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Wednesday, January 18, 2012, The Sun 5 Few spaces left in 'lndianpreneurship' class 1 Business class taught at Tribe starts Jan. 19 By Jo Mclntyre Correspondent, The Sun Only a few spots remain for a new class starting Thursday, Jan. 19 at the Education Cen- ter of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. Classes will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. News Briefs After School sustainability Community members are invited to join leaders in edu- cation, business and local gov- ernment to come together on Jan. 25 at 6 p.m. at the Sheri- dan School District office to create a strategic plan to sus- tain and expand the After School Program. limit Give Me Love benefit dinner A benefit dinner, concert and dance for Dan and Regina Bumstead's charity, Loves Door, might just make the per- fect Valentine's date. Enjoy live swing music, wine and a dinner catered by Janelle Savage at the second annual Give Me Love event on Sunday, Feb. 12 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 146 S. Bridge St. in Sheridan. Tickets---S35 each, $60 for a couple---are available at Slow Train Coffee or www.lennox teary.com. Program coordinator Mona Edwards said the course is through the small Business De- velopment Center in Salem un- der the auspices of Chemeketa Community College. Enroll- merit has already reached seven students and organizers are hop- ing for 10 to fill the class. She and two facilitators, Kinji Neskahi and Gary Richards, will be presenting classes specifically designed for Native Americans. Participants work through the mmm First Nations Powwow Jan. 28 The fourth annual Gathering of Oregon's First Nations Pow- wow is scheduled for noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Oregon State Fair & Expo Center's Salem Pavilion, 2330 17  St. N.E., Salem. Admission is free. Grand entry will be held at 1 p.m. Parking costs $3. mmm Launch of local coupon company The Coupon Oasis (www.thecouponoasis.com) which specializes in online con- pons for the bargain hunter, has officially launched its website with a focus on personalization and user input. Owned and operated by lo- cal entrepreneur Stephen Proffitt, The Coupon Oasis is one of the newest coupon websites on the Intemet, with a mission of help- ing online shoppers save money on everything from apparel to course in a classroom environ- ment and finish 10 weeks later with a business plan in hart& The local class is presented in story form using Native traditions. The curriculum also has DVDs and spotlights Native American businesses that started up in Oregon. "We have resources students can access online, demographic studies, and information about filing for business licenses in Oregon," Edwards said. MERIT program directors hope to have two classes per year at Grand Ronde. When students complete the course, they'll know about what kind of business structure is most appropriate for their needs. Students usually come in with a business idea or some- thing they are interested in do- ing as a business, she said. Each week consists of one part of putting their business plan to- gether. "They build on their own experience," she noted. The current class is funded groceries. The Coupon Oasis boasts over 4,000 online coupons from over 1,500 Intemet retail- ers inchding Sears, Target, Wal- Mart and more. Look for the advertisement and link to The Coupon Oasis on this newspaper's website: www.SheridanSun.com. mmm Studio Tour calling artists The 2012 Art Harvest Stu- dio Tour of Yamhill County is receiving applications for the tour which takes place the first two weekends in October. If you are interested in apply- ing, send your request to If you have any questions, please call Tina Enomoto at 503-538-1535. mmm SJS Info Night The Sheridan Japanese School will hold an informa- tionnightonThmsday, Ja 19 at 7 p.nx All visitors are welcome, but students and their parents hoping to enroll next year must attend one of the information nights. There will be others. For more information, call 503-843-3400, or visit www. sheridanjapaneseschool.com. Births Born at Willamette Valley Medical Center, McMinnville: Riley Hope Freeman, 6 lbs. 15 ozs., daughter of Brit- tany Phelps and Andrew Freeman, Grand Ronde, Jan. 6. KaLea Shy'ann Liebelt, 6 lbs. 13 ozs., daughter of Levi and Nichole Liebelt, Grand Ronde, Jan. 6. Natalya Lynn Dawson, 6 lbs. 2 ozs., daughter of Courtney Dawson, Sheridan, Jan. 10. Birth announcements may be submitted to The Sun by calling 503-843-2312, ext. 204 or sending a FAX to 503-843- 3830. Our email address is news@sheridansun.com. through a MERIT grant to con- ducting a one-hour per week Start Your Own Business class. MERIT is a program founded about eight years ago to help provide business "training, ad- vising and resources to underserved people interested in self-employment." Since 2004, MERIT has served more than 600 people and has helped 256 people start their businesses. In fiscal year 2008 alone, 27 MERIT clients started businesses. The Grand Ronde program is an outgrowth of a course cre- ated by ONABEN, the Oregon Native American Business and Entrepreneurial Network, which had a representative at Grand Ronde several years ago. Founded in 1991 by four Oregon Indian Tribes, ONABEN pioneered the Indianpreneurship notion and has gone on to serve Indian business development organi- zations and entrepreneurs in Oregon, the Pacific Northwest and now nationally. The Portland-based organi- zation still provides curriculum, training and organizational consulting focused on develop- ing entrepreneurship in Indian communities. For more information about MERIT see: www.merit- microenterprise.org/about/our- story. For information about ONABEN, see www.onaben. org/. In the Bible Prayer and trust By Pastor Joel Boyce Specia/ to The Sun We read in the Scripture of Jesus praying in the garden of Gethsemane. Jesus made spe- cific requests of his Heavenly Father, but in finishing his prayer, he made this statement, "nevertheless not my will but thine." What a wonderful les- son for those of us who wish to pattern our lives after Jesus Christ. The first thing we see is that we might go to our Heavenly Father and make requests di- rectly of him. Secondly we see that there is a trust in our Heav- enly Father that he won't give us that which we have asked for if he deems it not to be the best for us. Looking back I am certainly thankful that my mother and / my father did not give to me everything that I asked and even now looking back over my Christian experience I am certainly glad that God has not answered every prayer in ex- actly the way that I had prayed. Ask and ye shall receive, seek and ye shall fred, but trust God to not give you everything you ask for and not to let you find everything you seek. For further information on this topic read the book of Luke Chapter 22. Have you experienced any wonderful answers to prayer? I would love to hear about them please e-mail me or drop by the church sometime. Joel Boyce is the pastor of Sheridan Baptist Church. He can be reached at pastor@sheridanbaptist.org. IX, eed denures? Senior Lunch Menus: Jan. 23- 27 j=oin NOW New Yeads S 00ecial Nlust present this ad. M EFIT2. COM 503-843-4961 226 S. Bridge St., Sheridan, OR. 97378 Monday: Chicken TeVazzini or beef cabbage bake, herbed ear- rots, marinated vegetable salad, dill roll, applesauce. Tuesday: Shaved turkey or turkey pastrami half sandwich, both w/Dijonnaise/shredded lettuce, both on wheat bread, cam chowder, carrot raisin salad, pineapple tidbits. Wednesday: SW omelet bake or ground beef stew, whole kernel cam, country coleslaw, herb roll, fresh orange. Thursday: Chicken pot pie or pork sausage gravy, entrees over buttermilk biscuit, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, peaches. Friday: Beef patty w/graw or baked ham w/mustard sauce, Colcannon potatoes, green peas and carrots, wheat bread, choco- late cake w/chocolate icing. The Northwest Senior & DisabMy Services Agency offers noon meals in Sheridan at the Sheridan Nazarene Church, 917S. Bridge SL Meals are sarved at11:30 a.m. Monday through Fdday. Anyone 60 or over and their spouse are welcome for fellowship and a ho nutrrdous meal. Home-delivered meals are available for home-bound seniors. A donaon of $3 is suggested for the meals. Advance resema- tions are required. For more informaon, call 503-843-2000. A Kml [121 Compare & Save! Standard Upper or Lower Dentures ...... s750 ea. Partials ......... *950 co. Relines .......... v250 . Jon Stout Free Licensed Denturist (503) Serving the Yamhill Volley for 31 Years! McMinnville Denture Center HOURS: Monday, Wednesday & Friday, lOam to 5pro Please Call for an appoirtmeni ]45 E. Third Street, McMinnville James P. Molloy III Iv[D, FAAFP Yvette Gaynor, FNP We salute the Sheridan School Board! Larry Deibel seT'ring m years Robin Rawlings Serving 7 years Jud3[ Breeflen Serving 5 years ma t year Jason Alexander Serving 3 years "These men and women volunteer countless hours of unpaid" time not onlyproviding the best possible education for our students, but also serving as the corporate board of directors for one of our community' s gest employers. Too often the efforts of school board members go unrecognized and unrewarded." Sh Superintendent A. J. Gmuer ( The key work o.four school board is to " support student achievement by: L Creating a vision for what we want our school district to become | and how we will focus on student achievement as our top priority; | Establishing standards for what we want our students to learn and | to be able to do; [ Ensuring assessment to determine if we are achieving our goala | and if students are learning; | Being accountable for the outcomes of their decisions and actions [ by continually tracking progress and reporting results; [ Aligning how the district's human and financial resources should [ . be used, | Creating a safe and orderly climate where students can learn and | teachers can teach; | Forming collaborative relationships with others in our community | to solve common problems and to support common successes; and | Focusing attention on continuous improvement by questioning, examining, revising, refining and revisiting issues related to For more information about the Sheridan Schools, call 503-843-2433 or go to the Sheridan School District website: www.sheridan.k12.or.us r