Wallowa County chieftain. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1943-current, November 18, 2015, Page A5, Image 5

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    Wallowa County Chieftain
There will be an American
Red Cross blood drive from noon
to 6 p.m. at the Cloverleaf Hall on
Hwy 3. To schedule an appoint-
ment or for more information,
contact Cindi Aschenbrenner at
541-426-2039 or Julie Todd at
Sam Collett hosts a
twice-monthly still life drawing
gathering, complete with a
live model every ¿rst and third
Wednesday of the month from 7
-9 p.m. at the Josephy Center.
$5-10 suggested donation for
model. All skill levels welcome.
Thursday, Nov. 19
Posthumous book launch for
Christine Anderson “Moments
and Intervals.” 7 p.m. at Fishtrap,
400 E Grant St. in Enterprise.
Anderson’s family and writers
group will discuss the book and
Anderson’s life.
Friday, Nov. 20
Project Heartbeat will be con-
ducting a ¿rst aidCPRAE' class
in Enterprise. The class will train
lay responders to assist those
suffering medical emergencies,
both minor and major, until the
ambulance arrives. Upon com-
pletion of the course participants
will receive a two-year certi¿-
cation from the American Red
Cross. Cost of the seven-hour
class is $45. For more informa-
tion, the location of the class or
to register call 541-432-0259.
Saturday, Nov. 21
The winter holidays are just
around the corner and the public
invited to Wallowa Lake Lodge
for its Almost Thanksgiving
'inner on 1ov. 21. 'inner tickets
are $35 each. The evening will
kick off with libations and hors
d’oeuvres at 5 p.m., dinner at
6:15 p.m. To RSVP, please call
541-398-0305. To learn more
about Lake Wallowa Lodge LLC,
visit www.lakewallowalodge.com.
By Kathleen Ellyn
Wallowa County Chieftain
Baker City will be hosting
one of many 2015 International
Survivors of Suicide Loss 'ay.
The event will be held at Mad
Matilda’s, 1933 Court St., from
2 to 4 p.m. There will be a guest
speaker, and snacks and bev-
erages will be served. The main
focus is to be one of healing.
2ld-Time Community 'ance
(Squares, Reels, Circles, Waltz-
es, Contras) with Live String
Band and caller from 7-10 p.m.
at Hurricane Creek Grange Hall,
between Enterprise and Joseph.
$5person, under 12 free. Begin-
ners welcome. 1o partner or spe-
cial clothing required. All dances
taught and called. For details,
call Laura at 541-398-0800.
Lower Valley Farmers’ Mar-
ket, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 301 E. 1st
St., Wallowa.
Methodist Market, featuring
canned goods, baked goods,
candy and homemade gifts and
crafts, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Joseph Methodist Church, corner
of 3rd and Lake streets. Cinna-
mon rolls, soup, pie and coffee
will be available.
Nov. 21-22
The Good Book sale (former-
ly at Fishtrap and the Josephy
Center) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday at the small, white house
on the corner of Main and 3rd
streets in Joseph, next to the
Joseph United Methodist Church.
All donations fund local mission
projects. Questions? Call 541-
Sunday, Nov. 22
Joseph Baptist Church on
Courtesy of Vixen Radford
Joseph Fire Chief Jeff Wecks stands on duty in the streets
of Joseph on Nov. 7 for the annual Fill the Fire Truck event.
Firemen all over the county collected food, cash and personal
items for the Community Connection food bank. Enterprise
and Joseph fire departments collected about $7,500 worth
of donations. Final results for the Wallowa and Lostine
departments were not available as of press time. Community
Connection manager Connie Guentert estimated their
contributions would put the county up over $10,000, which
should keep the food bank in stores until spring.
Main Street will host a song ser-
vice starting at 10:30 a.m. Bring
a dish for sharing. For details,
contact Carol at 541-432-0519.
St. Patrick’s Episcopal
Church, 100 1ortheast Main St.,
Enterprise, is hosting a communi-
ty dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. fea-
turing spaghetti, salads, French
bread and ice cream. 'onations
will support the Enterprise Com-
munity Connection food bank.
The Eagle Cap Ski Club
Annual Meeting takes place
at 4 p.m. in the lodge at Fergi.
Potluck will follow. Please bring a
dish to pass. Prior to the meeting
we will have a work day at the hill
starting at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 24
“A Century of Women in
Aviation,” with Steven Locke, part
of the brown bag program at the
Josephy Center. Steven grew up
here, wandered the world and
now teaches education at the
University of Wyoming. Anyone
interested in Àying, in Wallowa
County history, and the struggles
of women to gain professional
jobs and recognition will want to
make this one. 1oon to 1 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Coffee available. 'onations are
No one in Wallowa Coun-
ty should have to go without
during Christmas.
That’s what more than 50
volunteers and a dozen orga-
nizations think, and given the
public response to the pro-
grams that provide Christmas
to those in need, it’s what a
whole lot of Wallowa County
residents believe, too.
Every year organizations
throughout the valley — from
4-H and FFCLA to VFW and
Granges — contribute in many
ways to the Elks (BPOE 1829)
Christmas Basket Program.
These organizations arrange
food drives, help wrap gifts
and deliver the goodies.
“We always get a lot of
community support on it,
that’s for sure,” said Elks Pres-
ident Donnie Rynearson.
Through the program, food
baskets containing a basic
Christmas dinner are distribut-
ed throughout the community.
Baskets are scaled to the size
of the family.
At the same time, the Tree
of Giving project, organized by
the City of Enterprise in part-
nership with the Elks, gets un-
derway. The names of children
up to age 17, seniors and people
with disabilities in care, and se-
Gwen Trice of Enterprise,
founder and executive director
of Maxville Heritage Interpre-
tive Center (MHIC), has been
nominated to be among Ore-
gon Women of Achievement.
If named, Trice would join
86 women selected for the
honor since 1985 by the Ore-
gon Commission for Women.
Nominations closed Oct. 15
and winners are expected to
be announced early next year.
Trice has devoted her life
since 2007 to the history of
the extinct multicultural log-
ging town of Maxville, 20
miles north of Wallowa.
She was nominated by
James Manning, chairman of
the Oregon Commission on
Black Affairs.
supporters is
Mary Oberst
Oregon’s First
“I’ve met
many of the esteemed recip-
ients of the award, who are
political or business leaders
from the Willamette Valley,”
Oberst wrote in an endorse-
ment letter.
“I believe it’s time to rec-
ognize the amazing achieve-
ments of a woman from
Oregon’s northeast corner —
Wallowa County — who is
rede¿ning the history that we
all think we know.”
Oregon Historical Soci-
ety Executive Director Kerry
Tymchuk also endorsed Trice.
“I don’t often get to say
‘this person changed Oregon
history,’ but I can say that about
Gwen,” Tymchuck wrote.
“Speci¿cally, her work
has changed the way we view
Oregon history, particular-
ly Oregon’s logging history.
Through MHIC, Gwen has
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niors living alone are collected
and Christmas baskets and gifts
are wrapped for them.
The Tree of Giving tra-
ditionally is set up in the En-
terprise Flower Shop by Nov.
20, and names (not their real
names), ages and gift sugges-
tions are written on tree or-
naments. Anyone can stop in,
choose a name from the tree
and provide a gift.
“A lot of people come in
during Winterfest to pick up a
name, shop and return the gift
that day,” said volunteer Pam
The last day to get your
present to the tree is Dec. 16.
Names have been gathered
by various agencies but indi-
viduals in need who have not
been contacted may do so by
calling Rynearson at 541-263-
0598 before Dec. 4. Forms also
are available at Community
Connection, Wallowa Food
City, City of Enterprise and
Building Healthy Families.
Baskets will be wrapped
and loaded for delivery at Clo-
verleaf Hall beginning Dec. 15
and are delivered Dec. 19.
People who want to make
a monetary donation to the
Elks holiday program may do
so by sending a check to: Elks
Christmas Basket Program,
BPOE 1829, P.O. Box K, En-
terprise, OR 97828.
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Maxville Heritage director nominated for
Oregon Women of Achievement honor
Wallowa County Chieftain
Christmas programs
set to gather goods
Wednesday, Nov. 18
November 18, 2015
illuminated the hard work
of multiple minority ethnic
communities in Oregon’s
forests – African- Americans,
Japanese, Greeks, Filipinos.
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