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NEIGHBOR NEWS Thursday, July 2, 2015 CHURCHES Cheney Community Church Monday, July 6, our week of Vaca- tion Bible School begins. The program starts at 9 a.m. with registration available on-site. If not pre-registered, come by at 8:45 a.m. to check in. Pre-registration is available by calling the church office at 235-4841. The program ends at noon MORE INFO Please see the Church Directory at the bottom of page 6 for service times and contact info. at the Sutton Park gazebo Sunday, Aug. 9, at 10:30 a.m. Bring your fam- ily, friends and a comfy chair and join us for worship in God's creation. Mark your calendars for Aug. 10 - 14 for Vacation Bible School Reg- istration forms are now available. Emmanuel will host children enter- each day. tion about the camp call our church ing grades 1 -- 6 this fall. This year's "Creation Adventure" will take office. Campers can register on-line at theme is "Unvanquished." St. Rose the children on an exciting adven-CLBCamp.org/Registration. Catholic Church will host children ture back in time with lots of fun Worship services at Cheney Com- ages 3 - 5. activities, games, crafts, Bible lessons, munity Church are at 10 a.m. with snacks and new friends. Children age nursery care and children's church 3 - 4 pre-kindergarten (potty trained) provided. through fifth grade are welcome. Children please wear closed-t0e Emmanuel Lutheran Church shoes. Emmanuel Lutheran Church invites Some of our youth will be attend- you to worship with us this Sunday, ing the Cocolalla Lake Bible Camp in July 5, at 10:30 a.m. You may also watch North Idaho this summer. The teen our pastor's sermon at our website em- camp is this next week with camps for manuelcheney.org, or on YouTube at other ages to follow. Camp for ages 11- Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Cheney. 12, July 12-16; ages 9-10, July 19-23 and Adult education begins at 9 a.m. ages 7-8, July 26-30. For more informa- "Worship in the Park" will be held United Church of Christ Thanks are due to many people this month. Music director Kate Sloan has filled the vacancy as church co- ordinator, since Ashley Yerry is be- ginning her marketing career with a Spokane veterinary firm. Also, Donna Pearson is taking over leadership of the women's fellowship from Doro- thy Clark, who is starting her second year as council vice president. We appreciate the good work of all these ladies, and congratulate Ashley on her new job. Summer worship continues at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary, with Sloan lead- ing the hymn singing, followed by cookies and chatting in the fellowship hall afterwards. United Methodist Church Join us this Sunday at the United Methodist Church as we celebrate the ordination of our pastor, Alissa Bertsch Johnson. We will also welcome intern Stephanie Brady during the 10 a.m. service and the fellowship hour af- terwards. Retired pastor, the Rev. Dr. George Abrams, will be preaching this Sunday and helping with the celebra- tion of Holy Communion. Sunday school classes are in recess for the summer months but please mark your calendars for Vacation Bible School, Aug. 16-20. Contact the church office for times and days of other study opportunities. [ ,OOKING BACK 10 Years Ago July 7, 2005 The residential growth trend continued for Medical Lake as it was announced a new addition to Silver Hills would contain 72 homes on a 27-acre development named Silver Hills West. Flickering lights in a large number of Cheney households were attributed to some of the 500 insulators installed a decade ago that were deemed defective. The problem happened following rainstorms. Val Von Lehe, who coached the Medical Lake High School girl's basketball programfrom 1984-1992, but resigned to raise a new baby, returned to the sidelines as she was named to replace Sandy Zimmerman whose contract was not renewed. 20 Years Ago July 6, 1995 Four positions on the Cheney City Council, those LOOKING BACK WITH THE CHENEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM One hundred years ago on July 3, 1915, Tyler celebrated the 4th of July with a trap shooting contest and an eight-mile automobile race, as well as an orchestra, games and speeches Learn more about our area's history at www.cheneymuseum.org. of Dwayne Paul, Kevin Hanson, Irene Wahl and Barbara Boots,were look- ing for opponents in the upcoming general election. Nearly 1,000 people attended the recently completed Culpepper and Meriweather Fourth of July circus in Cheney. The Cheney Rodeo an- nounced a significant in- crease in the purse for the 28th annual event as com- petitors would now com- pete for a total of $30,000, up $10,000 from 1994. 30 Years Ago - July 4, 1985 Angered that the EWU board of trustees agreed to keep the school's athletic program funded at its cur- rent level through 1990, the Faculty Senate voted to cease all faculty committee work and ask the board to rescind its decision. More than 300 entrants were poised to compete at the 18th annual Cheney Rodeo, the largest ama- teur event of its kind in the Northwest. Recent Central Wash- ington University graduate Dave Cook was hired as the interim sports information director at EWU, taking over for Jim Price who was taking a year's leave of absence. 40 Years Ago July 3, 1975 A trophy named for late Cheney businessman Ed Betz was going to be awarded by the Cheney Rodeo Association to the best all around cowboy. Cheney police were investigating the theft of an automobile owned by Raymond Gilles from his residence. Police later re- ported speeds reached over 100 miles-per-hour during an ensuing chase where the driver and ve- hicle escaped. Ron Hufhnan pitched a two-hit, 11 strikeout game to help Holsum Bread win their 11th consecutive game, 2-1. 50 Years Ago July 2, 1965 The bowling alley on the news director at KREM the highway near the Mar- radio and television as shall turnoff, which caved an assistant professor *of in due to heavy snows last journalism. winter, was finally being torn down. Most of the material can be salvaged, including two of the lanes. Eastern Washington State College announced the hiring of Dick Hoover, The Eastern Washing- ton Recreation Association swim team, coached by Sue Senske, competed in a meet at Selah, Wash. where Tom Stone took first place in one-meter diving. the West Plains Locally owned & operated Tank pumping & maintenance Baffle inspection System inspection for home sale Drain cleaning Drain field installation Ullllli License #602872994 cheneyseptic@gmail.com www.cheneyseptic.com TOMLINSON Pete Baccarella 509-953-4598 USAF Retired BUY or SB.L ? www.petebaccarella.com [] f~ f'.~'~ e-PRO~b continued from page 6 W. 13th Ave., 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 4, Friends of the Airway Heights Library Book Sale, Hicks Open Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 1'1 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 5, Friends of the Airway Heights Library Book Sale, continued from page 6 pared for the next fight in three weeks, by all means accept; mental preparedness is a huge majority of the fight. I would how- ever, consider your Hicks Open Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 6, City brary, 10 - 11 a.m. July 8, Friends of the Airway Heights Library Book Sale, meeting, community library, 2 - 3:30 p.m. City of O in this weather and water challenges! With no water, we have ordered in a Council meeting, City Hall Council Cham- bers, 5:30 p.m. July 7, Book Club meeting, 2 - 4 p.m. July 8, Jamming Jenks, music and jug- gling, community li- Hicks Open Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 4 Learn Storytime (ages 2 - 5), community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. July 8, Jamming Jenks, music and jug- gling community li- brary, 2 - 3 p.m. skill level, and that of your last opponent. What is his tale of the tape? Weigh your de- cision more so on if you are prepared for either outcome. 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