Sherman County eNews #275

CONTENTS

  1. Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Military Vehicles, Nov. 9

  2. Veterans Day Chimes at Maryhill, November 11 | 11:11 a.m.

  3. Final Days! Ladies and Gentlemen… The Beatles! Exhibit Closes Nov. 12

  4. Sherman County Emergency Services October Activity Report

  5. Public Notice. Sherman County School District Board Meeting, Nov. 12

  6. Public Notice. Wasco School Events Center Board Meeting, Nov. 13

  7. Christmas Shopping at The Museum Store in Moro, Dec. 7

  8. Sherman County History Tidbits: A Bridge: Collaboration and Connection, 1993

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


The work of your heart, the work of taking time to listen, to help, is also your gift to the whole of the world. ~Jack Northfield.


1. Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Military Vehicles, Nov. 9

American-Flag-StarOn the 2nd Saturday, November 9th, the museum will be featuring the military vehicle collection. Hop a ride in a World War II Scout Car! Check out a World War I Army Ambulance! Learn the difference between a WWII Jeep and a Korean War Jeep! See WAAAM’s World War II airplanes operate up close. All past and present military service members are encouraged to come in uniform. Aircraft, automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, military jeeps and engines all get their day in the sun again at WAAAM.

See http://www.waaamuseum.org/.


2. Veterans Day Chimes at Maryhill, November 11 | 11:11 a.m.

flag.verticalMaryAnn Parrott and the Hood River Valley Church “Chime Choir” will mark Veterans Day at Maryhill with chimes and a moment of silence at 11:11 a.m. All veterans and active military are admitted free to the museum on Veterans Day.

 


3. Final Days! Ladies and Gentlemen… The Beatles! Exhibit Closes November 12

After filling thousands of Beatles fans with nostalgia for the Fab Four, the popular traveling exhibit Ladies and Gentlemen… The Beatles! will end its run at the Oregon Historical Society on November 12. Curated by the GRAMMY Museum and Fab Four Exhibits LLC, Beatles fans have flocked to OHS to see original handwritten set lists penned by John and clothing worn by Paul, and to play the drums with Ringo in this interactive exhibition covering the years Beatlemania ran rampant in America.


4. Sherman County Emergency Services Activity Report

~Shawn Payne, Sherman County Emergency Services

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Sherman County Ambulance

November 2019 Activity Report

Date Time Incident Location
       
11-04 5:58 PM Cardiac Arrest Rufus
       

 Moro Fire Department

October 2019 Activity Report

Date Time Incident Location
       
10-13 5:43 PM Mutual Aid Fire Gilliam County

 North Sherman County RFPD

October 2019 Activity Report

Date Time Incident Location
       
10-02 8:37 PM Ambulance Assist Giles French Park
10-10 10:35 PM Ambulance Assist Wasco
10-13 5:03 PM Mutual Aid for Fire Arlington
10-16 9:17 PM 3 Vehicle Crash US 97  MP# 12
10-20 8:50 AM Medical Assist Wasco
10-27 4:05 PM Controlled Fire Hwy 206
10-31 11:37 PM Medical Assist Pilot in Biggs

5. Public Notice. Sherman County School District Board of Directors Meeting, Nov. 12

LogoShermanCoSchoolPublic Meeting Announcement: The Sherman County School District Board of Directors will hold a Regular Board Meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12, 2019. This meeting will be held in the meeting room of the Sherman County Public/School Library.  Agenda topics include Recognition of Students, Staff, and Community Members, Students of the First Quarter, Student Body Report, Consent Agenda, Approve hire of Steve Bird, Head High School Girls Basketball, Approve hire of Gary Lewis, Head High School Boys Basketball, Approve hire of Samantha Roberts-Smith, A Girls Basketball, Approve hire of Kari Peters, B Girls Basketball, Approve hire of Rick Whitaker, A Boys Basketball, Approve hire of Amber Riley, Temporary Title 1 Teacher, Superintendent Report – Wes Owens, Sherman County School K-12 Administrator Report – Mike Somnis, Athletic Director Report – Mike Somnis, Preschool Rent Reduction and Presentation, Update from OSBA Fall Regional Meeting, Student Success Act School Community Engagement Survey, Continuous Improvement Process Update, Transportation Co-op Update, Policy Update – GBEBA, GBNA, GBNA-AR, JECB, JECB-AR(1), IGBBC, IGBBC-AR, KL, KL-AR(1), IKF, ECACB, GCDA/GDDA, GCDA/GDDA-AR, IICC, District Tractor Purchasing Process, Statements, Values and Priorities 2019-20 through Strategic Plan Process.

~Sherman County School
541.565.3500  (Phone) ~  541.565.3319 (Fax)

www.sjshs.weebly.com

Working Together To Put Student Success First!


6. Notice. Wasco School Events Center Board of Directors Meeting, Nov. 13

The Wasco School Events Center Board of Directors will hold a meeting on November 13th, 2019. The public is welcome to attend! 6 p.m at the WSEC, 903 Barnett Street.


7. Christmas Shopping at The Museum Store in Moro, Dec. 7

Christmas Shopping

at

The Museum Store

Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro

 Saturday, December 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Light refreshments.

No admission fee.

Brand new items just for the Christmas Sale

plus all your year-round favorites

10% Discount for Sherman County Historical Society members

Got a history buff on your list?

MUSEUM MEMBERSHIPS MAKE GREAT GIFTS

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Dec. 7th is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day and the museum will have special displays.

SHERMAN COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM | 200 DEWEY STREET, MORO, OR

541.565.3232 | WWW.SHERMANMUSEUM.ORG


8. Sherman County History Tidbits: A Bridge: Collaboration and Connection, 1993

Bridging Barnum Creek in Moro City Park is the Sherman County Historical Society’s Regional Strategies-funded covered footbridge. This sturdy, handsome structure connects visitors in the park and on Highway 97 to the Museum and the adjacent playground. Carpenter Russell Hiatt of Cove and Ed Jones of Moro were on hand to erect the bridge. Local historical society volunteers Don Coats, Pat Macnab, Joe Weber, Barbara Cantrall, Carolyn DeMoss, Leroy Sherman, and Glenn Virtue assisted, led by Jerry Kirkpatrick. Mid Columbia Producers and Sherman County Road Department collaborated with heavy equipment and muscle as the steel I-beam donated by MCP was lifted into place in 1993. The wood structure, built on the steel, rests on concrete footings. ~Sherman County Historical Society newsletter, The Plow, 1993.


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

bird.owl.limbWATCH YOUR LANGUAGE! Unanswered emails unanswered no more

Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum

Agritourism Allows Farms To Diversify and Has Potential Benefits for Rural Communities

Oregon minors use pot at second-highest rate in United States, study find

OSU hires new wheat extension agent for Wasco, Sherman counties