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    SIUSLAW NEWS ❚ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018
Deadwood resident files
to run against Bozievich
L
a
n
e
throughout
Lane
C o m m u n i t y
County. Most
College
faculty
r e c e n t l y, K e n t
member Nora Kent
worked with a group
has filed to run
of volunteers to help
against
current
organize the
Lane
County
Women’s March in
Commissioner Jay
Florence.
COURTESY PHOTO
Bozievich in the
Kent lives with
Nora Kent
May election.
her
family
in
Kent filed for
Deadwood and is a
District 1 on the Lane County member
of
the
Lane
Board of Commissioners, C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e
representing West Lane Education Association and
County, on Monday, Feb. 5, the
Oregon Education
joining the race against Association.
Bozievich, citing what she
Kent’s announcement has
said was the commissioner’s drawn support from Florence
denial of a public vote on City Councilor Ron Preisler,
aerial herbicide spraying.
who said, “Nora Kent brings
“I’m running because West people together. I applaud
Lane County deserves a com- her for running for commis-
missioner who shares our sioner. She’s a real fighter.”
values,” Kent said in an
Kent is the second Lane
issued statement. “We need County resident set to run for
someone who will foster the commission’s seat cur-
civic
participation,
not rently held by Bozievich,
silence it.
with Junction City author
“Enough is enough. It’s David Goldberg filing as a
time for a change.”
candidate in January.
Kent has taught at Lane
As of Monday, neither
Community College for more candidate had reported any
than 25 years. Although this fundraising efforts, com-
is her first run for public pared to more than $50,000
office, she has actively raised by Bozievich, accord-
organized for years on behalf ing to the Oregon Secretary
of social justice initiatives of State’s Office.
‘STEP- ING
UP ’ FOR
3 A
S TREAM T EAM
COURTESY PHOTO
Board member Skip Rosenbalm (center left) of STEP (Salmon Trout Enhancement Program) recently presented a
$250 check to teacher McKenzie Perry (center right) of Siuslaw Elementary School to help with travel expenses
of the Stream Team when traveling to the STEP Whittaker Creek steelhead trap. This season’s fifth-grade Stream
Team was on hand for the presentation during its visit to the trap.
Citizen volunteers sought for Dunes City committees
Several opportunities exist
for Dunes City residents to
contribute to their communi-
ty.
The Planning Commission
is seeking a new member to
replace Brett McKnight, who
recently resigned.
The Planning Commission
considers land use applica-
tions and revisions to land use
codes.
Members of the
Planning Commission also
provide oversight of the
City’s Citizen Involvement
Program.
This position offers an
excellent opportunity to learn
how the implementation of
land use code takes place,
what must be done to change
codes, and the process of pub-
lic hearings.
The Budget Committee is
seeking two additional mem-
bers to replace vacancies cre-
ated as terms ended. This is
the group that helps guide the
fiscal future of the city by set-
ting spending guidelines.
For anyone with prior
budgeting experience who
wants to get involved, the
position is an ideal place to
serve Dunes City.
Community members inter-
ested in any of these volun-
teer opportunities can stop by
Dunes City Hall, 82877
Spruce St. in Westlake, or call
541-997-3338 to obtain an
application.
The application is also
available at the City’s web-
site. There is no cutoff date
for applications, however
early applicants may be
appointed as soon as Dunes
City Council meets at its next
regularly scheduled time,
which
is
the
second
Wednesday of every month,
beginning at 6 p.m.
Applicants will be notified
of the date the Dunes City
Council will consider their
application and should plan
on attending the meeting.
All applicants must reside
in Dunes City.
Three Rivers Casino to host Community Job Fair
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Three Rivers Casino Resort
will be hosting the third annu-
al Community Job Fair on
Thursday, March 8, from 10
a.m to 3 p.m. This
Community Job Fair is free to
participating businesses and
job seekers. Last year’s event
brought an estimated 300 par-
ticipants and this year’s event
plans to be even bigger.
Pam Hickson, Recruitment
Specialist at the Confederated
Tribes of Coos Lower
Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
said, “We all know it can be
challenging for both business-
es and applicants to locate
resources and to apply for
jobs. This year’s Community
Job Fair will bring everyone
together with the common
goals of hiring and being
hired.”
This is an ideal opportunity
to reach out to interested
applicants and talk with them
in person before the peak
busy season.
For additional information
or to sign up to participate as
a vendor by the upcoming
Friday, Feb. 9, deadline, con-
tact Hickson, at 541-902-382
or
via
email
at
phickson@ctclusihr.org.
For complete information,
visit the event’s Facebook
page.
To date, the following busi-
nesses have confirmed their
participation:
• Three Rivers Casino
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 7
FEBRUARY 8
Resort/Confederated Tribes
of Coos, Lower Umpqua and
Siuslaw Indians
• City of Florence
• Heceta Lighthouse Bed &
Breakfast/Ona Restaurant &
Lounge in Yachats
• IITR Truck School
• Job Corps
• Lane Community College
Florence Center
• Lane County Government
• May Trucking company
• Fred Meyer
• New Horizons In-Home
Care
• Northwest Reflections
Memory Care and Shangri-La
• NW Youth Corps
• Oregon Army National
Guard
• Oregon Coast Community
Action
• Oregon Coast Culinary
Institute
• Oregon Department of
Transportation
• Peace
Health
Peace
Harbor Medical Center
• Oregon
Home
Care
Commission
• Safeway
• Shorewood Senior Living
• Siuslaw Fire District
• Siuslaw Public Library
District
• Siuslaw School District
• Southwestern Oregon
Community College
• U.S. Coast Guard
• Vacasa
• Western Lane Ambulance
District
• Worksource Lane
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R 127 MIN – “Westerns can be a tough nut to 3:40 PM 6:20 PM 3:40 PM
crack, but Hostiles may be the finest example of 6:20 PM 8:35 PM 6:20 PM
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the genre since Unforgiven." EW
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MOLLY'S GAME – Stars Jessica Chastain
R 140 MIN – “Delivers one of the screen’s great 8:40 PM 8:20 PM
female parts — a dense, dynamic, compulsively
entertaining affair.” Variety
3:30 PM
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PHANTOM THREAD – 6 Oscar Noms!
R 130 MIN – “It’s at once subtle and outlandish, 6:10 PM 5:50 PM 6:10 PM 6:40 PM 6:40 PM 6:40 PM 6:40 PM
sensual and thoughtful, outrageously
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R 123 MIN – “A wonder to behold. Magical,
thrilling and romantic to the core.” LA Times
THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE
EBBING, MISSOURI – 9 Oscar Noms!
3:30 PM 3:10 PM 3:30 PM
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3
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE: VERDI RIGOLETTO
11:00 AM
DOLORES – Florence ORganizes Presents
95 MIN – Brilliant portrait of unsung heroine
3:00 PM
BOLSHOI BALLET: ROMEO AND JULIET
SUN
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We are now offering CAR WASHES.
We will hand wash your car and vacuum the inside.
It’s not considered a “detail” but it is a nice, quick
spruce up for your car all for $59.95.
Bring your car in with this weather ad and we will
give you $5 off your fi rst wash!
Gift cards make the perfect present! We offer shrinkwrap as well!
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3:50 PM
R 115 MIN – “Funny, brutal and breathtakingly
beautiful.” 5/5 Stars - Empire
Events & Performing Arts:
Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy
7:00 PM
BLACK PANTHER - PREVIEW
PG-13 145 MIN – Marvel’s Latest
THE SHAPE OF WATER – 13 Oscar Noms!
Partly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy
MON
5
TUE
6
WED
7
THU
8
6:00 PM
NR 185 MIN – Ratmansky’s fresh retelling
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