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Barbershop brings 'old-school' to Sixth St.
The Cottage Grove Sentinel
he term “analog” holds a host of
meanings in the world of science and
technology, but it can often simply refer to
devices that are not operated digitally. In the
case of the Analog Barbershop on 6th Street
in Cottage Grove, co-owner Traci Rich said
the word refers to the throwback feel of her
business and its Eugene predecessor, which
she sums up in two words: old school.
Rich’s brother, Don Rich, began leasing
the building at 223 S. 6th St. about a year
ago, and it most recently hosted Emerald
Vapors, a shop that offered e-cigarettes,
their liquids and other accessories. The An-
alog Barbershop has been open for about a
month with Traci Rich as stylist and man-
ager, and she said business has been picking
up lately.
The décor at Analog bears out the "old-
school" feel the Riches had fi rst brought to
their Eugene location on Olive Street down-
town, which keeps eight barbers busy. But
here the atmosphere is more relaxed, and
Traci Rich said that's the way she likes it.
Classic vinyl album covers adorn the walls,
and the albums themselves often fi ll the
place with sound. Aluminum truck boxes
serve as storage for each stylist, and cinder
blocks and wooden shelving help complete
photo by Jon Stinnett
Jim Bales opened his shop in the former location of
Oletsgo Automotive, a building he said he's admired
for a long time.
Jim's Automotive opens
in classic building
The Cottage Grove Sentinel
photo by Jon Stinnett
Traci Rich said business has been picking up at the Analog Barbershop
over the past month. It's located at 223 S. 6th St.
the look. Adult guests are treated to an adult
beverage while they await their haircut,
which is cheaper in the Cottage Grove shop
than its Eugene counterpart.
True to its analog roots, the barbershop is
(at least for now) only taking cash. It’s open
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sat-
Anytime Fitness
making a move
The Cottage Grove Sentinel
he ability of Anytime Fit-
ness members to have a
similar experience when they
visit any of the company’s gyms
depends on a process of reinven-
tion that’s mandated for each
franchise every fi ve years. Ap-
proaching the deadline for that
reinvention, Kate Price, owner
of Anytime Fitness in Cottage
Grove, took it a step further.
Price is currently working to
remodel the former Blockbuster
Video building at 1600 E. Main
Street to serve as the gym's new
location, a building shuttered
since the rental giant closed its
doors. She said the move from
the Safeway shopping center
— where Anytime was book-
ended by two other businesses
— will allow the fi tness center
to maximize its available space.
Plans for its new location in-
clude more classroom spaces,
free weights, restrooms and of-
fi ces.
Price said Anytime will also
begin offering access to the
pool at the Warren H. Daugh-
erty Aquatic Center with some
of its memberships, adding
that the new location will also
be more visible and offer more
parking. She said her goal is to
have Anytime Fitness moved to
its new home by Sept. 1 of this
Patton’s Country Gardens
im Bales said that, true to its name, Jim’s Automotive is
a “one-man operation,” and when that one man recently
relocated to the Cottage Grove area, he naturally brought the
operation with him.
Bales is originally from Florence and has been compil-
ing “a lot of years of experience” working on most types of
light-duty cars and trucks. He’s also offered his expertise to
customers in Salem and most recently Springfi eld, and Bales
said many of his customers are following him all the way to
Cottage Grove.
“People are just driving right in,” he said. “I’m as busy as I
can be. They follow me around.”
Bales said he’s always liked the former location of Oletsgo
Automotive, with its classic fi lling station feel, and when the
chance to purchase the building at a decent price presented
itself, it was “too good a deal to pass up.”
“It felt like maybe it was just supposed to happen,” he said.
“And man, has it been busy.”
Jim’s Automotive is located at 409 S. 6th St. and is open
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It can be
reached by phone at 541-942-9305.
Wine at the Lake
May 23, 24, 25 • Noon-5pm each day
photo by Jon Stinnett
Kate Price looks over plans for the new location of
Anytime Fitness. She said she hopes to have the gym
moved to 1600 E. Main St. by Sept. 1.
Come out and enjoy this special event at our facility
on the shore of beautiful Lake Louise.
Sample over 15 diff erent wines for a $5 Tasting Fee.
Picnic supplies will be available for purchase,
or you may bring your own lunch.
Chateau Lorane
27415 Siuslaw Rd., Lorane, OR
Floral Arrangements
Summer Wine Tasting Hours: Daily Noon-5pm
• Hanging Baskets $12.50 & up
• Bedding & Vegetable Starts
Fri, May 22 ............Cowboy Cadillac – country & classic rock...
13 miles west of Cottage Grove, 22 miles southwest of Eugene
Just around the corner from King Estate
Open Tuesday - Saturday 10-5 • Sunday 12-5
Closed Mondays
Fri, May 29 ........................ The Annie Rhodes Band – bluegrass
order ahead / local delivery available
…we’ll be outdoors from here out, weather permitting!
Fri, June 5 ........................ The Fiddlin’ Big Sue Band – suegrass
80432 Delight Valley School Rd
(541) 942-7672
Open daily 11 am for
complimentary tasting.
942-1364 •
W orship D irectory
6th & Gibbs Church of Christ
195 N. 6th St. • 541-942-3822
Pastor: Aaron Earlywine
Youth & Families Pastor: Seth Bailey
Services: 9am and 10:30am
Christian Education
Nursery for pre-k - 3rd Grade
Calvary Baptist Church
77873 S 6th St • 541-942-4290
Pastor: Riley Hendricks
Sunday School: 9:45am
Worship: 11:00am
The Journey: Sunday 5:00pm
Praying Thru Life: Wednesday 6:00pm
Calvary Chapel Cottage Grove
522 E Whitaker • 541-942-6842
Pastor: Jeff Smith
Two Services on Sun: 9am & 10:45am
Wednesday Service 6:45 pm
Child Care 10:45am Service Only
Youth Group Bible Study:
Wed. 6:45 pm & Sat. 6 pm
Center for Spiritual Living Cottage
700 Gibbs Ave (Community Center)
Rev. Bobby Lee
Meets Sunday 3:00 p.m.
Info: 541-767-0182 (Mrs. “T”)
Church of Christ
420 Monroe St • 541-942-8565
Sunday Service: 10:30am
Cottage Grove Bible Church
1200 East Quincy Avenue
Pastor:Bob Singer
Worship 8:30am, 11am
Sunday School:9:45am
YouthGroup Mondays 6:30pm
AWANA age 3-8th Grade,
Wednesdays Sept-May, 6:30pm
Cottage Grove Faith Center
33761 Row River Rd. • 541-942-4851
Lead Pastor: Isaac Hovet
Sunday Service: 9am and 11am
Full Childrenʼs Ministry available
Delight Valley
Church of Christ
33087 Saginaw Rd. East
Pastor: Bob Friend
Two Services:
9am - Classic in the Chapel
10:30am - Contemporary in the
First Baptist Church
301 S 6th St 541-942-8242
Pastor: Steve Johnson
Sunday School: 9:30am
Worship: 11:00am
Come Worship with us
First Presbyterian Church
3rd and Adams St • 541-942-4479
Pastor: Rev. Bruce Cameron
Worship: 10:00am
Sunday School: 10:00am
Grove Community Church
77820 Mosby Creek Rd.
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Pastor: Bryan Parsons
Worship: 10:30 a.m.
Nursery: Infant - Pre-K
Kidʼs Church: K to 5th grade
Hope Fellowship
United Pentecostal Church
100 S. Gateway Blvd. • 541-942-2061
Pastor: Dave Bragg
Worship: 11:00am Sunday
Bible Study: 7:00pm Wednesday
Living Faith Assembly
467 S. 10th St. • 541-942-2612
Pastor Rulon Combs
Sunday School All Ages 9am
Worship & Childrenʼs
Church 10:30 am
“The Bridge” Saturday Evening Service
Youth ABLAZE: Wednesday 6:30pm
Childrenʼs Breakout Class:
Wednesday 6:30pm
Church of Christ
1041 Pennoyer Ave * 541-767-0447
Preachers: Tony Martin & Robert Evans
Sunday Bible Study:10:00am
Sunday Worship:10:50am & 5:30pm
Old Time Gospel Fellowship
103 S. 5th Street • 541-942-4999
Pastor: Herb Carson
Sunday Service: 10:00am
Sunday Bible Study: 6:00pm
We sing the old time hymns.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
and St. Philip Benizi
Catholic Churches
1025 N. 19th St.
541-942-3420 / 541-942-4712
Pastor: Roy L. Antunez, S.J.
Euch. Liturgies; Sat. 5:30pm
Sun. 10:30am
St. Philip Benizi, Creswell:
552 Holbrock Lane • 541-895-8686
Sunday: 8:30am
St. Andrews Episcopal Church
1301 W. Main • 541-767-9050
Rev. Lawrence Crumb
“Church with the fl ags.”
Worship: Sunday 10:30am
All Welcome
Seventh-day Adventist Church
820 South 10th Street
Pastor: Kevin Miller
Bible Study: Saturday, 9:15 am
Worship Service: Saturday, 10:40 am
Mid-week Service: Wednesday, 1:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church
6th & Quincy • 541-942-2373
Pastor: James L. Markus
Sunday School &
Adult Education 9:15am
Sunday Worship 10:30am
Comm. Kitchen Free Meal Tue & Thur
5:00pm TLC Groups
United Methodist Church
334 Washington • 541-942-3033
Pastor:Jerry Steele
Worship: 10:00am
Adult & Sunday School: 9:00am
Comm. Dinner (Adults $5, Kids Free)
Mon. 5-6:30pm
“VICTORY” Country Church
913 S. 6th Street • 541-942-5913
Pastor: Barbara Dockery
Worship Service: 10:00am
Our Worship
Directory is a
weekly feature in
the newspaper. If
your congregation
would like to
be a part of this
directory, please
contact the
Cottage Grove
at 541-942-3325.