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Cello Talk with Priscilla Hawkins…

Presents:
Cello Talk and Workshop with Priscilla Hawkins
The Carson City Symphony Association will hold a Lecture-Demonstration-Workshop on Tuesday, September 21, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m., in the orchestra/band room at Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Road, Carson City.  The event features Priscilla Hawkins, who has performed as cello soloist and chamber musician; taught strings and presented cello workshops in Michigan and California; been guest Master Teacher in the Azores Islands; and recorded two CDs.

Ms. Hawkins will discuss “The History and Development of the Cello,” and then lead a workshop on “The Mechanics of Producing Your Best Cello Tone.” The presentation will include a rare, brief video of brilliant cellist Emanuel Feuermann playing “Spinning Song” by Popper in the 1930s.

Carson City Symphony’s “Symphony Youth Strings” cellists, Carson City Middle and High School orchestra cellists, and adult cellists will participate. Student musicians and the public are invited to attend as observers. Cellists – bring your instrument!

Admission to the Cello Lecture-Demonstration-Workshop is free. Current COVID-19 guidelines require all participants and visitors to be masked in the building.

This event is a partnership between the Carson City Symphony Association and the Carson City School District, and is funded in part by a grant from Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information, call the Symphony at 775-883-4154, email carsoncitysympony@gmail.com, or see CCSymphony.com.

Finally, it’s okay to go back into the water…

D River Beach health advisory lifted Friday, Sept. 17

PORTLAND, Ore.—Oregon Health Authority (OHA) today lifted a public health advisory for contact with ocean water at D River Beach, located in Lincoln County.

The health authority issued the advisory Sept. 14 after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria in ocean waters.

Results from follow-up tests taken by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) showed lower bacteria levels. Contact with the ocean water no longer poses a higher-than-normal risk. Officials recommend staying out of large pools on the beach that are frequented by birds, and runoff from those pools, because the water may contain increased bacteria from fecal matter.

Since 2003, state officials have used a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to monitor popular Oregon beaches and make timely reports to the public about elevated levels of fecal bacteria. Oregon state agencies participating in this program are OHA, DEQ and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

For more information, visit the Oregon Beach Monitoring Program website at http://www.healthoregon.org/beach or call 971-673-0440, or call OHA toll-free information line at 877-290-6767.

Lincoln County Cultural Coalition announces opening of 2022 grant program, deadline set for October 15

Lincoln County Cultural Coalition announces opening of 2022 grant program, deadline set for October 15 

The Lincoln County Cultural Coalition (LCCC) and the Sponenburgh Memorial Trust are now accepting applications for their FY2022 grant cycle, funding programs delivering arts, culture, heritage and humanities to the residents of Lincoln County. The coalition members encourage nonprofits, individuals, schools and civic organizations to learn more and apply online at www.lincolnccc.org. Applications are due October 15th.  For more information please see attached press release.

Thank you,

Oregon Coast Council for the Arts

 

Financial Advisor Duane Silbernagel Invites You!!

We’ve changed, for the better.

We are certain you’re aware of the recent acquisition of Waddell & Reed by LPL Financial, a leading platform provider and partner to financial advisors.
This turns out to be the perfect time for us to announce our rebranding. As most of you know we are based out of Lincoln City, OR – which is located at the Ocean’s Edge.
We are incredibly excited about the platform that LPL will provide us to utilize, and our clients access to. A tremendous amount of time and thought have gone into our new logo and website.

In the design of the logo, first and foremost, we had to incorporate our Lincoln City roots – which is why it is designed to look like a wave in the mighty Pacific Ocean.
 When thinking about the Pacific Ocean, it is an abundance of resources – something we strive to be for you.
 There are nearly unlimited capabilities and power contained inside that massive body of water – representing the capabilities Ocean’s Edge has access to harnessing the LPL platform.
 Our financial situations are fluid, but our lives always seem to find a balance – similar to how water always finds level.
Paying closer attention to the intricacies of the curling wave. This circular shape represents the financial planning process, as an iterative and continual process that is changing.
Last, (my favorite component) is the 7 components of the wave, representing the 7 steps to the financial planning process.
So, as you notice the changes in our branding, signs and promotions. Know that this is a strictly a cosmetic change. We appreciate your business and want to continue providing the level of service that you’ve come accustom to. Please provide any feedback you wish by reaching out with thoughts, requests or compliments.  As always, please never hesitate to call us anytime.
Looking forward to your continued support.
Thank you.

The Ocean’s Edge team
Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/SIPC

Traffic Crash in Depoe Bay

11:52pm  Two vehicle crash in Depoe Bay at 101 and NE Clarke.  One vehicle is on its side – driver trapped inside.  Both vehicles are blocking southbound 101 lanes.

11:59pm  Both drivers are out of their vehicles.  One is being transported to a hospital to be checked out. 

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