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4 The Suri, Wednesday, January 19, 2011 Above Drawing and (center) Germ Drawing by Ally News from Willomino Elementory $chool 00r'rns: How to stay Healthy Third graders in Mrs. Hickerson's class, with assistance from volunteer Desiree Palazzola, are studying all about germs. They made drawings to illustrate what they learned. Drawing by K'Lynn Drawing by Reif Drawing by Abby Snow0000 Animals Grown-ups KidS J:" White wonderful wintert AnimalS White Grown-ups Snow Animals ,0 I a. White wonderful r! Grown-ups - 1 Kids .? Ki White wonderful winterl 4 / by S/tow  Anlmele White WOnderful win/erl by News Briefs Japanese School info night is Jan. 20 All visitors are welcome to attend the Sheridan Japanese School information night at 7 p.m. Jan. 20. The school is lo- cated at 430 SW Monroe St. The Sheridan Japanese School (4th-12th grade) is a public charter school in th Sheridan School District. Stu- dents come from Sheridan, W'dlamina, Grand Ronde, Mc- Minnville, Dallas, amity, Yarn- hill-Carlton, Dayton and New- berg. SJS has an enrollment of 88 students. The school strives to chal- lenge students and expand their knowledge of another language and culture while providing a small, unique multi-age learn- ing environment with high aca- demic and behavioral expecta- tions as well as exceptional pa- refital and community support. For more information, con- tact the school at 503-843- 3400. III Woman's Study Club met Jan. 13 Dick Bennett, a former Wil- lamina resident, now living in Canby, was guest speaker at the Thursday aitemoon meeting of the Sheridan Woman's Study Club. This was the 4th time he has told members of the club about the numerous trips he and his wife Myra have made t0 visit every county seat in the U.S. Their quest was undertaken in 1997 in Maine, then working westward, concluded in Hawaii where the mileage gauge on their camper showed they had traveled 297,000 miles. On Thursday he spoke about their last trips which were to Washington, Alaska and Ha- waii. They took two grand- daughters, ages 12 and 16, along when visiting Alaska, enabling the girls to have won- derful memories of travels with their grandparents. Bennett has 20 large albums with photos from each county seat and a post mark from the city or town. Some places were so small that there was no post office, so they got a post mark from a nearby town. During the business meet- ing, secretary Donna Hulett reported receiving a thank you from the Sheridan High School music director Matt Duhrkoop for the $310 in do- nations given by the people at the Dec. 12 Festival Chorale Christmas concert at Trinity Lutheran Church for the school's music department. It enabled the school to pur- chase choir robes. The meeting was held at the home of Dorothy Hawk, with Lois Levy as co-hostess. III Blood donors can win Elvis trip Donors participating in the Sheridan Community Red Cross Blood Drive Wednesday, Jan. 19, are eligible to win a trip in the Ultimate Elvis Getaway Sweepstakes. The blood drive will be 1-6 p.m. at the Open Door Church, 339 NW Sher- man St., Sheridan. To schedule and appointment, contact Dor- othy Brink at 503-560-4970. Blood donors are eligible to win an expense paid trip for two to Las Vegas featuring tickets to Cirque du Soleil's Viva ELVIS or a VIP expense paid trip for two to Memphis featur- in Graceland access. Visit for of- ficial rules. I School Menus: Jan. 24 - 28 Free breekfast for all students. All school meals include milk or fruit juice, WILLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST Monday." No School - Grading Day. Tuesday:. Bagel, cream cheese, fruit, juice, milk. Wednesday: Combo bar, yogurt, fruit, juice, milk. Thursday: Whole grain cinnamon bun, fruit, juice, milk. Friday: Breakfast bar, fruit, juice, milk. WILLAMINA SCHOOLS LUNCH All lunches include a fruit and vegetable variety bar. Monday:. No School - Grading Day. Tuesday: Chicken enchilada or hamburger. Wednesday: Grilled cheese or chicken patty. Thursday: Beefy macaroni/garlic breed or turkey sandwich. Friday: Pizza or burrito. FAULCoNER CHAPMAN SCHOOL BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, peanut butter crackers, juice, milk. Tuesday: Oatmeal chocolate chip breakfast bar, juice, milk. Wednesday:. Mozzarella sticks, fruit, milk. Thursday: Blueberry muffin, string cheese, fruit, milk. Friday: PBJ Grahamwich, juice, milk. FAULCoNER CHAPMAN SCHOOL LUNCH Daily choices: main dish, full salad bar and white or chocolate milk. Mnday: Chicken strips' mashed Potates/turkey gravy r ham/cheese sandw" Tuesday: Mini corn dogs or chicken alfredo or turkey/cheese sandwich. Wednesday: Hot dog or biscuits/sausage gravy or PB/jelly sandwich. Thursday: Chicken burger or beef taco salad or PB/honey sandwich. Friday: Pizza or beef and bean burrito or tuna sandwich. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL BREAKFAST Monday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Tuesday:. Cinnamon roll, cheese stick, juice, milk. Wednesday: Cereal, cheese stick, juice, milk. Thursday: Breakfast burrito, juice, milk. Fdday: Combo bar, juice, milk. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH Served dally: salad bar, fruit, rolls, milk. Monday: Chicken a la king and biscuit or chili and combreed. Tuesday: Pizza pocket or chicken cordon bleu sandwich. Wednesday:. Toasted ham and cheese or hot dog w/chicken noodle soup. Thursday: Lasagna and breadstick or chicken teriyaki wrap, Fdday: Burrito bar.