The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, August 07, 2015, Image 11

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Crossroads Community
Hall, free of charge. Those
willing to help should come
at 3 p.m. to set up or 5 p.m.
to help clean up.
The church is offering
a Taizé Prayer and Song
service at 7 p.m. Wednes-
day. The service consists
of simple repeated chants,
periods of silence, prayers
individual and communal,
and the lighting of candles.
Grace conducts this evening
prayer service on the second
Wednesday of each month.
All are welcome.
For information, call the
church at 503-325-4691 or
go to
SVENSEN — Cross-
roads Community Church, a
Friends Fellowship, at 40618
Old Highway 30 in Svensen,
is holding a Free Family Film
Friday at 6:45 p.m. tonight,
featuring a full-length feature
old ¿lm favorite starting at 7
p.m. Free fresh popped pop-
corn, sodas, water and coffee
will be available. All are wel-
Peace Lutheran
As a mission fundraiser,
Peace Lutheran Church, 565
12th St., invites the Astoria
Regatta Grand Land Parade
viewers to stop by the church
First Lutheran
courtyard Saturday to enjoy
Brach Jennings is preach-
the green space with friends
ing at the 8:30 and 11 a.m.
and relax with root beer Àoats,
worship services Sunday at
Finnish prune tarts, and apri-
First Lutheran Church, 725
cot tarts. Sales begin at 10:30
Submitted Photo
33rd St. This is his last ser-
a.m. All are welcome.
Beginning at 9:30 a.m. A youth team from the 4K Cancer Bike Ride, part of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young vice before he leaves for
Aug. 14 and 15, the church Adults, visited Astoria on Aug. 2 and 3, and were hosted by First Lutheran Church for St Paul, Minn., to attend a
graduate program at Luther
is holding its annual Treasure dinner, breakfast and an overnight stay. 
Sale at the parking level Fel-
ego, Los Angeles, Seattle connected online and have a holding a service at 11 a.m.
Brach has been with the
lowship Hall.
For information, call 503 and Portland. The group ar- variety of stories to tell. One Sunday at the First Congrega- church for the last year as
rived in Astoria on day 64 of young man suffered from leu- tional Church, 820
part of his ministry
a 70 day trip. First Lutheran kemia and had a bone marrow Alameda Ave. The
education program
Bethany Free Lutheran Church hosted the young peo- transplant and painful recov- Rev. Kit Ketcham
at Paci¿c Lutheran
Bethany Free Lutheran ple with dinner, breakfast and ery in 2012. One young wom- will facilitate a
Theological Sem-
Church’s Sunday worship ser- an overnight stay. Each mem- an is from Taiwan, but attends discussion on “Pre-
inary in Berkeley,
vice is being held at 11 a.m. at ber of the team raises at least college in the U.S. Some of paring for Death.”
Calif., where he re-
Cullaby Lake’s south shelter. $4,500 for the trip. Donated the bikers have never seen the Refreshments are
ceived his master’s
A picnic follows at noon. For accommodations and food ocean, and were anxious to being furnished by
degree in divinity at
information, call 503-325- items are solicited or provided dip their feet and bicycle tires Peggy Coreson.
the end of May. He
For information,
along their route.
has shown his skill
in the salt water. All of the rid-
All of the members of ers on the team to Portland are call 503-325-5225
in teaching through-
First Lutheran
each team have been touched from the East Coast and Mid- or go to www.pac-
out the year.
Thirty youths from the 4K by cancer in some way; they West.
A coffee hour in
Cancer Bike Ride visited As- have family members who
his honor will be
For information, go to
*race (SiscoSaO
toria on Aug. 2 and 3. They have survived or died of can-
held after both services. All
Grace Episcopal Church, are welcome.
are part of The Ulman Cancer cer, and a few of them are sur-
Paci¿c 8nitarian
1545 Franklin Ave., is serv-
Fund for Young Adults, and vivors themselves. They dedi-
For information, call the
ing the monthly Second Sun- church at 503-325-6252 or go
make up one of four teams cate each day, and their entire
The Paci¿c Unitarian day Soup-Supper meal at 4 to www.astoria¿rstlutheran.
riding from Baltimore, Md., trip to speci¿c people.
to the West Coast to San Di-
The team members have Universalist Fellowship is p.m. Sunday in the Parish com
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M ortu ary & C rem atory
In conjunction with the
Astoria High School Class of
1960 reunion weekend Aug.
22-23, the Capt. Robert Gray
Junior High School graduat-
ing class of 1956 is holding
a no-host breakfast gathering
at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 22 in the
Dooger’s Seafood and Grill
private dining room, 103 U.S.
Highway 101 in Warrenton.
This will be the 59th anniver-
sary of the class graduation
from Gray, and the 67th year
since they started ¿rst grade
“We are still good friends
after all those years,” Jean
Ostrom Montgomery said.
“We would really like fellow
Explorers from other class-
es of our era to come by to
say hello, but please identify
yourself. We haven’t changed
since we were 14 years old,
and we will remember you,
but unless your looks haven’t
changed either, we won’t rec-
ognize you.”
For information, call
Montgomery at 503-667-7540
or email
Ca ring Professiona l Service
Serving Fam ilies for G enerations
H u g h es-R an som
SE A SID E • 220 N H ollad ay • 503.738.6622
Capt. Robert
Gray Junior
High School
class of 1956
holds reunion
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A STO R IA • 576 12th Street • 503.325.2535