EASTERN OREGON MARKETPLACE Tuesday, August, 6, 2019 Mom & Baby Support Group East Oregonian Page 5A 504 Homes for Sale 504 Homes for Sale 504 Homes for Sale 504 Homes for Sale Never been a better time to sell. Get a FREE market analysis call Turn Here Realty & Travel for all your Real Estate Needs-Call Kerry 541 377 6855 TURN HERE REALTY & TRAVEL 305 SW Court Ave Pendleton Summer is nearly here, it’s a great time to buy that home you have been dreaming of. Call Carolyn Rovier 541-786-0822 Ranch-N-Home Realty $259,000 3025 sf(m/l) on 2 levels, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Hardwood floors, traditional fireplace, F/A heat and cool. Beautiful so- larium. Passive solar heating system. Native plant landscap- ing. Jerry 541-969-6378 cell. #19387258 $359,000 2 STORY BUNGALOW w/ 5,000 sf(m/l). Hardwood floors, amazing kitchen, quartz coun- tertops, stainless steel applianc- es. Finished attic converted to master suite, basement w/guest bedroom, fullbath. Jason 760- 409-6842 cell. #19346733 Home sweet home! Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom with updated kitchen, tile flooring, wood floors and carpeting throughout. Main floor offers a bathroom with a step in soaking bath, arched doorways and vaulted ceilings in the upper floor. Lots of room for the family in this two story home with a full basement on a corner lot and fenced yard in the historic town of Heppner. MLS 19139457, $220000. Carolyn at Ranch-N-Home Realty. 541-786-0822 Coldwell Banker Whitney & Associates 541-276-0021 Coldwell Banker Whitney & Associates 541-276-0021 Garton & Associates 541-276-0931 $254,900 North Hill. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2800 sf(m/l). Fenced yard w/view. New exterior/in- terior paint, remodeled kitchen, new counter tops, cabinets, tile, flooring. Refinished hardwood floors. Kevin 541-969-8243 cell. #19017498 Coldwell Banker Whitney & Associates 541-276-0021 Something for everyone in the Classifieds CUW Head Start OPEN ENROLLMENT Looking for Children ages 3-5 CUW Offers: • Comprehensive preschool program with school readiness • Curriculum that encourages children to develop good personal & health habits • Cultural activities that promote self-esteem & social development For more information: Please call CUW Head Start Office: 541-429-7834 We meet every Friday 9AM -11AM at St Anthony Hospital in Conference Rooms 3 & 4 This support group is Free and specifically geared toward Moms and Caregivers. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertising in this paper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national or- igin, or an intention to make any such preference, limita- tion, or discrimination. Famil- ial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women, and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any adver- tising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are avail- able on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of dis- crimination, call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll- free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800- 927-9275. 541-567-0272 2150 N. First St., Hermiston We provide Free snacks, support, breastfeeding help and baby weigh ins. August 6th -11th FREE VEGAN SOFT SERVE CONE! $1.00 OFF Watermelon Heaven Smoothie & Kombucha on tap 30 % OFF St. Anthony Clinic 3001 St. Anthony Way Pendleton, Oregon www.sahpendleton.org Looking for a new place to live? The classified ads offer a complete section of homes, apartments, and mobile homes to fit your needs. Check daily for new listings! • All Horse, Farm, Chicken, Cow & BBQ Items • Vigorganic Closeout Special BOGO FREE SELECT BRACELETS GOLF GAME gone to pot? Sell those old clubs with a classified ad. (FREE ITEM MUST BE EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE) GIVE your budget a break! Check today’s classified ads for excellent buys on the items you need. SIDEWALK SALE CLEARANCE ITEMS!!! NEW CAR BUYING GUIDE | SAFETY Life-Saving Automotive Tech The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that were over 31,000 people killed in automotive accidents in 2017, with a large portion blamed on human error. While we may not be able to set a destination and catch a quick nap while all our vehicles do all the work, tech- nology has made staying safe on the road more feasible than ever. Here are some innovative features to look for in your brand-new vehicle, as suggested by the NHTSA. AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKING SYSTEMS Considered the next wave of potentially significant advances in accident avoid- ance, an AEB system detects an impending forward colli- sion and uses tactics to avoid the impact. With the use of sensors and cameras, the sys- tem can automatically engage the brakes to lessen the risks of an accident or mitigate its severity. BACKUP CAMERA These unique camera sys- tems give us an eagle-eye view of the surroundings behind us. They are beneficial in avoiding backing into other vehicles and more importantly small children © ADOBE STOCK who may not be visible in the rear window. Most systems engage when the vehicle is put into reverse and display a clear image on an infotainment center or even the rearview mirror. As of May 2018, the NHTSA requires this life-saving tool to be standard on all new vehicles. LANE ASSIST Even drivers who are com- mitted to safety can find themselves distracted. Sometimes, life happens when the kids are being rowdy in the backseat or our minds drift to stressful situa- tions in our lives. Fortunately, lane assist features can alert us that we’re drifting out of our space or even overtake steering controls to maintain a vehicle’s place in its lane. This same type of system is also beneficial in alerting drivers of hazards in their blind spot before changing lanes. Detection sensors will provide an audio or visual warning when it is unsafe to make a move. It’s beneficial to avoid emergency braking for other drivers, rollovers and fatal collisions. When researching different vehicles, make sure to check the available safety features. While some are available on a base package, more innova- tive technology is only includ- ed in more expensive sub-model options.