Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, May 29, 1980, Page TWELVE, Image 12

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    TWEI.Vfi The Ileppner GaieUe-Timcs. Ilrppnrr, Oregon, Thursday. May 29, 1980
2 Irrigon 4-H'ers going on excursion to nation ' capital
There is adventure whead
for two Morrow County 4-H
members who will be Jravel
insr to Washington. D. C. this
summer. Jyl and Becky
Hobbs. Irrigon. will be among
the 22 Oregon and Washington
youths who will participate in
the Citizenship-Washington
Focus in August.
They will have an extra day
added to their original plans,
as the coordinator for the
statewide program was able
to obtain reduced air fare for
the group by flying at night.
Money saved allowed sched
uling of a day in Philadelphia
at no extra cost.
Leaving Portland August I,
the group will fly to Chicago;
then to Philadelphia and on to
Washington DC. After six
days in Washington, they will
leave for Atlanta. GA: then
back to Portland. Housing for
the travelers will be at the
National 4-H Center while they
tour Washington and attend
informative seminars. They
will also have the opportunity
to view the country from
Philadelphia to Washington as
they travel by rail.
Citizenship-Washington Fo
cus is planned as an exciting,
mind-expanding experience
for 15-19 year old 4-H youth
representing their county in
teams or as individuals. With
the nation's capitol as a
classroom, the group will see.
learn, listen, discuss and
debate in workshops, semi
nars and field trips. It is
offered to stimulate youth to
Bull Prairie
campground open
Bull Prairie campground in
the Heppner Ranger District
of the Umatilla National
Forest is now open for
camping, said H.B. Rudolph,
forest supervisor.
The phone number is 676
9187. Other campgrounds in the
Umatilla forests that are open
include three campgrounds in
the Dale Ranger District
(421-3311). six in the Pomeroy
Ranger District (843-1891).
three in the Ukiah Ranger
District (427-3231. and three in
the Walla Walla Ranger
District (525-5500.)
No water has been turned on
in any of the campgrounds
yet. The Ukiah Ranger Dis
trict will not have water in anv
of its campgrounds this year.
Building codes
office to close
The Building Codes Division
of the state Department of
Commerce will close its Her
miston office on June 13 and
consolidate its staff and activi
ties at Pendleton, according to
Trevor Jacobson. division ad
ministrator. Inspectors from the Ilermis
ton office have been responsi
ble for inspections in Morrow
County. The Hermiston staff
includes four inspectors.
After June 13. Jacobson
said, permit applications will
be processed at the Pendleton
office at 700 S.E. Emigrant St.
A decline in new overall
construction starts, the near
completion of the Portland
General Electric's coal-fired
generating plant at Carty. and
a change in local-government
program responsibilities
are factors that have led to the
decision to consolidate the
offices. Jacobson said.
Morrow receives
timber monies
Morrow County has re
ceived $fi.740 as its share of
quarterly receipts from Ore
gon's timber severance tax.
The Department of Revenue
has distributed $7.1 million to
19 western Oregon counties
and $201,648 to 16 eastern
Oregon counties. Counties dis
tribute the money to various
local districts as an offset to
property taxes.
The tax is paid to the state
when the timber is harvested.
senrch for dilutions to con
temporary issues, understand
principles and processes of
our government, practice
leadership skills, and become
more meaningfully involved
as concerned and
action-oriented citizens when
they return home. Represen
tatives attending from the
different states will have an
oprtunity to share
viewpoints nod meet new
friends from nl.l over the
Prior to their departure.
Reckv and Jyl will attend an
orientation session where they
will meet the seventeen
Oregon and five Washington
4 H ers who will be their
traveling companions for the
big adventure. They will find
youth from Condon, Corvnll.ia,
Hroadhenl, Grunts Pass,
F.ugene and Salem as excited
about the trip as the two from '
Irrigon!
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May 31, 1980
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