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;he ee, - September 5, 2012 VouR COMMUNITY Page 7 "- Auct~'oneer Paul Thompson, right, sells the services of Tom Miller at the Sweet Home VFW Women's A~xiliary's SLAVE Auction Aug. 18." Photos courtesy of Nancy Patton Slave Auction Ashley Stewart Patton and son Tyson wait to bid at the SLAVE (Some Laborers Are VFW Energ, ized), Auction, which raised $755 for the Sweet Home VFW and Women's VFW Auxiliary. Services on the block included handyman and yard work, food service, mo- torcycle service, cleaning, bartending, computer ser- vice and more offered by Duane Davis, Michael Hall, Sweet Home Choppers, Theresa Brown, Monique and Abe deJonge, Deborah Barrett, Cathereine and Den- nis Lindsay, Liz Brown, Stan Gray, Larry, Nancy and Ashley Patton, Milton P. Farley, Dawn Marie Rogers, Jeremy Victor and Tom Miller. The next fund-raiser planned for the Sweet Home VFW Club is the Shoits and Boots~Leather and Lace Contest scheduled for Sept. 22. For details contact Nancy Patton at (541) 409-4276 or call the VFW Club at (541) 367-4435. From page 6 cy at (541) 259-1396. Over the River tour sign-ups The "Over the Rivers-Through the Woods" Scenic Byway toug WilF be held Sept. 20. The tour will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting at the Senior Cen- ter parking lot in Sweet Home, 880 l 8th Avenue. Transportation is provided. The tour will include a series of ter and a lunch and come prepared on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fri- easy hikes at several locations, for hiking and the weather condi- days. Tony Farque will lead the hikes tions: Recommended gearincludes The Senior Center serves a and will talk about the area's cul- hiking boots, walking stick, hat, separate lunch onWednesdays. tural history as well as native flora waterproof jacket, sunglasses, sun- First-time diners are invited to and fauna, screen, insect repellent, small first come in and have a free lunch to Registration is required and aid kit, any required medications, give it a try. the tour typically fills up quickly, bee or hornet sting kit (if allergic), Suggested donation is $3.50. To register, call Sweet Home hand wipes, and a camera. All meals are served with milk, Ranger District at (541) 367-5168. coffee or tea upon request and The fee for the day hike is $10 per diabetic desserts are available on person or$5 with Golden Age and Meals on Wheels request. ........ ! Access Passports and Interagencykly The lunch menu on Friday, Senior and Access Passes. Can- wee menu Sept. 7, is shaved turkey or turkey celations must be made at least two Meals on Wheels, also known pastrami sandwich half on wheat weeks prior to the date of the hike as Your Table or Ours, offers lunch bread, lentil soup, marinated zuc- to receive a refund, at the Sweet Home Community chini salad and chocolate chip bar: Participants need to bring wa- Center to seniors over 60 at noon The menu for Monday, Sept. 10, is Bavarian stew or macaroni and cheese, broccoli cuts, pickled beets, oatmeal roll and peaches. The menu for Tuesday, Sept. 11, is chicken with supreme sauce or barbecued smokehouse chop, Delmonico potatoes, broccoli cuts, sunflower seed bread and apple pudding cake. For more information, call (541) 36%8843 ..... mr-- mm mmm imm mm mm m m m m | m m m m m m m mm m m m m m m-,,m mm m mm ml BBQ BACON m ..... , i CRUNCH BURGER ...... ' ....... MAKE IT A COMBO, m ~~ INCLUDES FRIES & REG. DRINK m , m ..... : HAMBURGER OR D A C T , .................... m , CHEESEBURGER M#'40 :: : ~,~:,% ................ L AI, WJ) m m BUY ONE REGULAR HAMBURGER OR CHEESEBOR6 : ....... , ............................... ~m .............. AtL AIRERI~N ['00D" m 1020 M,AIN STlU[ l 4126L4893 iI bACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL ;FREE Egg McMuffin n,,]' bacon Clneeselvur cr $7 m-WithMccafePUrchase of Itwith choiceC side . 0 '/ m any choices I'll breakfast , i Add a .Soda Foe $1.z espresso .!. , = | ,- I oeverage " I A | CALL IN your TO-GO order L ~ n r'~ | ~ i (541) 3670433 ~jm , : [- " " ~'~" ~~"~'~"~ | Mon-ThursdayTam-2:30pm . Valid only at Sweet Home, OR McDonald s. I | I ~'~ ~ |/ ,.-Sun 6era- 2:30pro m Not valid with any other offer, discount, coupon or / I I~ ~1~....~/~ ~ ~ Limit 1 coupon pe: ruble ~ ................. ~ . ~-- ~ CouponrequiredoExpces9/tO/12 ilmeal. Limit one coupon per person per visit. Cash?_ ~ .I . ~ /-~ r F- t333 Main Street, Sweet Home, OR value 1/20 of I cent. Expires Sept 30,2012 i m Iovin itm L .,~ ..-. --,~ ~ -.-,,, -.-.,' ~ .,~ W mini m m m m m mm m m m-m m m m m m ~,.. ............................................................ . I I I Sweet Home (541)367-5353 1323 Main Street Limit 3. -- Expiration date 9/12/2012 PiZZAI . Valid at participating locations only. Void with other offers. . ............................................................ ,,'* R T 0 s eet I-Iome 2 Pancakes, 2 Eggs, 2 Bacon or Link & Coffee Expires 9/12/12 Coupon Required i no splitting on coupons Not valid with any other coupons, specials or discount cards. 6305 MAIN STREET SWEET HOME, OR 97386- (541) 367-1560 ,~