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Page 12 Votl COMMIJNITV - July 25, 2012 Looking for something to do? Check out l:e -etu weekly Food & Fun Guide on page 7! CLIP ME OUT AND POST ME ON THE FRID( ,E FOR SUM/X, ER FUN IDEAS FOR YOUR KIDS! lip iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii! I m i Illl " -" ---I! - r .I UNICIP ,L I I I I I I I I COURT ill i July 5 L - ~ Lisa Rochelle Anthony, no contest, deferral revoked for failure to comply, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit, fined $190. i Brandon Lee Basham, :: guilty, deferral revoked for failure : to comply, speeding, 11-20 mph - . 'di-ri overlimit, fined$190. Frank Roy Brown, guilty by e a : cat/o. Ca. m / LINN C H RiSTbXN ACADD4Y 541-25%2324 [ASTI3 NXC H Rt STiAN Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam 190YS &G~ ~ OF T"riE GREATER SANTIAM ~Wr~g Leh~m~t & Sw~t P~.m~, "1 Download the registration form at: http://bgcgreatersantiam.org/ca mp.pdf or call us: (541) 258-7105 for Lebanon, (541) 367-6421 for Sweet Home children ages 18 & under. Now - August 24, 2012 Lunch served 11:45 am - 12:15 pm at: for all I . I I I I Sweet Home High School, 1641 Long St. Hawthorne Elementary, 3205 E. Long St. " Oak Heights Elementary, 610 Elm St. Little Promises, 28028 Pleasant Valley Rd. Breakfast 8:30-9:30 am Lunch 11:45 am -12:15 pm City Parks, Call for location: 541-367-8113 Located at 28721 Lit)er,Road, Sweet Home Call 511-367-1833 for more ilfformation. Note: there will be no service July 4th or 27th This program is made possible by the federal child nutrition program called the Summer Food I Service Program (SFSP), USDA. For more information, contact Dianna Bondeson 541-367-7149 or Judy Taylor 541-367-7113 I. ,J Charier Explore the Options: Kindergmten - 6th Grade School is a FREE PUBLIC SCHOOL Five Day School Week Small Class Size Preschool: ~ ye~ o111 ~ 4 ye~ old Klnder n Alter-Sclxool Pare G ld Care: O weeks - ~h l~le The Charter School is a college preparatory school dedicated to serving the families o four community by providing an alternative within public education. SHCS is committed to preparing students to be exemplary citizens with a lifetime love of learning through a three-pronged approach of teaching expertise, discipline, and parental involvement. The Kids Konnection section will publish once a month during the summer. This section is for you to Clip Out and Save. It will give you ideas for what to do with your kids during the summer months. Kids Konnection will be in The New Era the last week of each month -- look for it for fun summer ideas and events! t 'tde r Program ~k~iiiiiiiiiii~;/ Little Pro seS Children's PrOgrams 28028 Pleasant Valley l oad ] 541-367-4350 default, no insurance, fined $1,000; guilty by default, driving while suspended, fined $2,000; guilty by default, failure ,to carry proof of insurance, fined $1,000. Aaron Troy Gingerich, no contest, no license, fined $250. Jacob Bryan Jewell, charge dismissed, speeding, 0-10 mph over limit. Kevin Wayne Johnston, guilty by default, careless driving with accident, fined $868. Timothy Paul Nichols, charge dismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt. Robert Eugene Parkerson, charge dismissed, violation of the basic rule, 11-20 mph over limit, in construction or school zone. Tony Ray Roebuck, no contest, driving while suspended, fined $435. Guy R. Tagen, guilty, second- degree crimina! trespass, sentenced to no contact with property or resident, 12 months probation and fined $535. Timothy Allen Tate, charge dismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt. Kimberly Patricia Ann Walker, no contest, no license, fined $260. Adena Marie Zook, guilty, failure to properly use seatbelt, fined $142. June 21 Alexander Jordan Armstrong, charge dismissed, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit. Linda Ann Armstrong, guilty, driving under the influence, sentenced to 24 months probation, five days compensatory service and fined $2,033. Calvin Lee Babbit, charge dismissed,driving under the influence. Samantha Lynn Bowen, charge s dismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt and endangering a child passenger. Brooke Lynn Paige Brown, no contest, speeding, 21-30 mph over limit, fined $210. Elizabeth Lynn Brown, no contest, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit, in construction or school zone, fined $320; no contest, driving while suspended, fined $435. Todd Jeremy Clark, no contest, second-degree theft, sentenced to 24 months probation, 10 days compensatory service, no contact with Safeway, fined $495. Theda Joyce Davenport, charge dismissed, driving under the influence. Casey Glenn Davis, charge dismissed, speeding, 11-20 mph over limit. Felicia Marie Dolin, charge d.ismissed, failure to properly use seatbelt. Robin Leorah Duran, no contest, deferral revoked for failure to comply, disobeying a traffic control device with accident, fined 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 See Court, page 13