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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 28, 2006, Centralia, Washington A4 a the chronicle Centralia Chehalis wash., wednesday june 28, 2006 local news in Brief blown tire preceded motorcycle wreck the Washington state patrol on tuesday released the name of the passenger on the motorcycle that crashed monday evening on southbound interstate 5 near Toledo. Stacy a. Eubanks 42, and the Driver of the 2002 Harley Davidson. Mark l. Eubanks 46, were both ejected from the Bike after the 5 . Wreck. The Kelso residents were taken to St. John medical Center in Longview with what the investigating trooper termed trooper Todd Thornburg reported that the rear tire had blown out causing the Driver to lose control of the motorcycle. Authorities said the pair were wearing helmets but no leather Riding Protection and were remarkably fortunate. Masons hosting child identification program the Chehalis masonic Lodge and the Lewis county masons Are implementing the Washington childhood identification program. Chip is an All Volunteer Effort to provide identification to families so that they May have records and information about their children in the event of a child becoming lost missing kidnapped or at risk. No records or data Are shared or retained by the sponsoring organization. The masons will Host an information program at their annual Strawberry feed which will be held at the Chehalis masonic Lodge 123 w. Main St. In Chehalis at 6 . Today. Vince Digiulio coordinator for Chip in Washington will be on hand to further explain the program. All interested persons and organizations May attend and enjoy strawberries hamburgers and hot dogs. For information Telephone Ian Ricker at 740-1639. Lewis county treatment plants get kudos the Centralia Wastewater treatment Plant and Lake Mayfield Wastewater treatment Plant were among the 46 of Washington a 305 such facilities that will receive a outstanding treatment Plant awards from the Washington state department of ecology. The annual awards recognize plants that have had no spills during the previous year. Award winners must also have passed every environmental tests and Analysed All water samples according to requirements from ecology. Centralia and Lake Mayfield were the Only Lewis county facilities to win the award for 2005. For Centralia a new treatment Plant it was the first time winning such an Honor. Tenino plans Farmers Market Tenino a the Tenino Community services Center will sponsor the first Ever Tenino Farmers Market during Oregon Trail Days and the Tenino Centennial Celebration july 22. The Market will begin at to . On the Comer of fifth and Mcarthur. The Farmers Market will then continue saturdays from to . To 3 . In the parking lot of Parkside elementary school. Vendors Are now being sought for the Market. For information Telephone Robin Rudy at 264-5505. Applications May be mailed to to. Box 1239, Tenino a 98589. Vendors Are also being sought for the dec. 2 Winter est Celebration. Sirens fire a a changing winds on tuesday afternoon caused some slash piles being burned off Coal Creek Road outside of Chehalis to ignite surrounding Brush growing into a wild fire about an acre in size. Lewis county fire District 6 was called out about 9 . And found nobody had been tending the initial burning of the piles according to chief Rick Wirta. The fire was extinguished but firefighters from the state department of natural resources were called out to mop up Wirta said. Other a police Are looking for a vehicle with a lost Mirror and a damaged Hubcap on the front Drivers Side after a hit and run incident reported about 4 45 . Tuesday on the 800 Block of North Tower Avenue in Centralia. No further information was reported by police about the incident. Dill citations a Oscar a. Reyes Rodriguez 22, Centralia was cited on monday. Burglary and theft a four tires were reported stolen from a vehicle tuesday afternoon on the 600 Block of North Tower Avenue in Centralia. Vandalism a another report of tires slashed on a vehicle was Given to Centralia police on monday evening. This one occurred at the 900 Block of Long Road. Lewis county jail a inmate population in the main facility As of Early this morning 239 inmates 191 Are men and 48 Are women. One of them is a work release inmate unreported whether male or female ninety one of them Are a contract bed inmates Quot from the Thurston county jail and or the state department of corrections. Twenty six people Are on electronic Home Monitor ing. Four people Are on a Day in the past 24 hours As of Early this morning 15 people were booked into the jail and 14 were released. A a a a a by the chronicle staff please Call new s reporter Sharyn l. Decker with news tips. She can be reached at 807-8235 or . What s happening events for what a happening May be submitted on . Look for Calendar then add event. Events a Penang in what a happening May be limited by space and chronicle guidelines All events May appear in the Calendar today events Forest Grange Bingo. 6 30 ., Grange Hall Iwin cities scrapbook club for scrapbook ors or those interested in getting started Call Tina 360-880-2558 for time and location. Wacky Days wednesdays through july 26. All Ages. Find three Wacky things at the Library and win a Small Ponze. Salkum Timberland Library. Thursday events Benefit Spaghetti dinner and silent auction 5-7 30 ., Adna High school. To Benefit City of Chehalis code enforcement officer Don Chambers. $7 per person $5 children 10 and under $25 family parents and children. Call 748-0271 for information. Loaves of love dinner 5-6 ., Onalaska Community Presb Tenan Church. Free. Hot roast beef sandwiches mashed potatoes Gravy vegetable and dessert Call 978-4523. Make friends with fido 11 . Noon children of All Ages. Winlock Timberland Library find out How to safely meet and Greet a dog presented by All ways dog training volunteers. Library will open at 10 30 . Make a take crafts. 11 -noon, children of All Ages Chehalis Timberland Library. Pet related crafts. All supplies provided. Pinochle game 1 ., activity building Henderson Park Chehalis. Water aerobics. 10 30-11 30 ., 16 years or older $3, Pearl Street Pool 539 n. Pearl Centralia Public agencies Thurston county commission 2 to 5 ., work session open to Public Thurston county courthouse building 1, room 200, 2000 Lakeridge drive s.w., Olympia. Organizations boots a buckles country Western dance club 6 30-9 p american legion Centralia Call 273-5706 for information. Business network International Southwest Washington chapter 7 ., family diner Centralia. Centralia Bridge club 7 ., Unity Church 800 s. Pearl Centralia Call 748-1753 for information. Centralia eagles Gene 512 and auxiliary 8 ., Centralia eagles Hall. Centralia Rifle club 6 30-8 30 ., pistol league practice match fort Borst Park recreation area Centralia. Call 748-0590. Chehalis Centralia cribbage club 6 30 ., Moose Lodge Chehalis. Call 807-8392 for information. Civil air patrol fire Mountain composite Squadron 7 ., boy scout Lodge 278 be Adams Chehalis Cougar squares Square dance club 7 ., Napavine Grade school gymnasium Call 520-7410. Grand Mound Rochester kiwanis noon red Bam restaurant grand Mound. Evangeline Booth adult care program for older adults 10 . To 2 . Noon free hot meal served salvation Centralia 736-4339. Twin cities Certoma club 7 30 ., Riverside Golf course Chehalis. Thurston county citizens planning association 7 ., 3245 Goddard Road s.w., Tenino 273-9469 or 264-4632. Friday events 43rd annual schwing fest. Dance 8 ., fireworks at dark Swiss Park Frances. Blood drive 11 .-5 ., Bailey Siga parking lot Rochester sponsored by puget sound blood Center dancing. 7-10 ., $5, Lewis county senior Center Chehalis. Jack in the roadrunners perform. Lewis county Farmers Market. 9 .-2 ., Southwest Washington Fairgrounds Chehalis. Call 736-8977 for information. Preschool Story time 10-10 40 ., Ages 3-6, Chehalis Timberland Library. Water aerobics 10 30-11 30 ., 16 years or older $3. Pearl Street Pool 539 n. Pearl Centralia. For the record support groups thursday Al anon brighter life la 7 ., St. Timothy episcopal Church Chehalis. Alcoholics Anonymous focus 6 ., Book study for a Only 12-step club Yard Birds mall Chehalis. Alcoholics Anonymous Mary s Corner group 7 ., Assembly of god 4224 Jackson Highway Call 262-3209 for information. Alcoholics Anonymous 7 to 8 30 ., 349 n. Market blvd., Chehalis for information Call hotline 748-6601. Alcoholics Anonymous Uva hispanic group 6 ., 12-step club Yard Birds mall Chehalis. Alcoholics Anonymous Noones group 12-step club Yard Birds mall Chehalis cancer support group Onalaska first Church of god Highway 508, Call 978-6928 for information. Centralia Harmony group of alcoholics Anonymous. 8 ., Yard Birds mall Chehalis 736-4813. Co dependency class 7-8 ., Toledo Presb Tenan Church Call 864-6986 for information. Divorce care seminar 6 45-9 ., Chehalis first Baptist Church Call 748-3165 for information emotions Anonymous 8 ., 12-step club Yard Birds mall Chehalis 748-3982 or 740-7886 men s Bible study 7 ., Denny s restaurant. Chehalis narcotics Anonymous just for today noon Yard Birds mall Chehalis. Narcotics Anonymous desperado. 7 30 ., Yard Birds mall Chehalis Onalaska cancer support group 7 ., first Church of god Highway 508, Onalaska. Over eaters Anonymous 5 30 ., Providence Centralia Hospital conference room North Entrance Call 736-9268 or 262-9724. Rochester alcoholics Anonymous 8 ., Rochester lutheran Church. Serenity at Salkum alcoholics Anonymous 6 ., Salkum Timber land Library Call 985-0472 for information. Washington tops chapter 157, 9-11 ., Rochester fire Hall. Call 736-4465 Washington tops club 718,6 to 7 ., weigh in 7 to 8 ., meeting Small Green building next to Packwood Community building. Washington tops 980, 6 30-7 20 ., weigh in 7 30-8 30 ., meeting Calvary Assembly of god 302 e. Main Call 736-0280 for information. For information on alcoholics Anonymous meetings in this area Call the a hotline anytime 807-0902. Honor Rolls Centralia College the following Centralia College full time students earned a 4.0 Grade Point average Dunn Spring Quarter 2006. The students listed completed a minimum of 12 College credits. Centralia Vanessa Brockman Testa a. Dunham Amanda r. Green Ashley e. Kline Casey a. Lytle Amanda e Migliacio Amber v. Penn Roco Mackenzie Peterson Tetyana a. Sen Cha Ramute k. Wilson and Samuel l. Wilson Chehalis Mitchell d. Cate Tracy j. Ealy Jonathan Klacik Kathenne c. Lee Emily j. Marecle Daniel s. Of Keefe and Shawn e. Of Keefe Morton Jeremy j. Lenz. Mossyrock Kelly l. Crow and John c Hart. Napavine Amber l. Colbert Oakville Rachel l. Meyers. Olympia Valene y. Adnan and Rebekah Richardson Onalaska Tonya Brown Brett a. Devlin Amber r. Hill Andrew d. Holm Anthony j. Holm and Elisabeth k. Holmes pack Wood Chustopher Rochester Barry r. Draggoo. Tenino Kevin r. Saville and Stanley j. Noga. Vader Linda l. Bailey. Winlock tam l. Smith and Kevin j. Strozyk. The following students earned at least a 3.74 spa Dunn Spang Quarter and completed a minimum of 12 College credits. Bucoda Cheme l Dafter Centralia Charles in Albright Kati Ash Jay e. Bone Deann d. Added Rachael a. Cain Debra Calf less Steffany l. Clancy Janet k. Crane Richard d. Davis Luke r. Dietz Rebecca a. Gonzalez Tiffany Graves daemon w. Hall Chelsey r. Heck Rebecca c. Heffner Dustin r. Hicks Michelle s. Jeffres Kathenne k. Joyce Ryan Kaech Dacia l. Kea hey Michael r. Kinterknecht Man Long lao Rick c. Lee Caille Luond Craig a. Mallow Erin c. Miller Gualco Barbara a. Milton Billy d. Morey Miyuki Nakamura Selah Newkirk. Silas j. Newkirk Philip e. Plaza ban t. Reed Lena k. Riley Kara l Rogerson Dennis r. Sham Tamara Renee Shannon Jenna r. Shaver Jamie j. Tucker Champ Alicia Ulrich Randy r. Waldon ton r. White and hoi Peng Wong. Chehalis Sharon d. Allen Stephanie d. Barton Zach w. Bolton Konsta l. Brown Shannon l. Chastain Windi h. Clark Leslie dancer Todd a. Davidson Danielle p. Davis Zachary a. Doyle Elizabeth a. Frogner Erin Galarza. Dana r. Goble Anna k. Griffith Teresa Gunn Bailey j. Isaacson Tiffany l. Johnson Weaver Patti Kirkwood Jill s. Latimer Constine r. Lawrence shun nue d. Long Alicia s. Lynch Dana n. Macomber Dereck r. Mcguire Amanda l. Nation Kevin t. Nelson Kathleen r. Nicholas Melanie j. On Dong Elizabeth a. Pickett Brandon d. Plourde Audra c. Poor Bente t. Rinta Candace r. Robinson Craig w. Rothlin Billy w. Smith William j. Terrell Ashley j. Thomas Mandi Lynn Wadley Debbie s. Wentworth Charles h. Wilson Jonmark c. Wohlwend and Ramelan s. Wohlwend Cinebar Randy j Bren. Curtis David Peterson. Ethel Sharon g. Parker. Galvin Kimberly a. Ross. Glenoma John a. Panuska Morton Kat Elm j. Forrest Susan a. Koscik and Shannon Thomas. Mossyrock Amanda r. Hopkins. Napavine Elizabeth r. Gentry Linda j Mechell Stephanie r. Valentine and Panl l. Vitzthum. Onalaska Romie s. Boone Ashley c. Dougherty David g. Oster Allison h. Paquette Rebecca s. Shepard and Stephanie Wicker Packwood Jennifer Rattlers and Connie l Sankwich. Be Ell Tyson l Drevniak and Andrew k. Holland. Randle Kim d. Haack. Rochester Jason c. Byrd Paula Casasnovas Heather l. Forbes Kathryn g. Genson Erik s. Gorham Warner Hettick Cheryl Hull Daphne k. Mielitz Patricia e. Phoenix Jennifer d. Strider and Calvin l Wilson Silver Creek Darrell Tevis. Tenino Amber j. Bolden manna Foster Earl a. Isbell John c. Lucas Nathan i. Robinson Devan e. Walker and Louisa e. Wilkes. Toledo Kindra l. Campbell Tyler j. Crocker Megan r. Hopf and Belinda c. Rodriguez Winlock Andrew s. Goodwin Sarah e. Horace Holly a. King Suzanne Pete Rachael p. Shook Michael a. Vandenbroek Man Lynn k. Williams and Benjamin r. Zion. Centralia Middle school the following students from Centralia Middle school achieved perfect grades for the last Quarter of the school year according to school officials. Eighth graders Kevin Anderson Jessica Churchill Laurel Connon Kelsey Gallegos Hilary gallon Ryan Hill Alex Holmgren Kurtis Janitch Samantha Lane Lizette Loa Stuart Madame Odessa Mohney Jesse Moore Hen Dencson Nicholas Olsen Torrell Palmason Connor Pelzel Rob by Pennington Isaac Provost Aaron Reynaga Ryan Richardson Carolyn Sande Melissa Schlagel Brycen Schoolcraft Kelsey Schubach Suzy Sevilla Samantha Sharp Peter Shriver Tyler Shumate Shawnee Thayer Stalder Amanda Tumble and Trevor White. Seventh graders Nancy Anaya Zac Bickle Amy Boyajian Koto Braaten Tamara Bronson Sarah Broom Kayleen cad Spencer Churchill Manisa Dykman Christopher Evans James Green Marcus Grove Steven Hamilton Molly Hull Ryan Leduc Landen Macy Sergio Marquez Andrew Martin Samantha Martin Danielle Miller Jennifer Milton Ashley Myers Zachariah Phelps Kira Pierce Hillary Pohlman Hope rising Anthony Scarsella Lane Schinnell tyros Taylor Franklin Whearty Elizabeth Wilson Olivia Winebrenner Cortney Wiswell and Nicole Wiswell. The following students have earned a place on the Honor Roll As Well eighth graders Kahri Haines Kailee Zurfluh Erika Bash Cara ebbing Emily Latta Sig Haley Owen Jason Aldrich Laura Clingen Melam Kelly Brandy Lamb Abba Puri Jordan Hess Samuel Parke fag mess Brian White Cameron Munden Katherine Claxton Emily Hess Israel Lopez Erica Robertson Julie Westbrook Crim Rachel Bryan Wayne Buchanan Kelly Eidsvik Brady land enc a Acosta Billy Brantley Jessica Burd Kajsa Conzatti Andrea Dickey Anaise Duarte Brandy Kennedy Anayeli Silva Maryah Foster Angie Barnes Zachary Fisher Karleigh Wilburn Desiree Putman Joseph Rush Tanya Castellanos Rachel Westley Man Yah Ashmore Katelyn Thompson Sarah merry Man Kayla Riccardo Marie Darnel Evelym Ramirez Thomas Ralls Dominick Courcy Joshua Courtney Brandon Florea Joshua Gehrman Felicia Collins Dustin Brown Monssa merry Man Erica Montes Noah Bur Low Jensen Ward Kyler Roberts Magdalena Hernandez Cody Pierce Caityn Atkinson Dustin Greene Liz Chrisman Ean Goodeill Keegan Kar Das Craig Klumper Christopher Brotherton Devan Hawes Jasmine Jimenez Steven Vonseggen Benjamin Bier Bethaney Caviness Amanda Chance Liliana Nino Shayla Miller Ellen Ervin Jonell Brager Jacob Collins Jaycee Connors Kody Posey Bradley Smith Wesley Travis Curtis Beeching Ashley lord Jordan Hull Brandon Meyers Christopher Reynolds Rochelle Stone Alysha Jones and Amanda Smith. Seventh graders Miranda Dunham Ariel Gonzalez Kyle Madame Alyson Messegee Kayla Smith Nefi Nogueira Dulce Almanza Shalynn Bilton Smith Madison Merrill Haley Riner Tara Stolp Phillip Berg Sydnee Amburgy Karra beddoes Maritza Lopez Sarah Sherman Kaylynn Smith Donald Studeman Ivan Weber Hannah Bryan Jessenia Ramirez Katelyn Coburn Jesse Evans Samantha Maynard Karla Anderson Zachary Baldwin Shad Riley Drannon Smyth Shelby Clay Emmalee Baker Elissa Davidson Elias Kinsey Irene Gologanov Anthony Hackett Zachary Bennett cinthia Contreras Arin Westley Donovan Martinez Briana Canfield tre Tynne Dwyer Angel Diaz Kelsey Alexander Krista Hammons Ciara Lukascik Jolene Pruett Andrew Huerta Cristian Cabrera Manisa Chairez Hannah Westley Justin Hughart Jade Collins Austin Stone Alexandra Jackson Jose Garibay Alejandre Danny Mon a Anjelica Redden Dylan Lister Nicholas Kelley Al Shea Mott Kelsay Small and Earsten Decker. Winlock High school Winlock High school has announced its Honor Roll for the second semester of the school year. Students earning a 4.00 Grade Point average Are senior Lindsey Hoogkamer and Sophomore Andrew Lynch. Students earning a 3.5 to 3.99 Grade Point average Are seniors Katie Lentz Katie Malarz Lakisha Dillinger Geoffrey Linn Delila Capps Amanda Cline Brett Millman Nicole farts Reesa Bradley Courteney Bremgartner and Andrew Mccarson. Juniors Bryan Strozyk Derek Norwood and Tim Mayer sophomores Ann Barry Brian Elle Good Alan Dittick and Morgan Bass. Freshmen Anna Grimm Amanda Suter Carmela Canedo hoi Kwon Anthony Mcknight and Angel Sanchez. Students earning a 3.0 to 3.49 Grade Point average Are seniors Samantha Wachter Man Anne Salscheider Samantha Mckilly Canossa Bremgartner Jaylee Bradley Alexandra Spencer Christina Hertz Tim Walch and Ben Prigmore. Juniors Tanee Pilz Cassie see Fedj Mark Mcknight Kayla Horsley Mike Schmidt Rachel Navarro and Brandon Lance. Sophomores Carty Cline Jennifer Ebert Chelsea Fisher and Leah Hemenway. Freshmen Sierra Fuller Daisy Wyman Ben Bolden Mike White Chelsea Arnett Nathan Booth and Laura Martin. Corrections a in the today in history feature for monday the associated press erroneously named the school ordered by the supreme court to admit women to years ago. It was Virginia military Institute not the Virginia military Academy. A in the today in history feature for june 14, the associated press reported that the . Army was founded on this Date in 1775. The reference should have specified that the Continental the predecessor was formed on this Date. The United states was established under that name in 1789. A in the today in history feature for May 20, a reference to the death of Christopher Columbus erroneously stated that he a died in historians agree the opposite was True a Columbus died with considerable wealth. The chronicle seeks to be accurate and fair in All its reporting of you find an error or believe a news item is incorrect please Call the newsroom As soon As possible at 807-8224, Between 8 and 5 . Monday through Friday lotteries Washington a tuesday games Mega millions 2-14-20-29-44, Mega Ball 32 Keno 4-5-9-13-15-17-22-24-30-32-34-37-39-45-49-51 -53-59-64-73 daily game 7-2-9 Oregon a tuesday games pick 4 1 . 9-7-0-6 4 . 3-0-5-0 7 . 7-1-9-3 10 . 5-3-2-5 vital prices a Gold $582.75 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote a Silver $10.25 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote death notices a Donald A a done King 67, Centralia died monday june 26, 2006, in Centralia. Visitation will be from 9 . To 5 . Thursday at Stickle funeral Chapel Centralia which is in charge of arrangements graveside service will be at 11 . Friday at grand Mound cemetery Rochester a Marjorie Adele Coffman 87, former Chehalis resident died sunday june 25, 2006, at Providence Mother Joseph care Center Olympia graveside service will be at 2 . Friday at Claquato cemetery Chehalis. Arrangements Are under the direction of Newell a Oerting a mortuary Centralia

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