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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 The Nugget Newspaper, Sisters, Oregon
Community Men’s Breakfast
All men in Sisters Country are
invited to a FREE breakfast at
Sisters Community Church,
to be held at 7:30 a.m. on
Saturday, February 25. For
more information, please call
Cort Horner at 541-771-2634 or
Rick Cole at 541-420-6934.
All Veterans Invited!
Sisters VFW Post 8138 and
American Legion Post 86 will
meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,
March 1 at Sisters City Hall
(and the fi rst Wednesday of
each month, same time and
location). All veterans in the
Sisters area are encouraged
to join! For info call Lance
Trowbridge at 541-903-1123 or
Bill Anttila at 541-549-1132.
Chili Feed for Veterans
The 4th annual Chili Feed
honoring Sisters-area veterans
will be held at the Sisters Fire
Hall on Saturday, March 11
from noon until 3 p.m. All
veterans and their families
are invited to this FREE feed,
hosted by Ronnie & Susie
Frigulti. Please RSVP if planning
to attend: call 541-549-1089 or
Benefi t Auction
Sisters Christian Academy will
hold its annual benefi t auction
on Friday, March 17 at 6 p.m.
at FivePine Conference Center.
This year is “An Evening in the
Highlands” and includes hearty
appetizers; no-host bar; and
silent, live, and dessert auctions
with incredible items. Tickets
are $35 per person and tables
of 10 may be reserved. For
tickets or more information call
the school at 541-549-4133.
Help for Veterans
American Legion Post 86
Service Offi cer Tom Barrier is
available to veterans seeking
assistance with the Veterans
Administration. Those needing
help applying for disability
benefi ts, with vision or hearing
appointments or enrollment
should call Tom at 541-
408-5594. Please note: No
questions are insignifi cant!
Shelter Seeks Volunteers
Sisters Cold Weather Shelter is
open and there is a great need
for volunteers! You may sign up
to volunteer on the Facebook
page or leave a message at
541-639-7321. In February the
shelter is at the hangar at Sisters
Community Church (with
the easiest access at 15211
McKinney Butte Rd., just north
of Sisters Christian Academy). It
is open from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.,
all nights in February and
selected nights in March. The
message phone will also be
updated by 2 p.m. every day.
Showing of “Screenagers”
The Sisters School District
invites the community to a
presentation of a fi lm about
growing up in the digital age,
“Screenagers.” It will show
on Tuesday, February 28 at
6 p.m. at Sisters High School
and is sponsored by The
Roundhouse Foundation. The
event is free with a donation to
the Sisters Kiwanis Food Bank,
Family Access Network, or the
Sisters Cold Weather Shelter.
Questions? Call 541-549-2099.
Spinners/Weavers Group
The Central Oregon Spinners
and Weavers Guild will meet at
the Sisters Library on Saturday,
February 25 from 1 to 4 p.m.
The discussion will focus on
tools of the weaving trade. All
fi ber enthusiasts are welcome!
For additional information,
please call 541-639-3217.
Child Car Seat Checkup
The Sisters-Camp Sherman
Fire District will hold a child
car seat checkup on Saturday,
March 18, from 10 a.m. to
noon at the Sisters Fire Hall.
Nationally certifi ed technicians
will check your child’s seat for
any recalls, as well as proper fi t
and installation, and caregivers
may receive help installing
their car seat. No appointment
is necessary; plan on at least
20 minutes per seat. For more
information call 541-549-0771.
Shrove Tuesday
Pancake Supper
On Tuesday, February 28 from
5 to 7 p.m., the annual Shrove
Tuesday Pancake Supper at
the Episcopal Church of the
Transfi guration will include
buttermilk, plain, and blueberry
pancakes with a variety of
syrups, sausage, homemade
applesauce, and orange
juice, coffee and tea. All are
welcome! Cost is $4 for adults;
$2 for ages 4-12 (under age 4
are free); and $10 for a family
of four or more. Questions?
Cory Bradshaw, 503-428-3801.
Senior Lunches and More
Meet your fellow seniors at
the Sisters Senior Luncheon!
Lunch is served every Tuesday
at noon at Sisters Community
Church with a $3.50 suggested
donation for those over 60. The
espresso hour runs 11 a.m. to
noon, and BINGO is played
after lunch until 2:30 p.m. A
free blood pressure clinic is
offered the last Tuesday of the
month from 11 a.m. to noon.
For additional information,
please call 541-678-5483.
Bring on the Bling!
Sisters Kiwanis seeks donations
of jewelry – including costume
and broken pieces, watches
and more – for its annual
ond-day-only Antiques &
Collectibles Sale that will
be taking place this year on
Saturday, May 27. Jewelry may
be dropped off at Essentials,
located at 492 E. Main Ave.
Note that your donation is tax-
deductible! For information call
Leart at 541-410-2890.
Join the Choir!
Calling all singers! The Sisters
High Desert Chorale and
Director Connie Gunterman
seek shower singers, road trip
singers, radio singers ... ages
15 to 115. The fi rst practice
is Monday, March 20, 6:30
to 8:30 p.m. at The Episcopal
Church of the Transfi guration,
68825 Brooks Camp Rd. (and
every Monday at that time),
with a concert in late May.
Church doors open at 6:10 p.m.
Bring a plain black three-ring
binder, pencil, and water. Info: or
call Connie at 541-588-0362.
of the Week
cat of the Week dog
Humane Society of Central Oregon
Friends Book Corner
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.
AMY is a beautiful, very sweet
13-year-old short-haired kitty
looking for her retirement home.
Amy is such a loving girl! She is
hoping to fi nd someone who will
give her lots of affection and a
cozy place to curl up. She would
also prefer to be the only cat in
the home. If you are looking to
share your heart and home with a
sweet older gal, come meet Amy!
Be A Host Family
Francois’ Workshop
… is for FREE pets seeking homes and LOST & FOUND animals.
The information is published free by The Nugget Newspaper.
FREE CAT: Stray, white female cat is free to a good home
(no owner was found; she is not microchipped). She is OK
with cats and dogs; allergies prevent us from keeping her.
Please call 541-904-5498 if interested.
Lost pets? Contact the Humane Society of Central Oregon (Bend), 541-
382-3537; BrightSide Animal Center (Redmond), 541-923-0882; Deschutes
County Animal Control, 541-388-6596; Sisters Veterinary Clinic, 541-549-
6961; Black Butte Veterinary Clinic, 541-549-1837; Broken Top Veterinary
Clinic, 541-389-0391. And
March calendar
Animal Adventures with
High Desert Museum
On Tuesdays, March 7 and
March 21 at 11:30 a.m., the
High Desert Museum presents
live animals, stories, and crafts
at the Sisters Library for kids
ages 3 and older. Limited to 30
children; parents or caregivers
must attend. 541-312-1072.
Downloading eBooks
On Wednesday, March 8 from
9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Sisters
Library, you can learn how to
use OverDrive to download
eBooks and audio books. No
registration is required. For
more info call 541-312-1072.
Teen Tech Week
On Friday, March 10, 3:30 p.m.
at the Sisters Library, ages 12
to 17 are invited to create and
explore virtual landscapes with
Google Stree View. Registration
is required in person at the
library, or at 541-312-1072.
Central Oregon Flora
At the Sisters Library on
Wednesday, March 15 at noon,
local author LeeAnn Kriegh
discusses the flora & fauna in
our backyards. Her book, “The
Nature of Bend,” looks at more
than 350 plants and animals
found in Central Oregon. Free!
Info, call Liz at 541-312-1032.
The Library Book Club
You can fi nd great buys on an
excellent collection of gently
used books at the Friends Book
Corner! Open Tuesdays and
Saturdays from 1 to 3 p.m., it
is located on the north side of
the Sisters Library, next to the
book drop. Proceeds go toward
support of the Sisters Library.
For information call Lynne
Wood at 541-588-6077.
ASSE International Student
Exchange Programs seek local
host families for international
students, ages 15 to 18. They
are conversant in English,
academically selected, and
desiring to be a part of family
activities and responsibilities.
For info call 800-733-2773 or
go online to
Let KAHVE teach you how to
have fun! A happy, friendly boy,
he’s an adorable softy who loves
to be involved in daily life. Kahve
is a little over 2 years old and has
the unrivaled energy of a puppy;
he loves to zoom around the
backyard. He seeks a new home
where he can continue learning.
Kahve is a large mixed breed who
does great with dogs smaller than
himself. Come meet him today!
Lego® Block Party
Build! Read! Play! On Friday,
March 31 from 10 to 11 a.m.,
kids are invited to the Sisters
Library to join other builders
and a gazillion Legos! For more
information call 541-312-1072.
Open Computer Lab
Every Tuesday from 10 a.m.
to noon at the Sisters Library,
all are welcome to practice
computer skills and get help
with problems at the open
computer lab. 541-312-1072.
Family Fun Story Time
Read and discuss “Homegoing”
by Yaa Gyasi with other
thoughtful readers at the Sisters
Library on Wednesday, March
22. The book club runs from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Questions?
Contact Paige at 541-617-7078
541-480-9658 aliofsisters
Family Fun Story Times for kids
ages birth through 5 take place
at the Sisters Library Thursdays
at 10:30 a.m. and feature songs,
rhymes and crafts. Caregivers
must attend. 541-312-1072.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (ELCA)
386 N. Fir Street • 541-549-5831
10 a.m. Sunday Worship
The Episcopal Church of the Transfi guration
68825 Brooks Camp Road • 541-549-7087
8:30 a.m. Ecumenical Sunday Worship (Sunday school, childcare)
10:15 a.m. Episcopal Sunday Worship (Sunday school, childcare)
Sisters Community Church (Nondenominational)
1300 W. McKenzie Hwy. • 541-549-1201
10 a.m. Sunday Worship (with signing) |
Sisters Church of the Nazarene
67130 Harrington Loop Road • 541-389-8960 |
10:45 a.m. Sunday Worship |
St. Edward the Martyr Roman Catholic Church
123 Trinity Way • 541-549-9391
5:30 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass
9 a.m. Sunday Mass
8 a.m. Monday-Friday Mass
Calvary Chapel (Nondenominational)
484 W. Washington St., Ste. C & D • 541-588-6288
10 a.m. Sunday Worship
New Hope Christian Center (Assembly of God)
222 Trinity Way • 503-910-9069
10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship
Chapel in the Pines
Camp Sherman • 541-549-9971
10 a.m. Sunday Worship
Westside Church | Sisters Campus
442 Trinity Way • 541-382-7504 |
9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday Worship
Vast Church (Nondenominational)
1700 W. McKinney Butte (Sisters High School) • 541-719-0587
9:37 a.m. Sunday Worship |
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
386 N. Fir Street • 541-595-6770, 541-306-8303
11 a.m. Saturday Worship
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
68885 Trinity Way • Branch President, 503-932-2401;
R.S. President, 541-549-4499. 10 a.m. Sunday Sacrament Meeting
Baha’i Faith Meetings
Devotional Gatherings, Study Classes and Discussion
Groups. Call for location and times • 541-549-6586
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