July 2009 Edition What’s Inside: BUSINESS AFTER HOURS A Message From Thursday, July 16th ~ 5:30 - 7:00 pm Your President (pg. 2) Welcome New Join us for “Pizza Pie & Hops” at Chamber Members (pg. 3) Sunset Stoves VisitPrineville.com Website May Stats 233 NW 3rd Street (pg. 3) Stop in and enjoy great pizza from Papa Murphy’s, cold beer, Crook County Fair fun door prizes, and friendly networking. Scarecrow Contest (pg. 4) You won’t want to miss checking out all of the great new home décor items that Sunset Stoves is featuring! Crook County Labor Trends (pg. 6) More info: Call the Chamber at New Chamber 447-6304 or email@example.com Event: Network AM (pg. 6) Crooked River Roundup Parade Results (pg. 7) RIBBON CUTTING 2nd Annual Western Spirit Contest Winner’s(pg. 7) Wednesday, July 29th - 9:00 am A New Area Code is Headed Our Way THE PHOTO STOP ( pg. 8) Community Event 160 NE 7th Street Calendar (pg. 9) Chamber Member We invite you to welcome one of the newest businesses to our Classifieds (pg. 10) community. The Photo Stop is a photo studio with specialty products and supplies. They also have a crafters gift shop provided by local crafters, party supplies and rentals. Page 2 ol amb 1 I bser er VC hu m e e r, Os s u e v1 8 A Message From Your President Summer is in full swing! What can you do as a business you fish when there is only one to prepare for tomorrow today? fish in the river or thousands? It amazes me to see all the Ask yourself if you are activities that happen here in maximizing your sales What do I mean? Have a Prineville during the summer. opportunities during the sidewalk sale or start your Summer takes forever to get summer to help with cash flow summer clearance event earlier. here and when it hits, it goes throughout the winter. There “Back to school” sales should way too fast. During the are literally thousands of start near the end of July rather summer, it is easy to forget tourists coming through town than in August. Have a happy about the worries that we face these days. What are you doing hour on Fridays or Saturdays, as a community. Not to put a to get them into your store? not just on your slow days. The damper on the warm weather, ideas are endless, but the key is but there are still many issues I hear many times from people to get the business in the door 2009 President going on in our little that I need to advertise in the today and not wait for community. We are still fall when I am slower and not tomorrow. Bryan Iverson hovering around twenty during the summer when I am Iverson Media percent unemployment and busy. This is not the right way Let the chamber know about many people are barely hanging to look at it in my opinion. If your sale or event, so we can onto their jobs. Don’t let up you are a fisherman and you tell everyone else! and don’t let the summer slow know that the fish bite during a you from preparing for the fall certain time of year, isn’t that Bryan Iverson and winter. when you go fishing? Would Chamber Observer Page 3 Welcome The Newest Chamber Members! RC CORRAL EVERGREEN RIATA REALTY LLC MORGAN & Robin Gannon PRESCHOOL Cheryl Seely ASSOCIATES REALTY 11777 NE Ochoco Hwy Kristin & Justin Homan 707 NE 3rd Street Cheryl Morgan Prineville, OR 97754 490 SE 4th Street Prineville, OR 97754 445 NW 3rd Street Phone: 447-1266 Prineville, OR 97754 Phone: 416-0595 Prineville, OR 97754 firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 548-7675 Cheryl@riatarealty.com Phone: 447-1330 email@example.com www.riatrealty.com firstname.lastname@example.org RC Corral is a convenience and Www.evergreenacad.com www.morganandassociatesreale sporting good store across from Whether you are a first time buyer or state.com Ochoco Reservoir. They have fishing Evergreen Academy is bringing a an experienced investor looking for supplies, worms, pop, beer, ice and brand new preschool and childcare your next home, farm, ranch, or We sell mostly Residential Real snacks. They will start carrying center to Prineville, OR. The center building lot, investment, commercial Estate. We have a very strong hunting supplies in August! RC is state certified with a professionally or industrial property, we have presence within Bank-owned listings Corral serves biscuits and gravy from educated staff to serve children's Brokers that know today’s current and sales. Our service to our clients is 7 am to 10:30 am Friday, Saturday cognitive, motor and social needs. market conditions and have a vast of upmost important and we pride and Sunday. Lunch specials from 11 Evergreen Academy is excited to offer knowledge of the various properties ourselves on excellence. am to 4 pm Friday, Saturday & quality child care and in becoming a that are available in the Central Sunday. Stop in soon! community partner in Prineville. Oregon area, call us today! URBAN HILLBILLY PRINEVILLE CHURCH TONI’S BAR B QUE THE PHOTO STOP SALON OF THE NAZARENE Toni Endicott Lori Henderson Ashley Kimler & Matt Huff 2751 NE 3rd Street 160 NE 7th Street Kristina Sweeney 780 E 1st Street Prineville, OR 97754 Prineville, OR 97754 335 NE Court Street Prineville, OR 97754 Phone: 447-1063 Phone: 728-6982 Prineville, OR 97754 Phone: 447-5710 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 233-2036 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.prinevillenazarene.com Toni’s BBQ is a family owner and Photo Studio with specialty photo operated business. We pride products and supplies. Crafters gift Urban Hillbilly Salon is dedicated to We exist to share the good news of ourselves not only with the best BBQ shop provided by local crafters. Party bringing Prineville a new, fun, upbeat Jesus through compassion in our this side of everywhere, but with fast, supplies and rentals. experience. All ages, colors, shapes, community and around the world. friendly service. and flavors are invited to enjoy our There are activities for people of all hair and nail services. We can ages, so all are welcome. We are also guarantee you’ll feel welcomed. host to Boy Scoot Troop #28. WEBSITE STATISTICS FOR WWW.VISITPRINEVILLE.COM June 1 - June 30, 2009 2,285 unique visitors from 22 different countries. 2,882 visits accessing 12,668 individual pages. 1,108 visits to the Event Calendar, 903 visits to the Vacation section, 524 visits to the Business Directory, and 309 visits to the Relocation section. Visitors spent on average 2:55 minutes on our site and looked at 4.4 pages per visit. 72.69% of visitors were new visitors, while 27.31% were returning. Page 4 ol amb 1 I bser er VC hu m e e r, Os s u e v1 8 "Open Spaces, Happy Faces" 2009 Crook County Fair Scarecrow Contest Come to the Fair and bring your best "Scarecrow" for the 2009 Scarecrow contest! Scarecrow contest is open to everyone - Individuals, Families, Business or Organizations. Promote your business or your organization with an eye-catching Scarecrow. The sky is the limit. Your Scarecrow can be traditional, whimsical or just downright fun. Do a Scarecrow challenge - business to business or organization to organization, who can make the most unique, outstanding, fun scarecrow???? Categories Children: Open to children 12 years or younger, group or individual. Traditional: Resemble Scarecrows found in fields or gardens for generations. Whimsical: Whimsical character(s) made of any material. Crook County Business: Open to for profit businesses residing in Crook County Organizations: Open to any organization operating in Crook County. Contest Rules All entries must be entered Monday, August 3, 2009, 9 AM to 7 PM Multiple Scarecrows may be displayed. You could create one for each member of your family. One entry per category, person, family, business or organization. Entries in multiple categories are permitted. Theme Scarecrow(s) for display may reflect a "special" theme and/or promote a company or organization. Scarecrows must be in good taste and constructed to withstand the weather. Scarecrows must be self-supporting (free standing). Scarecrows reflecting controversial, social, religious or political opinions or statements will not be accepted. Fair officials reserve the right to remove any Scarecrow it deems inappropriate. Design Scarecrow entries/designs must be NEW each year and weather proof. Review the rules for each category before submitting the entry form. (The Fair Board and Fair Management reserve the right to place in category that meets the criteria of Scarecrow.) Signage Signs may be placed at your display to announce your scarecrow's name. Business and Organization names are allowed. Please use weather proof signage. Check-in and Set-up: Monday, August 3, 2009, 9 AM to 7 PM. Pick up: Sunday, August 9, 2009 Join in on all the Fun at the Crook County Fair!!! The Chamber is encouraging all members to take part in this fun contest. And while attending the annual Crook County Fair, look for the Chamber of Commerce Scarecrow! Chamber Observer Page 5 The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce would like to Wendel’s would like to thank the Best Western THANK Prineville Inn TASTEE TREET for using a local for providing meeting space for contractor for their the Chamber’s monthly parking lot striping. Board of Directors meetings. Best Western Prineville Inn 1475 NE 3rd Street Prineville, OR 97754 P: 541-447-8080 / F: 541-447-1011 www.bestwestern.com/prineville Page 6 ol amb 1 I bser er VC hu m e e r, Os s u e v1 8 Crook County substantial gains in May were Economic Indicators - Unemployment Rates The county’s seasonally wood product manufacturing adjusted unemployment rate (+60) and leisure and http://www.bls.gov/cpi was 20.9 percent in May – an hospitality (+40). Other increase of 1.4 percentage services was the only industry May 2009 April 2009 points from the revised April to lose jobs in May (-10). estimate of 19.5 percent. One United States 9.1% 8.6% year ago the rate was 9.2 The county recorded 820 fewer percent, for a year-over-year jobs this May than in May 2008 Seasonally Adjusted 9.4% 8.4% increase of 11.7 percentage a decline of 11.7 percent. The points. The unemployment rate county has experienced year- Oregon 12.1% 11.9% in Crook County has been over-year employment declines increasing for almost two years. for nearly two years. Seasonally Adjusted 11.8% 11.9% The county added 150 jobs in Industries showing the largest Crook 18.4% 19.3% May. The county typically sees year-over-year declines were an increase of approximately wholesale trade (-47.7%) and Seasonally Adjusted 20.9% 19.5% 120 jobs this time of year. This manufacturing (-19.4%). Three Deschutes 15.2% 15.3% may be an indication that some industries reported year-over- seasonal hiring is occurring year gains: information Seasonally Adjusted 16.7% 15.6% later this year than in previous (+33.3%), federal government years. (+9.7%), and education and Jefferson 14.8% 16.3% health services (+2.7%). The two private-sector Seasonally Adjusted 16.4% 16.1% industries that posted the most Don’t Miss The Newest Networking Event! Just think how your business How does it work? Each could grow if 15 people each attendee will be seated at a table WHAT: Network AM is a fast-paced, interactive networking session month were referring you to a with other Chamber where you will meet and get to know fellow Chamber friend or one of their members. Going around the members. customers? That is exactly table, each person will have 3 what Network AM, will do for minutes to talk about their WHEN: Friday, July 10th you! business, services, products, or 7:30-7:45 am Mingling & Breakfast themselves. This repeats 2 7:45-7:55 am Host Business Presentation Network AM is a high-energy more times at different tables, 7:55-8:00 am Rules & ‘How it Works’ morning event which features a until you have gotten to know 8:00-9:00 am Networking! structured and interactive up to 15 Chamber members! networking activity. The event WHERE: Soroptimist Senior Center - 180 Belknap Street will take place at the Attendees are highly Prineville Senior Center and encouraged to bring business gives you the opportunity to do cards, flyers, or brochures with business networking with them so that other attendees fellow Chamber members. can make notes about you and your business to follow-up after the event. Chamber Observer Page 7 Crooked River Roundup Parade Results Commercial I - 1-20 employees Civic 1st - Papa Murphy’s 1st - Crook County Parks & Recreation District 2nd - South Valley Bank & Trust 2nd - Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce Commercial II - over 20 employees Horse Drawn 1st - Bi-Mart 1st - Dachshunds by Diggity 2nd - Pioneer Memorial Hospital 2nd - Church of Christ Youth Mounted Courts 1st - Girl Scout Troop 797 1st - Fort Dalles Rodeo 2nd - CC 4-H Meat & Cheese Goat Club 2nd - St. Paul Rodeo Court Special Mounted Groups 1st - High Desert Dance Arts 1st - Cowgirls of the West 2nd - Prineville Missionary Baptist Church 2nd - Lone Pine Rangers Musical CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE WINNERS! 1st - Prineville Disposal’s Trash Can Band If you were not at Western Daze to pick up your ribbon, you 2nd - Bunkhouse Orchestra can do so at the Chamber of Commerce office until July 17th. 2009 Western Spirit Winners Best Dressed Employees 1st place - House of Beauty 2nd place - Robberson Ford Best Dressed Cowboy or Cowgirl 1st place - Bank of the Cascades 2nd place - Community First Bank Best Outdoor Display 1st place - House of Beauty 2nd place - Michael Mohan CPA Best Indoor Display 1st place - Evergreen Home Loans 2nd place - South Valley Bank & Trust Best Window Display 1st place - Main Street Saloon 2nd place - Bank of the Cascades Thank you to all of the businesses who participated! Prineville lived up to being the ‘Cowboy Capital of Oregon’. Page 8 ol amb 1 I bser er VC hu m e e r, Os s u e v1 8 Thank you to all of our 4th of July Celebration Sponsors Ascent Christian Church Bill Fisher Horseshoeing Central Oregonian Coldwell Banker Community First Bank Contact Industries COUNTRY Financial - Susan McDermott Dana Signs Erikson’s Office Supply Evergreen Home Loans - Wendy Pangle & Sheryl Rhoden High Desert Music Incredible Events Les Schwab Tire Center Kiwanis Club of Prineville Mark Haden Landscaping Mid Oregon Personnel Pack Ship & More Papa Murphy’s Pizza Parr Lumber Pioneer Memorial Hospital Prineville Disposal Prineville Insurance Prineville Territory Magazine Septic Pros Soroptimist International South Valley Bank & Trust Territory Review Chamber Observer Page 9 A New Area Code is Headed Our Way Salem, Ore. - Oregonians who Commission. With the change long distance. numbers in the 541 area code live in the 541 area code won’t Oregon will have four area There is no additional cost. by 2011. be in danger of running out of codes. They are 503/971 and Dialing for 911 emergency telephone numbers. That’s 541/458. The new area code calls will not change. The Commission approved an because the Oregon Public was assigned by the North “All Services Overlay” after Utility Commission, after a American Numbering Plan “There are a number of factors broad public input, which thorough investigation, has Administration (NANPA), driving the demand for phone included 18 Open House events approved a new area code relief which is a neutral third-party numbers such as businesses earlier this year, an plan that will ensure there are administrator that oversees the expanding to the continued interactive link on the PUC enough telephone numbers assignment of area codes. popularity of cell phones,” the website and comments from available for 24 more years. Chairman Beyer added. the industry. “After weighing the options, we The new 458 area code will believe this solution is the least The Commission selected the The PUC approved Oregon’s serve the same geographic area disruptive option and will meet overlay solution instead of a second area code in 1995, when as the current 541 area code, the demand for new telephone geographic split to address the it created the 541 area code for which includes southern and numbers more than 20 years number shortage. Although the southern and eastern Oregon, eastern portions of the state. into the future,” Commission geographic split would have and retained the 503 area code The Commission will work Chairman Lee Beyer said. “I’m kept seven-digit-dialing for for the northwest part of the with industry representatives in confident customers will have local calls within the same area state. In 2000 the Commission producing media releases, enough time to make any pro- code, it would have required added a 971 concentrated customer education materials gramming changes before the approximately half of the overlay to the 503 region and such as bill inserts, and public new area code takes effect.” current customers to change the northwest coast became forums to inform the public their telephone number. part of the overlay in early before the new area code takes All existing numbers will retain 2008. effect in 2010. the 541 area code, but new The Commission acted based telephone customers for local on a projection that Oregon For more information, visit Customers will be able to call phone service, cellular and will run out of telephone www.puc.state.or.us from within the 541 area with paging services, and alarms, for either 10 digits or just the example, assigned in the same seven-digit telephone number area may receive the new area for a six-month grace period code after the 2010 before ten-digit dialing implementation date. becomes mandatory. This will give customers a chance to get Some other key facts: used to the change. After 10- Customers will not have to digit dialing becomes change their telephone mandatory callers who dial numbers. seven digits will receive a Local calls in the 541 area recorded message instructing code will require dialing 10 them to dial ten digits. digits. If a call is currently local it The area code is the second will remain local and if it is overlay approved for the state long distance it will still be by the Oregon Public Utility DO YOU HAVE AN EVENT, CLASS, OR ACTIVITY TO PUBLICIZE? Let the Chamber staff know about your event so we can encourage attendance and publish it in the Chamber Observer. Both Chamber & non-Chamber member events will be listed in the online calendar. Page 10 ol amb 1 I bser er VC hu m e e r, Os s u e v1 8 Get Involved - Event Calendar CLASSES/EDUCATION SPECIAL EVENTS Wednesday, July 15 Saturday, July 25 PICNIC IN THE PARK - PRINEVILLE FARMERS Monday, July 20 Wed.-Sat., July 8-11 ALLAN BYER BAND MARKET IDENTITY THEFT: CROOKED RIVER 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 8:30 am to 12:30 pm WHO’S GOT YOUR ROUNDUP PARI- Pioneer Park City Center Plaza NUMBER MUTUEL HORSE RACES More info: 771-0667 More info: Kara - 280-4097 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Gates open at 6:00 pm, post Cost: free Mid Oregon Credit Union’s time is 7:15 pm Saturday, July 25 East Bend Branch - 1386 NE CC Fairgrounds Thursday, July 16 RELAY FOR LIFE - Cushing Drive More info: 800-428-5517 BUSINESS AFTER CROOK COUNTY More info: 382-1795 Cost: $5 per person HOURS Ward Rhoden Stadium Cost: Free 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm More info: 541-484-2212 Friday, July 10 Sunset Stoves & Papa Murphy’s Cost: $50 per team Tuesday, July 21 NETWORK AM 233 NW 3rd Street FINANCIAL FITNESS 7:30 am - 9:00 am More info: 447-6304 Wednesday, July 29 CLASS Soroptimist Senior Center Cost: free for Chamber PICNIC IN THE PARK - 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm 180 Belknap Street members & guests DOUG ZINN BAND Child Resource Building More info: 447-6304 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 205 NE 4th Street Cost is free for Chamber Saturday, July 18 Pioneer Park More info: 475-0422 Members & Guests PRINEVILLE FARMERS More info: 771-0667 Cost: free MARKET Cost: free Saturday, July 11 8:30 am to 12:30 pm MEETINGS PRINEVILLE FARMERS City Center Plaza Saturday, August 1 MARKET More info: Kara - 280-4097 PRINEVILLE FARMERS Wednesday, July 22 8:30 am to 12:30 pm MARKET CHAMBER MONTHLY City Center Plaza Wednesday, July 22 8:30 am to 12:30 pm MEMBERSHIP MEETING More info: Kara - 280-4097 PICNIC IN THE PARK - City Center Plaza Noon - 1:00 pm NASHVILLE More info: Kara - 280-4097 Brothers’ Diner Banquet Room Saturday, July 11 SINGER/SONGWRITER More info: Chamber - 447-6304 LIONS CLUB MOBILE MELODY GUY Wed.-Sat., August 5-8 Open to all Chamber members SCREENING UNIT 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CROOK COUNTY FAIR & guests. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Pioneer Park CC Fairgrounds Chase Bank parking lot More info: 771-0667 More info: 447-6575 Tuesday, August 4 Cost: free Cost: free Cost: free AMBASSADOR MEETING 8:00 am - 9:00 am Saturday, July 11 July 23-25 South Valley Bank & Trust CHRISTMAS IN JULY CROOK COUNTY 4-H More info: Kathy - 447-0490 FOOD DRIVE HORSE FAIR Cost: free 10:00 am - 2:00 pm 9:00 am - ? Chase Bank parking lot CC Fairgrounds Thursday, August 6 More info: 447-6228 BOARD MEETING July 15-August 26 Cost: free 7:00 am - 9:00 am ART IN THE HALL Best Western Meeting Room Prineville City Hall More info: 447-6304 More info: 447-5282 Cost: free Cost: free More details about these and other events can be found by visiting: www.visitprineville.com/home/eventcalendar Chamber Observer Page 11 Chamber Member Classifieds ANNOUNCEMENTS The Prineville Lions Club will hospitals awarded PMH with Steele Associates Architects have a free Mobile Health the distinction. PMH was one to design their new Oregon Slater Chiropractic Screening Unit at Chase Bank of three other rural health Open Campus Building. The would like to on Saturday, July 11th from 9:00 facilities nominated. intent of the facility is to welcome Dr. Mi- am–3:00 pm. Free health provide higher educational chael A. Crampton screenings for: visual acuity, Housing Works is pleased to services such as credit courses, to our staff. Dr. Glaucoma, hearing, and blood announce the re-election of degree programs, work force Crampton grew up pressure. Diabetes screenings Laura Craska Cooper, the training and life-long learning in Pinetop, available for free as well but managing partner of the Bend to the residents of Crook Arizona. With an interest in only with a 3-hour fast. office of Ball Janik LLP, as the County. The building which the philosophy of chiropractic 2009 Chair of the Board of will be located on the Crook care and alternative healthcare “Christmas in July Food Commissioners. Chuck County fairgrounds will approaches, becoming a Drive” will wrap up on McGraw, land use consultant, essentially create an educational Chiropractor seemed the Saturday, July 25th at Prineville will continue with the duties of campus from which the perfect fit. After graduating Relay for Life at Ward Rhoden the Vice Chair of the regional Oregon Open Campus will be from WSCC in June 2008, he Stadium. Relay will begin at housing authority, and Michael centered. practiced in Piura, Peru. We 10:00 am Saturday, July 25th Hinton, with Cornerstone look forward to having Dr. and wrap up at 9:00 am Sunday, Mortgage Group, will fill the SALES/PROMOTIONS Crampton as a part of our July 26th. Come walk in honor Second Vice Chair office. team, and encourage you to or memory of someone, bid on It is sale time at last in the stop and welcome him. raffle items, have a burger at Brooks Resources Hidden Falls Garden Lions concessions or just hang Corporation is celebrating 40 greenhouses! ALL annuals are Janel Smith out. Bring along a can of food years in Central Oregon, and clearanced!! Petunias, Snaps, Marchi has joined for the less fortunate! they are asking you to submit Coleus, Impatients, Lantana, the sales staff of ideas for items to be included Marigolds, Lobelia, Osteos, Central Oregon Travel Oregon is pleased to in a time capsule! The time Heliotrope & More! Come see Cable Advertising offer a FREE online customer capsule will be buried this year what is left and shop til you with responsibility service training program in celebration of the company’s drop from heat! The sale will for regional, available for the Oregon 40th anniversary. You can start July 1st and the hours are national, and political Tourism and Hospitality submit items via suggestion 9-5. Sale will last until all advertising clients. Marchi Industry, called Q Care. boxes located at Brooks Re- annuals are sold. Only 2 miles brings more than 30 years This Q Care certification sources Realty at 446 NW out Hwy 26 towards Ochoco experience in marketing, course will help your employees Third St in Prineville or Reservoir. advertising and sales. She is a to learn how to better serve www.brooks-resources.com/ former president of the Oregon visitors by: timecapsule.php. Bella Boutique’s Last Friday Advertising Federation of maintaining a positive service Sale will be July 31st and Sacramento and currently attitude, using tools to help The Crooked River Roundup futures great sales, including serves on the board of the determine different visitors' Pari-Mutuel Horse Races still $15 items! Advertising Federation of Cen- needs, and treating visitors with has a few openings available for tral Oregon. respect and efficiency. betting window volunteers. This month at The Pine For more information about Training is available nightly. Theater: Recognizing that people are this program from Travel One of the most fun volunteer Starting 7/10 - The Proposal hungry and in need of help all Oregon, log on to: opportunities in town. Call 7/17 - Transformers: Revenge year long, Prineville Lions www.oregonqcare.com Brandi at 420-3354 to sign up of the Fallen Club and CCHS NJROTC today. 7/24 - Ice Age: Dawn of the will launch a “Christmas in July Pioneer Memorial Hospital Dinosaurs Food Drive.” All food and cash was recently honored with the The Chamber of Commerce 7/31 - Harry Potter donations will be given to the Outstanding Community would like to thank everyone Crook County St Vincent de Partner award from the Oregon who participated in the West- The Crook County Rodders Paul Food Pantry. Bring food Association of Hospitals and ern Spirit Contest, in Chamber is encouraging businesses to on Saturday, July 11th, 10:00 am Health Systems for the Night at the Rodeo, and in the provide promotional material -2:00 pm at Chase Bank. hospital’s Community Health Western Daze event in the Pio- for their 200 welcome bags NJROTC Cadets will door Improvement Partnership neer Park. used at the Cruise to the Center knock through town or you can projects. Participants at the of Oregon Car Show. If you bring items to the drop site. OAHHS summit for rural BUSINESS are interested in participating, contact the Chamber of Crook County has selected Commerce at 447-6304.
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