Weekly Newsletter | March 14, 2023

March 15: Farmers Ending Hunger Helps Feed Oregonians   Farmers Ending Hunger is an Oregon nonprofit established in 2005. Its mission is to deliver more high-quality, locally produced food commodities to the Oregon Food Bank network. Since the first donation in the fall of 2006, over 33 million pounds of food commodities have been donated. Executive […]

Weekly Newsletter | March 7, 2023

March 8: Enjoy a Performance by the Sprague High School Choir   The Sprague High School Choir has a history of excellence and outstanding teachers, including Gary Frame, Russ Christensen, and now David Brown. The choir has won several State OSAA Championships and is considered to be one of the best High School Choirs in the […]

Weekly Newsletter | February 21, 2023

February 22: Salem’s Career Technical Education Center   Rhonda Rhodes, Principal of the Career Technical Education Center for Salem Keizer Public Schools, will be joining us this week. In her sixth year at the helm of CTEC, she remains passionate about preparing students for exciting, high-paying, and rewarding careers. Rhonda enjoys the innovation involved in her position and will […]

Weekly Newsletter | February 14, 2023

February 15: Update on Epping Homestead Boys & Girls Club   Because of you, and other generous community members, the Boys & Girls Club opened its doors in October to serve more youth in our community.    Join us tomorrow at the Epping Homestead Boys & Girls Club to hear from our very own Sue Bloom on the […]

Weekly Newsletter | February 7, 2023

February 8: Meet the Justice of the Peace   Did you know that the Office of Justice of the Peace was established in 1362 by King Edward III of England? Join us as we hear from Justin Kidd, who is Marion County’s Justice of the Peace. Justin will share a bit about the history of the Justice […]

Weekly Newsletter | January 31, 2023

February 1: Diana Ramallo & Women-led Restaurants   Being a restaurateur runs in Diana’s family. She is the second generation of three women-owned restaurants in Salem. Owner of Amadeus, DeAnna will share her family history, the importance of women as small business owners, the beauty of food, and her work with non-profits supporting children and families.    […]

Weekly Newsletter | January 24, 2023

January 25: Advancements in Diabetes Care   Diabetes can be a scary diagnosis. It is a chronic disease with some dangerous consequences if not managed. The great news is that there are so many advancements in the care of diabetes. Whether you’re pre-diabetic, Type 1, or Type 2, technology, new medications, and lifestyle changes are improving the […]

Weekly Newsletter | January 17, 2023

January 18: Sparrow Furniture – Building Furniture and Futures for Salem Refugees Go into Issacs’ Coffee House Downtown and you will see the handiwork of Sparrow Furniture and the Refugees they employ! But furniture is not the only thing being made at Sparrow Furniture. Sparrow Furniture empowers refugees by providing paid apprenticeship and language classes in a custom […]

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