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10 The Sun, Wednesday, January 12, 1994 i i .... /ii Sally MacNamara, left, and Becky Anderson, learn some of the moves in line dancing class held in Willamina. Classes are held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays for singles and 8 to 10 p.m. for couple ---Photos by Corinne Ivey. Stork stops Kaci Lynn Jones Greg and Lynden Jones of 5375 Red Prairie Rd., Sheridan, announce the birth of a daughter, Kaci Lynn, on Nov. 30 in McMinnville. She weighed 9 lbs., 1 oz. Grandparents are AI and June Jones of Rickreall and Dennis and Barbara Waldron of Cloverdale. Great-grandparents and Calvert and Cleda Jones, Ethel Waldron and Buddie Pegg. Great-great- grandmother is Leta Waldron. Kaleb Webster Davison Dwight and Suzanne Davison of Sheridan announce the birth of a son, Kaleb Webster, on Dec. 25 in McMinnville. He weighed 6 ibs., 10 1/2 oz. Grandparents are Sheryl Water- bury of Lancaster, Calif., and Harley and Mildred Davison of Dallas. Cody Ryan Coblentz Clinton and Mart| Coblentz of Willamina announce the birth of their first child, Cody Ryan, on Dec. 27 at McMinnville Community Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs. 6 oz. Grandparents are Phil Coblentz and JoAnn Sadlier of Willamina, Winnie Soukup of Salem and Edward Morgan of Riverside, Calif. Phil Coblentz and Jency Rosasco, at left, enjoy learning country-western dancing at recent classes in Willamina. By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun Polk County Commissioner Mike Propes says that the county will have to try to continue all of its old operations in 1994 under large budgets cuts. "We have to sustain services with heavy budget cuts," Propes said. "We are looking at a $300,000 cut due to the loss of timber revenues." Several local roads also are proba- ble candidates for repair. Propes said Andy Riggs, Gooseneck, Mill Creek and Doane Roads should all By Travis Moore Staff Writer, The Sun Consolidation and the continua- tion of several old programs heads the list of challenges for the next year, according to Yamhiil County Commissioner Dennis Goecks. "The major challenge this year will be to do as much consolidating as possible," Goecks said. "We need to find the best ways to give the biggest benefit to the county." He added: "Taxpayers want more from their government and they should. Government has got to learn how to make the most of what it By George Robertson Editor, The Sun The Willamina school board Monday night accepted a donation of $8,119 from the American War Mothers after adopting a set of guidelines about how the money will be spent. Superintendent Larry Audet said only the interest on the money will be spent each year to send disadvan- taged youngsters in both the Willa- mina and Sheridan school districts to special summer camps. Fred Pearson, a member of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post, said the American War Mothers receive repairs. "We will also continue our ditch work this year," Propes said. "We will also be grading and graveling roads as we have in the past." Propes said the county will work with the local utilities to try to get grants for some local programs. "We will try to get grants for the Grand Ronde sewer district and the Rock Creek hideout," Propes said. "We want to have a meeting in Grand Ronde. We want to see how we can work with the tribe and see how we can help them maybe with has." A potential reservoir on Mill Creek is at the top of the list for local water resource planning issues. Goecks said both Yamhiil and Polk counties would be involved in the project. Ballston Road is the only local road high on the county's priority list for 1994, Goecks said. "We still work on the roads with our priority list," Goecks said. "We work on the list until the money Funs out." The county is also working on the Commission on Children and Fam- originally came to the VFW to ask for ideas to use the money for area children. Pearson said Audet sug- gested using the funds to help disadvantaged youngsters. "That sounded good to us and good to them," Pearson said. Board member Jude Lehner thanked the American War Mothers group for donating the funds, noting the gift will help area youngsters. The organization, which is down to only four members, will be fea- tured in the next edition of "Golden Maple," the district's newsletter, Audet said. In other action: zone changes, but we need to try to work with everyone in the county." Turning to taxes, Propes said: "I don't think we will be Iookin any tax increases. But we really know until we get into the budget process. That will start this week. It will be tough. We are looking at a $400,000 cut over the next two years because of the lostl timber revenues." ily. It is a commission to families deal with modern problems. "Hopefully we can help become more effective with issues," Goecks said. "On an issue that ties in, aren't the least bit letting gangs into our We've got a superb place to here and we need to try to find ways to keep it that way." Y Computer program: Sumners, principal of Grand Elementary School, said started a computer training last week and virtually all in 4th and 5th grades have learned word processing and now learning typing skills. graders are helping learn how to use the computers. Budget calendar: The budget committee meeting will held Jan. 24 with additional ings on May 11 and May 13. meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. the Willamina Elementary library. Fresh Lean Ground Beef $129 Not over 22% fat .......................................... Lb. Grapefruit California Ruby ...................................... for Mixed Fryer Parts 3 Hindqtrs., 3 Frontqtrs., Gib. incl ........... Lb. Mandarin Oranges Royal Mandarin, Sweet & Juicy ............... 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