Kickin’ Cancer, a local organization that supports individuals during their cancer journey, has opened a retail store in Keizer, sharing the space with Kuhl Discs, a disc golf organizer, sponsor and retailer.
Executive director Baron Robison opened the store to the public on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 3737 Cherry Ave. NE.
The retail side of Kickin’ Cancer sells many items with the organization’s logo, such as t-shirts, hats and beanies. The store also has a wellness center where those facing cancer can learn about nutrition, purchase JunicePLUS, a healthy food supplement that boosts one’s immune system. Also available is alkaline water and essential oils.
The Pathways program at Kickin’ Cancer supports the youth of families with a cancer-stricken member. Volunteers go to homes as mentor to support youths in the home and assist in what they need in the moment. Robin Paulissen directs the Pathways Program from the Cherry Avenue location.
Kickin Cancer is a broker for Globe Life, an insurance company that helps pay for the indirect costs of cancer such as lost income and savings, in-home care and more.
Sharing the space at 3737 Cherry Ave. is Kuhl Discs, which offers hundreds of items for playing disc golf. Kuhl Discs is owned by Noah Kuhl. A majority of the space is filled with colorful discs and other game equipment including apparel.
Kuhl also organizes and sponsors disc golf tournaments in the region.
Hours for the store are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments for Saturdays are available by calling 541-961-3460.
Contact Kuhl Discs at 916-747-5329 or visit them on the web at kuhldiscs.com.