The Mid-Columbia Celilo Daughters of the American Revolution chapter donated over 550 books for the Children’s Book Bank, a nonprofit located in Portland, which will distribute them in the Portland area to low income preschool and grade school children.
Community members taught origami, provided music, and showed aspects of their folklore during the first Gorge Culture Fest, May 21 at Columbia Gorge Community College.
I am slow/late getting this information in the paper but felt it should still be reported. Unfortunately, with all the recent passing of neighbors and friends, I thought I should remind everyone that for interment arrangements at the Pine Grove Butte Cemetery, Jean Godfrey is the Secretary and can be reached on her cell at 541-490-7713. Randy Holmstrom is the Sexton (grounds keeper) and can be reached on his cell at 541-380-1130.
Exactly 73 years to the day the church first came into being, life-long valley resident Rev. Don Howell was voted unanimously to become the permanent pastor of Valley Worship Center.
At Mid Valley Elementary School, it’s the same occurrence every May, as dependable as the annual arrival of one’s birthday.
Fun run raises over $10,000
“I get knocked down/But I get up again/No, you’re never going to keep me down...”
C.J. Woodward and Ken Tubbs write: “On the morning of May 6, we needed the help of medical and emergency services and was very lucky to live in Hood River County.
Nellie Hjaltalin, 88, has found it hard to retire as a driver with the Hood River Valley Adult Center (HRVAC) Meals on Wheels program, where she’s volunteered for the past 25 years.
The Oregon State University Extension office is sponsoring a new program in the upper valley with a series of classes from May 12 through July 31.
Friends are hosting the Brian McClure Memorial Hike on May 9, to remember Parkdale resident Brian McClure, who died April 8 while mountain biking on Dog River Trail.
Sometimes life has to smack you on the noggin to get your attention.
How much can we inspire a community to give when its most talked-about little girl is facing the cancer fight of her life, always smiling despite the grim odds? In Hood River and beyond, that’s the question that’s been on the minds of hundreds of people, particularly those who are making tutus and planning to wear other fun costumes to show their spirit and support in the 2nd Annual Lila May Tutu Trot.
8-year-old organizes bike restoration, give-away program
Anson is a very special 8 year old who lives in Hood River.
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.
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.
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