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12 The Sun, Wednesday, June 26, 1991 Events added to ,.luly 4th fest The logging show is back and gold panning demonstrations, a raf- fle anda sports card show have been added to a full day of activities planned by organizers of Willa- mina's old-fashioned family Fourth of July celebration. In addition, teams are signing up to compete in bucket brigade com- petition as part of the annual fire- men's muster sponsored by the Wlllamina fire department. Entertainment by country-western singer Geronia Coyle, old-time rid- dlers and the Haymaker Cloggers round out the schedule, according to chairman Russ Worthington. The logging competition is the first in about five years, Worthington said. Under the direction of Russ Risseeuw, it will feature 12 events and will be held at the competition site near Huddleston Park. Registra- tion opens at 9 a.m. and competition starts at 10 a.m. "We're really glad to have the logging show back," said Worthing- ton. "We're proud of the skills and considering this might not go on much longer, we're proud to show them off." Gerald Schwalen will conduct hands-on gold panning demonstra- tions beginning at 10 a.m. near the fire hall. Interested people can learn gold panning techniques and have an opportunity to join the West Valley Miner's Council, according Schwalen's son Mike. The day will begin with the Kiwanis Club's all-you-can-eat pan- cake breakfast at Fendail Hall. In addition to hotcakes the menu includes eggs and ham. An 8K fun run from Sheridan, a horseshoe tournament, downhill coaster races, a softball tournament, an arm wres- tling tournament and the bucket brigade and logging competition are all scheduled for the morning hours. A avenger hunt, hole-in-one golf tournament, kids games, Lions Club barbecue, Barbie's Bingo Barn and the raffle will fill afternoon hours. Open all day will be the Wiila- mina museum, craft and food booths, an art show, a dunk tank, an Indian fried bread and crafts stand and the sports card show. Coyle will entertain from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Lions chicken barbecue. Old-time fiddlers will appear from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Red Apple Comer Market parking lot, and the Haymaker Cloggers from 4 to 5 p.m. in the same place. The July 4th parade, led by grand marshal Marine Cpl. Kirk Barnett, will roll at 6 p.m., marching through downtown Willamina to the high school. Theme of the parade is "An Old-Fashioned Fourth of July," and the parade is open to eve Those wishing to be judged I assemble in the Conifer parkilW no later than 5 p.m. Later "I can march, but they won't included in the judging. | Concession stands will o the high school stadium alx p.m. The Braids and Braves 7] dancers will entertain from 8:30 p.m., to be followed Haymaker Cloggers from 8:3 9:30 p.m. | Topping off the day, a f'trev[ show more than an hour 1011 scheduled to begin around 9:45 at the high school football fii TO ALL AMERICA Following is a list of events: Kiwanis pancake breakfast, FendaU Hall, 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. Horse shoe tournament. Huddleston Park, 9 a.m. 8K fun run, from Sheridan city park to Willamina. Register 8:15 a.m, begin af9 a.m. Softball tournament, high school, 9 a.m. Logging competition, near Huddleston Park. Regis- ter 9 a.m., begin 10 a.m. Downhill coaster races, Oaken Hills Drive. Register 9:30 a.m., race 10 a.m. Art show, AdArt Gallery, downtown. Opens 10 a.m. Bucket Brigade, near fire hall on C Street, 10 a.m. Craft and food booths, on B Street downtown, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Arm wrestling tournament, high school grand- stands, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. City museum, in former doctor offices at the edge of Red Apple Comer Market parking lot, I0 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dunk,lank, sponsored by West Valley Citizens for Timber, Red Apple Comer Market parking lot, 10 a.m. through the day. Gold panning demonstrations, 10 a.m. onward, between post office and fire hall. Sports card show, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., downtown. Indian fried bread and craft stand, Garden Spot park, from 10 a.m. Lions Club chicken barbecue, with entertainment, South Main and Barber Streets, noon to dusk. Barbie's Bingo Barn, in the plant and garden area outside Red Apple Comer Market, noon to 5 p.m. Scavenger hunt, noon. Starts at the fireworks stand. Hole-in-one go!f tournament, high school football field, 1 to 5 p.m. Kids games, high school, 2 to 4 p.m. Geronia Coyle, Lions Club barbecue, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Old-time fiddlers, Red Apple Comer Market park- ing lot, 1 to 3 p.m. Haymaker Cloggers, Red Apple Comer Market Parking lot, 4 to 5 p.m. Parade "An Old.Fashioned Fourth," Conifer lot to the high school, rolls at 6 p.m. Raffle, at Red Apple Comer Market lot following the parade. Tickets for $1 are available at Red Apple i Comer Market and Treasures from the Heart. A quilted wall hanging and a baby's quilt by Ruth Coblentz, two cords of wood donated by Elbert Allen, and a ceramic pitcher and bowl from Treasures from the Heart will be raffled. Braids and Braves square dancers, high school 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Haymaker Cioggers, 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., high school. Fireworks displa3 high school, approximately 9:45 p.m. Happy Birthday America! Benny's '[ 00tl,ern 161 NE Main St. Willamina 876-9972 r 10% Off Replacement Screen Doors for Patios s39,s for 6 ft. $4995 for 8 ft. We make and repair screens! SKYBERG HARDWARE 121N.E. Main Street Willamina 876-3092 FELTON'S IINSURANCE SALES P.O. Box 98 Willamlna, OR 97396 Phone (503) 876-9343 WILLIAM S. FELTON Homeowners /,\\; Medicare IRA Auto Life /,'2, "d,; m Business Fire Spectacular Value JULY 4TH SIDEWALK SALES July 4, 5 & 6 Come in & see our Tru-Colors Color Display with over 560 colors to choose from Weatherall Satin House & Trim $1 2 98 Reg $21.98 Sale Price ........  Come see our new Carpet Extractor WILLAMINA HARDWARE 105 Main Street  Phone: 876-2205 VIC'S " 876-2021 9 am to 2:30 am, Friday & Saturday 9 am to 3:30 am Enjoy the 4th of July holidays LEE ALGER MONIQUE ALGER MIKE ALGER WILLAMINA MEAT SERVICE P.O. Box 304 Hwy 18B 1/2 Mile East Willamina, OR 97396 Ph. (503) 876-2516 Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July ,,, Willamina 322 Main Street 876-2482 241 "C" Street UNOr_&L 0 Willamina, OR 97396 876-3282 RALPH JENNE Willamina Saw Service Husqvarna. Stihl. Poulan Pro. Shindaiwa P.O. Box 195 285 S. Main St. Chuck Pratt Willamina, OR 97396 876-2533 BRYANT'S CHEVRON SERVICE CENTER GREG HORNE, OWNER MAJOR & MINOR REPAIRS Brakes Batteries Tune-ups Chevron FOREIGN & DOMESTIC Tires New, Used, Recap ALL WORK GUARANTEED 876-6555 692 NE MAIN ST. WILLAMINA ,f See our many Craft Items On Sale! Check out Food Booth July 4th in the parking lot next door! Raffle Items for the Fourth of July committee will be on display in the store July 4th from 10-4. The drawing is July 4th after the parade. Raffle tickets here and Red Apple Corner Market. Full Service Florist & Gift Shop tmllpt Mary Allen 876-1122 lj L T ---' 180 NE Main, Willamina ''m= BaBoons, cards, house plants, stuffed animals incl. 'Googles' Open I0 am - 6 pm Monday-Friday 10 am - 4 pm Saturday Thursday, Friday & Saturday, July 4, 5 & 6 , PRICES o, on lots of items - don't miss our sidewalk sale specials/ Wednesday, July 3rd is Senior Day Come in for your free blood pressure check! 212 N.E. Main Street Phone 876-2112 Pharmacy 876-8652 Open 9 am to 6 pm Monday thru Saturday Serving the West Valley since 19741 We feel the choice of a pharmacy should be made as carefully as the choice of your doctor.