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4 The Sun, Wednesday, lhy J O, 1989 ~Hill Creel< To help celebrate 40th birthday of Mill Creek Extension the original last week. From left are Barbara Knutson, Margaret Robertson, Rogers, Dorothy Wssson, Bernice Kadell and Grace Topp. members got together Merle Scales, Naomi ons ico classes Addictions to alcohol, drugs, food, "Dysfunctional Families." The 7:30 to 9 p.m. The format of the work, sex, vacuuming, etc. Why are definitionofadysfunctionalfamilyisa workshop is open discussion and some people addicted to a substance family in which members are personal sharing. Anyone interested orbehaviorwhileothersarenot? emotionally unavailable to those who may come and listen. Anyone may Most groups dealing with needthem, attend any session they wish with no addictions such as Alcoholics The purpose of the workshop is to mandatory attendance to every Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, help people realize that they are not session. AI Anon, AI A Teen, Narcotics alone in this experience; that these Another feature of the workshops Anonymous, are centered around a problems often stem from a will be a viewing of Dr. John 12-step program of recovery. The dysfunctional upbringing. We can Bradshaw's recently released 10 reason for this is that most addictions learn to stop our addictive patterns--- videotape series done for PBS entitled haveacommonoriginorrootcause, that'sthemessageoftheworkshop. "Bradshaw on the Family." Each Sheridan Family Chiropractic isThe workshop will be held upstairs video lasts one hour and all 10 video presently organizing a community in the clinic every Thursday night, taped sessions will be viewed at some workshop, free to the public, entitled starting May 18. The class will be from point during the workshop series. 7-CYCLE POTSCRUBBER" liB Model GSD1000G 835 N. Hwy. 99, McMinnville 472-281 8 Big capacity Super Upper Rack. 3-level wash system with Multi-Orbit" wash arm. Sound insulated. Rinse aid dispenser. 2 reversible color panels. 10-year full "~-0ay Refund warranty on PermaTufe tub and door or Exchange liner (ask for details). 0ptiOnfrom club marks 40th year The Mill Creek Home Extension unit celebrated its 40th birthday with a celebration at the Buell Grange Hall on Thursday. Roberta Lonsford headed the committee and introduced a special guest, Murle Scales, the Yamhill County Home Extension agent who organizedthe group on May 5, 1949 at the home of Mildred Henton. Also recognized were Alma Hartman Wells, the succeeding agent, Monine Strode Stebbins, another more recent agent, and Judy Burridge, the present Home Extension agent. Naomi Rogers is the only charter member still a member of the Mill Creek unit but also present were Margaret Robertson, the first secretary-treasurer, Hebo; Bernice Kadell, Willamina, an early president; Grace Topp, Ocean Park, Wash.; Dorothy Wasson, McMinn- ville and Margie Gutbrod, Sheridan. The lesson, "Nutritious Meals on a Shoestring," was presented by Mrs. Lonsford and Mary Ridgeway and included a master mix prepared and served as part of the luncheon. On display were the picture albums and Spring Festival programs assembled during the years. A celebration cake was baked and decorated by new member Virginia Marcheski. There was a period for sharing reminiscenses of the "old days." Three agents had written, regretting not being able to attend: Gloria Shibley, Caroline Blomberg Cannon, and Dorris Roy. Alice Clore presided at a business meeting at which 4-H scholarship money was designated, also contribu- tions to the Mid-Valley Workshop and the local food banks. Betty Siplinger, past president, then installed the officers for next year: Alice Clore, president; Vera Lyon, vice president; Denise Dickey, secretary; and RoseMary Papen, treasurer. A hangingtuberous-rooted begonia was presented to Alice Clore for her presidency. 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