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    APRIL 3, 2015, KEIZERTIMES, PAGE A5
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Listen up: Studio M podcasts
Easter services, egg hunts
all over town this weekend
If you are looking for Eas-
ter services or egg hunts this
weekend, there is no shortage
of options.
With a bit of travel, dogs
can take part or kids can dive
in at the Woodburn Aquatic
Center for Easter treats.
Here are a few of the events
around town and the region
this weekend:
• Keizer Christian Church
is hosting an Easter egg hunt
Saturday, April 4, at 10 a.m.
Service will be held at 10 a.m.
Sunday, April 5. 6945 Wheat-
land Road N.
• Salem Mennonite Church
services will be held Sunday,
April 5 at 10:45 a.m.
• Dayspring Fellowship will
offer Easter services Saturday,
April 4, at 6 p.m.; and Sunday,
April 5, at 9 and 10:45 a.m.
• Beginning at 8 a.m., Keiz-
er’s Albertsons will host an
Easter egg hunt for kids ages
0 to 12. 5450 River Road N.
• Countryside Christian
Church will offer services at 9
and 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 5.
5775 McLeod Lane N.E.
•
Keizer
Community
Church will offer service at
11 a.m. Sunday, April 5. 380
Churchdale Avenue N.
• St. Edward Catholic
Church will offer an Eas-
ter vigil mass Saturday, April,
at 8:30 p.m. English services
Sunday, April 4, will be held
at 8:15 and and 10:30 a.m. A
Spanish-language service will
be held at 12:30 p.m. 5303
River Road N.
• Keizer Church of Christ
will hold English-language
service at 10:30 a.m,. and a
Spanish-language service at
1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 5. 5405
Ridge Drive N.E.
• Salem Evangelical will
host Living Waters, a musical
and dramatic portrayal of the
story of Jesus through the eyes
of the Apostles at 7 p.m. April
3 and April 4 at 2 p.m. Sun-
rise service will be held at 6:30
a.m. Sunday, April 5, additional
services will be held at 9:15
and 11 a.m. 455 Locust Street
N.E.
• Silver Creek Fellowship
will host an Easter egg hunt
Saturday, April 4, for children
ages 3 through sixth grade.
A Sunday breakfast will be
held April 5 from 8:30 to 9:30
a.m. Service follows at 10 a.m.
• Easter services at Clear
Lake
United
Methodist
Church will be held April 5 at
9:30 and 11 a.m. 7920 Wheat-
land Road N.
• Easterpalooza at First
Presbyterian Church, 770
Chemeketa Street, N.E., in
Salem. Egg hunts (times for
specifi c age groups available
at www.salemfpc.org), pan-
cake feeds, bounce houses and
carnival games are all planned
at this free event beginning
at 10 a.m.. A classic service
is planned for 9 a.m. Sunday,
April 5. A contemporary ser-
vice will begin at 11 a.m.
• Egg hunt at Belcrest Me-
morial Park, 1295 Browning
Avenue, in Salem. For chil-
dren 10 and under. The Easter
Bunny and Volcanoes’ mas-
cot Crater will be in at-
tendance.
• Church on the
Hill Keizer will offer
services April 4 at 6
p.m.; and Sunday at
9 and 11 a.m. 2105
Keizer Road N.E.
• Easter at Lancast-
er mall. Families with
children ages 2 to 10
are invited to celebrate
Easter at the mall with
games, prizes, entertain-
ment on the main stage and a
special Easter candy hunt in
balloons. Hosted by Connec-
tion Life Church. Hop on over
and visit the Easter Bunny in
his springtime garden near
Sears. Visits with the Easter
Bunny are always free and pro-
fessional photo packages begin
at $12.99. Each child who vis-
its will receive a souvenir. No
personal cameras.
• Woodburn Aquatic Cen-
ter Underwater Easter Egg
Hunt, noon Saturday, April 4.
Eggs fl oat and some will sink.
Children will be grouped to-
gether by age and have their
own special time to hunt.
Please bring a waterproof bas-
ket or egg holder to store eggs.
Admission $6 per youth par-
ticipant. 190 Oak St., Wood-
burn.
• Easter Brunch at Silver
Falls State Park Conference
Center, 20024 Silver Falls
Highway S.E. In Sublimity.
Cost is $18.75 per person.
9:30 a.m. to 2
p.m.
McNary High School’s Studio M, which pro-
vides recording arts instruction for a number of
students at the school, has launched
a new podcast series.
The Studio M Podcast features
interviews with teachers and com-
munity partners talking about their
passions and experiences.
The fi rst two episodes are al-
ready online and feature inter-
views with teacher Tracy Rhoades,
a McNary teacher who runs the Celtic AWARE
Club, and Eric A. Howald, associate editor of
the Keizertimes and advisor to the school’s Write
Club.
The AWARE Club focuses on
education about human traffi cking.
Write Club provides a space for
student creative writing and pub-
lishes an anthology of student work
at the end of each academic year.
The easiest way to access the
podcasts is by searching for Studio
M on Facebook.
New releases pack shelves
at Keizer community library
Keizer Community Li-
brary has approximately 160
books in its new book col-
lection featuring recently
published books by popular
authors. Among those avail-
able for check-out now are:
Motive, by Jonathan Keller-
man, Crash & Burn, by Lisa
Gardner, The Girl on the Train,
by Paula Hawkins, Leaving
Time, by Jodi Picoult, De-
serves to Die, by Lisa Jackson,
Lucky 13, by James Patterson
and Moving Target, by J.A.
Jance.
To see all available new
and not so new books and
other resources, come to
the library at 980 Chemawa
Road NE or visit www.keiz-
erlibrary.org. For hours and
other information, call 503-
390-2370.
Sought: Pics MHS club hosts forum on
of old mural human traffi cking April 7
The Keizer Public Arts
Commission is seeking infor-
mation about a mural that was
painted on Albertsons in the
late 1980s or early 1990s. At
that time Albertsons was located
at River and Chemawa Roads.
The commission is seeking
information and photos of the
mural for historical and rec-
reation purposes. If you have
information about the mural
email publisher@keizertimes.
com.
The McNary High School
AWARE Club is hosting an
event called In Plain Sight,
Tuesday, April 7.
Local experts will weigh in
on the problem of human traf-
fi cking and how individuals
can get involved to help pre-
vent it and assist in recovery
for victims. Speakers include
representatives from Center
for Hope and Safety, Portland
Police Bureau, Marion Coun-
ty Crime Victims Advocacy,
Compassion First and Survi-
vor.
The AWARE Club focuses
on raising awareness concern-
ing issues of human traffi cking.
Financial donations and
discarded cell phones will be
accepted for the Center of
Hope and Safety. Interpreters
will be present for the event.
The event is rated PG-13,
but students in grades eight
through 12 are invited along
with their parents.
Clean out that sewing room: Donate unused fabric
Three area non-profi ts are
seeking donated fabric from
the community to sell at Fab-
ric Fair in May.
Prevent a Litter (PAL), Co-
alition Advocating for Animals
(CAFA) and Alexia’s Cozy
Covers will hold Fabric Fair
in May to raise funds for their
particular projects. PAL and
CAFA raise money to provide
low-cost dog spaying and neu-
tering as well as dog training
rewards for owners. Alexia’s
Cozy Covers makes blankets
and quilts for foster children,
families and veterans.
The organizers of Fabric
Fair gather donated fabric
then measure it, fold it and sell
it at the event. Prices at the
fair are about $2 per yard. This
year’s fair will be held noon to
4 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, at
the Salem Scottish Rite Cen-
ter, 4090 Commercial St. S.E.
in Salem.
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seeking a receptionist
position for Monday though
Friday. Pay negotiable.
Duties will include customer
service, telephones,
clerical and computer input.
Inputting skills a must.
Computer skills a plus.
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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