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4 The Sun, Wednesday, May 2, 2007 School Thank you for washing the windows. Thank you for cleaning the cafeteria, D Thank you for cleaning. Thank you for cleaning our classroom. Thank you for cleaning the cafeteria. 1 ~:3~ (( ~Q~'~ ,F (~/-/~11~ ~~ R ~t/ / Thank you for c,eaning the . girls bathroom. Sun Spots By Gina Noble the chapter. All guests joined in a den in Salem last week. Linda Bird, cookies. Correspondent, The Sun sing- along with many favorite Ruth and ShMey Koester and Mary The Sheridan United Method- Happy 55th wedding anniver- songs enjoyed with guest pianist Phillips attended, Deepwood is an ist Church is having their Annual sary to Lance and Betty Siplinger. Benny Fry. Refreshments were old estate with an 1894 Queen Anne Mother's Day Tea on Saturday. They spent an evening going out served in the upper dining room, style house. The gardens were de- Sheridan Home Extension will to dinner in Salem for their anni- decorated for the occasion was a signed by Lord-Schryver in 1929. meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at the versary, five-point star cake baked by Lena Next month they are going to the Rebekah Lodge, 143 SW Monroe Happy Birthday to Debbie Pot- McKimens of McMinnville. Adelman Peony Gardensin Salem. St. Barbara Baker from Grand ter whose birthday is May 6. Twenty-six quilts for the Luth- The club usually meets the fourth Sheramina will be the guest speaker Janet and Jerry Smith have been eran World Relief were dedicated Tuesdays of the month and new and she will be talking about what taking road trips. On Saturday they at the Sunday worship service at members are always welcome,is available in our community for wenttotheTillam kAh'Museum Trinity Lutheran Church. The quilts I know that most of the follow- everyone. There will be refresh- and had lunch with their grandson will be taken to Portland and from ing are repeat announcements, but ments served. Troy Jacobs. On the way.home they there sent all over the world. Trin- there is so nmch going on this week The Sheridan Historical Mu- stopped in Beaver to visit with ity sends the quilts twice a year, I thought it warranted being re- seum Committee, formerly known some past Sheridan residents, Dan between 40-50 per year. The quilts peated, as the Sheridan Celebration Corn- and Annie Daggitt. Then on Sun- are tied at the church, while other Sheridan Days will be having mittee, is having its monthly meet- day they went to BattleGround to volunteers cut and sew squares at their bingo fundraiser at 6:30 p.m ing at 6 p.m Thursday at the Green visit with Jerry's family, their homes. Donna Hulett heads Saturday at the Rebekah Lodge, Frog. Everyone is welcome to at- Seventy-five people attended the project. 143 SW Monroe St. in Sheridan. tend. the 100th anniversary, of the East- The Mill Creek Group will go Sponsored by Sheridan IOOE It's time to order your Faul- ern Star Chapter of Sheridan on to the Koi Fish Farm near Dayton You may contact me if you wish coner-Chapman yearbook! You or- April 22. Fifty members were hon- on Thursday. The tour will be fol- to purchase pre-sale tickets tbr $10 der now and pick it up the last week ored for their many years as mem- lowed by lunch in McMinnville. for 10 games. There will also be of school. Cost is $8 if you pre-or- bets and presented with pins and The carpool will leave at 10 a.m. special games sold at the door for der by Friday or $10 after Friday. corsages. Also honored were all the from the Trinity Lutheran Church $1 pergamessheettotalof5games. You may contact me at 503-487- grand officers and the past Shed- parking lot. They will have a raffie again this 0103; leave me a message at The dan matrons and patrons. The Sheridan Garden Club took year with lots of prizes -- including Sun, 503-843-2312 ext. 203 or by Janet Smith gave the history of atrip to Deepwood Estate and Gar- Wendy Bird's famous homemade email noblepictaker@wbcable.net School Menus:lMay 7.11 Free breakfast for all students All school meals include milk or fruit juice WILLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST Monday: Muffin. Tuesday: Go-Gurt, apple. Wednesday: Combo bar, toast Thursday: Bagel, cream cheese. Friday: Vitamin enriched cinnamon roll WlLLAMINA SCHOOLS LUNCH All lunches are served with a variety of fruits and vegetables'. Monday: Dell sandwich or oven fried chicken. Tuesday: Cheeseburger or taeo and tater tots. Wednesday: Turkey sandwich or chili and corn bread. Thursday: Hot ham on a bun or creamy turkey and noodles. Friday: Chicken patty or pizza. FAULCoNER-CHAPMAN SCHOOL BREAKFAST Breakfast is provided in the classrooms for everyone, free of charge. Monday: Cereal. string cheese. Tuesday: Bagel bar, banana. Wednesday: Cereal bar, apple. Thursday: Cereal, gold fish crackers. Friday: Yogurt. PB crackers. FAULCoNER-CHAPMAN LUNCH Daily lunch choices: One entre or sandwich or yogurt, variety bar, bread. crackers or pretzels. Monday: Chicken nuggets or hot dog or tuna sandwich. Tuesday: Hamburger or beef and bean burrito or peanut butter and honey sandwich Wednesday: Pizza or taco or turkey and cheese sandwich. Thursday: Grilled cheese sandwich or egg roll or ham/cheese sandwich. Friday: French toast sticks or honey bbq chicken, stnps or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH Daily lunch choices (Monday-Thursday): Cheese burger, chicken burger, rib-a-q, salad bar, bread, crackers, Monday: Pizza. Tuesday: Corn dog nuggets or quesadilla. Wednesday: Nachos. .Thursday: Pizza. Friday: Sausage dog or combo bars.