The annual Shop with a Cop event was hosted by Believe in Your Community, a Salem-based non-profit, Dec. 10, at Target located in Keizer Station.
Michael Katz relaxed in a recliner in the living room of his north Keizer home while Angels wrapped gifts. The Angels are the Music Box kind, a Keizer-based non-profit that gives away hundreds of music boxes to brighten lives of those who are facing personal struggles.
In a new annual tradition, Independence Day festivities in Keizer opened with a run on the Saturday before the Fourth.
The Capital Polar Plunge was in Salem on Saturday, at Illahe Hills Country Club. More than 365 participants took the plunge into the chilled pool, raising more than $60,000 for Special Olympics in the process.
Runners and walkers started off the Independence Day weekend with a 5K run or 3K walk through McNary Estates at the VetsFest 5K on Saturday, July 2. VetsFest was organized by Help Oregon Veterans, a non-profit company that aids veterans in finding emergency shelter. “I think everybody that’s driven through[Read More…]