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    SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2015
Fall term begins at LCC
Offerings include a farm
tour and beer tasting at
Agrarian Ales in Coburg; a trip
to the annual mushroom festi-
val at the Mount Pisgah
Arboretum; a holiday concert
in Corvallis, and a new cook-
ing series taught by Kelsey
Terry, owner and chef at
Homegrown Public House.
For more information, or to
register, call 541-997-8444
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Beachcombing
for a
good cause
This past Saturday, Sept. 12, partici-
pants in this year’s annual Habitat for
Humanity BeachWalk were on the
beaches between the North Jetty and
Driftwood Shores raising money in
support of Florence’s Habitat for
Humanity program. The event includ-
ed beachcombing, a sandsculpture
contest, live music, appetizers and
beverages.
The Grill & Lounge
at Sandpines
A FOUR COURSE SPECIAL DINNER
Featuring Oregon’s Owen Roe Winery and Vineyards
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2015
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Healing power of love to be discussed at UU
This Saturday, Sept. 19,
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at
the
Florence
Unitarian
Universalist
Fellowship,
Dean Shrock, Ph.D., will
present a workshop titled:
“How and Why Love Heals”.
Shrock served as director of
mind-body-medicine for a
Presented by the Siuslaw News
physicians’
management
group of 40 cancer centers. He
developed and researched a
wellness program which he
taught to thousands of cancer
patients and their families.
Schrock’s published book,
“Doctor’s
Orders:
Go
Fishing,” details this program
and the insights he gained
while teaching it.
Can you imagine going to
the doctor and the doctor writ-
ing you a prescription to go
fishing or whatever else
brought you great joy?
That’s what Schrock did
with his patients and they
loved it. His patients were liv-
ing much longer than those
getting only conventional
medical treatment. Shrock’s
attempt to instill a will to live
made his patients feel listened
to, cared for and supported —
all core aspects of love.
“When we experience love,
we resonate with this funda-
mental essence of who we
are,” said Shrock. “Our bod-
ies respond with decreased
stress and resistance and
allows for a greater flow of
this life force energy. Health
is a natural consequence. This
is why love heals. We have to
treat the mind, body and spir-
it.”
Shrock’s workshop will be
interactive and attendees will
discover:
• How scientific discover-
ies affect health and well-
being
• How emotional states
affect wellness and disease
• How to apply this infor-
mation in ones own life for
family, clients, co-workers
and ourselves
This all day workshop is
$89. Six CEUs are available
for massage therapists.
The
Florence
UU
Fellowship is at 87738
Highway 101, at Heceta
Beach Road in Florence, and
is wheelchair accessible.
For registration and infor-
mation, call 541-547-3887.
VFW to host barbecue Saturday
Th e Good Life
Boomer & Senior Expo
In conjunction with the
50th anniversary of the
Vietnam War and honoring
those Missing In Action
(MIAs) and Prisoners of War
(POWs), the Veterans of
Foreign Wars (VFW) will
host its annual barbecue
Saturday, Sept. 19.
The event will be held at
the “Yurt” at Honeyman State
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Members of the Disabled
American Veterans (DAV),
American Legion, as well as
the local Coast Guard Station
and any military veterans in
the area are invited to attend.
Hamburgers, hot dogs,
bratwurst, all condiments and
beverages, including soda
and beer, will be provided.
Attendees are asked to
bring a salad or dessert.
Guests of veterans are also
invited.
A donation of $10 is
requested.
The barbecue will be held
regardless of weather.
For more information, con-
tact Tony Cavarno at 541-
997-1677.
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Rain
Showers
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Clouds &
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Th ursday October 1, 2015
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