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    SEPTEMBER 11, 2015, KEIZERTIMES, PAGE A5
KeizerCommunity
KEIZERTIMES.COM
Lee to legislative
policy committee
By HERB SWETT
For the Keizertimes
The Salem-Keizer School
Board elected director Chuck
Lee to the Oregon School
Boards Association board of
directors and director Chris
Brantley to the OSBA legis-
lative policy committee in a
brief meeting Tuesday.
In other busi-
ness, the board
approved grants
of
$235,000
from the Chalk-
board Project for
implementation
of Salem-Keizer
University Col-
laborative Project and two
$3,000 grants, one for a Mc-
Nary High School teacher
and the other for a McKay
High School teacher, from
the Corvallis Environmental
Center. The smaller grants
will provide learning units on
chemical changes that cause
the structures and functions
of all living systems.
Natalie Altermatt of Keizer
spoke from the audience, urg-
ing that the school system
provide more opportunities
for middle school students to
participate in activities.
The board approved per-
sonnel actions that included
the following in the McNary
attendance area:
• Employment as tem-
porary full-time teachers of
Brandy Decker; second and
third grades, Cummings El-
ementary School; and
Cheryl Lyons, fourth
grade,
Gub-
ser Elementary
School.
•
Employ-
ment as a fi rst-
year
probation
part-time teach-
er of Savannah
Buckner, physical education,
Weddle Elementary School.
• Employment as fi rst-year
probation full-time teach-
ers of Christie Burger, third
grade, English for speakers of
other languages, Keizer El-
ementary School; and Melissa
D. Thiel-Stinson, fourth and
fi fth grades, ESOL, Cum-
mings.
• Employment as a third-
year probation full-time
teacher of Adele Anderson-
Kostic, developmental learn-
ing center, Cummings.
Tour Keizer Rapids Back to school
with birder’s eye
The Salem Audubon Society and West Keizer Neighborhood
Association are sponsoring a birding walk at Keizer Rapids Park
on Wednesday, Sept. 16, starting at 7:30 a.m.
The park has a variety of habitats that feature a wide array
of birds including waterfowl, raptors, woodpeckers and others.
Participants are advised to dress for the weather, bring water
and a snack for the trail and meet at 7:30 a.m. at the boat ramp
parking lot.
Contact Mike Unger at (503) 930-8998, Carolyn Homan at
(503) 463-8652. For more information visit salemaudubon.org.
The halls of Keizer elemenatary schools
were packed with students Tuesday eve-
ning as students reported to get class as-
signments, meet new teachers and drop off
supplies in anticipation of the fi rst day of
school Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Top: Sophia Barrett arranges school sup-
plies before stowing them in her new desk
at Forest Ridge Elementary.
Above: Evan Lawson and Raul and Andres
Hermosillo-Vega gather for a photo.
Right: Connor Price peruses the library
with his father, William.
Join in LDS
Day of Service
The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints
is planning its second Day of
Service at Champoeg State
Park on Saturday, Sept. 12
and the public is invited to
join hundreds of other vol-
unteers. Chores will include
bark dust, removing ivy and
blackberry vines throughout
the park.
Clean up work at the park
will begin at 9 a.m. and be
WE WILL NEVER FORGET
9.11.01
U. John Berzins, M.D.
Robert E. Tibolt, M.D.
Marcus A. East, M.D.
concluded by noon. A hot
dog barbecue will follow.
Volunteers are asked to
bring rakes, shovels and
wheelbarrows. Work gloves
are a must. The day will start
at the Oak Grove overfl ow
parking area where duties
and teams will be assigned.
For further information
contact Didi Orr at 503-869-
8746 or Phil Bay at 503-930-
2649.
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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
Sunday Morning
9:00 am
and
10:45 am
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
Dr. Jon F. Langenwalter, Pastor
The church with the purple doors
503-364-2844
Worship at 9:30 am • Child Care Available
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