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Page 6 VouR COMMUNITV - February 27, 2008 way to funds Dax Jordan, left at the table, and Steve Mit- tleman, right, greet Teresa and Ralph Welch following their performance on Jan. 16. Mittleman, with Jordan opening, raised some $3,200 for Oak Heights PTC to use for playground equipment, accord- ing to organizer Kristin Adams. The event sold bout 370 tickets. At far right, Don Knight intro- duces Jordan with a few jibes of his own. iiiiii!!ii)!i!l IF YOU Ribbon Bakery CAN DREAM IT, WE CAN BAKE IT Get one of Bread Mon Fri. 8.5 FREE!!! Sat. 10-4 Sandy Cheatham, Owner 631 Main Street, Lebanon 259 - BAKE Albany Rifle and Pistol Club Free parking, Sunday passes 400 tables of guns Linn County Fairgrounds Admission $5 Saturdaty 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (541) 979-1331 Sunday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. : Large Thin Single Topping-$6.99 a Pan Crust: $8,99- TUES, / WED. / THURS, ONLY 5:30- 8:30 p:m. | I I I I Dine-In / Take-Out / Delivery, $2 Delive Charge i Awards Banquet Saturday, March 8, 2008 Social Hour: 6 p.m. Dinner and Program: 7 p.m. Theme: Green and Growing person. Fir Lawn Luthc: an 367-5620 Business Professiona Women 367-5620 Cascade Timber Consulting SOLD OUT City Of Sweet Home SOLD OUT President's Club SOLD OUT S.H.E.D.G. SOLD OUT White's Electronics SOLD OUT Weyerhaeuser SOLD OUT Rice Logging SOLD OUT Samaritan Group SOLD OUT Little Promises SOLD OUT Veterans SOLD OUT Sunshine Industries SOLD OUT Umpqua Bank SOLD OUT Melcher Logging SOLD OUT Chamber of Commerce 367-6186 The New Era 367-2135 Seamingly Creative SOLD OUT Mr. Lucky's Dell 367-3040 Sweet Home Sanitation SOLD OUT Linn Co. Federal Credit Union SOLD OUT Monday, March 3, 2008 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Opening reception at SHHS Library Enjoy hors d'oeuvres & refreshments Bid on beautiful art for your home or office Created by students & professionalartists Come in & vote for your favorite pieces (students win cash prizes) All proceeds benefit the SHHS Art Department Mrs. B's / Dining Experience Candlelight Dinners F OR RESERVATIONS 541.259.5100 LUNCH MONDAY - SATUI~DAY 11 a.m. - 4 o.m. DINNER THURSDAY SATURDAY 6 p.m. - 9 p.m 55 GRANT STREET LEBANON Want to join our Food & Fun Guide? Call Miriam, Fi,riel or CatHy for details: (541) 367-2135 Creek-side land owners wanted By Erika Lang planting streamside buffers this spring. For The New Era Landowners living near the Hoffman Do you have property along Bridge are working collaboratively Crabtree Creek? Thomas Creek? Mc- with the Council to complete a larger Dowell Creek? project spanning contiguous properties. Are you experiencing naturalIn the Thomas Creek sub-basin, we've resource challenges such as invasive met with a couple of folks. weeds (blackberry and knotweed), a A resident in the upper reach is lack of native plants and shade along exploring many projects including wet- the stream, livestock in the creek, land protection, oak woodland restora- and/or severe erosion? tion, and invasive weed control along The South Santiam Watershed the creek. And finally, we are working Council is looking for landowners with a landowner along McDowell who are interested in doing voluntary Creek to establish native plants and restoration to improve the health of enhance fish habitat by placing large these sub-watersheds. Crabtree Creek, wood in the stream. He is also enroll- Thomas Creek, and McDowell Creek ing some property in the Conservation have been identified as potentially Reserve Enhancement Program and having high quality fish habitat for fencing his cattle off of the stream to salmon and steelhead, improve water quality. Although many long-time resi- If you are interested in doing a dents remember observing more fish project, please contact us and we will than there are today, there are still fish come out for a site visit and see how using these areas, we can assist you while benefiting the Since this past summer, theCoun- watershed! We are still looking for cil has been contacted by several land- additional projects along all of these owners living alOng Crabtree Creek, tributaries, and funding is available. both near the headwaters and near the Erika Lang is Outreach Coordina- Hoffman Bridge area. tor for the Calapooia. North and South Over 500 native plants were Santiam Watershed Councils.F or more planted on a property near the headwa- information, call (541) 367-5564 or ters, and additional landowners will be e-mail wc@cent rytel.net. ~mage I Color Copies Business Cards Full Color - Glossy Thermographic (raised lettering) Reproduction Rubber Stamps The Quality & Savings You Deserve 1313 Main Street 367-2135