Soaring Heights Recovery Homes in Keizer was recently awarded a $20,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation.
Hundreds of people attended Keizer’s 40th birthday celebration at the civic center on Saturday, June 17.
The night before, many attended the 1980s-themed dance inside the community center, with a disc jockey, a birthday cake and celebratory cupcakes.
The city of Keizer is set to celebrate 40 years on Friday and Saturday.
Keizer Mayor Cathy Clark gave her formal State of the City address before a lunch time audience on Tuesday, March 14. She spoke before a crowd of public officials and private sector leaders at the Keizer Civic Center.
Virginia had great faith, and was not afraid. She was most frustrated by not being able to meet an upcoming grandchild in the spring. Her hope of an earthy resurrection gave her much comfort.
Keizer Awarded four outstanding individuals on Saturday, January 21st, for accomplishments and overachievement through their display of Pride, Spirit, and Volunteerism over the course of the 2022 year. Marsha Stallings awarded First Citizen 2022. Lyndon Zaitz awarded Merchant of the Year 2022. Erik Jesperson awarded Service to Education 2022. Tim[Read More…]
The Keizer Cultural Center and Keizer Homegrown Theatre (KHT) were recipients of financial grants from the Marion Cultural Development Corporation (MCDC) at a reception on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at Salem’s Mission Mill.
Discussion of Keizer’s 40th-birthday celebration took up much of the city’s Community Diversity Engagement Committee meeting Thursday, Jan. 5.
Keizer City Council meets on Monday, Dec. 19th at 7 p.m. in regular session.
Shane Witham has almost three decades of institutional knowledge and planning under his belt. A Keizer native, Witham is a cheerleader for the city.