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2 - APRIL 9, 2009 GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON Unique partnership benefits Maryhill Museum CONTRIBUTED APPRECIATED SERVICE TO WOMEN: Roberta Hoctor (left) and Dr. Jim Odgen were honored for their long-time service to women Also pictured with Soroptiimist president, Ruth Bruns, is Cassandra Lund (right) recipient of an educational scholarship. SI G awar (Is given to Hoctor, Ogden Soroptimist Internation- al of Goldendale (SIC-) held its annual awards cere- monies last month, honor- ing two Goldendale resi- dents who have a long histo- ry of community service. Roberta Hoctor was pre- sented the Women Helping Women award for countless hours of service to Golden- dale with emphasis on 4-H and Grange programs. "Roberta has given decades of service in all kinds of areas," said SIG president, Ruth Bruns. Also recognized was Dr. Jim Odgen with the Making a Difference for Women award. "Dr. Ogden has a long history of community service, not just here, but globally," said Bruns. One of the main projects of the SIG service club, Women's Opportunity award, is aimed at helping women who find it neces- sary to return to school for training to improve their employability. This year's winner of a $1,050 scholar- ship is Cassandra Lund. Lund is currently enrolled through University of Phoenix, Axia College in the two-year business degree program. SIG is dedicated to im- proving lives of women and girls and supports projects such as pay equity, literacy, breast cancer awareness and prevention, and ending domestic violence. The club meets twice monthly, Their next project is the annual spring plant sale fund rais- er, scheduled for May 9, Mothers' Day weekend. Breast cancer focus for KVH fo andation A project to increase the awareness of breast cancer and encourage women to get their mammograms during 2009, was announced by the Klickitat Valley Health "Memorial Foundation. names entered. The KVH Memorial Foundation was established to help KVH improve tech- nolgy, provide healthcare re- lated scholarships, expand services and promote corn- TO help promote the munity based programs to awareness, a special draw- improve health and lives of ing for a 10 speed, five-quart. Goldendale residents. Kitchen Aid stand mixer will be held for all women who get a mammogram dur- ing 2009. The drawing will be held around Christmas time. Those who have al- ready had the exam.this year can call and have their Gee's Family Restaurant SERVING CHINESE k AMERICAN FOOD! Weekly Specials CHINESE SPECIAL $5 25 Chicken Broccoli with choice Of sweet and sour chicken or pork, or pork fried rice AMERICAN SPECIAL $7 o Ground Round Steak with choice of potato, soup or salad, and sourdough bread Open M - S -lo:3o - 9:30 & Sunday - 11:O 7 8:30 118 E. Main (509) 773-6999 Downtown Goldendale Maryhill Museum of Art Cannon Power Group. "We announced a donation of are very proud of this unique concrete by Cannon Power partnership and to be affiliat- "This is a wonderful example of a private company, step- ping up ... to help out a non- profit institution." Group, to cre- ate a new parking area, curbs and walkways out- side the muse- urn. The value of the con- crete is esti- mated to be $20,000. In addition to the creation of a new paved parking area, improvements also were made to the museum's exist- ing parking spaces for those with disabilities. Several new walkways and cross- walks also were installed, providing visitors with safe and easily navigable mutes to and from the museum. "Cannon Power Group has a long-time commitment to keep as much investment in the local community as we can," said Kurt Humphrey, northwest area manager for Winerv seeks w to change operation hours Votre Vigemn vineyard and winery has applied for an amended conditional use permit, according to the Klickitat Planning De- partment. The winery is lo- cated at 170 Lyle Snowden Road. Owner, Alexis Pouillon is seeking to change hours of operation from noon to 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday, to ll a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday through Sun- day. The request also seeks permission to be open on President's Day weekend in February, and Thanks- giving weekend in Novem- ben The Klic,9.Ully Board of Adj/i6"tlias scheduled a public on May 4. Comments prr to the meeting are reelUe ed by April 22. UsP. YOUR REFRIGERATOR EFFICIENTLY! You know the drill -- keep the door dosed! But when was the last time you cleaned the coils? Coils coated with dust makes your refrigerator work harder and wear out fasten You'll find the coils on the ba& or underneath your refrigerator. Clean them up to save energy and money! Brought to you by Energy Ideas Clearinghouse, and Klickitat PUD - Owned By Those It Serves. Sen. Jim Honeyford J Goldendale  White Salmon 1313 S. 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It is good for Mary- hill and Chnnon Power Group, and in this case, it is also good for the public, as Maryhill is one of Washing- ton's most treasured attrac- tions," says Washington State Senator Jim Honeyford (R-Sunnyside). In January,, Maryhill an- nounced a partnership with Cannon Power Group to site 15 wind turbines on the east- ern end of the museum's 5.300-acre property as part of the company's Windy Point/Windy Flats project. Anticipated to generate over $100,000 in revenue for the museum each year, the pro- ject is believed to be the first wind energy project in the United States to generate rev- enues for a nonprofit muse- urn, according to the Ameri- can Wind Energy Associa- tion,. The concrete work was also made possible by GN Northern of Yakima, who do- nated the concrete design services. Engineering was done by Pioneer Engineering and Survey and work was completed by Gunkel Con- struction of Goldendale with help from Schuepbach Builders and Custom Con- crete, Hood River. Museum ,om Page 1 of area veterans is on display. The casket maker's collec- tion is an original tool box which was owned by James Donaho, who lived in Bickle- Ion in the late 1800s. A por- tion of the dozens of hand tools, some with intricate de- sign carved in their handles, are on display. Area residents donated items that comprise the early 20th century kitchen display, including an old-time icebox with Mabton brand butter. The walls around the pods which form the hub of the museum feature a portion of an enormous collection of arrow heads in artistic framed arrangements. The collection was assembled by Art and Dora Buck, former residents of Montana. They, along with their daughter Elaine Buehling, collected the pieces during the 1930s- 1940s. Fifty-two displays of several thousand arrow head, awls and beads are on display, with most of the re- maining portion of the col- lection at the Cowboy Muse- um in Great Falls, Mont. "Remember When" pod contains saws, medical sup- plies, a sewing machine and other items that will stir the memories in anyone born  prior to 1950. .... ,,.,T museum is a historic record of eastern Klickitat County and is first rate in va- ANDREW CHRISITANSEN NEW EXHIBIT: Remember When is one of the new exhibits at the Carousel Museum in Bickleton. riety and quality of the dis- plays. One of the more inter- esting pods is the history of schools, including a map with pictures of 23 schools that existed in the eastern end of Klickitat County in the early 20th century. The Carousel Museum opened on April 2 and it will remain open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. The final weekend before winter shut- down is Oct. 11. Group tours can be arranged by calling (509) 896-2007. And while the main road to the valley no longer runs through Bickle- ton, it's well worth the diver- sion and a stop at the Carousel Museum. It's the best place to get a perspective on the people and life in east- ern Klickitat County. The state of Wyoming offers you the kind of lifestyle other people only dream about: western hospitality, friendly folks, tons of outdoor recreational activities, and best of all, no state income taxi Come join the Wyoming Department of Corrections! CORREO'IONS PROFESSIONALS Starting Salary: $30,8881year The WDOC offers a very competitive salary and benefits package. Qualified applicants for the Correctional Officer position must be 18+ years old and a U.S. citizen. W For additional information contact us at 877-WDOC-JOB (877-936-2562) or e-mail: EE0/ADA Emp,oy XXXXX 801VtlN$ NO - TAP TOURNAMENT APRK I ~ 7 P.M. MEN 6 WOMEN DIVISIONS $15 FOR 3 HNES GOLDEN lANES 00.U.S Cellul00 believe in somethingbetter" ANDREWCHRS'nmSEN WIND POWER HISTORY: The history of Bickleton is closely connected to wind. Wind drove mills for precious water in the past and now funds continued existence of area farms. CHURCH DIRECTORY ASSEMBLY OF GOD New Life Assembly of God 1602 S. Columbus. Goldendale. Pastor Kevin Gerehak 7731650. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.. Morning Worship Service 10:30 a.m.. Evening Service at 6 p.m., Family Night on Wed. dight, 7 *.m. includes Youth. God's Flower Gaxden. Royal Rangers and Bible Study CHURCH OF CHRIST 230 E. Court. Goldendahi. 773-4689. Sunday class- es 10:00 a.m.. Service 1l:00 a.m.. Wedeeday classes 6:00 p.m. BAPTIST Columbus Avenue Baptist, S,B.C. 815 N. Columbus. Goldendale. 773471. pastor Michael Block. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.. Morning Worship 1] a.m.. Sunday Evening Study and Worship, 6 p.m., Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Prayer, 7 p.m. Bible Baptir4 Church of Goldendale 349 East Collins St, Goldendale. WA. (5091 773- 4929. L. Parish Plumlee Pastor. Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning Worship Service 11 a.m.. Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m., Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Nursery Service Provided. "Fmnilies Walking In The Old Paths." Jer. 6:16 CATHOLIC Holy Trinity Catholic 307 Schuster. Goldendale. Father William Byron, 773-4516. Sat. Eve. Mass 5:30 p.m.; Sunday Mass 9 a.m.; Spanish Mass 8at. eveaing 6:30 p.m. Eve of Holy Days 7:00 p.m.; Holy Days 7:30 a.m. and Daily Mass Non. - Fd. 7:30 a.m. CCD Classes, Wednesday aBernoons 2:15 to 3:30 p.m. Kindergarten through 6th grade. Wed. Evenings 7:30 to 8:30, 7th through 12th grade. Confessions before Mass Saturdays at noon - 1 p.m. GRACE BRETHREN Community Grace Brethren 1180 S, Roosevelt. Gregory M. Howell, pastor. 773-3388. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Saturday Night Connection 6:00 p.m. "The Bible, the Whole Bible, and Nothing but the Bible." LDS Goldendale Ward The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints N. Colurabus and McKinley; Bishop Mike Canon. 773-3824 or 773-5202. Worship Services start at l0 a.m. on Sunday. Youth meetings (12-18 years) Wednesdays 7-8:30 p.m., Family History Library open from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday. Empty Nesters (all ages) at 6 p.m. 4th Monday of the Month - potluck at the church. LUTHERAN Christ the King Lutheran S. Columbus and Simeoe Dr., Goldendale. 773- 5750. Sunday School, 9 a.m. Worship Service Sunday 10:00 a.m. Everyone welcome. METHODIST United Methodist Columbus and Broadway, Pastor Pat Beeman, 773- 4461 or 773-4462. Worship 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m, Nursery Available 10:30 a.m. Call the church for regularly schedtded events. NAZARENE Church of the Nazarene 124 W. Allyn, Goldendale. 773-4216. Pastor Thomas Fender. Sundays: Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Worship service 10:45 a.m., Wednesday Adult Bible Study 6:30; Jr. High & Sr. High Bible Studies, Odyssey 6:30 p.m_ WOODLAND PRAISE BARN 627 Woodland Road, Goldendale. Woody Lovelaee, Pastor. Worship services; Sunday 10:30 a.m., Wednesday at 7:00. 773-9119. CENTERVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH A Church of Christ The Dalles Mountain Road in Centurville, Pastor Ken Aldns. Sunday Schedule: Children's Sunday School at 10 a.m. Adult Sunday sebaol at 10:20 a.m. Morning Worship Service at 11;00 a.m. "A place where you can feel comfortable." FATHER'S HOUSE FELLOWSHIP 207 S. Klickitat Ave., 773-4719. Basic Bible Fellowship, 9:30 a.m, Worship at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Prayer at 7 p.m. "Heading in God's Direction". UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST "Open Minds, Open Hearts. Deeds not Creeds." 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Watch your local stations to find out when they will turn off their analog signal and switch to digital-only broadcasting. Visit or call 1-888-DTV-2009 for converter coupon information. Call 773-7815 for times and locations. P SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1/2 mile East on Biekleton Hwy. Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service 11 a.m. Pastor Warren Blanek. 773M381 "Visitors cordially welcome at all services."