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My View
by Whitman Parker, Publisher

A
h…Summer! pesto-pasta dish! Fans of Kay Faught’s
Summer is finally here – along with a jam- “My Neighbors Garden,” can dig into more
Jacksonville Publishing LLC packed June and a seasonal smorgasbord of a monthly garden photo bouquet! For
things to do in and around Jacksonville! Topping the list "Wine Talker" fans, enjoy a pre-opening
is Britt Festivals’ “A Taste of Summer,” on Saturday, June photo tour of the Applegate's newest online
11 from 11-4. This fun-filled opening day celebration of winery, Red Lily. FYI: photo-enhanced
music, art, wine and food is sponsored by Britt Festivals, articles now include this nifty "Camera" icon!
the Chamber of Commerce and Jacksonville Oregon This summer, please remember the importance of
Business Association (JOBA). In addition to the afternoon supporting our local merchants while enjoying the many
street party, don’t miss the special children’s matinee wonderful art, food, wine and music offerings in our
and opening night concert with Michael Franti. Small Town with Big Atmosphere!
On behalf of our grateful readers, the Review thanks
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and innovative guest amenities, the Britt Hill will be one image by local professional
of THE best places to be this summer!
Publishers: In addition to keeping up with what’s happening
photographer David Gibb
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Britt season. The image was
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minutes, columns, fun photos and more! Jo updates the
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online poll from May 18-21.
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City Snapshot
April 28: The final meeting of the Budget Committee May 3 City Council meeting:
Jacksonville, OR 97530 lasted less than one hour and was a testament to Council heard from Gary Miller, Executive Director
smoother inter-workings in City Hall. This year’s $6,900,000 of ACCESS. Mr. Miller was present to deliver his yearly
budget represents a fully-balanced one and includes a $5 update, which included:
541-899-9500 Office reduction in the Public Safety fee. Additionally, the budget • 17 Jacksonville households had applied for and been
541-601-1878 Cell reflects paying off $20,000 owed on the fire truck, major provided energy and weatherization assistance,
cost-saving shifts in the administrative structure of the city including insulation, caulking and duct repair services.
and a 2.5% salary increase for all city employees as per • 180 Jacksonville households had been provided
whitman@thejacksonvillereview.com prior contractual agreement. assistance with heating bills.
production@thejacksonvillereview.com May 3 Study Session: Council held a study session • 249 Jacksonville households utilized the 23 county-
before its regular meeting to learn more about wide food pantries (a sharp increase from 160).
jacksonvillereview.com management practices relevant to the city’s Urban
Renewal district program. Marla Cates, who has
• 67 Jacksonville households had utilized the ACCESS
free medical equipment loan program, borrowing
managed the program for Talent and Phoenix for nine wheelchairs, walkers, seats, crutches and medical
The Review is printed locally years, gave an informative and fact-filled presentation beds. This program is not means tested and is open
wherein she outlined the intricacies of the program for to any resident of Jackson County.
by Valley Web Printing the council. Jacksonville has been collecting UR taxes Mr. Miller complimented the new Medford Food
on property tax bills since 2002, when voters narrowly Project and pointed out that Jacksonville’s involvement
approved the formation of the taxing district. The has been substantial and is contributing to the overall
program is scheduled to sunset in 2027. Currently, success of feeding needy families. Additionally, Mr.
Jacksonville’s UR fund takes in about $40,000 more than Miller noted that ACCESS is involved with a food
it spends on debt service each year. In 2005, UR funds program at Royal Mobile Estates in Jacksonville,
were tapped to help finance the major reconstruction providing a once-monthly added food distribution day
of Jacksonville’s multi-million dollar water, sewer and for the elderly. Mr. Miller, who said he was retiring
street lighting project. Of the $6 million total UR funds in nine days, then received a well-deserved round of
available, the city currently owes $1.5 million, of which it applause and thanks at the conclusion of his remarks.
repays nearly $141,000 each year. Once the outstanding Council unanimously approved two temporary OLCC
debt is repaid, members of council expressed interest permits to Corks Wine Bar which will be used during the
in examining the use of future UR funds to offer large new Art Amble event.
grants to private owners of historic downtown core Council unanimously approved three Transient
buildings for historic preservation, seismic retrofitting Lodging Tax (bed tax) grants to Britt Festivals ($1200) for
and fire sprinkler enhancements. the June 11 opening day celebration event, Jacksonville
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CITY HALL HAPPENINGS


A Few Minutes with From the Firehouse to
the Mayor Your House
by Paul Becker by Fire Chief, Devin Hull
Driving Through Town… Barbecue Safety Tips

A G
s I was driving down 5th this sense of endowment to the future is rilling and barbecues during the • Never grill/
Street on my way to the office obligatory. More importantly, we have summer months are standard barbecue
recently, I slowed down the tool for it. If we simply change the summer activities for many in enclosed areas – deadly carbon
mentally, long enough to look at the zoning and restore the right of a property U.S. families. However, grilling can be a monoxide could be produced.
scenery. What an attractive entrance to owner to build a residential structure on dangerous activity, causing some 6,000 • Make sure everyone knows to Stop,
downtown! From Royal Mobile Estates 5th Street, we will prevent it from turning fires (costing $35 million in property Drop and Roll in the event a piece of
to the corner of California Street, there into another Byzantine marketplace. damages) yearly. clothing does catch fire. Call 911 or
is a blend of commercial, residential But what are your views? Am I beating a Follow the following tips for safe your local emergency number if a burn
and historic structures with trees, lawns horse already headed for the glue factory, or barbecue usage:* warrants serious medical attention.
and even a few open spaces. It really is there some interest on your part in trying • Before using a grill, check the Did You Know?
is a pleasant drive. This idea may run to preserve what we have here? Let us know connection between the propane *In a study cited by the U.S. Fire
counter to those who have expressed their at City Hall. We’d love to hear from you. tank and the fuel line. Make sure the Administration, it was found that the
negative feelings about the car wash or Now, with summer approaching, Venturi tubes (where the air and gas most common reason for the ignition of
three-storied Pioneer Village. I mention this column will be my last until Labor mix) are not blocked. grill fires was mechanical failure. The
these only because I’ve heard complaints Day. Not that we’ll be absent… we’ll still • Do not overfill the propane tank. next most common causes of unwanted
about them more than any of the other be on the job every day. Since January • Do not wear loose clothing while grill fires were:
structures. However, even these add to we have made much-needed progress, cooking at a barbecue. 1. Leaving the grill unattended.
the diversity of the street scene. including the adoption of a new budget. • Be careful when using lighter fluid. 2. Grilling near combustible materials.
Upon reaching City Hall, another But issues remain which need clarification Do not add fluid to an already lit fire 3. Having improper control of open
thought struck me: “Enjoy the drive and/or resolution. You can keep abreast because the flame can flashback up flames.
while you can, for like everything else of them by following the City Council into the container and explode.
in our lives, it too will one day be only a proceedings. Better yet, start attending • Keep all matches and lighters away FIRE EXTINGUISHER CLASS
memory.” Already zoned for commercial them. We’re a small town…it’s not from children. Teach your children to
RESCHEDULED
new development, one day this will be difficult to get into the middle of things. report any loose matches or lighters
Citizen Fire Extinguisher
nothing more than another street lined None of us in government are so smart or to an adult immediately. Supervise
Training class will be held on
with office buildings and retail stores. In efficient that we can’t listen to suggestions children around outdoor grills.
short, it will be what I call “Everytown, or new ideas. When I began this • Dispose of hot coals properly - douse Saturday, July 9, 10am-Noon
U.S.A”…and what a shame that will be. journey with you in January, I promised them with plenty of water, and stir at the fire station.
How to prevent it? Ah, but there’s the transparency. Your involvement helps them to ensure that the fire is out. There will be a video/lecture and
rub… for no community can prevent achieve that. Indeed, it almost guarantees Never place them in plastic, paper or hands-on live fire training. (The
growth, nor should it want to. But… it it, for an informed and involved citizenry wooden containers. video will start every half hour)
should control it. Yet few seem to. Our is essential to controlling government…
generation should try to pass along some and most certainly at the local level.
sense of the beauty in which we live. Have a good summer. If you want to
Indeed, I have always held the view that get in touch, I’ll be at City Hall. Police Chief David Towe Recognized
Jacksonville Fire & Rescue by City for 20 Years of Service
“Burning to Learn”
On June 4, 2011 firefighters from on experience dealing with live fire.
Jacksonville Fire & Rescue will be burning House burn drills allow firefighters to
a house at 560 “G” Street for training learn the limits of their equipment and
purposes. At the request of the owner, tactics in an educational, non-emergency
the house is slated to be demolished, environment. This type of training also
therefore providing a real world allows firefighters to keep their skills and
classroom for the department. teamwork sharp for real emergencies
Beginning about 8:00 am, firefighters where seconds count and there is little
will set and extinguish a series of fires room for error.
in the house. Eventually, as the house Jacksonville Fire & Rescue is dedicated
becomes unsafe to enter, firefighters will to the people they serve and protect.
allow it to burn to the ground. The fire These exercises are just one example of
will be kept under control at all times how your firefighters sharpen their skills
with firefighters extending lines around so that, in time of need, you will receive
the house to insure the fire stays confined. the highest level of service possible.
The training will be cancelled if the JVFD thanks you for your cooperation
weather becomes too dry or windy. As and understanding, and invites you to
always, safety is the number one concern. watch this exercise...from a safe distance.
Training burns such as these are If you have questions about the training Police Chief David Towe received a recognition plaque from Mayor Paul Becker at the May
critical for firefighters. One of the best exercise, please call the Jacksonville Fire & 17th City Council Meeting. The plaque reads, “In appreciation for 20 years of dedication and
learning environments is actual hands- Rescue at 541-899-7246. service to the citizens of Jacksonville.” Congratulations Chief Towe!

JACKSONVILLE OFFICE HOURS POLICE BLOTTER


CITY OFFICE PLANNING DEPARTMENT Jacksonville Police Department
Monday - Friday Monday, Tuesday & Friday A consolidated report based on type of calls & number of incidences
8:30am - 4:00pm
9am – 12pm & 1pm – 4pm
(541) 899-1231 April 22, 2011 to May 22, 2011
MUNICIPAL COURT CLERK Wednesday: 9am – 12pm
Monday - Friday: 1pm - 4pm Thursday – Closed Call Type - Total Calls

City Offices 541-899-1231 Abandoned Auto - 1 Drug Law Violation - 1


Alarm - False - 4 Fraud - Other - 1
www.cityofjacksonvilleoregon.com
All Other - Other - 3 Fugitive - 1
All Other - Trespass - 1 Intimidation, Threats/Harassment - 1
JACKSONVILLE CITY SCHEDULE Animal Problem - 5 Larceny - All Other Larceny - 3
CITY COUNCIL: Tuesday, June 7, 7:00pm (OCH) Assist - Other Government Agency - 12 Larceny - Shoplifting - 1
Assist - Other Law Enforcement MVA Non-Injury - 1
PLANNING COMMISSION: Wednesday, June 8, 6:00pm (OCH)
Agencies - 11 Property Found/Lost - 4
PUBLIC SAFETY MEETING: Monday, June 13, 4:00pm (NVR) Assist - Public - 20 Public Safety - 2
HARC HEARING OFFICER: Wednesday, June 15, 10:00am (CC) Burglary - Business - 1 Sex Crime - Other - 1
CITY COUNCIL: Tuesday, June 21, 7:00pm (OCH) Burglary - Residence - 3 Sick - Cared For - 7
HARC: Wednesday, June 22, 2-5pm (OCH) Civil Complainant - 2 Sudden Death Male Adult - 1
County / City Ordinance - 1 Suspicious - 15
LOCATION KEY; CH - Old City Hall (S. Oregon & Main) CC - Community Disorderly Conduct - 1 Traffic/Roads - 1
Center(160 E. Main Street) NVR - Naversen Room (Jacksonville Library) Disturbance/Noise - 5 Vandalism - 1
FH - Fire Hall(180 N. 3rd St. @ C) Domestic Disturbance - 3
June 2011 The Jacksonville Review Page 7

Police Department Launches Jacksonville Has a Museum!


Senior Watch Program By Carolyn Kingsnorth
The Jacksonville Police Department
is now proud to offer a Senior Watch
Participating seniors will be asked to
fill out an application which includes
President, Jacksonville Heritage Society, Inc.
Program. The new program is designed names of physicians, general health Ever since the Southern Oregon Doug and Kerri Hecox, Frau Kemmling’s
to assist senior citizens (60 years of age needs/disclosures, allergies, special Historical Society (SOHS) closed the Schoolhaus Brewhaus, David Gibb,
or older) or disabled adults (55+ with needs and emergency contacts. Courthouse, community members have Marnie Kapule, Stephanie Butler, Anne
a life threatening illness or injury) who Program Descriptions: lamented the lack of a local museum. Peugh, Gillian Frederick, Greg Fischer,
reside within the city limits, alone, with The “Check In” program is for senior “Visitors come to Jacksonville for Whit and Jo Parker, Ken Snoke, Sarah
no means or capacity to leave their home citizens who may live alone. Once a its history, but all there is to see are Hanby, and Frank Steele!
or without friends or family to check on day, they will call the PD. If a call is buildings,” is a common complaint. “We It almost “took a village” for just those
their well-being. The program aims to missed, an officer will call or stop to need a museum!” two events. To maintain Jacksonville’s
serve residents without family members check if everything’s O.K. (Benefit of Yet Jacksonville has a museum – it’s one remaining museum and to open it to
or friends to check on them regularly. this program is the client doesn’t have called the Beekman House! This modest the public on a regular basis, it’s going
How it Works: to be home to call in.) Classical Revival structure, built between to take community-wide support and a
Interested participants may contact The “Elderly Call” program. On 1870 and 1876, housed one of the corps of volunteers. We can host fund-
the Jacksonville Police Department designated days and times, the police wealthiest and most prominent families raising events and write grants, but,
Clerk at 541-899-7100 to communicate department will call the clients home in pioneer Jacksonville. Cornelius C. ultimately, it all comes down to you!
interest in the program. The Police to check on their welfare. Again, if no Beekman, who came to Jacksonville in We’re looking at monthly costs of $600
Clerk will schedule an appointment contact is made an officer will be sent to the early 1850s as an express agent for and deferred maintenance exceeding
for the Community Service Officer the home to check on their welfare. Cram & Rogers Express, eventually $200,000. Are you willing to sponsor
to conduct a home visit to meet the The “Senior Watch” program is for established Beekman’s Bank, the oldest the costs of the Beekman House for one
senior or disabled adult, compile an seniors who may need our help more bank in Southern Oregon and the second month? A portion of the costs? Business
emergency information sheet, and help than others. The PD or a designated oldest bank in the Pacific Northwest. and individuals underwriting $200
the person choose a program in which volunteer will visit the client once a Beekman became a business tycoon, or more in Beekman House monthly
to participate. Programs may consist of week (or more) to check on their welfare. served as Mayor of Jacksonville, was a operating costs will be recognized in the
Check In, Elederly Call or Senior Watch. Master of Jacksonville’s Masonic Lodge, Jacksonville Review.
ran for Governor of Oregon
Alvis Gets an “A” (losing by less only 69
votes), and was a Regent of
The following letter was prepared by Mayor long time. This is due in part, once again, the University of Oregon
Paul Becker and read into the record during to Jeff’s communication skills. However, for over 15 years. The
the May 3 City Council Meeting. it is also due to the untold hours he spent Beekman Chair of Pacific
Review of Jeff Alvis for City Council in reviewing every facet of the prior and Northwest History is
On Feb.1 Jeff Alvis was promoted to city budgets with Stacey, our Treasurer. the oldest endowed chair at
the position of Interim Administrator Together, they achieved a mastery of the the University of Oregon.
for a period of six months, after which budgeting process which is impressive The Beekmans – Cornelius,
he would move into the position of given the short time allowed for this task. Julia, Ben, and Carrie – were
Administrator permanently. The We are a small city with a small staff the only family to occupy
city council requested a ninety day in city administration. Nonetheless, the home at the corner
performance review on May 1. The there is a reasonably effective chain- of E. California and
following are my observations… of-command which Jeff has managed Laurelwood streets. The
Public Works: Jeff continues to to install and utilize in day-to-day objects and furnishings they
manage the Public Works Department operations. Not only has it worked well, accumulated spanned the
with heavy reliance on Richard Shields but there is a noticeable improvement in mid-Victorian era to post
who has assumed greater responsibility morale within the office. I think this is World War II. All of the
in lieu of Jeff’s “hands-on” time. This apparent to almost everyone who enters furniture and
arrangement has worked extremely city hall. From the Treasurer/ Office household items
well with no apparent or discernible Manager to the Recorder to the Planning are original to Individual Sponsors:
degradation in performance on the part Director’s day-to-day operations, there is the Beekman Douglas & Kerri Hecox
of the department. Obviously, this will a spirit of cooperation that is new to my family, a rarity Linda Kestner
require further review when Jeff Alvis’ perspective. This can only be attributed today when Scott & Christin Sherbourne
final six-month review is conducted. to the management skills Jeff has brought most historic Bob & Joyce Stevens
Planning: Jeff has stepped into this to the job… skills which were developed homes are Charley & Jeneana Wilson
operation in exceeding good fashion. His during his long tenure in the Public staged with
communication skills have been made Works Department. “period pieces.” Today the house is Business Sponsors:
evident in the numerous discussions with Obviously, I am pleased to report in furnished with Beekman artifacts from Dave & Janice Mills, Airport Chevrolet
the planning staff, citizens, and concerned this fashion. This is not to suggest that we around 1911, a wonderful documentary of
& Cadillac
neighbors such as the organized residents have no remaining challenges. We have life at the beginning of the 20th Century.
The Jacksonville Review
surrounding Bigham Knoll. Some of these many. One such is the physical redesign The Jacksonville Heritage Society
inherited the Beekman House from the
The Jacksonville Woodlands Association
meetings required an ability to remain and layout of city work space… an
sensitive to the feelings of the parties undertaking already in progress. We still Southern Oregon Historical Society in
involved while continuing to strive for an have to follow through with the decision 2010 when SOHS had to chose between Business In-Kind:
objective understanding and agreement to seriously enforce city codes throughout serving its mission or managing County Dave Harter Plumbing
on the part of everyone. It is true that he the community. There also remain any owned buildings. Last September, the Spring Air Heating and Cooling
has never been a planner as had been number of questions to resolve and Jacksonville Heritage Society assumed Byron Marron Lawn Service
the former administrator. However, his answer with items such as the resolution legal management of the Beekman House, Ray’s Market
skills in organization development and of the Hinger house pay-off and the Beekman Bank, St. Joseph’s Catholic Bill Savage, Rain Technologies, Inc.
communication have more than sufficed growing need for an all-encompassing Rectory, and the historic Jackson County
for any supposed lack of background in community center. However, I can Courthouse Complex.
this area. I would say Jeff has excelled in honestly report to this council that I To date, the newly formed Friends Are you willing to make a donation
this department. believe Jeff to be up to these tasks. of St. Joseph’s aspire to manage the towards Beekman House deferred
City Administration: I think everyone In ninety days I will make my second Rectory, and the Jacksonville Heritage maintenance? That money will go into
involved in the budget process these past and final performance review report on Society has found a potential occupant a “kitty” that will be used as matching
three months would agree that this is the Jeff to the council. I have no reason to think for the Courthouse and sponsors for the funds for grant applications.
smoothest one the city has had in a very it will be anything other than positive. Beekman Bank. We would like to ensure Are you willing to be a Friend of the
that the Beekman House also becomes Beekman House? We need volunteers to
Fire Department Busy Responding a success story, since the Beekmans plan, operate, and staff Beekman House
played key roles in Southern Oregon events and tours, and possibly revitalize
to 3 Structure Fires in 40 Days! history and their home is an essential the “living history” program.
When firefighters arrived at 160 Vintage to by firefighters before being transported part of our heritage. In other words, we need you! You can
Circle at 1:00 am on April 8, dispatchers had by Mercy Flights to an area hospital. As Jacksonville’s only remaining make the Beekman House viable! You can
already advised the crew that the family At 4:00 am on Thursday, May 19, museum, the Beekman House is a vital make it possible to retain Jacksonville’s
of four, including a newborn infant and firefighters were dispatched to 440 West community asset. The Jacksonville one remaining museum. You can make
visiting house guests, had safely evacuated. California Street and met by six residents Heritage Society wants to see it continue sure that Jacksonville’s heritage will
On-scene, what responders didn’t yet know and three dogs who had evacuated the as such. To celebrate our heritage and continue to be shared with residents and
was that the fire had spread to the attic and structure. With the home heavily involved showcase this local gem, JHS’s initial focus visitors alike! Remember, history is not
roof, prompting a second alarm for backup. with fire at the rear and heat and smoke has been on events. In April, we opened just about your ancestors; it’s about you!
Quick response time and action minimized spreading quickly, the severity of the the House for the Annual Woodlands Join us in preserving Jacksonville’s
damage, estimated at $70,000. situation prompted Jacksonville crews to Hike-A-Thon and the 60+ people who history and heritage! The Jacksonville
On Friday May 13 at 10:00 pm, call for backup assistance from District #3 were “Hiking to Preserve History.” A Heritage Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(3)
firefighters responded to the Royal and #5. Additionally, Applegate District week later, the Jacksonville Heritage tax-exempt non-profit. For additional
Mobile Home Park at 1055 N. 5th Street #9 crews were then dispatched to man the Society hosted the Beekman House Easter information or to become a volunteer
where they aggressively attacked a master Jacksonville Fire Department during the Egg Roll. Over 160 adults and children Friend of the Beekman House, please call
bedroom and bathroom fire. Luckily, the incident. Jacksonville FD had responded enjoyed egg decorating, egg rolls, an egg 541-245-3650 or e-mail info@jvilleheritage.
resident had heard the smoke detectors within five minutes of the 911 call and toss, live music, and House tours. org. To become a sponsor or donor, please
and had escaped. However, during had the fire out in 40 minutes. The cause A huge thank you goes to our sponsors, make checks payable to the Jacksonville
the cleanup stage, the elderly resident of the fire was sub-standard electrical and donors, and volunteers who made this Heritage Society and mail them to P.O.
experienced chest pain and was attended a faulty doorbell. possible – Scott and Christin Sherbourne, Box 783, Jacksonville, OR 97530.
Page 8 The Jacksonville Review June 2011

SPOTLIGHT
Kiwanis Complete Another Community Project New Art at Élan Gallery
Élan Gallery is proud to present the Painting is what I love."
work of artist, Gabriel Mark Lipper, Stop by Élan, meet the artist and
for the month of June. This remarkable sample John F. Guerrero Wines on Friday
show of plein-air oil paintings reflects the evening, May 27, during Jacksonville's
purple hills, woodland trails, shimmering first Art Amble.
lakes and rolling rivers found close to Gabriel will be teaching a "Plein-Air"
his home in Ashland, Oregon. Whether workshop on July 9 & 10. See artofgabriel.com
Gabriel is pushing or limiting his palette, for details.
the versatility of
his craftsmanship
is evident. With
several public
murals and
paintings housed
in numerous
collections,
Gabriel takes
care to balance
his time between
art galleries,
commissions and
studio work. When
asked which he
prefers he replied,
"It's all painting.
For 2011, the Jacksonville Kiwanis Club their annual community service project.
spruced-up the public restroom building Each year, the Kiwanis Club completes a
between the Post Office and the Library. community service project to improve the The Storytelling Guild Presents Their 45th Annual
Known as the “Jackson Creek Junction”
building, it was fully scraped, primed
town. Thanks again to the Kiwanis Club
for helping change the world, one child
Children's Festival at the Britt Festival Grounds
and repainted by a group of Kiwanians and one community at a time! Get ready for an adventure! You won’t projects, and of course, the daily feeding
who took on the worthwhile task as want to miss the 45th Annual Children’s of the letter-eating dragons, Rosabelle and
Festival as this year takes us around Pebbles! Older children will enjoy candle
the world with our “Read Around making, pottery and wood working,
the World!” theme. Sponsored by the while younger children will have a chance
Medford Food Project Storytelling Guild of Jackson County, this to make their own puppet, sand and easel
Jacksonville Pickup Day: innovative 3 day event will take place art, and have faces painted. The whole
July 10-12 at the Britt Festival Grounds family can also look forward to child-
June 11th in Jacksonville and will bring out the focused stage performances and yummy
creativity of both the young and young at food from our Dragon Deli.
For information on how you can get your green bag, heart as it has for generations. To find out more about the festival including
please contact Jo Parker at 541-227-8011 This “just for kids” the many available volunteer opportunities (It
event has served takes hundreds of caring volunteers to make
or jo@thejacksonvillereview.com
as an affordable all these kids smile!) please visit our website at
summertime www.storytellingguild.org.
experience in the
Rogue Valley
for generations. SCHEDULE
Admission to The festival runs a total of 4 general
the Children’s sessions over a 3 day period:
Festival remains Sunday, July 10
very low at $2.00 Session 1: Evening 5:30-8:30pm
per person. Children Monday, July 11
can enjoy hours of Session 2: Morning 9am-noon
entertainment with Session 3: Evening 6:00-8:30pm
many imagination Tuesday, July 12
themed activities. There Session 4: Morning 9am-noon
are over 35 hands-on art, craft, science

Jacksonville Lions Club Sponsors Annual Spelling


Competition at Jacksonville Elementary

Lions L to R. John Harris, Lou Mayersky, Bill Hanlan, Don Cohoon & Nick Nichols.
Kids L to R Hannah McCoy, Dominic Adams, Kyle Borovansky & Jake Pisors.
The Jacksonville Lions again together with some of the members of
sponsored the annual spelling the Jacksonville Lions Club.
competition at Jacksonville Elementary The Jacksonville Lions rent out tables
School; all of the finalists and winners (approx. 6’x3’) to groups and individuals
were awarded personalized certificates. as a fund raising activity. A large number
Winning students from the upper of the tables were recently rented to
grades were qualified to advance the Master Gardeners Association for
to District level competition. These their annual spring sale at the Central
students were awarded engraved Point Expo Center. The low rental cost
trophies and gift certificates from Barnes includes local delivery and pick-up.
and Noble. The photograph shows the Anyone interested in renting the tables should
winning students from the upper grades call Lion Lou Mayersky at 541/772-8512
June 2011 The Jacksonville Review Page 9

Your Guide to Jacksonville's Fourth Friday Art Amble


by Criss Garcia
Friday, June 24th, all of Jacksonville becomes a the heart of Jacksonville near the corner of 3rd Street the Bella Union will be open to Amblers, featuring
walking gallery as local artist’s transform retail spaces where Farmhouse Treasures and the Pot Rack will the watercolors of Art Presence powerhouse, Anne
into showplaces for their work. Participating Jacksonville be open hosting Art Presence artists. The delightful Brooke. Take a moment to soak in her classic landscapes,
businesses will be matched up with the artists of Carefree Buffalo will be stunning still life and figure paintings before crossing
Jacksonville’s Art Presence group as part of their Fourth displaying the dynamic California and heading down South Oregon Street.
Friday Art Amble. Local business owners demonstrate paintings of resident Strike some gold down at the Apple Cellar where
their civic commitment to the arts from 5:00pm-7:00pm artist Danna Tartaglia watercolor journalist, Elaine Frenett, will present her
the fourth Friday of each month through October as they and the ingeniously latest masterpieces. If you’re feeling thirsty for some
display the work of these talented regional artists. composed photography excellent vino explore the exciting works of Dianne Jean
Enjoy a pleasant summer evening discovering of Ron Moore. Erickson at Corks wine bar next door. Just across the
Jacksonville’s excellent wine and food while street, you can enjoy a quick coffee to keep you going
taking in the many artist receptions hosted through the final stretch at the Good Bean where the
throughout town. Golden pennants will mark talented Mae Wygant’s diverse artwork and Alx Fox’s
participating venues and maps are available at contemporary paintings are curated by Hannah West.
local merchants, galleries and the Visitor Center. Those ready to venture a few blocks north or south from
Experienced Amblers start or end their night the main drag will be rewarded by a visit to Oregon Street
with a glass of wine at South Stage Cellars on Gallery’s classical collection of landscape painting and
South 3rd Street where every Friday is local’s photography by artists Steve and Sue Bennett at 240 South
night featuring live music. South Stage Cellars Oregon Street or the Elaine Witteveen Gallery at 305 North
is home to the fine art and sculpture of resident Oregon Street which offers delightful and well executed
metal artist Cheryl D. Garcia, the creator of the "Baja" Mae Wygant mixed media by this renowned Jacksonville artist.
giant poppies at the edge of town. Pop around Follow those golden pennants back onto East
the corner to the Jacksonville Mercantile on East California St. where upstairs at Terra Firma you
California Street and enjoy the classically styled can feast your eyes on the compelling work of
acrylics of Katherine Gracey while you sample the talented Bill Stanton as well as the vibrant
the delicacies of Jacksonville’s finest specialty abstract images from Alx Fox. Willowcreek &
food store. Kharmic Creations next door will also be flying
Watercolor enthusiasts should definitely cross the art pennant on the Amble, so stop in to refresh
the street to the Jacksonville Inn and check all your senses with their fine products for the
out Charlotte Peterson’s still life works and the body, bath and home. Be sure to save some time
wonderfully detailed landscapes of Betty Barss. for the Lode Star where photo-lithographer
La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant will be hosting a Peter Coons, glass artist Jannie Ledard and
mystery artist. photographer Alice LaMoree are currently
Adventurous Amblers looking to satisfy displaying their work. Check out their work
their sweet tooth and artistic cravings at the "Banquet Under the Stars" Katharine Gracey while enjoying the specialty tapas and small plate
same time will enjoy the new location of The appetizers prepared right before your eyes.
Candy Shoppe on the corner 5th Street and East Gabriel Mark Lipper's Finish your Amble and satisfy your appetite for
California Street. The recently opened Creator’s "plein-air" oil paintings will be good food and fare at one of Jacksonville’s many fine
"Reconciliation" Cheryl D. Garcia
Gallery on 5th Street invites you to enjoy their featured at Élan Gallery and establishments. Whether you opt for a pizza under
gallery of photographic and mixed media artists. “C” Guest Suites at 245 West Main Street, along with wine the wisteria at Bella Union, an intimate dinner at
Street is a convenient shortcut back to the Blue Door tasting by John F. Guerrero Wines on your way up to the Jacksonville Inn, or a picnic for "America’s 40th
Garden Store on North Third Street where you can the Britt Gardens later on. Anniversary" tour at the Britt Festival, your choices
check out the talented acrylic brush techniques of Head right back onto California Street and peek in on make a difference. Choose to support your local artists,
Marilyn Hurst. MacLevin’s Restaurant where owner Jeff Levin presents restaurants and businesses while enjoying the live music
With so many artists to see, a good Ambler can’t linger his own work and the dreamlike, impressionistic and friendly atmosphere of Jacksonville.
long. Get back on East California Street and discover paintings of Katy Cauker. Jacksonville’s classic hangout, Happy Ambling!

Anna Elkins at GoodBean Coffee in June


GoodBean Coffee is pleased to present works by Anna Elkins for June's art display. Art
coordinator Hannah West interviewed Elkins, whose thoughtful answers provide insights into
the artist's creative mind and practice. Thanks to the Jacksonville Review for the opportunity
to share her thoughts, beginning with Anna's background: Art Event Calendar - June 2011
After finishing coffee on the counter, my inspiration begins by Hannah West, Creator and Editor of SOAR. Browse the Artist Directories at http://www.soartists.com
a BA in English with considering a thing or idea, wondering June 1 - 30: Art Exhibit at the GoodBean
and art in at its potential and possible variations, then This month we’re proud to present works by artist and poet Anna Elkins. A familiar face to many,
Anna has been in California furthering her education and exploring new directions in her art; with
Montana, Anna exploring. I like to go to the library and pull her return she shares her discoveries. We’re proud to participate in the Fourth Friday Art Amble.
moved to North three random books from the shelves: say
Carolina where a book on the botany of New Zealand, a June 3, 5 - 8 pm: “Bridging Cultures Through Art” - Prominent Chinese “Sister State” Artists
This year’s Southern Oregon-China Tourism, Investment and Education Conference features a
she wrote poetry book of medieval wood-block prints, and special addition, an extensive collection of historical replica and contemporary works in bronze
for her MFA one of Cartier-Bresson’s black-and-white sculpture and photographic works by world class artists from China so large it will span four
in Creative photography. Discovering connections locations: Illahe Studios & Gallery, Bohemia Framing & Fine Art, and two sites on the SOU campus.
Join us for Artists’ Receptions during the Ashland Gallery Association First Friday Art Walk! Show
Writing. In the between people, things and time is a great continues through June 30. For more info, call 541.488.5072 or email info@illahegallery.com.
dozen years way for me to get stagnant creativity going.
since, she’s What do you hope the viewer will gain from June 1 - 30: Gabriel Mark Lipper at Élan Art Gallery
Élan Gallery is proud to feature artist Gabriel Mark Lipper. This show of plein-air oil paintings
composed your work? captures the purple hills, woodland trails, shimmering lakes and rolling rivers found close to his
ekphrastic (art-inspired) poetry on a I paint two-dimensional canvases of home in Ashland. Élan Gallery is located at 245 West Main Street in Jacksonville; we participate in
Fulbright Fellowship in Germany, painted four-dimensional experiences. I love the the Fourth Friday Art Amble. For more information contact Cherie at 541.899.8000.
the figures in the clouds of a coastal way a viewer will see even more than June 1 - 30: Eve Margo Withrow at the Berryman Gallery
Catalonian village, edited theology I do in my work, because it reveals to Note: Artists and art lovers may not know the Berryman Gallery at the Craterian Theater is open,
as when the building was repainted, signs indicating the gallery upstairs were obscured.
and sketched with fireplace charcoal in me the importance of community and
Artist Eve Margo Withrow exhibits impressionist paintings created with her personal mixed water
Switzerland, taught literature and art on relationship in art. media and collaged materials technique. Show ends June 30. Berryman Gallery is located upstairs
a tiny island in Micronesia, and recently How do you see art’s purpose in the wider at the Craterian Theater, 23 S. Central Ave in Medford.
explored prophetic writing and painting community? June 10, 6:30 - 9 pm: Artist Reception at Creator’s Gallery
in northern California. She has published Art is communication. From the Our June Featured Artist is The Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts Foundation. A reception will be
poems and held art shows in different Paleolithic hunt paintings of Lascaux held at the Great Western Hall on the Box R Ranch.  The Ranch is located 23 miles east of Ashland
and 45 miles west of Klamath Falls at 16799 Greensprings Hwy. 66. There will be over 30 artists and
venues along the way. She currently to hypertext manuscripts, artists have their work on display, along with dessert, beverages and music.  Admission is $10 for adults and $5
resides in the mythical State of Jefferson. shared memory, experience and beauty. for students 12 and up; tickets at the door.  Call 541.601.7496 for more information.
How did your work as an artist begin? We want witnesses for our lives, and we
June 11, 11am - 4pm: Britt Music Festival Opening Day Festivities
In college I studied with Montana artist want to witness the lives of others. I think To celebrate the opening of Britt’s 2011 concert season, artist members of Jacksonville’s Art Presence
Neil Jussila, who had studied abstract “story,” one of the oldest art forms, is a will be doing demonstrations and showing their work at various outdoor locations throughout
expressionism in New York. During the first great example of the arts in community. Jacksonville. For more information, email artpresence@live.com.
semester he had a near-death experience Like all art forms, story is enriched by Fri, June 24, 5 - 7pm: Art Presence: Jacksonville Art Amble
in a car accident and saw the image of a what each of us bring to it – from the Art Presence is pleased to announce the reinstatement of the Art Amble, a stroll about Jacksonville
woman turning toward him as if in a dance. telling to the hearing; it is passed down, to visit shops, view artwork and meet Art Presence members. Join us on the fourth Friday from
May through October, when downtown businesses will stay open from 5 - 7pm to present the work
His work went from purely non-objective details are omitted or added, then it's told of one or more local artists. Look for the golden “ART” pennants for participating locations.
to figurative almost overnight. I loved that in different tongues and voices. When I For more information, email artpresence@live.com.
combination of image and gesture done in paint, I hope someone “hears” my story
June 25, 9am - 2pm: Jacksonville Saturday Artists
freedom, and began what I later realized in a way that enriches their own. June begins a new season for this group of local artists exhibiting their Þne art on the grounds of
was a journey of self-portraiture. A shy Has your work changed you personally? the Jacksonville Museum at the corner of 5th and “C” Streets. Some artists will return each
seventeen-year-old girl trying to figure “Create” is the first verb in scriptures, weekend, others rotate, so you’ll see a fresh collection of art every Saturday! Interested artists call
herself out, I painted myself into the world. and I hear it as a lovely, continual invitation Patricia Paulk at 541.779.9607 or email Ron Moore, b-n-wbyron@charter.net.
What most inspires you? which reminds me I am a creative being. June 25, 2 - 6pm: Opening Reception - Cheryl D. Garcia, South Stage Cellars Resident Artist
Paying attention. Whether sitting in This inspires my artist statement: “As with Join us for a reception celebrating metal artist GarciaÕs new seasonal works of Þne art and sculpture,
highlighted by appetizers, wine, music and a live metalworking demonstration by the artist!
the Britt gardens listening to symphony poetry, my painting is either a battle or a __________________________________________________________________________________________
rehearsals while sketching a tree, or dance. Given the choice between a sword Read our blog for details on these events, calls to artists, art news and more: blogs.soartists.com/ArtMatters/
noticing the beauty in a ring of spilled and music, I choose music.” Compiled by Hannah West Design, LLC. Submit your art event to soar@soartists.com or call 541.899.2012
Page 10 The Jacksonville Review June 2011

The Unfettered Critic


by Paula Block Erdmann & Terry Erdmann
A Clean, Well-lighted Place...With
Coffee To Go (Or Stay!)

R
ather rapidly, Jacksonville has peninsula. Captain John Smith, founder
evolved into the tasting room of the Virginia village of Jamestown
center of Applegate Wine carried coffee beans to this continent
Country. We like that. The tasting rooms in 1607, but it wasn’t until 1723 that
(some well-established at several years beans were planted in the New World,
old, some newly aspired or yet to open), on the Caribbean island of Martinique.
that vine throughout our business Jacksonville’s
district number tentatively The Good Bean
between six and infinity. Within followed in
their cheerful halls, they pour l990; the Pony
imaginative vintages from the Espresso in l998.
Applegate, Umpqua, Rogue and Did anything of
Willamette valleys and beyond. significance happen
But two of the town’s very best in between? We
tasting rooms aren’t included in think not. The
their numbers. Wine tasting, as sum of history
relaxing and appetite-enhancing in a coffee cup.
as it may be, is but a gentle We wouldn’t be
Diversion. There’s another writing – and
elixir – powerfully potent, you shouldn’t
eminently tasty, and yes, perhaps be reading – this
even more demanding – that column without it.
bears the title of Necessity. Every Speaking of
morning it’s gloriously brewed at history, in l965,
two tasting rooms that bookend Buck Owens sang,
the town: our very own “The Good “Pour me another cup of coffee, for it is
Bean” and “Pony Espresso.” the best in this land...,” and we agree. A
The beverage before which we few years later, Randy Travis followed
genuflect here, obviously, is – coffee. with, “I need friends who...buy their
Ahhh, coffee. The name lilts lightly over coffee beans already ground.” Not to
the lips. Coffee. Say it loud disparage Randy
and there’s music playing; Just around the corner,
 or his friends, but
say it soft and it’s almost There's a rainbow in the sky.
 he was praising
like... Okay, our apologies So let's have another cup o' coffee, canned, dry, aroma-
to Sondheim and Bernstein, 
And let's have another piece o' pie.
 less coffee grounds;
but that’s how we feel. -Irving Berlin, 1932- you know, the kind
And, apparently we’re not sold by companies
alone. On any given morning, scores of with slogans that claim to be “good to the
Jacksonville’s residents, business leaders, last drop.” “Icky,” we say. Better to ask
and city officials drink in the beverage our exalted local baristas to grind beans
and the atmosphere while engaging in for you, knowing they still are beans
lively conversations at the Bean and the moments before you buy.
Espresso. Community, camaraderie and Coffee comes with a caveat, of course.
political transparency, all stirred together That flavorful lift we welcome in the
over a truly delicious morning cup o’ joe. morning dwindles as daybreak fades
A key word in that last sentence is inexorably to twilight. Which makes
“morning.” It’s as a morning beverage evening the perfect time to visit those
that coffee differs from wine. Where other tasting rooms. You know, the
wine is soothing, coffee is anything but. ones serving that other, more soothing,
Humanity has known the difference for beverage. Fortunately, there’s more of
a long time. Seventh century Ethiopian them in Jacksonville than you can shake
sheep herders noticed that their flocks a stir stick at.
grew happier when eating berries off a Paula and Terry Each have long impressive-
local shrub. They soon found that they, sounding resumes implying that they are
too, could get the same buzz, and by battle-scarred veterans of life within the
the 10th century, farmers were planting Hollywood studios. They’re now happily
coffee trees all across the Arabian relaxed into Jacksonville.

“1776” is the Free June Movie


at Old City Hall
“1776” is the feature film at
Old City Hall on June 17, an
appropriately patriotic film
between Memorial Day and
Independence Day. This 1972
film version remains faithful
to the original Broadway,
Tony Award-winning hit. In
music and stirring dialog,
we become part of the
first Continental Congress
struggling with their fateful
decision to break away from
England, something that,
quoting Franklin, “no other
colony in the history of the
world has ever done.”
William Daniels as John
Adams and Howard DaSilva
as Benjamin Franklin are
supported by a strong cast,
almost all of whom are from the
Broadway production – each
performance is nothing short of
brilliant. The film is 167 minutes
long with an intermission.
Accordingly, show time is 6:30 PM with the doors open at 6:15 PM.
This is a bright, sprightly musical which, to quote a New York Times critic, “is
the first film in my memory that comes close to treating seriously a magnificent
chapter in American history.”
June 2011 The Jacksonville Review Page 11

Southern Oregon Focus on the Farm


Historical Society by Pamela Sasseen, Hanley Farm Volunteer
It’s spring and the flowers are blooming new and some old. First the new. So more
by Allison Weiss at Hanley Farm. Lilacs, Dogwood, people can enjoy the peaceful setting,
Wisteria, Hyacinth – these are but a few Hanley Farm will be open June 3 through
Managing Our Historic Artifacts of our beautiful plants in bloom. Here’s a August 28 for self-guided tours and

W
hen the Southern Oregon collection) artifacts. Because of the huge little trivia for you. Hyacinth is member picnics. Come any Friday evening from
Historical Society was expense involved in caring for a collection of the lily family, and is sometimes 4-7pm or Saturdays and Sundays from
founded in 1946, its mission this large, and because caring for objects identified as the iris, or the larkspur. But 11am-3pm and you will be able to explore
was to save the old county courthouse that do not relate to the history of southern are you familiar with the myth associated the farm on your own and learn more
from being torn down. As was typical of Oregon makes it more difficult for us to care with hyacinth? It is said that hyacinth about it through our new walking tour
many, many small historic societies that for the objects that do relate to the history sprung from the blood of Hyacinthus; brochure. Bring a picnic lunch of your
were started by a group of dedicated of southern Oregon, the Board of Trustees a youth loved by the gods Apollo and own or pick up a Hanley Box Lunch at
volunteers, they put out an “all call” to authorized staff to begin identifying objects Zephyr. When taking turns throwing the Gary West for $10. For more information,
the community to donate interesting for potential deaccessioning. discus with Apollo, Hyacinthus contact Gary West at (541)
objects to the historical society for exhibit. There are only four main criteria that ran to catch it to impress Apollo. 899-1829.
As a result, sixty-five years later we find would make an object a candidate for Jealous of his rival, Zephyr blew On June 3, the draft horses
ourselves in the position of caring for deaccessioning: the discus off course, causing will be using horse-drawn
a collection of an estimated 1 million 1. Its provenance is unrelated to it to strike Hyacinthus in the equipment to mow the cover
artifacts, many of which have nothing to southern Oregon head and kill him. The grieving crop. The cover crop, of course,
do with the history of southern Oregon. 2. It is potentially hazardous (like an Apollo then transformed is used to replenish the soil.
For example, we have tapas cloth from unexploded ordnance) Hyacinthus into a hyacinth, and We’ve planted only one acre of
the South Pacific; a Confederate Flag 3. It has deteriorated to the point where he inscribed on its petals the wheat this year so supplies of
that was captured from a battlefield in it is no longer stable words of grief, “Ai, Ai.” Hanley Horsepower Flour will
Lousianna; natural history specimens 4. There is a better example of an object When you and your family be very limited.
like sea cucumbers and driftwood; and of this type in the collection visit Hanley Farm, in addition to seeing On June 4 from 10am-4 pm, the beloved
sometimes entire contents of the home The process by which an object may be the hyacinth and other spring blossoms, Children’s Heritage Fair that was held
of a person who moved to the region to deaccessioned is carefully governed by you’ll meet the two newest members of in Jacksonville for so many years will be
retire, but otherwise had no connection our Collections Management Policy. The our Hanley family – Alpine goats Piko and revived at Hanley Farm. The fair features
with southern Oregon. object is identified by the curator. The Choko. They’re originally from Willow over two-dozen hands-on activities
It is estimated that it costs a museum deed of gift is researched by the registrar Witt Ranch and both are trained as pack related to rural life. Admission is $4 per
$200 a square foot to store its collection. to make sure we are the legal owners goats. When they’re not browsing for child or $2 for members of SOHS. Adults
How does an object in storage cost money and that there were no restrictions on blackberries, star thistle and other noxious get in free but you can be young at heart
to maintain, you may be wondering? the object when it was donated. Then brush, they’re playing tag and head and try out some of the activities.
Consider these expenses: running an the candidates for deaccessioning are butting! They also enjoy playing “King of For more information about Hanley Farm
HVAC system so the artifacts are kept presented to the Collections Committee, the Log.” Choko stands atop a large log or upcoming events, contact us at (541) 773-
at a constant temperature and humidity a group made up of SOHS staff, board and claims it as his own. Piko then butts 2675 or hanleyfarm@sohs.org, or visit us
level; security; maintenance on the members, other museum professionals, head with Choko, trying to knock him off on-line: http://www.sohs.org/hanley_farm.html
building; archival supplies; specialized and members of the public. If this so he can be “King of the Log.” They are Hanley Farm even has its own facebook
equipment like freezers for films and group approves the deaccession, that loving, playful fellows, that’s for sure! page! Hanley Farm is owned and operated
negatives and Sub-Zero freezers for information is passed on to the SOHS Hanley Farm’s busy season is just by the Southern Oregon Historical Society.
decontaminating new objects coming into Board of Trustees who make the final starting. I hope you join us for some of It is located at 1053 Hanley Road, between
the collection; UV filters on windows; decision to deaccession an artifact. the upcoming events and activities, some Jacksonville and Central Point.
temperature and humidity monitoring Our collection is held in trust for
equipment; databases for keeping track
of the collection; and of course paying the
the people of Oregon and, as such,
we feel that we are making a well
Booster Club News
professional staff that accepts, processes considered and responsible decision to “A fun time was had by all” may As participants in Jacksonville’s City
paperwork, cleans, packs, performs deaccession artifacts that do not further be an old expression, yet it’s the best Wide Garage Sale, the Boosters Club
conservation treatments, photographs and our mission. To see a spreadsheet of way to describe the May meeting of currently is looking for “large items” of
documents artifacts. And these costs do all items deaccessioned, why they the Jacksonville Boosters Club. Several furniture; if you wish to donate such items
not include anything having to do with were deaccessioned, and how they stars of Jacksonville Elementary School’s (and get them out of your garage!), please
actually exhibiting the objects. were deaccessioned, please visit http:// “Sleeping Beauty” donned costumes for call Steve Casaleggio at 541-899-2029.
The historical society has www.sohs.org/photos_gallery/images/ a song and dance preview prior to their Special thanks go to Sally Melgard,
professionalized its operations since its Deaccession%20Records%2013%20 spectacular Britt performance. Boosters John Ellis and Dirk Siedlecki, who
early days and, as is typical of the field, APRIL%202011.pdf. President Steve Casaleggio and the entire will be leaving the Boosters Board.
adopted a Collections Management Policy If you have any questions, feel free to contact membership wants to thank music teacher Their enthusiasm, good humor and
that clearly outlines the criteria for how me at (541) 494-0273 or director@sohs.org. Wendi Stanek and her talented players for sage counsel will be missed. At the
we accession (accept into our collection) Allison Weiss is Executive Director bringing light and laughter to the morning. May meeting, membership elected
and deaccession (take out of our of the Southern Oregon Historical Society. Certainly less musical, but nearly continuing officers Steve Casaleggio,
as fun, a volunteer group of Boosters President; Vivienne Grant, Secretary;

Chamber Chat members gathered at the Elementary


School to refurbish the decaying
Lori Buerk, Treasurer; and Directors
Terry Erdmann and Mike Tupper. The
greenhouse. With such a large turnout, newly-elected crew will take their seats
by The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce the initial clean-up phase took only a in September.
few hours. Now, with new doors being The Jacksonville Boosters club welcomes
This month, the Chamber is pleased Courthouse grounds. The fun continues
built and a load of pea rock ready to be new members and old friends. For information,
to tell you about the “Taste of Summer” that evening when Britt kicks off it's
poured for the floor, the greenhouse will please contact: Carolyn Kingsnorth, 541-245-
event on Saturday, June 11th from summer line up with, “Michael Franti
be available when needed by the school’s 3650. For donations or giving opportunities
11am-4 pm. This Britt opening weekend and Spearhead” at 7:30 pm. Michael
gardening classes and the Junior Garden (Non-profit Booster Foundation), please
event will not only kick off the Britt Franti will also be giving a children's
Club of Jacksonville. contact: Rob Buerk, 541-261-0327.
concert season, but will hopefully be THE performance at 3:00 that afternoon.
summer event of the year! Ushering-in and
heralding summer and the concert series,
The Chamber is inviting local non-
profits to get involved and take advantage Jacksonville Kiwanis Honors
this will be a day of fun, wine tasting, sun,
music, BBQ's, and family activities that
of this city-wide summertime celebration
to use it as an opportunity to hold your
May Student of the Month
represent Jacksonville at it's finest! own fund raising event! If your non-profit For the month of May, the Kiwanis
The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce has an idea for contributing to the event Club of Jacksonville honored Ryan
in cooperation with JOBA (Jacksonville with an activity, please call Linda Graham Wellock as Student of the Month.
Oregon Business Association) and Britt at Scheffels Toys 541-261-9446. Ryan is a senior at South Medford High
Festivals is sponsoring the “Taste of We need you! Anyone interested in School, and he is the son of Ronald and
Summer” city-wide event in an effort to helping out on a booth, selling wine Deanna Wellock of Medford, and carries
celebrate our great music venue, as well as glasses, or assisting as needed for the a 4.0 grade point average. Subjects he
expand and celebrate our arts, the growing event, please contact Linda at the above has taken include several AP classes,
and exciting wine industry, family and number. We could use about a dozen fun including AP Chemistry, AP US History,
community. It will be a day of fun, food loving volunteers! Mark your calendars, Honors American History, Spanish I, II,
and refreshments and is sure to bring out bring family and friends and let's enjoy a III, and Anatomy.
the community and fill the streets. Taste of Summer in Jacksonville! Ryan is first team shortstop on the
Plans are still evolving and growing, The Chamber of Commerce invites varsity baseball team, and he has
but the Courthouse/Museum grounds you to join us at our monthly general participated in the marching band. He is
will offer family events, cotton candy meetings at the Bella Union on the second also a member of the Torch Honor Society.
and lemonade, kids activities, and Thursday of each month at 5:30 pm. He plans to attend Oregon State Kiwanis' Dave Clemens and Ryan Wellock
miscellaneous old-fashioned summer We offer a relaxed, informative time to University and play baseball for the Beavers.
celebration events including a BBQ for all socialize and connect with the business He wants to become a Sports Physician. this has driven him his whole life to be
to enjoy. Vintage and classic cars will line community. See you June 9th ! Ryan says his parents have influenced successful, to prove to people that it
California Street in downtown, while 3rd him the most, by stressing the importance doesn't matter where you come from, it's
Street will be blocked off for wine tasting, For information on the Jacksonville of education, honesty and responsibility. where you go that matters, and he feels
music events, and “Art Presence” artists. Chamber, or to join, please contact the visitors Living his life around these elements has grateful and lucky for this opportunity.
Para-gliding demonstrations and balloon center at 185 N. Oregon Street (next to the helped him grow immensely. For further information, contact Gay
rides will be held at the Bigham Knoll Post Office), call the office at 541-899-8118 or He told us that he was adopted as a Wilson at 541- 899-1934, e-mail:
campus, just three short blocks east of the email to chamber@jacksonvilleoregon.org. baby from the country of Paraguay, and d_wilson541@charter.net.
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Love your Landscape Garden of the Month


by Adam Haynes by Kay Faught

Creating an Outdoor Kitchen My Neighbor's Garden

H I
ere in Jacksonville, I love the When building a new home, usually have a style of garden I Cheryl and I walked into the back
extended summer daylight remodeling, putting in a pool or just feature each month. This one was yard and her “other side” showed! The
hours and how it cools down to making changes to your existing difficult to identify until I realized only similar theme in the back was the
a refreshing temperature in the evening. landscape plan, take time to consider an that it was a wonderful example of a love of chartreuse and her artistic flare.
Spending time outdoors during this outdoor kitchen. Features to consider “personal expression” in a garden! The rest was a fun testament to a not-
time of year is a huge benefit of living include a fire pit or outdoor fire place, Cheryl von Tress and her husband Fred so-polished, but creative side. I had a
here – creating a place to fully enjoy it outdoor TV, refrigerator, storage bought their 1960's
even more may include the addition of an cabinetry, sink, gas grill, covered pergola home on Welcum Lane
outdoor kitchen. or canopy, low voltage lighting, and in 2000 and in 2004
outdoor propane heating units. began working on
Incorporating outdoor design features the gardens. Cheryl,
should entail matching the style of your who is a professional
home and creating an extension of your designer, has applied
interior living spaces, consideration of her knowledge and
architectural design, function and feel of love of the elements
the kitchen area, and creating the look in every piece of the
and feel that matches your unique style, garden. It is a unified
taste and personality. effort, as Fred not
only does much of the
hardscape and tough
Outdoor kitchens have gained in labor, but throws in his
popularity in the past several years own creations such as
because they create more usable living a bulb garden.
space and create great entertainment My evening tour with Cheryl began blast in the back yard thinking of all the
areas by using existing outdoor space. in the front yard of their home which fun they must be having, as the garden
Whether you’re entertaining by is nestled at a dead end, tucked against beds evolve. Much is done, and so much
spending time with friends or just a madrone-covered hillside. I was more is in their heads and hearts. On
relaxing alone, being able to spend time overjoyed how the front beckons to “come the sloped back woodland hillside, Fred
in a beautiful outdoor setting in your visit” before you even think of the front has build 3, eye-level raised beds with
own backyard is hard to beat. Adding an door! It offers a soothing art-scape of the same great use of rock. Filled with
outdoor kitchen to your new or existing color and texture. Crossing over a stone- azaleas, columbine, oreganos, grasses,
landscape plan is a great way to create a lined creek on a simple wooden bridge, ferns, pieris and heuchera, (Cheryl's
functional and fun gathering place. After Adam Haynes is the owner of Artisan you step onto their gravel path. The use favorite!) and woodland bulbs, the
all, when entertaining indoors, don’t most Landscapes, Inc. He can be reached at of gravel has a defined purpose in the von feel is joyous. Fred's “bulb bed” had a
people naturally gravitate to the kitchen 541.292.3285 or adam@artisanlandscapesinc. Tress garden, creating a soothing zen feel song of brilliant red and yellow tulips
anyway? Why not make this the case com. See also www.artisanlandscapesinc.com with its' texture and color that connects towering center stage. Throughout the
outdoors, too? beautifully with the lighted paths. As hillside, I found whimsical iron plant
your feet step along the gravel, a trio of stakes, a bird bath, and one of Cheryl's
rock pillars, 2 ft. high, direct pathway great sculpture designs. Around the top
choices. Straight ahead is a path leading fence edge of the hill, they set Japanese
With chiropractic, you’ll feel the up the earth-stained cement steps to the
home's entry. To the left, a meandering
maples, rhododendrons, and gladiola
newcomers in bright orange, yellow and

difference from head to toe. path guides you around rock-edged


island beds of low
Nandina, Spirea, and
red. Another totally separate adventure
about to happen
is their side
bright lime planting. yard, evolving
One lone, bright as an island of
Our approach to total body wellness yellow Adirondack Shasta's, Sweet
will keep you active and energized. chair set in the gravel William and
at the end of the path, dogwood!
Don’t let fatigue or pain keep you ties the brilliance As we sat on
from enjoying the activities you of the planting and the refinished
love. Chiropractic adjustments can plays with your head, open back deck
bring your body back to its natural adding unexpected overlooking
fun, color, and three amazing 3
state of alignment, improving your
welcome. A large ft. high bleeding
body’s balance, performance and boulder hand-picked hearts, my
energy at work and at play. by Cheryl, partners favorite feature
with the chair and of the garden
offers its' own played with my
seating! As the path turns, a more
senses as we
beautiful long low stone on it's chatted. An old,
side, creates a bench that’s set in non- working,
Custom tailored relief for: front of three dynamic art metal online tiered terra
privacy panels that beckon you cotta Italian
• Whiplash, painful joints to stop and enjoy. fountain, sits on
• Frequent headaches Two small oval grass patches, the deck corner.
• Low back, hip or leg pain providing a deep green “punch” to the Cascading with
• Slipped discs, sciatica overall pallet, separate the paths from the deep green ivy,
retaining walls that step the levels up to it is iced with
• Neck, shoulder, arm pain the entry of the home. The unique walls bright green
• Tight muscles, numbness were created using a variety of stones creeping Jenny.
• Nervousness, loss of sleep laid on edge or straight up, enhancing Above, large,
texture and color. I love the use of rocks deep Tuscan
• Pain between the shoulders
throughout. The beds use some of the orange pansies
same slate type stone, but are on edge to offer a pallet to reflect the sun! The colors
create a narrow, taller, trim. created a true garden escape.
A waft of sweet summer, from a Sipping my wine, I could have stayed
row of Mexican Orange, divides the and come up with a ton of fun ideas
path and lawn from the upper entry, just like Cheryl seems to continue to do!
welcoming you to the entry area. Black We commented on our ideas and our
pots filled with chartreuse potato vine husbands “putting in the work” to carry it
dot the entry stairs, and the brightening out! Cheryl loves to garden because “she
affect is dynamic, continuing the theme has to!,” adding “I can't not garden!” She
throughout the garden. Cheryl's use loves to continually create beauty, color,

Dr. Jason Williams of that color is amazingly effective


and “showcases” color with the black
texture, and light! Fred, in turn, loves to
garden for the therapy and the personal
Jacksonville Chiropractic Clinic Chiropractic
background. Care
I fell in for
lovethewith
Wellher
Adjusted
use of Family
space it provides.
chartreuse hits. Dark bamboo hanging Their only garden regret is there’s just
541-899-2760 panel dividers hang on the upstairs
porch, softening and providing a feel that
not enough time to share it with their
kids and grandkids! Both admit they have
580 Blackstone Alley • Jacksonville changes the “age” of the home. “too many ideas,” and there’s frustration
Garden - Cont'd on Pg. 28
June 2011 The Jacksonville Review Page 13

Garden Variety
by Michael Altman

Empowering Health

O
ne of the things I find most problems, arthritis, prostatitis, and others
disheartening about the state come to mind. Digestive upset often boils
of American health is the sense down to food allergies, eating the wrong
of helplessness it engenders. I work foods or imbalances within a meal. For
part-time in integrative health clinics example, eating lots of refined carbs, such
where people routinely come for a range as bread during a meal may lead to more
of complex conditions. But most people bloating and gas, especially if that’s paired
don’t have very complicated conditions— with soft drink consumption, and followed
especially young people, who often lack by dessert. Avoid drinking excessively--
health insurance but can still greatly including water--while eating because it
improve their health through diet and will dilute digestive secretions. Drink a
lifestyle changes. half hour or more before eating, and sip
Though everyone should get regular a little water, tea, or non-sugary beverage
check-ups, it’s important to have some during a meal. Look into rotation diets to
clues about self-help, to save a trip to determine food allergies and intolerances
the doctor for a routine cold, sore throat, to fructose, dairy, and gluten.
seasonal allergies, constipation, mild joint Building an herbal and nutritional
pain, and other easy-to-treat, recurring medicine chest isn’t complicated. For some
problems. Using simple, natural, common conditions, we can even rely on the same
sense remedies, we can prevent an products. For example, a company from
infection from finding its way into our Sebastopol, CA, Traditional Medicinals,
lungs leading to bronchitis and a course makes herbal tea bag blends. They have
of antibiotics. By making easy changes to a product called Throat Coat. I often use
the diet such as eating more whole foods it when I’ve been speaking excessively in
and fiber, drinking additional water, and multiple classes. It’s also great for a sore
eating seasonal magnesium-rich foods, throat, and its soothing, demulcent herbal
we can prevent constipation and optimize contents have laxative, digestion-restoring
digestion. For helping with joint pain, properties. It contains clinically proven,
we can significantly increase intake of time-tested, safe herbs that kids can take,
culinary herbs such as basil, turmeric, including slippery elm bark, marshmallow
ginger, and rosemary, all of which help root, licorice root, and other herbs.
reduce inflammation and help the gut too. In order to further learn about
Whether insured or not, it’s worth herbal and nutritional remedies, find
keeping a small supply of herbs and out about classes through community
supplements to help manage acute bulletin boards, at health food stores,
conditions like a sore throat or a bruise and by supporting local companies and
and also to take some basic supplements practitioners that make and recommend
intermittently, if not regularly, to maintain herbal and nutritional products. By
health and prevent illness. Some basics using simple remedies that don’t line the
that come to mind include a well-crafted pockets of pharmaceutical companies,
multivitamin, fish oil, and perhaps an insurers, and hospitals, you can still take
additional liquid herbal extract formula, care of yourself and be on the front lines
tea blend, or combined supplement to of lowering healthcare costs.
help with problems that you routinely Michael Altman is a nutritionist and herbalist
experience, such as fatigue, insomnia, who teaches at Southern Oregon University
anxiety, allergies, and indigestion. & College of the Siskiyous. He consults with
Many conditions are products of individuals throughout the Rogue Valley and
inflammation. Asthma, digestive beyond. Reach him at altmanm@sou.edu.

Soluna Gardens Uses Coffee to Make Tea


Use Coffee to make Tea? Sounds crazy, says, “it’s a way to get off of the fertilizer
but that’s just what Cliff Beneventi from treadmill. Nobody ever fertilized an old
Jacksonville’s own Soluna Gardens is growth forest, and those are some of the
doing. The tea he makes, however, is healthiest soils on the planet.”
not to drink. It is Aerated Compost Tea, Soil building takes time, however. It
a nutrient rich, biologically alive soil takes over 500 years for Mother Nature to
amendment for your lawn and garden. form an inch of rich topsoil. Thankfully,
The coffee he uses is in the form of spent that timeframe can be drastically reduced,
grounds collected from the Good Bean. however, by mimicking what we see in
A certified Master Composter, Beneventi nature, rather than trying to outsmart her
composts the grounds in accordance with synthetic chemicals and fertilizers
with National Organic Program (NOP) (all of which kill some beneficial
standards, along with the organisms in the soil).
proper amounts of collected While the regular
browns and greens, to convert application of compost
them into rich humus to be tea is the fastest natural
used in his compost tea. way to build healthy
To a tank of his collected soils, it doesn’t happen
rainwater, Beneventi adds overnight. “Our society
a proprietary blend of food is used to instant
sources for the beneficial gratification,” says
bacteria and fungi in the Beneventi. “6 Minute
compost. Then, he aerates the Abs was obsolete when
water with multiple oxygen Cliff Beneventi of Soluna Gardens they introduced 5
pumps, so the organisms can Minute Abs. Like our
breathe. Once the compost is submerged into own health, it takes some time to achieve
the water, they begin to grow and replicate soil health properly, but it’s worth it.”
exponentially. Properly done, each single According to Beneventi, good soil will
bacterium can turn into 5 million during the eventually sustain itself, with very little
brewing cycle, making a single gallon of his management from us. Depending on your
tea the biological equivalent of roughly 1,000 soil’s condition when you start, “you
pounds of compost. won’t even need our tea in a couple of
“You won’t find it on a store shelf, years. What other product has its own
however,” says Beneventi. “The tea obsolescence built into it?”
contains billions of beneficial organisms, Soluna Gardens Aerated Compost Tea is
who, like you and I, need air or they’ll die.” available in 1 and 5 gallon containers at the
As such, Beneventi recommends using Jacksonville Farmers Market. For quantities
the tea within 24 hours. Once in your soil, from 50 to 200 gallons, Beneventi will deliver
the organisms go to work loosening clay and apply for free. It’s great for lawns, veggies,
soils, building aggregate in sandy soils, trees, and flowers. For more information, call
and convert organic matter into nutrients Cliff at 541-946-3719 or visit
available to your plants. “Essentially,” he www.solunagardens.com. See ad this page.
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THINGS TO DO - JUNE 2011


Apple Cellar Bakery
C e l e b rate __ So. Oregon Artist Resource (SOAR) Art Event
Calendar. See ad page 9.
CELEBRATION. See article on page 11 of our May
2011 issue at jacksonvillereview.com.
Artisan Breads, Pastries & Food
t h e r ’ s D ay
541-899-6978
150 S Oregon Street*
p. 18
Fa __ Sat. June 4 10:00am-4:00pm & June 5, Noon-4:00pm:

v i l le
__ Sat. June 11am-4:00pm: taste of summer-
britt opening day, downtown
c k s o n Jacksonville Friends of the

in Ja
www.applecellarbakery.com Library Book Sale, Naversen Room. Jacksonville. See ad on page 8 or brittfest.org.

D Bella S u n d a y,
Saturday hours will be 9-10am for members pre-sale.
On Sunday, from 2-4 pm members get a bag of books for only $5. __ Fri. June 17, 6:30 pm: free movie night "1776,"
Union
on !
Old City Hall. See article on page 10.
Pizza, Pasta, Burgers
541-899-1770 p. 15
J u n e 1 9 t h
__ Sat. June 4, 10:00am-4:00pm: Children's
Heritage Fair, at Hanley Farm. For more __ Fri. June 17, 7:30 pm: Voices of the
170 W California Street* information, see article on page 11 of our May 2011 issue at Applegate presents "American Music" at the
www.bellau.com jacksonvillereview.com. Historic Presbyterian Church, 405 East California
Street, Jacksonville.

I Frau Kemmling
Schoolhaus Brewhaus
__ Sun. June 5, 10:00am-5:00pm: join the fun
at Rolling Hills Alpacas/Caprice
Vineyards and watch the alpacas get their spring
__ Fri. June 24, 5:00-7:00pm: FOURTH FRIDAY art
amble. See article on page 9.
German Fare - Great Beer!
hair cuts! 970 Old Stage Road, just north of the Post
541-899-1000 p. 36 Office. For more information, please call 541-499-0449. __ Sat. June 25, 9:00am-2:00pm: JACKSONVILLE
525 Bigham Knoll* SATURDAY ARTISTS art show,
www.fraukemmling.com __ Thurs. June 9, 5:30pm: Jacksonville Jacksonville Museum Grounds.

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chamber monthly general
Gary West Meats meeting, Bella Union. See "Chamber Chat" on __ Sat. July 9, 10:00am-Noon: Citizen Fire
page 11. Extinguisher Training, Jacksonville
Great Locavore Grill!
Fire Department. For more information, see
541-899-1829* p. 36
__ Sat. June 11: Medford Food Project jacksonvillereview.com.
690 N. Fifth Street
Pickup Day in Jacksonville.
www.garywest.com __ July 10-12: annual children's Festival,
__ Sat. June 11, 10AM-4PM: McKEE BRIDGE Britt Festival Grounds. See article page 8.

I Gogi’s
Fine Dining Friends of Jacksonville Historic Cemetery Host
541-899-8699 p. 14 History Saturday Program on June 11th
235 W. Main Street
www.gogis.net

Good Bean
N Gourmet Coffee, Sandwiches,
Soups & Salads
541-899-8740 p. 33
165 S. Oregon Street
www.goodbean.com

G
Jacksonville Inn
Formal Dining or Casual Bistro
Wine shop with over 2,000 wines!
541-899-1900 p. 3 Photo: Mike Tupper
175 E. California Street*
www.jacksonvilleinn.com History Saturday, a new program introduced by the top of the Cemetery Road. Parking is available in the
Friends of Jacksonville's Historic Cemetery in 2011, continues cemetery grounds. Donations are always appreciated
La Fiesta to be a very popular and well-attended program. On the and help support our educational programs and
second Saturday of every month, April through December, cemetery restoration and preservation projects. This is
Classic Mexican Cuisine
new topics and subjects are reviewed and discussed with a wonderful and interesting way to learn more of the
541-899-4450 p. 34 visitors during the presentation and a half hour tour. The history of our unique Pioneer Cemetery, Jacksonville and
150 S. Oregon Street* program on June 11 will cover the history of the Independent Southern Oregon. Please mark your calendar and plan
www.lafiestajville.com Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) and a tour of this Section of the on joining us on the second Saturday of the month. We
cemetery. Along the way, stories of some of those resting in look forward to welcoming you to History Saturday and
LodeStar Bar this area of the cemetery will be shared. Jacksonville's beautiful Historic Cemetery.

G Great Drinks & Appetizers


541-702-2400 p. 22
The program takes place in the Jacksonville Cemetery
and starts promptly at 10:00 a.m. Please meet our docents
at the Sexton's Tool House, near the flag pole, at the
Please visit the FOJHC website for a complete schedule of
History Saturday and other events and activities at:
www.friendsjvillecemetery.org.
105 W. California Street
www.lodestarbar.com
For more things to do: JacksonvilleReview.com
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McKee Bridge Restaurant

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On the Applegate River
541-899-1101 p. 21
9045 Upper Applegate Road*
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Gifts for Grads


and Dads

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Wine Talkers Speaking of Wine


by Janet Eastman by Duane Bowman
Red Lily’s Tasting Room
Tasting Room Etiquette
Blossoms in June

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ed Lily wine is finally getting a says Rachael, standing underneath the s I’m sitting here in the Cricket and never notices the lineup of guests
home of its own. Owners Rachael old feeder barn’s 25-foot-tall ceiling. “The Hill tasting room the rain is waiting behind them.
and Les Martin are overseeing barn is my favorite part of the property.” beating on the roof and I’m 3) Don’t use a tasting room to get buzzed
the finishing touches on a tasting room Rachael is hanging chandeliers made thinking, “this is going to be a slow day You say you paid a tasting fee and gosh
and winery on their Jacksonville property. of old wine barrels from the barn’s ridge for visitors.” So, with that thought in mind, darned if you’re not going to get your
I figured I’d put pen to paper and give money’s worth! Or you might hear, let’s
people some tips on how to get the most get our bridesmaids together and have
out of their visits to the many wineries a “go taste wines party!” These sorts of
we’re lucky, or smart, enough to live near. actions are guaranteed not to help you
I don’t intend to be some “Emily Post” build relationships with wineries.
of wine tasting but just to share a few do’s Tasting fees aren’t there so wineries
and don’ts that will enhance both your can make money selling wine tastes.
enjoyment and the enjoyment of those That’s not the business they’re in.
around you. Think of these not as “rules” Tasting fees are generally modest
but as “relationship builders” – actions amounts that just keep the winery from
that will cement your relationship with losing quite as much when they open
the winery and your fellow tasters. I’ve their doors to guests.
noted more than a few do’s and don’ts On a wine tour of the Applegate,
over the years but here are just four that where there are 17 tasting rooms on the
come to mind. Winetrail, you would expect to taste a
1) Don’t wear fragrances lot of wines. You won’t be disappointed.
Believe it or not, people do come to But if you’re buzzed, will you be able to
Starting at the end of tasting rooms to taste the wines! They recognize what you’ve tasted? Will you
this month, visitors will Red Lily Vineyards may want to learn what a wine they’ve know any more about those wines than
be invited to turn off 11777 Highway 238 never heard of has to offer or they may when you started?
Highway 238 onto a tree- Jacksonville, OR 97530 want to evaluate the merits of a wine they The moral of this story is, if you know
lined road that crosses (541) 846-0475 have some experience with. Either way, you’re going to taste a lot of wines in a
over the Applegate River www.redlilyvineyards.com the aromas of the wine is a critical part of day, do what the pros do and spit – don’t
and leads to the two new the reason they’re there. You may not care swallow. If you want to be sober enough to
buildings. A restored if your overpowering fragrance makes it recognize a favorite wine you’d like to take
80-year-old barn adjacent impossible for you to smell what a wine home then use the spit buckets. Spitting
to the tasting room and a has to offer but believe me, others will. wine graciously is an art form that requires
sandy beach on the river So save the fragrances for those intimate practice – ask anyone with a beard!
will also welcome wine more occasions when they will be appreciated. 4) If you like it – buy it FROM THEM!
tasters. Don’t be that person whose fragrance Which brings us to our last tip. If you
“This is an amazing, special place interferes with what you, and anyone like it – buy it then and there. I’m not
for patrons to enjoy their wine or online near you for that matter, is trying to taste talking about joining some wine club or
a picnic lunch,” says Les Martin. 2) Don’t homestead buying futures, but those are great if you’re
“Our whole philosophy is really to create We're all for being enthusiastic and sober and want to do them; I’m talking
a destination winery, that is, a place where curious about wine, my livelihood and about purchasing something you enjoy
people can go to not only enjoy wine, but to that of other winery owners depends directly from the people who made it. Don’t
stay a while and relax and enjoy the other beam. Old oak barrels also serve as on your excitement, knowledge and wait to find it at the end of some grocery
aspects of our property.” walls for the barn. appreciation of wine. If you’re here in the store aisle. You’re going to be disappointed
For their new construction, the Martins It is only fitting that this couple, who Applegate, you’ll often find the owners or and wind up buying an inferior wine that
hired designer Ken Snelling and chose an came to farming as a second career – she winemakers manning the tasting rooms. you’ve never tried. And that’s why you’ve
architectural style – “Upscale Barn” – that grew up in Medford and earned a degree This is your opportunity to learn more come to the winery, isn’t it?
honors the rural location. in criminal law; he was a CPA for Las about grapes and wines than you should Best of all, taking that wine home you’ll
The roofs are galvanized metal. Some Vegas casinos – would protect the land. reasonably expect from the typical tasting have something wonderful to share with
exterior walls have cedar siding. Rocks They recognize that the business of room staff. your friends or dinner guests – a wine
from the Applegate River were used in wine starts with farming. When the tasting room becomes busy you’ll love and a story about what you
columns. Wood covering the sides of Nine years ago, the Martins moved to though, do try to step aside from the learned from the dreamers who crafted it.
the horseshoe-shaped tasting bar was the valley and eventually bought this counter in a timely matter, or at least See you in the tasting room!
salvaged from the renovated barn. Tractor property, which was homesteaded in make a little room for new guests. I
seats became bar stools. Barn poles were the late 1800s. know it’s the responsibility of the host to Duane Bowman is a Director of Applegate
also incorporated into the décor. Rachael learned to make wine by welcome the new arrivals, but sometimes Valley Oregon Vintners Association and
“We thought about converting the barn apprenticing for Sarah Powell and other in an attempt to be polite to the person winemaker at Cricket Hill Winery located at
into a tasting room, but that would have esteemed winemakers. Working with there first, we may not. So try to be polite the 2 mile marker on Little Applegate Rd.
meant replacing what is great about it,” Randy Gold and Sherman Lamb of Pacific when tasting – don’t be that person who Find him at www.crickethillwinery.com or
Wine Talkers - Cont'd on Pg. 31 stands at the counter, argues with the host email duane@crickethillwinery.com
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HomeWorx Considering Beer


by Cheryl von Tress by Ginger Johnson

The Outdoor Living Room

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is the season to get outdoors trees work well. Be sure to use a great id you know that July is they are usually a
and stay outdoors as long as potting mix. To assure plant success, Oregon Craft Beer Month? very fun time.
possible. An outdoor room listen to your nursery professional, plant For those of us living in Consider: “The
designated for casual living creates properly the first time and provide drip the Valley and all across the state, this Great American Beer
an oasis for you to linger longer. Two irrigation. Decorative screens, fade- means lots to cheer about in July. Festival, held annually
key design elements are location for resistant/UV-protected fabric curtain If you follow craft beer or beer in in Denver CO, remains
maximum enjoyment and products to panels, pergolas – these are just a few general, you may know that the tidal the largest commercial beer competition
assure comfort and safety. more ways to define your outdoor living wave of (insert whatever city here) Beer in the world, with 3,523 beers vying for
In developing an outdoor living room, room. An outdoor woven window blind Week is growing by leaps and bounds. medals.” (Brewers Association) This
generally visible from the indoors, you is a great solution for temporary blocking These week-long celebrations are a remarkable festival will hit 30 years
increase the visual and spatial living areas of late-day and evening hot sun if you reflection of a few ideas with one being strong in 2011 and last year 50,000 people
of your home without the expense of have a horizontal beam for installation in that people all across the US of A are enjoyed 3 different public sessions. Wow!
actual construction or remodeling. Hours the right location. enthusiastically embracing and helping If you are planning to go to a festival,
of pleasure await, so just do it! Can You See Me Now? support American craft beer. It also here are some pointers.
The ideas presented here offer solutions For function and drama, add lighting. means that craft beer’s popularity is 1. Eat a solid meal before you go. Even
for outdoor spaces without walls and Solar-powered accent lights have grown growing in communities everywhere. if there will be food vendors, fill
roofing. If you have a roofed area, you're in their variety of style. Stake lights can It means that the economic and your tummy so you don’t ‘forget’
on your way to an even easier design. be grouped and "planted" into containers gastronomic participation is good for the and get inebriated.
Begin at the Bottom of pea gravel – creating inexpensive, Rogue Valley and our country. 2. Designate a driver. It’s safest,
What will serve as the floor? Deck? transportable lighting. Japanese lantern Hot on the heels of American Craft smartest and the right thing to do.
Patio? Lawn? Pea gravel? Once your lights (solar or electric) add fun and give Beer Week (May 16 – 22, 2011), we have 3. Pace yourself. Whether the festival
location has been off an orb of light. the inaugural Medford Beer Week offers small pours of pours of your
determined, you Metal oil-burning coming up June 12th through the 18th. size choosing, the beer in your glass
can then decide if an torches stand up well It’s sure to delight and enlighten beer was lovingly made to be savored,
outdoor rug will benefit to the elements and enthusiasts, from novices all the way not slammed.
in defining the layout. set a romantic mood to full fledged beer geeks. The week is 4. If it’s a festival of any size and you
Generally, a sitting with their flickering full of great beer events and culminates go with a group, set up a location to
area would have the light. If you have with the Southern Oregon Craft Brew reconnect as needed (i.e. to compare
legs of primary seating outdoor power, then Festival on Saturday June 18th. What a notes or to ride home together).
placed inside the rug's wall-mounted lights perfect opportunity to get out, enjoy new 5. If it’s a sizable festival, determine
border. Outdoor rugs or lamps can be great flavors, meet new friends, and support a few styles to try instead of
come in rectangular, (keep any table or your local breweries. attempting to sample them all. Your
square and round floor lamps out of the The beer week phenomena can for taste buds will be shot if you drink
shapes – allowing you to be creative in elements – we get those amazing Summer sure be counted on to continue growing too much and too wide a variety too
your design. If lawn is your choice of storms). For nighttime reading, you'll want and developing in light of the fact that quickly. Staying in a style or two
space, all furnishings, fabrics and cushions electric lighting to get sufficient lumens. there are over 1700 craft breweries in the helps you locate beer to enjoy and
will need to be water friendly. Too Hot to Handle? United States and the population of legal then to discuss as you wish.
Get Off Your Feet Add shade. An awning, sun sail or drinking age adults continue to grow. 6. Enjoy it! Craft beer in America is just
Options for seating arrangements umbrella not only protects you from Women Enjoying Beer (WEB) will be that – crafted for enjoyment. Take
abound. A simple settee flanked by the hot sun, but it also helps make the at the festival and will be frequenting the your time.
two chairs and a bench. A round table space feel cozier by providing a stand-in different events throughout the week. So get out there and enjoy American
surrounded by cushioned chairs. Two for regular roof. They will also provide WEB is the business I started to develop craft beer. You’ll be glad you did, and
chaise lounges paired with a large coffee privacy. A breeze box fan or smaller and serve the female beer consumer and the local breweries we all support will
table for food, beverages, magazines, rotating fans are helpful to stir the air helps the brewing community properly thank us by continuing to make high
books and decorative elements. (with this option, be sure to locate your address women as equal beer players. quality brews.
Oversized, contemporary seating room near electrical outlets). Events like Medford Beer Week and the Women Enjoying Beer is a business Ginger
arranged in angular patterns, either Wish I Could Linger Longer culminating festival invite everyone Johnson started to develop and serve the female
L-shapes or on an angle. If you choose Outdoor living rooms can be used to enjoy more craft beer, provide an craft beer consumer through events, education
stationary pieces that are difficult to for more than Summertime enjoyment. opportunity to learn more about beer, and training, and consulting. Contact her at
rearrange easily, then it's advisable to Consider adding a fire pit (fixed or and support breweries nationwide. Plus ginger@womenenjoyingbeer.com.
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Last month, the PTO published the


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Anthology, making each student a
published author! On May 31st, we hosted Chef Bill Heubel, Jacksonville Inn
the first annual Jacksonville Elementary
School Writers’ Festival with book signings Grilled Chicken and Pesto Pasta with Kalamata
and browsing of 350 pieces of displayed
writing. Then, local educator and author,
Olives and Greek Feta Cheese (Serves 4)
Ginny Hicks, author of Mountain Star, This is a perfect dish that celebrates Southern Oregon’s bountiful Summer harvest. A

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delivered a keynote address. Next, quick stop at the local grower’s market will supply you with virtually all of the ingredients
t was an incredible year at students broke into small, multi-grade to make this fantastic dish at home. Paired with Valley View Winery’s Anna Maria Syrah,
Jacksonville Elementary School, discussion sessions where 29 volunteers, you’ll have a meal to remember. Don’t feel constrained to using just the vegetables listed.
beginning with a Back-to-School including authors, publishers, educators Any vegetables that grills well will work. Experiment with grilled shrimp or even top
BBQ on the school lawn with a live columnists, journalists and other writing sirloin. Don’t like feta cheese, finish it with parmesan. Better still, stop by the Inn and have
performance by the Ashland Blue’s professionals, served as discussion group this dish prepared with fresh produce from 7 Oaks Farm and other local producers. Dine in
Society. In late September, students moderators. The moderators facilitated our patio for an extra special treat. Cheers!
square-danced with fourth grade teacher a positive discussion of each student’s
Anna Meunier in Jacksonville’s 150th favorite piece of writing. Thank you so Chicken:
Celebration parade. Students also raised much to all of the volunteers who donated Boneless, skinless chicken breast 4ea
money for the PTO at our annual Jog-A- their time and expertise to make this Kosher salt ¼ tsp.
Thon. The PTO sponsored a community- special event a success. Black pepper finely milled pinch
wide Harvest Carnival, complete with This school year, past and new clubs Garlic, freshly chopped fine 1 tsp.
“The Dragon” obstacle course, fun-filled emerged. Carrie Robertson and Maggie Paprika ½ tsp.
booths, activities and a concert performed Zickrick brought back the Jacksonville Rosemary, freshly chopped ½ tsp.
by JVE’s resident rock group, “The Blank Junior Gardening Club where over 30 Canola Oil 1 tbsp.
Notes.” Students also students met each month
had the chance to dunk to learn about gardening. Mix all ingredients together with oil and rub all over chicken. Allow to marinate
principal, Rick Snyder and Sandy Metwally started for 30 minutes in the refrigerator. Heat grill and cook until done. Reserve warm
other teachers in a dunk the Mandarin Chinese until ready to use.
tank! Club, where, via video-
2011 began with our conferencing technology,
annual Science Fair, with 22 students receive live, Grilled Vegetables:
kindergarten – 6th graders interactive instruction. Zucchini 1 each
displaying scientific This was an amazing Red onion, peeled 1 each
experiments, observations opportunity for our Portabello mushroom 1 each
and collections. “Thanks” students, and the PTO Red bell pepper 1 each
to teacher Erica Reeves hopes to offer more Olive oil 1 tbsp.
for organizing a make- conferencing clubs Balsamic vinegar 1 tbsp.
and-take “flubber” table next year. The PTO Kosher salt ½ tsp.
and performing live, unanimously voted to Black Pepper freshly milled ½ tsp.
scientific demonstrations purchase document
for all to enjoy. Next, cameras and LCD Slice all vegetables into ½ inch slices. Toss with oil, vinegar, salt and pepper.
the PTO sponsored a projectors for every Grill on high heat until slightly tender but al dente. Cut into 1 inch pieces and
stunning Oregon Museum Andrew Fairbanks, Ian Grady & classroom. This interactive reserve warm.
of Science and Industry Alaya Metwally during 150th tool allows a student to
(OMSI) school-wide Celebration Parade solve a math problem
assembly, “Altered States” using manipulatives, Pesto:
as well as classroom programs. Fourth such as blocks or geometric shapes, and Yields about 1 cup
graders studied “The Science of Lewis and enables 3-D solutions to be displayed Basil leaves tightly packed 2 cups
Clark” while fifth graders experienced on-screen in real time! It was an honor to Spinach leaves, tightly packed 1 cup
“Animal Innards” support our teachers and students with Pine nuts, toasted 1 tbsp.
In March, 20% of our students this lasting contribution. Lemon juice 1 tsp.
performed in our annual Talent Show! We also celebrated during Staff Garlic, fresh chopped 1 tsp.
With the help of producers Theresa Appreciation Week by decorating Parmesan cheese, fresh grated ¼ cup
and Sean McCoy and music teacher the staff room, arranging on-site staff Olive oil, extra virgin ½ cup
Wendi Stanek, a multitude of students massages and supplied meals and treats Kosher salt ¼ tsp. (or to taste)
felt the thrill of a cheering audience! for the entire staff. Students wrote
March also marked the culmination of poems, brought flowers, and created Place all ingredients into a food processor and process for about 90 seconds or
the PTO-sponsored Art Program with banners filled with sentiments of love until all ingredients are blended and bright green. Reserve.
the JVE School Student Art Exhibition. and appreciation. The PTO thanks
Throughout the school year, students local businesses who helped create the
studied master artists Jackson Pollock, successful week, including Jacksonville For the Dish:
Vincent Van Gogh, Andy Warhol and Eric Chiropractic, Pony Espresso, and Harry Greek feta cheese 4 ounces
Carle. Students learned methods of these and David. Also, thank you to PTO Kalamata Olives, pitted and sliced 2 ounces
artists and then created their own artwork members Sarah Grady and Jessica Haynes Sundried tomatoes 2 ounces
showcased in the Art Exhibition. This Art for organizing this event.
Program is entirely supported by the PTO The PTO works hard to support Choose your favorite large pasta bowls. Toss
and is taught by parent-volunteers. enriching, educational opportunities together your favorite pasta with pesto and grilled
Prolific children’s book author, Deborah for the children of Jacksonville. It is vegetables. Divide evenly into the pasta bowls and
Hopkinson, visited our school in April, important that our school reflects the rich sprinkle with cheese, olives and sundried tomatoes.
sharing her experiences as a writer and unique qualities and opportunities Slice chicken and fan out over the top. Enjoy.
and conducting a writers’ workshop found in this community. Our school’s
for intermediate grades. On May 26, strong tradition of excellence springs
under the direction of music teacher, from the support of many. Thank you to
Wendi Stanek, and sixth grade teacher, our principal, Rick Snyder, teachers and
Jim Finnegan, the fourth-sixth graders to the countless volunteers and donors
performed the musical Disney’s Sleeping who contribute their time and talents to
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SightSeeing
by Julie D. Danielson, O.D.

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ust as you need sunscreen to protect your skin from clouding of the lens of the eye called a cataract and can
ultraviolet (UV) light, you also need sun protection cause damage to the retina, the nerve-rich lining of your
for your eyes. UV radiation is a component of solar eye that is used for seeing. Damage to the lens or the
energy, but it can also be given off by artificial sources retina is usually not reversible.
like welding machines, tanning beds and lasers. The effects of UV radiation are cumulative. The longer
UV radiation is divided into UV-A, UV-B and UV- your eyes are exposed to UV radiation, the greater the
C. UV-C is absorbed by the ozone layer and does not risk of developing conditions such as cataracts in later
present any threat (man-made sources of UV-C, like life. Therefore, you should wear quality sunglasses that
welding arcs, are very harmful to the eyes, if you do not offer good protection and a hat or cap with a wide brim
use the proper protection). That’s not true of UV-A and whenever you are working outdoors, participating in
UV-B. Scientific evidence now shows that exposure to outdoor sports, taking a walk, running errands or doing
both UV-A and UV-B can have damaging long and short anything in the sun.
term effects on your eyes and vision. To provide protection for your eyes, your sunglasses
If you are exposed, unprotected, to excessive amounts should:
of UV radiation over a short period of time, you are likely • block out 99 to 100 percent of both UV-A and UV-B
to experience a condition called photokeratitis. Like a radiation;
“sunburn of the eye” it may be painful and you may have • screen out 75 to 90 percent of visible light;
symptoms including red eyes, a foreign body sensation or • be perfectly matched in color and free of distortion
gritty feeling in the eyes, extreme sensitivity to light and and imperfection; and
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degrees, nose down. Hold for another 30-60 seconds.
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Tuesday 11-5 is “the feeling that you or your you’ll probably get dizzy every time you change
Thursday 1–7 environment is moving when no positions at first. You may even be a bit nauseous.
movement occurs.” The two main Repeat the whole maneuver two more times and do
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Tuesday 2-6 deposits on them, restricting their natural free-flow food allergies and sometimes, just sleeping with your
movement. In other words, they get stuck. It usually head at a wrong angle.
Friday 2-6 happens in one ear at a time. Remember, see your doctor first. You can find the Epley
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Soul Matters Reflections


by Kate Ingram, M.A. by Gates McKibbin
“Probably no nation is rich enough to pay for both The sign at the Children’s Advocacy I experienced a sense of unity and
Center in Medford features a tag line that downright joy as I interacted with
war and civilization. We must make our choice;
would do a Madison Avenue advertising everyone who visited our table. A
we cannot have both.” Abraham Flexner agency proud. It says, “Healing Children member of the Garden Club told us that

I
have not been much at peace of at the Speed of Love.” When I read it for when they found out the Center needed
late, a fact which, not ironically, the first time, I felt a pang in my heart that pajamas, they provided 32 pair. Dr. Kerri
disturbs me. On May the second was both poignant and affirming. I was Hecox, the Center’s designated medical
I drove through our little town early in saddened that so many children needed provider and Jacksonville resident,
the morning taking my son to school and help – and gratified that this remarkable stopped by with her husband and two
was greeted by a display of American place was there for them. children to express her appreciation for
flags along California Street. I wondered The Children’s Advocacy Center serves what we were doing. Kerri mentioned
what holiday it was, but quickly realized abused children from three counties that the donated money would be used
it wasn’t a holiday (a word derived in a compassionate, innovative way. to buy urgently needed backpacks
from Holy Day); it was a celebration of It provides a home-like environment for all ages, which will be filled with
Osama bin Laden’s death--or killing to where children can disclose what they basics such as soap, shampoo, brushes,
be precise. And since that time I have are experiencing and receive coordinated toothpaste and toothbrushes. Right then
been consumed by a deep and abiding support services to begin their healing and there we began to plan our next
consternation and a heavy heart. process. This grassroots effort was born of Farmers Market sale.
The flags were not displayed at the love, and it continues to thrive on it. The A friend appeared with a plate of
request of any governmental body or sense of welcome and caring is palpable rhubarb muffins from the bake sale and
official, but rather at the behest of one the minute you walk in the door, creating another one brought gloriously decorated
individual, acting solely on her own a safe haven for those who need it. cupcakes for “dessert.” We drank coffee
personal feeling and desire and who, as it I knew next to nothing about the Center to warm our fingers, chatted with vendors
happens, has the ear of the Booster’s Club. the better angels of our nature. We look until I attended a neighbor’s birthday and neighbors, and made plans for our
When I asked this person if she had asked petty, juvenile and small.” And this is party. Over appetizers Ken Snoke and follow-up fund raiser. I tipped the couple
for permission from the business owners worrisome. Worrisome because violence I were talking about the “Community playing laid-back music and bought bags of
before placing the flags, she quickly and begets violence. Table” he added to the Saturday Farmers organic lavender for summer ice cream and
decidedly told me “no.” The ultimate weakness of violence is Market at the Courthouse in Jacksonville, shortbread. Then right after the last greeting
I am deeply disturbed by the flying that it is a descending spiral, where people can simply show up with card was on its way to a new home,
of the flags on that particular day for begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. homemade items they want to sell or reinforcements arrived to help us pack up.
two distinct, yet inextricably connected Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies trade. Before the entrée was served I had Only later did it occur to me that all
reasons, neither of which has anything it…adding deeper darkness to a night decided to sell my handmade collage morning we had been involved in healing
to do whatsoever with “patriotism.” My already devoid of stars. greeting cards at the table and donate all with the speed of love. In a community
concern is this: that a single individual Darkness cannot drive out darkness: of the money to the Center. full of people with plenty of love in their
could symbolically speak for the entire only light can do that. Baskets decorated like cabbages hearts, anything is possible.
community by unilaterally decorating Hate cannot drive out hate: from Harry & David provided an eye- Gates McKibbin moved to Jacksonville after
a public thoroughfare. A person may only love can do that. catching way to display the ten dozen working and living in the Bay Area for three
hang the flag at his or her home at any That quote is from Dr. King, who cards I ended up making. We arrived decades as a consultant to major corporations.
time, for any reason; that’s private perhaps was inspired by the apostle Paul, early to set up our greeting card garden. This column contains her musings about this
property. But in this case, a personal himself a convert from violence, who Then at the speed of, well, love, every remarkable community and her new life
point of view morphed into a public, stated: “Anyone who claims to be in the single card had sold by noon. far away from the fast lane.
collective voice; a voice that I, and many light but hates his brother is still in the
others, do not share. darkness. ” (1 John 2:9) Garden - Cont'd from Pg. 12
Moreover, the flying of the flag on that In my last column I said that it is
day was not in celebration of the end of important to ask the right questions to get in trying to keep up with all of them. she is learning to be more comfortable
hostilities. It was not to honor service men the right answers. The question here is not Yet, both make sure to take time out to with that feeling. After my experience in
and women, not even to honor the lives of one of patriotism; a person does not need sit and enjoy their efforts! Cheryl has their garden this evening, I know they
those killed on September 11; in such case to fly the flag to be a patriot. “Patriotism,” learned to not have to have her garden have succeeded in joyously marrying
they would be flown on September 11, is a red herring, leading away from the “coiffed” all the time, and Fred has the land with the home and taking the
so that we might remember, and reflect. real and more salient issues of proper learned to take time to sit and enjoy it imperfect perfection of color, texture,
There was no reflection in flying these boundaries (both personal and global), before starting another project. It is a and beauty to a most beautiful level. I
flags, just reaction; emotional, vengeful mutual respect and, above all, whether we sanctuary for both of them. am anxious to return to the finished back
reaction. The flags were flown in a fist- choose to be guided by hatred or by love. Their favorite time in the garden yard BBQ area (another idea!) and view
pumping celebration of the killing of a What Albert Einstein called a is anytime they can get into it! May the “perfected imperfection!” Personally,
human being. “deplorable love-of-country stance” through October provides morning sun I think it is pretty perfect already!
The founders of our nation fought and is what takes us into war. It separates, and evening shade they love. Cheryl Kay is the owner of Blue Door Garden Store,
struggled and debated long and hard to violates, and seeks to dominate. Witness noted that when they moved in, the located at 155 N Third St. Specializing in
create this exemplary, fragile democracy Greece, Rome, Germany, Japan...and land and home were never “married” paraphernalia for the home gardener; she
that we all appreciate and defend so the U.S. “You will never have a quiet to each other. As she works with it, she carries garden gifts, decor and a wide variety
vociferously. They fought not just so world,” George Bernard Shaw said, knows it is “perfectly imperfect” and of pots, tools, gloves, and organic products.
that we could fly the flag but in order “until you knock the patriotism out of
to create an entirely new social system: the human race.”
a system that respects the rights of the
individual against the tyranny of a
We are, when all is said and done, a
single, human race trying to co-exist
Joyfull Living
single person or collective. They created
a document that supports a democratic
on a tiny blue sphere suspended in
the heavens, and our smallness, our
by Louise Lavergne
process. And they fought with honor “us and them” attitude is threatening
and dignity; no less than George to kill us all. Patriotism, jingoism,
Washington himself issued an order and nationalism have no place on a Flowing with Life

I
that any man found to have humiliated, small, heavily populated planet. If
tortured or mistreated a prisoner of we are to find peace in our world, if often find myself telling my clients suffering. This causes the body to break
war would be severely punished as an we are to survive at all, we must rise and students to “let go of the down with a wide range of conditions.
example to the rest of the army. above such such small-mindedness, resistance.” It is the key to feeling As we learn to deepen our connection
Which leads me to a much larger rise above the darkness, to a level that great inside and out. If we start with our to our peaceful inner place, we are more
question, more troublesome and spiritual traditions have been pointing tight muscles… if you reach down for tuned-in to our intuition and can flow
profound: Is it right to celebrate the to for centuries. We must embrace our your toes and your find yourself so far with the changes more easily. Change
murder of a human being, even if that commonalities and not our differences. away from your destination because of is challenging for everyone! How well
person is your enemy? I question what We must recognize our fear, and rather stiff muscles, you are not going to get any we adapt is directly related to how well
spiritual or religious foundation there than defending it with hatred and closer by tensing your body. As you take we can thrive in these changing times.
might be for such an attitude. I wonder, violence, seek understanding and love. time too breathe and relax, you can stretch Staying in a state of worry, or making
unhappily, at the absence of a sense of We must, must recognize our oneness. a little easier and even a little farther. our choices based on fears, leads to more
human decency, of a simple maturity of This is why I was dismayed that Resisting Change stress and restricts our natural ability to
character. I wonder what happened to the Monday morning; this is why I do not Recently I had a wonderful opportunity heal and maintain general good health.
idea of justice that the United States used wish for a single person to speak for me to visit the San Diego Zoo and the You can learn a great deal from your
to champion: of bringing war criminals to in chauvinistic displays of the flag. This Wildlife Preserve. It was amazing to see garden hose. Turn the water on, step on
trial for their crimes, not shooting them- is why I wrote the mayor and the city and hear the stories of animals going the hose and you will see what resistance
-unarmed, in the face. I wonder if we are council and why I write this column every extinct, mostly because they couldn’t can do. IF we let go and let life flow, we
not succumbing to the habits of Imperial month. I try, in my own small way, to adapt to the changes in their life find there is an abundance of resources
Rome, where assassinations of the enemy speak for the angels of our better nature, conditions. Resistance to accept “what is” available to us.
were commonplace, their severed heads to speak for peace instead of war, to speak causes great stress and causes a species Remember to take time to breathe.
paraded on poles through the streets to for cooperation rather than violence and to vanish from the planet… “Wow,” I © Louise Lavergne 2001-2011 www.joyfull-
wild cheers. I do not wonder alone. retribution, to speak for the recognition thought, “it’s true of Humans, too.” We yoga.com; 899-0707 Louise is a JoyFull living
Jonathan Zimmerman, NYU professor that there is no “us” or “them”: there is are currently experiencing a great deal of coach, Motivational speaker & owns JoyFull
and author recently wrote: “By only US, without the periods. changes in our way of life. Energetically, Yoga LLC in Jacksonville. She offers group
celebrating death, even of someone as evil Katherine Ingram is a therapist, life coach things are different; the old way of doing & private sessions here and across North
as bin Laden, we let our worst impulses and writer. To respond or to schedule a session, things is no longer applicable and those America. She has been practicing and teaching
trump what Abraham Lincoln called please visit www.katherineingram.com. who refuse to adjust to the changes are yoga and meditation for over 25 years.
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Sanctuary One at Double Oak Farm


by Robert Casserly
There is something almost magical about the power of a similar fashion; and they use their voice to communicate
pigs to open a person’s mind to a new way of looking at human-like emotions such as happiness, excitement,
the world. Granted, dogs and cats are Man’s best friends. curiosity, and apprehension.
Horses are more majestic, llamas are lovelier, and simple At Sanctuary One, we’ve been learning pig-talk ever
creatures like cows, chickens, and goats may be easier to since Lisa, a formerly abused pig originally from the
comprehend. But pigs take the prize Seattle area, moved in with us a little over
when it comes to challenging our a year ago. For example, once a week a
notions of human superiority. Sanctuary volunteer heads toward the barn
It probably has a lot to do with with a five-gallon bucket full of pig slops
how intelligent pigs are. In George donated by MacLevin’s Whole Foods Deli.
Orwell’s seminal book Animal Farm, When Lisa’s massive snout first catches scent
when the animals oust the awful of the approaching slop bucket, she makes
drunkard Farmer Jones, guess who a drawn-out, sonorous rumble that you can
takes over? It’s the pigs who rise up feel in your bones, something akin to the
and turn into the barnyard’s dictators. loudest, deepest snore imaginable mixed
Orwell had it right. Whenever with the lowest note on a grand piano. This
we put a fresh bale of hay in the is Lisa’s way of saying “Hey you! I’m over
Sanctuary’s pasture, the fleet-footed here!” Then, as the volunteer comes closer
animals like horses and goats make an and Lisa is sure snack-time is imminent, she
eager dash for it. Meanwhile the pigs switches to an excited, rapid grunting. “I
amble over at a much more dignified smell MacLevin’s! Gimme! Gimme!” After
pace. Once the pigs arrive on the the glorious slops are dumped into her pig
scene, the other animals inevitably pen, Lisa makes a contented little whistling
yield to them with nary a fuss or fight. noise whenever she pauses long enough from
There seems to be a mutual understanding that pigs rule. gobbling down lettuce leaves, cabbage cores, and fruit
We didn’t get that memo, but apparently everyone else rinds to take a breath.
did, even the Sanctuary’s two cows who outweigh a pig As author Sy Montgomery put it in her book entitled
by a thousand pounds. The Good Good Pig, “Watching a pig eat is the ultimate
Recent research into pig cognition has revealed justly! vicarious thrill. Seldom can you take such pleasure in
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you walk upright on two legs, I am your BFF (that’s Best last year with a really mellow Airedale. I put her in her
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Paws for Thought


by Dr. Tami Rogers

Summer Trouble

I
am gazing out the window as I sit here at my heat. Instead, make sure your walk/run is scheduled
desk completely relieved by the sights before in the morning or late evening when temperatures
me. I see blue sky for what seems like the first are cooler. C) Keep them off of hot pavement/sand
time in months, I see leaves budding on the trees, I see when out and about. Hot asphalt can easily blister
beautiful flowers in bloom… all of the signs of spring the pads of their feet. A good rule of thumb… if it
which signifies warmer days to come. However, the is too hot for you to walk on comfortably, it is too
warm weather brings with it many things that can be hot for your pet! D) Always have adequate amounts
a significant danger to your pets. While I don’t want to of fresh water available when your pet is outside.
seem negative by always bringing up dangers, I do feel Provide multiple bowls/buckets that cannot be
there are a few things worth discussing. tipped over during play time. E) When outside,
1. Heartworm Disease – This fatal disease is make sure your pet has a shade source available at
transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito. all times during the day. If you are concerned that
Therefore, any pet that goes outside, even for the your pet may be suffering from heat stroke, don’t
briefest periods of time, is at risk. The infected wait! Dampen your pet with cool water (especially
mosquito will transmit microscopic parasites into the between the toes) and get to the nearest veterinary
blood stream that then develop into full sized worms office as soon as you can. Heat stroke can be fatal if
(about the size of a spaghetti noodle) in the heart left untreated.
of the newly infected animal. Once present in the 3. Foxtails and grass seeds – While these pesky things
bloodstream, the worms will continue to reproduce, are rarely fatal, they can be a nightmare for pets in
resulting in a large adult worm burden in the heart. the summer. Foxtails are excellent at finding their
Obviously, it doesn’t take long before the presence way into the eyes, nose, and ears of dogs and cats.
of these worms will cause irreversible damage to We also commonly find them embedded between
the heart and while treatment is possible, it is costly. toes or digging their way into the skin just about
The good news about Heartworm Disease is that anywhere on an animal. The result of a foxtail or
it is extremely easy to prevent. There are multiple grass seed can mean a deep scratch on the eye, a
products available to us that kill the microscopic bad ear infection or punctured ear drum, or violent
parasites before they have time to mature. New to sneezing fits. When they work their way into the
the market is an injection that provides protection skin an abscess will commonly result. While just a
for six full months and as most of you are familiar, nuisance to pets and owners alike, prevention is key
there are pills that can be given on a monthly basis. to avoid a trip to the veterinary office. Here are a few
2. Heat exposure – Our pets are not able to sweat like things that will help: A) Keep the grasses and weeds
we do in order to help them cool down. The only on your property trimmed short so they can’t go to
way they can dissipate heat is by panting and the seed. B) Keep the hair between your pets toes and
only place they sweat is from between their toes. under their ears trimmed short. It is also wise to do
Because of this, they are incredibly susceptible a thorough full body check after your pet has been
to heat stroke. As our weather is getting warmer running around outside. C) Avoid areas with tall
it is important to remember these tips: A) Never grasses and visible foxtails when outdoors.
leave your pet unattended in a vehicle. Even on a Even with all the dangers that exist for our pets, summer
moderate day where outside temperatures are only in the Rogue Valley is absolutely wonderful. I hope that
70 degrees, the internal temperature of a car can yours is full of fun times and adventure with your pets!
quickly reach 110 even with the windows cracked. Dr. Rogers can be reached at the Jacksonville
B) Avoid exercising your pet in the midday summer Veterinary Hospital at 541-899-1081.

Wine Talkers - Cont'd from Pg. 23


Natural Products Used
Crest Vineyard Services, the Martins planted their first tasting room in which they can pour past vintages and
two acres of Tempranillo on Thompson Creek in 2003. sell directly to consumers. The Cleaning Crew
While waiting for those vines to mature, the Martins “We absolutely love the Applegate Valley and its
purchased fruit from another grower. tremendous beauty,” says Les, who credits his in-laws,
Housecleaning
They made their first vintage at RoxyAnn Winery in Larry and Becky Sullivan, for luring him away from the You Can Count On Us!
Medford in 2003 and continued that successful custom- bright city lights. The Sullivans live on the property in a • Homes • Offices
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This fall, for the first time, they will bring their grapes Janet Eastman writes about Southern Oregon wine for
to their winery to be crushed and coaxed into their national publications and websites. Her work can be seen at
respected wine. And this summer, they will have a www.janeteastman.com

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Snapshot - Cont'd. from Pg. 5

E A SONS PAINT Heritage Society ($1500) for repairs to David Towe addressed concerns over

L S ING
the Beekman House, and Jacksonville code violations creating traffic and

L
Oregon Business Association ($3,000) for pedestrian safety risks, congestion
marketing and promotional projects. issues, health risks from unlicensed food

A INTERIOR RESIDENTIAL
Council heard a presentation from
HARC member Gary Collins on proposed
sign ordinance guidelines for association
vendors and out of town vendors selling
wares without business licenses and/
or permits. Towe said that there is no
wishing to utilize the Jacksonville plan to shut down the event, but that
EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL “brand” for marketing purposes. changes must be implemented to protect
The issue was sparked after AVOVA the city from liability. In 2010, Towe
CCB#111149 (Applegate Valley Oregon Vintners said it took him 15 minutes to traverse
Association) was denied permission to town on his motorcycle due to illegal
install a “Jacksonville…Gateway to the parking and traffic issues. Council also
Applegate Valley Wine Trail” sign on heard about a vendor from Redding, CA
4 GENERATIONS OF CUSTOM PAINTING private property last year. The move is an who rolled into town to sell a trailer of
attempt to structure a win-win plan that cheaply-made wares who then left a pile

541-779-8696 will grant relief to associations bringing


benefit to the city. After discussion,
Council agreed to schedule a study
of trash behind for city crews. Council
will address the issue formally at an
upcoming meeting and will launch a
“We simply paint for a living, not a killing” session on the matter. media campaign to reign-in the event
Mayor Paul Becker read a prepared to return to a community-oriented one
statement for the 90 day performance for residents and non-profit groups. The
review of interim City Administrator Jeff major risk issue to be dealt with this year
Alvis. Please see, “Alvis Gets an ‘A’” on page 7. is insuring all city rights-of-way are free
Council appointed Rob Buerk to the of yard sale interference – no yard sale
Land & Buildings Committee. He joins vendors/residents may set up on sidewalks,
present City Councilors Paul Becker, city streets, alleys or other city areas. Towe
Donna Schatz, Dan Winterburn, and noted that private property owners and
Citizens Ellee Cellar, Clara Wendt and their guests will still be permitted to hold
Steve Casaleggio on the committee. sales on their own property without a
During staff reports, Council heard permit or business license.
Anita’s from Fire Chief Devin Hull who was
requesting permission to conduct a series
An OLCC permit was approved for
Pony Espresso Coffeehouse to serve beer
Alteration Center of “Burn to Learn” training exercises. The
Fire Department was offered the property
and wine.
City Planner Amy Stevenson’s plan to
at 560 “G” Street by the owner who change the Planning Department hours
1700 E. Barnett Rd. Ste B intends to remove the house from the of operation to enable staff more time
property. Prior to joining the JVFD four to process applications and improve
(Ellendale & Barnett) Medford years ago, Hull was a Jackson County customer service was approved. New
(541) 772-8535 or team leader for the "Burn to Learn" hours will go into effect July 11.
program and felt the property offered a Council enthusiastically and
(541) 899-7536 good chance for crew training. Council unanimously approved a new Senior
will discuss the matter formerly at a Watch Program (see page 7 for details).
Same Service, New Location! future meeting. Police Department program to provide
May 17: City Council held a Study finger printing services at the police station
Session to address growing concerns at 225 S. 3rd Street was unanimously
about the annual City-wide yard sale, supported. The new service is FREE for

Big Selection! held each September. The non-city and


non-Chamber of Commerce-sanctioned
event has grown from a one day event
residents and $15 for non-residents.
HARC is seeking a new member
and Council extended the application
~ Little Store ~ into a multi-day event. Police Chief deadline to fill the volunteer post.

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• Michael Altman • Louise Lavergne
535 North 5th Street • Paul Becker • Gates McKibbon
Jacksonville, OR 97530 • Cliff Beneventi • Sandy Metwally
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• Mary Ann Carlson • Nick Nichols
“Come and see us for unsurpassed service and technical expertise.” Jana Jensen, Owner • Robert Casserly • Tami Rogers
• Julie Danielson • Pamela Sasseen
• Janet Eastman • Kathy Tiller
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC NOTICE
• Paula & Terry Erdmann • Cheryl Von Tress
NEW PLANNING DEPARTMENT HOURS • Kay Faught • Allison Weiss
• Criss Garcia • Kristi Wellburn
In order to give the Planning staff time to update application forms and • Adam Haynes • Hannah West
streamline application processing, the Planning Department will be closed to
the public the week after 4th of July, and re-open with new hours on July 11th.
• Bill Heubel • Gaye Wilson
• Devin Hull
Planning Department will be Closed to the public July 5, 6, 7 and 8 • Kate Ingram Photographers
Building Permits will still be processed during this week.
• Ginger Johnson • Janet Eastman
We thank you in advance for your patience and consideration during this week. • Carolyn Kingsnorth • David Gibb
• Amy Kranenburg • Mike Tupper
In an effort to provide better customer service the Planning Department
will be changing their hours. Have an idea or suggestion for the Review?
For print: contact Whit at 541-899-9500 or whitman@jacksonvillereview.com.
The new hours will be effective Monday, July 11th and will be as follows: For website: contact Jo at 541-227-8011 or jo@jacksonvillereview.com

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June
Mavis 2011
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Mavis Marney
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Office: 541.488.1460 Suite #103
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