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THE DAILY ASTORIAN • FRIDAY, JULY 10, 2015
NOTES
Seaside Elks Lodge No. 1748
— 7:30 p.m., 324 Avenue A, Sea-
side. For information, call 503-738-
6651 or email seasideelks@yahoo.
com
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Spinning Circle — 3 to 5 p.m.,
Astoria Fiber Arts Academy, 1296
Duane St. Bring a spinning wheel.
For information, call 503-325-5598
or go to httpastoria¿berarts.com
Maple Chapter No. 95, Order
of the Eastern Star — 7:30 p.m.,
Masonic Lodge Hall, 201 N. Holl-
aday Drive, Seaside. For informa-
tion, call 503-717-0808.
Seaside Rebounders Stroke
Support Group — 4:30 to 6 p.m.,
Providence Seaside Hospital Ed-
ucation Center, 725 S Wahanna
Road, Seaside. Stroke survivors,
their caregivers and family mem-
bers welcome. For information, call
503-717-7781.
THURSDAY
La Leche League of Astoria —
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 320 South St.
For those interested in breastfeed-
ing; mothers, babies and toddlers
welcome. The topic is: “Becoming
a Mother: Adjusting to Parenthood.”
For information, call Megan Oien at
503-440-4942 or Janet Weidman at
503-741-0345.
North Coast Chapter, Oregon
Equestrian Trails — 5:30 p.m., El
Compadre Restaurant, 119 S. Main
Ave., Warrenton. Business meeting
starts at 7 p.m. All are welcome. For
information, call Linda Brim at 503-
325-1562 days.
WEDNESDAY
Help Ending Abusive Relation-
ship Tendencies — 10 to 11:30 a.m.,
The Harbor, 1361 Duane St. HEART
covers subjects related to the effects
of domestic violence on children,
parents and other family members,
dynamics of power and control, and
how to recogni]e red Àags. For any-
one in an abusive relationship, or who
knows someone who is. Call Audrey
Williams ahead to reserve a spot at
503-325-3426. ext. 104.
Open Sewing Gathering —
10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Homespun
Quilts, 108 10th St. For information,
call 503-325-3300 or 800-298-3177
or go to http://homespunquilt.com
Wickiup Senior Lunches —
11:30 a.m., Wickiup Grange Hall,
92683 Svensen Market Road. Free
for those older than 60 ($3 suggested
donation), $6.75 for those younger
than age 60. For information, call Mi-
chelle Lewis at 503-861-4200.
Senior Lunch — 11:30 a.m., Bob
Chisholm Senior Center, 1225 Ave-
nue A, Seaside. Suggested donation
of $3 for those older than 60; $6.75
for those younger than 60. For infor-
mation, call Michelle Lewis at 503-
861-4200.
Columbia Senior Diners —
11:30 a.m., Peace Lutheran Church
(lower level), 565 12th St. The cost
is $5. For information, or to have a
meal delivered, call 503-325-9693.
Blood Pressure Checks —
noon to 2 p.m., Astoria Senior
Center, temporarily located at 1555
Submitted photo
Astoria Regatta’s entry in Warrenton’s 2015 Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Parade
won the Mayor’s Trophy, the parade’s top prize.
Prizes awarded at Warrenton’s
Fourth of July parade
WARRENTON — Thousands of peo-
ple lined Main Avenue for the city’s largest
Fourth of July eventl. There were more than
100 entries in the parade, about 30 vehicles
in the classic vehicle show and 14 motorcy-
cles in the tailgate party. In addition, about
30 people participated in the Kids’ Decorat-
ed Bike Show and rode in the parade.
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in the parade, the Mayor’s Trophy, selected
by Mayor Mark Kujala. Other winners were
Fort Stevens State Park, the Warrenton Tro-
phy; Costco, the Clatsop Trophy; Kids on
Patrol, the Astoria Trophy; and Hampton
Lumber, the Hammy Award.
At the vehicle show, Steve and Judy
Jordan’s 1955 Buick Century Convertible
earned the Mayor’s Choice Trophy. People’s
Choice went to Chuck Reneke’s “muscle”
car. Judge’s Choice was Wes Holthusen and
sons’ 1968 GMC K-10 truck.
Coolest Motorcycle trophy winner was
Michael Smith’s Harley-Davidson “custom
bagger.”
W. Marine Drive in the old Astoria
Yacht Club. For information, call
503-325-3231.
ukuleles available. For information,
call Roger Williams at 503-717-
5645.
North Coast Multiple Sclero-
sis Care and Share Help Group —
noon, Clatsop Retirement Village,
947 Olney Ave. For information, call
503-325-7898.
Northwest Tea Party — 6:30
p.m., Uptown Cafe, 1639 S.E.
Ensign Lane, Warrenton. For in-
formation, call 503-325-7220.
Ukulele Players — 1:30 p.m.,
Warrenton Masonic Lodge, 66 S.W.
Fourth St., Warrenton. All are wel-
come, including beginners. Loaner
WomenHeart of North Or-
egon Coast — 6:30 p.m., Co-
lumbia Memorial Hospital Health
and Wellness Pavilion, third
floor conference room, 2165 Ex-
GRADUATE
On June 20, Alysia Johnson graduated from
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings
Point, N.Y., summa cum laude, with a bachelor
of science degree in marine transportation. She
also received a commission as an ensign in the
U.S. Navy Reserve and a third mate (unlimited)
U.S. Coast Guard license.
After graduating from St. John’s College in
Santa Fe, N.M., in 2010, Johnson took a year
off to travel and sail traditional square-riggers
before starting the program at USMMA, one
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maritime academies in the country.
While there, she completed a year of sea time
sailing as a cadet, including trips to the Middle East,
Asia, and participation in Operation Deep Freeze
to refuel McMurdo Base, Antarctica. She was also
an active member of the sailing team, and served as
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awards for leadership, scholar-athlete participation,
and academic achievement.
She has taken a job working with TE Sub-
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project is working on installing a transatlantic
cable from Canada to England.
Johnson is a 2006 Astoria High School
graduate, and the daughter of Columbia River
bar pilot Capt. Robert Johnson, who is also a
USMMA graduate.
Submitted photo
Alysia Johnson, right, receives the tube
containing her U.S. Coast Guard license,
diploma, and U.S. Navy Reserve commis-
sion, from Rear Adm. James Helis, the su-
perintendent of the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy.
Concert held at Redmen
Hall in Skamokawa
SKAMOKAWA, Wash. —
Redmen Hall, 1364 State Route
4 in Skamokawa, is presenting
its Second Sunday July Concert
from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Mu-
sicians Layton and Pam Elliott
are performing. Tickets cost
$10 for adults and $5 for chil-
dren 12 and younger.
Redmen Hall is open from
noon to 4 p.m. Thursday
through Sunday. For ques-
tions, call the hall at 360-795-
8675.
Columbia Senior Diners — 11:30
a.m., Peace Lutheran Church (lower
level), 565 12th St. The cost is $5. For
information, or to have a meal deliv-
ered, call 503-325-9693.
Columbia Senior Diners —
11:30 a.m., Peace Lutheran Church
(lower level), 565 12th St. The cost
is $5. For information, or to have a
meal delivered, call 503-325-9693.
Warrenton Senior Lunch Pro-
gram — noon, Warrenton Community
Center, 170 S.W. Third St. Suggested
donation of $5 for seniors and $7 for
those younger than 60. For informa-
tion, or to volunteer, call 503-861-3502
Monday or Thursday.
Community Skate Night — 5
to 9 p.m., Astoria Armory, 1650 Ex-
change St. Admission $3. Limited
roller skate rentals available for $3;
roller blades available. For infor-
mation, call 503-791-6064 or go to
www.astoriaarmory.com
Seaside Rotary Club — noon, Shi-
lo Inn, 20 N. Prom, Seaside. For informa-
tion, go to http://seasiderotary.com
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary,
Buoy 10 Flotilla 64 Astoria — 7
p.m., USCG Tongue Point Swim-
mers Building No. 1. Open to the
public. For information, go to
www.cgaux.org
Parents, Families and Friends
of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Or-
egon North Coast — 6:30 to 8 p.m.,
First Lutheran Church, 725 33rd St.
For information, contact Drew Herzig
at drewherzig@yahoo.com
HONOR
SOCIETY
HONOR ROLL
LA GRANDE — Juli Hol
of Astoria was recently initi-
ated into The Honor Society
of Phi Kappa Phi, a collegiate
honor society for all academ-
ic disciplines.
Hol was initiated at East-
ern Oregon University in La
Grande.
Membership is by invita-
tion and requires nomination
and approval by a chapter.
Only the top 10 percent of
seniors and 7.5 percent of
juniors, having at least 72 se-
mester hours, are eligible for
membership.
Today, more than $1 mil-
lion is awarded each bienni-
um to qualifying students and
members through graduate
fellowships, undergraduate
study abroad grants, mem-
ber and chapter awards and
grants for local and national
literacy initiatives.
For information, go to
www.phikappaphi.org
atre & Dance in Missoula,
Mont.
She is a 2005 graduate
of Washington Academy
of Performing Arts Con-
servatory High School
in Redmond, Wash., and
the daughter of Scott
and Helen McClaine of
Astoria.
The following students
have earned a 3.5 grade
point average or higher
at their school, qualifying
them for the honor roll.
Clatsop Community
College
Astoria
Astoria: Hillery Agu-
iar-Galloway, Malcom Ar-
chambault, Jaryd Atkins,
Alex Autio, Kendra Bevers,
Katelyn Bogh, Jack Bur-
khart, Jessica Childress,
Darby Cullen, Brianna Da-
vid, Melanie Davis, Adam
Dean, Sarah Fredericksen,
Andrea Gonzalez, Levi
Hammond, Bradford Heck,
Shelby Heck, Ella Hughes,
Madison Hunt, Kristine
Jensen, Ryan Johnson, Ja-
cob Kaup, Melissa Lahti,
Erin Laramore, Brian Licht-
enfels, Sarrah Lindgren,
Jennifer Mandujano, Sar-
ah Marble, Alex McNeff,
Brook Moreland, Teresa
Nicholson, Jeralyn O’Brien,
Georges Larsen, Desiree
Palomino, Chris Partin, Ty-
ler Pearson, Edwin Phillips,
Molly Savage-Kost, Nicole
Schaelling, Alicia Sutton,
D’len Thomasian, Stefan
Thompson, Sean Thurston,
Miguel Velasco, Jodi Vol-
lmer, Veronica Weidman,
Douglas Wilcox.
Birkenfeld:
Alexa
Clinefelter.
Cannon Beach: Andrea
Alzheimer’s Association
Oregon Chapter — Information,
referral and counseling services
for families and caregivers of
people with Alzheimer’s, demen-
tia and other related disorders.
For information, call 800-272-
3900 (24 hours a day).
tion, or to have a meal delivered,
call 503-325-9693.
referral, training and paid respite
for family caregivers.
Astoria Alzheimer’s & Oth-
er Dementia Family Support
Group — 2 to 3:30 p.m. third
Monday, Clatsop Care Center,
646 16th St., first floor confer-
ence room. Open to all family
members of people with demen-
tias. For information, call Roset-
ta Hurley at 503-325-0313, ext.
216, or email support@clatsop-
care.org
Exploring New Concepts
of
Retirement
Education
(ENCORE) — 503-338-2408.
Provides a wide assortment of
educational experiences for indi-
viduals older than 50.
Elder Friendship Line —
800-971-0016. Available from 8
a.m. to 11 p.m.; crisis calls taken
24/7.
National Suicide Preven-
tion Lifeline — 800-273 - TALK
(8255). A 24-hour, toll-free
suicide prevention service for
anyone in a suicidal crisis. TTY
users should dial 800-799-4TTY
(4889).
Warrenton TOPS — 9 to 9:45 a.m.
weigh-in, 10 a.m. meeting Wednesday,
First Baptist Church, 30 N.E. First St.,
Warrenton. For information, call Marilyn
Barnard 503-861-2918 or Jeannie Pike
503-861-1404.
Alcoholics Anonymous — To ¿nd
a meeting, call 503-861-5526 or go to
www.aa-oregon.org
Kick Butts Group Meets (Nico-
tine Anonymous) — 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Seaside Public Library,
1131 Broadway.
Al-Anon Family Groups infor-
mation line for Clatsop and Tillamook
counties, 503-338-5688. Oregon Area
Al-Anon website. oregonal-anon.org
Astoria Al-Anon — 12 p.m.
Wednesday, First United Methodist
Church, 1076 Franklin Ave. For informa-
tion, call 503-325-1087; 7 p.m. Thursday,
Seaside Al-Anon — 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, call 503-810-5196
for information.
Tillamook Al-Anon — 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, St. Albans Episcopal
Church, 2102 Sixth St., Tillamook. For
information, call 503-842-5094.
Warrenton Al-Anon — noon Friday,
United Methodist Church, 679 S. Main
Ave. For information, call 503-738-5727.
Narcotics Anonymous — The
Northwest Oregon Area of Narcotics
Anonymous (NWONA) holds meetings
in Clatsop County. For full schedule de-
tails, as well as upcoming special events,
call the Helpline at 503-717-3702, or go
to www.nworegonna.org
Men’s Sexual Purity Recovery
Group — Tuesday nights. Part of the
Pure Life Alliance (www.purelifealliance.
org) in Portland. For information, call the
con¿dential voice mail at 503-750-0817
and leave a message.
Clatsop Behavioral Health
After Hours Crisis Line — 503-
325-5724.
Clatsop Community Action
— 503-325-1400. Respite care
services, low-income energy
assistance, emergency food as-
sistance, housing information,
emergency personal care items.
Columbia Senior Diners —
11:30 a.m. weekdays, Peace Lu-
theran Church (lower level), 565
12th St. Cost is $5. For informa-
OTHER
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Yo-
cona (168) Sailors — Reunion of
shipmates being planned in 2015
for anyone stationed on the cutter
Yocona. For information, contact
Ken Pearson at 503-741-0860 or
kenpearson@centurytel.net
Columbia River Meditation
Group — 6 to 7:30 p.m., Room
306, Towler Hall, Clatsop Commu-
nity College. Class format, regis-
tration required. Drop-ins welcome.
For information, call Ron Maxted at
503-338-9153.
Seaside TOPS (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly)— 8 to 8:45 a.m. weigh-in, 9
to 10 a.m. meeting Tuesday, North Coast
Family Fellowship Church, 2245 N. Wa-
hanna Road, Seaside. For information,
call 503-861-2904.
Astoria TOPS — 5 p.m. weigh-in,
5:30 p.m. meeting Tuesday, First Luther-
an Church, 725 33rd St. For information,
call Trisha Hayrynen at 503-325-4114.
FRIDAY
AAUW Walking Group — 9:30
a.m. Seaside Branch of American
Association of University Women
weekly low-impact group walk, fol-
lowed by coffee and fellowship. For
information, call 503-738-7751.
Senior Lunch — 11:30 a.m.,
Bob Chisholm Senior Center, 1225
Avenue A, Seaside. Suggested do-
nation of $3 for those older than 60;
$6.75 for those younger than 60.
For information, call Michelle Lew-
is at 503-861-4200.
SENIOR NOTES
Nehalem Al-Anon — 7 p.m. Mon-
day, Riverbend Room, North County Rec-
reation District, 36155 Ninth St, Nehalem.
For information, call 503-368-8255.
Rainland Fly Casters — 7
p.m., First Presbyterian Church
Annex, 11th Street and Harrison
Avenue. For information, call Tom
Scoggins at 503-325-6358, or Walt
Weber at 360-777-8295, or go to
www.rainlandÀycasters.com
Senior Lunch — 11:30 a.m., Bob
Chisholm Senior Center, 1225 Avenue
A, Seaside. Suggested donation of $3
for those older than 60; $6.75 for those
younger than 60. For information, call
Michelle Lewis at 503-861-4200.
SELF-HELP GROUPS
Crossroads Community Church, 40618
Old Highway 30, Svensen. For informa-
tion, call 503-458-6929.
Lower Columbia Classic Car
Club — 7 p.m., Steve Jordan’s
shop building, 35232 Helligso Lane.
New members welcome. For infor-
mation or directions, call Steve Jor-
dan at 503-325-1807.
change St. Peer support group
for women living with, or at risk
of heart disease. The topic for
discussion is cholesterol. For in-
formation, email Michele Abraha-
ms at WH-NorthOregonCoast@
womenheart.org
SCHOLARSHIP
Kathryn
McClaine,
a sophomore studying
dance and lighting de-
sign/technology, earned a
$650 Odyssey of the Stars
Dance Scholarship and a
$1,350 Alexander and Vir-
ginia Dean Scholarship
from the University of
Montana School of The-
Wickiup Senior Lunches —
11:30 a.m., Wickiup Grange Hall,
92683 Svensen Market Road. Free for
those older than 60 ($3 suggested do-
nation), $6.75 for those younger than
age 60. For information, call Michelle
Lewis at 503-861-4200.
Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Fort Stevens Post 10580 — 7
p.m., Warrenton Christian Church,
1376 Anchor St., Warrenton. For
information, call Mel Jasmin at 503-
861-2030.
Food Pantries — 503-325-
1400. Clatsop Community Action
serves six food pantries in Clat-
sop County through the Oregon
Food Bank Network. Call for area
locations and hours.
Grief Support Group, Sea-
side — 2 to 4 p.m. ¿rst Thursday,
Bob Chisholm Community Cen-
ter, Meeting Room 1, 1225 Ave-
nue A, Seaside. For information,
call Lower Columbia Hospice at
503-338-6230.
Legal Aid Services of Ore-
gon — 888-245-4091. Provides
free services in civil cases to low
income people.
Lifespan Respite — 503-
325-1400. Provides information,
National Alliance on Mental
Illness — 800-950-NAMI (6264)
or locally, 503-717-1835. Sepa-
rate support groups for people
with mental illness and families
of those with mental illness are
available.
Northwest Oregon Housing
Authority — 503-861-0119. Rent
assistance based on income.
NorthWest Senior and Dis-
ability Services — 503-861-
4202 or 800-442-8614. Medicaid
services, food stamps, informa-
tion and assistance, family care-
giver support services, Medicare
choice assistance, home deliv-
ered meals, senior meal sites and
senior peer counseling.
Oregon Aging and Disabil-
ity Resource Connection —
855-ORE-ADRC
(673-2372),
www.adrcoforegon.org. Informa-
Gloves and Mittens Needed
— The Astoria Warming Center
needs a substantial number of large
size (so they will ¿t everyone) men’s
crocheted or knitted warm gloves
and mittens for the coming winter.
Some hats are also needed. For
information, call Sandy Rea at 503-
738-3103.
Villa Luna.
Gearhart: Christine Al-
len, Cynthia Gauntz, Ra-
chael Leroux, Cole Thom-
as.
Hammond: Josef Glov-
er, Raquel Legler, Desiree
Newberry.
Long Beach, Wash.:
Thomas Bowen, Lesley Fer-
guson, Isabelle Grotting,
Arrianna Wiegardt.
Naselle, Wash.: Allison
Todd.
Nehalem: Kathleen Id-
zal.
Ocean Park, Wash.:
Rosario Araujo, Ryan Ed-
wards, Dalila Galvan-Pa-
checo, Rosy Galvan-Pache-
co.
Oysterville,
Wash.:
Kimberly Perez.
Rosburg, Wash.: Emily
Saari.
Seaside: Rebecca Bell,
Evelyn Castro, Victoria
Clark, Travis Cockcroft, Tes-
sa Hoelscher, Jason Jones,
Rosemary Kinch, Parker
McCarthy, Lee Smith, Jose
Sosa, Jason Wallis.
Seaview, Wash.: Bre-
anne
Dale,
Brandon
Hoover.
Skamokawa,
Wash.:
Joss Ayres-Sims.
Warrenton:
Sonova
Aiken, Vickie Childs, Car-
lie Joy, Kyle Kirby, Alison
Walter, Ronnie Wilson.
Westport: Robert Bai-
ley, Katie Burgher.
tion and services for older adults,
people with disabilities, their
caregivers and families.
Oregon Home Care Com-
mission Registry and Referral
System — 877-867-0077, https://
www.or-hcc.org. Provides lists of
home care workers available to
hire.
Partners for Seniors — 503-
717-7174. Serves South Clatsop
County seniors with volunteer
visits, transportation, light house-
keeping, yard work, minor home
repairs, daily phone calls.
Senior Center, Astoria — As-
toria Senior Center, temporarily
located at 1555 W. Marine Drive
in the old Astoria Yacht Club, 503-
325-3231.
Senior Center, Seaside —
Bob Chisholm Community and
Senior Center, 1225 Avenue A,
Seaside, 503-738-7393.
Senior Center, Warrenton
— Warrenton Community and
Senior Center, 170 S.W. Third St,
Warrenton, 503-861-3502 Mon-
days and Thursdays.
Veteran BeneÀts — 800-827-
1000.