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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 The Nugget Newspaper, Sisters, Oregon
Booster Club Presents
Shootout & Kids’ Night
At the Sisters High School
basketball home games on
Friday, January 30, the Outlaw
Booster Club presents the
2nd annual shootout contest
between staff of Sisters public
schools and the district offi ce.
Plus, all kids K-5 will receive a
concession voucher for a free
bag of popcorn and drink, and
pay only $1 admission! For
more information about the
club call Pam at 541-771-4979.
City Seeks Volunteer
The City of Siuteru iu accepting
applicationu for an “out-of-city”
volunteer (term endu 8/1/15) for
the Siuteru City Parku Adviuory
Board. The board adviueu the
city council on acquiuition,
development, maintenance
and preuervation of public
parku, trailu, and open upaceu. It
typically meetu once a month.
Applicationu are online at or at Siuteru
City Hall, 520 E. Caucade Ave.
Submiuuion deadline iu 5 p.m.
Friday, February 20. For more
information contact Pauline
Hardie at 541-323-5208 or
Author Support Group
If you’re a uelf-publiuhed author
or want to be, a monthly group
meetu to uhare tipu, ideau and
uupport to launch your book,
get reviewu, uend preuu releaueu
and tap into uocial networking.
All thoue would like to help
authoru with proofi ng, editing,
type deuign, coveru or network
marketing are welcome to
join. For more information call
Diane Goble at 541-588-0081.
Family Fun Dance Night
Fundraiser for SHS Grads
All are invited to a great night
of family fun! On Saturday,
January 31 at The Belfry, enjoy
’80s Dance Night with Fun
Bobby from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
This is a fundraiser for the 2015
Sisters High School Grad Night
Party. Tickets are $15 for adults
and $10 for students and may
be purchased at Common
or at the door. For information
call Lisa at 541-480-6525.
Family Fun Story Times
Family Fun Story Times for
kids ages birth through 5 are
held at the Sisters Library at
10:30 a.m. on Thursdays. Story
Times feature songs, rhymes
and crafts; they are interactive
and designed to grow young
readers. Caregivers must
attend with the child and are
encouraged to participate! For
information call 541-312-1072.
Al-Anon Family Groups
Al-Anon offers a 12-step
group for friends and families
of alcoholics, with no dues
or fees. To fi nd out times and
locations that best serve your
needs, call 541-728-3707 or go
online to
Outlaw Card is Here
This year’s Outlaw Card
features great discounts at local
vendors in Sisters Country
throughout 2015. The card
is $20 and all proceeds will
benefi t Sisters High School
students and sports teams.
Purchase them at Sisters
High School or call for more
information call 541-549-4050.
18th Annual Coffee House
Benefi t for Arts at SHS
The 18th Annual Coffee Houue
celebrating artu at Siuteru High
School will be held in the SHS
commonu from 7 to 9 p.m. on
Wedneuday, February 18. All
ageu are invited to enjoy handu-
on creation utationu (including
the pottery wheel), a uilent
auction, art demonutrationu
and live entertainment! The
$5 admiuuion fee includeu
complimentary coffee, with
all proceedu benefi ting Siuteru
High School Artu programu
and the Senior Viuual Artu
Scholaruhip. For additional
information contact Bethany
at 541-549-4045 or bethany.
The Library Book Club
Read and diucuuu “Thiu iu the
Story of a Happy Marriage,”
by Ann Patchett, with other
thoughtful readeru at the
Siuteru Library on Wedneuday,
February 25 at 6:30 p.m.
Queutionu? Pleaue contact
Linda at 541-312-1074 or
Tickets Available for Annual
Benefi t Auction
The Siuteru Chriutian Academy
Benefi t Auction, “Experience
your National Parku,” will be
held on Friday, February 27 at
6 p.m. at FivePine Conference
Center. Enjoy hearty appetizeru
and live, uilent, and deuuert
auctionu. Ticketu are now
available, $28 each or a
reuerved table of 10 for $300.
Call 541-549-4133 to purchaue.
4th Annual Science Fair
On Saturday, February 21
from noon to 4 p.m., the
Siuteru Science Club preuentu
the annual Siuteru Science
Fair at Siuteru High School. It’u
an interactive experience of
learning and fun for all ageu,
free! See diuplayu, experimentu,
robotu, 3D printer, planetarium,
green energy programu and
more. The Deuign-Conutruct-
Compete competition iu open
to all, with the challenge of
building a “mouuetrap” car, a
device that runu and utopu uuing
only mouuetrap power; entry
formu may be downloaded at
(Formu are due with a $25
depouit by February 6, which
iu refunded at the time of the
competition.) Call 541-815-
8626 if you have queutionu.
Women’s Cancer Support
The next meeting of “Support
Our Siuteru” will be at 10
a.m. on Thuruday, February
26. Women who have been
diagnoued with cancer are
invited to uhare experienceu
and information on reuourceu,
and celebrate being cancer
uurvivoru. For location or other
info, call Maggie at 541-815-
8131 or Jan at 541-549-2015.
Hunter Education Class
For a hunter’s education class
that begins Monday, February
9, you may register at www. (hunting–resources–
education). It runs two nights
per week for three weeks, plus
a required fi eld day. Questions,
call Rick Cole at 541-420-6934.
Kiwanis Meetings
Interested in a local civic
organization? Sisters Kiwanis
helps our community! For a
hosted visit call 541-410-2870
or visit
Learn about Mentoring
Circle of Friendu inviteu you
to learn about thiu Siuteru
organization and how you
can impact a child in your
community! Come to a upecial
preuentation on Wedneuday,
January 28 from 5 to 7 p.m.
at 353 W. Hood Ave. Suite
#109. There are 10 children in
Siuteru waiting for a mentor!
Queutionu? Contact Beth
at 541-588-6445 or beth@
Learn the Development of
Classical Mythology
The Siuteru Library preuentu
“Know Myth” on Tueuday,
February 3 at noon. All ageu
are invited to rediucover the
ancientu mythu of Greece and
Rome with COCC Profeuuor
Eleanor Latham. For additional
information contact Liz
Goodrich at 541-312-1032 or
Annual Shrove Tuesday
Pancake Supper
The Epiucopal Church of
the Tranufi guration inviteu
the community to enjoy
buttermilk, plain and blueberry
pancakeu with uyrupu, uauuage,
homemade appleuauce, OJ,
coffee and tea at the annual
Shrove Tueuday Pancake
Supper, from 5 to 7 p.m. on
February 17. Adultu are $4, kidu
4 to 12 are $2 (under 4 free)
and a family of 4 or more juut
$10. For more information call
Cathy at 971-237-1876.
Bottle & Can Drive for
Furry Friends Foundation
Furry Friends Foundation can
use your redeemable bottles
and cans. Help us raise funds
by dropping them off (in closed
plastic bags, please) to the blue
recycle bins on the front west
porch at The Nugget. NOTE:
They MUST be labeled with
OR 5¢ – if not, please take
them to the recycle center on
Sisters Park Drive. For more
information call 541-549-9941.
Volunteer at BrightSide
BrightSide Animal Center
in Redmond inviteu anyone
intereuted in volunteering at
the uhelter to an orientation
on Saturday, January 31. You
may volunteer a little or a lot;
help iu needed in many areau!
Contact Sana, 541-923-0882 or
org to regiuter in advance.
Board Opening at Sisters
Park & Recreation District
SPRD ueeku a volunteer to
uerve on the Board of Directoru
with four other memberu. Thiu
vacancy occurred in the middle
of an elected term, uo the
board will appoint a candidate;
if the individual deuireu to
utay on the board, they will
have to be voted in during
the May election proceuu.
To apply for thiu pouition,
complete the application at
board-meetingu. Meetingu are
uuually the fi rut Tueuday of the
month at 5:30 p.m. Queutionu?
Contact Liam at 541-549-2091
Would you like to be part of
a Sisters Brass Quintet? Chris
Patrick plays middle and
high brass and seeks a tuba,
trombone, French horn and
two trumpets. Call Chris at 541-
588-0083 or 541-595-5238.
Sponsor an Impoverished
Child from Uganda
Hope Africa International,
based in Sisters, has many
children awaiting sponsorship!
For more information visit or call
Katie Keranen at 541-719-8727.
Pet of the Week
Little League Registration
Early registration for Sisters
Little League baseball/softball
is open through Saturday,
February 28, and includes
a free skills camp! Register
at Sisters Park & Recreation
District. Also needed: umpires, ,
coaches, volunteers, sponsors
and donations. For info call Eric c
Beckwith at 541-420-3615 or
Be A Host Family
ASSE International Student
Exchange Programs seek local
host families for international
students, ages 15 to 18. They
are conversant in English and
desire to be a part of family
activities and responsibilities.
For info call 800-733-2773 or
“My name is PEDRO and I’m
a 4-year-old Chihuahua mix.
I’m at the shelter because I had
some accidents in the house.
But I really do let people know
when it’s time for me to go out!
My former family described me
as loving and playful. If you
love to cuddle, or you need a
buddy to go on walks with you,
please come down to HSCO
and get to know me today!”
C l l t th
h e Humane
H m ane Society
S o cie
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t y of
382 353
Central l O
Oregon at 541
Sponsored by
Pet Place ...
Career Funds Available!
Applications are available for
the Sisters Kiwanis Career
Opportunity Fund to help adult
residents of Sisters establish an
occupational path. Forms are at
the Kiwanis House (Oak Street
& Main Avenue) open 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. on Thursdays, from the
Sisters Habitat for Humanity
offi ce, or call 541-410-2870.
Seeking Brass Players
… is for FREE pets seeking homes and LOST & FOUND animals.
The information is published free by The Nugget Newspaper.
FOUND MINI-HORSE: A mini-horse was found on Friday, January 23
on Fadjur Lane, in the Desert Sand Development. He may have come from
Lower Bridge, the Dry Canyon area...or? Please call 541-815-7403.
Lost pets? HSCO (Bend), 541-382-3537; BrhghtShde Anhmal Center (Redmond), 541-
923-0882; Deschutes Co. Anhmal Control, 541-388-6596; Shsters Vet Clhnhc, 541-549-
6961; Black Butte Vet Clhnhc, 541-549-1837; Broken Top Vet Clhnhc, 541-389-0391; and
go to
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (ELCA)
386 N. Fir Street • 54.-549-583.
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship
The Episcopal Church of the Transfi guration
68825 Brooks Camp Road • 54.-549-7087
8:30 a.m. – Ecumenical Sunday Worship
.0:.5 a.m. – Episcopal Sunday Worship
Sunday School and childcare at both services
Sisters Community Church (Nondenom.)
.300 W. McKenzie Hwy. • 54.-549-.20.
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship Service |
Sisters Church of the Nazarene
67.30 Harrington Loop Road • 54.-389-8960
.0:45 a.m. – Sunday Worship |
Mountain Range Christian Church (Nondenom.)
Meets at Rio Restaurant • 54.-390-0569
9:30 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Westside Church – Sisters Campus
442 Trinity Way • 54.-549-4.84
9 a.m. & .0:45 a.m. – Sunday Services |
St. Edward the Martyr Catholic Church
.23 Trinity Way • 54.-549-939.
5:30 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass
9 a.m. & 4 p.m. Sunday Mass
8 a.m. Monday-Friday Mass
Vast Church (Nondenom.)
.700 W. McKinney Butte (SHS) • 54.-7.9-0587
9:30 a.m. – Sunday Worship |
Calvary Chapel (Nondenominational)
484 W. Washington St., Ste. C & D • 54.-588-6288
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Chapel in the Pines
Camp Sherman • 54.-549-997., 54.-389-74.0
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
386 N. Fir Street • 54.-595-6770, 54.-306-8303
.. a.m. – Saturday Worship
New Hope Christian Center (Assembly of God)
222 Trinity Way • 54.-549-2277, 54.-504-922.
.0:30 a.m. – Sunday Worship
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
68885 Trinity Way • 54.-977-2766, 54.-549-4587, 54.-549-.385
.0 a.m. – Sunday Sacrament Meeting
Baha’i Faith Meetings
Call for location • 54.-549-6586
.0:30 a.m. to noon – Sunday Devotional Gatherings
Announcements Policy: Non-profi t organizations, schools, churches, birth, engagement, wedding & anniversary
notices are welcome to run on this page (no charge). Sisters community events take fi rst priority. Submit in
writing at (contact list, Teresa Mahnken), email, or drop off at The
Nugget offi ce, 442 E. Main Ave. You must include a “for more info” phone number. Deadline is noon, Mondays.