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Page 6 Vctm (.IIUNITV lle fi ra - February I, 2012 /3,ROUND TOWN LBCC children's play opening Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Feb. 1, for the Linn-Benton Com- munity College theater department's Children's Theater production of the shadow puppet play "Wiley and the Hairy Man" at the LBCC Russell Tripp Performance Center, 6500 Pa- cific Blvd. SW, Albany. "Wiley and the Hairy Man" is an American Southem folk tale that originated as an oral tradition amongst African slaves. The play is about a young boy, Wiley, who must go out into the swamp to build a hound house for his dog, but is afraid that the Hairy Man is lurking nearby. The boy learns how to over- come his problems and his fear. The production will employ shadow puppetry. School performances begin Tuesday, Feb. 7 and run through March 1. Two public performances will be held on Saturday, Feb. 18, and Saturday, Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. Tickets for public performances are $9 for adults, $7 for students and seniors COMMUNITY CHAPEL i ; at 8:30 & 10:30am Children's ministries for ages birth-6th grade 42250 Ames Creek Road Sweet Home. 367-5106 Sweet Home  Mennonite Church 1266 44th Ave. PO Box 515 541-367-2848 Pastor-Pete Kauffman 9:15 am Coffee Fellowship 9:45 am Sunday School 10:45 am Moming Worship (Nursery and Children's Church) 6 pm Eve. Worship Service Fir Lawn Lutheran Church :i,,:' 109W Holley Rd. , Worship-lO:OOam aged 60 and over, and $5 for chil- dren under 18 when accompanied by an adult. Tickets for public performances can be purchased online for no fee, at the Russell Tripp Performance Center Box Office, and at the door beginning two hours prior to perfor- mance. For more information, contact the LBCC theater box office at (541) 917-4531. Spring sports sign-ups by Feb. 3 The deadline to register for spring sports at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam is 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3. Both the Sweet Home and Leb- anon clubs will offer indoor soccer and track. Lebanon will also offer a spring volleyball league. The cost of the sports will vary depending on sport and level. All players must have a current 2011-12 club mem- bership, which is $20. All late registrations will be added to a waiting list. You may also register for baseball or soft- ! .... four,,qu,re ChurCh i Pastor Rick EUingson [ You are welcome, lus! as you are [ 1234 Long St., Sweet Home 541-367-6161 | ........................ .c: !0 a.m.nd/. ......................... I Elm Street Baptist Church (Association of Reforraed 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 541-307-5803 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 ball at this time. Quality commu- nity members are being sought to coach teams and local businesses are needed to sponsor teams. Spon- sors' names will be printed on shirts and schedules, and sponsors will receive a picture plaque to hang in their business. For more information on sign-ups, sponsoring or coaching a team, contact the club at (541) 367-6421. Genealogist to discuss Quakers Linn Genealogical Society will meet at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Albany Public Library, 2450 14th Ave. SE. Joanne Skelton of Cottage Grove, who grew up in the Halsey area and is descended from two Or- egon Donation Land Claim holders in Linn County, will speak on "Re- searching Your Quaker Lines." Skelton has done extensive research in the Quaker records and will discuss how to determine if you have a Quaker line to begin with, the history and beliefs of the Helen's Cu00holic 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 A I Sweet Home United  Methodist ;i. 1 Choreh Open Hearts, ;'1 Open Uinds,  Open Doors 9:30 am Sunday School 11:00 am Worship Free Meal - Tue and Fri - 5:00 pm 6th & Ironwood 541-367-3073 Quaker religion, where to find re- cords, and potential problems in understanding what you find. For example, did you know at one time Quakers discouraged the use of headstones? For more information call (541) 791-1618 or visit www.lg- soregon.org. Library movie, reading Feb. 6 The Sweet Home Public Li- brary is offering story hour and then a free movie on Monday, Feb, 6. Family Story Hour will fea- ture "The Indian in the Cupboard," by Lynn Reid Banks, beginning at 4 p.m. on Feb. 6 at the library. Here's a story synopsis: "What could be better than a magic cup- board that turns small toys into liv- ing creatures? Omri's big brother has no birthday present for him, so he gives Omri an old medicine cabinet he's found. Although their mother supplies a key, the cabinet still doesn't seem like much of a present. But when an exhausted Omri dumps a plastic toy Indian into the cabinet just before falling asleep, the magic begins. Turn the key once and the toy comes alive; turn it a second time and it's an ac- tion figure again." At 6 p.m., the library is screen- ing "The Help." The movie is an adaptation of the number-one New York Times bestseller by Kathryn Stockett. For more information, call the library at (541) 367-5007. LBCC College Night Monday Are you thinking about col- lege or looking to improve your job skills? Plan to attend College Night at Linn-Benton Community College on Monday, Feb. 6 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the Albany campus, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW. A showcase featuring theater, music, physical science and short- term training programs will be pre- sented from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Forum building, room F-104. Campus tours will be offered from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Visit with faculty advisors to learn about LBCC programs and to explore your career options. Learn about how to finance your college career and how you can earn college credits while still in high school. Information on LBCC's de- gree partnership programs with Oregon State University and Ore- gon Institute of Technology will be available. Learn about special admissions programs and meet cur- rent LBCC students. College Night is free and open to the public. Register on line at www.linnbenton.edu/go/college- night, or call the LBCC Admis- sions Office at (541) 917-4847. Foster Dam Road closure on Feb. 7 The U.S. Army Corps of Engi- neers will close Foster Dam Road from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7. A boom truck will block the road while the pole lighting on top of the dam is changed. For more information, contact the Corps at (541)942-5631. Chamber forum focus is facades The Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce will hold a Breakfast Forum at 8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 10, at All-Star Pizza, at the comer of 12th Avenue and Long Street. The topic will be the Com- mercial Exterior Improvement Program, presented by the SHARE Planning Committee, which awards grants to local business and proper- ty owners for facade improvements and other visual improvements to downtown buildings. Cost for the continental break- fast, which will feature treats pro- vided by Mr. Lficky's Dell, is $10 for those RSVP-ing by Feb. 8, or $12 at the door. For more information, contact Brian Hoffman at (541) 367-3061. 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, Feb. 3, is meatloaf or turkey pastra- mi sandwich half on wheat bread, chicken vegetable soup, lime per- fection salad and peaches. The menu for Monday, Feb. 6, is cowboy campfire stew or broc- coli cheese strata, cut green beans, spinach Romaine salad, cornmeal roll and fresh orange. The menu for Tuesday, Feb. 7, is chicken or tuna salad sandwich half on wheat bread, minestrone soup, marinated vegetable salad and applesauce. For more information, call (541) 367-8843. To submit information about an upcoming event for inclusion in /ROUND TOWN, send an e-mail or letter that includes the five W's (What's happening, when it's happening, where, why, and who's in- volved) and the H (how much). Events that are free or are non-profit will get first priority. Remember that the newspaper is delivered on Wednesdays, so time submissions accordingly. The deadline for sub- missions is noon on the Thursday prior to publication. Send your information to news@sweethomenews.com or mail it to Editor, The New Era, P.O. Box 39, Sweet Home, OR 97386. You are welcome to call to make sure your information has arrived, but it must be submit- ted in writing.