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WEDNESDAY, Jan. 24
Making Parenting a Pleasure: 5:30
p.m. Building Healthy Families, 207 NW Park
St., Enterprise. Free dinner. Childcare avail-
able. Support parents with strategies around
communication, challenging behavior, stress
management and more.
5:30 p.m. above
the Lostine Tav-
ern in Lostine. All
itation: 2 p.m.
403 North Main,
tion is an ancient
tion of gentle movements designed to reunite
individuals with the “limitless” emptiness from
where all things originate.
Food Giveaway: 11:30 a.m. Wallowa
Senior Center in Wallowa and 11 a.m. Enter-
prise Senior Center. Sponsored by Wal-
lowa Fresh Food Alliance. Perishable food
Adult Clay Class with Mellica McIntire:
3 p.m. Josephy Center, 403 Main St, Joseph.
Wallowa County Rotary Club: Noon
St. Katherine of Siena Catholic
Church, 301 E. Garfield,
ODFW Fish Biologist Jeff
Yanke. Meeting is open to
FRIDAY, Jan. 26
Food Giveaway: Noon Wallowa Senior
Center in Wallowa, 11 a.m. Enterprise Senior
Center and noon at The
Place in Joseph. Sponsored
by Wallowa Fresh Food
Alliance. Perishable food
Food Giveway: Noon
204 Second St., Wallowa,
sponsored by Wallowa
Fresh Food Alliance. Perish-
able food available.
Youth Dance Classes:
1:30 p.m. The Place in
Joseph. For children 5-8. 2:30 p.m. for chil-
dren 9-13. Develop body awareness and
coordination. Instructor: Kellee Sheehy. salu-
Purely Restorative: 9:45 a.m. above the
Lostine Tavern in Lostine. A gentle style of
yoga. Instructor: Maggie Conley salutations-
Adult Drawing and Painting Classes:
2-4 p.m. Josephy Center, 403 Main St,
Jennifer Klimsza instructor. jose-
9:30 a.m. Building Healthy
Families, Enterprise. Songs,
stories, snacks and activities
focusing on developing kin-
dergarten readiness skills.
tion Transportation Advi-
sory Council: 3 p.m. at
Community Connection, 702
NW First, Enterprise. Input, comments and
questions concerning public transportation
Variety Show: 6 p.m. Beth Johnson
Room Wallow Public Schools. A variety of
entertainment is planned.
Tai Chi: 9 a.m. Enterprise Senior Citizens
Center, 11 a.m. Wallowa Senior Center. Free.
No registration required.
Open Level Ballet Classes: 5 p.m.
SATURDAY, Jan. 27
Dance Classes: 10 a.m.
The Place in Joseph. Basic introductory level
dance technique for all ages. salutationsstu-
Abstract Painting With Mellica: 10 a.m.
Josephy Center, 403 Main St., Joseph. Reg-
istration requested. josephy.org.
Tickets required. This year’s theme, “Blazing
Our Own Trail.”
MONDAY, Jan. 29
Food Giveaway: 11 a.m. Enterprise
Senior Center. Sponsored by Wallowa Fresh
Food Alliance. Perishable food available.
Exploring Science: 3:45 p.m. Wallowa
County Library, Enterprise. For pre-K stu-
dents and their parents. Activities include sci-
ence, literacy, math and art. Free.
Adult Clay Class with Mellica McIntire:
9 a.m. to noon Josephy Center,
403 Main St, Joseph. josephy.org
TUESDAY, Jan. 30
Brown Bag Luncheon: Noon
at Josephy Center, 403 Main St.,
Joseph. Carol Vencill will present
on dog and owner training. jose-
Tai Chi: 9 a.m. Enterprise
Senior Citizens Center, 11 a.m.
Wallowa Senior Center. Free. No
Adult Drawing and Painting Classes:
9-11 a.m. Josephy Center, 403 Main St,
Joseph. Jennifer Klimsza instructor. josephy.
Story time: 10 a.m. Wallowa County
Library, 207 W Logan St., Enterprise. Circle
time, story time and activity for children 0-5.
Twigs and Tails Story Hour: Noon Wal-
lowology 508 N. Main St., Joseph. Hosted by
Wallowa County Library.
GriefWorks Grief Support Sessions:
10:30 a.m. Community Connection in Enter-
prise. Led by Rev. David Bruce. Register: 541-
426-3840 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mindful Flow: 5:45 p.m. “The Place” adja-
cent to Joseph United Methodist Church,
Joseph. Instructor: Jamie O’Neill salutations-
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31
Making Parenting a Pleasure: 5:30 p.m.
Building Healthy Families, 207 NE Park St.,
Enterprise. Free dinner followed by class, an
opportunity to support parents with strategies
around communication, challenging behav-
ior, stress management and more. Free
SUNDAY, Jan. 28
Wallowa County Chamber Citizen
Awards Banquet: 4 p.m. Cloverleaf Hall on
the campus of Wallowa County Fair Grounds.
Tuesday, Jan. 30 –– Wallowa County
Planning Commission 7 p.m., 101 S. River St.
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The Place in Joseph. Ages 10 and above.
No experience necessary. Instructor Hanna
Prana Flow: 6:30 p.m. at The Place in
Joseph. Cleanse your body, mind and spirit.
Instructor: Amy Zahn. salutationsstudio.com
Chess Club: 4 p.m. Josephy Center, 403
Main St., Joseph.
THURSDAY, Jan. 25
January 24, 2018
Robert W. “Bob” Van Winkle
April 22, 1943 –– Jan. 19, 2018
Robert Van Winkle, of
Joseph, died at the Memory
Care Village within the Wal-
lowa Valley Senior Living
Center in Enterprise.
Celebration of life will be
11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at the
Joseph Baptist Church. Recep-
tion following the service in the
fellowship hall of the church.
Bob was born in Eugene,
Ore., the son of Harry “Hap”
and Lorraine Van Winkle. He
was raised in Swiss Home,
Ore., and was a graduate of
Mapleton High School, Class
Bob’s first job was at Erskine Lumber Company in Swiss
Home. For a short time, he worked at the Lane County Bank in
Florence, at Central Lincoln PUD and as a reserve police officer
in Florence, Ore. Bob also owned and operated Rip’s Tire Ser-
vice in Estacada, Ore.
His first love was truck driving, specifically log truck driv-
ing. He enjoyed being in the forest every day, and he was espe-
cially fond of owning and operating his self-loader log truck. Bob
hauled logs to many mills around Oregon.
He worked for years out of Crescent, Ore., hauling into the
mill at Gilchrist and to mills at Oakridge, Vernonia, John Day
and La Pine. Although log truck driving entailed many hours of
driving and keeping his truck repaired, Bob was never happier
than when he was in his log truck. After recovering from an acci-
dent involving his log truck in 1993, Bob went to work in Bend,
Ore., driving aggregate truck for Hap Taylor and Sons as well as
Action Earth Movers.
In 1961, Bob married Sue Calbreathe and they had three chil-
dren, Wayne, Jackie and Jon Dale. They made their home in Flor-
ence and Swiss Home. After their divorce he married Jaquelin
Holm, and they had a daughter, Apryle.
In 1997, Bob Married Shellea Means and they have two
boys, Deni and Tucker. They made their home in Bend and then
moved to Joseph in 2002. Bob and Shellea owned and operated
two restaurants, Sargent’s Café in Bend and Mountain Air Café
Bob was preceded in death by his parents Harry and Lorraine,
his older brother Bill and son Jon Dale.
He is survived by his wife Shellea, his children Wayne Van
Winkle of Eugene, Jackie Franklin of Eugene, Apryle Van Win-
kle of Gresham, Deni Van Winkle of Redmond, Wash., and
Tucker Van Winkle of Joseph.
Bob and Shellea also have two young ladies they adopted into
their hearts as his own children, Bethany Bertsch of Moscow,
Idaho, and Emelle Henderson of Portland. Bob has 10 grandsons,
two great grandsons and one great granddaughter.
The family suggests the remembrances may be made to Lend-
ing Heart Community Resources, Susan Gilstrap, P.O. Box 64,
Wallowa, OR 97828
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May 7, 1924 –– Jan. 17, 2018
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Ronan Nash has blessed this
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST SCHOOL
school with strong, positive
He conducted the choir for
the school’s Christmas
He continues to manage
to stay consistently on the
Honor Roll while working
on any number of
inventions and a variety
of Rubik’s cubes.
Proudly sponsored by
The Student of the Week is chosen for
academic achievement and community
involvement. Students are selected
by the administrators of
their respective schools.
Betty Ann Rutherford, 93, of Pullman, Wash., passed away
at Bishop Place Retirement Community in Pullman. She was
born in Imnaha to Elmer and Myrle (Ownbey) Warnock. She was
raised on the family cattle ranch on the Imnaha River.
In 1942, she graduated from high school in Enterprise and
attended Oregon State College. She married her high school
sweetheart, Bruce Rutherford, Sept. 9, 1944, in Carlsbad, N.M.,
where he was stationed with the U.S. Army Air Corp. When
Bruce was discharged from the service, they moved to Pullman.
Bruce and Betty were married for 63 years.
Betty was a devoted wife, mother and caregiver to Bruce. She
belonged to the Pullman Ladies Golf Club, PEO Chapter S and
the Kapa Delta Sorority as well as the Community Congrega-
tional United Church of Christ in Pullman where she volunteered
in the church’s Thrift Shop.
She also volunteered with the Pullman Hospital Auxiliary.
Some of her hobbies were quilting, golfing and playing bridge.
She also was a wonderful cook and a gracious hostess.
Betty is survived by her three children: John (Roberta) of Pull-
man; Gregory (Laura) of Chewelah, Wash.; Susan (Paul) Muller
of Richland, Wash.; six grandchildren and one great grandchild.
In addition to her husband, Bruce, she was preceded in death by
her three brothers.
A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27 in
the Community Room at Bishop Place Senior Living, 815 SE
Klemgard St., Pullman.
Memorial donations are suggested to Friends of Hospice or
Pullman Regional Hospital. Arrangements by Kimball Funeral
Home. Online condolences may be sent through kimballfh.com
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Thanks to everyone -- from those who gave online to the young girl at
Safeway who generously donated from her own piggy bank -- I’ve been
given the invaluable gift of sight. You have all embodied the kind and
supportive spirit of Wallowa County and I appreciate living in
this community more than ever. Thank you!
Dr. Allen is a doctor of
osteopathic medicine, and
completed her residency
in family medicine.
She is now accepting
603 Medical Parkway
(next to Wallowa
Enterprise, Oregon 97828
Phases of the moon
Call Dr. Allen to
schedule your appointment today!
Mountain View Medical Group
100 N. East St. Joseph
WALLOWA COUNTY SUNRISE & SUNSET DATE 25-31
(from the U.S. Naval Observatory)