The Observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1968-current, October 15, 2020, Page 19, Image 19

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    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020
114 Self-Help
Group Meetings
AL-ANON Attitude of Gratitude.
Wednesdays, 12:15-1:30pm.
Faith Lutheran Church.
12th & Gekeler, La Grande.
541-786-2051
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
Monday, Thursday, & Friday
at 8pm. Episcopal Church
2177 First St.
Baker City
Drug Problem? We can
help!
Narcotics Anonymous
Phone: 541-805-2229
www.neo-na.org
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
Tues., Noon - 1 PM
Due to the Library closure the
meeting is in the City Park
Call: 541-540-5326
Leave a Message
CELEBRATE RECOVERY
Calvary Baptist Church
Third & Broadway
Baker City, OR
EVERY THURSDAY
6:15 - 8:00 PM
LA GRANDE NOW HAS A
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS
MEETING!
Every Friday Night @5pm, 2107
Gekeler Ln, LG, Church of Christ
basement. For more info please
call 971-219-8411
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
Goin’ Straight Group
Meetings:
Mon., Tues. Thurs. & Fri.
Start at 8 PM
Episcopal Church Basement
2177 1st Street, Baker City
Someone’s
drinking a problem?
AL-ANON
Meetings available by phone
Info for Baker City Meetings
Call: 541-523-5851 or
509-261-0516
PEOPLE with PARKINSON’S
Caregivers, Family, Friends
SUPPORT GROUP
Contact Judith at
208-855-9199
Meetings resume @GRH
when restrictions ease.
THE OBSERVER & BAKER CITY HERALD — 3B
114 Self-Help
Group Meetings
BAKER COUNTY
AA MEETINGS
BAKER CITY
MONDAYS
Survivor’s Group
12 -1:00 pm
Baker Presbyterian Church
1995 4th St.
(4th & Court, Side Door)
TUESDAYS
K.I.S.S.
(Keep it Simple Sister)
12 - 1:00 pm
1645 Eldon St. Eldon Court
Apts Community Room
WEDNESDAYS
Survivor’s Group
12:05 pm
Baker Presbyterian Church
1995 4th St.
(4th & Court, Side Door)
THURSDAYS
Survivor’s Group
12:05 pm
Baker Presbyterian Church
1995 4th St.
(4th & Court, Side Door)
FRIDAYS
Been There Done That
(Grapevine Meeting)
5:30 -6:30 pm 2970 Walnut
(Corner of “D” & Grove St.)
Grove Apts. Community Rm
A.A. Book Study
6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS
As Bill Sees It Group
10:00 am 2970 Walnut
(Corner of “D” & Grove St.)
Grove Apts. Community Rm
SUNDAYS
Been There Done That
5:30 pm 2970 Walnut
(Corner of “D” & Grove St.)
Grove Apts. Community Rm
Questions call AA Hotline:
541-624-5117
www.oregonaadistrict29.org
UNION COUNTY
AA MEETINGS
LA GRANDE
AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP
(support for family & friends of
Alcoholics)
Tuesday evenings
Joseph Methodist Church
(basement on northside)
Joseph, OR
6-7pm. Contact 541-398-1398
MONDAYS
Primary Purpose Group
12 - 1:00pm
2620 Bearco Loop
AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP
(support for family & friends of
Alcoholics)
Tuesday evenings
Joseph Methodist Church
(basement on northside)
Joseph, OR
6-7pm. Contact 541-398-1398
TUESDAYS
Into Action Group
12 - 1:00 pm
Presbyterian Church
1308 Washington Ave.
(entry 6th & Spring St.)
ALZHEIMERS-DEMENTIA
Support Group meeting
2nd Friday of every mo.
11:30 am to 1:00 pm.
1250 Hughes Lane Baker City
Church of the Nazarene
(In the Fellowship Hall)
541-523-9845
AL-ANON
Meetings are in person
with social distancing
Help for persons who
have been affected by
someone else’s drinking
Saturday, 9 a.m.
NOCC - Nazarene Church
1250 Hughes Ln. ∙ Baker City
(541)519-7227 or (509)420-0495
WALLOWA COUNTY
AA MEETINGS
Enterprise
MONDAYS
∙ Enterprise Group
7:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
TUESDAYS
∙ Enterprise Group
12 - 1:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
∙ Enterprise Group
7 - 8:00 pm
(Big Bk Study)
113.5 E Main St.
WEDNESDAYS
∙ Enterprise Group
7:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
THURSDAYS
∙ Enterprise Group
12 - 1:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
∙ All Saints (Mens Mtg)
7:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
∙ Grapevine Meeting
301 S. Lake; 5:30 pm
Surrender Group
7 - 8:00 pm
2620 Bearco Loop
City of Elgin
Greater Elgin Group
7- 8 :00 pm
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
93 S 12 St., Elgin
Surrender Group
7 - 8:00 pm
2620 Bearco Loop
Island City
Soul Sister’s
5:30 p.m.
10801 Walton Rd.
Blue Springs Apartments
Community Room
Turning Point Group
7 - 8:15 pm
63161 Gekeler Lane
Fort Union Grange Hall
(Corner of McAllister &
Gekeler)
THURSDAYS
Surrender Group
7 - 8:00 pm
2620 Bearco Loop
City of Cove
Cove Group
7 - 8:00 pm
Baptist Church
707 Main St.
FRIDAYS
Primary Purpose Group
12 - 1:00 pm
2620 Bearco Loop
SATURDAYS
∙ Enterprise Group
7:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
City of Elgin
Elgin Group
(Winter only)
6:00 PM
70564 Valley View Rd
(in shop)
MONDAYS
∙ Grace and Dignity
(Womans Mtg)
Joseph United
Methodist Church; 6:00 pm
301 S. Lake St,
Corner 3rd & Lake/Side Stairs, Lake St
WEDNESDAYS
∙ Grace and Dignity
(Womans Mtg) 12 pm
301 S. Lake St.,
Church Basement
SATURDAYS
Surrender Group
10 - 11:00 am
2620 Bearco Loop
Grande Ronde Valley Group
7 - 8:00 pm
Presbyterian Church
1308 Washington Ave.
(entry 6th & Spring St.)
City of Wallowa
SUNDAYS
∙ Church of Christ
504 w. 2nd St.; 5:00 pm
SATURDAYS
∙ Church of Christ
504 w. 2nd St.; 12:00 pm
Questions call
AA Hotline:
541-624-5117
www.oregonaadistrict29.org
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
NEW MEETING ROOM!
During the COVID-19 Social
Distancing the meetings are
held by telephone.
Fridays @ 8:45 AM
For Information Call
541-523-5128
Leave a Message
Are You Looking For
A New Direction?
CATHERINE CREEK
PROPERTY MGMT
A.C.T.S.
La Grande, OR
541-605-0430
Alcohol Chemical Treatment Series
www.catherinecreekpm.com
Meetings at:
Lighthouse Church
10501 W 1st Street
Island City, OR 97850
Tuesdays @ 7PM
Just starting up in a business of
your own? A good way to tell
people about it is with a low-cost
classified ad.
115 Community
Calendar
ROTARY CLUB
of Baker City
Meets every Monday
Sunridge Inn ∙ Noon - 1 PM
AMERICAN LEGION
Meets at the 41 Club @ 6 PM
1st Thursday of every month
2129 2nd St. ∙ Baker City, OR
PINOCHLE
Fridays at 6:30 p.m.
Senior Center
2810 Cedar St.
Public is welcome
Kiwanis Club of Baker City
Tuesday at 12:00 PM
Sunrige Inn Restaurant
1 Sunridge Lane
For more information call:
(541) 523-6027
POWDER RIVER
SPORTSMAN’S CLUB
Meets 1st Tuesday
of every month
8th & Broadway, Baker City
6 PM - Pistolettes
7 PM - Regular Membership
VETERANS of FOREIGN
WARS POST 3048
MONTHLY MEETING
2nd Thurs. of the month
Post & Auxilary meet at
6:30 p.m. at Vets Club
2005 Valley Ave., Baker City
541-523-4988
181 Lost & Found
LOST:
Wedding
ring
in
La Grande at Wal Mart. Distinct
navajo
design.
REWARD!
(541)523-3119
SUNDAYS
Miracles Meeting
10 - 11:00 am
2620 Bearco Loop
Questions call
AA Hotline: 541-624-5117
www.oregonaadistrict29.org
Classifieds get results.
Check out our classified ads.
A PLUS RENTALS has
Storage Units Available.
• 5x12 $30/mo
• 8x8 $25-$35/mo
*Plus Deposit*
1433 Madison Ave or
402 Elm St. LG
541-910-3696.
Close to Downtown & EOU
Studio, most utilities paid. No
smoking/No pets, coin-op laun-
dry. $400/mo, $350 dep. 541-
910-3696.
Do You Need Help?
Are You Lonely?
628 Storage Space
606 Apartment
Rentals
Union Co
CLOSE TO EOU, 1 Bd, most
utilities paid, coin-op laundry,
No Smoking/No Pets. $450-
$525/mo $400 dep.
541-910-
3696.
CENTURY 21 PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
and
Cimmaron & Kingsview
lagranderentals.com
(541)963-1210
RANCH N HOME RENTALS
AVAILABLE:
STEVENSON STORAGE
3785 10th St. ∙ Baker City
∙ Mini-Warehaouse
∙ Outside Fenced Parking
∙ Reasonable Rates
For information call:
523-6316: ..... Days
523-4807: Evenings
A Baker City Mini Storage
On Site Manager
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Security Fenced
Coded Entry
Lighted For Your Protection
6 Different Size Units
Lots of RV Storage
41298 Chico Rd., Baker City
Off Pocahontas
2008 Porsche Carrera S4,
Convertible, Black. Brand new
tires, new calipers, brakes. 86k
miles. $42k 541-962-5626
Sparklin’ Home
House Cleaning
No job is too small! $20.
Baker City, Oregon.
(509)308-9955
677 Baker County
Service Directory
READY FOR A CHANGE? Don’t
just sit there, let the classified
help wanted column find a new
and challenging job for you.
653 Help Wanted
Baker Co.
1800 sq ft Warehouse w/office
& bathroom, overhead door &
fenced lot. Available early Au-
gust. $900/month. Mt Emily
Property Mgmt. 541-962-1074
204 Automobiles
204 Automobiles
25 x 40 Shop, gas heat, roll
up & walk-in doors, restroom.
$450. 541-663-6188.
664 Services
541-523-9050
BAKER SCHOOL DISTRICT
is currently accepting applica-
tions for a Temporary, One-Year
Only Online School Teacher at
Baker Virtual Academy. This
position requires a Teaching
License and will be Open Until
Filled. For the application pro-
cess, please go to https://www.
baker5jcareers.org or contact
Cathy Martin at cathy.martin@
bakersd.org or call 541-524-2260
Ext. 1004.
619 Commercial
Rental
Idaho Power is looking for
3 Pre-Apprentice
Generation Specialists.
To apply please visit our website
https://www.idahopower.
com/about-us/careers/
Oxbow, OR.
ABC STORESALL
• 2 BD, 1 Bath DUPLEX
in Island City
For more information contact
Ranch-N-Home at:
Phone 541-963-5450
Email us at:
rnh@ranchnhome.com
Website: ranchnhome.com
for more details
655 Help Wanted
Out of Area
Full-Time Employment
Visit
www.gossmotors.com
for our most current offers and to
browse our complete inventory.
204 Automobiles
DONNA’S
GROOM & BOARD, LTD
1405 17th St. ∙ Baker City
541-523-6080
Jacket & Coverall Repair
Zippers replaced, patching
& other heavy duty repairs.
Reasonable Rates!
Fast Service!
(541)805-9576 ∙ Baker City
These little ads really work!
Join the thousands of other
people in this area who are
regular users of the classi-
fied. See how simple and
effective they can be. We're
open from 7:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. for your convenience.
1415 Adams Ave • 541-963-4161
216 Vans
2000 Toyota Sienna LE
215,000 mi. Includes mounted
set of Nokian Hakkapeliitta
R2/SUV winter tires. $4,200
Cove, OR. 541-975-4810
354 Auction Sales
WEDNESDAYS
Primary Purpose Group
12 - 1:00 pm
2620 Bearco Loop
FRIDAYS
∙ Enterprise Group
7:00 pm
113.5 E Main St.
City of Joseph
114 Self-Help
Group Meetings
CONSIGN TODAY!
24 th Annual
Snowmobile
Auction
Sat., Nov. 14th ∙ 11 AM
Located on Eagle Rd.
Meridian, ID
(Next to RC Willey’s)
For Complete Details Go To:
www.downsauction.com
(208) 939-9456
470 Baker County
Garage Sales
4-FAMILY YARD SALE
44391 Old Wingville Rd.
Fri., 9/16 & Sat., 9/17; 9 - 3
Vintage beer signs, tea pots
and Christmas
Cash Only
YARD SALE
Baker City Police Dept
1768 Auburn Ave.
Friday Only ∙ October 16th
8 AM - 12 PM
No Early Sales!
1353 2nd Street
Fri., 10/16; 7:30 am - 5 pm
Sat., 10/17; 7:30 am - 4 pm
Childs desk, antique childs desk,
mens/womens & lots of kids
clothes, baby swing, strollers,
bikes- for parts & household items
FALL BAZAAR
MISSOURI FLAT GRANGE
NORTH END OF CEDAR
ST., BAKER CITY
FRI. 10/16; 9AM - 5:00PM
SAT. 10/17; 9AM - 3:00PM
474 Union County
Garage Sales
Moving Sale
Lots of household goods,
large bedroom set and
dressers, and sewing stuff.
Sat & Sun., 9am-3pm.
303 18th St. Apt M La Grande.
ESTATE SALE
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
2103 Aries Lane, La Grande
Friday, 10/16 & Saturday, 10/17
9:00AM - 6:00PM each day
Power & Hand Tools,
Sporting Goods, Furniture,
Household Items, Bedding,
Christmas Decorations, Kitchen
& Garden Items, Brick, Pavers,
and Garden Stones.
Too much to list!
PLEASE WEAR A MASK!
by Stella Wilder
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2020
YOUR BIRTHDAY by Stella Wilder
Born today, you are always, like so many
other Libra natives, concerned with the jus-
tice of any given situation, and you cannot
abide unfair treatment of any kind -- espe-
cially when it is bestowed upon someone who
is unable to offer an effective defense. Indeed,
you are likely to take on various causes
throughout your lifetime because they are
espoused by those who are in some way weak
or defenseless; you insist upon doing all you
can to level the playing field and make things
as fair as possible for all concerned.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) -- Others are
hoping that you’ll back away from a tricky
situation, but you mustn’t! Your involvement
almost guarantees a positive outcome.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -- You’re
going to have to face a few hard but simple
truths today, whether or not you like it. This
may be the start of an exciting new phase.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2020
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -- You
mustn’t allow anyone to devalue your point of
view today. Make your statement and stand
by it; a show of strength is required.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- You
can stand up against all manner of challeng-
ers today, but one person in particular gives
you cause for doubt, if only temporarily.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -- You can
see things more clearly today than most, but
not everyone believes that gives you an
advantage. You can prove them wrong, surely.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) -- Take a look
at what someone else is doing, then compare
what you see to your own work. You see there
are improvements to be made, yes?
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Pay more
attention to what you are doing today and less
to how you look doing it. You know what’s
most important, but you’re distracting your-
self!
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- How you
navigate certain situations makes all the dif-
ference today. It’s especially important to
know when to give another the right of way.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Take care
that your attempt at levity isn’t misinterpreted
by someone today. Not everything can be
viewed by everyone as a game.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- Things are
going your way right now, and you want that
to continue. Your best bet is to take the initia-
tive and do more than what is assigned.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- You’ve been
doing all you can to navigate a difficult situa-
tion, and you realize what is necessary today
can pay off tomorrow as well.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- You can get
back on track today after a brief derailment
that was no fault of your own. Don’t waste
time trying to fix blame; move on.
(EDITORS: For editorial questions, please contact Hollie Westring at hwestring@
amuniversal.com.)
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