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Friday, December 8th from 6pm-8pm, Library Come   and   celebrate   the   season   with   hot   cider,   cookies,   and   Christmas music. The first 30 guests will receive a magnet and a ribbon bookmark. Please join us for treats and Christmas fun!
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Upcoming Events Friday, December 8th -Christmas Open House, Library, 6pm-8pm Tuesday, December 12th -City Council Meeting, City Hall, 7pm REOCURRING EVENTS: Coffee & Donuts Wednesdays at 9am, Community Center. Welcome!
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NEW INTERNET SPEEDS ARE HERE! Roome   Telecommunications   Inc’s   new   Broadband   Service   is   available   for     install. Speeds and Pricing are: -25 mg** $45.00 -100 mg ** $65.00 This service is available to buildings located in the Halsey City Limits.  No   contracts,   no   installation   or   modem         charges,   and   no   billing   until January 1, 2018. **Speeds are “upto/best effort” speeds. For   more   information,   or   to   get   on   the   install   list,   stop   in   at   the   local   office located at 705 W Second Street in Halsey, or call (541)369-2211.
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The    past    year    brought    about    many    changes    for    the    Central    Linn Recreation       Association.       The        CLRA        launched        its        website ( )     mid-summer     and     quickly     followed     with     online registration.      Volleyball   and   Football   quickly   filled   up   and   the   rest   as   they say is history.  In   late   spring,   we   welcomed   Jessica   Leopard   as   the   new   Softball   Sports Director.      Jessica   accepted   the   challenge,   hit   the   ground   running   and   has been    working    to    enhance    our    softball    offering    ever    since.        Jessica    is anxious   to   bring   her   ideas   to   the   program   in   ‘18.      We   look   forward   to seeing what next spring holds. T-Ball   and   Coach   Pitch   saw   another   year   of   fun   for   our   littlest   hitters.      Brye Lester   and   her   team   of   coaches   and   volunteers   kept   the   chaos   contained and   the   fun   going   as   the   program   welcomed   a   host   of   young   new   faces.     I’m not sure who had more fun, the parents or the kids.?.    Sean   Johnson   and   the   Baseball   Program   saw   another   solid   turnout.      The 25   kids   from   the   Central   Linn   community   kept   our   coaches,   assistants   and volunteers   busy.      Spring   rain   had   everyone   checking   their   phones   for   up- to-the-minute    forecasts    but    didn’t    dampen    the    kid’s    spirits.        The    kids played    hard    and    had    a    fun    season.       The    Midget    National   Team    was consistently strong and made it to the playoffs.  Congratulations to all our players! The    end    of    2017    will    see    another    change.        George    Frasier,    CLRA’s President,   will   be   retiring   from   the   recreation   association   in   November.     George   has   served   the   Central   Linn   Recreation Association   in   a   variety   of capacities   for   over   25   years.      Like   so   many   before   him,   George   has   served selflessly;   giving   his   time,   energy   and   support   to   the   kids   and   families   of the   Central   Linn   area.      George’s   passion   for   the   kids   and   community   has served   as   inspiration   to   many   at   the   Central   Linn   Recreation   Association.     His   commitment   to   each   child   having   an   opportunity   to   play   knows   no equal.  It is an understatement to say that George will be sorely missed.  I   heard   it   said   once   that   “volunteers   don’t   have   the   time,   they   have   the heart”.      If   that’s   true,   George   Frasier   has   one   of   the   biggest   hearts   I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with.      Blaine Cheney, President Central Linn Recreation Association