The independent. (Vernonia, Or.) 1986-current, September 15, 2005, Page Page 14, Image 14

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The INDEPENDENT, September 15, 2005
“All You Can Eat” Crab Feed back for third year on October 15
The third annual “All You
Can Eat” Crab Feed will be
held October 15, from 5:00 to
10 p.m. at Schlegel Hall, in
Sunset Park, Banks.
The meal includes “all you
can eat” Dungeness crab,
green salad, pasta salad, garlic
bread, dessert, coffee, and one
non-alcoholic beverage. Pre-
purchased ticket prices are $25
for adults (ages 13 and up),
$10 for students (ages 6-12),
while those five and under are
free with the purchase of an
adult ticket. Tickets can also be
purchased the day of the event
at $30 for adults and $15 for
students. To purchase tickets,
call Kathy Edison at 503-324-
3614.
Sponsored by the Banks
High School Parents Associa-
tion, the feed benefits the BHS
Boosters.
Next NAAVE meeting scheduled
for September 20 at Banks Library
Dishwasher
5 Wash Levels
Precision Wash System®
Hi-Temp Wash Option
Scrub Cycle
FDB750RCS/FDB1050REC
Side by Side
Refrigerator
2 Clear Crispers
1 Clear Dairy Door
1 Clear Deli Drawer
FRSGR5EMB
The next public meeting of
Neighbors Against Apple Valley
Expansion (NAAVE) will be
Tuesday, September 20, 7:30
to 9:00 p.m. in the Community
room at Banks Public Library.
Agenda items will include
the following:
• Mike Applebee’s develop-
ment plan, which was submit-
ted to Washington County on
August 19, proposing an ex-
pansion of uses at the Apple
Valley airstrip to include flight
training, scenic tours, sale of
aeronautic equipment and sup-
plies, and aircraft service and
Oak Village
Laundromat
4 Jumbo
Washers
Air-conditioned
Easy Access with
Ample Parking
located next to
Jim’s Market
at the junction of
Hwy 47 & Hwy 6
Main Street, Banks
S TRASSEL ’ S A UTO R EPAIR
& H YDRAULIC H OSES
2-4-6 S PIRAL W IRE
F LANGE H EAD • S UCTION H OSES
A DAPTORS - 3/16” TO 2”
B ULK O IL P RODUCTS
276 S UNSET , B ANKS
503-324-9808
Store Hours
Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5:30
Saturday 8:30 - 5:00
maintenance.
• Washington County’s Sep-
tember 2 decision deeming the
proposal incomplete.
• Oregon Department of Avi-
ation’s decision to grant provi-
sional heliport status to the Ap-
ple Valley airstrip site.
• Fundraising update.
• Volunteer opportunities.
For more information go to
<www.naave.org>. Banks Pub-
lic Library is located at 111 Mar-
ket Street in Banks.
Mayors’ Ball to
benefit senior
services
The Mayors’ Ball and Silent
Auction, a benefit to support
senior services, has been an-
nounced by the Forest Grove
Senior Center.
The benefit will be held at
the Forest Grove Senior Cen-
ter, 2037 Douglas Street, on
September 24. The evening will
start out with a no-host bar and
silent auction at 6:00 p.m. Din-
ner will include L Bar T Ranch
Buffalo prime rib and Orange/
Ginger grilled Salmon, served
See page 17
Ye Olde
Dingheiser
Pub & Restaurant
VISA - MC - ATM Access
COCKTAILS • BEER • WINE
FOOD, KEGS & ICE TO GO
Lunch & Dinner
Served Daily
SUNSET
LAUNDRY
11:00 am – Closing
Wash…$1.00
Dry…25¢
CASH PRIZES!!
180 S. Main St.
Banks, Oregon
BINGO
SUNDAYS 5-8 PM
All Lottery Games
CLOSED MONDAYS
47100 NW Sunset Hwy.
Manning • 324-4848