Sherman County eNews #137

CONTENTS

  1. Strong People Strength Training in Grass Valley

  2. Frontier Telenet Board of Directors Meeting, May 23

  3. Bingo & Make-Your-Own-Ice-Cream Sundae for Food Bank, May 27

  4. Grass Valley Baptist Church Spring Fling & Joni Harms Concert, June 8

  5. Sherman County Historical Society Wine Tasting & Dinner Program, June 9

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

  7. History Tidbits for Memorial Day: Sherman County World War I


“Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” — Marcel Proust


1. Strong People Strength Training in Grass Valley

Join us at the Grass Valley Pavilion Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:30 am to strengthen your bones and improve your balance and well-being. For questions call Fern Wilcox 541-980-5093 or email at sequencegulch@yahoo.com.


2. Notice. Frontier Telenet Board of Directors Meeting, May 23

Meeting Date/Time: Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time

Meeting Location: Gilliam County Courthouse, 221 S Oregon Street, Condon

Teleconference Dial-in: 669-900-6833 Meeting ID: 301-875-580  

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

1.0 Call to Order; Establish Quorum; Introductions; Additions/Revisions to Agenda

2.0 Public Comment

3.0 Financial Matters

3.1 Review and Accept Monthly Financial Summaries for April 2019

3.2 Discuss Check Signing Policies

4.0 Old Business

4.1 Consider Approval of Legal Counsel Contract with Annala Carey

4.2 Discuss Request for Proposals for Telecom Counsel Services

4.3 Consider Approval of Inland Development Proposal for Independent System Audit

4.4 Weed Control Update

4.5 Cottonwood Tower Site Update

4.6 Consider Approval of FY 2018-2019 Contract Termination Notices

5.0 New Business

5.1 Discuss AOC Report Checklist & Next Steps

5.2 Discuss Request for Proposals for Management Services

5.3 Discuss Roosevelt Site Repairs & Generator

5.4 Consider Approval of Reciprocal Master Services Agreements with Inland Development

5.5 Consider Approval of Proposed Wholesale Data Transport Services with Inland Development for service to Wheeler County Schools for FY 2019-2020

5.6 Consider Approval of Proposed Wholesale Data Transport Services with Inland Development for service to Wheeler County Health Clinics for FY 2019-2020

5.7 Discuss T-Mobile Circuit

5.8 Gilliam County Fiber Project Update

6.0 Day Wireless Update

7.0 Public Comment

8.0 Adjournment

Additional Announcements:

  • With the exception of public hearings, the Frontier Board, in its sole discretion, may make changes to this agenda and/or address other matters it deems appropriate. In addition, the Frontier Board may at any time and without prior notice enter into an executive session in accordance with ORS 192.660(2).
  • The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made not less than 48 hours prior to the date/time the meeting is set to begin by contacting Judge N. Lynn Morley at 541-763-3460 or via email to info@frontier-telenet.org.

3. Bingo & Make-Your-Own-Ice-Cream Sundae for Food Bank, May 27

Come Join the Fun!

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BINGO MAKE-YOUR-OWN-ICE-CREAM SUNDAE

Bingo:  $1 per card

Sundaes:  $1 (kids under 6), $3 (over 6 – adult)

Memorial Day, Monday, May 27

St. Mary Parish Hall (next door to the Wasco School Events Center)   1-3pm

Hosted by the Catholic Community of Sherman County

All proceeds to benefit the Sherman County Food Bank

Last year with your help, we were able to donate $330 to the SC Food Bank!


4. Grass Valley Baptist Church Spring Fling & Joni Harms Concert, June 8

Rescheduled Spring Fling
Joni Harms Concert
June 8 @ 6:30
It’s a family affair, babysitting provided if needed
Potluck: bring dessert and/or side dish
Invite your friends and family for a night of food, fellowship and inspiring music.
The Sherman County Cultural Coalition provided funds to help with this event.
If you have questions call 541-980-8678.


5. Sherman County Historical Society Wine Tasting & Dinner Program, June 9

Moro, OR – Please join us on Sunday, June 9th for the Sherman County Historical Society annual meeting and dinner. This event is open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend. Come tour the museum while enjoying a social hour at 4 p.m. with wine tasting and dinner registration. At 5 p.m. dinner will be served next door at the Senior Center with guest speaker Cal McDermid of the Fort Dalles Museum. Dinner is $15 per person at the door. Please call and RSVP at 541-565-3232.

The Museum is open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through October. The Museum is operated by friendly volunteers with first-rate interpretive exhibits, hands-on activities, and a research genealogy library. The Sherman County’s Visitor Center is also located at the museum.

The Sherman County Historical Museum is located at 200 Dewey Street in Moro, Oregon. For more information, call 541-565-3232 or visit our Facebook page and website: www.shermanmuseum.org


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

bird.owl.limbNational Weather Service: Weather & Hazards Data Viewer

Will A New Energy Project Lure Eagles To Their Death?

Inland Development Corporation: Eastern Oregon Broadband

Rule change could pose financial threat to unions

SAT “Adversity Score” Isn’t What America Is About

Oregon minimum wage to increase 50 cents on July 1, 2019


7. History Tidbits for Memorial Day: Sherman County World War I 

military.navySherman County Observer, Moro, Oregon, August 17, 1917:

“List of Names of Persons whose Registration Cards are in the Possession of the Local Exemption Board, in the order of Liability for Military Service, as Required by the War Registration Rules and Regulations.

[Serial Number-Name-Address-Order Number]

“258 Charles S. Forrester, Kent, 1

337 George H. Hansen, Kent, 2

275 Oscar Herman Adams, Kent, 3

126 Gilbert Tracy Davis, Grass Valley, 4

107 Andrew Dewie Ireland, Rufus, 5

373 Arthur Smith Munger, Grass Valley, 6

309 Arland Morris Coon, Grass Valley, 7

437 Charles Edgar Davis, Grass Valley, 8

43 Frank Herold Stone, Wasco, 9

420 Alexander W. McLeod, Kent, 10

433 Jim Reid, Moro, 11

10 Frank Schamel, Grass Valley, 12

140 Alex Hanley, Grass Valley, 13

432 Lewis John Sturza, Moro, 14

18 Eugene Vintin, Grass Valley, 15

182 Robert Burns Hoskinson, Moro, 16

46 Omer G. Sayrs, Moro, 17

223 Earl Leonard Mersinger, Wasco, 18

117 Aaron Sylvester Noyes, Monkland, 19

390 Amanuel T. Ramos, Wasco, 20

75 Stacy A. Wilson, Rufus, 21

280 Albert Edwin Benefiel, Klondike, 22

332 Lucius Roy Seely, Klondike 23

379 Leslie Taylor Barnett, Wasco, 24

194 John Grover Addington, Klondike, 25

298 Mearl Worley Ellis, Wasco, 26

343 Theodore Justesen, Kent, 27

15 Ralph Porter Brisbine, Moro, 28

355 William Craig Patterson, Grass Valley, 29

218 Roy Ermon Bozart, Wasco, 30

31 James Fox, Early, 31

183 Clyde Floyd Driscoll, Wasco, 32

56 James Frederick Perkins, Wasco, 33

5 James Thomas Smith, Wasco, 34

350 Marrion A. Duncan, Kent, 35

54 John Golden Barnett, Wasco, 36

440 Edgar Max Alley, Grass Valley, 37

269 John A. Schassen, Kent, 38

335 Murvil S. Stone, Moody, 39

341 James O. Minks, Grass Valley, 40

39- Arthur Dean Olds, Grass Valley, 41

353 Earl A. Barnet, Kent, 42

360 Ernest Eslinger, 43

72 Clarence A. Blagg, Grass Valley, 44

356 I. Lewis Armstrong, Grass Valley, 45

112 Thomas Wyan Ison, Wasco, 46

128 Hiram Leedy, Wasco, 47

11 Ernest Addison Manning, Wasco, 48

363 A. Conklin Buckley, Grass Valley, 49

6 Carl Adolph Happold, Klondike, 50

327 William L. Frymire, Grass Valley, 51

93 Elton Leon Alexander, Wasco, 52

345 Jasper Ray Alsup.”

More information is posted here:

http://shermancountyoregon.com/sherman-county/sherman-county-military/sherman-county-military-information-world-war-i/.


 

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