The Office of Oregon’s Governor Tina Kotek is now accepting applications to fulfill the two partial terms for the Oregon State Board of Agriculture (BOA) producer positions.
Keizer is a city that likes to help and with the motto, Pride, Spirit and Volunteerism it is apparent that citizens here strive to make theirs and others lives in Keizer better. Check out just a few volunteering opportunities for all ages.
Several board positions have become available for interested members of the public.
The City of Keizer is looking for volunteers to fill multiple open committee positions.
The annual volunteer clean up of the Keizer Civic Center campus is scheduled for Saturday, March 11. Dozens of community volunteers are needed to help, starting at 9 a.m.
One of 70 Oregon Red Cross volunteers, Fuller answered the call for help. The organization has a list of hundreds of disaster relief volunteers from around the country who can respond to natural disasters including tornadoes and floods. He had a business obligation first, so he packed up the supplies he needed and headed to the east coast.
The Wallace House Park fall maintenance project is in need of volunteers to help with park cleanup on Oct. 29.
The Volunteer Coordinating Committee met on Sept. 8 to nominate several individuals to fill upcoming vacancies on the Budget Committee and the Planning Commission, all of whom City Council approved unanimously during theSept. 19 session. Position 1 on the Budget Committee will be filled by Marlene Parsons. This position was[Read More…]