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Page 2 Vc'l Jl C'CMMt)NITV lTe  a - May 16, 2012 THL NEw ERa ON TIlE ROAD I CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page X; SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page XX Flashback OK. so this newspaper didn't go very far, but we thought it would fit th& space nicely today. Dakota Snow displays a copy of The New Era that was part of the contents of a time capsule buried by him and fellow kindergarteners at Little Promises in 2000. Now seniors at Sweet Home High School, they dug up the cap- sule last week and had a fine time looking over the loot they'd stashed there 12 years ago. For more about the time capsule, see page 8. By the way, as of this week we have run dry on actual photos of The New Era on the road. so if you've got one or are going somewhere, follow the directions at right. or e-mail R to news@ sweeth news.com. arrive. Please -T B E X |11 F I1- I DE St E HE S ||| A. T UF E TIN OL.2 2 1 3 9 7 614 T . 8 3 5 411 $ .= 428117 }  1 5 6 813  7 4 1 916 3 4 6 7 3 215 3 ; 2 1 9 518 J,  5 6 2 719 I E 9 8 4 312 IE 5 E 2 . 3 7 4 8 1 9 4 6 1 E 7 GBI It 00fm5 liP? Call (541) 367-2135 (00BITUAP.IES Florence Schlabach July 16, 1919 - May 6. 2012 Florence Jean Schlabach. 92. of Lebanon died May 6.2012. She was born on July 16. 1919 in Rainy Hills. Alberta. Canada to Luther 'Jack' and Florence (Bark- er) Martin. She graduated from Corvallis High School in 1939. In the early 40s, she graduated from the Alba- ny Beauty College and worked as a hairdresser. She married Donald Marga- son Nov. 15. 1942. in Shed& They had two children. Diana (Marga- son) Olson and Gary Margas- on. They lived in Albany and Shedd before divorcing in 1979. She mar- fled Joe Schla- bach on May 1. 1994 and they lived in Sweet Home. Mrs. Schlabach worked as a certified nursing assistant when she was in her 70s. She Is survived by her hus- band. Joe: daughter Diana of Scio; son Gary of Tigard, six grandchil- "The Real Deal" PRIMASING MOTORS SERVING THE VALLEY FOR 42 YEARS If" m m  ,.,,.  --., =,,= .,-..   'I I $ 5 Any Oil Change I I Expires 5/31/12 I I | ,OFF , Sales'=Service-Parts I All Makes & Models 8-5:30 Mon-Thurs - 8-5:00 On Fridays (541) 258-8191 1-800-225-4670 1211 lAIN ST , AT THE "Y" IN LEBANON B&G Club auction raises $200,000 dren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be held at a later date. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements Death Notices Dena Alice (Bottler-Horan) Myers, 96. of Cascadia died May 13.2012. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. For updated information, visit www. sweethomefuneral.com Deborah Anne (Ames) Prather, 47, of Sweet Home died at approximately 8:45 p.m. Mon- day, Mayl4, 2012. Funeral arrangements are pending. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrange- ments. For updated information. visit www.sweethomefuneral.com The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam's Spring Auc- tion. held May 5 at the Lebanon Elks Lodge, raised over $200,000, organizers reported last week. Some 350 people turned out for the Cinco de Mayo-themed event. "Funds raised at our Spring Auction constitute a significant portion of the operational budget fo the organization supporting after school and athletic programs for kids from grade school through high school." said Tom Oliver. president of the Club's Board of Directors. "We are able to maintain a fee of only $20/year for local kids because of the generous support of so many community members." The club has several other events coming up, including the Robbie Melcher Memorial Golf I00IRTIIS April 6: Lily Jane Garrett. bom to Shelley Elizabeth and Will E. Garrett at 5:34 p.m. Lily weighed 7 pounds 1.7 ounces and was 19 inches long with dark brown hair and blue eyes. Her mother is a homemaker. Her father owns the Radiator Sup- ply House. They have lived in Sweet Home for nine years. Maternal grandparents are Bruce Wade of Tahoe, Calif., and Brenda Wade of Sunnyvale, Calif. Paternal grandparents are Mitch and Nancy Garrett of Medford. She joins brothers Chet. 6: Zane. 3: and Reid, 22 months. AVAM E P, Celebrates National Long Term Care Week for .our whole familv Open House and Barbecue " v Thursday, May 17th - 11:30AM to 6:00 PM Door Prizes - PicMc - Facility Tour - Answers to your Questions and a Sing Along with he Twin Oaks Boys at 3:00 PM. Avamere Twin Oaks of Sweet Home 950 Nandina - 541.367.2191 Tournament on Aug. 10 and a Fall Auction in Sweet Home on Nov. 10. 2013. For additional information or to find out how to help the club. which has branches in the Lebanon area and in Sweet Home. contact Kris Latimer, executive director, at (541) 258-7105 or kris@bgcgreat- ersantiam.org. CORRECTION The article about the school funding equalization formula in the May 9 edition of The New Era contained an error. It should have stated that the State School Fund formula uses teacher experience to calculate the funding rate. Counting all schools in Sweet Home, the district has an average experience of 11.9 years, while the Sweet Home Charter School has an average experience of 3.8 years. which reduces the overill average experience. Sweet Home loses some $68,600 in the fOrmula, District 55 Business Manager Kevin Strong said. because it is required to pay the Charter School as if its teach- ers had 11.9 years of experience instead of 3.8 years. The poverty factor adjustment for charter schools is a separate is- sue. Currently, the state school fund formula assumes that a char- ter school has the same percentage of students in poverty as the entire district. This information is gathered using census data. not free and reduced lunch eligibility informa- tion. Strong suggested that the payment to the charter school for its portion of the poverty fac- tor should be calculated using the charter school's free and reduced eligibility information compared to the district-wide average to get a more accurate figure.