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Page 14 /ClJl C_CMMI JNITV :Ite ,- ra - May 30, 2012 ....... Know this woman? Linn County Sheriffs investigators have been attempting to identify the woman pictured above for the past two weeks after she was found on May 15, wandering about four miles east of Albany on Knox Butte Road. The woman had no ID and told deputies her name is Katie Walker and that she had hitchhiked from the state of Maine. Detectives have confirmed through video surveillance that she was at a Greyhound bus depot in Spokane, Wash. on May 13, boarding a bus to Portland. She is maintaining she is from Canada and Fort Kent, Maine. On May 23, a Linn County Circuit Court Judge com- mitted her to the hospital up to 180 days as a mental commitment due to her inability to care for herself or provide any information as to her identity or where she is from. The Sheriff's Office is request- ing anyone with inforniation to call the (541) 967-3950. r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiii!!iii!Fiiiill N Large Appliances ]" - New  Used Pares o Fast Repairs o 90 Day warranty on ALL ," Pickup Of Un-Wanted Appliances i, Bicycle Repair Parts Sales F P00cebook! John Smith 630 Main St 0,,,.' Lebanon, OR 97355 Ph: 541.405.5054 DeniLass Business & Tax Services ,.o. Kad Denison Lasswell, EA#g6O3/LTC#28886-C & Sheila Sneddon, EA#79392/LTC#291-C Licensed Tax Consultants I Enrolled Agents Affordobte Itidt Income Tax Preperfion. PoTrdl B(kkeeprg & Buslnes.s Se'v:ces II Soda From page 13 present its assessment of the existing condition of the planning area, solicit more ideas and identify risks and nhancements to the key benefits of the resources in the area. People may value such things are eco-resiliency, forest products, jobs, habitat for game animals, Slick said. From there, the team will begin to develop management proposals, which will be presented in August. The environmentalassessment portion of the planning will begin in October, and the proposed management plan will be released in fiscal year 2013. "It's an open slate for people to give their opinions and ideas and us to listen and try to find out what's doable," Slick said. For more information about the June 14 meetings and the Cool Soda Planning Area, contact the Ranger District at (541) 367- A hydrology map shows waterflow patterns and geological conditions in the Cool Soda area. FROM THAT(./SI-'I-IAL Kj'ENGAGEMENT RING TO EVERYDAY JEWELRY -I FREE F I I SCOOP OF I ICE CREAM I with purchase of J strawberry shortcake. I *Subject to availability I A Lebanon Tradition I 541.258.6136 940 Main Street, Lebanon, OR 97355 I Across The Street From City Hall I Limit 1 coupon per customer * Coupon required * Expires 6/20/12 L -I Strawbe00 'V Fe,;tival this week00td The 103rd Annual Lebanon Strawberry Festival runs Thursday through Sunday. The carnival and Open-Air Country Fair opens at 4 p.m. on Thursday. A karaoke contest begins at 7 p.m. Friday, the junior parade starts at 2:30 p.m. at the intersection of Second and Maple streets then north on Main Street. The carnival and Open Air Country Fair open at 3 p.m. Entertainment begins at 4 p.m. with Muti Marimba, a jazz ensemble and Cowboy Cadillac. Saturday, the Optimist Club Pancake Breakfast runs from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. in Bing's Kitchen's parking lot. A flower and quilt show runs from noon to 4:30 p.m. in the Evangelical Church Annex at Park and Ash. The Strawberry run and walk begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday Main and Vine. The Grand Parade, featuring the Rollin' Oldies car club as grand marshals, begins at 11 a.m. The Grand Parade begins at the River Center, located at the intersection of Market Street and Highway 20. It ends at the intersection" of West Rose and Main Street. The World's largest strawberry shortcake will be served at the festival site following the parade from about 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The carnival and Country Fair open at 1 p.m. Fireworks begin at dusk. Entertainment starts at 1 p.m, with Bobbilynn, followed by "Elvis" Joe, karaoke semi-finals and Fate 55. The carnival and Country fair open at noon on Sunday With entertainment beginning at 1 p.m. with Cascade Performing Arts. Karaoke finals begin at 2 p.m. The festival site is located 1.2 miles south of the River Center off Highway 20. Signs will direct traffic to the site. Parking is $5 per day at the festival site. 103rd Annual Strawberry Festival - May 31st - June 3rd Lebanon, OR www. ebanonstrawberryfest val. nfo