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    MARCH 13, 2015, KEIZERTIMES, PAGE A5
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KEIZERTIMES.COM
MHS vocalists: Sign up
soon for Legacy Concert
Submitted
Kennedy Elementary School students Aiden Luevanos, Marcos
Zepeda, Rebecca Reynoso, Emma Anhalt and Daisy Sanches
competed in the regional Battle of the Books last weekend.
Students show off book smarts
Kennedy Elementary School participated in Battle of the
Books for the fi rst time this year.
The school had 10 teams and a total of 45 students participate
in the Kennedy Battle of the Books Tournament.
The Penguins won and moved on to compete at the Regional
Battle of the Books Tournament last weekend in Woodburn for
the fi rst time in school history. The Cougars won two battles but
fell out of the competition before bracketed play. The Peguin
team consisted of fourth graders Aiden Luevanos, Marcos
Zepeda, Rebecca Reynoso, Emma Anhalt and Daisy Sanches.
Submitted
Jan Schuller and daughter Heather Adair found $300 from an
anonymous “Benny” donor at the Keizer Safeway.
On Sunday, May 17,
the McNary High School
Fine Arts Department is hop-
ing to present the McNary
Legacy Concert, celebrat-
ing McNary’s 50th Anniver-
sary and honoring Alice Rose
Jones, the school’s fi rst and
longest-serving choir director.
The event will feature
the Alice Rose Jones Heri-
tage Choir, a tour-de-force
ensemble of graduates from
1965-2014. Jones will be pres-
ent and will be conducting
several numbers with the ex-
pected large reunion choir.
Graduates of McNary who
sang in the choir program
during high school can go to
mcnaryfinearts.org/legacy-
choir to sign up for the event.
It is important that per-
sons interested in participating
complete the interest form
website so that the program,
school and school district can
commit to hosting the per-
formance. By fi lling out the
interest form, participants help
guarantee the event will be
produced.
Once the participation
minimum has been met, those
interested will be directed to a
registration page with a link to
pay for a participation fee to
cover music and hosting fees.
If confi rmed, music will be
mailed April 1 and part-learn-
ing audio tracks will be posted
on YouTube April 15.
‘Benny’ loves babies Clear Lake funder
set for Saturday
Jan Schueller was Benny-
ed at the Keizer Safeway last
week when she bought some
baby food for her day care.
When she opened the pack-
age of Gerber Graduates the
following day she found a
$100 bill signed “Benny.” But
the rain of hundred dollar bills
didn’t end there.
She called to tell her
daughter, Heather Adair, who
had bought the same prod-
uct, of her good fortune.
Adair opened her package
and found her own $100 bill.
Jan found a second $100 in
another package of the baby
food. Jan and Adair found a
total of $300.
“Benny was very nice to us
that day,” said Jan.
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Of the Keizertimes
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School is hosting its annual din-
ner and auction at Keizer Civic
Center Saturday, March 14.
The event includes silent and
big-ticket auction items as well
as a four-course meal donated
by McNary Restaurant. Tickets
are $20 per person or $120 for
a table of eight and available at
the door. The evening begins
at 5:30 p.m. and expected to
end by 9 p.m. An after party at
McNary Restaurant will follow
from 9 to 11 p.m.
Some of the bigger items are
a week’s vacation, and a couple
of trips to the beach, one in
Lincoln City and one in Pa-
cifi c City. Classrooms each do a
themed basket, and the teachers
do teacher experience allow-
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ing students to get to know the
educators on a more personal
level.
“Something like a breakfast
with the principal or a guitar
lesson,” said April McVay, one
of the fundraiser organizers.
Principal Tara Baldridge said
the proceeds from the event
help offset the costs of student
experiences such as: family eve-
ning events; classroom supplies;
the Summer Library Program
which supports the opening
of the library for two hours a
week during the summer; an-
nual fi eld trips for each grade
level, including a multi-day
Outdoor School for fi fth grad-
ers.
Salem Child Development
Center will be offering child-
care at the school, 7425 Mead-
owglen Street N.E., during the
benefi t.
For the past several years, the
Clear Lake Parent-Teacher As-
sociation has been raising funds
for the installation of an asphalt
track at the school. They are
planning to have it completed
this summer.
“This is a community thing
because the whole neighbor-
hood uses our space at the
school, and we’d like to have
them contribute,” McVay said.
“We still need some volunteers
for in-kind donations and fi -
nancial contributions can be
given at the school offi ce.”
Baldridge said she’s seen
more community use of Clear
Lake facilities than any other
school she’s worked at.
“Even though the PTA con-
tributions to Clear Lake class-
rooms don’t directly benefi t the
greater community, the addi-
tion of a paved track will be a
great benefi t to the entire com-
munity, all year long,” Baldridge
said.
To reserve a spot at the din-
ner and auction, contact McVay
at 503-510-2922 or Shawna
Toavs at 503-910-1588.
WorshipDirectory
These Salem-Keizer houses of worship invite you to visit.
Call to list your church in our Worship Directory: (503) 390-1051
John Knox Presbyterian Church
JOIN US FOR
SUNDAY WORSHIP
8:30 am • 10 am • 11:30 am • 6 pm
PEOPLESCHURCH
4500 LANCASTER DR NE | SALEM
503.304.4000 • www.peopleschurch.com
Celebration
Services
Saturday Evening
6:00 pm
Children’s Programs, Student and Adult Ministries
1755 Lockhaven Dr. NE Keizer
503-390-3900
www.dayspringfellowship.com
452 Cummings Lane North • 393-0404
Father Gary L. Zerr, Pastor
Saturday Vigil Liturgy: 5:30 p.m.
Sundays: 8:15 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
La Misa en Español: 12:30 p.m.
Rev. Dr. John Neal, Pastor
Worship - 10:30 a.m.
Education Hour - 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Care Available
www.keizerjkpres.org
Jason Lee UMC
820 Jeff erson St. NE
Salem OR 97301
9:00 am
Dr. Jon F. Langenwalter, Pastor
The church with the purple doors
10:45 am
Worship at 9:30 am • Child Care Available
Sunday Morning
and
503-364-2844
Faith Lutheran Church
4505 River Rd N • 393-4507
Sunday Schedule:
9:00 a.m. Children’s Church
9:15 a.m. Adult Bible Study
9:30 a.m. Children’s Activities
Pastor
Virginia Eggert 10:30 a.m. Worship with Communion