Dear Editor:

I am sure many of you know me, for those that don’t here is a little information.

I was born in the old Orofino Hospital in 1952, lived on Three Mile Road and attended Weippe Schools until Timberline High School was built. I was in the first graduating class of Timberline in 1970, attended college in Spokane, Kinman and Gonzaga graduating with an accounting degree. Beginning my career in Accounting until retirement.

My husband, John, and I lived in many places in the US for his career with United Airlines. We have two sons. John and I moved to the family homestead on Three Mile Road (that was willed to me at age 8 by grandmother, Bertha Carr Fidler) after our retirements, built our home and currently live happily with our pets.

I would like to represent my district for the Weippe Cemetery. I promise to have an open door policy, listen to your input and inform you of meetings so you can attend. I promise complete transparency with the board’s actions.  

I have held many positions, as a board member of Homeowner’s Associations to Museum director.

I am currently the President of the board for the Weippe Hilltop Museum. I feel my record with the museum states my ability to handle a successful board member position.

I would appreciate your vote on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021.

Sally Marks

Weippe

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