Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current | View Entire Issue (June 18, 2019)
THE ASTORIAN • TuESdAy, JuNE 18, 2019
16tH AnNuAl RuNnInG oF tHe TrOlLs
Come wake up with the Trolls
for a fun run Saturday morning,
June 22, through the beautiful Olney
The run/walk is a great way to
support your local youth through
scholarships and to burn a few extra
calories before enjoying all the deli-
cious foods at the festival!
Our very own resident troll will be
on hand to cheer or chase depending
on how his “beauty sleep” goes the
night before. He will also be accom-
panied by a little Swedish girl who
will be ready to hand out bottles of
water when you are feeling parched!
Troll attire or any other Scandina-
vian outfits are encouraged but not
So put on your running/walking
shoes and come have some fun!
A big thanks to our sponsors
Columbia Memorial Hospital, Fin-
nware and Loop Jacobson Jewelry.
And don’t forget: all proceeds
from the race go to the Astoria Scan-
dinavian Midsummer Festival Schol-
IF YOU GO
16th Annual Running of the Trolls
When: 8:30 a.m., Saturday, June 22
Where: Clatsop County Fairgrounds, 92937 Walluski
Cost: $25. Includes Troll Run t-shirt or 3-day Admission
wristband for the festival. Free parking on race day and
a bottle of water are also included.
Registration: Participants can fill out a registration
form and mail a check to: Running of the Trolls, P.O. Box
34, Astoria, OR 97103. Make checks payable to S.M.F.A.
Participants can also register at the Festival Information
Booth on Friday, June 21, or on race day during check-in.
Race day check-in: 7-8 a.m. at the entrance to the Fair-
grounds building. T-shirts, festival wristbands, parking
passes and water are distributed at this time.
Course: Leave Clatsop County Fairgrounds parking
lot, follow Walluski Loop Road to Labiske Lane turn off,
turn around and follow same route back to fairgrounds.
Mostly flat terrain with one gradual hill on a scenic,
country road. Distance choices are 1.5 mile run/walk,
3 mile run/walk or 5.75 mile run. Sorry, no dogs are
allowed on any of the courses (except registered service
or guide dogs).
Awards: Overall top male, female and youth runner for
the 5.75 mile run will be awarded prizes.
A runner with the troll in 2018.
Appointments Gladly Accepted!
T h a t ’s W h y W e ’r e
Keith Klatt, MD
Our friendly and dedicated Physicians and Physi-
cian Assistants are available for all of your routine
healthcare needs, not just for emergency situations!
If you’re suffering from a headache, toothache,
earache, backache, any illness or injury, are in need
of a refill of your prescription medications, or even
a sports physical or DOT physical, our dedicated
staff is here to assist you!
WE ARE OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK
M ONDAY -F RIDAY 7 AM -7 PM
S ATURDAY -S UNDAY 9 AM -7 PM
We are located in the Park Medical
Building East on Exchange Street.
We accept most insurances, offer a
cash discount and also accept the
Oregon Health Plan and Medicare.
We observe the following holidays & are closed on July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year’s Day.
Sally Baker, PA-C
2120 Exchange Street, Suite 111
Mark Tabor, PA-C
Kenyon Solecki, PA-C
Express Healthcare for Busy Lifestyles 503-325-0333