With members of his family gathered around, Roy Ziebart celebrated his 95th birthday at Keizer’s Arete Living (formerly Arbor Memory Care) on Tuesday, May 30.
Hulu puts up a brick with “White Men Can’t Jump”
White Men Can’t Jump isn’t hustling anyone. The remake that should have been left on the bench, as TJ Reid leaves his thoughts on Hulu’s remake of the 30-year old streetball classic.
‘Diamonds’ raises more than $20K for holiday baskets
The Keizer Network of Women’s (KNOW) Percey Presents event added more than $23,000 to the Gift Basket program for 2023. The program delivers food boxes, gifts and toys to families in need during the holidays. Percey Presents, held on May 25 at the Keizer Civic Center, is an annual fundraiser giving women the opportunity to dress in evening wear.
Arts commission needs two new members
The City of Keizer is soliciting applications for volunteers to be considered to serve on the Keizer Public Arts Commission.There are two vacancies. The commission reviews, evaluates, selects, maintains, and documents all artwork, public art, and public murals within the city. The commission may advise the city council and City[Read More…]
A meaningful gift
During Spring Break most people go vacationing or simply just stay at home and rest, McNary High School Principal Erik Jespersen however, decided to donate his kidney.
REVIEW: “The Mother”, not bad, not good
JLo goes a new direction in action flick “The Mother” on Netflix
EVENTS: Career fairs, sun and Memorial Day
Career fairs, sun and Memorial Day
Book sale brings in $2,700
The Keizer Community Library’s spring book sale raised $2,700 for library operations. About 3,500 items in total were sold include hardcover and paperback books, puzzles and DVDs.
Keizer community events calendar
Keizer Community Events
Book Review: “Who Cares: The Hidden Crisis of Caregiving, and How We Solve It” by Emily Kenway
You might have heard your name called, but you couldn’t be sure so you laid in bed, waiting, too exhausted to move. If Mom needed you, she’d call once more and you’d tend to her needs then. It’s 3 a.m. but, as in the new book, “Who Cares” by Emily Kenway, there’s no punch-clock in this job you’ve assumed.