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Wednesday, May 27, 2015 The Nugget Newspaper, Sisters, Oregon
Harmony Farm Sanctuary
Fundraising Day
On Saturday, May 30 from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., all are invited
to a fun day at Harmony
Farm Sanctuary, 16054 Perit
Huntington Rd. This fundraiser
is to help the sanctuary obtain
their 501(c)(3) status as a rescue
farm for animals. Come enjoy
the open barn, petting zoo,
garage sale, chair massage, live
music and more, including a
silent auction from 10 a.m. to
noon. For more information
call Robine at 541-390-2769.
Quilt Raffl e for SHS Choir
The Sisters High School Choir
Program is raffl ing a dazzling
quilt, made and donated by
Susan Cobb. Purchase tickets
at the choir’s “Pop Show” at
Sisters High School at 7 p.m.
on Wednesday, May 27. The
quilt goes to the lucky winner
after the show! Questions?
Please call 541-777-7363.
Music, Movement & Stories
For ages 3 to 5, fun with music,
movement and stories will be
presented at 10:15 a.m. at the
Sisters Library on Saturday,
May 30. In addition to fun, it’s
a time for skills development.
Space is limited, so come early!
For more information call the
library at 541-312-1072.
First Aid Class
The next CPR/AED and First
Aid class, provided by the
Sisters-Camp Sherman RFPD, is
scheduled for Saturday, June 27.
Detailed information is online
at sistersfi; select the
CPR tab. You may also register
in person at the Sisters Fire
Hall, corner Elm & Washington.
Cost is $10 ($15 if you require
the AHA certifi cation card).
Class size is limited to 12
people, so register early.
Questions? Call 541-549-0771.
Career Funds Available
Kiwanis’ Career Opportunity
Fund provides fi nancial
assistance to start, augment, or
complete a career (vocational,
technical, artistic, general) and
is available to qualifi ed adults
over 25, residents of the Sisters
School District. Applications
are at the Habitat offi ce, FAN
offi ce, online at SistersKiwanis.
org, or call 541-410-2870.
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. They
MUST be labeled with OR 5¢
– if not, please take them to the
recycle center on Sisters Park
Drive. For info: 541-549-9941.
Call po Arpisps
Artists are invited to apply to
participate in the juried 2015
Dog Show by submitting high-
resolution images, sizes and
prices of local, original, dog-
themed art (two- and three-
dimensional pieces welcome).
Email images and detail to
Deadline is Monday, June 22.
For more info call 541-480-
9931. The show will run 7/24
to 9/24 at Sisters Art Works,
with artists’ reception July 24. A
portion of sale proceeds will go
to Furry Friends Foundation.
Cipy Seeks Two Planning
Commission Members
The City of Sisters is accepting
applications for two volunteers
for the Planning Commission;
an “in-city” and an “out-of-city
within Sisters School District.”
The commission reviews
major land-use applications
and advises the city council
on policies and changes to
the Comprehensive Plan
and Development Code.
Meetings are at 5:30 p.m. the
third Thursday each month.
Applications are at City Hall or
Send with résumé to Patrick
Davenport, Community
Development Director, P.O.
Box 39, Sisters, OR 97759.
Deadline is 5 p.m. on June 19.
Questions? Call 541-323-5219.
Free Smoke Alarm Check
The Sisters-Camp Sherman
RFPD will be visiting homes on
Saturday, May 30 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. to check and install
smoke alarms for free. The
target area will be older homes
located south of Hood Avenue
and east of Elm Street. For
more info call 541-549-0771.
Youth/Family Outdoor Day
Saturday, May 30, 8 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., the Oregon Hunters
Association presents a family
day to learn archery, compass
skills, shotgun shooting, bird
calls, wilderness survival, fi rst
aid, fl y tying, cooking and
more! Lunch is provided at the
Cyrus Ranch, 68395 Cloverdale
Rd. Cost is $10, with kids under
5 free. 541-388-7337, 541-480-
7323, or
Garden Fair at SES
The Sisters Elementary School
Garden Club hosts its 12th
annual fair on Saturday, June 6
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
school. Find fl ower baskets,
herbs, veggies and compost
worms for sale, in addition
to a silent auction, cake
walk, face painting, BBQ and
entertainment! All proceeds go
to the SES gardening program.
Info: Shannon, 541-549-7805.
hegister for FCA Camp
The 2015 Fellowship of
Christian Athletes Sports Camp
will be held June 23-27 at NW
Nazarene U. in Nampa, Idaho.
Grades 7-12 may sign up for
football, track, cross-country,
swimming, soccer, softball,
baseball, volleyball, wrestling,
lacrosse, tennis, basketball or
golf. Cost is $375 (golf $450)
and scholarships are available.
Register at Info:
541-815-1274 or
Youth Program Seeks Tack
Paso by Paso Equine
Rehabilitation and Educational
Program provides youth an
chance to work with horses.
They are in need of donations
of tack (pads, saddles, cinches,
bridles). If you can help,
please contact Linda Daniel
at 541-318-4829. For info on
this nonprofi t horse rescue
Seeking Crafpers
Quality-oriented crafters are
sought as consigners for this
year‘s Snowfl ake Boutique
(November 6 & 7). Jury is on
Saturday, May 30 at 9:30 a.m.
at Highland Baptist Church in
Redmond. For info: Tina, 541-
447-1640 or Jan, 541-350-4888
or snowfl
“Good Stuff” Sale!
Cub Scout Pack 139
A fundraising “good stuff”
sale for Sisters of the Heart
Ugandan women’s ministry will
be held Friday & Saturday, June
5 & 6 at Sisters Community
Church. The sale will run from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days with
great fi nds at great prices! For
more info call 541-549-1201.
Join the cub scouts! For boys
ages 1st grade up to age 7, Pack
139 invites kids and parents to
learn about scouting. Leader
Craig Ansell has great things
planned for the re-formed
pack; contact him with your
questions at 541-549-9459 or
503-510-5713 (cell after 2 p.m.).
Habitat Build in Kyrgyzstan
Sports Physical Night
Sisters Habitat for Humanity is
seeking adventurous volunteers
to join Jack and MaryAnne
McDonnell in Sept. 2015 for
a HfH International build-trip
to Kyrgyzstan. No building
experience is required, just
a desire to help a family in
need of a decent home while
learning each other’s culture!
Questions? Contact Jack or
MaryAnne at 541-549-6337 or
On Tuesday, June 9 from 5 to
7:30 p.m., sports physicals will
take place in the commons and
gym at Sisters High School and
are required for all incoming
freshmen, juniors, and middle
school students playing sports.
Parents must be present to sign
the form before students may
receive the physical. There
will not be a physical night in
August. Donations accepted.
Info: Tim Roth, 541-549-4045.
Fundraising Trail Rides
Digital Downloads Lab
On Saturday, June 6, a 9-mile
trail ride will begin at 9 a.m.
from Sisters Cow Camp,
with donations taken onsite
at registration for St. Jude’s
Children’s Research Hospital.
On Sunday, June 7, a poker
ride (8 miles) will also begin
at 9 a.m. $5 per hand with no
limit to number of hands. This
is a fundraiser for the Central
Oregon chapter of OET. Sisters
Cow Camp offers free camping
and plenty of parking! For
additional information, please
call Brenda at 541-388-3655.
Free Hearing Screening
Sisters Park & Recreation
District is partnering with
local hearing specialists to
provide free hearing screenings
on Monday, June 15 from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. If interested
in receiving this free service,
please call 541-548-5335 for an
appointment or for more info.
Volunteer with Habitat!
Positions are available in the
Sisters Habitat ReStore, Thrift
Store, and at the construction
site. Enjoy fl exible schedules in
a fun environment and work
with a great organization that
helps hard-working folks attain
affordable homeownership.
Volunteer orientations take
place at the Sisters Habitat
offi ce (above the Thrift Store at
141 W. Main Ave.) the 1st and
3rd Wednesday each month at
noon. RSVP at 541-549-1193 or
On Wednesday, June 10 from
9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Sisters
Library, a free open lab is
offered where you can get help
on eReaders, eBooks, digital
music, magazines and more.
Space is limited, so registration
is recommended in person at
the library or call 541-312-1072.
Story Times Begin in June
Family Fun Story Times at the
Sisters Library for ages birth
through 5 will begin again on
June 11 at 10:30 a.m. and run
every Thursday at that time
through August 6. They feature
songs, rhymes and crafts.
Caregivers must attend with the
child; for information call the
library at 541-312-1072.
Cancer Support Group
“Support Our Sisters” meets
the fourth Thursday each
month, with the next meeting
on May 28 at 10 a.m. Women
who have been diagnosed with
cancer are invited. For location
or additional information,
please call Jan at 541-549-2015.
Spinners/Weavers Group
The Central Oregon Spinners
and Weavers Guild will meet at
the Sisters Library on Saturday,
June 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. All
fi ber enthusiasts are welcome
to attend! For additional
information call 541-639-3217.
Pet of the Week
Win hodeo Tickets!
The SHS Grad Night Party
Committee is raffl ing four
tickets to the 1 p.m. Sunday,
June 14 performance at Sisters
Rodeo. $1 each or $5 for six.
All proceeds go to the Drug-
and Alcohol-free All-night Party
for the SHS senior class of
2015. Buy at Common Threads
or call Rosie at 541-390-6917.
Seeking Brass Players
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.
Benefi p for Bapple Buddies
Battle Buddies of Central
Oregon recruits and trains
service dogs with veterans
who have service-related PTSD
or other injuries. On Sunday,
June 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
a fundraising Shearing Festival
will be held at Crescent Moon
Alpaca Ranch, 7566 N. Hwy.
97, Terrebonne and will include
a BBQ lunch, live music and a
raffl e. For info: 541-306-9882.
ALICE is a beautimul .-year-old
who was brought to the shelter
amter being a long-time stray. Not
much is known om her past, but
she would do best in a quiet home
where she can get acquainted
with her new mamily at her own
pace. She’s a wondermul girl and
would love to meet you! Im Alice
sounds just right mor your mamily,
come to the shelter and get to
know this sweet kitty today!
Call the Humane Society of
Central Oregon at 541-382-3537
Broken Top
Veterinary Clinic
Sfepferd of tfe Hills Lutferan Cfurcf (ELCA)
386 N. Fir Street • 54.-549-583.
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Tfe Episcopal Cfurcf of tfe 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 Cfurcf (Nondenom.)
.300 W. McKenzie Hwy. • 54.-549-.20.
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship Service |
Sisters Cfurcf of tfe Nazarene
67.30 Harrington Loop Road • 54.-389-8960
.0:45 a.m. – Sunday Worship |
Mountain Range Cfristian Cfurcf (Nondenom.)
Meets at Rio Restaurant • 54.-390-0569
9:30 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Westside Cfurcf – Sisters Campus
442 Trinity Way • 54.-382-7504
9 a.m. & .0:45 a.m. – Sunday Services |
St. Edward tfe Martyr Catfolic Cfurcf
.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 Cfurcf (Nondenom.)
.700 W. McKinney Butte (Sisters High School) • 54.-7.9-0587
9:37 a.m. – Sunday Worship |
Calvary Cfapel (Nondenom.)
484 W. Washington St., Ste. C & D • 54.-588-6288
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Cfapel in tfe Pines
Camp Sherman • 54.-549-997., 54.-389-74.0
.0 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Seventf-Day Adventist Cfurcf
386 N. Fir Street • 54.-595-6770, 54.-306-8303
.. a.m. – Saturday Worship
New Hope Cfristian Center (Assembly of God)
222 Trinity Way • 54.-549-2277
.0:30 a.m. – Sunday Worship
Tfe Cfurcf of Jesus Cfrist of Latter-Day Saints
68885 Trinity Way • 54.-977-2766, 54.-549-4587, 54.-549-.385
.0 a.m. – Sunday Sacrament Meeting
Bafa’i Faitf Meetings
Devotional Gatherings, Study Classes and Discussion
Groups. Call for location and times • 54.-549-6586
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