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100TH BIRTHDAY NeJs Briefs The Best Saw, The Best Pric( Photo by Scott Arany Buck Sims, 100, of Sheridan celebrated his centennial birthday recently. Born Sept. 26, 1912, Sims was joined by several generations of family members at the Deer Meadow Assisted Living Center. Births Born at Willamette Valley Medical Center, McMinnville: Marie Sage Varela, 7 lbs. 0 ozs., daughter ofEricka Latham and Aldo Varela, Grand Ronde, Sept. 26. Mason Antone Jerabek, 7 lbs. 4 ozs., son of Jennifer Craig and Paul Jerabek, Grand Ronde, Sept. 26. Senior Lunch Menus: Oct. 15-19 Monday: Ground beef & ziti pasta or sweet and sour chicken/ rice, whole kernel corn, marinated spring garden salad, multigrain roll, pears. Tuesday: BBQ smokehouse chop or southwest chicken breast, Lyonnaise potatoes, broccoli cuts, bran wheat roll, banana choco- late chip bar. Wednesday: Chicken salad or tuna salad half sandwich on wheat bread, minestrone soup, country slaw, applesauce. Thursday: Baked beef rigatoni or spinach cheese strata, mixed vegetables, tossed salad/ranch, white dinner roll, peaches. Friday: Garden chicken mini salad or potato/turkey ham mini salad on spinach Romaine, cream of broccoli soup, seven grain roll, orange whip. The Northwest Senior & Disability Services Agency offers noon mea/s in Sheridan at the United Methodist Church, 234 IV. Bridge St Meals are served at 11:30 elm. Monday through Fdday Anyone 60 or over and their spouse are welcome for fellowship and a hot, nu1Ti'ous meal. Home-delivered meals are available for home-bound seniors. A donation of $3 is suggested for the meals. Advance reserva- tions are required. For more information, carl 503-843-2000. A00psFA  "Best in the West and quite a ways East!" L ELJ_L I ]s755 sw nwy 181 MM, oa 9nxs 1503-472-4933 Pumphins, Gourds Winter Squash, Corn Stalhs Tomatoes, Sweet Corn Ig ,,Open 9 - 5:30 Daily I Thurs. at Farmer's Market ring, this wed.." I thee D!amonds, handpicked in Antwerp, Belgium Dave leaves for Antwerp October 23. Call today for appointment. , Wedding Sets   Wedding Bands ':i y Fine Gifts one stop for your wedding! We feature the largest selection of engagement rings, wedding bands, and attendant/ewelry. 428 E.Third Historic Downtown McMInnville I" W Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30 am- 5:30 pm Sat. 9am - 5pm  503-472-6812 -.sr lJ() wEtr" www.TMJmac,com Looking for DOCTOR? Our physician referral line has changed Please call 503.435.4575 Or visit wvmcweb.com 2700 SE Stratus Ave McHinnville, Oregon 503.472.5131 WILLAIqETTE VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER A discussion about food Nourish Yamhill Valley is inviting the West Valley community to a conversa- tion Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sheridan Japanese School about how food can make a difference in the community. Help identify resources, create solutions and define a vision for the local food system. The event is free and open to all, but RSVPs are required. For more information about the conversational meet- ing, contact Beth Satterwhite at beths@ yamhillcap.org, 503-687-1487, or Tricia Harrop, triciah@yamhillcap.org, 503- 883-4170. BBB Art studio tour this weekend The Art Harvest Studio Tour of Yamhill County celebrates its 20th year of hosting visitors in the homes and studios of 35 of Yamhill County's premier artists this year. The event continues this weekend, Oct. 12, 13 and 14. The self-guided tour has be- come a favorite family-friendly cultural experience. Visitors can meet artists, ask questions, and see demonstrations. School Menus: Oct. 15-19 Free breakfast for all students. All school meals include milk or fruit juice. WlLLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST Monday: No School - Student Reinforcement Tuesday: Ultimate breakfast bar, milk, juice, fruit. Wednesday: Cinnamon bun, milk, juice, fruit. Thursday: Morning mix-ups, milk, juice, fruit. Friday: PB&J,stdng cheese, milk, juice, fruit. WlLLAMINA SCHOOLS LUNCH All lunches include a vegetable and fruit salad bar. Monday: No School - Student Reinforcement Tuesday:. Hamburger gravy w/mashed potatoes or turkey/cheese on WW. Wednesday: Baja fish taco, Mexi rice or chicken nuggets. Thursday: Chicken chili w/corn bread or chef salad. Friday: Pepperoni pizza or ham and cheese on WW. FAULCONER-CHAPMAN SCHOOL BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, crackers, juice, milk Tuesday: Oatmeal chocolate chip bar, mandarin oranges, milk. Wednesday: Mini cinnamon rolls, apple, milk. Thursday: Blueberry muffin, string cheese, juice, milk. Friday: No school. FAULCONER-CHAPMAN SCHOOL LUNCH Offared daily: Main dish, vadety offmits/vegsCYoles, choo31a or 1% white milk. Monday: Chicken nuggets or beef taco salad or PB/honey sandwich. Tuesday:. Macaroni end cheese w/biscuit or ranch chicken wrap or ham and cheese sandwich. Wednesday:, Hamburger or spaghetti or PBJ sandwich. Thunlay: Chicken burger or o.ngnaforeed stick or turkoy/cheese sandwich. Friday: No school. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, cheese crackers, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast burrito, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Blueberry muffin, yogurt, fruit, milk. Thursday: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk. Friday: No school. SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH Served dally: Nonfat/low fat milk, whole grain breads, fruits/vegetables. Monday: Taco pocket or turkey and cheese sandwich. Tuesday: Mini corn dogs or ham and cheese sandwich. Wednesday: Chicken wrap or macaroni and cheese. Thursday: Egg salad sandwich or cheese burger. Friday: No school. Sandi ticker Insurance & Financial Services Agent FARMERS FINANCIAL SERVICES Auto Home Life Business Mutual Funds* = Variable Universal Life* Variable Annuities* IRKs and 401 (k)s* 529 College Savlrs Plans* Securities offered through Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC PO Box 6025, Agoura Hills, CA., 91301 (818) 584-0200 Member NASD 503-843-7300 www.i.surewithsa.di.com Fire Med Ambulance If you hove ever Membership been left with a large ambulance bill, this coverage is for you! The average ambulance transport costs $1375.00. Fire  covers the entire cost. For $60 only Per Year .... Per Family For an appl.ication, cal.t 503-843-2467 Or come by the Sheridan Fire District Office, 230 SW MRI St. Open Enrollment begins 9-1-2012, Ends 10-31-2012 You are invited to ME Fitness 00HOJSE Enjoy Door Prizes, Fun, Fitness, Friends & Healthy Snacks All Inclusive Membership: $45/mo. 1 year No Enrollment Fee, No dues until 11/15 Umited Membership: $35/mo. 1 yr contract $60 enrollment fee, No dues until 11/15 Month-to-Month All Inclusive $55/mo, No contract, $120 enroll, no dues 'tEl 11/15 Buy One, Get One Half Off! Memberships paid in full. Wednesday, October 10, 2012, The Sun 5 This celebration of the visual arts had its beginning 20 years ago when a group of artists sat around a table discussing their various styles of work. They were looking for a wayto invite their community neighbors into the lives ofworking artists. They believed that the public, particu- larly students, needed to know that there were artists living right next door doing beautiful and fascinating work. The idea behind the first Art Harvest Studio Tour re- mains the same today, but has grown to accommodate thou- sands of visitors from around the state and beyond. The in- formal, grass roots, non-profit organization is run largely by 5TIHL SALES. SERVICE ACCESSORIES Chain Saws. Brush Cutters BI0wers, Hedge Trimmers JBbRTHWEST I LO IN6 SUPPLY, INC. I 15031 472-4115 I I 2330 Stratus Ave. I volunteers, with support from participating individuals and business donors. U-pick pumpkins, gourds, mini pumpkins, Indian corn. apples CORN NRZE! " HAl t NRZE! FREE IIAY RIH$1 CALL TO RESERVE YOUR CORPORATE PARTY OR BIRTHDAY PARTY Weekends in October, starting Oct. 6 Open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Watch 3 PUMPKIN CANNONS fire every hour starting at 11 elm. GET A THRILL & ride "Ferdinand" the Fire Engine and the Grand Island Railroad. OCTOBER 20 & 21 7-9 p.m. FEATURING OUR HAYMAZE, HAUNTED CORN MAZE & ,SP.O0.1 HAY amE Costs for Fright Night: age 6 & under r~ $6 over age 6 - $9 - Includes pumpkin - (Kids under 12 need accompanying aault) BRING FLASHLIGHT! DIRECTIONS: Follow Hwy. 221 south approx. 7 miles from Dayton. turn left at Grand Island Junction, follow signs. Heiser larms 20900 Grand Island Loop SE Dayton, Oregon (503) 868-7512 www.heiserfarrns.corn Great gift ideas for the Holidays! Hadlne Stuck's famous Cinnamon Roils, Ham & Bean Soup and other great goodies. United Methodist Church Willamina Christian Church 200 S.E. Baker St., WiUamina. 503-876-2097. Pastor Don Shelton. Sunday services: Bible School 9:30 a.m., morning worship 10:45 a.m. Jr. Church for ages 3 through 5th grade. Nursery for ages up to 3 years. Sheridan Mennonite Church 240 S.W. Madison, Sheridan. 503-843-3224. Pastor Gary Nice. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship service 11 a.m. Evening ser- vice 6 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study and prayer meet- ing 7:30 p.m. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA 315 S. Main, Willamina. 503-876-6844. Sunday worship ser- vice 10:30 a.m. WELCA 1 p.m. first Thursday. Trinity Lutheran Church, LCMS 311 SE Schley St., P.O. Box 128, Sheridan, OR 97378. 503-843- 4747. Pastor Joel Pike. Sunday School for all ages 9 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. We welcome all visitors and look forward to meeting you. www.sheridanTLC.org. Good Shepherd Catholic Church 127 NE Hill Street, Sheridan. 503-843-2206. Deacon David Briedwell, Pastoral Administrator. Come celebrate with us. Sunday Mass 8:30 a.m. Reconciliation 30 minutes before Sunday Mass. Pinochle 2nd Sunday each month 1 p.m. in the Hall. Willamina Free Methodist Church 253 NED Street, Willamina. 503-876-4085. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sheridan United Methodist Church 234 N. Bridge Street, Sheridan. 503-843-2776. Pastor Ken Johnson. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Share Circle Wednes- day 5-6 p.m. Seventh-day Adventist Churches Grand Ronde: 27660 Salmon River Hwy., ;:: 503-879-5812. Sheridan: 940 W. Main St., 503-843-5151. Services: Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School, 11 a.m. Wor- ship service. West Valley Christian School, Grand Ronde, 503-879-5812. ' Pastor: Ron Wearner. New Hope Christian Center 919 SW 2nd St., Sheridan. Call 503- 843-3277. Online: http:// sheridannewhope.org. Pastor David Kennedy. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Wednes- day activities 7 p.m. Complete listings available online. Open Door Community Church 339 NW Sherman Street, Sheridan, 503-843-6736, OpenDoorCC@gmail.com. Sunday Meeting 10:15 a.m. During the week Home Meetings and Youth Happenings. Jim Cook, Lead Pastor.