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In this episode, Canby Herald staffers'mostly just laugh at Tanner's various voices

MORGAN URTON - Carol Rosen refuses to be photographed.Things got off to a slow start, but the 12th episode of the Canby Vibe soon heated up into a frenzy of information and general mayhem.

Kristen Wohlers offered her thoughts on the Red for Ed rallies that were taking place in the area, the importance of education funding and the political machinations that seem to make it all struggle to come to fruition.

And from there, the rest of the staff—reporter Carol Rosen, sports writer Tanner Russ, and editor John Baker—embarked on a mesmerizing crusade of discussing the youth summit, Canby sports, the changing face of Canby as old things pass into memory and new things are created – such a Dave's Prescription Shop and the new revitalization grant that will be used to turn the old library into something new and exciting.



While Kristen was without a wine recommendation for this episode, Tanner regaled us with bawdy tales of his peach-blackberry Rebel drink, for once eschewing the bitter taste and emotional turmoil of a regular energy drink.

Onward the staff plowed on, discussing the potential of this year's Canby Farmers Market, the joy of the new wine/sandwich shop going into The Dahlia, and basking in the glow of John getting to talk for a few minutes about the Oregon Renaissance Faire coming to Canby in June. Will he dress up in costume or won't he? That question is up for debate.

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