Monthly 'What's Brewing?' to be held Wednesday, Nov. 28
There are changes to the Football Contest for this week only! The Central Oregonian office will be closed Thursday and Friday for the employees to spend Thanksgiving with their families. Get your Football Contest entries dropped off at the Central Oregonian office by Wednesday, Nov. 21 by 4 p.m. Find the entry forms and game picks in today's Central Oregonian on page A11.
You could win a $25 gift certificate to Meadow Lakes Golf Course & Restaurant for correctly picking the most winners and also be entered to "Beat Helmet Head." You could win a gift certificate to Subway, Prineville location only.
One lucky winner will win the grand prize of $300 if they have the most correct picks throughout the 10-week contest.
This week's winner for the $25 gift certificate to Ericksons Thriftway was Derek Puckett, with 13 out of 20 games picked correctly.
All entries that "Beat Helmet Head" were placed in a random drawing, and the winner of the Subway gift certificate for beating Helmet Head was Anita Endresen.
Congratulations to the winners of week #6, and make sure you get your week #7 entries in. For more information, contact the Central Oregonian at 541-447-6205.
Prineville Perk will take the week off this week for the Thanksgiving holiday. It will resume next week, Friday, Nov. 30. For more information on Prineville Perk, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 541-447-6304.
Mid Oregon Credit Union is encouraging the communities it serves to contribute to the annual Holiday Dough Fundraiser in every Mid Oregon branch to support local charities that provide food, clothing and shelter for individuals and families in the greatest need during the holidays.
Members and the general public can stop by any Mid Oregon branch to donate to Holiday Dough through Friday, Dec. 7. All contributions will stay in the community where they are collected, and 100 percent of the donations will benefit local agencies.
In Crook County, all donations will go to benefit Crook County Holiday Partnership, providing holiday support to seniors, children and families in need in Crook County.
Giving back to the community is a core value of Mid Oregon Credit Union, aligning with its credit union philosophy of "people helping people." Mid Oregon members responded generously during last year's Holiday Dough effort, donating nearly $2,000 to local holiday food banks. With recent changes to the food pantry offerings in several local communities, Mid Oregon is hoping that support will be even greater in 2018.
Crook County Foundation's "What's Brewing?" will be held next Wednesday, Nov. 28 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Meadow Lakes Restaurant. There will be three presenters: Executive Director of Crook County Parks and Recreation Duane Garner, City of Prineville Public Works Director Eric Klann, and City of Prineville Associate Planner, Community Development Casey Kaiser.
There will be updates from the City of Prineville and Crook County Parks and Recreation on a number of recreation projects that are in the works or in the future for our community, including, what's going on with the new indoor pool planning process. There will also be discussions on pickleball/skate park project; Ochoco Creek park bench, lighting, surveillance project; Stryker splash pad and new playground concept; Parks and Recreation Foundation; campgrounds improvements; trail projects; future planning for Parks and Recreation and City of Prineville; Wetlands Complex; and Barnes Butte recreation.