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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL November 16, 2016
LORANE COUNTRY NEWS
BRIEFS FROM BEYOND COTTAGE GROVE
PeaceHealth will host an Infor-
mation Open House from 3-6 p.m.
Nov. 17 in Springfi eld for those
interested in a career as a Medi-
cal Assistant or Licensed Practical
Nurse. The event will be held at
PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medi-
cal Center at RiverBend, located
at 3333 RiverBend Drive, in Con-
ference Room CD. Those current-
ly certifi ed as Medical Assistants
and Licensed Practical Nurses
who are looking to make a career
change or seeking recertifi cation
are also invited to attend.
Representatives from Pioneer
Pacifi c College and Lane Com-
munity College will be onsite
working with attendees individu-
ally to discuss career options and
opportunities at PeaceHealth. For
more information about this event,
please contact Laura Rustay at
Parks and Rec gifts
Oregon Parks and Recreation
Department (OPRD) invites the
public to check out its new line of
gift gear, which can be viewed at
tore or at oregonstateparks.org by
clicking on “shop” at the top.
Purchases can be made only
through the Oregon State Parks’
store, or by calling 1-800-551-
6949. Free shipping is included
with all items.
that use a paper or a plastic sleeve
over a wire rack.
The Lane County Waste Man-
agement Glenwood Central Re-
ceiving Station, located at 3100 E.
17th Ave. in Glenwood area, is the
only Lane County transfer station
offering this recycling option.
For information about recycling
these or any other items, visit lane-
county.org/recycle or contact Lane
County Waste Reduction Special-
ist Sarah Grimm at 541-682-4339
Recycling campaign Forestland taxes
Campaign signs made with the
common, corrugated signboard
material can be recycled for free
at the Glenwood Transfer Station
(3100 E. 17th Avenue). A collec-
tion bin has been set up in the free
recycle area of the transfer sta-
All staples, tape, metal or wood
must be removed. There are also
free recycling options for signs
On Tuesday, Nov. 29 from
5:30–8 p.m., Dr. Tammy Cush-
ing, OSU Extension Specialist in
Forest Economics, Management
and Policy, and Starker Chair in
Family and Private Forestry, will
visit Roseburg to talk about taxes
as they pertain to forestland own-
ers. Preparing forestland taxes can
be especially overwhelming for
a new woodland owner, one who
has had recent forest management
BY LIL THOMPSON
For the Sentinel
expenses, recent forest income,
or is planning/preparing for fu-
ture income from forestland. The
presentation will discuss special
provisions that pertain to forest-
land owners and forest generated
income, provide tips on how to
improve forestland records and
talk about how to minimize the
taxes paid for income generated
by a forest. Those interested are
asked to register for the class, as
it will fi ll up quickly, by visiting
douglas/classes-events and select-
ing the class “Trees and Taxes:
Understanding Forestry Taxes for
your Woodland.” Those interested
can also call or email Holly at
541-672-4461 or holly.burton@
oregonstate.edu to register. The
cost is $15 per family/owner part-
nership (two people max.), and
refreshments and materials will
be provided. It will be held at the
OSU Extension Offi ce, located at
1034 SE Douglas Ave., Roseburg
(next door to the courthouse).
$ PUUBHF ( SPWF
Our Community Newspaper
hope you all come to Lorane Grange for its taco dinner
and bingo this Friday, Nov. 18. Dinner starts at 5:30
p.m. with bingo starting at 6:30 pm. The progressive bin-
go blackout has grown, and there is still a delightful 50/50
The next half-day for art is Nov. 22 with artist Donna
Crispin teaching how to weave a basket with a wooden base.
Participants will use a reed and yarn to create a “lovely, small
unique basket”. Some high school students with interest in
working with children and art are needed to help, and they
can earn three hours’ community service credit.
The holiday season is upon us, and it is time to think of
those in need. The Lorane food bank will help those who
need food staples during the Thanksgiving time, and Markay
or Kathy Drullinger can be contacted for supplies. Also,
it’s time once again to start planning for the community
Christmas baskets. Boxes will be up in all organizations
until Dec. 15 to receive non-perishable food items. Baskets
will be delivered on Dec. 17. Those who would like to do-
nate money, ham, or turkeys can contact Sande Maxwell at
541-942-5083. Once again this year, the Angel Trees are
going up to help children in the communities of Lorane and
Crow. They will coordinate with Sande.
The Lorane Grange Christmas Dinner and open house
is scheduled on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 1:30 p.m. The Grange
provides the turkey, dressing, ham, potatoes and beverages.
Everything else is potluck, and the community is welcome.
There will be a half-day of school on Tuesday, Nov. 22
with evening conferences, no school Nov. 23 with morning
conferences and no school Nov. 24 and 25 for Thanksgiv-
ing. Also, Middle school girls basketball practice happens
at Applegate 3:30 p.m. everyday. High school basketball
practiced started on Monday, Nov. 14.
Birch Avenue Dental
Park W. McClung, DDS • Tammy L. McClung, DDS
Where dentistry is our profession but people are our focus
WELCOMING NEW PATIENTS!
● School district budgets
● Property auctions
● Public hearings
● Local tax changes
Check out our exclusive Birch Avenue Dental Program that provides
all the rewards of dental insurance without the headaches.
For more information please call
or visit us at
Find out about these and more in your local paper!
Participate in Democracy.
Read your Public Notices.
STIHL CHAIN SAW
Stock# MS 170
Free Extra Chain and Horner's
Baseball Cap with purchase.
at the Bar’n
Together, let's share in giving!
Bring in 2 cans of food,
which we will collect for
Cottage Grove Community Sharing,
and get your choice of a
double 12 oz.
Latte or Mocha
Monday-Friday Lunch Special
Maximize your donation by donating
to Cars for a Cause by Dec. 31st.
We accept cars, trucks, RVs, boats
& motorcycles CALL NOW!
(Limit 8 cans per car. Non-Perishables only.)
Established in 1993 as the first espresso stand in Cottage Grove, Oregon, The
Espresso Bar'n has become a local icon providing espresso drinks, blended
espresso specialty drinks, teas and a great cup of coffee. For over 20 years The
Espresso Bar'n has utilized the same private roaster to provide our customers
with the finest coffee products. "The Barn" is often sought out by regular
travelers along the I-5 corridor. With a high level commitment to our custom-
ers, employees and the community, The Espresso Bar'n will continue to
provide excellent service and a great product at a great value.
•Helps those in need in Lane County
• Charitable donation
•We do all the paperwork
St. Vincent de Paul
2315 Hwy. 101 • Florence • 541-997-8460
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One regular priced
Gift item or Boutique
November 9-15, 2016
The Flower Basket and Gift Boutique
A flower shop and so much more...
Please present coupon at the time of purchase for discount