Notice. Sherman County Court to Tour Courthouse with CAPCO, April 17
Notice. Sherman County Court Work Session with Windwave, April 19
Notice. Sherman County Court to Tour Evergreen State Holdings, LLC, April 23
Notice. Gilliam, Sherman & Wheeler County Courts to Meet, April 24
Sherman County History Tidbits: Civilian Conservation Corps
Adjusting the Picture
Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do
“An unlimited power to tax involves, necessarily, a power to destroy; because there is a limit beyond which no institution and no property can bear taxation.” —John Marshall (1819)
1. Notice. Sherman County Court to Tour Courthouse with CAPCO, April 17
A quorum of the Sherman County Court may be present for a Courthouse Tour with CAPCO to be held on Wednesday April 17, 2019 at 1:30pm at the Sherman County Courthouse, 500 Court Street, Moro, OR. 97039.
2. Notice. Sherman County Court Work Session with Windwave, April 19
A quorum of the Sherman County Court will be present at a work session with Windwave to be held on Friday April 19, 2019 at 10am in the Commissioners Meeting Room at the Sherman County Courthouse, 500 Court Street, Moro, OR. 97039, to discuss Fiber.
3. Notice. Sherman County Court to Tour Evergreen State Holdings, LLC, April 23
A quorum of the Sherman County Court may be present at a tour of Evergreen State Holdings, LLC with Representative Greg Walden’s Office to be held on Tuesday April 23, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. at the Grass Valley facility located at 212 NE North Street, Grass Valley Oregon, 97029.
4. Notice. Gilliam, Sherman & Wheeler County Courts to Meet, April 24
Gilliam, Sherman & Wheeler County Courts
April 24, 2019
Sherman County Courthouse
500 Court Street
Moro, OR 97039
- Call to Order
- 10:00-10:15am – Lower John Day Working Group – Amanda Whitman
- 10:15am – Tri-County Veterans Officer Update – Bryan Hunt
- Building Codes – Scott Hege
- Fiber to the Home
- Housing Shortage
- Set Next Meeting
5. Sherman County History Tidbits: Civilian Conservation Corps
The Civilian Conservation Corps camp was constructed and put into operation in 1935 at the Sherman County Fairgrounds, and 190 young men arrived and were put to work. ~Read all about it in Sherman County: For The Record, #5-1.
6. Adjusting the Picture
If you want to grow and move past your present limitations, you must first experience being more in your mind. There is a simple exercise that should illustrate how powerful you are, in your mind. It will show you how the pictures you hold in your mind affect your performance in life. When you have a moment, try the following:
Stand with your feet slightly apart and bring both arms straight up in front of you, parallel to the floor. Keep your feet still, but turn your body as far as you can to your left. Mentally mark where you stop, by the place on the wall opposite where your fingers are pointing. While you are holding your mark, look a little further to the left and just note what you see.
Now turn back to center. With your arms still up, close your eyes and picture yourself turning again, only this time going much farther. Then, change the picture so you go even farther than that. Now open your eyes and again physically turn left as far as you can. You will probably be able to turn a lot farther, because you created a new reality. By programming your mind to surpass its previous limits, you brought that new picture into reality. (And yes, it works the same way if you turn to your right!)
This same technique will help you in almost any activity or endeavor. You see, mental imagery is very powerful stuff. So, ask yourself, “Where do I want to go farther in my life?” and then ask, “How do I think this kind of visualization might help me do it?” and then, “How far do I want to go?” What does that picture look like?
If you have children, young or older, turn this into a game. You’ll be helping them learn to expand their own visions of the future. ~The Pacific Institute
7. Links: Things to Think About & Things to Do