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The annual Memorial Day Fleet of Flowers drew hundreds to Depoe Bay. See more photos on Page A12 and video of the event at thenewsguard.com. firstname.lastname@example.org
Damage costs mounting for dock repair The beauty of the Oregon
Coast continues to attract
JEREMY C. RUARK thenewsguard.com). NEWS GUARD PHOTO/JEREMY C. RUARK ocean are now leaning and thousands of visitors each
email@example.com A report reviewed this several others are cracked, summer to Lincoln City and
Storm damage is increasing the cost to repair the Taft Dock. split and missing boards.” while the tourist season is
It’s an icon that graces month by the Lincoln City The estimated $100,000 project cost has now swelled to healthy for the economy, it
Siletz Bay, but age and Parks Advisory Committee $200,000. See video of the storm damage to the Taft Dock at At one point this year, also presents a continuing
weather continue to take its shows mounting costs as- thenewsguard.com Bradley said the dock dam- challenge to law enforce-
toll on the Taft Dock. sociated with the long-term age became a safety issue ment.
repairs needed to keep the and the walking entrance
Lincoln City Public dock safe and sound. The to the dock was boarded off Lincoln City Police say
Works Director Lila Bradley estimated Taft Dock repair to stop visitors from using over the past year they have
said the dock is owned by cost at $100,000 has now the dock. It has since been faced four consistent traffic
the City of Lincoln City. Ac- swelled to $200,000. reopened to visitors. issues, including speeding,
cording to documents pro- driving uninsured, no driver
vided by the North Lincoln The report cites the 2016 Bradley said structural license, and driving while
County Historical Museum, storms, with heavy rains engineering firm Stricker suspended.
the structure was con- and pushing winds, which Engineering was contracted
structed in 1946, replacing increased damage to the by the city, at a cost of The citations for those
a previous fishing dock that dock. $2,000, to assess the dam- traffic violations range from
had been built in the early ages and B X Sexton Con- $110 to $435 and could in-
1920s. (Read more about “Driftwood broke one struction completed repairs clude impounding vehicles.
the history of the dock at large post completely
apart,” the report reads. See DOCK, Page A6 “We also deal with a lot of
“The four posts facing the distracted driving,” Lincoln
City Police Lt. Jerry Palmer
said. “Driving while using a
handheld device, such as a
cell phone, currently has a
$110 fine, but can result in
a reckless driving, vehicular
assault, recklessly endanger-
ing or other serious charges
if the driving warrants it,
or it is related to a traffic
crash. Distracted driving is
a leading cause of our traffic
But it’s not just distracted
driving that keeps the cops
busy in the summer in Lin-
coln City. Palmer said typical
traffic offenses throughout
See TRAFFIC, Page A6
VOL. 90 | NO. 22 August Shadow
Hospital, ambulance company prepare for eclipse
CASSIE RUUD on their services. capable with the estimated year. We are preparing well ing on previous experience
firstname.lastname@example.org “With the significant influx. in advance for a potential involving large-scale medical
influx of patients that could support due to a temporary
The August 21 total solar increase in vehicular and pe- “The staff at Samaritan strain our normal infrastruc- swell in population.
eclipse is estimated to bring destrian traffic, most of our North Lincoln Hospital is al- ture.”
thousands of extra visitors to major roads and side roads ready capable and comfort- “One idea is to push
Lincoln City and the central will be clogged,” he said. “We able with ramping up their Mathia said that Pacific medical support out into the
Oregon Coast. also expect a high volume of efforts during extremely West is preparing for the ex- community in order to limit
calls to come in during this busy times,” Ogden said. tra visitors by mandating all non-emergent care at the
However, medical issues, event based on the reported “Our hospital employees medical personnel to report hospital,” Ogden said. “An-
illness and emergencies may estimated transient popula- have the temperament to to work during the weekend other action may be to limit
come with them, in addi- tion increasing upwards of work exceptionally well to- of the eclipse. elective procedures and ap-
tion to the medical needs of 250,000 or more from rough- gether to provide care under pointments during the days
Lincoln City residents. ly 35,000 during a holiday pressure, whether it is in “There will be no vaca- before and after the eclipse.
weekend. Since we have not the emergency department tions or leave during this Samaritan North Lincoln
This can impact emer- experienced an event of this or our walk-in/urgent care event,” he said. “We are also Hospital staff has been asked
gency medical services such magnitude it will be tough to clinic on Highway 101 near bringing in ambulances and to limit requesting time
as Pacific West Ambulance judge the actual number of the center of town. That said, extra staff from our sur- off during the days before
and Samaritan North Lin- visitors.” we know that the number rounding family of compa- and after the eclipse so that
coln Hospital in their ability of visitors predicted for the nies; Medix Ambulance, Bay all collective hands will be
to respond to those in need. NLH CEO Lesley Ogden days before the eclipse are Cities Ambulance and Metro available to support walk-in/
said the hospital has expe- huge, and that the eclipse is West Ambulance.” urgent/emergency care.”
Pacific West Ambulance rience dealing with sea- coming during an already
general manager Jeff Mathia sonal fluctuations in visitor very busy tourist time of the Ogden said NLH and Both NLH and Pacific West
said that the company is es- population and the staff is other Samaritan Health
timating a significant impact Service locations are draw- See ECLIPSE, Page A6
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CASSIE RUUD Career Tech munication skills, depend- Taft teacher Julia West-
email@example.com Culinary instructor Kathy ability and professional brook took 10 students to
employee behaviors.” the Cook Around the World
Students in Lincoln City Deeds helped her five stu- (CATW) competition in
have been whipping up dents host a bake sale inside Deeds said she hopes her Florida—their third year of
something delicious over the McKay’s Markets next to City students take away new life participation.
past few weeks. Hall. skills and an increase in self-
confidence. “Cook Around the World
Career Tech Charter Cookies, fudge, brownies wasn’t always a competi-
and Taft 7-12 High School and much more was served, At the start of the school tion but recently started it as
instructors have engaged made by the Career Tech year, the Career Tech culi- such a year ago,” Westbrook
their students with the students. nary students worked with said. “We’ve been doing
public through cooking chefs from Otis Pizzeria to CATW for three years (every
competitions and bake sales “My students are learn- create their own pizza mas- other year) and students
to encourage experiential ing about safety, efficiency, terpieces. chose to compete with other
learning. proficiency and soft skills,” students from around the
Deeds said. “We’ve also been Taft 7-12
working on increasing com-
NEWS GUARD PHOTO/CASSIE RUUD
From left, Sydney White, a junior at Career Tech, and instructor
Kathy Deeds hosted a bake sale in McKay’s Markets.
Team members: Jason, Jeana and Christie country.” work they accomplished.”
Westbrook’s team was Westbrook said that
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Depoe Bay, Yaquina
JEREMY C. RUARK On Thursday, May 25,
firstname.lastname@example.org members of the Oregon
Depoe Bay city officials Congressional delegation NEWS GUARD PHOTO/JEREMY C. RUARK
say the city is facing an eco- announced that Depoe Bay
nomic emergency. is one of four small ports The U.S. Corp of Army Engineers hired a contractor for the dredging project at Depoe Bay Harbor in 2014.
in Oregon that will receive
Heavy spring and winter some federal funding for the the Army Corps to dedicate including this essential fund- businesses and agriculture ports in Oregon. Investments
rains have sent enormous needed dredging and main- additional funding for proj- ing in their Work Plan.” with international markets,” in marine infrastructure are
amounts of silt into the De- tenance. ects at Oregon’s small ports Rep. Susanne Bonamici said. important to growing our
poe Bay Harbor clogging the in their 2017 work plan. “Oregon’s ports are “I’m pleased to see that the economy in the Northwest,
water way during low tides. “Oregon’s small ports critical to economic devel- US Army Corps of Engineers and this is positive news for
The debris blocks vessels power our coastal economies “Oregon’s ports and opment and they serve as will be investing in small our region.”
from fueling up at the harbor by generating good-paying harbors are the lifeblood of a link to connect Oregon
fuel dock, which adversely jobs in commercial fish- the communities they serve.
impacts fishing, charter ing, recreation and much Thousands of Oregon jobs HELPING PEOPLE to HEAR BETTER
boats and other harbor more,” Sen. Ron Wyden said. are directly or indirectly tied
business, according to city “I’m glad to see the federal to cargo, recreation, indus- FREE Hearing Test
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importance of coastal com- tivity at Oregon’s ports,” Rep.
Loren Goddard, a Depoe munities by investing in our Peter DeFazio said. “These
Bay City Councilor and ports, which will now be able critical investments in dredg-
owner/operator of Dockside to complete crucial dredg-
Charters, believes the long- ing projects that keep these
term fix would be to dredge communities afloat.”
the entire harbor, which
likely could cost hundreds of The new funding for
thousands of dollars. small ports includes:
Depoe Bay Mayor Bar- • Coquille River (Bandon):
bara Leff said the long-term $467,000
solution of dredging the
entire harbor is critical to • Depoe Bay: $27,000
the economic well-being of • Rogue River (Gold
Depoe Bay. Beach): $800,000
• Yaquina Bay and Harbor
Depoe Bay has been (Newport): $893,000
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OPINIONS & VOICES
Disaster preps: The Bible version ONLINEPOLL
DAVE ROBINSON coat-of-many-colors guy), it because they had heeded the five were foolish.” The five money and some supplies. How do you deal with
News Guard Guest Columnist seems King Pharaoh had a warning and lay in supplies “preppers” were allowed ac- And also take a sword, if Lincoln City’s Summer
puzzling dream. The dream ahead of time. cess to the wedding and the you don’t have one, sell your traffic?
Sometimes around our was about seven fat cows other five were excluded. Al- coat and buy one.” It doesn’t
church, the topic of pre- and seven skinny cows with Then there is the Proverb though there are several take a master theologian to ❑ A Patience and
paredness comes up in the skinny cows eating up I have posted on my blog interpretations of that story, interpret or explain. courtesy
casual conversation. Among the fat cows. Joseph inter- that says, “A prudent person I’m sure there’s a lesson on
church folk, as in any other preted the dream to mean foresees danger and takes preparedness in there some- As always, if your inter- ❑ B Alternative
group, you will find a wide that there would be seven precautions. The simpleton where. If failure to prepare pretation of these passages routes
range of opinions. Some are years of agricultural and goes blindly on and suffers equates to foolishness, then of the Bible differs from
die-hard preppers planning economic plenty followed by the consequences.” Proverbs it would be wise to be ready. mine or you have a com- ❑ C Leave town for
for the worst and others are seven years of famine. The 22:3 (New Living Transla- ment or question you may summer
mixing faith with foolishness overall message was to stock tion) The message there is And finally, Jesus held a email me at disasterprep.
and believe somehow they up during the good years so that a fool gets warned and powwow with the disciples firstname.lastname@example.org. ❑ D It’s summer?!
will be miraculously protect- there would be no short- does nothing, while the wise the night he was arrest-
ed and provided for in the age when hard times came. person makes preparation ed. (Luke 22) In essence Dave Robinson is a retired Vote online at
event of a disaster. Consid- (Genesis 41) Sure enough, against dangers. He said, “Remember when postmaster and the author of thenewsguard.com
ering that, I researched the Joseph advised Pharaoh to I sent you out the last time, “Disaster Prep For The Rest
Bible and surprisingly I find stock up and when hard Consider now the story I told you not to take any Of Us,” available on Amazon. see how your
there are quite a few refer- times came, there was of the ten virgins in the New money or supplies?” They com, Barnes and Noble and opinion compares.
ences on the topic. plenty, not only for their Testament. (Matthew all nodded in agreement. He other online booksellers.
own country, but enough 25) They were waiting for a continued, “Now this time Last week results
Beginning with the story to share. But it was only wedding. Half were ready, when you go, make sure to
of Joseph in Genesis (the half were not. They are take your knapsack, your Should Lincoln City
described as “five were wise, ban plastic bags?
Teen driving safety Sheriff’s 51% Yes
The end of the school underage drinking and driv- using a cell phone while TipsHighway Safety 10% Iamaplasticbag
year is a celebratory time for ing, using illegal substances, driving, following the speed (IIHS), the risk
high school students. and contacting you for a ride limit and driving 2N2(R) - 2 WRITE TO US:
in situations involving drugs eyes on the road, 2 hands on of fatal crashes Curtis Landers Letters are limited to 250
Crashes are still the or alcohol. the wheel. words and will be edited for
leading cause of death for increases with Lincoln County Sheriff grammar and spelling and
teens, so we want to encour- • Offer options for rides - Teens may be edited to remove
age our young people to be If a group insists on traveling • Groom before you zoom each pas- errors, unsubstantiated or irre-
safe on the road and beyond together to prom and nu- sponsible allegations or clarity.
by making positive choices merous graduation parties, - Before it’s time to go, take senger. And if Behavior Survey found that Letters containing details
while driving. The tips talk to other parents about one last look in the mirror riding with friends, remind among high school students presented as facts rather than
below come from the State hiring a limo. That way no and make sure you’re look- them to put their phones during the 30 days prior to opinion must include sources.
Farm Teen(R) Driver Safety one gets behind the wheel. ing good so nothing takes away and turn the music the survey: Letters not following this
website. If it’s not in the budget, offer your focus off the road while down. policy will not be published.
to drive them yourself, or driving. All submissions must include
Parents research other public trans- • Drive Sober - Drinking • 33 percent drank some full name, local street address
• Connect with other par- portation options in your • Get your beauty rest - before the age of 21 is illegal, amount of alcohol. and phone number.
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ents - Talk directly with any early morning, make sure should never mix no mat- • 18 percent binge drank. e-mailed to newsguardeditor@
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parties that your teen will at- to you - Plan your own, ing up to the big day; or ask using drugs and other illegal drinking alcohol. submitting a letter, writers also
tend since some parents may adult-supervised, drug/ your parents to pick you up substances as well. • 20 percent rode with a grant permission for them to
allow underage drinking. alcohol free after-party at so you and your friends don’t driver who had been drink- be posted online. Opinions
your house, school or local have to drive while tired. • Seatbelts are the perfect ing alcohol. expressed on this page are
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The police blotter relates 8:53 p.m. DUII, warrant chasing vehicles. George A. and released for criminal 1:04 a.m. DUII, NW 44th Periodicals Postage paid at
the public record of incidents service, SE Mast, 2nd Place. Sweeney, born 11/11/64, was mischief. Street. Dustin R. Billings born Lincoln City, OR 97367 and at
as reported by the Lincoln Damien Alexander Stone, arrested and transported to 8/28/80, was arrested for DUII additional mailing ofﬁces.
City Police, Lincoln County born 5/25/70, was arrested for the Lincoln County Jail. SATURDAY, MAY 27 and released from the Lincoln © 2017 The News Guard.
Sheriff, and Oregon State Po- DUII, also charged on Oregon City Police Department.
lice. All individuals arrested or state parole and probation 9 a.m. Extra patrol request, 1:03 a.m. DUII, NW 16th 2014 Small Business
charged with a crime are pre- warrant probation violation. 125 SE Mast Ave. Caller’s wife Street and Harbor Ave. Tara 2:34 a.m. Theft, 1410 SE of the year
sumed innocent until proven was awakened by a knock Reve Lagesse, born 5/6/84 was Highway 101 Shell. Caller
guilty. Information printed WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 after midnight, subject outside arrested and released for DUII. reported a suspicious vehicle Joe Warren
is preliminary and subject to identified self as ‘police’. a black Nissan Pathfinder with Publisher
change. 11:21 a.m. Theft, 2781 SW Caller’s wife could not see a 4:05 p.m. AOA, Warrant ar- no plates and a temporary
Coast Ave. Caller reported patrol car and could not tell rest, 95 SW Highway 101. Traf- sticker in the back window Jeremy Ruark
LINCOLN CITY POLICE theft of a fountain from his if the subject was in uniform fic stop initiated at D River for drove off with $51 worth of Executive Editor
DEPARTMENT front lawn. or not. She did not answer the a vehicle with no plates and gas, northbound on Highway
door. Was advised to call 911 expired temporary tag. A felo- 101. Cassie Ruud
MONDAY, MAY 22 12:21 p.m. Burglary, 842 to confirm next time. ny warrant was confirmed for Reporter
SW Bard Road. Property man- Paul Michel Davidson, born, 7:06 p.m. Burglary, 3788
7:40 a.m. Burglary, 3784 ager reported residence was 3:13 p.m. Motor vehicle 5/1/79 out of Soda Springs, SE High School Drive. Caller Tiffany Arns
SE High School Drive. Caller broken into and $600 worth of accident, vehicle vs. pedes- Idaho for vehicle theft, grand reported theft of tools and Advertising
reported finding his business tools was taken. trian, NW Logan Road. Several theft by possession of stolen miscellaneous items from the
broken into, many things callers reported a female hit by property and felony trans- shed. Tina Bauer
stolen, office ransacked. 6:21 p.m. AOA, NW 39th a vehicle near McDonald’s. ferring of a stolen vehicle. Legals/Office Manager
Street, beach access. Caller re- Davidson was transported to 9:48 p.m. Found property,
10:13 a.m. Burglary, 5215 ported subjects racing up and 4:47 p.m. Domestic dis- the Lincoln County Jail. 4009 SW Highway 101. Caller Janelle Tate
NW Jetty Ave. Caller reported down the beach on a scooter. turbance, 2705 NW Jetty Ave. at the Wycliff Condominiums Creative Director
vacation rental broken into The subjects were later located Caller reported her husband 11:24 p.m. DUII, NW 21st reported seeing flares set off
and items stolen. at Chinook Winds Casino poured gasoline all over inside Street, Jetty Ave. Ruce A. Wolf, from the beach just north of Vol. 90 No. 22
beach access ramp. Both their house, was intoxicated born 12/17/57, was arrested location. Officers responded USPS 388-100
9:50 p.m. DUII, Arrest war- returned with misdemeanor on methamphetamine and for DUII and released from the and found flare gun and case
rant, SE 51st Street. Traffic stop warrants out of Marion causing a verbal disturbance. Lincoln City Police Depart- on the beach at Inn at Span- Published Weekly by
initiated, driver found to have County. The female subject Male subject transported to ment. ish Head. Property taken for Country Media Inc.
outstanding misdemeanor left the area on foot, Charles North Lincoln Hospital. safekeeping. 1818 NE 21st Street
warrant for failure to appear R. McNeil, born 4/18/61 was SUNDAY, MAY 28 Lincoln City, Oregon
and driving under the influ- arrested and taken to the 7:16 p.m. Animal, 1635 See more of the police blot-
ence. Field sobriety tests were Lincoln County Jail. NW Harbor Ave, Coho Inn. ter at TheNewsGuard.com 97367-0848
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vehicle near location. Joshua property. Jacob Ryan McBain 11:15 a.m. Burglary, 3855 100 workforce apartments to help some of the 400 home-
E. Brown, born 3/29/84, was Birdwell, born 9/12/90 was NW Jetty Ave. Caller reported less kids and their families in Lincoln City.
arrested for DCS, PCS and P.O. arrested on a Clackamas vacation rental broken into,
detainer and transported to County warrant for failure to with TV, linens and household Someone from the URA should go to an assembly at
the Lincoln County Jail. appear on contempt of court items taken and the hot tub Taft Elementary and one at Taft High School and explain
and transported to the Lincoln accessed. why the URA chose to take down a few poles in a small
6:30 p.m. Probation viola- County Jail. section of Lincoln City instead of building homes for
tion, 1114 NE Highway 101. 9:45 p.m. Criminal mis- them and their families.
Cameron J. Thibault, born 2:40 a.m. Trespass, 1643 chief, Taco Bell. Employee
12/4/92 was arrested for a NW Highway 101. Caller reported a customer threw a Jo Calk
probation violation after a reported an intoxicated male card rack against the employ- Lincoln City
report of a male fighting with refusing to leave the bar and ee after being told not to reach
a female, and was transported later the same male was re- behind the counter. Subject
to the Lincoln County Jail. ported running into traffic and was located at the NW 15th
Street Beach Access. Travis Ray
Fox, born 6/4/95 was arrested
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District names new police
school resource officer
At Taft Elementary School, COURTESY PHOTO
students had a welcome/thank you
poster ready for Smith. When staff At the check presentation are from left to right, Leslie James, foundation development spe-
saw him walk into the building, they cialist; Celeste O’Brien, volunteer services coordinator; Bettye Ruth Gamester, auxiliary past
quickly snapped a group picture president; Ruth Green, auxiliary president; and Dr. Lesley Ogden, hospital CEO.
$50,000 donated for new hospital
According to Graves, school
resource officers play a very impor-
tant role in Lincoln County’s schools.
They proactively promote school
safety and support student success
• Education: Educating students
and staff on issues today’s youth
COURTESY PHOTO struggle with;
Lincoln City Police Department School Resource Ofﬁce • Building Relationships: Devel-
Logan Smith receives student-made posters welcoming oping positive and trusting relation-
ships with students and staff; and by
him to Taft Elementary School.
• Supporting Administrators: Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital Auxil- “Our auxiliary was organized on March
iary celebrated the “50 + 1” anniversary of its 29, 1966, and its members helped to lay the
Lincoln County School District has an- Assisting school principals with law founding by presenting a $50,000 check to the groundwork of widespread community sup-
nounced that Lincoln City Police Officer enforcement related matters at school. North Lincoln Hospital Foundation. port for a hospital in Lincoln City,” O’Brien
said. “Since this group was instrumental in the
Logan Smith will become the new Lincoln City “We are grateful for Lincoln City Police The funds will help to purchase furnish- opening of the original North Lincoln Hospital
School Resource Officer. Department’s dedication to our Lincoln City ings for the new hospital building, which is in 1968, we are so pleased to contribute to the
Schools.,” Graves said. “Their generous and scheduled to open in mid- to late 2019. creation of our newest hospital building.”
Smith graduated from Taft High School purposeful investment in the students of our
and has been with the Lincoln City Police community over the last 17 years, through our “The auxiliary is a jewel of positive energy These dedicated volunteers raise funds to
Department for the last seven years. previous School Resource Officer Oscar Es- and support for our hospital, and the magni- purchase minor equipment and supplies, to
calante and the many other fine officers who tude of this gift is tremendous,” North Lincoln provide health care education scholarships
LCSD Safety Coordinator Sue Graves spent support our schools has positively affected the Hospital Foundation Executive Director Mark and to support hospital programs. Funds are
a morning with Smith last week, providing lives of many children, and helped to build Bauer said. “This gives great momentum to raised through a variety of regular sales events
him with a tour of each Lincoln City school safer school environments.” our foundation as it seeks to increase funding and through proceeds from the hospital’s gift
and reviewing LCSD school safety procedures. for health care services, people and programs shop.
Smith replaces Escalante who has been to benefit all of north Lincoln County.”
“Students at Oceanlake Elementary School promoted at the Lincoln City Police Depart- O’Brien added that the auxiliary could not
were all eyes on Officer Smith as we walked ment. Since its origin in 1966, the auxiliary has be successful without strong support from
down the hall,” Graves said. “I heard sponta- grown and thrived, always with the goal of hospital employees and community members.
neous questions and responses like: ‘Are you Smith is now in the schools part-time for assisting the hospital in providing quality,
a police officer?’ ‘Do you work at the court- the remainder of this school year and assumes compassionate care to patients and their Read the latest exclusive update about the
house?’ ‘Police officers are cool!’ ‘I want to be a his full time duty starting with the coming families, said Celeste O’Brien, volunteer ser- proposed new hospital at thenewsguard.com.
police officer when I grow up.’ I heard that last school year in September. vices coordinator.
statement several times. The students seemed
awestruck by him. It was adorable.”
ARTS & fish for fish, crab and clam Join with others in these Snug Harbor Bar and Grill. p.m. every Monday and third free and parking is available
ACTIVITIES without a license June 3 and popular and freewheeling Call 541-996-4976. Saturday, at the library, 801 across the street. Call Anne
4. All fishing regulations still discussions on the big ques- SW Highway 101. Proceeds Hall at 541-996-6614.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1 apply. Free park admission, tions that are relevant to our Berkley Hart, 7 p.m., $20 fund library programs. Call
free camping for Saturday lives. 1760 NW 25th St. 541- at the Lincoln City Cultural 541-557-9400 or go to drift- Beachtown Toastmas-
Crabbing Clinic, 12:15 night (regular campsites only 994-2378. Center. Enjoy the Americana woodpubliclib.org. ters, learn stellar public
p.m., SW 51st Street pavilion based on availability). acoustic duo of Jeff Berkley speaking every 2nd and 4th
in Taft. Join a brief orienta- MUSIC & and Calman Hart for an Sitka Center, ongo- Tuesday of the month at
tion followed by crabbing SUNDAY, JUNE 4 ENTERTAINMENT evening of down home hu- ing workshop programs. noon in the Fisher Room at
on the Siletz Bay. Visit www. mor, stunning harmony and Visit www.sitkacenter.org or Driftwood Public Library.
oregoncoast.org or call 800- State Parks Day/Free SUNDAY, JUNE 2 original songwriting. Call call 541-994-5485.
452-2151. Fishing Weekend, Oregon 541-994-9994. Lincoln City Farmer’s
residents and visitors can Triple Edge, 8 p.m. to 12 Taking Care of Business, and Crafter’s Market, 9 a.m.
Mingle and Muse, 4:30 fish for fish, crab and clam a.m. at Chinook’s Seafood CIVIC MEETINGS Early Ventures from noon to to 3 p.m. Sunday on the lawn
p.m., free, at the Sitka Center without a license June 3 and Grill Lounge. Classic rock 5 p.m., Wednesday through of the Lincoln City Cultural
for Art & Ecology. Join Shea 4. All fishing regulations still with no cover charge. Visit TUESDAY, JUNE 6 Saturday, through Decem- Center. Shop for handmade
Steingass and learn about apply. Free park admission, www.chinookwindscasino. ber 15 at the North Lincoln and homegrown items in the
her harbor seal research pre- free camping for Saturday com or call 888-CHINOOK. Planning Commission, County Historical Museum, sunshine. Call 541-921-0062
sentation. Call 541-994-5485. night (regular campsites only 6 p.m. regular meeting. City 4907 SW Highway 101, or visit www.lincolncityfarm-
based on availability). Hippie Love Slave, 9 p.m. Council Chambers, 3rd floor Lincoln City. Admission is ersmarket.org.
Gleneden Harvest Mar- at Rusty Truck Brewery. Call of City Hall. 801 SW Highway
ket, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Painting a Mandala 541-994-7729. 101.
Side Door Café in Gleneden Stone, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at
Beach. Peruse handmade the Artist’s Studio Associa- SATURDAY, JUNE 3 ONGOING
crafts and fresh produce. tion, 620 Hwy 101. $20. With EVENTS
paint, tools and a rock, cre- Triple Edge, 8 p.m. to 12
FRIDAY, JUNE 2 ate a beautiful piece of art. a.m. at Chinook’s Seafood Lincoln City Commu-
No experience needed. Call Grill Lounge. Classic rock nity Center: Cribbage Club,
Clamming Clinic, 1:15 541-264-9222. with no cover charge. Visit 5 p.m. Wednesdays; doors
p.m., free. Lecture begins at www.chinookwindscasino. open, 5 p.m. Call 541-574-
the Driftwood Public Library, Gleneden Beach Com- com or call 888-CHINOOK. 7668. Senior Center, variety
followed by a trip to Siletz munity Breakfast, 8 a.m. $6 of events. Call 541-557-1588;
Bay to dig clams. Visit www. to $3 at the Gleneden Beach Blue Evolution, 9 p.m. at Knitting classes, 1 to 2 p.m.
oregoncoast.org or call 800- Community Club, 110 Azalea Snug Harbor Bar and Grill. Tuesday. Call 541-994-2722.
452-2151. St. Enjoy sausage, ham, Call 541-996-4976.
orange juice, eggs and all the American Made Glass
SATURDAY, JUNE 3 pancakes you can eat. Harvest Gold in Neil Fishing Float Exhibit, North
Young Tribute, 6 p.m. to 8 Lincoln Historical Museum,
Survivor Auditions, 10 TUESDAY, JUNE 6 p.m., $10 in advance, $20 4907 SW Highway 101, Lin-
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Chinook at the door at Lincoln City coln City. Collection donated
Winds Casino Resort. Audi- Morning Matinee: Hol- Cultural Center. Enjoy hit by Dr. Nick Simpson. Free,
tion for the open casting call low Triumph, 11 a.m., $2, songs from Neil’s incredible sponsored by Lincoln City
for the hit CBS show Survi- Bijou Theatre. Enjoy the 1948 50-year career. Call 541-994- Visitors and Convention
vor. For eligibility require- classic featuring Paul Hen- 9994 or visit harvestgoldny. Bureau.
ments, visit chinookwind- reid and Joan Bennett, about com.
scasino.com/promotion/ new identity with ironic Healthy Weighs, weight
survivor-auditions. results. Call 541-994-8255. Jim Mesi Band, 9 p.m. support group, 5:15 p.m.
at Rusty Truck Brewery. Call every Monday, Lincoln City
State Parks Day/Free THURSDAYS, JUNE 9-30 541-994-7729. Cultural Center, 540 NE
Fishing Weekend, Oregon Highway 101. Free.
residents and visitors can Socrates Café, 10 a.m. at SUNDAY, JUNE 4
the Congregational Church. Friends of Driftwood Li-
Steve Sloan, 8:30 p.m. at brary Book Sale, 10 a.m. to 2
Brent Ricks DPM Se Habla Español
Bayshore Medical—Lincoln City welcomes
Brent Ricks, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
(DPM). Dr. Ricks specializes in medical
treatment of the foot and ankle.
Your feet are an important part of
maintaining your lifestyle. Dr. Ricks’ goal is
to help you overcome any difficulties with
your feet so you can get back to enjoying
life as soon as possible.
Dr. Ricks sees patients in Lincoln City, Pacific
City (appointments starting at 7 a.m. in PC)
and Tillamook. Same day appointments are
For an appointment, call (541) 614-0482.
Medical Group Bayshore Medical—Lincoln City
1105 SE Jetty Avenue, Lincoln City
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May 31, 2017 The News Guard A7
County jobless rate
slowly improving Lincoln City Outlets
Lincoln County’s job base is stabiliz- The private sector employment increased
ing and improving slowly, according to the by 280 jobs, and government employment Whether hoping to find a fresh start, a Momiji, Nike, Old Navy, Oshkosh, Perfu-
Oregon Employment Department. inched up by 10. Leisure and hospitality better job, or a new career direction, job mania, The North Face, Torrid and Under
added 190 jobs, and food manufacturing seekers will find a wealth of exciting oppor- Armour. Career seekers encouraged to dress
The report says in April, the county’s added 30 jobs. Other industries had smaller tunities at Lincoln City Outlets free job fair, professional and bring several copies of
seasonally adjusted unemployment rate changes. according to orgnizers. your resume.
reached 4.2 percent, essentially the same as
the February rate of 4.4 percent. April’s total nonfarm employment was Over 18 of Lincoln City Outlets brand Lincoln City Outlets features over 55
560 more than one year before, a growth names and designer outlet retailers are brand name and designer outlet stores and
The April figure is lower than the 5.8 rate of 3.2 percent. The private sector added seeking full and part-time team members to is conveniently located on Coast Highway
percent of April of 2016. It is higher than the 310 jobs, and government employment hire for immediate openings. 101 in the heart of Lincoln City, Oregon.
statewide rate of 3.7 percent, but the same rose by 250. Industries adding the most
as the national rate of 4.4 percent. jobs over the year were leisure and hospi- Apply and interview with the follow- For more information, call 541.996-5000,
tality, adding 140 positions and educational ing: ASICS, Chico’s, Eddie Bauer, Famous or visit Lincolncityoutlets.com or Facebook.
Seasonally adjusted nonfarm payroll and health services with 60 added jobs. Footwear, Hanesbrands, Harry & David, com/lincolncityoutlets
employment fell by 30 in April to 18,530 Local government, including education and Lane Bryant, Levi’s, Maidenform, Maurices,
jobs. Seasonally adjusted figures compare tribal, added 260 jobs over the year.
expected changes with actual changes.
A gain of 320 jobs was expected for the
month, but the county added only 290 jobs.
Project launched to additional boost to their food the program, state parameters AT THE LIBRARY
feed local children budget,” Baldwin added, not- for our district require send-
ing that the district also assists ing cards to all families and Reading Club begins with
Every family with a child Because of the high num- families during the school year through that approach, we are
attending public school in ber of low-income children by serving 300,000 breakfasts able to get this assistance into free movie screening
Lincoln County will receive in the Lincoln County School and 520,000 lunches, as well as the hands of those who need
an Electronic Benefits card in District (LCSD), the State 28,000 dinners at after-school it most.” Lincoln City’s Driftwood Public Library will launch
June. determined that all children locations – all at no cost to its Summer Reading Club Family Nights with a free
within the district are eligible students. After the one-time activa- screening of the 2017 live action Disney movie ‘Beauty
The card is part of a for this program, which is tion, funds become available and the Beast.’ The screening will take place at 6 p.m.
demonstration study aimed at designed to address any gaps Participation in the SEBTC to families on the following on Wednesday, June 14 in the library’s Reading Room.
providing food assistance to for those students unable to program is optional. Although timetable: $21 on June 10, $30
children during the summer participate in free summer all families with a school-aged on July 1, and $35 on Aug. 1. The movie will be starting a half hour before all
months. meal programs. child will receive an Electronic Families with more than one other family night programs. Room is limited and seat-
Benefits card and are invited child will see those amounts ing will be strictly on a first-come-first-served basis.
Made in three install- “LCSD School Nutrition to participate, only those multiplied by the number of
ments, families will receive a Services provides summer who choose to activate it will school-aged children. Those Summer Reading Club sign-ups begin June 1 and
total of $86 loaded onto the meal sites throughout Lincoln receive the funds. Much like who have an existing Oregon continue at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday through August
card for food purchases as part County, but ours is a large credit card activation, the Trail card will see the funds 9. All ages can earn prizes as they read throughout the
of the U.S. Department of Ag- county with many rural areas receiving family will make a added to that account. summer months.
riculture’s Summer Electronic and that makes it difficult for simple phone call to activate
Benefits Transfer for Children many students and families the account. In those instanc- Officials project the The Driftwood Library is located on the second
(SEBTC) program. to take advantage of these es where a card is not activat- program could bring as much floor of Lincoln City City Hall, 801 SW Highway 101.
meals,” LCSD Business Ser- ed or monies not used by Sept. as $465,000 grocery dollars
Although SEBTC has been vices Director Julie Baldwin 5, 2017, funds will be retained into Lincoln County, helping The reading opportunity is made possible by
offered in many Oregon com- said. by the State of Oregon, accord- businesses as well as families. REFORMA, a national association to promote library
munities since 2011, this is the ing to program officials. Those funds are subject to the and information services to Latinos and the Spanish-
first time Lincoln County has Visit the district website same food-only restrictions as speaking community, by Allied Contigo, providing a
been included. According to at www.lincoln.k12.or.us for a “We are thankful as a dis- assistance programs offered connection to the constantly evolving U.S. Hispanic
USDA, nationwide expansion complete list of summer meal trict to have this opportunity through the Oregon Trail card. market, and by The Friends of Driftwood Public Li-
of the program in 2017 “would sites. to provide a benefit like this to brary.
result in thousands of children all students, but particularly to For more information
being spared from food inse- This summer program low-income families who are about SEBTC or other Lin- Questions about the screening may be directed to
curity over the next decade.” will provide families with “an especially challenged by sum- coln County School District Star Khan at Driftwood Public Library at 541-996-1255
mer food expenses,” Baldwin nutrition assistance programs, or email@example.com.
said. “While we know and re- contact Jamie Nicholson, LCSD
spect the fact that some fami- Child Nutrition Program Man-
lies may choose not to utilize ager, at 541-265-4420.
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PENN FINANCIAL, LLC therein; and prepayment the trustee. Notice is performance of which All persons whose rights Portfolio Recovery Claiming Any Right, COURT OF THE STATE
penalties/premiums, if is secured by the trust Title, Lien, or Interest OF OREGON
D/B/A SHELLPOINT applicable. further given that any deed, and the words may be affected by the Associates; Capital in the Real Property FOR THE COUNTY OF
By reason of said “trustee” and beneﬁciary” Commonly Known as LINCOLN\cs0
MORTGAGE default, the beneﬁciary person named in ORS include their respective proceedings may obtain One Bank; Capital 5806 NW Rhododendron N AT I O N S TA R
has declared all sums successors in interest, if St., Newport, Oregon MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A
SERVICING by owing on the obligation 86.778 has the right, at any. additional information One Auto Finance, 97365 defendant(s). CHAMPION MORGAGE
secured by said trust Robinson Tait, P.S. This is a public auction COMPANY,
assignment recorded deed immediately due any time that is not later 901 Fifth Avenue, Suite from court records, the Inc.; Occupants of the to the highest bidder Plaintiff,
and payable, said sums 400 for cash or cashier’s vs.
on October 24, 2016 in being the following, to than ﬁve days before the Seattle, WA 98164 personal representative, Property defendant(s). check, in hand. For more THE UNKNOWN HEIRS
wit: $60,597.55 with details go to http://www. AND DEVISEES OF
the records of Lincoln interest thereon at the date last set for the sale, or JAMES BRUCE, This is a public auction oregonsheriffssales.org/ ANNE L. SALMEN; THE
rate of 6.00000 percent county/lincoln/ UNKNOWN HEIRS AND
County, Oregon, as per annum beginning to have this foreclosure attorney for the personal to the highest bidder DEVISEES OF ROBERT
May 1, 2016; plus fees S. SALMEN; UNITED
Document No. 2016- and funds owed by proceeding dismissed representative. for cash or cashier’s STATES OF AMERICA;
borrower of $930.28; STATE OF OREGON;
10063, covering the plus other fees and and the trust deed CHRISTINE KING check, in hand. For more THE ROBAN TRUST
costs in the amount of DATED APRIL 15, 1992;
following described real $1,553.00; together with reinstated by payment Personal Representative details go to http://www. KATHLEEN BAGLEY;
title expense, costs,
property situated in said trustee’s fees and to the beneﬁciary of the JAMES BRUCE, OSB# oregonsheriffssales.org/
attorney’s fees incurred
county and state, to wit: herein by reason of entire amount then due 066315 county/lincoln/
said default; any further
THE FOLLOWING sums advanced by (other than such portion NG17-108 7420 SW Bridgeport
the beneﬁciary for the
DESCRIBED REAL protection of the above of the principle as would PUBLIC NOTICE Road, Suite 101
described property and
PROPERTY FREE OF its interest therein; and not then be due had no NOTICE TO Portland, OR 97224 NG17-105
prepayment penalties/ NOTICE OF PUBLIC
ENCUMBRANCES premiums, if applicable. default occurred) and by INTERESTED (503) 620-0114 AUCTION NG17-102
WHEREFORE, notice All-Safe Mini Storage
EXCEPT AS is hereby given that the curing any other default PERSONS of Attorneys for Personal 3338 NE Hwy 101 SUMMONS BY
undersigned trustee will Lincoln City, OR 97367
SPECIFICALLY SET on September 19, 2017, complained of herein LINCOLN COUNTY Representative June 3, 2017 @ 10 am PUBLICATION
at the hour of 09:00 AM, in Reid Wittern $170.00
FORTH HEREIN accord with the standard that is capable of being CIRCUIT COURT CASE NO. 15CV26378
of time established by
SITUATED IN LINCOLN ORS 187.110, at Lincoln cured by tendering the Probate Department IN THE CIRCUIT
County Courthouse Front
COUNTY, OREGON, Entrance, 225 West performance required No. 17PB03148 NG17-106
Olive Street, Newport,
TO-WIT: OR 97365, in the City under the obligation In the Matter of the NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S
of Newport, County of
THE NORTH 48 FEET Lincoln, State of Oregon, or trust deed, and in Estate of SALE #17-0720
sell at public auction
OF LOT 32, BLOCK 1, to the highest bidder addition to paying those ROBERT BRUCE On June 29, 2017, at
for cash the interest
FIRST ADDITION TO in the real property sums or tendering the MARKILLIE, Deceased the hour of 10:00 a.m., NG17-103
described above, which
YACHATS, IN THE CITY the grantor had or had performance necessary NOTICE IS HEREBY at the Lincoln County NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S
power to convey at the
OF YACHATS, COUNTY time of the execution to cure the default, by GIVEN that CHRISTINE Sheriff’s Ofﬁce, 225 W SALE #17-0679
by grantor of the trust
OF LINCOLN AND deed together with any paying all costs and KING has been appointed Olive St., Rm 203, in the On June 15, 2017, at
interest which the grantor
STATE OF OREGON. or grantor’s successors expenses actually personal representative City of Newport, Oregon, the hour of 10:00 a.m.,
in interest acquired after
PROPERTY ADDRESS: the execution of the incurred in enforcing the of the Estate of ROBERT the defendant’s interest at the Lincoln County Tillamook County/OSU Extension Office
trust deed, to satisfy the is accepting applications for a
245 Pontiac St, Yachats, foregoing obligations obligation and trust deed, BRUCE MARKILLIE, will be sold, subject to Sheriff’s Ofﬁce, 225 .95 FTE Educational Program Assistant 2
thereby secured and $16.68/hour, 38 hours/week
OR 97498 the costs and expenses together with trustee Deceased, by the Circuit redemption, in W Olive St., Rm 203, Closing Date: June 12, 2017 at 11:59 pm.
of the sale, including
There is a default by the reasonable charges by and attorney fees not Court of Oregon, Lincoln the real property in the City of Newport, Duties include: teaching nutrition, cooking and
food safety for low income families/individuals
grantor or other person exceeding the amounts County, Case No. commonly known as: Oregon, the defendant’s and working with communities and schools to
improve access to nutritious foods and physical
owing an obligation or provided by ORS 86.778. 17PB03148. All persons 6716 Harbor Avenue, interest will be sold, activity.
by their successor in Without limiting the having claims against Lincoln City, OR 97367. subject to redemption, For complete announcement including minimum
qualifications, special requirements/preferences
interest, the performance trustee’s disclaimer the estate are required The court case number in the real property & application materials visit web site https://
of which is secured of representations or to present them to the is 16CV10864, Federal commonly known as: (applications must be submitted online). For
more information contact the Tillamook County/
by said trust deed, or warranties, Oregon law personal representative National Mortgage 5806 NW Rhododendron OSU Extension Office, 503-842-3433.
by their successor in requires the trustee to at 7420 SW Bridgeport Association (“Fannie St., Newport, Oregon. OSU is an AA/EOE. This position is paid with
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-
interest, with respect to state in this notice that Road, Suite 101, Portland Mae”), a Corporation The court case number Education (SNAP-Ed) funds.
provisions therein which some residential property OR 97224, within four Organized and Existing is 16CV20215, Federal
authorize sale in the sold at a trustee’s months after the date of Under the Laws of the National Mortgage
event of default of such sale may have been ﬁrst publication of this United States of America, Association (“Fannie
provision. The default used in manufacturing notice or the claim may plaintiff(s) vs. Rosella Mae”), plaintiff(s) vs.
for which foreclosure is methamphetamines, the be barred. Watts; Catherine A. Pavlish,
made is grantors’ failure chemical components Individually and as
to pay when due the of which are known to Trustee of the I.G.M.
following sums: monthly be toxic. Prospective Trust, Dated August
payments in the total purchasers of residential 29, 2008; Gregory
amount of $7,491.58 property should be aware Carpenter as Trustee
beginning June 1, 2016 of this potential danger of the I.G.M. Trust
through May 19, 2017; before deciding to place 5IJSE4USFFUt5JMMBNPPL0SFHPO Dated August 29, 2008;
plus other fees and a bid for this property Institutional Planning and All Other Persons
and Research Analyst
costs in the amount of at the trustee’s sale In or Parties Unknown
$1,553.00; together with construing this notice,
Details and application at: http://tillamookbaycc.
title expense, costs, the singular includes the edu/tbcc-employment-opportunities/
trustee’s fees and plural, the word “grantor” Questions: Contact (503) 842-8222 ext. 1020 Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln
County Assistant ReStore Manager
attorney’s fees incurred includes any successor in TBCC is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
(Lincoln City AND Newport)
herein by reason of interest to the grantor as H43674
Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County two open-
said default; any further well as any other person ings for two full-time Asst. ReStore Managers posi-
tion to help manage the day to day operations of
sums advanced by owing an obligation, the the Habitat for Humanity Lincoln City ReStore and
the Newport ReStore. Position requires a minimum
the beneﬁciary for of 2 years of experience in retail sales and volunteer
management, public speaking, knowledge of build-
the protection of the ing materials, the ability to lift 35+ pounds, drive a
16 ft. box truck, have a valid driver’s license/current
above described real Habitat for Humanity of insurance, and to successfully pass a national crimi-
nal history check including fingerprinting. Position
property and its interest Lincoln County ReStore Cashier starts at $16.50 per hour. Please mail applications
and resumes postmarked no later than 06/10/17 to:
Sign On Local Driving Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County has an open-
Bonus Positions Open ing for a part-time ReStore Cashier position at the Lin- HFHLC
coln City ReStore for a Habitat for Humanity ReStore PO Box 1311
Accepting application for various re-sale operation. The position starts at $11.50 per Newport, Oregon 97365
hour, up to 25 hours per week. Shift is Wed-Sat from 1 Do not turn resumes into the HFHLC ReStore in Lincoln
driving positions. Great schedule, year-round work, full pm to 6 pm. Position requires customer service experi- City or Newport.
ence, the ability to lift 35+ pounds, and to successfully
benefit package and comparable wages. Must have CDL, clean pass a national criminal history check including fin-
gerprinting. Please download the HFHLC application
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Trust Deed, to satisfy plaintiff(s) vs. Alan ORS 86.752(7). Both the foregoing obligations letter is intended to THOMAS GRANT representative prior to the Lincoln County Road
the foregoing obligations Bequette; Midland beneﬁciary and the thereby secured and the exercise the note holders RYAN, Deceased. commencing with the Department Conference
thereby secured and Funding, LLC; Oregon trustee have elected to costs and expenses of right’s against the real No. 17PR02978 work. Room, 880 NE 7th
the costs and expenses Credit Collections sell the said real property sale, including a property only. As required NOTICE TO 6.) Contractor to include Street, Newport, Oregon
of sale, including a Bureau; And All Other to satisfy the obligations reasonable charge by by law, you are hereby INTERESTED T&M rates with the base 97365.
reasonable charge by the Persons or Parties secured by said trust the trustee. Notice is notiﬁed that a negative PERSONS NOTICE IS bid. Direct questions to:
Trustee. Notice is further Unknown Claiming deed and notice has further given that any credit report reﬂecting on HEREBY GIVEN that 7.) All steps to protect Jack Whaley, County
given that any person any Right, Title, Lien, been rec orded pursuant person named in Section your credit record may MARY ESSER has been pedestrians and vehicles Facilities Supervisor
named in Section 86.753 or Interest in the Real to Section 86.752 (3) of 86.778 of Oregon be submitted to a credit appointed Personal in the work area shall be Lincoln County Facilities,
of Oregon Revised Property Commonly Oregon Revised Revised Statutes has the report agency if you fail Representative of the taken to prevent possible 210 SW 2nd Street,
Statutes has the right Known as 376 SE Statutes. There is a right to have the to fulﬁll the terms of your Estate. All persons damage or injury as Newport, Oregon 97365
to have the foreclosure 116th St, South Beach, default by grantor or foreclosure proceeding credit obligations. having claims against a result of cleaning or 541-265-0101
proceeding dismissed OR 97366 defendant(s). other person owing an dismissed and the trust Without limiting the the Estate are hereby painting operations. No proposals shall be
and the Trust Deed This is a public auction obligation, performance deed reinstated by trustee’s disclaimer of required to present 8.) Courthouse/JAIL considered by Lincoln
reinstated by payment to the highest bidder for of which is secured by payment to the representations or their claims, with proper operations must continue County unless the
to the Beneﬁciary of the cash or cashier check, the trust deed, or by the beneﬁciary of the entire warranties, Oregon law vouchers, within four (4) throughout the entire proposal contains the
entire amount then due in hand. For more successor in interest, amount then due (other requires the trustee to months after the date of project. This includes statement that the
(other than such portion details go to http://www. with respect to provisions than such portion of said state in this notice that the ﬁrst publication of this access to parking lots provisions required by
of said principal as would oregonsheriffssales.org/ therein which authorize principal as would not some residential property notice, to the Personal and the building during ORS 279.350 concerning
not then be due had county/lincoln/ sale in the event of such then be due had no sold at a trustee’s sale Representative at the normal business hours, payment of the prevailing
no default occurred), provision. The default for default occurred), may have been used in address below, or the 7:30 A.M.- 5:30 P.M. The rate of wages shall be
together with the costs, which foreclosure is together with the costs, manufacturing claims may be barred. remainder of the site included in the contract.
Trustee’s or attorney’s NG17-059 made is grantor’s failure trustee’s and attorney’s methamphetamines, the All persons whose will be accessible at all No proposal shall be
fees and curing any TRUSTEE’S NOTICE to pay when due the fees and curing any other chemical components of rights may be affected times. considered by Lincoln
other default complained OF SALE T.S. No.: OR- following sum: TOTAL default complained of in which are known to be by the proceedings in 9.) Demolition/ County unless the Firm
of in the Notice of 1 6 - 7 5 11 7 5 - B B REQUIRED TO the Notice of Default by toxic. Prospective this Estate may obtain Construction debris is registered with the
Default by tendering the Reference is made to REINSTATE: $52,196.59 tendering the purchasers of residential additional information becomes the property of Construction Contractors
performance required that certain deed made TOTAL REQUIRED TO performance required property should be aware from the records of the the Contractor and must Board under ORS
under the obligation by, JOHN C. AMOS AND PAYOFF: $280,156.35 under the obligation or of this potential danger Court, the Personal be removed from the 701.055. Contractor
or Trust Deed, at any LISA M. AMOS, AS Because of interest, late trust deed, at any time before deciding to place Representative, or the work site and disposed of must also certify that
time prior to ﬁve days TENANTS BY THE charges, and other prior to ﬁve days before a bid for this property at attorney for the Personal at an approved disposal all subcontractors
before the date last set ENTIRETY as Grantor to charges that may vary the date last set for sale. the trustee’s sale. Representative. site. The sealed bid will performing work under
for sale. Without limiting WESTERN TITLE AND from day-to-day, the Other than as shown of NOTICE TO TENANTS: DATED and ﬁrst date of contain a single lump this contract will be
the Trustee’s disclaimer ESCROW COMPANY, amount due on the day record, neither the TENANTS OF THE published: May 17, 2017. sum cost containing all registered with the
of representations or as trustee, in favor of you pay may be greater. beneﬁciary nor the SUBJECT REAL Mary Esser, Personal engineering, materials, Construction Contractors
warranties, Oregon law BENEFICIAL OREGON It will be necessary for trustee has any actual PROPERTY HAVE Representative c/o construction, and any Board in accordance with
requires the Trustee to INC. , as Beneﬁciary, you to contact the notice of any person C E R TA I N KULLA, RONNAU, and all other associated ORS 701.035 through
state in this notice that dated 6/1/2007 , Trustee before the time having or claiming to PROTECTIONS SCHAUB & CHAMBERS, costs for the complete ORS 701.055 before
some residential property recorded 6/5/2007 , in you tender reinstatement have any lien upon or AFFFORDED TO THEM P.C. SCOTT J. SCHAUB, installation. Estimated the subcontractors
sold at a Trustee’s ofﬁcial records of or the payoff amount so interest in the real UNDER ORS 86.782 OSB #893572 cost range $50,000- commence work.
sale may have been LINCOLN County, that you may be advised property hereinabove AND POSSIBLY UNDER 2210 NE 22nd St., $80,000 Work will begin OREGON
used in manufacturing Oregon in book/reel/ of the exact amount you described subsequent to FEDERAL LAW. Lincoln City, OR 97367 July 2017 as weather PREFERENCE -
methamphetamines, the volume No. and/or as will be required to pay. By the interest of the trustee ATTACHED TO THIS ATTORNEY FOR permits Completion time Preference to goods or
chemical components fee/file/instrument/ reason of the default, the in the trust deed, or of NOTICE OF SALE, AND PERSONAL for all work will be agreed services that have been
of which are known to microﬁlm / reception be neﬁciary has declared any successor in interest I N C O R P O R AT E D REPRESENTATIVE: upon by all parties. There manufactured in this
be toxic. Prospective number 200708120 and all sums owing on the to grantor or of any HEREIN, IS A NOTICE SCOTT J. SCHAUB, will be a Manditory site state shall be given in
purchasers of residential subsequently assigned obligation secured by the lessee or other person in TO TENANTS THAT OSB #893572 visit on Wednesday June accordance with ORS
property should be aware or transferred by trust deed immediately possession of or SETS FORTH SOME OF KULLA, RONNAU, 7th 2017 at 0900 am 279.021 (1) and (2), and
of this potential danger operation of law to U.S. due and payable, those occupying the property, THE PROTECTIONS SCHAUB & CHAMBERS, Jail Entrance reciprocal preference
before deciding to place BANK TRUST, N.A., AS sums being the following, except: Name and Last THAT ARE AVAILABLE P.C. 251 West Olive St. requirements of ORS
a bid for this property TRUSTEE FOR LSF8 to- wit: The installments Known Address and TO A TENANT OF THE 2210 NE 22nd St., Newport, OR 97365 279.029 (2) and (3) shall
at the Trustee’s sale. In MASTER of principal and interest Nature of Right, Lien or SUBJECT REAL Lincoln City, OR 97367 Plans and Speciﬁcations apply to the award of bids.
construing this notice, PARTICIPATION TRUST which became due on Interest Lisa Amos 238 PROPERTY AND phone: (541) 996 2195 may be obtained at the Proposals must indicate
the masculine gender covering the following 12/6/2014, and all NE 56th St Newport, OR WHICH SETS FORTH fax: (541) 996-2770 ofﬁce of Lincoln County whether submitting ﬁrm
includes the feminine and described real property subsequent installments 97365 John Amos 238 C E R TA I N e-mail: krsc@ Road Department, 880 is an Oregon resident
the neuter, the singular situated in said County, of principal and interest NE 56th St Newport, OR REQUIRMENTS THAT embarqmail.com NE 7th St, Newport, ﬁrm. Each proposal
includes plural, the word and State, to-wit: APN: through the date of this 97365 Original Borrower MUST BE COMPLIED Oregon 97365 (ph: 541- must be individually
“Grantor” includes any R286183 10-11-29-BA- Notice, plus amounts For Sale Information WITH BY ANY TENANT 265-5747). There is a sealed and directed to
successor in interest 01902-00 A parcel of that are due for late Call: 916-939-0772 or IN ORDER TO OBTAIN NG17-110 non-refundable $20.00 Roy Kinion at the Ofﬁce
to the Grantor as well land in the Northwest charges, delinquent Login to: www. THE AFFORDED LINCOLN COUNTY charge for each hard of the Lincoln County
as any other persons quarter of Section 29, property taxes, insurance nationwideposting.com PROTECTION, AS PUBLIC WORKS copy set of plans and Road Department, 880
owing an obligation, Township 10 South, premiums, advances In construing this notice, REQUIRED UNDER DEPARTMENT speciﬁcations obtained NE 7th Street, Newport,
the performance of Range 11 West, made on senior liens, the singular includes the ORS 86.771 . QUALITY REQUEST FOR BIDS# from the Road Dept, Oregon 97365. Bids
which is secured by Willamette Meridian, in taxes and/or insurance, plural, the word “grantor” MAY BE CONSIDERED 8064 however, an electronic must be clearly marked
said Trust Deed, the Lincoln County, Oregon, trustee’s fees, and any includes any successor A DEBT COLLECTOR Recoating / painting of version of the plans “SEALED BIDS FOR
words “Trustee” and more particularly attorney fees and court in interest to this grantor ATTEMPTING TO the Lincoln County Jail. and speciﬁcations can LINCOLN COUNTY JAIL
“Beneﬁciary” includes described as follows: costs arising from or as well as any other COLLECT A DEBT AND Scope of Work be obtained from the EXTERIOR PAINTING. ”
their respective Beginning at a point associated with the person owing an ANY INFORMATION 1.) Paint 29,000 sf of County’s web site, http:// The Board of
successors in interest, if North 0¡09’ East 4285.62 beneﬁciaries efforts to obligation, the OBTAINED WILL BE the Lincoln County JAIL www.co.lincoln.or.us/ Commissioners reserves
any. Dated: April 5, 2017 feet from the one quarter protect and preserve its performance of which is USED FOR THAT EXTERIOR the colors publicworks at no charge. the right to reject any
By: Nathan F. Smith, corner between Sections security, all of which must secured by the trust PURPOSE. TS No: OR- and design as speciﬁed PLEASE NOTE: or all bids, to waive
Esq., OSB #120112 29 and 32, Township 10 be paid as a condition of deed, and the words 16-751175-BB Dated: in (Schedule A) Only those bidders who minor irregularities, and
Successor Trustee South, Range 11 West, reinstatement, including “trustee” and 3/8/2017 Quality Loan 2.) All permits, including a request to be added to award to the lowest
Malcolm & Cisneros, Willamette Meridian, in all sums that shall accrue “beneﬁciary” include their Service Corporation of City of Newport, Oregon to the County’s Plan responsible bidder.
A Law Corporation Lincoln County, Oregon; through reinstatement or respective successors in Washington, as Trustee Building Permit, will be Holders list will be directly DATED: May 18, 2017
Attention: Nathan F. thence West 398.33 feet; pay-off. Nothing in this interest, if any. Pursuant Signature By: ____ __ obtained by contactor. notiﬁed of addendums or LINCOLN COUNTY
Smith, Esq., OSB thence South 0¡09’ West notice shall be construed to Oregon Law, this sale Kristin McDonald, 3.) Work to include clariﬁcations that might PUBLIC WORKS
#120112 c/o TRUSTEE 130 feet; thence East as a waiver of any fees will not be deemed ﬁnal Assistant Secretary materials, equipment be issued. Addendums Roy Kinion
CORPS 17100 Gillette 107.50 feet to the true owing to the Beneﬁciary until the Trustee’s deed Trustee’s Mailing and labor to: Remove and clariﬁcations will be Public Works Director
Ave, Irvine, CA 92614 pint of beginning of the under the Deed of Trust has been issued by Address: Quality Loan all loose paint, cleaning posted to the County’s
949-252-8300 FOR following described pursuant to the terms of QUALITY LOAN Service Corp. of of all surfaces including web site and the Plan PUBLISHER’S NOTICE:
All real estate
SALE INFORMATION tract;thence South 0¡09’ the loan documents. SERVICE Washington C/O Quality window bars and frames Centers will be notiﬁed.
advertised herein is
PLEASE CALL: In Source West 100 feet; thence Whereof, notice hereby CORPORATION OF Loan Service Corporation by chemical and or It is the Bidder’s subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act, which
Logic at 702-659-7766 East 88.50 feet; thence is given that QUALITY WASHINGTON . If any 411 Ivy Street San Diego, power methods to meet sole responsibility
makes it illegal to
Website for Trustee’s North 0¡09’ East 100 LOAN SERVICE irregularities are CA 92101 Trustee’s product speciﬁcation to incorporate all advertise “any
Sale Information: www. feet; thence West 88.50 CORPORATION OF discovered within 10 Physical Address: as stated in (Schedule addendums into the ﬁnal preference, limitation,
insourcelogic.comISL feet to the true point of WASHINGTON, the days of the date of this Quality Loan Service B) and (Schedule C) in submitted bid. Signed
because of race, color,
Number 30786, Pub beginning. Commonly undersigned trustee will sale, the trustee will Corp. of Washington 108 bid booklet prior to and copies of the addendums religion, sex,
Dates: 05/17/2017, known as: 238 NE 56th on 7/20/2017 at the hour rescind the sale, return 1 st Ave South, Suite during application. and clariﬁcations must handicap, familial
status, or national
05/24/2017, 05/31/2017, St, Newport, OR 97365 of 10:00 AM , Standard of the buyer’s money and 202, Seattle, WA 98104 4.) Remove old caulking be attached to the bid origin, or intention
to make any such
06/07/2017, THE NEWS The undersigned hereby Time, as established by take further action as Toll Free: (866) 925-0241 from around windows, submittal at the time preference, limitation,
GUARD certiﬁes that based upon section 187.110, Oregon necessary. If the sale is IDSPub #0123907 doors and penetrations of the bid opening. We will not knowingly
accept any advertising
business records there Revised Statues, At the set aside for any reason, 5/10/2017 5/17/2017 where adhesion of Failure to include all for real estate which is
in violation of the law.
are no known written south entrance to the including if the Trustee is 5/24/2017 5/31/2017 old caulking has been posted addendums and/
All persons are hereby
NG17-093 assignments of the trust Lincoln County unable to convey title, compromised and re- or clariﬁcations will be informed that all
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S deed by the trustee or by Courthouse, located at the Purchaser at the sale NG17-104 caulk as manufacturer cause to reject the bid. dwellings advertised
are available on an
SALE #17-0676 the beneﬁciary and no 225 W Olive Street, shall be entitled only to a NOTICE TO speciﬁes in. (Schedule Bids will be accepted until equal opportunity
On June 8, 2017, at appointments of a Newport, OR 97365 return of the monies paid INTERESTED C) of bid booklet. 2:00 P.M. Thursday June basis.
the hour of 10:00 a.m., successor trustee have County o f LINCOLN , to the Trustee. This shall PERSONS IN THE 5.) Repair / ﬁlling of 22nd , and Disclosure of
at the Lincoln County been made, except as State of Oregon, sell at be the Purchaser’s sole CIRCUIT COURT concrete ﬂaws (rock First-Tier Subcontractors
Sheriff’s Ofﬁce, 225 W recorded in the records public auction to the and exclusive remedy. OF THE STATE OF pockets & air holes) shall forms will be accepted
Olive St., Rm 203, in the of the county or counties highest bidder for cash The purchaser shall have OREGON FOR THE be done on a T&M basis. until 4:00 P.M. Thursday
City of Newport, Oregon, in which the above the interest in the said no further recourse COUNTY OF LINCOLN Areas for this work will June 22nd. The bids
the defendant’interest described real property is described real property against the Trustor, the P R O B AT E be determined by the will be opened and
will be sold, subject to situated. Further, no which the grantor had or Trustee, the Beneﬁciary, DEPARTMENT In the contractor and reviewed publicly read at 2:00 P.M. L22388
redemption, in the action has been instituted had power to convey at the Beneﬁciary’s Agent, Matter of the Estate of by a Lincoln County Thursday June 22nd in
real property commonly to recover the debt, or the time of the execution or the Beneﬁciary’s
known as: 376 SE 116th any part thereof, now by him of the said trust Attorney. If you have !NOW IS THE Each office is independently
owned & operated
St, South Beach, OR remaining secured by the deed, together with any previously been TIME TO BUY
1815 NW HWY 101
97366. The court case trust deed, or, if such interest which the grantor discharged through Lincoln City
number is 150645, action has been or his successors in bankruptcy, you may (541) 994-7760
Citiﬁnancial Servicing instituted, such action interest acquired after have been released of www.coldwellbankerlincolncity.com
LLC, A Delaware Limited has been dismissed the execution of said personal liability for this
Liability Company, except as permitted by trust deed, to satisfy the loan in which case this
FORM NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING Price Reduced
LB-1 Home on larger lot
for RV or boat, bonus
A meeting of the North Lincoln Health District (governing body) will be held on June 15th, 2017 at 9:30 am at Samaritan North area in finished attic,
oversized carport, a lot
Lincoln Hospital in the Education Conference Room. The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the budget for the fiscal year of property under 100k.
beginning July 1, 2017, as approved by the North Lincoln Health District Budget Committee. A summary of the budget is presented
below. A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtained by appointment at the Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital HPEC Buiding.
This budget was prepared on a basis of accounting that is consistent with the basis of accounting used during the preceding SPACIOUS SINGLE LEVEL HOME! $429,500
Lake and Mountain view, 2 Master Bedrooms plus a guest
year. Major changes, if any, and their effect on the budget, are explained below. Ocean Peek View bathroom. Light and Bright with lots of Windows, Vaulted
County City Chairperson of Governing Body Telephone Number builder upgrades, quiet Ceiling and Wood ﬂoors.
neighborhood, open MLS# 17-1360 M-553
Lincoln Lincoln City Terry Buggenhagen 541-996-7169 custom kitchen, master
FINANCIAL SUMMARY suite, great floor plan. CRAFTSMAN STYLE HOME! $423,000
MLS#17-362 $429,500 5 Acres, Green Trees, Radiant Sunshine and a Peek of Devils
budget only has one fund TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS Adopted Budget Approved Budget Lake is what you’ll ﬁnd surrounding you in this home. 2,300+
This Year 2016-2017 Next Year 2017-2018 Sq. Ft. with Spacious Decks, Fenced Back Yard and plenty of
Anticipated 1. Total Personal Services…………………………………………. 1642125 1927000 Beautiful Ocean Views room for a Shop & Barn. MLS# 17-1386 E-110
2. Total Materials and Supplies …………………………………… 659875 499875 Vintage tri-plex,
3. Total Capital Outlay ……………………………………………..
4. Total Debt Service ……………………………………………… 0 0 good rental history,
large lot, plenty of
Requirements 5. Total Transfers …………………………………………………. parking, quiet street
above the crashing
6. Total Contingencies ……………………………………………. waves. MLS#17-1094
7. Total Reserves and Special Payments............... ……………. $298,876
Anticipated 8. Total Unappropriated Ending Fund Balance …………………. 2302000 2426875
Resources 9. Total Requirements - add Lines 1 through 8 ……………… 1015000 1101000
10. Total Resources Except Property Taxes ……………………. 1287000 1326000
11. Total Property Taxes Estimated to be Received …………… 2302000 2427000
12. Total Resources - add Lines 10 and 11 1287000 1326000
13. Total Property Taxes Estimated to be Received (line 11)
Estimated 14. Plus: Estimated Property Taxes Not To Be Received ……..
Ad Valorem A. Loss Due to Constitutional Limits ……………………… 50000
Property Taxes B. Discounts Allowed, Other Uncollected Amounts …….. 1287000
Rate or Amount
15. Total Tax Levied - add Lines 13 and 14 ………………….. 0.5184 1326000 3891 NW Hwy 101 541-994-9111 HISTORIC NYE BEACH! $225,500
Rate or Amount
Lincoln City 800-462-0197 This single family homes has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths.
Tax Levies 16. Permanent Rate Limit Levy (rate limit )…………… Lots of light both upstairs and down. Large lot with patio
17. Local Option Taxes…………………………………………… Website: www.realestatelincolncity.com and storage shed. Short walk to Ocean beaches.
18. Levy for Bonded Debt or Obligations……………………….. MLS# 17-1348 F-496
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New history marker at
Taft Pioneer Cemetery
NEWS GUARD PHOTO/CASSIE RUUD JEREMY C. RUARK displays numbered blocks tain this cemetery because
firstname.lastname@example.org and the numbers are on there is a lot of love and a
This hardy group spent time cleaning up Devils Lake Road in Lincoln City as part of the annual pages showing who’s buried passion for it,” she said. “We
Devils Lake Roadside Clean Up on Tuesday, May 16. Pictured are, left, Bill and Julie Sexton; Bill It took six years of pa- where at the cemetery. The have families here. It is im-
and Suzie Henderson, Kathy Kramer, Larry Rich and Kent Norris. tience, perseverance, and cemetery is located on a portant to remember each
donations, but on Sunday, bluff across from the Span- of the family members.”
Making a positive difference May 28, a new sign was ish Head Resort just east
erected at the Taft Pioneer off Highway 101 and offers Smith said there is still
Cemetery. a commending view of the room for others to be buried
Pacific Ocean. at the cemetery.
“This sign has is a map
with a list of names that Smith said the associa- Volunteer Jim Kingston,
shows people where their tion paid just over $3,000 for who has family members
loved ones will be at this the sign, which was con- buried at the cemetery, said
cemetery,” Taft Cemetery structed by a volunteer who the new sign is significant.
Association President Sheryl wants to remain unnamed.
Smith said. “We built this so “The significance to me
people won’t call me and ask The cemetery asso- is that the community needs
where their loved ones are ciation was incorporated in it for our history,” Kingston
buried here. It as simple as 1926. Smith said the cem- said. “I suppose I am part of
that.” etery has a local rich history the history, but more so, I
and tradition am just part of the commu-
Smith said the sign nity and I just want to make
“It is important to main- it better for the community.”
CASSIE RUUD started at 9 a.m. on May 16 and finished NEWS GUARD PHOTO/JEREMY C. RUARK
email@example.com at 12:30 p.m. and gathered 520 pounds of
trash. Jim Kingston, right, Sheryl Smith and Terry Kingston take a look at the new sign marking
A hardy group of local volunteers plan to gravesites at the Taft Pioneer Cemetery just before it was erected on Sunday, May 28. See
roll up their sleeves and pull on their gloves “Items collected included everything video of the project at the newsguard.com.
in July in a continuing clean up effort along from a broken statue to discarded cell-
East Devils Lake Road. phone,” Norris said. “Although the weather
started out with a heavy rain shower it
Despite the rain, then sun, then more ended in sunshine.”
rain, the dedicated folks took to East Devils
Lake Road on Tuesday, May 16, in an effort Reestablishing the Elks
to rid the road of debris and trash.
The committee to reestablish an Elks
The volunteers wore bright yellow vests Lodge in Lincoln City is holding two
to alert motorists that they were walking events in June to help in the effort.
alongside the roadway in the clean up ef-
fort. The first is a rummage sale from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 3 at the Odd Fel-
“This is our first road clean up, although lows and Rebeccas Lodge at 14th Street
we did a clean up of the lake last year the and Oar. The second event is a Father’s
morning after the Fourth of July fireworks Day barbecue at Wapiti Park from 10 a.m.
display,” said Devils Lake Water Improve- to 2 p.m. on June 18. Barbecue is avail-
ment District Chair Kent Norris, a member able by donation only. Bring your own
of the volunteers. “We plan on doing the liquid refreshments.
lake clean up again this year after the Inde-
pendence Day fireworks.” For more information, contact Carol
Hunter at 1-971-221-2890.
According to Norris, the group of seven
Alzheimer caregiver class Worship with us!
The Alzheimer’s Associa- visit www.alz.org/oregon. • Adult Bible Class 9:00 - 10:00 A.M. LINCOLN CITY
tion Oregon Chapter will be • Children’s Sunday School CHURCH OF
holding “Living with Alzheim- About the Alzheimer’s
er’s: For Caregivers - Late Association • Sunday Worship at 10:30 A.M. CHRIST
Stage,” a free class, from 12:30 Everyone is welcome!
to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 6. The Alzheimer’s Asso- Christ Centered, Bible Directed,
ciation is the leading volun- We have a bus! If you would Community Caring
The class will be held at tary health organization in like a ride to our worship
Samaritan North Lincoln Alzheimer’s care, support and service, please call the Sunday Bible Study 9:30 AM
Hospital, HPEC, 3011 NE 28th research. The association’s church at 541-994-8793. Sunday Worship 11 AM and 6 PM
St. In Lincoln City. mission is to eliminate Al- Tuesday Ladies Bible Study 10 AM
zheimer’s disease through the St. Peter the Fisherman Thursday Night Support Group 6 PM
In the late stage of Al- advancement of research; to Lutheran Church 2160 NE Quay Pl, Lincoln City, Or
zheimer’s disease, caregiving provide and enhance care and
typically involves new ways support for all affected; and S.W. 14th & Highway 101 t
of connecting and interacting to reduce the risk of dementia 541-994-8793 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lincolncitychurchofchrist.org
with the person with the dis- through the promotion of
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A14 The News Guard May 31, 2017
Skating legend rolls into Lincoln City NEWS GUARD PHOTO/CASSIE RUUD
CASSIE RUUD Hawk made time to talk to on “Saturdays”, Hawk works pleting the first documented Professional skate boarder
firstname.lastname@example.org fans and sign autographs. closely with his foundation, 900—a skateboarding move Tony Hawk stopped by the
the Tony Hawk Foundation, that results in a 900-degree Lincoln City Skate Park to
Lincoln City’s skate park “The video should debut which provides grants to aerial spin from the rider— shoot footage for his new
might be one of several in sometime in July,” Hawk low-income communities his works as professional video “Saturdays.” See video
Oregon featured in a new said. “We have been hitting to build safe skate parks skateboarder, actor and his of Hawk at the Lincoln City
sports video. around three skate parks a throughout the nation. licensed video game titles skate park at thenewsguard.
day.” published by Activision. com.
Professional skate board- To date, the THF has has received high ratings by
er Tony Hawk made a special Hawk said the Lincoln helped fund over 500 skate Hawk rolled into the Thrasher Magazine, a sports
stop at the Lincoln City Skate City Skate Park has good parks throughout the U.S., national skateboarding and skate board publication.
Park on Wednesday, May 24, variety and unique features. according to the foundation’s scene in the early 1980s
to film footage for his up- website. and continues professional The skate park is located
coming video “Saturdays.” “We wanted to have as skateboarding in addition at Kirtsis Park, NE 22nd Av-
much different terrain as we “We have been funding to supporting philanthropic enue and Reef St. in Lincoln
Hawk said he and his could in our video,” he said. skate parks for the past 14 projects. City.
team have visited several “It has good opportunity for years,” Hawk said. “It is some
parks in Oregon to gather different types of shots. We of the work I am most proud The Lincoln City Skate
footage for the video. As brought some of our best of.” Park was built in 1999 by
the shoot was wrapping up, riders with us.” Dreamland Skateparks and
Hawk is known for com-
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