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G iiiiil I N()W SH()WING Cheryl Schweizer photo A quilt that promotes breasffeeding will be on display st Okanogan Douglas Hospital for the next four months. displayed promote breastfeeding " A quilt made to promote the Kameding, the group's facilitator. A waterbottle, informationaboutbreast breasffeeding option for women will traveling exhibit, it will be on display pumps, educational materials and be on display for about four months at at all three hospitals in Okanogan resouroes.Thecoalitionmembershope Okanogan Douglas Hospital. County during the year. . to keep donating them to hospitals The individual quilt blocks were The Okanogan County after this supply is gone; they hopo to made by .members of the group BreasffeedingCoaliti0nalsodonated replace similar bags provided by ,'Mothering ThroughBreastfeeding," diaper bags with accessories to make companies that make formula, which was formed to promote it easier for nursing mothers. The Kamerlingsaid. Theywanttoprovide bteastfeedingfornewmoms.Thequllt eoalitionreceiveda$2,000grantfxom a permanent supply of the bags, blocks depict "one thing that made the Greater Wenatchee Foundation "promotingbreasffeedinginapositive mothering special to us," said Robin to.make the hags. They include a way," she said. RIO THEATRE 689-1141}4 Brewster church presenting seminar The Reverend Mike Unverzagt, Unverzagt "talks about the gift will present a seminar, "Healing and ministry of healing, how we Encounters," tonight, Friday and are healed and how we can be used Saturday nights, March 22, 23 and in the ministry of healing," said 124 at the Brewster Assembly of Jason Beckman, thechurch'spastor. God Church. People can attend any session, but Theseminarwillbeheldfrom6:30 it is most effective if they attend to9:30p.m.eachnight,andUnverzagt allthree, Beckman said. The seminars will be the featured speaker during areofferedfreeofcharge.Beckman the Sunday morning service, which said a free-will offering will be begins at 10:30 a.m. taken. Brewster Senior Menu Members and friends if your birthday is on or near the day of serving (lunch) you get to be first in line. March 22 thru March 29 Thursday, March 22 - Sloppy Joe's on a bun, Jo Jo potatoes, cole slaw, and cherry crisp. Monday, March 26 - Spaghetti w~ meat. com. green salad, garlic bread, jello w/topping. Tuesday, March 27 - Baked BBQ chicken, carrots, potato salad, rolls, and cake. -Thursday, March 29 - Teriyaki drum sticks w/rice, oriental vegetables, perfection salad, cookies. Lunch is served in the Center on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and is open to anyone over age 60, member or not. Individuals under the age of 60 can also eat (would be helpful if they called in first) for the price of $5.50. Pinochle Fourteen players turned out for the March 16 card party at the Center. High, Opal Zwicker;, low, DottieFinch; traveler, Helen Carmen; door prize, Ila Renner and round robin, Barb Eisner. Mansfield Senior Menu Friday, March 23 - Baked ham, glazed carrots, pea salad, macaroni & cheese, strawberry short cake. Tuesday, March 27-Eggs & sansage french toast, orange juice, and pears. The suggested donation for participants over 60 is $2.50; the total cost for participants under 60 is $5.40. Food stamps accepted. Chelan Valley Players plan production Chelan Valley Players 2001 Spring production of "You Can't Take It With You" by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman will be presented on April 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, and 29 in Beermans accept the Chelan Performing Arts Center. Performances Fridays and Saturdays call to Roseburg Start Beerman,pastoroftheBrewster Seventh-day Adventist Church, announced Saturday that he has accepted the call to pastor the nearly 700-member Roseburg and 100 member Glide churches in Oregon, beginning June 1. Mrs. Beerman - Gloria - presently principal of the local Adventist school . willbe teaching in the Adventist school systentthere: : : TOPS members havegreen lunch ~ ,~ ~, ~o ~w up Brewster, moved here with his family Lucille Harmon of Bridgeport hosted What ~ ativesolutions have you~ in August of 1993 from pastoring six tried lately? years at Mt. Vemon, Washington. Afterreceiving themasterofdivinity from Andrews University Theological Seminary, he has been in ministerial service for almost 20 years. Besides the local church, he pastors the Chelan Adventist church and the at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2p.m. The director is Bruce Keene and producers are Kathleen Bannon and Joan Rappe-Wick. Tickets available at the usual outlets as well as at the door. Computer training offered in Bridgeport Free computer training will be available at the Bridgeport Middle School for community members. Anyone who is interested should be at the Bridgeport High School Commons on March 26, 2001 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to determine what classes you are interest in taking. Refreshments will be available! Contact Diane Hull at the Bridgeport Middle School if you are interested. a St. Patrick's Day party ather homeon March 14 forthe TOPS members. Members of the group wore green and luncbed green diet foods. Fo'llowing lunch they sang St. Patrick songs. Lucille Harmon is the local spoken for TOPS (Take Off (4) Use humor to cut your problems down to size. (5) Gain a new perspective by viewing events differently. Learn tolaughin the midst of a sticky The Tolh of the Town Pounds Sensibly) and suggests several ways to be more positive in your approach to healthy weight loss and maintenance. (1) Become aware of the time you use the crutch of saying "I can't" as in ~t," I can t exercise regularly because or "I can't stick to an eating plan because " (2) Create alternatives for your most frequent "I can't statements. Rephrase "I can't find situation. Or confide in a positive-minded friend, company which meets in Twisp. (6) Concentrate on the process, not Home on leave the outcome. If you do your best, you'll feel better about Paul Johnson in Third class petty officer Jason Burk yonr life,circamstances yon canregardless of ,t control. ~--~t%l] t stationed with theNavyin Singaporeis h nitnl on leave at home in Bridgeport visiting his mom, Christa Glandon, brother "Positive thinking is self- reinforeing,"Harmonconcluded. We Friends and well-wishers can send Nathan Bmaten and sister Andrea makeourbeliefs, and onr beliefs make cards and letters to Paul Johnson, a Glandon. us. We can influence this cycle by Brewstermansufferingfromleukemia, While home Jason expressed his keepingourbeliefsontheposifiveside." to the address below, gratitude to friends for sending him At weekly chapter meetings, TOPS Cards can be addressed to Paul or personal hygiene products while in the time to plan meals" as "I've let other things take priority over meal-planning." The statement "I can't exercise regularly" beconles "I haven't built exercise into my schedule-yet." This tactic reminds you that you have control over the situation. (3) Use creativity to see possibilities instead of dead ends. Dianne Johnson, c/o Rotary House International, 1600 Holcombe Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77030. Johnson was admitted to the hospital's intensive care unit last week, suffering from leukemia in an acute stage. Six days of intensive treatment brought about some improvement, and he is scheduled to be released from ICU this week. Continuing treatment of at least six weeks will be required, however. David Creveling traveled from Marysville for a visit with his grandmother, Mary Eiffert of Brewster this past weekend. He also visited his mother, Donna Alma in Okanogan. Last Monday ten members of a regular prayer group met, as usual, at the home of Ruth St. Clair. The ladies surprised Ruth with birthday cake for her 94t birthday. ruembets reinforce each other' spositive behavior and weight-loss success through applause, moral support and awards. To find out more about TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly or to learn about chapters in your area contactLucille Harmon in Bridgeport. Or log on to TOPS' Web site at for that information as well as weight-loss tips. facts, and success stories. Lee and Emily Canwell and children, Aaron, a senior at Walla Walla College, and Chelane, ajunior nursing student at Portland, vacationed for two days at Sun Mountain. Snow shoeing was the main activity for the family. Traveling to Spokane this past week was Iva Mac Huey of Brewster2 Celebrating her 87th birthday with her son Virgil Huey and his wife Patty and children Dustin, Jessie and Jamie. Freda Snider of Brewster traveled to Seattle this past weekend staying with daughter Pare and her husband Jeff Kelsey and their son Mathew. She also visited with daughter Darcy Snider and son Joe Snider of Seattle. Joe took his mother to the Pacific Science Center to see the display of the Titanic and showed her around the areas of earthquake damage. They ended the day with dinner down on the Piers at a restaurant called Anthony' s. Gary and Dolores Jenkin of Brewster traveled to Spokane and a visit with son Eric and his wife Stacey Jenkin and children Ryan and Kyley. Persian Gulf after the Cold Bombing. Burk will now be stationed in Korea after his week vacation at home. Bar Belles exchange St Pat's cards The March 13 meeting of the Bar Belles was held at the home of Paula Peckham. After a short meeting the ladies exchanged St. Patrick's Day cards. Receiving birthday presents from their secret pals were Joyce Hineline, LaVola Schoenwald and Jaunita McCally. Ladies present were Dora Adams, Donna Beadell, Ruth Dawson, Estelle ! Bost, Sybol Dial, Nettie Nannum, Sue Vranjes and Larryn Trevett. The next meeting will be at the home of Larryn on April 10. Baby boy Dan and Crystal Ewing of Pateros welcomed a baby boy, Maxwell Emmerson Ewing on March 3, 2001. The baby was born at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee at 2:42a.m. andweighedin at nineponnds four ounces. Grandparents axe Neff and Jeannene Shenyer of Pateros and Dennis and Theresa Ewing of Chelan. New grandson Ryan and Robin Scheib are the parents of Christopher David Ryan, born March 15 at the Langley Air Force Base hospital in Hampton, Virginia. He weighed seven pounds, two ounces and was 19-3/4 inches tall. The maternal grandparents Don and Marilou Butler, Pateros, and paternal grandparents me Steve and Karen Scheib of Bridgeport. Art and Dora Adams of Bridgeport Bar welcomed visitors over the past weekend. From Spokane son Allan and his wife Jill and daughter Jacqueline came Saturday. Sunday daughter Nancy and her husband Dave Carlson from Colbert were here. Roy and Sybol Dial and son Wayne of Bridgeport Bar helped Art celebrate an early 65 th birthday. Monday coming for the day to celebrate Art's birthday was son Duane Adams of Spokane. Bud Christensen of Brewster returned recently from a four-month vacation which included Wavering to New Zealand for 16 days with daughter Arlene and her husband Seb Pierini and children Elizabeth and Christopher of Auburn. He also attended his granddaughter Cheris Christensen's wedding, to Tyrone Foly. From there Bud spent a month and a half in Tennessee with daughter Karen md her husband Phil Diaz and daughter Adrienne. He then retumied to Auburn staying with his daughter Arlene and family for two months before returning home. Dorothy Lewis, Bridgeport, celebrated her 85~ birthday with a special family dinner hosted by her son Ron, wife Joy and son Rocky at their home in Dyer Hill. The party was attended by Dorothy's son Ivan Kimball, Jr wife Michon and grandchildren Taylorand Cheyenne, Orondo, anddaughter Dmlene, hushand Stanley Sheets and granddaughter Kayla, Brewster. CHAPEL Brewst~ March22 r Brewster - Vol. Firemen, AA, Pateros, Bridgeport, Methow - Vol. Firemen, Mansfield - Lions Club (dinner) March 23 Pateros - Spanish AA March 24 March25 Pateros - Spanish AA Mansfield - School play, 1 pm 7:30 pm March26 Brewster - Chess Club, School Board, March 27 Brewster - Kiwanis Bridgeport Mansfield - School Board - Auxiliary of Quad City Eagles March 28 Brewster - TOPS Bridgeport - City Council, Chamber of Commerce Mansfield-GrangeAuxiliary Pateros- Spanish AA Chris Rock TO EARTH PG13 FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY: 6:30 p,m, LAST CHANCE MONDAY ALL SEATS $3, 6:30 p.m. I www.amysmanor.eom I Ovedookiag the ~ I TheClas= Located in House of Draperies mg on All with If you are having trouble with your sewing machine, bring it in & Bob will be glad to fix it. (509) 422-2703 188 2rid Ave Okanogan //" Webster's ( Energy efficient Maytag Jet Clean Dishwashers Maytag Refrigerators Neptune Washers I saue etEmlcmtl ~lom! " ARKET Welcomes Back Our New-Old Meat Cutter Rodney, a retired meat cutter from Safeway (28 years) is back at Seventh Street Market. Wells was previously 7th Street Market's meat cutter three years ago. Come See Rodney and 7th Street Market for all Your Best Cuts in Meat 825 W. Main Ave. m R K E T Brewstero (509) 689-2413 /