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l T r. - March 28, 2012 Page 3 LINC THE ILLUSTRATED BIBLE .,t00lff rl&apos;OVl00 i,=. Temperatures Forecast 541-928-4986 rn Ore Wood, Gas, s,'+o  m+ Pellet Stoves Sales 8: Service Sweeps Installations Inspections Almanac sponsored by Albany Stoves Inc. High Low Precip March 20 41 39 .40 March 21 37 29 1.35 March 22 38 29 2.13 March 23 50 28 .33 March 24 57 44 .00 March 25 65 39 .00 March 26 50 33 .20 Lake Levels Precipitation to date: 25.16 March 30, 2011:18.13 Showers and rain. Highs in the low 50s. Lows in the mid 40s. .Weather information courtesy of the U.S. Corps of Engineers Call 367-5132 for updated stream flow information. Foster Reservoir: 626.93 Green Peter Res.: 988.86 When you reap your harvest in your field, and forget a sheaf in the field, you shall not go back to get it; it shall be for the stranger, ' the fatherless, and the widow,  L ..... that the Lord your God may bless you m all the work of your hands. ,:':,,' +?+C+ DEUTERONOMY 24:19 Detail from Ruth G/eaninq by R, f. Bab;++k VOuR COMMUNITV / Moves From page 1 Everybody, including New- port, who owns the new Periwinkle location, and the neighbors, is on board, she said. "To see everybody getting excited about the vision is encouraging." Hawkins decided to move af- ter Newport came by as a customer, she said. He asked why she hadn't finished remodeling her store. She told him the owner of the building had been considering selling. At the same time, American Family Video was looking at mov- ing to increase its available space, Hawkins said. Soon, the businesses worked out a plan to move, a win- win for everyone involved. "I'm thinking of it as the great Sweet Home shift," Hawkins said. "It's going to fit the paradigm of what we're trying to get in this area." The new shop has a wooden floor left over from Trash to Trea- sure, which moved to the old Home Town Drug building a couple of years ago. It will include 19th- century furniture left over from Newport's planned shop and from a consignment seller from Lebanon. The exterior of the building, called the Fallon Building, which in recent years has been the home of McCammon's Furniture and prior to that, Crescent Video, will receive a makeover in keeping with the designs produced through the Commercial Exterior Improvement Program. The CEIP program, funded by Oregon Jamboree dollars through the Sweet Home Economic Devel- opment Group and Sweet" Home Active Revitalization Effort, will help pay for the exterior improve- ments. Economic Development Di- rector Brian Hoffman, who admin- isters the improvement program, has contributed a lot of details, Hawkins said. They were details she wouldn't have seen on her own, and she has enjoyed working with the CEIP designer. Community support has been great, Hawkins said. "Community members are willing to help us move, so it's just been really excit- ing." Periwinkle ProVisions sells natural foods and supplements, Hawkins said. She is a nutritional therapy practitioner and herbalist. She has the largest supply of bulk items in the valley, with more than 650 sold out of her store. Judy's Gallery, which has been at 1235 Main St. since June, will move to 1227 Main St. Owner Judy Dean is hoping to be moved by the beginning of April, but she is waiting for the previous business to finish moving out. The new location is more than twice the size and costs less, said her husband, Dennis Dean. The existing gallery location is covered in cedar, and she has an allergy to it, she said. They're plan- ning to remodel the new location. But Dennis Dean said it will probably take a year to get the re- model finished. The business provides fram- ing, matting, a gallery, art supplies, glass and glass supplies, and Judy Dean teaches art classes in numer- ous types of media. She has wanted to work with / Deaths From page 2 Barbara SherriH Aug. 9, 1945 - March 21, 2012 Barbara "Lynne Lee" Sherrill, 66, of Sweet Home died March 21, 2012. She was born Aug. 9, 1945 in Elyria, Ohio to Charles Richard and Betty Jane (Orvis) Sherrill. She lived in Fort Knox, Ky. and Sylmar, Calif. before coming to Sweet Home in 1991. Mrs. Sherrill was a hydraulic systems tech inspector and was a former business and property own- er in Foster. She enjoyed riding her Har- ley Davidsons and loved spending time on the river with her grand- children. She is survived by her sons, Joseph and daughter-in-law Judith Gamache of Sierra Vista, Ariz., Christopher and daughter-in-law Jamie Lynn Rooney of Sweet Home; brother John and sister- in-law Pam Sherrill of Borrego Photo by Sean C. Morgan Judy Dean shares some of her artwork, including a painting and cast horse's head, inside her store, Judy's Gal- lery. She will soon move three doors down the block on Main Street. leather, and after this move she'll have the necessary equipment. "Most of this is on hold until we get moved because there's just not enough room," she said. "My students just can't wait to get out of that little room." American Family Video will take possession of the existing Periwinkle site after the move, said Kathi Benson, owner. They will begin painting and preparing the new location then, and they plan to move by the first of May. She said she and her husband, Doug Benson, will provide more details as they get closer to mov- ing. Springs, Calif.; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a brother, Patrick Sherrill, and her parents. Sweet Home Funeral Cha- pel is handling arrangements. For updated information, visit www. sweethomefuneral.com. l| ,,, ,,i ...... IIII  ,, r++,,,.J, m llllP]t iit'ttl"']ll 1 i i i = IIIIL"t i ,+ I :Hi Illllllllllllil "3 r" I }remium CIA Ser',+ices at Loxv Hourly Rates. I Special rates for Seniors. Military and I ,o',,v Income {:al'oilies. I I FREE 30 MINUTE CONSULTATION i I Come See How Much I Can Save You# I i t. ()R # 1 {)784 I pa_.=v for refe'rrals-a<kfor dt,tttil,. WA ,t l (}22 l.a SHEDG Economic Director Brian Hoffman said he believes business owners are looking to upgrade, to create "critical mass" from a business standpoint. "I think it's people looking for better locations for a better image for their businesses, to market their products," he said. "If done correctly, they should be able to complement one another, so if someone who goes to Trash to Treasure would also want to go to Oregon Prospecting and Periwin- kle Provision. Ultimately, if we can infill around those, we Can create a greater desire for people to look at a more viable shopping experience. "I think business owners are just having fun," he said. "I really do." RECENT ARRIVALS Jersey Knight. Asparagus Roots Blueberry Plants Seed Potatoes Including 5 Varieties Of Fingerlings LNS +++++:++++++Bookkeeping & Tax Preparation Service Have your Prep Fee held out of your Refund! i Check out my Competitive Pti+es. Come by for a FREE estimate! lestomer servi+e ++++.t++ I www.lnsbookkeepingtaxprep.com I Earn ExtraCash I Find us on Facebook. ........................ .................... my Ne I Katrina Long m + Referr+l++Ceup++m++ I Enrolled Agent License #79677 "CALL FOR DETAILS! " Licensed Tax Consultant License #71878C it- 1 1 m 1in i Ill