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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 2015
McDougal photos on
exhibit at Shorewood
The Shorewood Retirement
Residence is featuring local
artist Ken McDougal as July’s
artist of the month. His pho-
tography will be on display
during the month in The
Shorewood dining room and
entry. All pieces are for sale.
McDougal has been a pro-
fessional photographer for
more than 18 years. He studied
communication and broadcast-
ing for three years at Lyndon
State College in Vermont and
then moved on to The New
York Institute of Photography
(NYI) for another two years
until he graduated from there
in June 1990.
In 2005, McDougal and his
wife, Kim, moved 3,000 miles
from Florida to Florence,
where he now works on his
photography full time.
McDougal will be at The
Shorewood (1451 Spruce St.)
for an artist reception Friday,
July 24, at 10 a.m., where he
will be available to answer
questions about himself and
his art. Refreshments will be
Hair Cuts $15.00 Manicures $15.00
Brow Wax $5.00
Lip Wax $5.00
Full Set Acrylics $35.00
Colors $10.00 Oﬀ
Weaves $15.00 Oﬀ
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• The U.S. Forest Service and
12 people cleared an acre of
• Volunteers cleared an area of
European beachgrass by hand.
• Friends of Honeyman plant-
ed dozens of trees and land-
scaped at the East Woahink Day
• The City of Florence sent
volunteers to nine city parks in
• Ava Glowacki collected 300
books for the Little Free Libraries.
• The Power of Florence
“Ducks vs. Beavers” food drive
brought in 936 pounds of food.
Oregon State University Beaver
fans brought in 477 pounds to
beat University of Oregon Duck
• The Lane Blood Drive col-
lected 13 units of blood from 21
people. This could save up to 43
• The Florence Rotarians at
Caputo Island created a giant pile
of brush from all the trimmings
of the overgrown bushes and
trees. Flowers were planted with
care and bushes were trimmed
and brush hauled away.
Other groups included Oregon
Pacific Bank members, Boy
Scouts and more who worked at
Siuslaw Elementary School
doing landscaping; members of
Kiwanis that landscaped at
Wilbur’s Crescent; the Friends of
the Florence Van Fans who held
a Pie and Ice Cream Social; vol-
unteers for two projects for
Habitat for Humanity; Delta
Gamma members who worked
on weeding, spreading bark dust
and cleaning Rolling Dunes park;
the Florence Area Ambassadors
had eight people work for 16
hours; Crossroads Assembly of
God Church took care of land-
scaping and cleaning around the
post office; New Life Lutheran
Church painted new lines in its
parking lot; and Helping Hands,
who served chili and cornbread.
• Florence Area Humane
Society (FAHS) barbecue earned
Power of Florence founder Kaylee Graham (top, left)
brings books to her soon-to-be successor Ava Glowacki.
Dunes City Mayor Rebecca Ruede (above, left) fulfills the
bet that she lost to Florence Mayor Joe Henry during the
Oregon Dunes Triathlon by volunteering in Florence for
three hours. One of Jason Wood’s vocal students (above,
right) performs during the Party in the Parking Lot at
Grocery Outlet. At right, community members cool off by
attending the Van Fans Ice Cream and Pie Social.
• FAHS Stuff the Van received
over 900 pounds of cat food and
dog kibble, over 200 cans of soft
food and $75 in donations.
• FAHS collected $123 in sales
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out how nonprofit groups benefit
our community” were Keeton
Sayre, who won a $25 gift cer-
tificate to Restobar, and Kathleen
Wenzel, who won a $25 gift cer-
tificate to Craig’s BBQ.
The Power of Florence will
return next July.
For more information or to
find out how to get involved, go
Homemade Breads • Homemade Pies
for Best Pie on
of lavender and $15 from its raf-
• 6-year-old Keeton sold $193
worth of lemonade as a fundrais-
er for FAHS.
• Florence Community PTA
sold $53 worth of popcorn to
raise money for Food Backpacks
• CROW raised more than
$1,100 at the car wash and bake
sale to benefit its new building.
• The United Methodist
Church’s Pancake Breakfast
raised $256 for Imagine No
Malaria and Florence Food
• Raffle winners for the “Find
Breakfast and lunch
specials every day!
Come in and enjoy breakfast or
lunch with us or order take out.
Call in and we’ll have it
ready for you to pick up!
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until the shaking stops; then get your “grab
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to an assembly area.
However, if you must drive make sure you
always keep your gas tank at least half fi lled.
Be sure to tune into 106.9 FM KCST as the
local emergency broadcast station for further
The rule of thumb is if there is violent shak-
ing and it lasts more than 10 seconds once the
shaking stops – evacuate immediately if you
are in a low lying inundation zone area.
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