The Lions/PEHS ICE Rink is open today Dec 27, IF YOU CALL
But do not hesitate to call! Best to use the cell #541 403 2985
(Note that I can stay warm and work at the computer in the green house)
WE WILL PROBABLY KEEP 1-3 HOURS ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Sunday is less likely. Stay tuned.
See the unitedcommunitypartners.org <unitedcommunitypartners.org/> to sign up for updates-pass the word Call steve white at 541 403 2985 or 541 742 2985 (home) to arrange special openings or night skating under lights Take advantage of openings as we have variable weather
The Lions/PEHS ICE Rink is op today and tomorrow. BUT WE WILL ONLY OPEN IF YOU CALL But do not hesitate to call! Best to use the cell #541 403 2985
The mornings are better for hard ice. It may get fragile into the afternoon.
We will try to keep 1-3 pm hours Fri-Sun. Stay tuned
See the unitedcommunitypartners.org <unitedcommunitypartners.org/> to sign up for updates-pass the word Call steve white at 742 2985 to arrange special openings or night skating under lights Take advantage of openings as we have variable weather
A mind map is a great way to clear your thinking on any subject or project. Some people use the technique as a “brain dump” which helps a lot with overwhelm when you have too many ideas floating around in your head. It is a visual technique which helps get past a lot of the blocks our brains set for us. It is also a great way to take notes in any class! This is an example of how a mind map works. The instructor is using a tablet but all you need is a big piece of paper and some fresh markers!
From the Wikipedia on Mind Mapping:
Tony Buzan suggests the following guidelines for creating mind maps:
Start in the center with an image of the topic, using at least 3 colors.
Use images, symbols, codes, and dimensions throughout your mind map.
Select key words and print using upper or lower case letters.
Each word/image is best alone and sitting on its own line.
The lines should be connected, starting from the central image. The lines become thinner as they radiate out from the center.
Make the lines the same length as the word/image they support.
Use multiple colors throughout the mind map, for visual stimulation and also for encoding or grouping.
Develop your own personal style of mind mapping.
Use emphasis and show associations in your mind map.
Keep the mind map clear by using radial hierarchy or outlines to embrace your branches.
You will need:
paper – preferably large enough that you can go wild.
markers and maybe pencils
a quite block of time to focus without distraction
Mindmapping programs are available. Some are open source, some will cost you. In general – pens and paper works great! The goal though is not to get fussy. The goal is to capture your thoughts and ideas fast!
You do NOT need to be a skilled artist to create mind maps but some folks have made a career of offering this service. Be inspired but don’t worry if yours is more plain or basic!
The Lions/PEHS ICE Rink is closed today Sunday Dec 23, 1-3 pm. The weather is turning warm. Look for possible openings later in the week. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Go to UCP sign up for updates -pass the word. Call Steve white at 742 2985 to arrange special openings or night skating under lights. Take advantage of openings as we have variable weather!
The Lions/PEHS ICE Rink is open today Saturday Dec 22, 1-3 pm. Check tomorrow for possible opening but the weather is turning warm.
See the unitedcommunitypartners.org to sign up for updates-pass the word. Call Steve white at 742 2985 to arrange special openings or night skating under lights.
Take advantage of openings as we have variable weather!
We’ve recently had a little trouble with our registration system for the Strategic Ranching on a Landscape with Wolves Workshop. It is fixed now. If you’ve had any trouble in the last few days trying to register please try again.
You should clear your browser cache if it does not work.
Please note: To attend the workshop you MUST pre-register and pay by Jan. 5th as the meal plan is pre-purchased by Shella DelCurto and the team putting on the event. Tickets will not be available on the day of the event. Please help get the word out.
This is a second message to let you know the ICE Rink is open today 1-3 pm, and maybe tomorrow. The nights have been much colder than advertised. Please check your messages tomorrow morning for possible opening 1-3 pm.
The ice is OK to skate today and maybe tomorrow because night temps were far lower than predicted.
National Weather Service predicts night temps in the high twenties tomorrow but if lower then it should be OK
Check your updates tomorrow, Saturday and even Sunday
If you would like to skate today or tonight (lights!) please call and I will be happy to open up. 742 2985 or 403 2985
The Lions/PEHS ICE Rink will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jan 11-13, 1-3 pm. Again, special times including night skating for small or large groups can be done by calling, 541 403 2985, or 541 [more info]
VISION: United Community Partners is dedicated to the success of Pine Valley and the Baker County Panhandle as home to vibrant communities informed by our rural heritage, nurtured by our natural wonders, guided by shared principles and sustained by the creative energy of people leading healthy, productive, rewarding lives.
MISSION: United Community Partners facilitates access to organizational assistance for citizen-led initiatives which stimulate economic activity, foster goodwill and fellowship, and enhance Pine Valley and Panhandle communities as rural places to live and work.
United Community Partners is community development 501c3 organization in Baker County, Oregon serving the Pine-Eagle Community.
United Community Partners
P.O. BOX 545
Halfway, OR 97834
We meet first Monday of the month
Presbyterian Fellowship Annex 4:00-6:30 PM NEW TIME!
Please arrive a little before 4 if possible.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Open space early in the meeting for community members to raise issues and projects.
Jerry Norquist – President
Kat Davis – Vice President
Deanna Bowman-Pennock – Secretary
Steve White – Treasurer
BOARD MEMBERS Liz McLellan – board member and tech consultant