Saturday, Oct. 19, will be a busy day in Grant County with the Kam Wah Chung & Company Museum's 25th anniversary, a flea market at Trowbridge Pavilion and Cornerstone Christian Fellowship's entertainers Ira & Friends.

Everyone is reminded to buy tickets early for the John Day Senior Center's Hawaiian Luau on Oct. 26.

The Mt. Vernon Grange members served baked chicken on Oct. 10. The entree was furnished by John Day True Value Hardware and Jim and Carrie Bellinger attended the meal. Wilma Bauer led the flag salute and Bob Willey asked the blessing.

Old Time Country - Tom and Vivian Tucker and Tom Whale - entertained the senior crowd. Sometimes the Tuckers are involved in jam sessions at their business, Second Hand Rose in Mt. Vernon.

Don and Bev Kloss of Ontario attended with Lucille Fooks and Dr. Lee Harris was a guest of Lee Mahoney. Residents of Valley View and Golden Heritage also attended.

Thelma Temple was awarded the certificate from Chester's Thriftway.

During Oct. 9 bingo, Linda Tussing, Ken Sillihar and Alva Conlee split the $30 consolation; Crystal Hanison won $50 consolation.

Valley View furnished the entree of soup and sandwiches on Monday, Oct. 14, and Andy and Carla Anderson helped serve. Carla led the flag salute and the Rev. Andy Anderson asked the blessing.

Don Thomasson received the certificate from John Day Pharmacy and Fred Stoltz, Len's Drug.

Salisbury steak will be served Thursday, Oct. 17, and pizza on Monday, Oct. 21.

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