Water Jackson Street trees
It's just a tragedy that some of the people on Jackson Street can't so much as water the trees that would help upgrade their street so much. Notice that the trees that are dying match the rest of the accompanying yard and house.
If it isn't already too late, why can't the person in charge assign certain trees to volunteers to water once or twice a week? I'd be the first volunteer. Maybe the root of the dead-looking ones are still alive. I wouldn't mind two trees. I pass that street most every day.
It's very obvious the articles in the paper are not going to all of a sudden turn sloppy people into people who care about their property or they would have already assumed a little responsibility. ' Ellen James, Medford
Wings say thanks
The Rogue Valley Wings would like to thank Sara, from the Naumes shop who put on a barbecue for our Yahtzee ride, and provided the grand prize of a Joe Rocket jacket. Also the Indian Motorcycle Shop for furnishing the donuts and coffee, Denny's Restaurant and Green Springs Inn, for being checkpoints for our event. Each place also gave us donations for door prizes and auction items. Gordon Frei was the lucky winner of the Joe Rocket jacket. We still have the Samsung 220SE digital camera on a raffle ticket for sale. This was donated by Bach's Camera of Medford, and is valued at &
36;400. The winner will be drawn on Oct. 4, 2003.
Tickets may be purchased by calling: Lillian at 541-664-6473. You need not be present to win. One hundred percent of this money goes to the Multiple Sclerosis society.
Check our Web page: ' Lillian Schroeder, Central Point, chapter director, Rogue Valley Wings