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11 e i"ra- June 6, 2012 VouR COMMUNITY Page 7 Weekend activities kickoff summer Safety fair, free fishing and car show on tap Summer activities in the Sweet Home area kick off in ear- nest this weekend with a safety fair, car show and the annual free fishing derby. The Fifth Annual Jim Bean Memorial Community Safety Fair runs from 9 a.m. to noon Sat- urday, June 9, at the Sweet Home Police Services building, 1950 Main St. The free event includes a turn- in drive for prescription drugs, a bike rodeo, free bike registration, a free bike inspection, free bike helmets, free child safety seat in- spections, representatives of area police agencies, representatives of the Sweet Home Fire and Am- bulance District, free hot dogs, free drinks and much more. For more information about the event, call City Hall at (541) 367-5t28 or the Police Depart- ment at (541) 367-5181. The Foster Lake Free Fishing Event will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at the swim beach at Lewis Creek County Park. Organizers plan to release some larger trout this year, in- cluding a few over 10 pounds. There will also be even more learning stations for participants to make fish prints and learn about various elements of the outdoors. All participants must reg- ister before fishing. Fishing on the swim beach will only be al- lowed during the event and will include: [] Fishing for all kids 14 and under. [] Opportunities for each young angler to fish within a con- tained area of the lake stocked with 3,000 rainbow trout. [] Prizes for tagged fish. [] Fish Cleaning. [] Free parking. [] All fishing poles, bait, and tackle provided. Use of personal fishing poles and gear will not be allowed. The event is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife/South Santiam Hatch- ery, the Northwest Steelheaders Association (Albany Chapter), the U.S. Army Corps of Engi- neers, U.S. Forest Service, Or- egon State Police, Linn County Parks and Recreation and the Linn County Sheriff's Office. For more information or to make accommodations for dis- abled participants, contact South Santiam Fish Hatchery at (541) 367-3437. The annual Grampa Tom's Get-Together will be held at the Cedar Shack, 4102 Highway 20 Saturday morning and afternoon. The car show features ve- hicles from inside and outside Sweet Home, including numer- ous prizes to participants. Proceeds benefit the Ameri- can Legion and American Legion Auxiliary in Sweet Home. SHHS reunion organizers seeking alums, volunteers Sweet Home High School will celebrate 100 years with a July 14 reunion of all classes, from 1912 to 2012. In conjunction with Sports- man's Holiday, Sweet Home Alumni Foundation and many others are making plans for a full day of activities. In addition to the Gradd Pa- rade, the annual Working Log- ger Relay and other traditional Sportsman's Holiday events, there will be an open house at the high school, an evening program at Husky Field, where a special gift will be given to SHHS, a classic car show, quilt show, art show, a dance at the Elks Lodge, decade-specific reunions and memorabilia, and much more. Help is needed. To volun- teer, e-mail SHSD.Alumni@ sweethome.k 12.or.us. Volun- teers can be involved as much or as little as they want to be. If you did not get an invi- tation in the mail, organizers do not have your address. Please send addresses for any gradu- ates of SHHS that you know, in- cluding the year they graduated, and they will receive informa- tion about the reunion. Include maiden names where appropri- ate. E-mail addresses to Sha- ron.conner@ sweetho me.k 12. or.us or to SHSD.Alumni@ sweethome.kl2.or.us or mail them to SHAF, PO Box 83, Sweet Home, OR 97386. For more information, visit http ://www. sweethome.k 12. or.us/commun!ty/alumni.php for frequent updates on the 2012 Reunion and other news of the Sweet Home Alumni Founda- tion. i. Strickler From page 1 theft following an investigation that began on Oct. 28, 2010, when he was removed from the director's position at Sunshine Industries. The case revolved around some $16,000 in misused funds at Sunshine. The case was dismissed with- out prejudice, which means that it could be refiled if new evidence is presented. Other recent Circuit Court pro- ceedings involving local individu- als have resulted in the following: Kostanty Knurowski Former Sweet Home High School Athletic Director, teacher and varsity basketball Coach Ko- stanty Knurowski, who had been charged with five counts of third- degree sexual abuse, was arraigned on an additional count of second- degree sexual abuse on May 2 in a grand jury indictment. School District 55 dismissed Knurowski in May. Sweet Home police arrested Knurowski on April 4 after an in- vestigation beginning on March 25. The charges are in connection to activity involving a female high school junior during the 2009-10 school year. The Hew Era reminds you to THIHK LOCAL SHOP LOCAL In Sweet Home First! Miteh Allen Fowler Mitchell Allen Fowler, 20, was sentenced to 10 days in jail on May 4 in connection with a burglary at the Sweet Home Liquor Store on Feb. 19. Fowler pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary, second- degree criminal mischief and second-degree theft. A charge of minor in possession of alcohol was dismissed. Fowler was sentenced to 10 r m i m m n i m i m i m i i n ii ,CHICKEN STRIP COMBO, INCLUDES FRIES & A DRINK Expi, 6/lon2 ...... i I i'i(i IF   I i POLAR SWIRL $2.49 n REESE'SIM&MIOREOI BUTTERFINGER ,Ji U,2o: 2 sdn0000T J s42-327-s23 A, A.,.,d. ,"_, |ini|Blnniliii|ilmimiiBn| In  4 NO SUBSTITUTIONS WITH COUPON I EXPIRES 06/30/12 gl ', 7EnDI .... ', .__,.., , HAMBURGER OR D A VoCT .... ' i in i V m .... n i ....   | , CHEESEBURGER UMO , n BUY ONE REGULAR HAMBURGER OR CHEESEBOR6 m ib n Bill i i mm BIB iiiii i | with purchase of anyl l McGriddles Breakfast Sandwichll IValid only at Sweet Home, OR McDonald's@. II INot valid with any other offer, discount, coupon or II imeal. Limit one coupon per person per visit. Cash value 1f20 of ! cent. Expires, June 30, 2042 i'm Iovin' itl mm m m m mm mm mm m mm m mm m m m m m m CRISPY CHICKEN SALAD *with purchase of a drink lj ApFcC k Mon-Thursday 7am :2:30pm Frl- Sun 6am- 2:30pm I Limit I coupon per table Coupon required Expires 6/15/12 I C A F E 1333 Main Slreet, SweetHome, OR * 541-367-0433 . ............................................................  FII ""- (541) 367-5353 1323 Main Street Medium 1-Topping Pizza With purchase of any regular menu priced Extra Large Signature Pizza [!GARO Urnit 3. Expires 6/15/2012 Void with other offers. , rl&&Mk. Valid at participating locations only. ............. " ............................................... .J I- " "FE'McGidles'n , Every Thursday, a different Breakfast Sandwich! ' 1/4 lb. Beef Hamburger of equal or lesser value I I loaded with fresh ingredients. I I I I Special of the Week days in jail and 18 months proba- I B uy o 13_ e m e al, I tion. He must pay $400 in fines and 1/2 OFF :e:s: .............................................................................. 'get one i Moving? i I Breakfast, lunch or dinner I ,, Pl'astt call ,,.r ,!ir!.ll;tfion ! I o.,,. ........ ,,..,.,,,any I olher COIJ[IOIIS, discounts or sl)ecials ) "  6305 MAIN STREET (if j, dllll llt df i I SWEET HOME, OR 97386-(541) 367-1560 ] ; r1 :,I,-,' Olq : Restaurant & Sports Lounge I 99 with chips or I $1195with handcutpotatoes. ];St uuger 1207 LONG STREET 367-3040 L. J LIVE MUSIC SaaN