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- %: "~ : t~ii~,~,~~~ %1 ~!=!~i ~i~ !ii!/:~ ~ ~'i~i'!~ i : ..... Willamina High School's student body officers, from left, are: Misty Cherry, activities director; Reid, assistant activities director; Seth Morley, president; Angle Yates, vice president; Mendenhall, secretary; John Fasana, elections commissioner; and Tracy Risseeuw, Not pictured is Winema Wolf, sergeant at arms.=Photo by Corinne Ivey. i!iii!i! if: /:i members of Willamina Middle School's National Junior Honor Society were named In back row from left are Bobbi Gould, Shannon Boatwright, Stacy Hampton and ndra Klym. In middle row from left are Dallas Neighbors, Daniel Willis, Sam Rivera and Jered In front row from left are Sariah Esplin and Susan Hays. Not pictured are Briana Robyn Abrames and Sarah Parsons.--Photo by Corinne Ivey. from Page 1 Smith, 325. County surveyor: Dan 2,331; Norris Jones, Yamhill County voters also Ibl- the statewide trend in re- Norma Paulus as state of public instruction. Collected 6,889 votes to 2,875 her nearest challenger, Mick a teacher who campaigned against the 21st Century school reform bill. Paulus won by a 3-1 margin statewide. Polk County Comnmissioner Ran Dodge won both the Democrat ard Republican primaries and won't have to run in November. Dodge had no challengers on either ticket until Republican Rick Muller of Salt Creek decided to be a write-in candidate. Dodge followed Muller's lead and campaigned as a write-in on the Republican ticket since he was uncontested on the Democratic side and won both party nominations. In the 5th District Congressional race, Jim Bunn of McMinnville beat out three challengers for the Repub- lican primary win and Catherine Webber topped a five-candidate field for the Democratic nod. Mike Kopetski, a Democrat, did not seek re-election. m a=m= Wednesday, May 25, 1994, The Sun 5 NDAR WEDNESDAY, MAY 25 Serenity Sobriety--AA, Grand Ronde Community Center, 5 p.m. Willamina Civic Club afternoon social, Senior Drop-ln Center, 1 p.m. Willamina Library Storytime, 10:30 a.m. Preschoolers welcome. Care Closet, no cost clothing, 400 SW Main, Willamina, 10 a.m.-I p.m. Sobriety Anonymous, The Donut Shop, Willamina, 7 p.m. Willanfina Business Group, Coy- ate Joe's, 8 a.m. Sheridan Rotary, Green Frog, noon. THURSDAY, MAY 26 Willamina FFA banquet, WMS cafeteria, 6 p.m. Mid-week Gospel Meeting, American Legion Hall, Sheridan, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY, MAY 27 Bingo, Confederated Tribes Com- munity Center, Grand Ronde, 6:30 p.m. YCAP at The Care Closet, 400 SW Main, Willamina, 1-4 p.m. SATURDAY, MAY 28 Car wash/bake sale/garage sale, SHS & Chapman School bands, SHS parking lot, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Serenity Sobriety--AA, Riley Porter Building, Grand Ronde, 6 p.m. Bingo, Willamina VFW Hall, 6 & 7:30 p.m. SUNDAY, MAY 29 Car wash/bake sale/garage sale, SHS & Chapman School bands, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bingo, American Legion Hall, 1 & 2 p.m. MONDAY, MAY 30 Memorial Day holiday. TUESDAY, MAY 31 Willamina Elen entary School spring program, "'I'm a Special Person," 7 p.m. Seventh-day Adventist Communi- ty Service Center open to public, free clothing, 940 W Main, Sheri- dan, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. AA, The Donut Shop, Willamina, 7-8 p.m. Kiwanis, Vie's, Willamina, noon. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 Grand Ronde Elementary School spring program, "A Little Bit of Country," 7 p.m. Serenity Sobriety--AA, Grand Ronde Comnmnity Center, 5 p.m. Willamina Civic Club afternoon social, Senior Drop-ln Center, 1 p.m. Willamina Library Storytime, 10:30 a.m. Preschoolers welcome. Sobriety Anonymous, The Donut Shop, Willamina, 7 p.m. Willamina Business Group, Coy- ote Joe's, 8 a.m. Rotary, Green Frog, Sheridan, noon. Care Closet, no cost clothing, 400 SW Main, Willamina, 10 a.m.-I p.m. Listings in Community Calendar are free. Deadline to submit items is 5 p.m. Friday prior to the following week's publication. Call 843-2312, FAX 843-3830, or write to: The Sun, P.O. Box 68, Sheridan, OR 97378. By Rosalie Ayora, Principal Eric Dailey, 5th grade, is Chap- man School's winner of the Yamhill County Spelling Bee. This contest is sponsored by the Yamhill County Education Service District. The PTA hosted a luncheon for teachers during Teacher Apprecia- tion Week. Dr. Blake conducted scoliosis screenings and Drs. Molloy, Breit- kreuz, Stonebridge and McCulley volunteered their services for sports physical for school athletes. Sixth grade students will be attending outdoor school this week. They will apply science and math to various real world situations. Fifth grade students have com- pleted the D.A.R.E. training pro- gram. Chapman will host the D.A.R.E. graduation at 1 p.m. June 1 in the Sheridan High School gym. Students from Amity, Dayton, Willamina and Grand Ronde will also attend. Graduates will be served lunch following the cere- mony. Students at Chapman will go through a simulated schedule before the end of the year to meet their next year's teachers in hope of making their transition a little easier. Fourth grade students went to Fort Clatsop. Cindy Shultz took the TAG stu- dents on a field trip to Oregon State University where they explored var- ious academic programs. Eighth grade promotion is at 7:30 p.m. June 8 in the Chapman gym. Eighth grade skip day will be at Thrillville on June 9. Fifth graders are visiting Cruick- shank's Tree Farm. They will learn about forest management, care and thinning of trees, soils, insects, wild- life, fire control, wood products and leaf and cone identification. All Chapman staff have been trained in how to turn off valves and switches Ibr gas, water, heat and light in case of a disaster. Senior lunch menus listed Monday: Closed, Memorial Day Tuesday: Cranberry juice, braised beef tips over potatoes, BBQ chick- en qtr, whipped potatoes, broccoli cuts, squash bread, spiced peaches OR birthday cake Wednesday: Grape juice, chicken salad sandwich OR shaved ham sandwich, corn chowder, vegetable pasta salad, whole wheat bread, glazed pumpkin bar Thursday: Pineapple juice, turkey loaL meatloaf, whipped potatoes & gravy, garden salad, 7-grain roll, chocolate chip cookie Friday: Apple juice, western pork stew, turkey ala king & rice, Brus- sels sprouts, banana peach mold, oatmeal bread, butterscotch pudding The Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Services Agency offers noon meals in Sheridan at the American Legion Hall, 125 N. Bridge Street. Meals are served at 12 noon Monday through Friday. Anyone 60 or over and their spouse is welcome for fellowship and a hot, nutritional meal. Home delivered meals are available for home-bound seniors. A donation of $1.50 is suggested for the meals. Advanced reservations are required. For transportation or more information call 843-3165. School lunches WILLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST MENUS Monday: No school, Memorial Day Tuesday: English muffin, juice Wednesday: French toast, syrup, fruit Thursday: Combo bars, fruit Friday: Bagels OR cereal, juice WILLAMINA SCHOOLS LUNCH MENUS Daily Entrees: Choice of pizza, hamburger, hot dog, sandwich or: Daily entrees unavailable Daily Variety Bar: fresh/cooked fruits & veggies, breads & crackers, choice of milk (skim, low-fat, choc- olate, whole) GRAND RONDE BREAKFAST MENUS Monday: No school, Memorial Day Tuesday: Cereal, toast, fruit Wednesday: Muffin, cheese stick, juice Thursday: Egg, biscuit, fruit Friday: Cheese toast, fruit GRAND RONDE LUNCH MENUS Daily Entrees: Pizza, hamburgers or: Monday: No school, Memorial Day Tuesday: BBQ beef on a bun Wednesday: Burritos Thursday: Corn dog, French fries Friday: Fish nuggets Daily Variety Bar: fresh/cooked fruits & vegetables, breads & crac- kers, milk (choice of skim, low-fat, chocolate, whole) Milk is served with all school meals. 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