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Brown pointed out one ad-
vantage to doing wraps versus
the original idea of painting
directly onto the boxes is art-
ists would be in a more con-
trolled environment and not
having to stand on the street.
On the other hand, Melendy
liked the idea of boxes being
painted since it would allow
people passing by to see the
“I’d say do both,” Christo-
Brown estimated there are
12 traffi c control boxes that
could be part of the project.
“I think we can get orga-
nizations to sign up,” Chris-
topher said. “We can ask a
company which one they’d
like to sponsor. You guys, I can
sell this stuff. I’m sure the Elks
Club would sponsor it. That is
not a barrier. Especially if we
can get McNary High School
kids involved, people want to
support their kids.”
Brown cautioned the boxes
in Salem need to be watched
“We need the Salem proj-
ect to move forward so they
can see that the traffi c boxes
don’t blow up with this,” he
said. “We could do it for next
Christopher wanted to get
moving and wasn’t keen on
the idea of waiting for Salem.
“I don’t have faith Salem
will move that quickly,” she
said. “It took them four years
to do chickens (rules). Let’s
pick a location where there
are two boxes and make it a
pilot project. We can roll it out
to students at McNary and
have them come up with the
design. It can be a project for
next summer, but I want kids
to work on it this school year.”
The way Christopher fi g-
ures it, there’s always an alter-
native plan if needed.
“If it gets too warm, we
could slit it and take it off,” she
said. “We’re kind of excited,
New art display
Nate. I love this idea.”
In other recent KPAC
• The wall along Town &
Country Lanes has been coat-
ed in gray primer, with that
work concluding last Saturday.
Lettering will be done soon,
with the public mural set to
be done next year.
• Roberto Oran, the artist
recently featured in the Keiz-
ertimes, appeared at the KPAC
meeting and offered his help
with the mural.
• Mike Hare’s art was ap-
proved to hang on the walls
of the Keizer Civic Center.
Hare’s work went up last week
and will be up through the
end of the year. See elsewhere
on this page for some samples
of the work.
City Councilor Amy Ryan helped prime the wall at Town &
Country Lanes for next year’s mural. Among those assisting
Oct. 3 were Jill Hagen, Liv Pond, Kim Steen and Zachary Ryan.
KAA selects show winners
The Keizer Art Association
honored artists participating in its
Workplaces and Occupations show
Saturday, Oct. 3.
First place in photography went
to All Hands on Deck by Frances
Stark. First place in painting went
to Pacifi c Bounty, a colored pencil
by Donna Lee. Second place went
to watercolorist Gerry Hart for
Cotton Candy for Sale. Third place
went to a three-piece watercolor
entry by Lia LaMer titled Artist,
The juror’s Merit Award went
to Julie Thoreson for her work The
The Keizer Art Association is lo-
cated at 980 Chemawa Road. The
show will run through Oct. 24.
Photographer Mike Hare currently has more than 30 of his
photos on display at Keizer Civic Center, until the end of
• 11:02 a.m. - Trafﬁ c accident on
3700 block River Road N.
• 6:11 p.m. - Theft on 300 block
Hollyhock Place N.
• 7:54 p.m. - Arrest for driving
while suspended and DUII on
5100 block River Road N.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 29
• 7 a.m. - Arrest for criminal tres-
pass on 5400 block River Road
• 8 a.m. - Arrest for theft on 1800
block Alder Drive NE.
• 1:17 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
on Thorman Avenue NE and
Lawless Street NE.
• 7:30 p.m. - Theft on 5000 block
Newberg Drive N.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30
• 10:08 a.m. Unlawful possession
of marijuana on 5000 block Rob-
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• 5:11 p.m. - Identity theft on 200
block Jaspen Court N.
THURSDAY, OCT. 1
• 1:17 p.m. - Shoplifting and
identity theft on 6200 block Ulali
FRIDAY, OCT. 2
• 9:30 a.m. - Arrest for warrant on
1800 Mistwood Drive NE.
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• 12:11 a.m. - Arrest for DUII on
5500 block River Road N.
• 5:10 a.m. - Arrest for criminal
trespass on 4500 block River
• 3:06 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
on 3500 River Road N.
• 10:27 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
on River Road N and Appleblos-
som Avenue N.
SUNDAY, OCT. 4
• 3:27 p.m. - Criminal mischief
and vandalism on 5100 block
Newberg Drive N.
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