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Fire Restrictions

scoopandsteam:

We would like to share the most recent fire restrictions with everyone as shared by the Gold Post:

Originally posted on Fergus Gold Post:

The thunderstorms and dry heat we have been experiencing in the area recently has prompted the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) Northeast District to issue a Regulated Use Closure, which went into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, July 15, 2014.

“All lands protected by the district will be placed under heightened fire safety restrictions at that time, including forest land within one-eighth mile of the district boundary.”

To read the entire notice, use the following link:   http://sumpter.info/goldpost/firerestrictions714.pdf

For complete fire restrictions, and other useful information, visit the Blue Mountain Interangency Dispatch Center

Please check with your local Forest Service office

for fire regulations on National Forest land. 

Information on Public-Use Restrictions on the Oregon Department of Forestry, Umatilla National Forest and Wallowa Whitman National Forest can be found at http://bmidc.org/index.shtmlunder Current Information: Fire Restrictions.

Skully says…. be safe out there folks!

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Memorial Day Flea Market Photos

The weather was good for the Memorial Day Flea Market this weekend…..

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Next Flea Market in Sumpter is

Independence Day

July 4th – July 7th

See more flea market photos at fergusgoldpost.wordpress.com

Free Ice Cream

scoop and steamer in sumpter oregon

Okay, there is a small catch to this offer…..but we promise it has nothing to do with a free cruise from Florida or winning the lottery in India!

Here’s the deal….

To celebrate the new season of the Sumpter Valley Dredge State Park…..we will offer a free scoop of ice cream (of course, you do get to choose your flavor!)  to anyone who purchases a Friends of the Dredge membership while visiting the dredge in Sumpter.

Sumpter Valley Dredge in Sumpter Oregon

Sumpter Valley Dredge in Sumpter Oregon

A Friends of the Dredge membership really doesn’t cost that much and is a great way to become involved with the restoration and preservation of this great historic icon..……

even if you don’t live here.

As a Friends of the Dredge member, you will receive newsletters that will let you stay current with Sumpter Valley Dredge all year.

To learn more, just be sure to stop in at the Friends of the Dredge Interpretive Store on your next visit to the Sumpter Valley Dredge.

Sorry, but we do have to insert a small disclaimer here…..

To quality for your free scoop of ice cream, you must purchase a Friends of the Dredge membership while visiting the Sumpter Valley Dredge in person and at that time, you will receive a coupon that can be redeemed for a scoop of our regular hard ice cream.

This offer is good during the season of the Sumpter Valley Dredge State Park

which ends Oct 31st, 2014.

Visit Friends of the Dredge at:  www.friendsofthedredge.wordpress.com

 

New Summer Hours

No, it’s not exactly summer  - yet.

But it is the time we look forward to each year - when we get to increase our hours!

Scoop and Steamer Summer Hours

Beginning May 11th,

Scoop and Steamer Restaurant summer hours are:

Monday – Thursday  -  7 am to 4 pm

Friday – Sunday – 7 am to 6 pm

We will be open every day of the week all summer!

SVFD Auxiliary Meeting

SVFD Auxiliary - Sumpter Flea Market

SVFD Auxiliary – Sumpter Flea Market

From the desk of LeAnne Woolf….

The next Auxiliary meeting will be May 7 at 2 pm at the Schoolhouse Community Center.

Other dates to look forward to on the Auxiliary calendar are a June breakfast,

brats and baked goods on sale at the three Flea Markets,

food service at the 5th Annual Music in the Meadow Aug 16-17,

and the annual spaghetti feed in October.

The new officers–Lila Young, president; Marlene Bork, vice-president; Secretary/Treasurer & Assistant Secretary Treasurer, Michaelle Clarke and Toni Thompson–take office on July 1.

Two members-at-large still need to be selected before then.

Sumpter Poker Run

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Time for one of our favorite events of the year!

Sumpter Poker Run and Outhouse Races

Saturday, February 15th 7:00 am – 2:30 pm

Outhouse races to follow poker run approx. 3:00 pm

Get more information at: sumpteroregon.wordpress.com

Snow or no snow – the poker run WILL NOT be canceled!

See you at the Poker Run!

2013 Sumpter Poker Run

2013 Sumpter Poker Run

 

 

 

Need to get warm?

Fall colors were great this year…but it seems we are sliding into colder temps which can only mean one thing in Sumpter……..

Hot  Chocolate at the Scoop N Steamer in Sumpter Oregon

Steaming Hot Chocolate and Sprinkles

In Sumpter, we aren’t afraid of the cold……we just know what to do to warm up!  :)

It’s Fall in Sumpter….!

We would like to remind everyone that it’s fall again in Sumpter! Of course, everywhere you look in Sumpter you can see bright vibrant fall colors popping out – and the drive up the mountain is breathtaking.….but we wanted to show you that perhaps the best place to enjoy these radiant fall colors is at the

Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area

and by the way…..

this beautiful state park just happens to be right outside our back door……

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But if this sounds like a good idea….you’d better hurry….the state park closes for the season on Oct 30th and won’t open again until May 1st.

So…do you think a cozy fall weekend in Sumpter might be in order?

We’ll be waiting by the phone just in case you decide this might be a good idea!  :)

Oh, and did you know about our cabin special….?

stay three or more nights and get the fourth night FREE!

give us a call for details!

Labor Day Flea Market 2013

we excited!

Awakenings: July: National ICE CREAM Month

scoopandsteam:

Okay, so now that you all know it’s National Ice Cream month..what possbile excuse could you think of to not have an ice cream cone at the Scoop? :)

Originally posted on catnipoflife:

2013, Sharla Lee Shults

See on Scoop.itcatnipoflife

Can’t believe I just learned recently July is National Ice Cream Month! It actually started back in 1984 when President Ronald Reagan recognized the impact eating ice cream has on 90% of the nation’s population. Now, how in the world do you think I missed that reason for celebration? One will surely never know!

With it being summertime, what better treat to cool the summer heat than ice cream! More than likely you can reflect back on your childhood days and remember the scream for ice cream! I know I surely can. Even with our own kids the sound of the ice cream truck coming down the street brought on giggles, laughter and scampering to see who could get there first!

Continued @Awakenings

Sharla Shults‘s insight:

So, what are you waiting for – an engraved invitation?…

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