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6 The Sun, Wednesday, December 9, 2009 SWEET HOLIDAY G(00DNESS !i00iiiiiiiiill Photo by George Roberteon Peggy Boquist invites a closer look at the baked goodies offered for sale at the Good Shepherd Church's holiday bazaar last weekend. See Page 8 for a list of Holiday Happenings. Linfield fall commencement scheduled Dec. 20 Atotal of 111 candidates for degrees will be presented at the Linfield College fall com- mencement Sunday, Dec. 20, at 2 p.m. in the Ted Wilson Gym- nasium. There are 22 candidates for bachelor's degrees from the McMinnville Campus, 53 from the Portland Campus and 36 from the Division of Continu- ing Education. Jackson Miller, associate professor of communication arts and director of forensics, will present the commencement ad- dress, "'They Just Disappear': Free Speech and Learning in the Global Community." Closing convocation for the "/Specialize in First-Time Homebuyers / " Would you like to work with a lender who reall9 cares and goes the extra mile? Give me a call any time! l/ Janet Brice Loan Officer FHA Low Down USDA 0% Down Conventional VA Manufactured Homes Construction. Renovation More! '0ESTCORP MORTGAGE GROUP 503-931-1023 Cell 503-435-2087 Office 866-460-0495 Toll Free ML832 lid DENTURES? bies of 2009 Showcase your little one with a photo, birthdate and names of the proud parents! ONLV BABIES BORN IN 2009! All photos submitted will publish on Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009. Please mail or drop off the form below, baby photo and $15 to The Sun office by noon Friday, Dec. 18. Baby's Full Name Birthdate Birthplace Parents' Names REMEMBER to bring in a PHOTO! Cost is only $15 Deadline: Dec. 18 Publish: Dec. 30, 2009 The00Sun 136 E. Main St. RO. BOX 68 Sheridan, OR. 97378 503-843-2312 Portland Campus will be held immediately following com- mencement at 4:30 p.m. also in the Wilson Gyrrmasium. Prior to joining the Linfield faculty in 2001, Miller taught at Hofstra University and East- em Oregon University. He has a bachelor's in interpersonal communication and a master's in rhetorical criticism from Ohio University, and a Ph.D. in speech communication from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Miller's research interests include political rhetoric, performance theory, persua- sive communication and in- tercultural communication. His research has been pub- lished in "The Quarterly Journal of Speech, Text and Performance Quarterly" and "Communication Quar- terly." Miller is also a co- author of a forthcoming de- bate book in Spanish titled "Tolerancia Critica y Ciudadania Activa: Una Introduccion AI Debate Educative." ...... i,, ! .................... Seventh-day Adventist Churches Grand Ronde: 27860 Salmon River Hwy.; 503-879-5812. Sheri- dan: 940 W. Main St., 503-843-5i51. Services: Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Sabbath School, 11 a.m. Worship service. West Valley Chris- tian School, Grand Ronde, 503-879-5812. Pastor: Run Wearner. New Hope Christian Center of the Assemblies of God 919 SW 2nd, Sheridan. 503-843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Church & children's church 10:30 a.m. Evening service 6 p.m. Wednesday Family Night: Rainbows (ages 2-4), Missionettes (girls 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12), Youth group (teens) and adult Bible study, 7 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m. Women's Bible Study and fellowship. Sunday 5:15 p.m. non-denominational prayer meet- ing. Saturday 7:30 a.m. Men's Bible Study and fellowship. Every third Sunday of the month Potluck after Sunday morning service. M-W-F 9-11:30 preschool. Larry A. Dill, pastor. Web site: http:/ www.newhopeinchrist.com. Good Shepherd Catholic Church E. Main & Hill Street, Sheridan. 503-843-2206. Pastor: Fr. Terry 0'Connell. Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m. Information: 503-472-5232. St. Michael's Catholic Church Hwy. 22 & Grand Ronde Road, Grand Ronde. Pastor: Fr. Terry O'Connell. Sunday Mass 10:00 a.m. Information: 503-472-5232. Willamina Christian Church 200 S.E. Baker St., Willamina. 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. Crossroads Worship Center 330 S. Main St., Willarnina, OR 97396. Pastor Randall Long. 503- 876-4424. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Monday Men's 6 p.m. Tuesday Youth 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Adult & Kids 7 p.m. Home groups & College and Career groups, check website for more information: cwcag.net Emmanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA 315 S. Main, Willamina. 503-876-6844. Debra Lynn Carlson, pastor. Sunday worship service 10:30 a.m. WELCA 1 p.m. first Thursday. ........... Sheridan Mennonite Church 240 S.W. Madison, Sheridan. 503-843-3224. Pas- ...... ............. ....... tar Gary Nice, Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship ser- :: vice 11 a.m. Evening service 6 p.m. Wednesday :::: ....... evening Bible study and prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Sheridan United Methodist Church 234 N. Bridge Street, Sheridan. 503-843-2776. : Rev. Carol Swanson, pastor. Prayer service at the Parsonage at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. ........................ Open Door Community Church ::': ................................... 339 NW Sherman Street, Sheridan (the old Faulconer School building), 503-843- 6736, OpenDoorCC@gmail.com. Sunday Meeting, 10 a.m. During the week Home Meetings and ....... ........ Youth Happenings. Richard :" '::': Wenger, Lead Pastor. .. 'q! .:: To include your church listing in thisdirecto please ca11503-843-2312 $20,000 up for grabs through First Federal Community Rewards First Federal re-opened its 'First Federal Community Re- wards' program on Dec. 1, committing $20,000 to the pro- gram in their current fiscal year. The program is simple--for every hour a First Federal cus- tomer volunteers with a Yamhill County non-profit, First Fed- eral contributes $2 to the orga- nization. Volunteers track their time on Community Rewards time cards and submit them to their registered non-profit organiza- tion before the first of the month. Non-profits turn time cards for their organization in to any First Federal branch on or before the 1  of the month. The program remains open un- til the 10,000th volunteer hour is received, with all funds dis- tributed at the close of the pro- gram. There are currently 64 orga- nizations registered for the pro- gram, but program enrollment remains open for both organi- zations and customers. For complete program details, visit www.FirstFedWeb.com and click on Community Matters. In 1999, First Federal estab- lished a formalcommunity giv- ing program to support local nonprofit organizations. Since that time, they have donated more than $1.2 million to or- ganizations in Yamhill County. In addition to Community Re- wards, donations are made through the Customer Ballot, Scholarship and Community Grant programs, as well as through numerous local orga- nization and event sponsor- ships. First Federal also hosts annual Shred Day events and a community wide Volunteer Fair. Visit www.FirstFedWeb. cam for complete details on their various giving programs. Youth shelter program seeks Sheridan-area hosts SafeShelter at Youth Out- reach, a program of Yarnhill Community Action Partner- ship (YCAP), offers free, tem- porary emergency shelter to homeless teens ages 11-17 throughout Yamhill County. SafeShelter is seeking Host Homes in the Sheridan-Wil- lamina area to assist local teens for up to 15 days. SafeShelter will provide case management services with the goal of family reunification to teens in the program free of charge. Around the clock sup- port will be provided to the Host Home when a teen is placed. Host Home applicants will be required to pass a back- ground check, provide autobio- graphical information, and par- ticipate in regular trainings and support meetings. Certified pro- viders will receive a monthly stipend and a nightly allowance when youth are sheltered. If you have some extra room in your home, you can help make a difference by becom- ing a Host Home provider. Join us in helping families in the Sheridan and Willamina com- munities as we address the problems of homelessness by offering local teens a safe place to stay. For more information, con- tact Flora Richards-Gustafson, SafeShelter Coordinator at Youth Outreach, at 503-538- 8023 (office) or 503-550-9635 (cell). Or send an email to flora@yoservices.org for more information. ye Can Help! Full Upper & Lower Dentures Partials Relines Repairs Jon Stout Free Consultation Licensed Denturist McMinnville Denture Center HOURS: MON.- WED.- FRI. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. 145 E. 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