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Pastor Jorge, Dabble, Shaila and Victor Tenorio. Farewell honors Pastor Tenorio family Pastor Jorge Tenorio, wife Debbie and children, Victor, 15, and Shaila, 13, were honored at a potluck dinner at the Adventist school following his final service for the Brewster Seventh-day Adventist Spanish-speaking congregation. Members of the English church joined their Spanish friends in the farewell and a cash gift for the h0norees. Pastor Tenorio will meet his new Spanish congregation in Milton- Freewater, Oregon, August 8, and will be speaking at Saturday's wor- ship serviceAugust 15 at Hermiston, other church in his new district. The Tenorio's came from Grandview/Pasco to Brewster in December 1989. Besides shepherding the local congregation he has pestered the Spanish Adventists in Tonasket and, for the last two years, in Wenatchee. He has been in pastoral work almost 20 years following completion of his ministerial train- ing at the Inca Union Sevenih-day Adventist College in Lima, Peru. Debbie has been an assistant to Judy Lamberton in her Victorian Country Creations. Pastor Tenorio is commuting at present as they search for a suitable spot where they can keep Shaila's horse and the family dogs. Pastor Pedro Rascon, Wenatchee, will be assisting with the local con- gregation. Pioneer Picnic slated for Labor Day The Okanogan County Pioneer Picnic, one of the longest run- ning traditions in Okanogan County, will be held on Labor Day, Sep- tember 7. The annual picnic gets under- way at Conconully State Park with registration at 10 a.m. Ev- eryone needs to bring his or her own lunch. i Dixie cups and coffee, as well as entertainment, will be furnished again this year by the Okanogan County Pioneer Association. Each year hundreds of people from throughout Okanogan County, Washington state and many other states attend the picnic. The PioneerAssociation welcomes everyone. If you have any ques- tions, please contact Jackie Bradley, secretary of the Association. No Sex Please, We're British will open at 8 p.m. Friday, August 14 by Mike Lundstrom, Chelan Valley Mirror The farce No Sex Please, We're British by Anthony Marriott and Alistair Foot played continuously in London for three years in addition to a run on Broadway. The Chelan Valley Players ver- sion of the play, directed by Judy Johnston, opens at 8 p.m. Friday, August 14 at the Chelan High School PerformingArts Center, 215 Webster, Chelan. Peter and Francis Hunter (played by Steve Bovingdon and Rachelle Bennett) have just returned from their honeymoon when Francis signs up to self Scandanavian cookware from their apartment, which is lo- cated upstairs from the bank where Peter works as assistant manager. The Scandanavian cookware turns out to be explicit pornographic mer- chandise of the kind no respectable assistant bank manager would have in his apartment. The plot revolves around the abun- dance of indecent material arriving daily, the dilemma how to keeP the wrong people from finding out about it, and the young couple's attempt to dispose of it. Cast members Frants Holm- Nieison, Terri Weagant, Carin Torp, and Bennett are making their Chelan Valley Players debut. Cast members Roberts Griffin-Griffith and Bovingdon are veterans of The Di- ary of Anne Frank; Rob Wortman and Cal Vaughn were in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum: Dianne Stanley appeared in Twelve Angry Jurors, and John Lester was in the The Chelan Valley Play- ers production of Ten Little Indians. Torp is the assistant director; Bee Murphy, Kathy Bannon. Torp and Bennett are responsible for the prop- erties; the technical director is Peggy Payne; Joan Lester is the ticket man- ager; Lori Jenkins is in charge of Costumes and is also the producer; Bannon is in charge of programs and tickets; and the publicity man- ager is Leah Sluts. Johnston designed the set and worked on its construction along with Marie Goulet, Jeff LaPorte, Jim Gaukroger, Dick Goodman, Greg Johnston. Vaughn, Jenkins, Giffin- Griffith, Torp, and Wortman. Curtain time is 8 p.m. for the Au- gust 14, 15, 21 and 23 performances. Sunday matinees, August 16 and 23, are at 2 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for seniors over 60 and stu- dents under 18. Superintendent named for Mansfield School District Mark Mansell, Omak, has been hired as superintendent of the Mansfield School District. Before coming to Mansfield, Mansell worked for the Croak School District as technology coordinator. He replaces William Thornton, who resigned to accept a teaching posi- tion at Idaho State University in Pocatello. Seniors potluck at Peckams Members of the Senior Center in Brewster turned out for a Wednes- day night potluck recently at the home of Walt and Paula Peckham in Bridgeport. They report "all enjoyed the shady back yard and the lovely food everyone brought with them, a good time was had by all." Center members are reminded the potluck get togethers will be held on the third Wednesday of every month, the location will be announced at the Center on lunch days. Ouad City Hflrald Auugt 6:1998 PaaA K Adventist schc00()l to reg' 3ter activities. In addition to the basic curriculum, music instruction will i nci ude piano and band. Also planned are a gymnastics team, drama pro- gram, ninth-grade Northwest his- tory tour, marine biology study at the Walls Walls College Marine Biology Station at Rosario Beach, a five-day outdoor school for grades five and six, a winter ski program besides challenging individual class activities. Statecertified teachers--last year's teaching staff-are returning to con- tinue in their classrooms. Gloria Beerman will again teach grades Principal Lea Kelley Classes Will begin at 8 a.m. Mon- day, August 24. at the Brewster Sev- enth-day Adventist School at 115 Valley Road, announces Principal Les Kelley. Registration is sched- uled forWednesday, August 12 from 4 - 7 p.m., and Thursday, August 13 from 10 a.m. until 1. Dr. Donna Evans Gloria Bserman The Adventist school is an ac- credited nine grade school with a strong academic curriculum built about Christian values. There is a daily devotional program and com- munity service plans are included in one through four, Principal Kelley, grades five and six, and Dr. Donna Evans. grades seven through nine. Kathleen Christensen, Okanogan, is the music teacher. "The focus for this Christian school," reflects Kelley."is to main- lain quality academics, present les- sons which enhance family and com- munity values, and especially to encourage growth in each student's relationships with God and with people." For further information regard- ing the school and enrollment, one may contact Mr. Kelley either at the school or his home, or talk to one of the staff members at the school. The Chicago Cubs were not the first baseball team to call famed Wrigley Field home. The stadium was built In 1914 to host the Federal League's Chicago Whales, and the Cubs moved In for the 1916 sea- son after the Federal League folded. Since the Kentucky Derby became a mile-and-a-quarter race In 1896, its fastest winner was Secretariat in 1973 (one minute, 59 end two-fifths seconds). The slowest winner was Stone Street In 1908 (2:15 and one-fifth).The Eclipse Award, given to the thoroughbred of the year, was won by Kelso every year from 1960 to 1964. St, " . , eclal Prwe. "- Thursday, August 6th, 13th,00 20th I[k,--7 $9_oo cash ,I   I   wiu not bill for  August 27 Only - Physicals $20.00 cash Dr. Van Tassel & Mark Miller, PT will be available for consultations on the 2?th from 1 to 5 p.m. if you have special needs in this area. Community Medical Center ..,,,-Tw,,,,, 520 W. Indian Ave., Brewster, 689-2525,1-800-639-1100 The Last Trading Post Campbell's Resort Pateros Ace Hardware & Paint Kelly's Hardware I Memory Lane Antiques Peter B's Bar & Grill | Pateros Lakeview Grocery Columbia Furniture I Razor's Edge Design Team .Ljny's Drive-In I Brewster Drug & True Va!ird ei::iii!iiTtbiiStreet Market I Blue Moon Clotih!!i!!!iiiiii i::iiii||[Kis Flower Shop I Something Special Gifii i!iiiiiiiiiiingle Texaco I Wilson Gardens ::Iiiiii!ii( ::Dm Federal Credit Union I . Juk@ii|!i:= :!!iii i!!!iliiiiNn S.loo. I :ii!iiililiiIii!iii!i!iliiiiiiil i/!/. 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