A Keizer parks staff member along with two members of the Environmental and Technical Division and a single volunteer participated in a creek-side planting event at Claggett Creek Park on Nov. 9 from 1-3 p.m.
Author: Quinn Stoddard
he entire Keizer City Council met on Nov. 6 to put forth a series of proclamations this month as well as discuss and vote on a series of resolutions involving the peer court, the Keizer police, the various volunteer committees as well as joining a lawsuit against large cable franchises.
The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) is inviting community agencies in the area to apply for a portion of $2.25 million in funding to provide for those who entered the US from Ukraine as a refugee.
A collection of committee meetings from October
An exhibit focusing on Oregon’s history of Black pioneers and their achievements in the state opened Nov. 1 and will remain open through Feb. 1, 2024, at the Salem Public Library.
Multiple events will be occurring in the Salem-Keizer area this coming Veterans day.
The Oregon Poet Laureate program is now accepting applications through Jan. 8, 2024, from those interested in becoming the state’s new poet laureate with their term starting May 2024.
The Latin Business Alliance (LBA), in partnership with the Energy Trust of Oregon and the City of Keizer, will host the annual Expo Negocio (Business Expo) event at the Keizer Civic Center on Thursday, Nov. 9.
The West Keizer Neighborhood Association (WKNA) conducted a clean-up and gardening event at Wallace House Park on Saturday Oct. 28, in conjunction with the Claggett Creek Watershed Council.
Friends of Felines hosted an event with the Little Critters Rescue on Sunday, Oct. 22, at their clinic located at 4157 Cherry Ave. where they provided services to over 400 pets to help improve the life quality of Keizer pets.