Keizertimes. (Salem, Or.) 1979-current, April 21, 2017, Page PAGE A8, Image 8

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    PAGE A8, KEIZERTIMES, APRIL 21, 2017
100 and going strong MHS business leaders
B
Dr. Vernon Casterline, the
fi rst doctor with an offi ce in
Keizer, celebrated his 100th
birthday last week and spent
time with friends and family
at the Keizer Heritage Center
Saturday, April 15.
A
C
A: Dr. Casterline greets family
friend Ann Klinger.
B: Deryl Nielsen offers his birth-
day greetings to Dr. Casterline.
The doctor’s wife, Geri, sits with
him
C: The birthday cake with match-
ing cupcakes.
D: The event room wasfi lled with
family, friends and community to
mark Casterline’s birthday
E: Keizer’s fi rst dentist—Dr. Jerry
Bowerly—offers birthday greet-
ings to Keizer’s fi rst doctor.
E
D
Photos by Lyndon Zaitz
DELAY,
continued from Page A1
infl uence of intoxicants a few
hours earlier.
Jefferson overheard the
brothers reunite in the
holding cell at the Marion
County Correctional Facility
when Reyes was dropped off.
Keizer police offi cials are
currently in talks with the city
council and city staff about
adding fi ve new offi cers. One
of the new hires would be
assigned to the night shift.
This is the second time in
recent weeks that a lack of
coverage has hobbled KPD’s
response to incoming calls.
bring home trophies
McNary High School took
30 students to the FBLA State
Conference in Portland April
6-8.
Seniors Abigail Smith and
Jordan Epping won their in-
dividual events, banking and
fi nance, and entrepreneurship,
respectively.
Junior Ryan Thompson
placed third in banking and
fi nance while senior Kolby
Barker fi nished fi fth in entre-
preneurship. Epping also took
third in personal fi nance and
joined Barker to place fourth
in team entrepreneurship.
Smith competed in three
events as well, fi nishing fi fth
in individual accounting II
and fi fth in team banking
and fi nance with senior Suni
Payne and junior Raeleen
Daniel.
Senior Megan Schneider
placed second in global busi-
ness. Sam Hernandez took
fourth in economics. Jo-
siah Gilbert, Marc Baiza and
Hakam Nagra fi nished fourth
in sports and entertainment
management.
The top four in each event
received an invite to the FBLA
national conference in Ana-
heim, Calif. June 26-July 3.
McNary FBLA is advised
by business teacher Brad Lo-
max.
ABOVE:
LEFT:
Submitted
TOP: McNary
students
Jo-
siah
Gilbert,
Marc Baiza and
Hakam Nagra
placed fourth
in sports and
entertainment
management.
BOTTOM: Se-
niors
Kolby
Barker
and
Jordan Epping
took fourth in
team
entre-
preneurship in
Portland.
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