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Tillamook Regional Medical Center Hosts Art Show to Raise Heart Awareness

Apr 24, 2014 3:24 pm

Tillamook Regional Medical Center Hosts Art Show to Raise Heart Awareness Approximately 60 people gathered on a blustery winter day in the historic North County Recreation District art gallery in Nehalem, Ore., and enjoyed good conversation, the company of fellow art lovers and art based upon the theme of the heart. The original art show was sponsored by Tillamook Regional Medical Center (TRMC) to spread heart health awareness. Read more

Mid-Columbia Students Travel to Washington D.C.

Apr 24, 2014 3:24 pm

Mid-Columbia Students Travel to Washington D.C. A special event takes place every year at Mid-Columbia Adventist Christian School (MCACS) in Hood River. Peter Hardy, MCACS principal, plans a field trip for his ninth- and 10th-graders to one of two locations, either San Diego, Calif., or Washington, D.C. This year they went to Washington D.C. Read more

A Festival of Inconsistency

Apr 24, 2014 3:24 pm

A Festival of Inconsistency Several years ago I was at an International Fair hosted by the local community college where diverse groups manned booths in order to inform, convert, sell to or — in the case of the booth where I spent the most time — feed people. I had just finished an ice cream bar when I was asked to hand out flyers promoting upcoming revival meetings at our church to those running the booths. Read more

Snow Caves in Alaska

Apr 24, 2014 3:24 pm

Snow Caves in Alaska The Pathfinder/youth group in Tok and Delta, Alaska, put smiles and muscles into digging snow caves and testing the new accommodations overnight. Read more

Sacred Ruts

Apr 24, 2014 3:24 pm

Sacred Ruts During the good old days of the American pioneers, the Oregon Trail was the best route to the great Northwest. But not for long. Better roads and vehicles provided new ways and means of transportation, ultimately resulting in travel on Interstate 86 and Interstate 84. The mission never changed: “Westward ho!” But methods of achieving it needed constant updating and upgrading. Last year when moving to North Pacific Union from Mid-America Union in Nebraska, Darlene and I didn’t rent a covered wagon. We cruised across the Cascades in our Camry. Read more

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