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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2018
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Breakfast meeting to
look at water rights
a.m. and end at noon. It is
part of the chamber’s effort
this year to replace monthly
hour-long luncheons with
longer educational events
once a quarter.
The event agenda, pro-
duced in partnership with
the Oregon Water Coalition,
Networking breakfast at
Opening remarks at 7:50
Updates on local water
projects by Hermiston city
The Greater Hermis-
ton Area Chamber of Com-
merce is kicking off its 2018
Business to Business series
with a breakfast on Jan. 23
focused on water rights and
local water projects.
The event, held at the
new irrigated ag building at
the Hermiston Agricultural
Research and Extension
Center, 2121 N First St., will
begin with breakfast at 7:30
manager Byron Smith, Port
of Morrow water quality
supervisor Miff Devlin and
Umatilla city manager Russ
Pelleberg at 8:15 a.m.
Presentation on the eco-
nomic impact study of the
Mid-Columbia Basin water
development project by
John Audley of John Aud-
ley Consulting and JR Cook
of Northeast Oregon Water
Association at 9 a.m.
“Water Rights Boot-
camp” with Laura Schroeder
of Schroeder Law Offices
from 10 a.m. to noon
For more information
or to RSVP for the break-
fast contact the chamber at
istonchamber.com or info@
tive workshop in suicide
first aid is being offered in
Applied Suicide Interven-
tion Skills Training (ASIST)
teaches participants to rec-
ognize when someone may
have thoughts of suicide
and work with them to cre-
ate a plan to support their
immediate safety. Partici-
pants don’t need any formal
training to attend the work-
shop — anyone 16 or older
can learn to use the ASIST
The workshop is Jan.
22-23 from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. at Good Shepherd
Medical Center, 610 N.W.
11th St., Hermiston. A sub-
sidized registration fee is
made possible by the Gar-
rett Lee Smith Youth Suicide
Prevention Grant. Hosted
by Umatilla County Public
Health, the cost is $75.
For more information,
contact Amanda Walsborn at
or visit www.co.umatilla.
or.us/health. For more about
ASIST, visit www.living-
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Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
12:00 p.m. January
- 1:00 p.m.
Port of 12:00
to 1:00 p.m.
2 Marine Drive, Boardman OR 97818
Port of Morrow Riverfront Center
“Proving dynamic, progressive, and diverse
2 Marine Drive
supports to improve the well-being
of our communities”
BOARDMAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WOULD LIKE TO
THANK EVERYONE THAT JOINED US IN WELCOMING IN
THE HOLIDAY SEASON, THROUGHOUT DECEMBER.
It was a wonderful evening with such strong community spirit!
The Boardman AWANA group and young performers from the
“Learning Adventures” Pre-School filled our hearts and entertained us thoroughly.
Mark your calendar for the January 17, 2018 Economic Outlook Luncheon. Gary Neal,
for the Port
for the City
Boardman, Don Russell, Morrow County Commissioner.
Santa Claus spent a full evening, visiting with approximately 100 of the kids from
around our area, while parents and friends enjoyed holiday tunes being sung by
Riverside Jr/Sr High School music department.
Boardman never fails to show what a great community we are!
Gary Neal, General Manager for the Port of Morrow
Will provide the 2017 summary for Port of Morrow, City of Boardman and Morrow County
Karen Pettigrew, City Manager for the City of Boardman
successes throughout 2017, as well as goals and focus for 2018.
Don Russell, Morrow County Commissioner
Boardman Seniors will be the caterer’s for this month’s luncheon. They will be serving their
delicious, hot spaghetti with rolls and salad on the side.
Will provide the 2017 summary for Port of Morrow, City of Boardman and Morrow County
successes throughout 2017, as well
please RSVP to ensure
• Sage Center For the use of your facility and your wonderful staﬀ !
• Agri Northwest & Boardman Park, sponsorship for
150 day passes to the Boardman Pool and Recreation Center
• Th e Sunrise at Boardman Café for 25 dozen cookies
• Harvest Town Foods for Halo oranges
• Boardman Hardware for Christmas candies
adequate lunch and seating.
They will be serving
with rolls and salad on the side.
(541) 481-3014 or email@example.com
You are cordially invited to join the
Cost: $12.00 per person / lunch
Congratulations to Kim Haney
Winner of the $200.00 Harvest Town Food Gift Card
To ensure adequate seating and lunch, please RSVP by Friday. January 12, 2018
Th ank you to the participating businesses for your
We had 30 prizes
for the Chamber of Commerce at
2017 Boardman Shop
Harvest town Foods of Boardman
River Lodge and Grill
Boardman Beauty Bar
Th e Sunrise at Boardman Cafe
Predators Den, LLC
C & D Drive In
Smiley’s Happy Place
Boardman Pool & Rec Center
Boardman Jumpstart Java
Main Street Sinclair
Th e Store at SAGE Center
Speedway Tire Center
Boardman Chamber of Commerce
In honoring the deserving members of our community
28th Annual Awards Banquet
Friday, Febuary 2nd, 2018 • 6pm Cocktail Reception/7pm Dinner
Port of Morrow Riverfront Center, 2 Marine Dr. Boardman, OR
Individual $40 includes dinner and 1 raﬄ e ticket
Please RSVP to the Boardman Chamber of commerce at (541) 481-3014
Business Cocktail attire/Cash bar
Mark your calendars for Boardman’s 28th Annual Awards Banquet.
Th is is the time to recognize how many wonderful residents and businesses we have in Boardman.
All of us have known someone, whether it be a neighbor, friend, co-worker or family member, that seems
to be busy doing something special around town.
Th ere are many people in Boardman that contribute their time and demonstrate their support for Board-
man throughout the years and we think “WOW, they do so much. It would be nice if people knew what
they really do for this town.” Th is is the way to do it!
Share your insight by nominating someone for Business Person, Citizen, Youth, Educator, Fire & Safety or
Pioneer awards for 2017.
Nomination forms are on the Boardman Chamber of Commerce website www.boardmanchamber.org OR
you may contact the Chamber oﬃ ce (541) 481-3014 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for nominations are Friday, January 19, 2018
Th en join us for a heartwarming, fun ﬁ lled evening on Friday, February 2, 2018
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