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met c/asses Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, May 31, 1979 11 [a new instruc- expanded hours SUmmer instruc- at Gallery The Mc- performing announced a beginning in dance will beginning and classes in jazz with new .qly dancing. lazz and ballet Aster, and teach the classes. De- Students seven and older, the offered Mon- and Thurs- and evenings. may be contacting the session with a fee for those than one Course in child- ents ; from this area graduating ~gon State I Itrt: l)elories Louise ouse ren's theatre will be offered for six weeks beginning June 19. Meeting twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays, the course will offer instruction in pantomime, role playing, pup- petry, improvisation, and the- atre performance. A backstage tour and attendance at a dress rehearsal of Gallery's summer musical, "Sweet Charity", are also a part of course instruc- tion. Classes will conclude with a recital to which parents, relatives, friends and the public will be invited. Two sections of the class will be offered with students between 7 and 10 years of age meeting from 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon and those 11 - 14 meeting from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Instructor for both classes will be Sharon Coral dran~a instructor at McMinnville High School. Enrollment in each class will be limited to a maximum of 15 participants. Students may pre-register by calling the theatre at 472-2227 during the hours of 1-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. graduate Eisele, B.S. agriculture; Carol Jane Anderson, B.S. business (with high scholarship). Willamina: Ilona June Fry, B.S. science; Rodney Kent Fillible, B.A. education; and Charlie Idyk, B.S. education. Bouquet is placed on flagpole during Memorial Day service in Sheridan on Monday to honor veterans, especially those who died in battle. Members of local Veterans of Foreign Wars post participate in gun salute during Memorial Day service at Sheridan cemetery. Rev. Gerald McCray gave the invocation. Willamina High School musicians Eddie Brickell and Elton Kikuta played taps. i~ %/il ~ Flowers and U.S. remembered the cemeteries. Flag show that somebody war dead buried in local ~.reereation re rt %law N at i;oP~n :1 392-3161 All camp- of Lake are are two Pack-Out Those Rocky out what Lake ~ Pioneer maintained, have not Portion of the Information area can be the Hebo are pre- maintained. going district, Urged to use on all Forest A first-aid immedi- Buggy signed 487-4811 MI camp- Ranger Opened and lPles camp- trees that down and away by You may trail in has and is e excellent for the camper who likes to take an evening stroll. Reconstruction of the Marys Peak trail will begin about June 1, and we hope to have it completed by August 1. Maintenance has not started on the other trails in the District, but most are passable as long as the hiker uses caution when traveling. Roads: All main roads on the District are open and maintained. Road No. 1504 has just been paved and is open for public use. There is extensive logging traffic on weekdays on Forest Service Roads 58002, 350002, and 330500. Motorists are urged to use caution when traveling these roads on weekdays. Fishing: The Alsea River has recently been stocked and fishing is good. Five River, Cougar, Panther, and Falls Creek will be stocked in a few weeks and fishing is fair to poor. For more information and stocking schedules, check with the Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Corvallis. Fire Danger: Fire danger is low, but we still ask rec- reationists to please be careful with your fires and take the added precautions for a safe fire. Special Items: Firewood permits are available at the Alsea Ranger Station for the area around Forest Service Road 3417. The Ranger Station is located on Highway 34, about 1 mile west of Alsea and is now open on Saturday for wood permits and other information. OREGON DUNES NATIONAL RECREATION AREA Office Hours: Sunday - Saturday, 7:45 to 4:30 Telephone: (503) 271-3611 Campgrounds: Presently open Campgrounds are Tyee, Lodgepole, Lagoon, Waxmyr- fie, Driftwood, West Carter, East Carter, Tahkenitch South, and Mid Eel. Special Items: NRA to be on the Tube -- June 16 ' Bud Beachwood, from KOIN Channel 6 in Portland, has been working with various NRA folks to produce a documentary on the NRA, its resource values, recreational uses and management philo- sophies. Bud has been filming ORV's in action, visited with our eloquent Law Enforcement people and the illustrious Ranger, shot a few frames of a recently beached whale, and caught some scenes of the dunes in the winter. It has been good working with Bud. His thoroughness and quick ability to get to the heart of a subject is ap- plaudahle. The program will be aired on Saturday, June 16, Channel 6 (KOIN), at 5:30 p.m. WALl)PORT RANGER DISTRICT Office Hours: Monday Friday, 7:45 to 4:30 Telephone: (503) 563-3211 Campgrounds: Rock Creek and Cape Perpetua Camp- grounds will open on May 25. All other sites are open now. The Tenmile Campground has been moved to a beautiful spot one half mile closer to the ocean. For a more primitive camping experience, one might consider this area. Pit toilets, tables, and fire rings are provided. There is im- mediate access to Tenmile Creek and there is a nature trail into an old-growth forest, The play area of the Canal Creek Campground is sporting a new crop of tender and young grass. This has resulted from the repair of some inconsiderate use in late winter and spring. Heavy use on the areas of new grass should be avoided. Winter road closure to the ~neadow and orchard area is planned to reduce vehicle damage when soils are wet. Foot access will be provided at all times, however. Special Items: A new facility, Lanham Bike n' Hike Campground, is now open and available for persons hiking and bicycling along Highway 101. Access is via a ~A mile trail located at the south end of the Rock Creek bridge in Lane County. This facility was constructed by the Angell Job Corps, from Yachats, Oregon. A composting toilet has been installed, so users are asked not to feed it cans and bottles, etc. which are not compatible with its digestive system. Tillicum Beach and Cape Perpetua Campgrounds will be served by official volunteer Campground Hosts for the summer season. Please stop by and get acquainted with these fine and generous people[ MAPLETON RANGER DISTRICT- no report Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 to 4:30 Telephone: (503) 268-4473 res Public comment on a draft report on the nation's renew- able resources will be accepted through Friday, June 8, according to Forest Service Regional Forester R.E. (Dick) Worthington. Public response will be a key consideration in developing the recommended program to be submitted to Congress in repor January 1980, Worthington said. The draft report is an updated version of an assess- ment and program prepared in 1975, and is required by congress to help provide a base for developing long-term programs to meet the nation's renewable resource needs. The report and supporting documents also help guide the Trudy Beiwood, 9, of Sheridan w s, s t,he win.nero[ l the "Salute to Women co,u,,-v ,.,, ...... " published May 10 in the Sheridan Sun. Her prize is a $20 gift certificate. ea line near administration and Congress in its annual deliberations of the Forest Service budget. Rising prices for goods and services obtained from wood, water, outdoor recreation and other renewable resources will have adverse economic, social and environmental effects unless we stop using these resources faster than we renew them, Worthington said. "Everything the Forest Ser- vice does in the next several decades will be tied to this long-range plan and subse- quent updating," the Regional Forester added. The report, available at Forest Service offices throughout Oregon and Washington, describes five feasible alternative program directions for the Forest Service and discusses a number of forestry policy issues. The final recommend- ed program may be one of the alternatives, a modified ver- sion of an alternative, or a 6 combination of one or more. Flower Basket's I Get your graduation bouquetg and boutonnieres at the Flower Basket. Boxers Four boys from the S.W.G. Boxing club traveled to Eu- gene Saturday May 19 to participate in the Junior Olympics Boxing Tournament. Scotty Ohmer won an unapposed gold medal. Shawn Dalton and Robert Schmidt compete won silver medals and Sam Tuck won a bronze medal. Coaches Merle Olsen and Allen Warnicke accompanied the boxers. The Boxing Club traveled tO Salem May 28 to perform at the State Penitentiary along with other clubs. Come in and meet new owners Mary and Renny Otjen.