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    10A COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL September 14, 2016
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BRIEFS FROM BEYOND C.G.
Yoncalla Craft
Market
The Yoncalla Craft Sup-
ply Sale Flea Market will be
held Saturday, Sept. 17 from 9
a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Yoncalla
Community Center. Admission
is free, and the event features
fabric, yarn, beads, embrroidery
supplies and wood crafts.
fi re disaster on Tuesday, Sep. 6,
2016 at approximately 8 p.m.
in the 200 block of Sunnyside
Court in Sutherlin, Douglas
County, Ore.
The single-family fi re affect-
ed three adults and one pet.
The Red Cross provided re-
sources to help address the im-
mediate basic needs of those
affected such as temporary
housing, food, clothing, comfort
kits, information about recovery
services, and health and mental
health services.
Awesome Blossom
in Drain to host
Morrow of
grand opening
Roseburg spends
Owner Elise Romo recently
announced that the grand open- semester in
ing of her new business, Awe-
some Blossom Florist, is sched- Zambia
uled to take place Saturday, Sept.
17. Open since Aug. 8, the shop,
located at 104 N. First Street in
Drain, offers art for the home,
events and business designs,
signs and gifts, plants, balloons,
fl owers and cards for all events.
Romo brings 30 years' experi-
ence as a fl orist, caterer and art-
ist to the endeavor.
Hours are: Mondays through
Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
by appointment. Romo can be
reached at 541-670-7327.
Home fi re in
Sutherlin
Disaster responders with the
American Red Cross Cascades
Region responded to a home
LORANE
COUNTRY
NEWS
BY LIL THOMPSON
For the Sentinel
S
chool is back in full swing,
as are all the sports. This
past weekend, the Crow Booster
Club once again held a very suc-
Marissa Morrow of Rose-
burg departed Aug. 25 for a
three-month semester studying
abroad at Harding University in
Zambia (HIZ).
As part of the HIZ curriculum,
Morrow, a nursing major, will
spend the fall 2016 semester im-
mersed in Zambian culture. Stu-
dents will have the opportunity
to visit Botswana, Mozambique
and Tanzania in addition to ven-
turing out on African safaris.
Students in the program have
a full course load available to
them taught by visiting Hard-
ing professors, and the classes
encourage exploration and in-
teraction among the people of
Zambia.
cessful car show that included
several very interesting vehi-
cles. The proceeds go to all our
C-A-L schools.
Lorane Grange is changing
things a bit with a taco dinner,
by popular demand, this month,
with bingo to follow on Fri-
day, Sept. 23, with tacos and
all the trimmings at 5:30 p.m.
followed by bingo at 6:30 p.m.
Several people have said they’re
ready for bingo again, so spread
the word, it’s back at Lorane
Grange.
Abe Lincoln to
visit Oakland
Visitors to historic Oakland,
Oregon can step back in time
with Abraham Lincoln, ride a
stage coach, attend a one room
school house, observe muzzle
loaders, mountain men and trap-
pers, along with can-can danc-
ers, quilters, weavers, spinners
throughout the town during Liv-
ing History Day, Saturday, Sept.
17 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Also scheduled is a Civil War
Era Ball from 7-9 p.m. at the
Oakland Art Gallery. Ball tick-
ets are $3 and costumes are en-
couraged.
The event will be held in con-
junction with the Northwest
Civil War Council, Civil War
reenactors who will stage an en-
campment and battle open to the
public at nearby Mildred Kanipe
memorial Park that weekend.
For more information visit
Oakland Living History Day on
Facebook or Historicoakland-
oregon.com. For information on
the Civil War battle, visit www.
nwcwc.org.
Meadowlark
Project to restore
habitat at Buford Pk.
Lane County Parks (LCP)
and Friends of Buford Park &
Mt. Pisgah (Friends) are imple-
menting a project to restore rare
native prairie, oak savanna and
A special thanks to everyone
who donated cans and bottles to
the ladies at the Lorane Chris-
tian Church. The drive appeared
to be a success.
Rural Art Center Movie Night
returns to Lorane Grange on
Oct. 8. The feature will be an-
nounced soon, but guests will
see the fi lm produced by the
RAC summer fi lm camp. Din-
ner begins at 6 p.m., and every-
thing follows the meal.
Crow’s student artists are
making a big showing at this
woodland habitats in Howard
Buford Recreation Area (Mt.
Pisgah).
The project aims to enhance
oak savanna habitat for future
generations to enjoy while im-
proving habitat for native plants
and wildlife. During September
and early October 2016, park
visitors and residents living near
the southeast entrance should be
advised of increased traffi c on
Ridgeway and Edenvale roads.
For safety, park visitors may be
temporarily directed to different
trail routes during weekdays.
Creswell Econom-
ic Vitality Summit
The Creswell Economic Vi-
tality Summit — titled Home-
grown Prosperity: Building a
Better Creswell, will take place
Saturday, Sept. 24 from 9 a.m.-3
p.m. at Creswell Middle School.
Designed by residents of Cre-
swell, this interactive summit
is facilitated by Rural Devel-
opment Initiatives and aims to
bring community members,
stakeholders and leaders togeth-
er to generate new ideas and
move the community forward
with a plan of action.
The agenda will include pre-
sentations by keynote speaker
John Morgan, Executive Direc-
tor of the Chinook Institute for
Civic Leadership and the Leader
of the Chinook Institute.
Online registration is available
at: http://conta.cc/2aQ2g73.
year’s Mayor’s Teen Art Exhibit
at the Maude Kerns Art Center
in Eugene.
An incredible 10 works were
chosen from Crow, including
fused glass by Stephanie Wigle,
Trent Clark, Ethan Hemple, Ja-
cob Breding, Cameron Behlke,
Emma Getliffe and Kenton
Sparks. Photographs from Bre-
anna Mattox, Tasha Dowdy and
Cassidy Yeates were also cho-
sen.
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