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Page 6 Vc tl (" .C MMI INITV ]:lTe - August 22, 2012 OUNB TOWN Guitarist to play at local winery National performing and re- cording artist David Sheehy will perform acoustic guitar music at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at Marks 42250 Ames Creek Road Sweet Home 367-5106 Sweet Home Mennonite Church 1266 44thAve. P0 Box 515 541-367-2848 Pastor-Pete Kauffman 9:15 am Coffee Fellowship 9:45 am Sunday School 10:45 am Morning Worship (Nursery and Children's Church) 6 pm Eve. Worship Service ,Sweet Home United Methodist i C h u r c h ~.~: IOpen Hearts, ~ I Open Minds, "~ I,Open Doors I A Reconciling Congregation 4:00 pm Worship ~5:30 pm Sunday School Free Meal - Tue, Wed & Fri - 5:00 pm & Ironwood 541-367-3073 NewHo rellowshi W P Pentecostal Church of God : 9:30 a~ Sunday~ch~oi Tues, iii Ladi eetin ! Wed. 7:~ pm: Bib e S~0dy 6"~O ~h Avenue 57+I-~67-79+9 Key. Jo9 5uilenger, pastor Ridge Winery, 29255 Berlin Road. Sheehy's repertoire includes some 400 songs, ranging from Rolling Stones hits to Sugarland or Death Cab for Cutie, as well as many written by himself. Bring a picnic dinner and ar- rive early to enjoy one of the bev- erages offered by Marks Ridge. Tickets are $10 each. Children 12 to 20 are $5 and those under 12 are free, welcome with parental per- mission. Concerts are held outside on the stone patio unless weather does not permit. For more information, call (541) 367-3292 or visit www. marksridge.com. at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28~ in front of Key Bank. Bring your tools and come prepared to plant and weed. Volunteers may enter a draw- ing held each month for a free lunch at a Sweet Home restaurant. For more information, contact Arlene at (541) 367-9100. Can drive for Comedy night SAFE next week at Veterans Club ir~CORNER.~TON E The 2013 Senior Alcohol Free l! Sweet Home Veterans Club Entertainment organizing commit- I ~ ~ f o u r s q u o r e h u r h [ will present a Night of Comedy tee will hold a citywide can and l Pastor Rick Ellingson[ I You are welcome, jus! as you are,featuring Joe Stoddard and Susan bottle drive Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at Cof- I 1234 Long St:, 5weetHome 541-567-6161,Rice at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at fee Hut on Highway 20 in Sweet Services 10 a.m. Sunday . 580 Main St. Home. Stoddard has performed forCans and bottles may be Elm Street Baptist Church (Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America) Sunday Services: Sunday School 9:45; 11:00 am Worship Prayer Meeting: Sunday 6:00 pm 1150 Elm St. Sweet Home 541-367-5883 First Baptist Church 2470 E. Main Street Pastor Danny Wyatt Open Door Church 9:30 Sunday School 10:50 Worship Sunday Eve - 6 pm 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study P sweet Home Christian Church Minister Dale Robinson 18th & Long Street, Sweet Home (541} 367-2094 shCcl 8th-long@centurytel.net : ~ BE ~'I-IE L LUTHERAN CHURCH more than 20 years with such groups such as the Beach Boys, Ricky Nelson, The Oak Ridge Boys, Rich Little, Loretta Lynn, Pat Boone, Jim Stafford, Mickey Gilley and Jan & Dean. Rice, of Portland, has been performing for 30 years and is known for down- to-earth, conversational humor that focuses on everyday experiences and her ability to bring it to life. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. All seats are pre- ferred. For tickets, call (541) 367- 4435. Bowling for CASA Saturday Court Appointed Special Ad- vocates of Linn County will hold a Family Bowling Night from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at Linn Lanes Bowling Center, 2250 S. Main Road, Lebanon. The event includes prizes, a silent auction and a raffle. Tickets are $15 each and can be purchased from CASA at (541) 926-2651. For more information, visit www. linncasa.org. Family gospel group to perform The Bost Family will perform at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 26, at the Sweet Home Church of the Nazarene, 415 Holley Road. The Bosts, of Bisbee, Ariz blend western-style harmonies with Appalachian/bluegrass instru- mentation as they present a gospel message through traditional hymns and more contemporary south- em gospel/cowboy ballads. They have performed at more than 1,000 stops around the country, includ- ing Branson, Mo where they are regulars at Silver Dollar City, as well as at Riley's Farm in Southern California. They have been named the Bluegrass Band of the Year three times by theCountry Gospel Mu- sic Association (West) of Branson. To sample their music, visit www.reverbnation.com/bostfami- dropped off any time during the weekend. Pickup is available on Sept. 2 by messaging Wendi Melcher at (541) 409-4813 or Mi- chelle Keene at (541) 409-1008 or contacting them by Facebook. Humane society dog class offered A new sport class for dogs gets underway at SafeHaven Humane Society on Sept. 4. Introduction to K9 Nose Work is designed to encourage and re- ward dogs for using their natural scenting ability. This activity is an excellent confidence builder for shy or fear- ful dogs, and a rewarding experi- ence for reactive dogs. This class is held indoors and each dog works individually. No obedience or other skills are required. According to Sharon Gakstat- ter, head of behavior and training at SafeHaven, "If you have a dog that spends the entire length of your daily walks with his nose to the ground, he can find a crumb of food in your pocket, or you just don't take your dog in public for fear of embarrassment at his lack of obedience skills, this is the class for you. This correction-free course will allow you and your dog to learn skills without reprimand." Dogs of any breed, size, age, or experience are welcome. The class is led by trainer Jean Richardson, who has competed in Obedience, Rally, Agility, Herding, Tracking and Conformation before training to become a Certified Nose Work Instructor. Cost for the six-week session is $95. To register for the course, visit www.safehavenhumane.org and se- lect the Pet Training tab or contact sharon@ safehavenhumane.com. All class fees support Safe- Haven Humane Society, a private non-profit organization that has been serving Linn County and sur- rounding communities for more than 35 years. lytraditions. Main St. median work helpneeded Volunteers are needed to help with upkeep of the Main Street me- dian strip and other Sweet Home Beautification plantings. The next work party begins LCMS All Welcome! Church: 541-367-4838 Home: 541-259-2820 9:O0 Bible Study 10:30 Divine Worship 7:00 Bible Study,Thursday 2590 Long St Sweet Home Reverend Fred J. Anthony Mass Schedule Tuesday - Friday 8:30 am Saturday Vigil: 5:30 pm Sunday Mass: 9:00 am Reconciliation: Saturday - 3:30-4:30 pm Attend The Church of Your Choice! SLCH offers free class on diabetes The SLCH Diabetes Edu- cation team will begin the next free Diabetes Prevention class on Monday, Sept. 10, from 8 to 9 a.m in partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The weekly class will run for 12 Mondays, concluding on Monday, Nov. 26. Topics will include weight loss, healthy eating and exercise, as well as other lifestyle changes that will help participants avoid a diagnosis of diabetes. In addition, the SLCH Dia- betes Education team will start a monthly support group with cooking demonstrations for any- one diagnosed with pro-diabetes, or similar condition. The classes will be held the first Monday of every month - unless the first Monday is a holiday. The first group meeting will be Monday, Sept. 10, from 11 a.m. to noon at the hospital. Cost for the support group is $5 per person, and pro-registration is required. Participants are encour- aged to complete the Diabetes Prevention class first, but it's not required. To register, either for the Dia- betes Prevention class or support group, call (541 ) 451-6313. Meals on Wheels weekly menu Meals on Wheels, also known as Your Table or Ours, offers lunc0h at the Sweet Home Com- munity Center to seniors over 60 at noon on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. The Senior Center serves a separate lunch on Wednesdays. First-time diners are invited to come in and have a free lunch to give it a try. Suggested donation is $3.50. All meals are served with milk, coffee or tea upon request and diabetic desserts are available on request. The lunch menu on Friday, Aug. 24, is baked chicken su- preme or chli meatballs, Lyon- naise potatoes, peas and onions, cracked wheat bread and mixed fruit. The menu for Mondayl Aug. 27, is turkey chop suey with rice or diced beef with pasta, broc- coli cuts, four bean salad, French bread and pears. The menu for Tuesday, Aug. 28, is white chili with chicken or macaroni and cheese, cut green beans, tossed salad, wheat bread and fresh orange. For more information, call (541) 367-8843. To submit information about an upcoming event for inclusion in /~ROUNb TOWN, send an e-mail or letter that includes the five W's (What's happening, when it's happening, where, why, and who's in- volved) and the H (how much). Events that are free or are non-profit will get first priority. Remember that the newspaper is delivered on Wednesday& so time submissions accordingly. The deadline for sub- missions is noon on the Thursday prior to publication. Send your information to news@sweethomenews.com or mail it to Editor, The New Era, P.O. Box 39, Sweet Home, OR 97386. You are welcome to call to make sure your information has arrived, but it must be submit- ted in writing.