Art in Rural Storefront’s Gale Everett  has installed her artwork in the library building.  Inspired by their use as an important food source for the Kalapuya tribes, she made large Camas lilies out of wire and paper and wax, with a mural behind them of the coastal hills. The art installation will be up through November.  Please join us for a Reception on Wednesday, September 24th in the Community Center.
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September Dates 9/9 -- City Council meeting 7:00 pm, City Hall 9/12 -- Ford Leadership Class 1:00 - 6:00 pm, Halsey Community Center 9/13 -- Ford Leadership Class, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Halsey Community Center 9/24 -- Art in Rural Storefronts Reception 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Halsey Community Center 9/25 -- Utility Payments due, 5:00 pm 9/27 -- Crop Walk for Hunger, 10:00 am, Halsey UMC 10/4 -- Fall Clean-up Day 7:00 am 10/7 -- Blue Heron Advisory Committee meets, 6:30 pm, City Hall
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Art in Rural Storefronts Installation

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entrance into the Library.  The money raised will go to help complete the work on the building, and for purchasing bookshelves.  The flier/order form will be in the September Newsletter, is available at City Hall, or can be downloaded here: 

Fall Clean-up Day

The 2014 Fall Clean-Up Day is set for Saturday October 4. If you need assistance in moving items to the curb for the day, please contact City Hall. The following is what is and is not acceptable: Stuff we take: Stuff we don’t take: Old tires Household garbage Cut all lumber into 4’    lengths No liquid waste, paint, or pesticides Put old appliances out on curb (empty paint cans are ok) Bundle newspapers and  magazines Unbundled trash Box or bag your glass Box or bag your plastics Separate your metal Please have items to the curb by 7am on 10/4/14. ITEMS NOT AT THE CURB BY 7:00 AM WILL NOT BE PICKED UP!
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Household Hazardous Waste Event

The first annual Household Hazardous Waste Event at Sweet Home Sanitation will be on Saturday October 11 from 10-4:30 at the Sweet Home Transfer Station at 1325 18th Ave, Sweet Home, OR. All Sweet Home Sanitation residential garbage customers are eligible to drop off up to 300 lbs of non-paint material.  Please bring a copy of your recent garbage bill to show you are a current customer.  If you are not a current customer, you can participate for $10.  Commercial customers can participate for $15.  If you are not a current customer, you need to call ahead of time.  What they take: Gas, diesel, oil filters Paint (Maximum 5 gal container size) Fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, solvents, paint thinners, fluorescent light bulbs Cleaners, bleach, propane,  prescriptions What they don’t take: Explosives Radioactive material Biological/infectious Needles/syringes Asbestos For more information, call: (541) 367-2535 or (888) 325-5068
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The Halsey City Council and the Halsey Library Committee would like to offer you the chance to place your name, a family name or a loved one’s name on a brass plaque that will be mounted on a Memorial Wall at the new Halsey City Library.  The Library Memorial Wall will be built on the inside of the porch wall that faces the

Library Memorial Wall