Explore Prinevilles History at Bowman Museum this Saturday

Prineville Perk will be held at Crook County Fire and Rescue Prineville Station on Friday, March 7. They are located at 500 N.E. Belknap St. For more information on Prineville Perk, contact the Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce at 541-447-6304.

The Chamber is looking for businesses to hold the weekly gathering. If you would like to have active chamber members come to your business, have coffee, and learn what your business has to offer the community, give Kandice a call to get assigned a Friday that is convenient for you.

The "What’s Brewing?" weekly community forum will be held on Wednesday, March 5, from 7 to 8 a.m., at Meadow Lakes Restaurant. This week’s speaker will be Kate Klein, Ochoco Forest Supervisor, who will host a discussion entitled, “The new ATV trail system proposal.” The community forum is free and open to the public, and breakfast is available for purchase.

Crook County Middle School will be holding an Outdoor School fundraiser during their annual science fair on March 14, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Plan on walking through the science fair that will be held in the small gym, stopping by the cafeteria for a hot dog, and supporting the sixth graders who will be attending outdoor school this spring. For more information or to make a donation to the outdoor school program, call 541-447-6283.

Sandra K. Wyman, of Prineville, received the Outstanding Achievement Award for Stewardship at the Society for Range Management’s (SRM) 67th Annual Meeting held in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 8–13, 2014.

The Outstanding Achievement Award is presented by the Society for Range Management for outstanding achievement to members and other qualified individuals and groups working with rangelands.

Wyman’s work with the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) National Riparian Service Team constitutes a dream job for many people. She travels the western United States with a strong message and with the technical skills to mediate riparian area conflicts and disputes.

Her message is that with proper management, one can enjoy the benefits and values germane to riparian areas while at the same time protecting and enhancing the environment.

Wyman calls it like she sees it. She is quick to point out how livestock can be used as a tool for the betterment of riparian areas, and she is equally quick to point out that in certain instances, circumstances, and locations, livestock are inappropriate.

This courage and honesty has earned Wyman the reputation of being balanced, fair, and even-handed. Even in situations where tempers are short and voices are tending to be loud, everyone quiets and listens when Sandy speaks. At the end of the day, most recognize that by working together with science-based approaches, we can all receive the benefits of a sustainable resource.

Meadow Lakes Golf Course has postponed the Polar Bear Open to Saturday, March 15. For more information or to sign up, you can call the golf shop at 541-447-7113.

The Bowman Museum invites everyone to the “Explore Prineville’s History” and Open House on Saturday, March 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Take a tour of the new Crook County Medical Legacy exhibit. The museum is located at 246 N. Main St. For more information, you can call 541-447-3715.

Prineville Golf Course will be holding a membership drive tournament on March 15. If you would like to be paired with a member of the PGC, you can call 541-447-7266.

This column was written by the Central Oregonian’s general manager Teresa Tooley. If you have something that you would like to have included in the Central Oregonian’s business briefs, e-mail it to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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