Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1909-current, October 21, 2015, Page 11A, Image 11

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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL October 21, 2015
11A
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Bazaar!
Shady Oaks
Plants & Produce
Farm Fun for the whole family
It’s the Place to Be!!!
Shady Oaks wants to THANK YOU for
a GREAT SEASON and REMIND YOU
the barn is for rent throughout the winter.
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Cottage Grove
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Catholic Altar Society
hosts an annual institution
T
he Alter Society at Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Catholic Church in
Cottage Grove welcomed parishioners and
members of the general public to a Bazaar
that drew large crowds to the parish hall
on Friday and Saturday. The Society's Jan
Thompson, pictured at right, said the Ba-
zaar is one of a number of yearlong proj-
ects for the organization. Thompson of-
fered james and jellies for sale; books and
knit items, cookies and a soup lunch were
also among their wares.
"We're able to keep our prices low be-
cause our parishioners contribute the pro-
duce, jams and other items," Thompson
said.
The Bazaar reportedly began over 20
years ago with just one table of goods
and has since expanded exponentially. Its
proceeds help fund the Altar Society's ef-
forts to cook meals after funerals, provide
clothing for local drives and a regular soup
lunch.
photo by Jon Stinnett
www.shoppelocal.biz COMMUNITY BRIEFS
NO MATTER WHERE YOU
PURCHASED YOUR HEARING
AIDS WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
Jenna Buetow
Hearing Consultant
Grant Gording, BC-HIS
Board Certifi ed in
Hearing Instrument Sciences
Celebrating 20 years of providing
the best customer service in the business.
FREE Hearing Screenings
FREE Hearing Aid Checks & Cleanings
Just call to schedule an appointment!
Grant's Hearing Centers
www.grantshearing.com
541-942-8444
Cottage Grove
1498 E. Main Street
BFN prepares for
winter
Beds for Freezing Nights,
which opens a city-certi-
fi ed emergency warming center
when the temperature drops to
29 degrees or below from Nov.
15 through March 31, is gear-
ing up for winter. The group
invites individuals that share the
group’s mission, “Warm hearts,
warm beds on freezing nights,”
to attend a training meeting on
Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m.
to Noon at OLPH Catholic
Church Parish Center, 1025 N.
19th St.
The three shifts are: 6-11
p.m., 10:50 p.m.- 4 a.m., and
3:50 to 8 a.m. Responsibilities
include setting up/taking down
shelter supplies, checking guests
in and out, and supervising the
shelter. Volunteers will be as-
signed a shift according to their
availability when the shelter is
activated.
New volunteers who work
with guests must consent to a
$10 criminal background check
for safety and insurance pur-
poses.
For questions about the train-
ing and/or to register, call Chris-
tine at 541-521-8816. Addi-
tional information is available at
www.freezingnights.com where
volunteer applications can be
downloaded and brought to the
training.
Volunteer
opportunities
Those with spare time to
volunteer in and around Cot-
tage Grove have several options
among area organizations in
need of help.
The City/Chamber Graf-
fi ti Rapid Response Team needs
volunteers. To enlist, call Team
Captain Marie Longfellow at
541-942-5658.
Those who would like to vol-
unteer in an offi ce, Community
Sharing is seeking offi ce volun-
teers most days from 11 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. For details, call 541-
942-2176.
The Oregon Aviation Histori-
cal Society seeks volunteers to
index historical documents and
be a museum host. Those inter-
ested can call DJ at 541-767-
0244.
And for those who like to
read, Harrison School SMART
program needs readers one hour
per week to help read to el-
ementary-school students. Call
877-598-4633 or go to www.
getsmartoregon.org
Science Pub talks
spiders
On Tuesday, Oct. 27, the
Coast Fork Willamette Water-
shed Council welcomes Rick
Ahrens, local naturalist, for a
talk entitled ‘Northwest Spi-
ders: Creepy or Fascinating?’ to
Cottage Grove for its monthly
Science Pub presentation. Cos-
tumes are encouraged for an
event that begins at 5 p.m. at the
Axe & Fiddle Festivities will
continue after Science Pub with
special guest MC “Tragedian”
Kerrie Wilke
Manager, Memory Care
Teresa Taylor
Administrator
Magnolia Gardens
Assisted Retirement Living
A
g
Magnolia Village
Stop by! We’ll show you the results of our reecent
Customer Satisfaction Survey
The Cottage Grove Hospital
Auxiliary is having its Craft
Fair on Friday, Nov. 13 in the
hospital lobby. Craft vendors
are needed who will donate 10
percent of their sales to help
the Auxiliary purchase hospital
equipment. Those interested can
Call Jo Butner to reserve your
space at 541-767-2788.
The Creswell VFW is holding
a Bazaar on Nov. 14 and 15 at
the VFW Hall in Creswell, 111
S. 10th St. Vendors are needed
for this “Early-bird Christmas
Crafter’s Bazaar”. Call Dixie
Beard at 541-782-2007 to re-
serve your space to sell.
1st, 2nd, 3rd in 2 Divisions
Ages 10-16 and 17 and Older
PU M PKI N
Funniest - Most Original – Largest
Memory Care
Serving the community for almost 20 years!
Local ownership ensures accountability and our very
low staff turnover ensures a high quality of care.
Crafters wanted
Win Gift Certifi cates
And Prizes
KNND
Pam Barnett
Resident Care Manager
Ty Connor hosting a watershed
party featuring comedy, music
and cake to celebrate a leader-
ship transition in the organiza-
tion — the departure of Director
Pam Reber and the introduction
of her successor.
Pick up an entry form
at these Businesses
Th e Bookmine
Shady Oaks
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Rosebud Consignments
Torero’s Family
Mexican Restaurant
Grove Medical Equipment & Supply
Th e Flower Basket
& Gift Boutique
Call Administrator Teresa Taylor at 541-942-0054.
Big Stuff BBQ
CONTEST
Kim Dickerson
Registered Nurse
Denise Wood
Kitchen Manager
Mindy Bench
Activity Director
Laure Barrus
Offi ce Manager
Fergasons Appliance
Coast Fork Feed
Umpqua Bank
Bring carved pumpkins to
KNND October 26-30