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    2A COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL September 28, 2016
Celebration of Life notice
Holley Jo Gould, 61, of Cottage Grove passed away peace-
fully Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. A Celebration of Life will be held
Saturday, Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. at the Cottage Grove Elks Lodge. Ar-
rangements under the care of Smith-Lund-Mills Funeral Chapel,
Cottage Grove.
COMMUNITY BRIEFS R
Homecoming
Week
Homecoming week approach-
es soon for Cottage Grove High
School. This year, participants
will crown Freshman Court,
Sophomore Court, Junior Court
and Senior Royalty during half
time of the football game on
Friday, Sept. 30, which starts at
7 p.m. The cost is $5 for adults
and $3 for seniors 55 and older.
The annual Homecoming Pa-
rade will be held Friday, Sept.
30 at 2 p.m. beginning at the
high school and ending with
a pep rally at Sixth and Main.
Come join us for all the fun fes-
tivities.
Garden Club
focuses on fall
The Cottage Grove Garden
club plans an expansive presen-
tation about some of the most
important fall tasks, including
choosing a cover crop, for its
Tuesday, Oct. 4 meeting. As al-
ways, the presentation is free and
open to the public. The Garden
Club meets at The First Presby-
terian Church on the corners of
Adams and Third Streets. The
business meeting begins at 6
p.m. with refreshments follow-
ing, and the presentations begin
at 7 p.m.
912 Project
Larry Bottemiller will discuss
his visits to Israel at the next
meeting of the Cottage Grove
912 Project on Monday, Oct.
3 at 6:30 p.m. at Stacy’s Cov-
ered Bridge Restaurant, 401 E.
Main.
The meeting is open to the
public.
Celebrate our
farmers
The Celebrate Our Farmers
event will offer family activi-
ties including a farmer’s mar-
ket, seed mask making and
lawn games at Bohemia Park on
Saturday, Oct. 1 from 1-5 p.m.
Dinner and dancing will follow
at the Bohemia Public Market
across the street from 5-9 p.m.
More information can be ob-
tained by calling 541-942-2360
or visiting sustainablecottage-
grove.org.
Beds for Freezing
Nights seeks
volunteers
“Beds for Freezing Nights”
opens a shelter in one of two
local churches when the tem-
perature drops to 29º or below
from Nov. 15 through March
31. Last season, BFN was open
for 11 nights serving a total of
62 guests. One night there were
15 guests.
Two volunteers are needed to
staff the shelter during each of
the following shifts: 6-11 p.m.,
10:50 p.m. to 4 a.m., 3:50 to 8
a.m. Responsibilities include
setting up/taking down shelter
supplies; checking guests in and
out and supervising the shelter.
Volunteers are required to un-
dergo a $10 background check
and attend one of the upcoming
training meetings: Thursday,
Oct. 20 from 6-8 p.m. or Satur-
day, Oct. 22 from 9 a.m.-noon
at Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Catholic Church, Parish Center,
1025 N. 19th Street, Cottage
Grove. Those interested in vol-
unteering or for more informa-
tion, contact Christine Moats at
541-521-8816.
Stephanie Johnson
at the Fiddle
Stephanie Johnson, an R+B/
blues singer who was a featured
vocalist on Season 5 of The
Voice, will bring her four-piece
band to headline the Axe and the
Fiddle on Saturday, Oct. 8.
SENIOR MEALS PROGRAMS
Offering Meals on Wheels
and
Cafe 60 at the following
locations:
Anyone age 60 and older is
served, regardless of income,
suggested donation is $3.
Guests under age 60 are
welcome to attend for $8 per
meal.
MONDAY, OCT. 3: Tamale
Pie or Chicken Pastina
TUESDAY, OCT. 4: Home-
style Turkey Patty or Braised
Beef
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5:
Breaded Baked Fish w/Tartar
Sauce or Beef Swiss Style
Patty
IN
MEMORIAM
Schmale honored for
service work on eve
of relocation
epresentatives from all
the area’s service clubs,
including Rotary, Lions, Sunrise
and Noon Kiwanis clubs, plus
the Chamber of Commerce, Hu-
mane Society of Cottage Grove
and Habitat for Humanity, came
together Thursday, Sept. 22 to
wish Linda Schmale a safe and
pleasant journey to a new home
in Arizona, where she will be
joining her twin sons.
Schmale served as manager of
Pioneer Title and later was affi l-
iated with American Title, hav-
ing signed up many hundreds of
new homeowners through the
escrow business.
She has held many positions
in the community, including
two terms as President of Ro-
tary, twice as president of the
Cottage Grove Chamber of
Commerce, Soroptimist Board
and Florence Chamber of Com-
merce. She served in many of-
fi ces and on many committees
with Oregon Escrow Council
(OEC) and went back to Wash-
ington, DC to testify at Senate
Hearings on issues directly af-
fecting the settlement industry
and Real Estate transactions in
general.
Rotary’s Don Williams called
Schmale “a signifi cant force in
South Lane County, not only
for her above business achieve-
ments but the hours of volunteer
time.”
LORANE
COUNTRY
NEWS
fast of eggs, pancakes, ham
and beverage costs $7, and
guests don’t have to be hunters.
Please keep saving Box Tops for
Education and send them into
the schools.
Lorane Grange
meets on Thursday, Oct. 6 at
7:30 p.m. Everyone enjoyed
the taco dinner last Friday, so
taco dinner will be served again
on the next dinner and bingo
evening, Saturday, Oct. 15.
Rural Art Center Movie Night
returns to Lorane Grange on Sat-
urday, Oct. 8. They will show
the result of the summer fi lm
camp, “Tears of the Red Oni”.
It is based on a Japanese fairy
tale. The main feature is “The
Little Shop of Horrors”. Soup
dinner precedes the fi lms.
For all who knew Joe Cana-
day, a longtime Crow resident
and Crow Granger, there will be
a service on Sunday, Oct. 9 at
Crow Grange at 2 p.m. He will
be missed.
Just want to remind everyone
about the Moving Vietnam War
Memorial on Sept. 29 in Skin-
ner’s Butte Park. It is a very
moving memorial, and if you
have never seen it, it is worth
your time.
BY LIL THOMPSON
For the Sentinel
I
t’s Homecoming Week at
Crow Middle/High School,
culminating on Friday with
judging of the fl oats at 8:30 a.m.
followed by several other events
after fi fth period.
The Booster Club will host a
barbeque Friday evening with
several other activities and
hopefully a bonfi re and a pow-
der puff football game, ending
in the parade and coronation of
the king and queen. The high
school dance begins at 10:30
p.m.
This Wednesday, Sept. 28, an
open house is scheduled from 6-
7:30 p.m. at Crow Middle/High
School.
A delicious meal is on the
menu this Saturday morning,
Oct. 1, for the annual Hunt-
er’s Breakfast at the Rebekah
Lodge from 6-10 a.m. A break-
Jimmie Southmayd
1949-2016
Cottage Grove's Linda
Schmale has volunteered
with Rotary, Lions, Ki-
wanis and other organiza-
tions.
In the last two years, after her
beloved husband of 38 years,
Roger, passed, she has volun-
teered with many committees
on Rotary and the Chamber. She
also helped socialize and bottle-
feed orphan kittens for the Hu-
mane Society.
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 30: Bread-
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Jimmie
(Jim)
Newton
South-
mayd
passed
peace-
fully
from
this Earth to his heavenly
home on Aug. 24, 2016 at
the age of 67 in Olympia,
Wash. The service for
Southmayd will be held on
Saturday, Oct. 1 at 11 a.m.
at Riverside Community
Church of God in Cottage
Grove with potluck to fol-
low, because God, fam-
ily and food were three of
Jim’s favorite things.
Served at 400 Main St.,
Yoncalla.
(For Douglas County Meals
on Wheels eligibility, call
541-440-3677.)
Suggested donation $3.50
541-942-3325
THURSDAY, SEPT. 29:
Macaroni & Cheese
FRIDAY, SEPT. 30: Chick-
en Pot Pie w/Buttermilk
Biscuit
TUESDAY, OCT. 4: Sweet
& Sour Chicken or Braised
Beef Tips
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