8-year-old organizes bike restoration, give-away program
Anson is a very special 8 year old who lives in Hood River.
Climbing volcanic trails. Making fresh mozzarella cheese. Bicycling through alfalfa fields. Hunting for salmon.
Cameron Teems, RNC-OB, Family Birth Center, Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, reports that 27 new baby blankets were collected during the center’s Sweet Pea Project blanket drive.
Weather Machine, more at CEBU; ‘Hillbillies’ at Vintage Grille; more
Get ready to know your onions at Table of Friends, The Next Door’s annual benefit dinner and dessert auction, May 1 with the theme, “Puttin’ On The Ritz” from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Springhouse Cellars.
The Ford Family Foundation of Roseburg, Ore., has recognized Parkdale resident Kristin Reese with a Ford Community Fellowship award. This honor is given to residents in rural Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif., who demonstrate a commitment to community service and to the pursuit of rural community vitality.
Blossom Time, the valley-long spring festival in Hood River County, comes to a close this weekend. There are a variety of things to eat, drink, and experience.
Mosier Schools holds its biggest fundraiser of the year today — the Made for Mosier Art Auction and Gala. As a charter school, Mosier gets 80 percent of its funding from the state and county, with the rest coming from fundraisers. The goal is to raise at least $30,000 at this gala.
WELL DONE: Ink drawings by Kristina Cancelmi (above) on display through April 30 at Dog River Coffee. These bittersweet observations on love and life employe images and words, including a lyric by the 1980s Scottish band Big Country. Cancelmi is the graphic artist for Full Sail Brewing.
Tyson Miller, 16, Hood River Valley High School sophomore, has been busy the past few weeks, helping get ready for the school’s 8th Annual FFA Steak Feed and Silent Auction fundraiser, held today (April 25) in the HRVHS cafeteria and Commons beginning at 6 p.m.
Fair weather shines on valley events: more this weekend
While most agreed that Saturday was the busier day, the weekend’s warm, sunny weather brought scores of visitors to the valley for the second weekend of Blossom Time.
Spring is usually the time we think about sprucing things up around our homes and the Mt. Hood Town Hall is no exception.
Ground was broken Monday for the Georgiana Smith Memorial Park project, which will expand the library grounds into an adjoining lot west and create new landscaping with additional paths and seating areas, while keeping the popular open lawn area. Virginia Hosford, Library Foundation member, told the 30-40 people who came to celebrate the event that the project was the culmination of the efforts of many people.
Gordy Sato delivers roses to Brookside Manor Friday, a sort of Rotary Roses, part 2: Sato, a Hood River Rotarian and Parkdale orchardist, organizes the annual rose sale on the third Thursday of each April.
Buetow, Hazelnuts at Everybody’s; Jazz fusion show May 21; more
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