Community Calendar for Friday September 7, 2018
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR Urbana “Toto” Ross
- This (9/7) morning from 9-9:30 there will be a final viewing at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Madras. The funeral Mass will begin at 10am.
- Burial will follow at the Agency Cemetery.
- A meal will be served after the burial at Urbana’s residence in Wolfe Point.
- WorkSource Oregon is holding more information sessions today for all workers affected by the Kah-Nee-Ta closure. There will be a session this morning at 10 at the Greeley Heights Community Building. Another session will be held at 2pm at the WorkSource Office next to DMV in Madras. There will also be a Job Fair at the Community Center on Monday September 10th from 10am – 3pm.
- Jefferson County Coffee Cuppers is being hosted by Edward Jones, located at 212 SW 4th Street in Madras this morning at 8.
- Here are some fitness activities happening today: Senior Fitness class is at 10:45 at the Senior Center, PiYo Class at 12:10 in Pod A at the Clinic and Functional Fitness Class at 12:10 in the Aerobics Room.
- There is a Behavior Health Walk-In Clinic today – appointments are available between 1 and 5pm. The Medical Social Workers at the clinic can help with screenings, assessments, crisis intervention and many other things for children, adolescents and adults.
- Madras High School Football plays at La Pine High School at 7:00 tonight
- The Jefferson County Library is having its Screen on the Green event this evening at Sahalee Park. Pre-show entertainment begins at 7:30 featuring “Twirl Girl” Angela Harris showing her hula hooping skills, and the audience will be invited to participate. The film will begin at 8 and they will show Ferdinand, rated PG. Madras Bowl will sell drinks and candy. You should bring your own chairs and blankets. The film is free to watch.
- Metolius is having it’s annual “Spike and Rail Day” event tomorrow. It will kick off with a parade through Metolius at 11am. There will be games and activities at the City Park starting at noon. Concessions of food, gifts, and displays will be offered throughout the day. There will also be an old-fashion auction. Auction items can be viewed starting at noon and the auction begins at 3:00. Children 12 and under can eat lunch for free. A free concert wraps up the event starting at 5:00 pm featuring the group “Countryfied.”
The Madras White Buffalo Football Program is selling apples as a team fundraiser. The apples are grown in St. Paul, Oregon by Ernst Family Farms. They are selling 18-20 lb. boxes and you can talk to one of the players or coaches Butch David or Kurt Taylor to purchase.
The next Pathways Home: Native Homeownership Course will begin October 9th. Classes will be Tuesday evenings from 5:30-7:30 at the Tribal Credit Enterprise. To sign up call 553-3148. This course is required for anyone in the Community Action Team’s IDA Program for home ownership.
The Latino Community Association is putting on the Latino Fest Saturday September 15 from 10am to 6pm at Sahalee Park in Madras. It is a community celebration honoring the heritages of our Latino friends and neighbors with music, dance, food, education, and community resources and kids activities. It is free and open to people of all ages.