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~:l~e ~T~a, ~ra - September 5, 2012 Page 3 / LM N C ,LsAHY STOVES Temperatures Forecast 541-928-4986 ;ervfng Oregon Wood, Gas, since 1984 " f~ Pellet Stoves "~'~ Sales E Service swoe0, ..,,.at.on, '-.--I " 805 SE 7th www.albanystoves.com Almanac sponsored by Albany Stoves Inc. High Low Precip Aug. 28 80 51 .00 Aug. 29 80 46 .00 Aug. 30 79 43 .00 Aug. 31 81 48 .00 Sept. 1 76 41 .00 Sept. 2 77 40 .00 Sept. 3 78 40 .00 Lake Levels PreciPitation to date: 42.22 Sept. 7, 2011:33.86 Sunny. Highs in the 80s. Lows in the 50s. Weather information courtesy of the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Call 367-5132 for updated stream flow information. Foster Reservoir: 636.01 Green Peter Res.: 991.01 You open Your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. Lord is righteous in all His ways, Gracious in all His works, PSALM 145:16.17 _ - -_ - - _ _ - _ _ _ -_ - ~_ -___ -- -- Teacher training Elementary teachers from Sweet Home and other districts around Oregon work on math activities under the direction of math guru Kim Sutton of California during a workshop Aug 24. School district welcomes new teachers, staff members School District 55 has a doz- en new teachers and certified staff members this school year. They include the following: Gretchen Daugherty, Sweet Home High School, Pool Super- visor Daugherty completed her bachelor's degree at Eastern Or- egon University in June and be- gan her position as Sweet Home High School Swim Pool supervi- sor on Aug, 1. She served as a head swim coach in La Grande and taught a PE course at EOU. Elizabeth Beckett, Hol- Icy Elementary, .6 Full-Time Equivalent, Resource Room Beckett completed her bach- elor's and master's degrees at the University of Oregon. She substi- tuted in Springfield last year, and this will be her first teaching as- signment. Robert Brown, SHHS, AI- ternative Ed Brown comes to Sweet Home after seven years as a high school Resource Room teacher in Cali- fornia. He completed his mas- ter's degree at Western Oregon University. Steven Brown, SHHS, Stu- dent Behavior Management/ Athletic Director Brown received his bach- elor's degree from Azusa Pacific University and his master's from LaVerne University in California. He has more than 25 years teach- ing experience, most recently as a special education teacher in Grants Pass. Alison Epperly, District, Speech/Language Epperly comes to Sweet Home after serving four years as a speech pathologist in an Arizo- na school district and three years in a preschool. She completed her Aug. 20: Carson Nathan- iel Moss, born to Ami Olmsted of Sweet Home at Sacred Heart Medi- cal Center at RiverBend. Aug. 2: Lael Blayne Wat- and Sandi Leonard of Sweet Home. Paternal grandparents are Butch and Cindy Watkins of Sweet Home. bachelor's and master's degrees at Northern Arizona University. Chelsea Gagner, Sweet Home Junior High, Language Arts Gagner is a graduate of Sweet Home High School and received her bachelor's degree from Oregon State University in 2009. She has subbed in the dis- trict and most recently completed a long-term sub assignment in Corvallis. Rex Hoffman, Hawthorne/ Holley Elementary, Counselor Hoffman worked as a coun- selor in Central Linn School District for the past four years. He earned his bachelor's degree from Western Oregon University and his master's from Northwest Christian College. Elspeth Liermaun, Haw- thorne, 4/5 grade Liermann graduated from Western Oregon University in June. This will be her first teach- ing assignment. Kyle Moeller, Holley, 5/6 grade Moeller taught at an elemen- tary school in Valdez, Alaska, for the past five years. He received kins, born to Suzanne Elizabeth and Blayne Thomas Watkins. Lael weighed 9 pounds and was 21.5 inches long with dark brown hair and blue eyes. Mr. Watkins is a logger with Ridge Tree Logging, and his moth- er is a stay-at-home mom. They have lived in Sweet Home for 31 years. Maternal grandparents are Joe On Saturday, September 8, at 11 am a Memorial Service will be held for Deborah Karr ............. ~: 42 0 Ames Creek Rd, Sweet Hom . II his bachelor's degree from Uni- versity of Alaska. Timothy Pinson, SHHS, Resource Room Pinson completed his bach- elor's degree at Northwest Chris- tian College and is working on his master's degree at Pacific University. He served 20 years in the Oregon Air National Guard. most recently as a maintenance superintendent. Tomas Rosa, SHHS, Lan- guage Arts Rosa. an SHHS graduate. completed his bachelor's degree at Southern Oregon University and his master's degree at Uni- versity of Southern California. He has subbed in the district and just completed a long-term sub- stitute assignment in Salem. Monica Turkisher, Foster Elementary, Kindergarten job share Turkisher completed her bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of Oregon. She has nine years experience as a pre-kindergarten teacher and three years as an elementary teacher in Colorado. She will be job sharing the kindergarten posi- tion with Dawn Dalton at Foster Elementary School. Over 30 years experience Free estimates Locally owned , Tear-offs with no mess , Hand nailed, architect & 3-tab shingles , Snap-lock, Hi-rib metal & fiat roofs , All workmanship guaranteed CCB# 110950 :.. ==