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Mallory clan holds reunion

Published on July 10, 2018 4:12PM


Bible school session planned

Enterprise Seventh-Day Adventist Church will host Vacation Bible School with the theme “Avalanche Ranch” daily 9-11:30 a.m. July 16-20 at the church, 305 Wagner St. Enterprise.

Sessions are designed for children ages 6– 12. Activities include wild Bible adventures, horseplay sames, chuck wagon chow, cowpoke crafts and a showtime roundup.

Space is limited. To pre-register call 541.426.3751 or stop at the Enterprise Seventh-Day Adventist Christian School to complete a registration form.

Students land on OSU honor roll

Ten Wallowa County students have made the Scholastic Honor Roll for the spring 2018 term at Oregon State University.

From Enterprise:

• Damon C. Greenshields, senior, Civil Engineering.

• Cody C. Irish, junior, Pre-Forest/Civil Engineering.

• Nathaniel B. Perren, junior, BioHealth Sciences.

• Bettemariam J. Rooney, sophomore, Biology.

• Eyreusalem R. Rooney, sophomore, biochemistry and molecular biology.

From Joseph:

• Derek A. Huff, post baccalaureate, Civil Engineering (straight A average).

•¶ Raymond L. Seal, sophomore, Crop and Soil Science.

• Kathy A. Sewell, senior, Women, Gender and Sexuality.

From Wallowa:

• Straight-A Average: Ellissa L. Durning, senior, Agricultural Sciences (straight A average).

Mallory clan holds reunion

The descendants of the Ben, Perry and Thomas Mallory families will meet Saturday, July 14, at the Pomeroy (Wash.) City Park at 15th and Arlington, beginning with a potluck dinner at noon.

The Mallory brothers homesteaded on Grouse Flat near the Washington-Oregon border in Wallowa County. Descendants of other families from the Grouse Flat area and the Mountain View area are welcome to share their family stories and history of the area.

There have been many new discoveries on the Mallory family history in the past year. Linda Bauck from Wallowa, will attend and will be gathering stories for a book on this area. A tour of the Garfield County Museum, where some of the family history is stored, is part of the agenda for the day. A late afternoon visit to the Pataha Flour Mill is planned. Refreshments will be served.

Info: Muriel Bott mbott@pomeroy-wa.com

Free legal aid service offered

Legal Aid Services of Oregon is providing free legal consultations at the Enterprise Senior Center 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 17.

The service is for low-income individuals and senior citizens. To speak to an attorney about housing, consumer issues, family or other legal affairs, call 800-843-1115, Ext. 201, for an appointment.

Events get county funds

Wallowa County Commissioners approved funding for several community events at the July 2 regular meeting of the county commission.

• The 40th Anniversary edition of Oregon’s Alpenfest will receive $2,500.

• Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center will receive $1,000 to support educational programming, course curriculum and lifelong learning.

• Wallowa Valley Music Alliance will receive two grants from the Transient Lodging Tax Fund: $2,000 for the 10th Annual Juniper Jam Music Festival and $2,000 for the Courthouse Concert Series.

• Wallowa County Chamber of Commerce received $1,500 for Shake the Lake, the 4th of July fireworks celebration over Wallowa Lake.



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