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Friday, July 26, 2019
8:50 p.m. — Three customers could not pay their $70 tab at
Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant, 1408 S.W. Court Ave., Pendleton.
Staff reported the theft to police.
9:29 p.m. — Stanfield police took a report for criminal mis-
chief at Oregon Trail Mini Storage, 99 N. Bonanza St., Echo.
10:19 p.m. — Hermiston police responded to a disturbance
on the 300 block of East Ridgeway Drive.
11:58 p.m. — A caller reported physical domestic violence at
a site on North Townsend Road, Hermiston.
MORROW COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Bar-
tholomew Government Building upper conference room, 110
N. Court St., Heppner. (541-922-4624)
FRIDAY, JULY 26
No meetings scheduled
MONDAY, JULY 29
INTERMOUNTAIN ESD BOARD RETREAT, 9 a.m., Tollgate
Store, 61821 Lakeshore Drive, Weston. A board meeting will fol-
low at the IMESD office in Pendleton at 3:30 p.m. (Marla Royal
INTERMOUNTAIN EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT, 3:30 p.m.,
InterMountain ESD office, 2001 N.W. Nye Ave., Pendleton.
(Marla Royal 888-437-6892)
BOARDMAN CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING, 7 p.m.,
Boardman City Hall, 200 City Center Circle, Boardman. Dis-
cussion of the upcoming census, a second reading on an
easement vacation and mobile vendors will be followed by
an opportunity for citizen submissions (3 minute limit per
speaker). (Heather Baumgartner 541-481-9252)
MORROW COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT, 7 p.m., Ione Commu-
nity Church, 470 E. Main St., Ione. (Tonia Adams 541-676-2942)
TUESDAY, JULY 30
WEST UMATILLA MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT, 3 p.m.,
district office, 3005 S. First St., Hermiston. (Janie Cuellar
8:02 a.m. — A resident on Highway 332, Milton-Freewater,
reported a burglary.
11:36 a.m. — Pendleton police received a report of a vehi-
cle theft at Umatilla County Transitional Housing, 4704 N.W. Pio-
6:30 p.m. — Stanfield police responded to a report of men-
acing at Pilot RV Park, 2125 S. Highway 395, Stanfield.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31
BUTTER CREEK IRRIGATION DISTRICT, 8 a.m., AgriNorthwest
Boardman farm office, 78415 Poleline Road, Boardman. (Bonnie
ECHO IRRIGATION DISTRICT, 8:30 a.m., AgriNorthwest Board-
man farm office, 78415 Poleline Road, Boardman. (Bonnie
THURSDAY, AUG. 1
WEST EXTENSION IRRIGATION DISTRICT, 9 a.m., Irrigon Fire
Department, 705 N.E. Main St., Irrigon. An executive session
may be called to discuss legal issues. (Lisa Baum 541-922-3814)
ADAMS PLANNING COMMISSION, 6:30 p.m., Adams City Hall,
190 N. Main St., Adams. (541-566-9380)
FRIDAY, AUG. 2
No meetings scheduled
Anna Marie ‘Squeek’ Boursaw
August 27, 1949 — July 16, 2019
Anna Marie “Squeek” death by her parents and a
Boursaw of Hermiston was brother, Timothy.
She is survived by her
born August 27, 1949, in
Newberry, Michigan, the children, David Bailey of
daughter of Sherley and Irrigon, Channon Baker
of Pilot Rock,
She passed away
of Fossil, Daina
surrounded by her
Srofe of Stanfield,
loving family in
Curtis of Stanfield
on July 16, 2019, at
and Darla Hunt
the age of 69 years.
of Irrigon; sister
Anna lived in
g r a n d ch i ld r e n ,
moving to Oregon in the late dren, nieces, nephews and
1950s. She lived in Rain- extended family members.
ier and Arlington, Oregon,
A memorial service will
where she attended school. be held at 2 p.m. on Satur-
She moved to Eastern Ore- day, August 17, 2019, at the
gon in the early 1970s where Stanfield Moose Lodge,
she has resided since.
615 W. Coe Ave., Stanfield,
Anna was an amazing Ore.
Family suggest memo-
cook and worked in restau-
rants, schools and used her rial donations be made to the
skills in many locations. She American Cancer Society in
also enjoyed sewing, cro- her memory.
cheting and making crafts.
Burns Mortuary of Herm-
She loved her family and iston is in care of arrange-
especially enjoyed her time ments. To leave an online
with her grandchildren and condolence for the family
please go to www.burns-
She was preceded in mortuaryhermiston.com.
Virginia Ann Salter
February 4, 1945 — July 18, 2019
Photo contributed by Larry McMillan
People enjoy an outdoor worship service in August 2018 in Pendleton. The First Christian Church of Pendleton is hosting
its third annual Worship in the Park Aug. 4 at Pioneer Park in Pendleton.
Christian church hosts
park worship service
PENDLETON — The public is
invited to enjoy an outdoor church
service next weekend in Pendleton.
In its third year, the Pendleton
First Christian Church is hosting
its annual Worship in the Park. The
informal event is Sunday, Aug. 4 at
10 a.m. at Pioneer Park, 400 N.W.
Despain Ave., Pendleton.
Wheelchair assistance will be
available and open-air canopies
will be set up for shade. In addition,
lunch will be served in the covered
picnic area after the service.
For more information, call 541-
276-5358 or search Facebook.
Golf tourney tees off for
UMATILLA — A two-person
flighted scramble golf tournament
will benefit Campus Life.
In its fourth year, the Campus
Life Golf Tournament is Saturday,
Aug. 24 at Big River Golf Course,
709 Willamette Ave., Umatilla.
Registration opens at 7 a.m. with a
shotgun start at 8 a.m. The cost is
$50 per person. Book money will
be awarded for gross and net team
The event raises thousands of
dollars to help support Hermiston’s
Campus Life program. The faith-
based organization supports local
For more information or to reg-
ister, contact info@campuslifegolf.
com or visit www.campuslifegolf.
com. In addition, hole sponsorships
are available. To reserve a cart, con-
tact Megan Olsen at 541-922-3006 or
Virginia Ann Salter of poetry, painting, doing puz-
Hermiston was born Feb- zles and taking trips to the
ruary 4, 1945, in Los Ange- coast to explore lighthouses.
les, Calif., the daughter of She is a longtime member
of the Hermis-
Royal and Thelma
ton First Christian
She passed away
She was pre-
in Hermiston on
ceded in death by
Thursday, July 18,
both of her parents.
2019, at the age of
She is survived
by her daugh-
ter Deborah and
in Salem, Oregon,
Browning of Kent,
she attended school
and graduated from
of Salem; and sev-
high school in 1963.
eral extended fam-
In 1970, she moved
to La Grande, Ore-
gon, and in 1973
she made Herm-
service will be at
iston her home.
3 p.m. Saturday,
She attended East-
August 17, 2019,
ern Oregon State
at the First Chris-
tian Church, 775
EOU) where she received her W. Highland Ave., Hermis-
teaching certification and a ton, Ore.
Family suggest memorial
bachelor’s degree. She taught
English as a Second Lan- donations be made to Vange
guage at West Park Elemen- John Memorial Hospice.
tary School for many years.
Burns Mortuary of Herm-
After retiring, she continued iston is in care of final arrange-
teaching as a substitute in the ments. To leave an online con-
Hermiston School District for dolence for the family please
go to www.burnsmortuary-
Virginia enjoyed writing hermiston.com
FRIDAY, JULY 26
FRIDAY, JULY 26
11TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOUR-
NAMENT & AUCTION, 8:30 a.m.-
2:30 p.m., Wildhorse Resort & Casino,
46510 Wildhorse Blvd, Pendleton.
Annual event includes greens fees, golf
cart, tee prize bags, lunch, raffles, cash
prizes for contests and more! Entry fee
is $100 per person or $400 per team.
Raffle tickets $1 each or 6 for $5. Limited
to 30 teams, reservations suggested.
Sponsorship packages available. (Beth
EASTERN OREGON ECONOMIC SUM-
MIT, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Hermiston High
School, 600 S. First St., Hermiston. Fea-
tures economic update, keynnote
speakers, federal and state legislative
updates, governor’s marketplace ses-
sions and more. Discussion panels on
public contracting, housing, workforce,
business recruitment, water infrastruc-
ture, forest management plan, wild-
life management, policy, commodies,
taxes, broadband, land use and more.
Cost is $25, register online at www.east-
ernoregonsummit.com. (Bobby Levy
WILLOW CREEK FARMERS MARKET,
9 a.m.-2 p.m., Heppner City Park, 444
N. Main St., Heppner. Vendors will offer
produce, baked goods, plants, jams
and jellies, handmade and artisan items
and more. Vendor space available for
$25 adults, $10 school-aged children.
(Andrea DiSalvo 757-285-5792)
SENIOR CENTER PICNIC, 11:30 a.m.,
Community Park, 1000 S.W. 37th St.,
Pendleton. Bring a lawn chair and a pot-
luck dish to share. Hamburgers, hot
dogs, punch, ice cream and table ser-
vice will be provided. Fun and prizes for
all. Public welcome. (541-276-7101)
FREE FRIDAY LUNCH, 12 p.m., Echo
Community Church, 21 N. Bonanza St.,
Echo. Everyone welcome.
HERMISTON SENIOR MEAL SERVICE,
12 p.m., Harkenrider Center, 255 N.E.
Second St., Hermiston. Cost is $4 for
adults, free for children 10 and under, $4
for Meals on Wheels. Extra 50 cents for
utensils/dishes. Bus service available by
STORY AND CRAFT TIME, 2 p.m., Echo
Public Library, 20 S. Bonanza, Echo.
VFW BINGO, 6 p.m., Hermiston VFW, 45
W. Cherry St., Hermiston. Doors open at
6 p.m., games begin at 7 p.m. Everyone
VETERANS TOWN HALL MEETING,
6 p.m., Pendleton Convention Center,
1601 Westgate, Pendleton. Kelly Fitzpat-
rick, director of the Oregon Department
of Veterans’ Affairs, will share updates
regarding programs and initiatives, and
veteran-related developments from
the 2019 legislative session, and answer
questions and gain feedback from
the community. Free. (Tyler Francke
MOVIES IN THE PARK, 9 p.m., McKen-
zie Park, 320 S. First St., Hermiston. Bring
a blanket or chair and snacks. Free.
MOVIES IN THE PARK, 9 p.m., Com-
munity Park, 1000 S.W. 37th St., Pendle-
ton. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Con-
cessions available for purchase. Free.
SATURDAY, JULY 27
IRRIGON WATERMELON FESTIVAL,
6:30 a.m.-11:30 p.m., Irrigon Marina Park,
end of Northeast 10th Street, Irrigon.
Free admission. Breakfast (6:30-10 a.m.),
parade (10 a.m.), park activities, includ-
ing food and vendor booths, live enter-
tainment, raffles, car & motorcycle show
and lots of watermelon.
CITY-WIDE YARD SALES, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.,
private homes, throughout town, Pilot
Rock. Sales will be held all over Pilot
Rock. Maps available at Pilot Rock City
Hall for $5. (541-443-2811)
7-10 a.m., White Eagle Grange, 43828
White Eagle Road, Pendleton. Pancakes,
French toast, ham, sausage, bacon, hash
browns, eggs, ham & cheese omelet,
ham scramble, biscuits & sausage gravy,
coffee and juice. Cost is $7 for ages 8
and up, $4 for ages 5-7 and free for ages
4 and under. Gun raffle tickets on sale,
$10 each, available at Garner’s Sporting
Goods, Pendleton Les Schwab or from
any grange member. (Gail Wilson 541-
310-9655 or 541-969-6981)
FUSSELMAN, EDITH — Funeral service at 10:30 a.m.
at Bethel Assembly of God Church, 342 S. Wilbur, Walla
Walla. Interment will follow at the Milton-Freewater Cem-
etery. A potluck reception will be held at the church follow-
ing the services.
TIMM, STEVE — Celebration of life from 2-4 p.m. at
the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 241 S.E. Second St.,
SATURDAY, JULY 27
GODWIN, CHRIS — Funeral service at 3 p.m. in the
chapel at Burns Mortuary, 685 W. Hermiston Ave., Hermis-
ton. Burial will follow at the Hermiston Cemetery.
HARRISON, BARB — Celebration of life service
(invitation only) at New Hope Community Church, 1350 S.
Highway 395, Hermiston.
HARTLEY, DENNIS — Service with military honors
at 1 p.m. at the Hermiston Cemetery.
SHAMPINE, PAUL — Celebration of life at 1 p.m. at
Peace Lutheran Church, 210 N.W. Ninth St., Pendleton. A
dessert reception will follow the service.
STANLEY, JAMES — Visitation from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., with recitation of the rosary at noon, at Burns Mor-
tuary, 336 S.W. Dorion Ave., Pendleton.
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