Sherman County eNews #196

CONTENTS

  1. Oregon Wheat 2019 Harvest Photo Contest!

  2. Call for Sherman County Artists & Crafters

  3. Sherman High School Multi-Class Reunion, Sept. 21

  4. Moro Community Presbyterian Church Community Picnic, July 28

  5. Worth the Same Consideration

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


Caution!

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Maybe, just maybe… right around the corner

in the canyon…

or over the hill…

a slow-moving grain truck!

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Caution! Extreme Fire Danger!

Please do not park your vehicle in dry grass!


 1. Oregon Wheat 2019 Harvest Photo Contest!

Enter to win a pair of Oregon Wheat Mud Flaps at the state level, and top 10 move to Tri-State Level! Submit your favorite harvest photos to info@owgl.org by September 1, 2019.

Please submit only 1 photo per email.
• Include your name, farm name, location of photo and your phone number inside the email text.
• Photo must be in OR/ID/WA
• High Resolution will be requested

Photos will be posted to Oregon Wheat Facebook page (with water marks) and the photo with the most “LIKES” on the Facebook page by October 1, 2019 will WIN a pair of Oregon Wheat mud flaps! The top 10 photos with the most “LIKES” will be entered into the 2019 Tri-State Convention photo contest in November.


2. Call for Sherman County Artists & Crafters

It is not too late to sign on as an artist/vendor for the “Wasco School Events Center Presents: An Afternoon of Sherman County Talent.” This fundraiser will be held on Sunday afternoon, October 20th, and will feature local talents sharing their works. We would love to hear from a few more of the talented folks of Sherman County who would like to be a part of this event to show off their works, make contacts with potential customers and even make some sales that day! Contact Melissa Kirkpatrick at WSEC, (541-442-5778) for more information.


3. Sherman High School Multi-Class Reunion, Sept. 21 

SHERMAN HIGH SCHOOL

Multi-Class Reunion

at

CASA EL MIRADOR

1424 W 2nd St

The Dalles, Oregon

September 21, 2019

No Host Cocktails 5:30 pm

Dinner to Follow

$36.00 per person

Please remit by September 1, 2019

Payable to:

Sharon Spencer

66902 Hwy 97

Moro, OR 97039

Questions: Alison Yamauchi 501-258-7299

Rooms Available at:

The Dalles Inn 541-206-9107

Cousins 541-298-5161

Fairfield Inn & Suites 855-297-1429

Various Senior, AARP or AAA discounts are available on above properties.

Other hotels may be searched via Google.


4. Moro Community Presbyterian Church Community Picnic, July 28

Sunday – -July 28th! Moro Presbyterian Church Annual Community Picnic. Moro City Park on Main Street in Moro. Short service and music at 10:45am followed by picnic and BBQ at noon. Bring a salad or dessert. Provided – -paper goods, hamburger/ hot dogs and drinks.  Fun children’s play area. Invite family, friends and neighbors. Picnic from 12 noon to 1:30. Everyone welcome!!! Questions? Call Pastor Bob Stone (971) 338-8247.  ~Submitted by Carol MacKenzie, Wasco


5. Worth the Same Consideration

It has been said that people can get used to almost anything. This seems to be true, especially if it happens gradually over time. When you get used to things being a certain way, you develop what we call a “comfort zone,” which is pretty much just what it sounds like. Adaptability can be a good thing, but not always.

If you are used to cleaning up your house every day because you like things neat and tidy, you will be uncomfortable when the sink is full of dishes. You will experience tension until you restore order.

On the other hand, if you are used to a pile of dirty dishes in the sink, it won’t bother you at all – unless, of course, you are expecting company. Then, the things you have gotten used to and comfortable with may suddenly become very un-comfortable. “That’s OK for me,” you may think, “but I don’t want my company to see it like that!”

People, who go on crash diets before the school reunion, or clean out their car before they pick up the boss, are doing the same sort of thing. But think about it – aren’t you worth the same considerations as your visiting friends or the boss? Don’t you deserve to live by the same high standards that you adopt to impress others?

Take a look at your life. What have you gotten used to over time that you never really meant to have happen? If you want to change your comfort zone for the better and raise your internal standards to include yourself, correct use of affirmations and imagery can be a great help. What do you want your world to look like? Why do you want it to look that way? And before you even ask the question, the answer is “Yes!” you are worth the same consideration!

If you need a little help and support, tell the people close to you what you are trying to do, and stick with it. (By the way, giving a shout-out to the positive changes you see in yourself can only help you. That internal “fist pump” mini-movie in your head does wonders to reinforce your progress and self-worth.) ~The Pacific Institute


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

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