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Page 6 Vct i1 ('.CMMI JNITV ]lte Ta, ra - January 18, 2012 AROUND TOWN Watershed council Wednesday night The South Santiam Water- shed Council will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the Leba- non Public Library. Following the presentation, the South Santiam Watershed Council Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. Both the presenta- tion and board meeting are open to the public. Chronic illness class Thursday A free Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions Self Management Program will be held, starting Thursday, Jan. 19, at the Linn-Benton Community Col- lege Lebanon Center, 44 Industrial Way. This six-week workshop is for people with ongoing health con- ditions such as diabetes, asthma, emphysema, heart conditions, high blood pressure, MS and other chronic health conditions. 42250 Ames Creek Road Sweet Home  Mennonite Church 1266 44th Ave. PO Box 515 541-367-2848 Pastor-Pete Kanffman 9:15 am Coffee Fellowship 9:45 am Sunday School 10:45 am Morning Worship (Nursery and Children's Church) 6 pm Eve. Worship Service i I Fir Lawn I ii Lutheran Church I , Worship-lO:OOam I' ? 541-367-3642 i ZI. ...................................................... LCMS Participants will meet on Thursdays from 1 to 3:20 p.m. The workshop includes the book "Liv- ing a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions." Pre-registration is required by contacting Carole Kment at (541) 768-6070 or by e-mail at ckment@ samhealth.org. OK Club, St. June ride invite kids Jan. 20 will be the third of a series of classes for youngsters, on bike safety, riding and repair, as part of OK Kids Club held at Little Promises. The club is for all children, who must bring their own bikes and helmets. Cost is $15 per month and sessions are held from when school lets out until 5:30 p.m. on Fridays. For more information, or to sponsor a rider for the. Bike-a- Thon, scheduled for Jan. 27 to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, call (541) 367- 4350. i I CORNERSTONE [ o foursquare church [ Pastor Rick Ellingson | Y0u are welcome,:lus! as y0u are | 1234 Long St., Sweet Home 541-367-6161 | $tict: 10 a.m. Sunday ! Elm Street Baptist Church (Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America) Sunday Services: Sunday School 9:45; 11:00 am, 6 pm Prayer Meeting: Wed. 7:00 pm 1150 Elm St. Sweet Home 541-367-5883 First Baptist Church 2470 E. Main Street Pastor Danny Wyatt Open Door Church 9:30 Sunday School 10:50 Worship Sunday Eve - 6 pm 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study Sweet Home Christian Church Minister Dale Robinson 18th & Long Street, Sweet Home (541) 367-2094 shcc18th-long@centurytel.net Poets to read works at OSU Two Oregon poets will read from their recent collections as part of the Literary Northwest Reading Series on Friday, Jan. 20, begin- ning at 7:30 p.m. at Oregon State University. The reading, which is in the Journey Room of OSU's Memorial Union, is free and open to the pub- lic; a book signing will follow. Geri Doran will read from her second collection of poems, "Sand- erlings" (Tupelo Press, 2011) which was praised by poet Michael Col- lier for having an "elegant formal intelligence and a quiet, insistent, and probing imagination." Doran will be joined at the reading by Maxine Scares who will read from her recent book "Undone" (New Issues, 2011), a poetry collection called "nuanced, mysterious, inti- mate" by Dorianne Laux. Doran is the author of "Res- in," selected by Henri Cole for the Academy of American Poets' Walt Whitman Award. She teaches po- etry in the University of Oregon's St. Francis  :: [ Episcopal Church  ; 341 8th Ave. 541-367-3019 ! I ' Jo)fully Sharing our Journey in Christ" I Holy Eucharigt - 10 a.m. I St. Helen's Catholic Church 600 6th Avenue Sweet Home, OR 97386 541-367-2530 Reverend Fred J. Anthony Mass Schedule Tuesday - Friday 8:30 am Saturday Vigil: 5:30 pm Sunday Mass: 9:00 am Reconciliation: Saturday - 3:30-4:30 pm ............................ [ ...... ...................... Abiding Life Community Church 450 Oak Terrace at Hwy. 228 / 5th Ave. Sunday Service 10 A.M. All Welcome www.abidinglifecc.org .... j Sweet Home . United T Methodist J Church , I OpenHearts, "" J Open Minds, -- Open Doors 9:30 am Sunday School 11:00 am Worship Free Meal - Tue and Fri - 5:00 pm 6th & Ironwood 541-367-3073 Creative Writing Program. Scares is the author of three books of poetry including "Toluca Street" and "Black Loam." Her po- ems have been published widely and her work has received the Ag- nes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize, the Oregon Book Award for Poetry, the Lyre Prize, and a Pushcart Prize. She lives in Eugene. The Literary Northwest Series is cosponsored by the OSU Beaver Store and the OSU Department of English, and celebrates regional literary achievement. Survival class in Sweet Home Learn how to survive in the wilderness in the class "Wilder- ness Survival and Safety" offered at the LBCC Sweet Home Center this fall. This one-day class will intro- duce you to the skills that may save your life in an outdoor emergency. Topics covered include mental and physical preparation, starting a fire, creating a shelter, signaling and items you should always carry in the outdoors. Class will meet on Saturday, Jan. 21 at the LBCC Sweet Home Center. Cost for this non-credit class is $39 plus a $2 fee. Adults age 62 and above receive a 25 per- cent reduction in tuition. Reduction does not apply to fees. For more information or to register, visit the LBCC onlirte schedule at www.linnbenton.edu, or call the LBCC Lebanon Cen- ter at 541-259-5801 or the Sweet Home Center at 541-367-6901. Square dance festival Jan. 27-29 The Oregon mid-winter square dance festival will be held Jan. 27- 29 at the Linn County Expo Center in Albany. Themed "Dancin' in the Moonlight," the event will feature all levels of square dancing, round dancing and clogging, workshops, seminars, a sewing clinic, after parties, youth and singles events. Square dance caller will be Jerry Junck of Arizona; Round dance cuers will be Gert-Jan and Susie Rotscheid of Georgia; and clogging cuer will be Scotty Bilz, also of Georgia. Cost for the full three days is $40 for adults and $20 for youths, payable at the door. Spectators are welcome at no charge. For information call (541) 926-0051 or (541) 466-5536 be- fore Jan. 26. Class to teach home remodeling "Remodeling Your Home Se- ries" will be offered through LBCC Albany Community Education on Saturdays beginning Jan. 28. Learn about the process of de- signing and building your remodel- ing project, as well as the methods and benefits of green remodeling. Bring your project ideas, sketches and magazine clippings for discus- sion. Classes can be taken as a se- ries or individually. The first class in the series will be "Designing it Well" on Saturday, Jan. 28. The second class will be "Building it Right" on Saturday, Feb. 4; and the third class in the series will be "Green Remodeling" on Saturday, Feb. 11. All classes will meet from 9 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. in the LBCC North Santiam Hall building, room NSH-110, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany. Cost for the three-class series is $39 with a $2 lab fee. Cost for single classes class is $29 with a $2 lab fee. For more information, contact LBCC Albany Community Educa- tion at (541) 917-4840, or check the online schedule at www.linn- benton.edu and click on WebRun- ner schedule of classes. Meals on Wheels weekly menu Meals on Wheels, also known as Your Table or Ours, offers lunch at the Sweet Home Community Center to seniors over 60 at noon on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. The Senior Center serves a separate lunch on Wednesdays. First-time diners are invited to come in and have a free lunch to give it a try. Suggested donation is $3.50. All meals are served with milk, cof- fee or tea upon request and diabetic desserts are available on request. The lunch menu on Friday, Jan. 20, is roast turkey, or meat- loaf, with gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans and tomatoes, wheat bread and golden fruit cup. The menu for Monday, Jan. 23, is chicken tetrazzini or beef cabbage bake, herbed carrots, mari: nated vegetable salad, dill roll and applesauce. The menu for Tuesday, Jan. 24, is shaved turkey or turkey pastrami sandwich half on wheat bread, corn chowder, carrot raisin salad and pineapple tidbits. For more information, call (541) 367-8843. / VFW From page 3 The VFW is a nonprofit veterans' service organization composed of combat veterans and those who are serving on active duty. "The basic job that the VFW does is the health and welfare of veterans," Allyn said. The Order of the Cooties is a VFW organization designed to visit veterans in hospital, cheer them up and occupy their minds. The VFW organization helps veterans settle back into every-day life as best they can, Allyn said, and it also does a lot of work with injured and returning veterans, making sure they get all the help they need. Allyn has been a member of the Sweet Home VFW since 1985, he said. "1 just get a pleasure out of doing things for other people." He also belongs to the other organizations at the Vet's Club. "We have applications for all of the organizations here," Allyn said. "Talk to anybody, and we'll help decide which organization would be best." For information, contact the Vet's Club at (541) 367-4435.