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August 30, 2017l The New Era I PAGE 11 We're A Discomt Variety Store! Sale Good hrough 9/5/17 PALL MALL FILTER CIGARETrES GOOD THROUGH 9-5-17 SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking by pregnant Woman May Result in Fetal InjuP/, premature Birth, and Low Birth Wekjht. KINGSFORD MATCH LIGHT Charcoal Briquets 11.6 Ibs bag t GOOD THROUGH 9-5-17 HIGH CARD PIPE TOBACCO Regular Menthol ;OODTHROUGH 9-~17 SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking by Pregnant V~man May Result in Fetal Injury, Premature Birth, and Low Birth ~ight. KEEBLER SOFT BATCH COOKIES 12 oz. GOOD THROUGH 9-5-17 CRISS-CROSS 100'S FILTER CIGARS Original Smooth Cherry Grape Vanilla Menthol ) CARTON GOOD THROUGH 9-5-17 by pregnant Wk~man May Result in Fetal Injury NEON DISPOSABLE LIGHTERS GOODTHROUGH9-5-17 CAMEL@ FILTER CIGARETTES Crush 99's Lt. 99's Kingbox Lt. Kingbox GOODTHROUGH 9-5-17 9 SURGEON GENERAL'S Vt~,RNING: Smoldng by Pregnant V~man May Result in Fetal Injury, Prew~dure Birth, and Low Birth Weight. GREEN THUMB@ WA P & HORNET SPRAY 17.5 oz. eaChBLACK FLAG@ ANT AN[ ROACH KILLER 7.5 oz. Lemon Scent KEEBLER ZESTA SALTINE CRACKERS ORIGINAL 160Z. LIMIT6 FRESH CUP COFFEE FIETERS-- 150 CT LIMIT 6 BIG ROLL@ GOODY@ HAIR 7 II SOFT PAPERTOWELS ACCESSORIES HAI DLE 100 2-PLY SHEETS SCI;SORS , oz. LIMIT 6 LIMIT 6 7 91LIMIT6SHAIPENER EMPIRE@ MASON JAR LIDS REGULAR MOUTH 12 CT. LIMIT 6 CHEEZ-IT@ ITS SANDWICH ACADEMIC CRACKERS COMPASS ITALIAN 4 CHEESE :: 9 6-1.480ZPACKS LIMIT 6 LIMIT6 39 New Teachers From page 2 and is a new teacher. Kelsey Harris, PE, SHHS. Harris has six years of experience, most recently in Evergreen School District in Vancouver, Wash and earned a master of arts degree from Concordia University. Julie Jefferson, first and sec- ond grade, Oak Heights. Jefferson has 12 years of experience, most re- cently as a temporary instructor in Sweet Home. She graduated from OSU with a master of arts degree. Linda Luu, second grade, Foster. Luu is a new teacher and earned a bachelor of arts degree from WOU. Sarah McNellis, language arts at Sweet Home High School. McNellis has four years teaching experience, most recently in Milton Freewater, and earned her master of arts degree from Concordia Uni- versity. Madelyn McQuilliam, fifth grade, Foster. McQuilliam earned a bachelor of arts degree from OSU and is a new teacher. Josh O'Gorman, PE, Haw- thorne. O'Gorman is a new teacher and earned a master of arts from Concordia University. Kathy Parsons, special edu- cation, SHJH. Parsons has 10 years of experience, most recently in South Lane School District in Cot- tage Grove. She earned a master of arts degree from WOU. Sarah Peterson, science, SHJH. Peterson is a new teacher. She earned a master of arts degree from OSU. Madelyn Smith, science, SHHS. Smith has one year of expe- rience, in Centinela Valley Union School District in Lawndale, Calif. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California, ~Richar~l Smithson, science, SHHS"Srnith~on has~c.hree years of experience, most recently in North Santiam School District in Stayton. He is a graduate of Western Oregon State University. Brittanie Sorensen, second grade, HoUey. Soreneen graduated from Eastern Oregon University with a master of arts degree and is a new teacher. '? Misty Triplett, special edu: cation, SHHS. Triplett earned a master of arts degree from Pacific University and is a new teacher. Daniel Youngiianguage arts, SHHS. Young is a new teacher and earned a bachelor of arts degree from Concordia. From page 10 The site work cost about $22,000, Darwood said. Doing all of the work in house will save the district $25,000 to $30,000. The project is probably the biggest of the summer season, Darwood said. ~he Maintenance Department completed a lot of interior painting throughout the district, and it has started on bond projects, completing a lot of elec- trical replacements and improve- ments, installing HVAC controls and upgrades and replacing asbes- tos tile at Oak Heights. Not a part of the bond, the crew also re-roofed the metal shop at Sweet Home High School and us- ing grant funds, added a 16-foot by 60-foot overhang for storage, Dar- wood said.