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. . . More BBQ business Wed. Thur., Fri., July 15, 16, 17 , 9 AM – 4 PM – Drop off all your flea market treasures at the fire hall. Thur. July 16, 8:30ish – The volunteers need a few energetic people to help set up tents. Should take only a couple of hours. Sat., July 18th , 7:30 AM – Begin dropping off baked goods, priced and wrapped. And make sure to enjoy this great day.

RUNNIN’ AROUND Gosh people were busy with fun trips this month! Doris Dandurand met up with one of her sons and winged it to South Carolina for her granddaughter’s graduation. Sherry Wilson also hit the eastern seaboard, where she worked in some serious grandson time.

Speaking of graduations, Glenn & Kathy also attended a grandson high school graduation in California. Of course that was reason enough for them to load up the RV and spend some additional time with family & friends.

Sullivans almost didn’t come home, what with all their adventures in Bryce, Zion, Yellowstone, and lots of other points of interest. Greg did do some training in large- animal rescue along the way, and they discovered it’s darned hard to get a beer with

your pizza in Utah. Wicklunds

gathered

up

Larry’s

brother, Swansons, and VanHultzens (who days before returned from Holland visiting their son) for a week of birding and great fun

around bonfires in the Malheur area. course they chose the monsoon season that adventure.

Of for

Rusts ambled north and spent time in

Portland

and

Issaquah

playing

with

grandchildren, and children. The Tompkins pair also went to Portland to visit a son, who they brought back with them, and bid Doris farewell on her trip. Griebs attended a Dean sister reunion in Roseburg and decided they were so close to the Mill Casino that they’d just spend a couple of days there too.

Blacks celebrated their anniversary in Reno, where they discovered $3 movies and cheap pool games. Their round-about route home took them through some Forest Service and back areas they’d never been before.

El Paso may never be the same, now that Eileen Oswald touched down to attend her daughter-in-law’s graduation from basic training. However, she also linked up with good buddy and former local Liz Stobaugh, which will undoubtedly yield stories.

OUT AND ABOUT There’s no reason we all can’t have

bunches of summer.

fun without traveling A few July events

very far this that might

interest you are listed below. Every weekend through Labor Day Running Y– Friday night BBQ buffet at

at the

lodge,

Saturday night

brunch

at the Ranch

theme dinners, Sunday House, all catered by

Above

and Beyond.

Every

Saturday – Farmers’

Markets

in

Keno

and downtown Klamath Falls, 883-5351. July 2 - 4 – Umpteenth Annual Festival of Flight in Lakeview, with hang gliders paragliders from around the world.

Free and

July 4 – Street fair Klamath Falls. Parade

and parade, downtown 10 AM, Main Street fair

until

4

PM,

fireworks

over

Lake

Ewauna

884-

5193. AND Malin car show, parade, pancake breakfast, 10 AM fireworks 884-5193.

firworks

– 8 AM

parade,

evening

AND BBQ, music, and fireworks at Lake of the Woods. AMD Chiloquin celebration, noon parade, 1 PM hamburger/hot dog BBQ (min. $1 donation) free ice cream social, city park July 16 – Third Thursday, downtown K Falls, 6 PM. July 17 – Concert on the Green at Running Y July 18 – 19 – Free weekend at all National Parks July 23 – 4th Thursday Evening in the Village at Running Y. Live music on the patio and special offers and events. July 25 – Bonanza Annual Lions Club parade & BBQ. Ross Ragland Theatre is also offering The Music Man for performances Thursday through Sunday throughout the month, with lots of amazing local talent—a wonderful production, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of RRT. Check websites and publications for events occurring throughout the state celebrating Oregon’s 150th birthday.

GENERAL HOSPITAL Hospitals were just full of people from our area this month. Judy Anderson, Jeannie Luther, Rita’s mother Jane, Gale Lemas, Virginia Young, and Bob Fuchs all let medical resorts care for them or perform surgery. Speedy and complete recoveries to you all!

CONDOLENCES Regrettably, we have

more

information in this section again this month. Sympathies to Gale Lemas who lost her brother. Deep sympathies to the family and friends of Richard Cook who died suddenly.

FROM THE READERS AND THE WRITERS This month marks the passing of the Fire Chief gavel from Loren Head to Greg Sullivan. Please make it a point to thank

Loren for postponing his retirement to contribute immeasurably to the health, safety, and good spirit of our community. Welcome Greg and find out how you can participate in continuing and growing our public services and community cohesion.

Our volunteer department Fire Chief is responsible for tons of legal, physical, mental,

and

social

tasks,

with

a

pittance

for

compensation. welcome Greg.

Thank you Loren,

and

The Fire Department kiosk is crammed with announcements and information. Feel free to post your important stuff, but also remove it when it’s no longer current.

Carpet installer. Rocky Point area. 33 ton Wood Splitter for rent, to responsible Rocky Point residences only. radena_day@yahoo.com 541-973-8829

Lake of the Woods Marina Pizza Shop Special 10% off for Rocky Point

Residents.

Rocky Point Resort Special 10% off restaurant meals for Rocky Point Residents Cheesecake Factory pies 25% off all clothing, before new shipment arrives

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