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:1 ee, ra - June 20, 2012 Page 3 /LMaNC THE II_LUSTRATED BtBI. E ,LeAItf STOVES Im. Almanac sponsored by Albany Stoves Inc. Tem )eratures Forecast 541-928-4986 ,.,o0. woo.s, Sunny and partly cloudy with "-'" a ,,,et stow, showers over the weekend. SalesaServlce Highs in the 70s. Lows in the Sweeps Installations 50S. Inspections Weather information courtesy of the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Call 3i7-5132 for updated stream flow information. High Low Precip June 12 77 56 .00 June13 77 53 .25 June 14 68 45 .00 June 15 78 38 .00 June 16 78 43 .00 June17 85 50 .00 June18 77 50 .02 Lake Levels Precipitation to date: 40.24 June 22, 2011:31.49 Foster Reservoir: 635.48 Green Peter: 1,009.63 Recompense to no man evil for evil Provide things honest in the sight of aU men. ROA'N512:17 oooooooo00oo VouR COMMUNITY Geils celebrate 74 years together Vernon and Mildred Geil celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary June 14. They were married in Prineville, Oregon in 1938. They have made their home in Sweet Home and raised six children. Vernon owned Sweet Home Veneer, Mid Plywood and other mills. He also started Evergreen Helicopters. Mildred is a homemaker and constant help to her husband and family. Alex Brown, Amanda Basham to wed Alex Brown and Amanda Basham are planning to wed July 7 in Lebanon. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mike and Lisa Basham of Sweet Home. She is a 2008 graduate of Sweet Home High School and earned her bachelor's degree this year in exer- cise and sport science at Oregon State University. She works as a performance spe- cialist for Core Performance in Hills- boro. " The prospective bridegroom is the son of Rick and Judie Hindmarsh of Sweet Home. He is a 2006 graduate of SHHS and a 2012 graduate of OSU with a B.S. in industrial engineering. He is employed as a manufactur- ing engineer for Blount International in Portland. Amanda Basham and Alex Brown Blake Keesecker and Tami Zucker Blake Keesecker to marry Tami Zucker Blake Joel Keesecker, son of Joel and Nancy Keesecker of Sweet Home, and Tami Lynn Zucker, daughter of Leonard and Sharon Zucker of Scio, are engaged to be married Sept. 8. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Sweet Home High School in 2003, and Oregon State University in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in business. He is employed by Unified Insurance Group. The bride-to-be graduated from Lebanon High School in 2002, and Linn-Benton Community College in 2008. She works as a registered nurse at Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital, and is currently at- tending Linfield College to obtain her bachelor's of science in nursing. The couple plan to reside in Sweet Home following a honeymoon in Kona, Hawaii. I Calhoon, RPH ECONOMY DRUGS Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. iiiiiiiiili i!ilii iiiii Former SH students receive medical scholarship awards The Lebanon Community Hos- pital Foundation, Girod Scholarship Committee, Easton Scholarship Committee and Dinges Scholarship Committee are pleased to announce five winners of their scholarships for 2012. The Girod Committee gave three scholarships this year for a to- tal of $12,000 to: Nicholas Blake, formerly of Sweet Home, son of Zsuzsa and Dr. Alan Blake, in his third year at Or- egon Health & Science University (OHSU); Bradley Buchheit, formerly of Lebanon, son of Kevin and Lisa Buchheit, in his second year at State University of New York at Buffalo Medical School; Ericka Snow, formerly of Lebanon, daughter of Billy and Bar- bara Snow, in her first year at Roch- ester School of Medicine and Den- tistry in New York. Dr. Frank Girod was one of the founding members of Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital. The family of the late Rachel Easton, a longtime nurse at Samari- tan's Park Street Clinic, awards the Rachel Easton, RN Scholarship each year in her honor to an east Linn County area student enrolled in a nursing program. This year's schol- arship went-to Leslie Edwards, for- merly of Lebanon, a nursing student at OHSU. John and Carol Dinges of Lebanon award the Dinges Medical Scholarship every year to a gradu- ate of a high school in east Linn County who is currently enrolled in an entry-level health career program at Linn-Benton Community College (LBCC). This year, the award went to Whitley Garber of Lebanon, for her nursing studies at LBCC. DO YOU?