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SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2016
AARP, LCC offering
‘Smart Driver’ classes
Even the most experienced
drivers can benefit from brush-
ing up on their driving skills.
The AARP Smart Driver
Course, hosted by Lane
Florence, is designed especial-
ly for drivers age 50 and older,
but is open to all drivers.
Participants learn the cur-
rent rules of the road, defen-
sive driving techniques and
how to operate a vehicle more
safely in today’s increasingly
challenging driving environ-
Learn how to manage and
accommodate common age-
Pirates of pastries
related changes in vision,
hearing and reaction time.
AARP membership is not
required to take the course and
there are no driving or graded
tests in this small classroom
course. Also, most drivers
over 55 can save money on car
insurance by taking this
course, under Oregon Law
Class fee is $20 with a $5
discount to current AARP
members. The next classes are
Nov. 17 or Jan. 19.
Visit LCC-Florence or call
the school at 541-997-8444 to
November 5, 2016
9 AM - 2 PM
B aked Goods, Jams, Art, Craft s, Gift Baskets,
Antiques , Collectibles and Rada Cutlery
The cast and crew of Last Resorts Players’ upcoming production of “The Pirates of Penzance” present the staff
of Siuslaw Elementary School with a cake as a “thank you” for the use of the school commons area for
rehearsals. Pictured from left to right: “Pirates” Director Leah Goodwin, teacher Shannon Graham, custo-
dian Danny Thomas, administrative secretary Diane McCalmont, Principal Michael Harklerode and “Pirates”
co-producer Annie Schmidt. “The Pirates of Penzance” will be presented on the main stage at the Florence
Events Center Nov. 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13. For show times and ticket information call the FEC at 541-997-1994
or visit www.eventcenter.org.
Lunch Served 11 AM - 1 PM
Soup, Bread, Drink & Pie
FLORENCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
333 Kingwood, Florence
Join Us In Worship
4 lines, approx 15 words, $10 a week
4 week Minimum
Deadline 3 p.m. Mondays.
To be included in this directory contact
the Siuslaw News at 997-3441, or drop off
information at 148 Maple St., Old Town, Florence.
J OIN U S I N W ORSHIP
WATCH! 3 ANGELS BROADCASTING NETWORK
FLORENCE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
(3ABN) TV UHF Channel 48.
24 hour Christian TV highlights Bible studies of prophecy, inspirational music, health
lectures, healthy cooking and more.
4445 Hwy 101 (South of Fred Meyer) – 997-3951
Worship on Saturday 10:30 A.M.
Adult/Children’s Sabbath School 9:15 A.M.
BAY BERRY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
You are invited to come and sing your favorite old time gospel hymns
Every Friday night at 7pm • Non-denominational
Bay Berry Square; 101 at Sutton Lake Dr. /milepost 185 N.
For more information , please call 541-997-2681
N.W. Corner of Heceta Beach Road & Hwy. 101
Every Sunday at 10 a.m.
All are welcome. (541) 997-2840
FLORENCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE GROUP
“God Is Love”
Meeting Thursday at 3pm
THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Located at Munsel Lake Road and North Fork Road
Worship Services 10:00 AM Sunday
All are welcome! 541-997-7268
Summer Worship 10:00 am.
2nd & Kngwood • (541) 997-6025
“Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors”
1624 Highway 101 (next to A&W) –- 997-6337
Pastor George Pagel – Something for the entire family.
Sun. Services: 10:45 a.m., Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m.
FLORENCE VINEYARD (GOD’S POWER HOUSE)
4590 Hwy. 101, Across from Fred Meyer –- 997-7418
Sunday School, 9:30a.m. – Worship, 10:45
Wed. Prayer - 6:00 p.m. –Wed. Ministries 1-8 Grade 7 p.m.
2610 Kingwood, Florence • 541-268-2025
Sunday Worship @ 10:00 a.m., experience the Power of the Holy Spirit
Pastors: George & Beverly Sisemore
Intercessory Prayer & Worship, Thursday night @ 5:00 pm
CROSS ROAD ASSEMBLY OF GOD
NEW LIFE CHURCH-UPC
Corner of 10th & Maple –- 997-3533
Bible Study at 9:00 A.M.
Services: Worship, 10:30 A.M.
ﬂ orencecrossroad.org • ofﬁ ce@ﬂ orencecrossroad.org
1424 15th Street •541-991-9398
Sunday Services: 10am and 6pm
Tues. Bible Study 7:00pm
COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH - SBC
1935 25th St. – 997-7660 • Pastor, Dr. Marvin Owen
Series “People of the Bible.” on Wednesdays 6 p.m.
A friendly place to worship, vacationers welcome.
Sun.; 11am & 6pm, Sunday school 9:45am.
FLORENCE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
2nd & Ivy – 997-2961 –Non-Denominational
Worship Service: 9:00 am & 10:30 am
Middle School and High School youth groups meet on Wednesday.
Mack Holman to speak
at City Club meeting
Tsunami Gallery owner
Mack Holman will be the
guest speaker at the next City
Club meeting, when he’ll talk
about the challenges of
obtaining commissions for
public art, owning a foundry
and casting for others, and
how he gets inspired to create
The meeting will take
place Friday, Nov. 4, from
noon to 1 p.m.
Holman has created a num-
ber of bronzes for public art,
and has sculptures in Salem,
University of Oregon, Coos
Bay, North Bend, and created
the “Joy” sculpture in front of
the Siuslaw Public Library.
The City Club meeting will
be at the Ocean Dunes Golf
Links at Munsel Lake Road.
Lunch will be catered by
Marianne Brisbane, owner of
Waterfront Depot, and served
from 11:30 to noon.
Menu will be a curry
chicken croissant with green
Call Ruth for lunch reser-
vations at 541-305-9003.
U.S. Marine Corps to
celebrate 241th year
Nov. 10 will mark the
United States Marine Corps
241st anniversary since it was
founded in 1775.
Local active duty Marines,
former Marines and FMF
Corpsmen, along with their
spouses or significant others,
are invited to a birthday cele-
bration to be held at the local
Elk’s Lodge on Nov. 10.
Tickets for the occasion can
be obtained by calling 541-
991-3256 no later than
Monday, Oct. 31.
Tickets are $20 per person.
This includes a no-host bar
from 5 p.m. to the conclusion
of the dinner party.
Dinner will be served at 6
There will be a traditional
cake cutting, remarks, a raffle
on a number of baskets con-
taining Marine Corps memora-
bilia, and an auction on items
will be held from 7 p.m. to
approximately 8 p.m.
NEW LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH, E.L.C.A.
21st & Spruce Street – 997-8113
Adult Forum 9 a.m. – Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Worship services; Sun. 10:30am & Wed. 6pm.
Pastor Lori Blake
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE SIUSLAW
Traditional Worship Service 10:00 a.m. , Reverend Greg Wood
Sunday School and Nursery – Organ and Choir
All Welcome. Come as you are.
3996 N Hwy 101
Humane Society Christmas
Store seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed to
help assist shoppers at the
Society (OCHS) Christmas
Store beginning Nov. 1.
Hours are flexible.
If interested in volunteer-
ing call 541-997-4457.
FLORENCE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Pre-Denominational (Romans 16:16)
1833 Tamarack Street (2 blocks east of Hwy. 101 on 18th St.)
Bible Study: Sunday 10 a.m.; Worship: Sunday 11 a.m.
RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (QUAKERS)
FLORENCE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
RESURRECTION LUTHERAN CHURCH, L.C.M.S.
12th and Nopal –997-9020
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
10 am Wed., Women’s Bible Study
Saturdays, Mens’ Breakfast @ 8 a.m.
Online Worship Service@ www.ﬂ orencenaz.com
Every Sun., Bible Class 9 a.m., Worship Service 10 a.m.
85294 Hwy. 101 S. – 997-8038
DVD of Weekly worship service available.
Pastor Randy Benscoter
“War is still not the answer.” FCNL
We worship in homes at 11am Sundays
Call 997-4237 or 902-9511 for locations.
ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
FLORENCE EVANGELICAL CHURCH
1318 Rhododendron Dr. –- 997-2523 – Worship at 11:00 AM –- Sunday School
at 9:30 AM – Variety of Sunday evening activities - 5 PM
Wed. Bible & Children classes at 6:00 PM
Call for details.
2135 19th St. –- 997-6600
The Rev. Georgia C. DuBose, Vicar
8:30am, Tuesdays, Morning Prayer
Sunday Services: 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. - Wed, 11 a.m.
Everyone Welcome – Come walk our Labyrinth.
SAINT MARY, OUR LADY OF THE DUNES
Masses: Sat. 5:30 p.m., Sun. 11:00 a.m.
1.5 miles south of river on Hwy 101 – 997-2312
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