DHS Reunion set
DALLAS -- The Dallas
High School Class of 1990 reunion events are scheduled for Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15, 16, and
Friday, Sept. 15 -- A tour of the high school
will take place at 5:30 p.m. followed by a home football game at 7
p.m. A class "mixer" will begin at North Dallas
Bar and Grill about 9 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 16 --
Miniature golf from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Puttskee's Mini-Golf
at the east side of the "S" curve in Monmouth.
Families are welcome to the 18 holes of golf. Cost is $3 per
Dinner will be at Spirit Mountain Casino
from 6 to 11 p.m. Cost of dinner is $22 per person, (prepaid
registration is required by Sept. 12). Dinner choices are eight
ounces of prime rib served with roasted potatoes and seasonal
vegetables or primavera penne: sauteed julienne vegetables. A sauce
of tomato, garlic, and white wine over penne pasta topped with
Sunday, Sept. 17 -- A family picnic
is planned for noon at the "old side" of the
Dallas City Park, by the new covered area. Please bring your own
food and utensils. Drinks will be
Memory books can be ordered with class
information, addresses and comments. The cost is $7 and books will
be printed and sent out to you after the
The reunion committee is still trying to
locate the following classmates: John Bishop, Garth Blake, John
Buller, Jason Collingham, Michael Collingham, Eric Cone, Andrea
Corvin, Justin Ernst, Rebecca Farrely, Layla Fisher, Jon Fox, Lisa
Hatcher, Adam Hunsicker, Lisa Jeffrey Schumacher, Holly Matthews,
Lisa McKibben, Mark Oneth, Jon Peterson, Raimie Peterson, Jason
Porath, Wanda Pritchard, Chet Rosenbalm, Eddie Samples, Clint
Scott, William Sharp, Paul Snyder, Tami Sullenger, Phil Telfer,
Patrick Wahlmeier, and Jason Wolf.
High School reunion web site can be found at:
reservations, to update address information, or for more
information, contact Tammy (Hurt) Chance by e-mail at
email@example.com, call at (503)606-9925, or write at 522 S. Heffley
St., Monmouth, OR 97361; or contact Stephanie (Mosley) Hofferber by
e-mail at dshofferber@@mindspring.com, call at (503)623-4912, or
write at 1031 Heather Lane, Dallas, OR
Library, clubs focusof woman's club
INDEPENDENCE -- The GFWC Independence
Woman's Club will hold the Wednesday, Sept. 6 meeting at their
clubhouse at 340 S. Third St. Refreshments will be served at 7 p.m.
and the program will start at 7:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the
Guest speakers include Vona Pease who is
past president of the Valley District of Women's Clubs as well
as a former president of the Oregon Federation of Women's
Clubs. She will speak on Women's Clubs and also on the national
program "Libraries 2000."
Ferguson, chairperson of the Friends of the Independence Public
Library, will speak on co-sponsoring a book club and on
volunteering for the library.
After the program a
short meeting will be held. The Woman's Club is a service
organization whose objective is to promote greater community and
educational interest and to promote fellowship among its members.
Membership is open to people in the community who support these
For more information about the
Woman's Club, call Kate at 838-6172 or Edna at
For more information on the new book
club, call Elaine at 623-1916 or Betty Lou at
Antique, hobby andcraft show at
MONMOUTH -- Christ's Church is
hosting an "Antique, Hobby and Craft Show and
Sale" fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9
at Christ's Church, 412 W. Clay St.
will include an antique auction where antique dealers will bring
their wares for both an oral and silent auction. There will be
youth-oriented events such as a cake walk with monster cookies,
face painting, fishing, and bean bag toss booths. The Christ's
Church Women's booth will sell grapevine wreaths, hop wreaths,
swags and produce.
View "unique and
unusual" ways people spend their time at the hobbies
Entertainment will include indoor and
outdoor games, musicians, and pony rides.
booths will include homemade chili corn on the cob, apple pies, and
Proceeds from the event will be used
towards the church's mission budget, youth scholarships to
camp, some new projects and Christmas
For participation or more information,
call Jody Daily at 838-0798 or JoAnn King at
MONMOUTH -- The Monmouth Public Library
Book Discussion Group will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14 in
the public meeting room of the library.
be the organizational meeting for the 2000-2001 sessions. If you
have a book you would like the group to read this year, please
bring it to share. The schedule and discussion leaders for the year
will be decided.
All are welcome to attend. This
discussion group meets on the second Thursday evening of each month
from September through June.
The Monmouth Public
Library is located at 168 S. Ecols St. For more information, call
Fran Kosko at the library at 838-1932.
The City of Dallas is offering a number of aquatics programs in the
coming weeks. All classes will be held at the Dallas Municipal Pool
located at 385 SW Levens St.
information, contact Janet Hutchison at 831-3570 or Faith DeMarr at
Successful participants, ages 15 and up, may qualify to apply for
jobs at Dallas Aquatic Center and other Red Cross swimming
Training will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (no
afternoon class on Thursday), Monday through Friday, on Aug. 21 to
Aug. 25. A second session will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday
and Thursday, and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 5 to
Cost is $50 for residents and $65 for
Water Safety Instructor
-- For ages 17 and up, must have
lifeguard certification. Classes will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Sept. 5 to
Cost is $100 for residents and $125 for
Spanish speaking swimming
aerobicsat M/I YMCA
INDEPENDENCE -- The
Monmouth/Independence Family YMCA is offering adult
"Aqua Aerobics" from 5 to 6 p.m. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays through Sept. 1.
exercise class is open to men and women ages 18 and older. An
instructor will lead the class and a lifeguard is on duty at all
The YMCA pool and facility is located at
495 I St.
For registration, fees, memberships or
more information, call Erika at the YMCA pool at