/sherman-county-court-draft-agendas/


4. Sherman County Athletic Foundation’s Crab & Oyster Feed, Jan. 19

Sherman County Athletic Foundation’s

Crab & Oyster Feed

Fresh Seafood from the Pacific Coast

January 19 from 3-8 p.m.

Morrow County Grain Growers 71025 Old Hwy. 97 at Wasco, Oregon

All You Can Eat – Crab, Oysters and Shrimp $36, $40 at the door

Desserts by Sherman County Scholarship Association

Sherman County Transit Shuttle from Old Wasco School to the Crab Feed

Tickets:

Morrow County Grain Growers, Wasco

Huskey’s 97 Market, Moro

Dinty’s Market West, The Dalles

MCP Goldendale Farm & Home, Goldendale

Sponsors:

Paradise Rose

C.H. Urness Motor Co.

Bank of Eastern Oregon.


 

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Sherman County eNews #1

CONTENTS

  1. Sherman Junior Hoops to Begin Jan. 5, Final Reminder

  2. All County Prayer Meeting, Jan. 2

  3. Sherman Athletic Foundation Crab Feed Info Requested

  4. County Court – Board of Commissioners

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


“It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do a little. Do what you can.” –S. Smith


  1. Sherman Junior Hoops to Begin Jan. 5, Final Reminder

sport.BXboy2Sherman Junior Hoops will begin another season of weekly youth basketball clinics beginning Saturday, January 5th at 9 am in the Sherman County Elementary School Gymnasium for children from grades K through 4. Those who are not yet signed up may do so on Saturday. There is no cost to participate.


2. All County Prayer Meeting, Jan. 2

church.family1The All County Prayer Meeting is Wednesday, January 2nd @ the First Baptist Church in Grass Valley. Fellowship starts at 6:30 PM, Pray time starts at 7:00 PM and ends at 8:30 PM. Everyone is welcome to come and join the meeting, come and join in when you can get there and stay as long as you can. Thank You. Red Gibbs


3. Sherman Athletic Foundation Crab Feed Info Requested

question-markSeveral eNews subscribers inquired about the date for the crab feed! eNews will be happy to post the official details: what, where, when,  cost, parking, tickets, etc.

 


4. County Court – Board of Commissioners

~ http://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/202.html

Oregon Revised Statutes 202.010 “County court” defined. As used in this chapter, unless the context requires otherwise, the term “county court” includes board of county commissioners.

203.035 Power of county governing body or electors over matters of county concern.

(1) Subject to subsection (3) of this section, the governing body or the electors of a county may by ordinance exercise authority within the county over matters of county concern, to the fullest extent allowed by Constitutions and laws of the United States and of this state, as fully as if each particular power comprised in that general authority were specifically listed in ORS 203.030 to 203.075. [http://landru.leg.state.or.us/orcons/orconst.html for the Constitution of the State of Oregon]

(2) The power granted by this section is in addition to other grants of power to counties, shall not be construed to limit or qualify any such grant and shall be liberally construed, to the end that counties have all powers over matters of county concern that it is possible for them to have under the Constitutions and laws of the United States and of this state.

203.111 County governing body; legislative authority; quorum. Unless otherwise provided by county charter, a county court shall be the governing body and shall exercise general legislative authority over all matters of county concern and shall consist of the county judge and two county commissioners and a majority of those persons shall constitute a quorum. [1981 c.140 s.3 (enacted in lieu of 203.110)]

203.240 Organization, powers and duties of board.

(1) A board of county commissioners shall:
(a) Have the powers and duties and be otherwise subject to the laws applicable to county courts sitting for the transaction of county business.
(b) Unless provided otherwise by county charter or ordinance, consist of three county commissioners. A majority of the board is required to transact county business.

204.010 Terms of office of county officers. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, the term of office of each officer mentioned in ORS 204.005 is four years.

204.020 When terms of office commence; filing certificate of election, oath and undertaking. (1) The term of office of each officer mentioned in ORS 204.005 shall commence on the first Monday of January next following election to office.

204.601 Number and appointment of deputies and other employees.

(1) The county court or board of county commissioners of each county shall fix the number of deputies and employees of county officers whose compensation is to be paid from county funds.
(2) All such deputies and employees shall be appointed by such county officer, and shall hold office during the pleasure of the appointing officer. [1953 c.306 s.9]

5.020 Juvenile court jurisdiction in certain counties. The county court of counties from which no transfer of jurisdiction is made under ORS 3.260 or 3.265 or other provisions of law shall have all juvenile court jurisdiction, authority, powers, functions and duties.


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

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