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Page 12 VC~t Jl~ ('~-~MM~INITV l/e " ra - Au,qust 8, 2012 .ock concert in park, poker run up next for Sweet Home By Sean C. Morgan formerly of Sweet Home. All four Of The New Era members of Christian act Todayis- The country music is done, and Now are from Sweet Home. now it's time for a little local rock "That's the thing," said Psycho- 'n' roll and motorcycle fun. stock volunteerAndrea Culy. "That's Psychostock Three starts at 10 the whole purpose - to give bands a.m. Saturday at Sankey Park. It like these a chance to play in Sweet features eight bands, who will wrap Home. These are our kids too. things up at 8 p.m. "Some people are not country Sweet Home Choppers also has music fans. It gives them something its 90-mile Fifth Annual Motorcycle different and edgier, and it's not all Poker Run scheduled for 10 a.m. metal." Saturday. The poker run will benefit Admission to the festival is Sunshine lndustries, which is raising free, Culy said, and vendors can money to construct a new facility on set up for free. They just need to Clark Mill Road. bring their own tables. Concertgoers Bands performing at Psychos- should bring a picnic lunch. tack include The Berated, Caducus, This year, Psychostock organiz- Crimson Guardian, Laser Lighters, for the first time, have gathered Shotgun, Brudos, Funkle Ted, To- 15 local sponsors to help pay for dayisNow and Brallix. full-sized posters, she said, and she Brudos and Brallix are new towanted to extend their appreciation the event, to the sponsors. Brudos has been playing shows"It doesn't cost anything to do with Cadacus and The Berated,this event," Culy said. The sponsors most of whose members are from are simply helping get the word out. Sweet Home. Brudos recently re- Jobe Woosley and Jeff Faulcon- corded a CD in Sweet Home with er, guitar players with Caducus, are John Pelcher of The Berated and planning to participate in the poker Caducus. run, Culy said, then they'll head to Laser Light Show and Funkle Sankey Park to perform. Ted share a bass player, Chad Miner, The poker run starts off at Sweet Home Choppers, 4639 Hwy. 20 and The low hand wins $100. The All motorcycles are welcome. then runs through Gridiron Sports high hand wins $200. For more information, call Bar in Harrrisburg, Dixie Creek Participants can win raffle priz- (541) 367-8866 or stop by Sweet Saloon in Tangent, the Brownsville es, including a 50-50 drawing. There Home Choppers. Saloon and a mystery stop. will be a barbecue at the last stop. Photo by Sean C. Morgan Jackson Michelson, left, is joined by Neal McCoy bassist Me Lavone, middle, and guitarist Nick Scallorn during his show on the new Veterans Club stage. Michelson played a Jamboree after party there Saturday night. The club will host a comedy night on Aug. 25. Shop Sweet Home First - Visit These Fine Local Businesses HAVE YOU il i 3 'YdU a+er ellEast$idec'E"lec llnc'lJll II "Oakw dll Where Friends Gather,|1 . MADE YOUR II,er 0w.o, o, AII phasesofresidential ' - ElectI']C COMMUNITY COLLEGE P n " w"" 1256-B Ilaln Wl LL? !1 "ac " o d commerc.al ,r, ng Si llmlm Sweet Home Center '' "'' " I I IV, Y urba er$1yli"lWelcomesWalk'lns 11 IPRI:IPlLgTIMIITIP. !1.4oe-lo26 il lir.]lllr ' laT JiJ, lizr r-Ji| I Men, Women, ChildrenJSeY0urBest ~ ~ I, 1661 Long St. iiiiiiIiiiil I lo 3L ngSt SweetH me II Office: c5,1),1, " ll[ J;L. w .', il t,~ Tues.-Fri. 9am-5:30pm |1 Call Mark Mulholland in !1 nwr u.Mt " e,1 8:30am-9:3OpmMon/"rhurs, Closed Friday 1275 Main St Sweet HomeII '""'":" il SweetHome llBobWood : !1 LoealClasses I Craig Fentiman' Agent -- - = - - me I Commerctal COMMHNITY Cr LLW:t= I M in St Sweet I-Io I FREE INVESTMENT REVIEWS. ? LBCC - Sweet Home Center serves the continuing education needs of our local community-Sweet Home, Halsey, Brownsville, and Foster-providing quality instruction for young adults just out of high school, persons searching for a change in career, persons wanting to enter the work force for the first time, arts and crafts enthusiasts and senior citizens. A career counselor is available at the Center by appointment to discuss life/career planning, college admission procedures, financial aid and class scheduling. The Sweet Home office also serves as an information and registration center for LBCC programs and classes in Albany, Lebanon, and Corvallis. ABE/GED classes are available free of charge. Center hours are 8:30 am to 9:30 pm Monday through Thursday, 541-367-6901. Theresa A Grimes Financial Advisor 1195 Main Street Suite 1 Sweet Home, OR 97386 541-367-5155 WWW, edwardjone$.com Member SIPC [e/ [e,h'{elej Joel Keesecker 1195 Main Street, Sweet Home PLUMBING FLOYD NEUSCHWANDER - OWNER FROM SWEET HOME New Construction Remodels Repairs Service Water Heaters Edward ones Liberty Rock Products Inc. Steven L Hanscam, CPA -Family owned & operated since 1952- TAX & ACCOUNTING SERVICES FINANCIAL PLANNING 1331 Main Street, Sweet Home 6 seen by thousands of local residents and potential customersi What are you waiting for? CailUsHow!