East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 13, 2019, WEEKEND EDITION, Page C2, Image 18

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East Oregonian
PHS class of 1954 celebrates 65 years
Saturday, July 13, 2019
BMCC student scores
internship with symphony
East Oregonian
Contributed Photo
The Pendleton High School class of 1954 met June 26 for its 65-year reunion. Those
present included first row: Ron Davidson, Wanda Wagner Wyrick, Darlene Brown Her-
bert, Betty Pedro Branstetter, Shirley Franklin Piatt, Jim Terry, Bob Hyde, Ray Reeder;
second row: Judy Masters Rew, Alice Roberts Bartlett, Katherine Wyss Bach, Billy Lou
Gudgel Crandall, Dorothy Howard Allstott, Cecile Maestretti Tresham, Margery Stock-
man Gutherie; third row: Dorothy Tonack Lowary, Mack Temple, Harriet Isom, Charles
(Bud) McKee, Carol Michael Alloway, Roberta Cobain; fourth row: Gary Lowary, Bill
Frank, Gary Petteys, Mary Ann Bunten Hurd.
Haug recently landed a
paid internship with the
Oregon East Symphony.
A student at Blue
College, Haug is gaining
valuable experience in non-
profit arts administration
as well as grant writing
and development. A violin-
ist and symphony strings
teacher, Haug also is part
of the teaching staff for the
Summer Strings Music
The position is paid
in part with a grant from
Altrusa International of
In addition to creat-
ing the next generation of
musicians, the symphony is
excited to provide support
for career development.
For more information
about the Oregon East
Contributed Photo
Janet Miller, right, the Oregon East Symphony grant coor-
dinator, works with summer intern Heidi Haug.
Symphony, contact info@
541-276-0320 or visit www.
Staff photo by Jade McDowell
Photo contributed by Cory Rosen
The local Boy Scouts of America/Boardman Police Department Explorer Post recently re-
ceived a donation from Michael Graham, far left, and Mike Sowa, far right, on behalf of the
Boardman Tillamook Creamery. Explorers include Zachery McDonough, Lillian Richardson,
Tucker Fye and Martin Chavez. (Not pictured: Sergio Rosales).
Tillamook churns out donation
East Oregonian
BOARDMAN — The local local Boy
Scouts of America/Boardman Police
Department Explorer Post benefited from
a recent donation from the Boardman Til-
lamook Creamery.
The Boardman Police Department
Explorer Post expressed appreciation for
the generous donation of $1,000 in support
of the local youth program. The money is
being used to provide uniforms, equipment
and sponsorship to the Oregon Annual
Law Enforcement Challenge. Officer
Cory Rosen said the group hopes to do well
at the event, which is Aug. 1-4 at the Camp
Rilea Armed Forces Training Facility at
Enjoying the dog days of summer
TOLLGATE — During a
day trip to Jubilee Lake this
past weekend, the Wise-
man family of Pendleton
saw everyone and their dog
enjoying the nice weather
while participating in out-
door fun.
Noemi Wiseman was
especially delighted to
see a young lady rowing a
two-person raft with her
dog. In addition to enjoy-
ing a picnic, the Wisemans
hiked on trails around the
lake and soaked in the sum-
mer sunshine.
Located in the Uma-
tilla National Forest, Jubi-
lee Lake offers camping
and a day-use area, includ-
ing fishing and swimming.
It’s located about 12 miles
northeast of Tollgate.
There is a $3 vehicle fee
per day. Summer camping
fees range from $17-$24. For
more information, search
American Legion Post 37 was one of the division winners during the Stanfield Fourth of
July parade.
Stanfield announces Fourth
of July parade winners
overall winner of the Stan-
field Fourth of July parade
went to the Desert Shrine
Club led by Jim Leitch.
Second place went to
Jim Morris and his 1955
M38A1 Military Jeep and
third was Petsense driven
by Yazell Chavez.
were Shirley Pettit and
Tony Erickson (clas-
sic car), local motorcy-
cle riders (new vehicles),
Glory Riders of Ore-
gon (horses), Ameri-
can Legion Post 37 (roy-
alty), Scott Harvesting
driven by Patrick Scott
(farm), Stanfield FFA
(youth/fraternal), Patriot
Auto Glass (business)
and Hermiston Warm-
ing Station with Teesie
Hill and Sandy Francis
The pie-baking con-
test winners were Jen-
nifer Baros (first place
adult), Kylee Ranson (sec-
ond place adult), Bethany
Woodall (third place adult),
Taylor Carnine (first place
junior), Katelyn Smith
(second place junior), Will
Smith (third place junior)
and Jory Carnine (fourth
place junior).
Winners of the Duck
Race were Shelly Dyer
($250), Pat Proebstel
($100) and Amy Pearson
The 3-on-3 competition
included winners in four
•Ages 10-14: Splash
Fam — Landon Shil-
hanek, Blake Peterson,
Grant Olsen, JR Starr
•Ages 15-19: Inglewood
Heat — Mario Sanchez,
Rene Sanchez, Guiomar
Garay, Aiden Garay
•Ages 20+: Purosho —
Jerry Ramirez, Quen-
tin Raynor, Dion Davis,
Fredy Vera
•Female: Team Car-
rilli — Jessenia Carrillo,
Lacey Sharp, Mariela
Carrillo, Rheanna Rivera
P et of
the Week
Paco is a 5 yr old neutered chiweenie. He is loving
and sweet, needs to be in a home with older couple
or someone single. He does have some back issues
that require his walks with a harness (does not
seem to bother him, should watch him for signs
of discomfort). Paco enjoy’s slow walks, car rides,
lounging in the sun, and relaxing in your lap.
Photo contributed by Noemi Wiseman
A young lady and her dog enjoy rafting a recent rafting ad-
venture at Jubilee Lake.
Good Shepherd Medical Center,
JULY 3, 2019
Zitzigani Diazbarriga Peñaloza and Luis
A. Peñaloza Diazbarriga of Umatilla: a girl,
Alexa Isabel Peñaloza Diazbarriga.
JULY 4, 2019
CRIBBS — Elisha M. Cribbs of Hermis-
ton: a girl, Ezilya Marie Cribbs.
300 Pets Adopted in 2019!
Visit Paco at the Pioneer
Humane Society/Paws
Tues - Sat • Noon - 4pm
517 SE 3rd ST, Pendleton
Check out the
-megumi’s dog grooming-
920 SW Frazer Ste. 105
Pendleton, OR 97801