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whale of show draws crowd at library Brian Wornath The Sun 100 curious kids and Sheridan, Willamina and areas flocked to see (Oregon Museum of Sci- Industry) traveling whale at tim Sheridan lilxary last ternoon. According to Sheridan's librarian, the show was so $.at, mote shows were added to additional people. Skudlarek, traveling edu- outreach program, Programs like these give spe- to both children NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 9-5 to serve you! SKYBERG HARDWARE 121 N.E. Main Street Willanfina 876-3092 function of the program is out and present science to kids, in the schools and r Own environment and make accessible to people that not normally make it then; from eastern and south- to a commun- for us...we tO Plas lilm this where the exposed to things like nice to be here. The been really great!" mid. (fffers 25 traveling pro- programs vary from "Creeping and Continents," to a crime where children and adults about forensics and how ate solved. Thirteen of the axe targeted at kindergar- eighth grade. OMSI also courses in with offering classes and a outreach exhibit pu3gram, uarters in Portland PeOple to come and see their exhibit that displays Science themes and pro: several months. a 40-minute slide-show chance to ask questions real whale bones The youngsters and adults chance to crawl inside a inflatable plastic sperm ty the end of the day, a was had by 'S Tour' needed Photographs engaged couple who to takepartin The "'Bride's Tour." and 5 p.m. Monday and ask for George editor, or Paula Neeas, sales. ammtnd "Bride's Tour" is to be published in The 20. lists meetings of Sbefidan has public meetings for meetings arc held in conference room. Goal-setting workshop, 9 11: M committee, 7 p.m. 14: Library committee, 7:30 City hall closed for City comcil meeting, ,26: Municipal court, 9 a.m. got a great of everything uniforms and to basic and athletic allat low prices! Jeffrey Sproul, Cliff Costa, Brian Raddatz, Zac Mize and Keely Mize handle large whale bone during OMSI's "Amazing Whales" program Saturday at the Sheridan public library. The traveling program offered hands-on contact and information about whale species, sizes and behavior. OMSI's Robyn Skudlarek, second from right, conducts interior tour of life-size whale blown up at the Sheridan public library Saturday. Keely Mize, Jeffrey Sproul, Cliff Costa, Garland Reed, Zac Mize and Brian Raddatz scramble through whale model in their stocking feet at the morning show. Soil district Iookinq for 'teacher of year' The Yamhill Soil and Water Con- servation District s accepting nominations for Conservation Teacher of the Year and will award a $500 cash prize to the winner. The competition is open to all full- time leachers in both public and private schools from kindergarten through 12th grades, who empha- size conservation of natural resources in their teaching. be eligible for the state, regional and national contests. The National Conservation Teacher of the Year will receive $1,000 in cash and an expense paid trip to RenD, Nev., for the 1992 Annual Convention of the National Association of Conserva- tion Districts. The national second place winner will receive a $500 cash award and the first place regional winner will receive $200. Interested teachers may obtain Lambing school set Chemeketa Community College and the Oregon State University Extension Service will co-sponsor a lambing school in McMinnville. The presentation will cover obste- trics, ewe care and assistance, graft- ing techniques, care of new lambs, vaccinations, castration, docking and identification. Hands-on activi- ties and participant involvement will be emphasized. The McMinnville session will be held Thursday, Feb. 14, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, February 6, 1991, The Sun 3 Hebo offers firewood The Hebo Ranger District of the Siuslaw National Forest will begin its weekend firewood cutting pro- grams during the weekend of March 2. It will run every weekend of March and April with the exception of Easter Weekend, March 30-31. The price of wood cut under this program is $10.50 per cord. According to district spokesper- son Rich Babcock, wood is made available on a reservation basis so cutters are guaranteed firewood by falling small timber in an assigned area. A host will be present at the site at all times to assign areas and answer questions that may arise. Josi criticizes mental health cuts Rep. Tim Josi, D-Bay City, has criticized the Mental Health Divi- sion for cutting services in the Developmentally Disabled Rehabil- itation Program. The Mid-Valley Workshop and Rehabilitation Center in Yamhill County will lose 44 client positions and Marie Mills in "Illamook County will lose 11 client positions in the Mental Health Division's proposed budget. These programs provide training, employment and support for developmentally disa- bled individuals. Cutting on the program is only allowed on weekends and you need to reserve a spot in advance, explained Babcock. For more infor- mation or to make your reservation in the program, please contact the Hebo Ranger Station at 392-3161 between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Fresh  baked , J Pies & Donuts- ...... / Try some with our great coffee or select teas. Come in and meet Marie & Donna, our new cooks. Sunshine Cafe 139 S. Bridge St., Sheridan 843-3025 i 'accination Clinic for Dogs and Cats LOW COST Rabies ................................................. $5.50 (With Any Other Service Per Pet) ....... $4,50 Dog "6 In 1" (With Parvo) ..................... $8.00 Corona or Bordetella ............................. $600 Cat "3 In 1". ......................................... $6 00 Cat Leukemia ..................................... $10.00 Intestinal Parasite Test .......................... $6,00 Heavorm OR Leukemia Tests ........... $12.00 SHERIDAN Sunday, Feb. 10th 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm STUCK ELECTRIC PARKING AREA 147 W. Main Street [Dogs on Leashesl CatslnB0xes I PETPREVENT-A-CARE (503)655-1498 Has your home insurance kept up? If you've made tmprovements to your home, or acquired new items within your home, your insurance may be out of date. Find out. Call today for a free review of your insurance coverages. L Kirk D. Bales Ron Pittman McMinnviile Office: 472-2545 Insurance and Inveslment Group The cash prize award, a first additional information and nomina- Di:esC;i'gntSniiOnnS:nLc;ehuSC:se/%rviiii ii!seLt'efrnmSDS:tr!c!lM!faMenli21! Let m see your educ- atin-- Pm"gr-am- -nty TheYamh,,, Cou winner will N_ omi.nations March 1. must be submitted by mptoyer= Community Spirit! Need temporary full-time or part-time help? Sign up now to become a sponsor We can fill your needs, on The Sun's monthly Community Call or write Page. Each month we feature a salute to special people or a timely [00uality Plus Temporary Employees message to mark special events or holidays. Each month your listing on this page will remind our 10,000 318 N. Evans, McMinnville, OR 97128 472-6616 readers that you care about our community. Got the Our next Comrnunity Page is scheduled for February 20th with a "Salute to Boy Scouts." Tax Bug? beOfher fures dudng the year will Salute to Oids Scouts Some people break out in cold sweats. Others , Salute to Volunteers Memorial Day feel queasy. Still others suddenly find them- Phil Sheridan Days selves excessively tired whi!e some get a strong Independence Day urge to procrastinate. If you re experiencing any , Labor Day of these symptoms at tax time ... don't call your Bock-to-School/Drive Safely doctor. CaB us ... for fast tax reliefi Halloween Safety -_....,,___ 11anksgiving  Chdstmas APRIL r:. * West Valley Chamber of Commerce Gratia B. Robertson Certified Public Accountant 104 w. Main Street, Sheridan 843-2992 "Serving You Is Our Only Bus/ness." In addition, by signing up now to be a Community Page Sponsor, you will also be listed on all Spods Promotion Pages dudng the year AT NO EXTRA COST! We publish these pages several times throughout the year to mark the accomplishments of our local school teams and to cheer them on. Team members and sports fans will be glad to see your suppod for them on each of these pages. To be included on the Feb. 20th "Salute to Scouting" just call us before Fdday, Feb. 15th - and let our readers see your Community Spiritl 843-2312 Tr00E o St/00 249 S. Bridge Street * p.o. Box 68 * Sheridan, OR 97378 + i iI!