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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2015
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GRAND OPENING WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST
Come and play with us
Stop by Buds4U and purchase your LOCAL top-shelf
quality ﬂ ower and concentrates at Florence’s one and
only Medical Marijuana Dispensary
(Medical Marijuana Cardholders only please)
Open every day from 10 am-7pm
1480 Rhododendron Dr. , Florence
( by the Old School House Furniture lot)
Boat Tops & Cars
Auto & Boat
• Canvas Work
185 Nopal Street
PO Box 2566 ~ Florence, OR
10 am-6 pm
541-999-1913 best or 997-1234
Be ready for Summer.
by Appointment only
“A Holistic Approach to Counseling through
Mindfulness and Meditation”
4981 Hwy. 101, Complex B
Join us as we host a lecture series to increase safety
awareness on fall prevention, common home injuries and
provide solutions to keep you and your loved one safe.
Surviving the Heat
THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015, 2:00 PM
Falls Are Preventable
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015, 2:00 PM
All Participants will be entered into a raffle for a $25 Gift Card.
To RSVP and to find out about our Move In Specials call
(541) 997-6111 or visit us today!
Spruce Point Assisted Living
375 9th Street, Florence, Oregon 97439
WE’RE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Call now to make your
New Summer Hours Monday - Saturday 9-5
We Need your CONSIGNMENTS!!
CARS, TRUCKS, MOTORHOMES AND MORE!
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The short films “Drift: A
Community Seeking Justice”
and “This Is Our Watershed”
will be shown at City Lights
Cinema on Wednesday, June
24, at 6:30 p.m.
University of Oregon stu-
dents from the Environmental
Studies Department collabo-
rated with Beyond Toxics film
director Lisa Arkin to produce
the films, which highlight two
Oregon Coastal communities
hit hard by the effects of aerial
Residents of those commu-
nities who were impacted by
the spraying tell their poignant
stories in these two films.
In the past year, there have
been a series of legislative
hearings and proposed new
laws on the topic of forestry
herbicide sprays and commu-
Following the films, a panel
of three residents will discuss
the practices of aerial spraying
on forested areas near water-
sheds in the Oregon Coast
Range. The panel will include
residents from local communi-
ties who will provide a short
report on the status of air and
water quality in their areas.
Cost for the event is $5 for
students and City Lights
Cinema members, or $7 for
Fifty percent of proceeds
will be donated to Beyond
Toxics to help provide these
meetings in rural communi-
ties, and also for a fund to
assist residents of Gold Beach
who were affected by recent
This film and panel discus-
sion is a collaboration with
Protect Florence Aquifer,
Beyond Toxics, and students
from the University of Oregon
Host families sought for
Japanese exchange students
Spruce Point Assisted Living presents:
City Lights to screen two
Host families are needed for
19 Japanese students visiting
Oregon July 26 through Aug.
22, for a four-week stay. These
student delegates range in age
from 12 to 17. Adult Japanese
chaperones are also seeking
homes in families with or
without children; these chaper-
ones stay only two weeks with
two separate families.
July 1 is the deadline to
place these visitors in homes.
The goal of these programs
is to increase international
understanding through person-
To host a student, the family
must have a child within two
years of the age of a same-gen-
der youth and an interest in
welcoming an international
Details about the interests of
the youth are available.
Online applications are
available at www.oregon.4h.
The process includes a
criminal background check,
three-year DMV record check,
in-home interview and other
For more information, con-
tact Lauren Hesse at 541-268-
4515 Hwy. 101 N., Florence
Paul & Kelly Potter, Owners
Our goal is not only to provide you with quality automotive repair
and services, but to make your visit as convenient and as comfort-
able as possible.
We offer complete automotive service and repair including: rou-
tine factory maintenance, brakes, clutches, alignments, tune-ups,
exhaust, electrical repair, air conditioning service, computer-
ized diagnostic repair, tires and custom wheels.
Your complete automotive needs are met right here!
Get Results...List With Tim.
Has it been 5 years or more since your
tank was pumped? Then it’s time!
4636 Pacific Ave – Riverfront
property! Boat from your dock
to Siltcoos Lake or the ocean!
Beautiful use of natural mate-
rials; vaulted living room and
sunroom. Includes heat pump
and sound system. Fenced
garden area with raised beds
Call us to today to schedule an appointment.
Check Saturday’s paper for a coupon good on your next service.
Lowest Prices Guaranteed—We will match any competitors price !
1749 Highway 101 • 541-997-1200
✔ You were treated with respect?
✔ You received personal treatment?
✔ Salespeople were interested in helping you?
✔ Your project was given the attention it deserves, whether it was a
quart of paint to match your dog’s fur or a brand new kitchen?
✔ People were nice and maybe even fun?
✔ Salespeople were knowledgeable?
✔ They took the time to explain things to you?
Orygon Home Center
Ken, Dorrit, Dan and James
will remind you what it was like!
Commercial • Residential
• Drop Box Service
• Portable Toilets
• Portable Storage Rentals
• Recycling Specialist
You don’t have to sacrifi ce good service (or good manners) for good prices
1130 Quince Street • Florence, Oregon 97439 • 541-997-1745
Open 8:00 - 4:00 weekdays, weekends or aft er hours by appointment.
85140 Hwy. 101 S
Florence, OR 97439