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Even though we can use a little moisture on the ground, the rain predicted for last weekend was not much relief, except it did seem to cool the temperatures down a bit. The area wide burn ban is still in effect so please be aware of the rules and don’t burn. This is the big weekend in Rosburg for the annual Pig Roast/Potluck and Campout in Echo Meadows located at 4491 SR 4 West (the home of our host and hostess, Poul and Zenaida Toftemark). Everyone is welcome. Please bring a dish or two to share as there is usually a large crowd, your own chairs to lounge in, your own beverages and a fun attitude. There will be lots of fun things for the kids and to me watching them is the most enjoyable part. The food is always plentiful and delicious and the grounds and atmosphere very festive. The pig will be roasted and ready on Saturday afternoon, August 1. Another special event will take place in the Valley Bible church on Saturday, August 1 from 1-3 p. m. Come and help to celebrate Merle Hall’s 90th birthday. In this day and age, that is quite an accomplishment. Wishing Merle a wonderful day and many more. Celebrate National Night Out on Tuesday, August 4. Get together with friends and neighbors, make sure everyone in your area is aware of who should be in your vicinity at any given time. Learn how to keep an eye on each other and help each other if the need arises. We have pretty close knit neighborhoods in our community, but in the recent months, there have been a few incidents that have been stopped because we care about our neighbors. Let’s keep everyone safe. The Grays River Grange Weekly Market will once again be held every Tuesday from 2-6 p. m. in the Grays River Grange #124 building on SR 4 in Grays River. Shop local for the best buys, and the best home grown produce for reasonable prices. The Rosburg Wednesday Senior Lunch Bunch meets every week in the Rosburg Hall for a delicious meal and good company. The lunch is prepared and served by Pat Potter and her volunteer crew. On Thursdays a senior lunch is also served at the same location and is sponsored by CAP. Both venues serve at noon. Happy Birthday to Corina Lee, Brendan Wallace, Bryon Adair, Loretta Smalley, Alex Badger, Alissa Dorman, Jennifer Boggs, Katie Olson, Diana Shetler, Karen Jansma, Eric Smalley, Inez Wirkkala, Annie Strange, Jeff Ammer, Joni Matthews, Makayla... Source: www.waheagle.com
Associated Students UCLA solidified plans Friday to change the Global Viewpoint Lounge into a conference room capable of accommodating 125 people. ASUCLA set aside $300,000 in February to renovate the lounge, but decided to repurpose the space at an ASUCLA Services Committee meeting on Friday. Members on the ASUCLA Board of Directors strayed from their initial vision of creating a high-end, medium-sized theater with comfortable tiered seating that was intended to host events such as student group performances. ASUCLA Executive Director Bob Williams said the initial vision would likely exceed the budget, and construction would be complicated because UCLA Facilities Management would have to oversee the construction of the tiered seating. ASUCLA officials changed their vision to accommodate UCLA Undergraduate Admission, which uses the venue as a starting point for its tours, Williams added. The seating in the initial plan could only accommodate about 100 lounge chairs, but Undergraduate Admission officials wanted to maximize the capacity, said Roy Champawat, director of the UCLA Student Union. The revised setup will feature 125 stackable chairs and an upgrade for the acoustic, visual and audio systems, including plans to install a 98-inch LED screen and sound absorbers to minimize echoes, Champawat said. UCLA Student Affairs, which oversees Undergraduate Admission, pays ASUCLA to use the lounge for starting tours. Champawat did not know the how much UCLA Student Affairs pays to use the room, but he said the fees would fund the renovations. “Although ASUCLA has allocated $300,000 for the renovations, the real budget is slightly higher due to the partnership between UCLA Student Affairs and ASUCLA,” Champawat said. The proposal to change the style of the lounge to increase capacity was not an action item, but members approved the changes. “A 125-seat (conference room) is not a oversized space,” Champawat said. “It’s more flexible than the initial plan and will be an asset to the community. The project is still in the bidding and planning phase, and the time of completion is unknown. Compiled by Nicholas Yu, Bruin senior staff. On July 16, the California Legislature approved Senate Concurrent Resolution 35, urging the University of California to condemn all forms of anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses. The resolution uses parts of the U. S. State. Source: dailybruin.com
Is there a seating group that can accommodate six or eight people — namely a grouping with a sofa and two lounge chairs with the occasional pull ups? Rooms with only a sofa and a club chair do not say “welcome.” I believe a living room, if space
Everyone is welcome. Please bring a dish or two to share as there is usually a large crowd, your own chairs to lounge in, your own beverages and a fun attitude. There will be lots of fun things for the kids and to me watching them is the most enjoyable
Foxhole Lounge: hot dogs and Sloppy Joes 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays. Breakfast 8-11:30 a.m., dancing and live music by Bob Dewart Band with Eddie Tobin on piano 2-5 . Bring chairs and blankets. No coolers allowed. Dogs on short leashes are permitted
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For the second year in a row. It's gotten more changes this year, too. I never intended to change it any, but we built a patio and the patio got custody of the chaise lounge. That meant I had nowhere to lie down and relax on the porch like I did before ...
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