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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 2019
Community celebrations spark Fourth of July fun
By TAMMY MALGESINI
Parades, park activities
and ﬁ reworks are planned
in area towns to celebrate
the Fourth of July. Many
events feature full day festi-
vals. The Walla Walla Veter-
ans Administration Medical
Center is offering an alterna-
tive to noisy ﬁ reworks with
a free movie night.
Unless otherwise noted,
events are Thursday, July
4 with most offering free
admission. Area Indepen-
dence Day events include:
Stars & Stripes Fourth
Park, 1245 N.W. Seventh St.
Free admission. Games,
bounce houses, vendors,
face painting (4-8 p.m.)
food booths, entertainment
and live music with The
Shades (4-10 p.m.). Hail-
ing from the Tri-Cities, the
band performs classic rock
and pop. Fireworks at dusk.
Faith Martin of The Shades sings during the 2018 Stars & Stripes Fourth of July celebration in
Hermiston. The Tri-Cities band is returning for this year’s celebration Thursday at Butte Park.
Stars & Stripes Pool
•6-10:30 p.m., Hermiston
Family Aquatic Center
$12/ages 2-14; free/ages
0-2. Pool party, barbecue
(catered by Dickey’s Barbe-
cue Pit), live music, games
and a front row seat for ﬁ re-
works display. With limited
tickets, people must pur-
chase tickets in advance.
Steak Feed Fundraiser
•Wednesday; 6-9 p.m.,
burger. Buy tickets at Main
Street Market. Features live
music with The Hired Guns
and no-host beverages from
Hermiston Brewing Co.
Stanﬁ eld Fourth of July
•7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Bard
w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m /
Summer reading program starts
The summer reading program is underway at the Herm-
iston Public Library.
Both youths and adults can register on the Beanstalk ser-
vice through the library. People can access Beanstalk on the
library’s website or download the app to their cell phone.
Participants can earn badges for logging their reading and
other activities. The program runs through July 25.
For more information about the program, visit www.
hermistonlibrary.com or stop by the library at 235 E. Gladys
Ave. For questions, call 541-567-2882.
Summer Choir wants singers
The Hermiston Summer Choir is seeking voices.
Community members 14 and older who enjoy singing are
invited to participate. No auditions are required.
The group will begin rehearsals July 15 on Mondays and
Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m., preparing for a perfor-
mance Sunday, Aug. 4 at 4 p.m. at the Hermiston Commu-
nity Center, 415 S. Highway 395.
People interested need to register as soon as possible. The
fee ranges from $15-$19. For more information or to register,
visit www.hermistonrecreation.com or call 541-667-5018.
Boardman sets cleanup month
The city of Boardman is sponsoring a community-wide
cleanup during the month of July.
Residents can obtain garbage vouchers with a $50 limit.
They are valid during the month of July at Finley Butte
Landﬁ ll and the North Morrow Transfer Station.
City residents can pick up vouchers at Boardman City
Hall, 200 City Center Circle. For more information, contact
541-481-9252 or Jackie@cityofboardman.com.
Campus Life collects cans, bottles
The Hermiston Campus Life has an ongoing bottle and
People are invited to drop recyclable cans and bottles off
at the trailer at the Campus Life building, 595 S. First St.,
Hermiston. Money collected from the donations will be used
to help student leaders go to camp. To arrange a pick-up of
donated cans and bottles, call or text 541-969-1017.
Hickey, Eve Messenger Pieratt, Denise Nuner, Vickie Nut-
ter, Jeff Otis, Val Hall St. John, Christie Hess and Bill Zim-
merman aka Parrish.
The 45-year reunion is planned for July 26-27. If you have
any information on classmates listed, call Bruce Wilcox at
541-720-0514. For more information about the reunion, join
the Facebook group, “HHS Classmates 1974 on Facebook.”
The Willow Creek Farmers Market will resume its sea-
son Friday, July 5.
Vendors will offer produce, baked goods, plants, jams and
a variety of handmade and artisan items. Others interested in
setting up a booth to sell items can pay the vendor fee of $25
for the summer for adults and $10 for school-aged children.
The market is each Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hep-
pner City Park on Main Street. It will run weekly through
September. For more information contact Andrea DiSalvo at
757-285-5792 or email@example.com.
HHS class of ‘69 plans reunion
Members of the Hermiston High School class of 1969 are
encouraged to spread the word about plans for their upcom-
ing 50-year reunion.
The event is set for Sept. 27-28. Activities include a Fri-
day meet-and-greet, a Saturday breakfast and tour of East-
ern Oregon Trade and Event Center, and an evening meal.
The reunion cost is $50. For more information, search Face-
book, www.classmates.com/reunions or call Linda Shock-
man Turner at 541-314-5180.
Farm Bureau seeks photos
The Oregon Farm Bureau is looking for pictures featur-
ing all aspects of Oregon agriculture for its 2020 Oregon’s
Bounty Calendar. Photos can show products, people, pro-
duction, landscape — anything that depicts the beauty, tech-
nology, culture or tradition of family farming and ranching
in Oregon. The deadline for photo submissions is Sunday,
Sept. 15. Submission instructions and rules are available at
www.oregonfb.org/calendar. For questions, contact Anne
Marie Moss at 503-399-1701 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the first time in Eastern Ore
The Full Gospel Home Church
235 SW 3rd • Phone 567-7678
Rev. Ed Baker - Rev. Nina Baker
Sunday School........10:00 am
Evening Service........7:00 pm
Wednesday Service..7:00 pm
“Casting all your care upon him;
for he careth for you.”
1 Pet. 5:7
First Christian Church
“Proclaiming the Message of
Hope, Living the Gospel of Love”
Coffee & Mingle Time...9:15am
Worship Service...10 am
Children’s Worship Service...10:15 am
125 E. Beech Ave. • 567-3232
Pastor David Dever
Sun. Bible Classes...................10:00am
Sun. Worship Service..............11:00am
Sun. Evening Worship..............6:00pm
Wed. Prayer & Bible Study......6:00pm
775 W. Highland Ave., Hermiston
On Our Journey
Family service 9am Sunday
N.E. Gladys Ave & 7th, Hermiston
t. PH: 567-6672
We are an all inclusive Church
who welcomes all.
Sabbath School........9:30 a.m.
Worship Service......11:00 a.m.
English & Spanish Services
Hermiston Jr. Academy
1300 NW Academy Lane, • Hermiston
Our Lady of Angels
565 W. HERMISTON AVE.
DAILY MASS: Monday-Friday
...............................English 7:00 am
Thursday...............Spanish 6:00 pm
SATURDAY:.........English 5:00 pm
...............................Spanish 7:00 pm
SUNDAY:..............English 9:00 am
..........................Bilingual 11:00 am
..............................Spanish 1:00 pm
9 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
SATURDAY, JULY 27TH
PENDLETON CONVENTION CENTER
Learn about all of your Federal and State benefits
• 4 Pork Chops
• 2 Pork Steak
• 1 Pork Roast
• 3 Pkgs Pork Sausage
• 2 Pkgs Bacon
• 2 Ham Steaks
All individually packaged
for your convenience.
Scripture, Tradition and Reason
Organizers for the Hermiston High School class of 1974
are seeking information on fellow Bulldog classmates.
The group is trying to locate Debbie Stephens, Steve
Ralls, Marion Chilcote, Tami Wagner Johnson, Gail Wil-
son Peterson, Bert Chavez, Rachel Humphreys, Sandy
Smith Martin, Greg Stultz, Bill Dreger, Judy Grimm, Sherri
kids games (1-6 p.m.), DJ
Kora (1-4 p.m.), live music
with Cruise Control (6:30-
9:30 p.m.) and ﬁ reworks at
Ione’s Fourth of July
•7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.,
Ione City Park
Free admission. A full day
of park activities, followed
by regional entertainment in
the afternoon/evening. Luke
Basile & Jamie Nasario
(2-3:30 p.m.), Cory Peter-
son Band (4:30-6 p.m.),
(6:30 p.m.), and Stompin’
Ground (8:30 p.m.), with
ﬁ reworks at dusk.
Fireworks Free Fourth
•7-11 p.m., Walla Walla
VA Theater Bldg, 77 Wain-
w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m /
Free. Enjoy movies,
snacks and drinks. (509-
Heppner farmers market to open
Class of ‘74 seeks classmates
LET US MEAT YOUR NEEDS
(7-9:30 a.m., Stanﬁ eld Com-
munity Center) followed by
a parade (8 a.m., register;
9 a.m., judging; 10 a.m.,
start). Park activities include
a 3-on-3 tournament, pie
baking contest (turn by
11 a.m.), In the Cash Vault,
Game On (featuring Toxic
Meltdown, archery tag,
game trailer, water slide,
obstacle course and more)
vendors, duck race (1 p.m.)
and rafﬂ e drawings (2 p.m.),
ﬁ reworks at dusk.
•7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Board-
man Marina Park
Free admission. Break-
fast (7-10 a.m.), Color Fun
Run (7:30 a.m., registra-
tion; 8 a.m., run at River-
side High School), parade
(9:30 a.m., lineup on NE.
Front St.; 10 a.m., judging;
11 a.m., start), youth soccer
& horseshoes tournaments
(1 p.m.), 3-on-3 basket-
ball (1 p.m., recreation cen-
ter), food/craft vendors and
Under one roof!
with odva director kelly fitzpatrick
Sunday Worship 11am • 541-567-3002
Nursery available Check us out on Face Book
Worship Livestream at herfumc.com
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
Rev. Dr. Jim Pierce, pastor
NEW THIS YEAR:
Veterans town hall meeting
191 E. Gladys Ave , Hermiston OR
1520 W ORCHARD AVE
Sunday Worship Service
10:30 am Classes for Kids @ 9:15 am
SEEKING JESUS, SHARING LIFE,
Worship Service 10:30 AM
Sunday School 9:00 AM
Pastor J.C. Barnett
Children’s Church &
700 West Orchard Avenue
P.O. Box 933
6 p.m. july 26
W W W. E X P O.O R E G O N D VA .C O M
253 W. Hermiston Ave. • Hermiston
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