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MONDAY, MARCH 2
THURSDAY, MARCH 5
• 3:10 p.m. - Criminal trespass on
5100 block Chehalis Drive N.
• 4:46 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
served on 900 block Chemawa
• 4:56 p.m. - Arrest for shoplift-
ing on 6400 block Keizer Station
• 6:00 p.m. - Theft from mo-
tor vehicle on 5200 block 15th
TUESDAY, MARCH 3
• 12:04 a.m. - Arrest for unlaw-
ful possession of marijuana Com-
mercial Street NE and Front
• 12:35 a.m. - Arrest for warrant
served at Commercial Street NE
and Front Street NE.
• 8:09 a.m. - Identity theft on
6500 block Whisper Creek Loop
• 10:00 a.m. - Vandalism on 3800
block River Road N.
• 11:30 a.m. - Trafﬁc accident on
500 block Chemawa Road N.
• 11:30 a.m. - Theft of bicycle on
3800 block River Road N.
• 1:55 p.m. - Theft from building
on 5200 block Chehalis Drive N.
• 2:31 p.m. - Shoplifting on 6000
block Ulali Drive NE.
• 3:45 p.m. - Arrest for welfare,
assault, warrant served, and crime
damage on 800 block Player
• 7:06 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
served 5100 block Nordic Court
• 9:05 p.m. - Arrest for animal
abandonment on 5000 Elizabeth
• 9:20 p.m. - Arrest for assault
and warrant served on 600 block
Plymouth Drive NE.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4
• 10:41 a.m. - Theft on 100 block
Glynbrook Street N.
• 5:19 p.m. - Unlawful possession
of methamphetamine on 3400
block River Road N.
• 5:28 p.m. - Accident at River
Road N and Plymouth Drive
• 6:54 p.m. - Arrest for trafﬁc ac-
cident and DUII at Chemawa
Road NE and River Road N.
• 9:30 p.m. - Motor vehicle theft
on 1800 block Modoc Drive NE.
Local organizers of Lemonade Day, a pro-
gram to mentor youth entrepreneurs, kicked off
the second annual program Tuesday, March 3.
Left: Supporters Matt Sturzinger and Amy Jor-
dan show off the reason for the event.
Above: Columbia Bank is a major sponsor of
Lemonade Day. It was well represented by re-
gional manager Ken Jundt and other employ-
ees (from left, front) Aimee Blliard, Pikake Un-
ger, Jenna Hakes and Amanda Hemmer.
FRIDAY, MARCH 6
• 8:28 a.m. - Arrest for bench
warrant on 5100 block River
• 12:04 p.m. - Theft from mo-
tor vehicle on 4900 block River
• 12:32 p.m. - Vandalism on 1300
block Stone Hedge Court NE.
• 1:14 p.m. - Shoplifting on 6000
block Ulali Drive NE.
• 7:42 p.m. - Arrest for minor in
possession - alcoholic liquor on
100 block Sunset Avenue N.
SATURDAY, MARCH 7
• 4:50 p.m. - Trafﬁc accident at
Lockhaven Drive NE and Klicitat
• 11:30 p.m. - Vandalism on 1500
block Alder Drive NE.
SUNDAY, MARCH 8
• 3:35 a.m. - Fight on 4900 block
River Road N.
• 4:09 a.m. - Arrest for DUII on
5000 block River Road N.
• 5:18 p.m. - Hit-and-run acci-
dent on 5500 block River Road
• 6:00 p.m. - Hit-and-run ac-
cident on 600 block Lockhaven
MONDAY, MARCH 9
• 2:30 p.m. - Trafﬁc accident at
Sam Orcutt Way NE and Cherry
Lemonade Day launches
• 12:08 a.m. - Vandalism on 5000
block 8th Avenue NE.
Goodall School gets renewal from SKSB
By HERB SWETT
For the Keizertimes
A revised contract renewal
for Jane Goodall Environmen-
tal Middle School was approved
by the Salem-Keizer School
Board on Tuesday.
The new ﬁve-year term,
which will begin July 1, had
received board approval Dec. 9,
2014, but after reviewing state
and district policies, school per-
sonnel asked for a revision.
The revised contract main-
tains 85 percent average daily
membership funding for the
school and adds language on
state assessment results to the
goals and evaluation guide-
Also approved were con-
tracts for Michael Wolfe, chief
operating ofﬁcer, and Ken Par-
shall, assistant superintendent.
Each contract is for a three-
year term to start July 1.Wolfe’s
was approved unanimously, but
Paul Kyllo voted against Par-
shall’s contract. Neither Kyllo
or Parshall would comment on
the negative vote.
Many routine personnel ac-
tions were approved, including
the following for the McNary
High School attendance area:
• Changing the status of
Melissa Juiskowiak, third-grade
teacher at Clear Lake Elemen-
tary School, from full-time to
part-time effective Sept. 1.
• Employment as tempo-
rary full-time teachers Lori
Lloyd, third grade, Clear Lake;
Stacy Fields, English as a Sec-
ond Language, Claggett Creek
Middle School;Avamarie Mal-
lett, learning resources center,
Weddle Elementary School;
andVincent Suetos, LRC, Mc-
• Resignations of Timo-
thy Brassﬁeld, choir-drama
teacher, Claggett Creek; Sandy
Watts, English and social stud-
ies teacher, Claggett Creek;
and Jessica Brammer, ﬁrst-
grade English for speakers of
other languages teacher, Gub-
ser Elementary School.
• Retirement of Jeffrey
Freeman, physical science
At the end of the meeting,
Mayor Cathy Clark of Keizer
told the board she and other
city ofﬁcials were looking for-
ward to continued cooperation
with the district.
at Keizer museum
The Keizer Heritage Museum is exhibiting a display of
women’s hats, gloves and handbags through March 3l.
The accessories, from the private collection of Kathe Leigh
Mash, date to the 1940s through 1970s. The hats are in vari-
ous styles and colors, matching the style of the era they were
designed. Ms. Mash wore many of the hats that she collected
during her world travels over 40 years.
Mash, a Keizer resident, has shown exhibits of her china
paintings and was recently named director of the Oregon Por-
celain Art Retreat in Seaside.
Museum hours are 2 to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. Plenty of parking is available at
the Keizer Heritage Center located at 980 Chemawa Road NE.
For more information call 503-393-9660 or visit the web site at
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