Local cyclists filled the ranks for two-wheeled adventures in Hood River County and in central Oregon earlier this fall.
Country Financial recently donated $1,000 to Hope Unlimited in honor of Keith Howell of Hood River.
Sept. 4 to Oct. 14
MARRIAGE PERMITS: Sept. 4 to Oct. 14
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Shanna McGowan of Hood River was among 30 students who on Aug. 20 graduated during the annual White Coat Ceremony from Rocky Mountain College in the Masters of Physician Assistant Studies program.
Columbia Gorge CASA launches a new annual fundraising event called “CASAS for CASA,” a custom-built child’s playhouse raffle.
On June 30 River of Life Assembly hosts its annual block party, from 3-6 p.m. at the church, 979 Tucker Road, Hood River.
Immanuel Church (Ninth and State streets) invites all children ages 4-11 to a wonderful week of “Kingdom Rock — where kids stand strong for God!” This free week of fun, games, crafts, songs, treats, faith lessons and surprises galore happens from 9 a.m. to noon, July 8-12.
Radio Tierra presents “Here in the Gorge” on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m.
On June 1, the 44 Trails Association hosted a trail work day followed by a fundraiser at Dirty Fingers Bicycle. About 50 volunteers worked on the trails while more than 100 people attended the party.
This summer Hood River Valley High School Health Media Club members, along with local summer school students and artist-in-residence Allison Bell Fox, will be creating two large murals for the Wy’east Middle School stadium.
Local author Scott Cook will present a slideshow, and video presentation “Historic Secrets of the Gorge”, on May 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Columbia Center for the Arts.
Mothers’ Day is May 12. We asked five Hood River residents of varying ages to tell us, “What do you love about your mother?” as a kind of Mothers’ Day card to moms everywhere.
With volunteer workers edging over a hundred adults plus innumerable child-helpers, the Earth Day celebration and Waterfront park cleanup event on Saturday simultaneously brought smiles to faces and much-needed order to park landscaping.
Last week’s MDA Lockup event in Hood River reaped $20,000.