Vernonia's voice. (Vernonia, OR) 2007-current, November 01, 2007, Page 07, Image 7

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Drop Sites for the November 6th Special Election Announced
The Public Certification Test of the counting equipment for the Special Election to be held on November 6, 2007 will be held on Tuesday, October 30, 2007.
The testing will begin at 10:00 a.m. in the County Elections Dept. The public is welcome to attend.
Drop sites for the election will be as follows:
October 19 - November 5 - During Office Hours
November 6 - 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
October 19 - November 5 - During Library Hours
November 6 - 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
October 19 - November 5 - During Library Hours
November 6 - 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
October 19 - November 5 - During Office Hours
November 6 - 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
SCAPPOOSE CITY HALL - 33568 E. Columbia Ave.
October 19 - November 5 - During Office Hours
November 6 - 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:30 AM. - 5:00 PM. Monday-Friday
Drop Off Box located in lower parking lot
Election Day, November 6, 2007. Elections Department will be open from 7:00 AM. - 8:00 PM.
Local Receives Chopra Certification (Continued)
Many Thanks
We would like to thank everyone who helped, supported, and
attended this years Salmon Festival.
Special Thanks to our supporters:
Midway Veterinary, Black Bear Coffee. Co., VCLC, Grey Dawn
Gallery, Vernonia True Value Hardware, Island Springs Hatch-
ery, Vernonia Sentry, Dept. of Public Works, Vernonia Senior
Center and Good Times Guide Service, Nick Zavales
Special Thanks to our volunteers:
DeLoris Webb, Bill Sword, Amber Abney, The Weller Family,
Gadget Abney & Crew, The Conley Family, Shirlee Daughtry,
Allee Chadek, Kevin Griffin, Bob Argue, Gretchen Stelzenmueller
One of her goals is to partner with health professionals to assist in the healing
process for people and offer alternatives in the prevention of developing ill-
nesses. Her background also includes teaching dance, and doing training and
development for major corporations on technical and management subjects for
over 25 years.
She will be offering the Chopra Center course called “Perfect Health” and in-
vites you to attend a FREE introductory topic lecture that she knows will be of
great interest on November 15 at 6:30 PM at her studio. Seating will be limited
and reservations are requested. She has also partnered with Heather Lewis of
Aletheia Holistic Teaching Institute to offer the Body Mind Spirit Retreat No-
vember 9-11.
Deborah also teaches yoga and meditation classes and offers private consulta-
tions. Details about the classes may be seen on her website at www.CedarMist- or by calling Deborah at 503.429.2103.
Cedar Mist Studios is located at 20960 Scappoose Vernonia Hwy, Scappoose,
OR – only 5.5 miles from the center of Vernonia.
Thanks to Our Family Helpers:
Dan Baker, Brad Curtis, Matt Hansen, Bill Hansen, Heather
Lewis, and Connie McNamara.
The 2007 Salmon Festival Committee
Josette Mitchell
Shawn Baker
Paula Hansen
Casey Mitchell
Rosemary Curtis
Judy Stefan
Sunday’s Best
Clothing, Beads, Vernonia Merchandise, and More!
We have everything a “beader” needs!
How-to books, tools and wire, silver
and gold-plated findings and
a great selection of beads:
~ Seed beads
~ Natural stone beads
~ Silver-plated beads
~ Fresh-water pearls from Hawaii
~ Swarovski crystals from Austria
884 Bridge Street Vernonia, Oregon
Open Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Play it safe this fall.
Fall is the best time of year to get outside and play, whether you’re with your team, your friends or
your family. It’s also a really important time to brush up on some key safety plays.
• wear layers so you can stay warm or cool
down easily
• drink water to stay hydrated, even when
it’s cool outside
• wear the right equipment for the game
or activity: helmets, pads, vests, shin
guards, and shoes or cleats
• be aware of more people, cars and
bicycles out near schools, fields and parks
Review the numbers: 9-1-1
Even when you plan ahead for safety, emergencies happen. That’s the time to call 9-1-1. The highly
trained staff at Columbia 9-1-1 is always there to answer your call and help make sure help is on the way
as soon as possible.
Columbia 9-1-1:
Safety is the name of the game.
P.O. Box 998 St. Helens, Oregon 97051
Administrative Office: (503) 397-7255
Non-emergency Dispatch: (503) 397-1521 1-800-696-7795