Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Check out CSC’s race video made by CSC: www.youtube.com/cscaction.
There is time to get your team together to join in the relay, for information and to register go to the www.communityservices.us and click on Barrel to Keg. You will be in great company, joining teams already signed such as the Beer ded Ladies, Five O’Clock Somewhere, Just Hoping to Finish, Roy G. Biv’s, Running Junkies, Philomath Phans of the Phartlek, and many more.
Twenty seven members of Linn and Benton counties gleaning groups attended the workshop. About 4500 gleaners belong to 14 non-profit gleaning groups in Linn and Benton counties. They gather food year-round by harvesting crops, picking up donated food at local stores and repackaging bulk food at the Food Share warehouse. They share half the food they glean with their elderly or disabled members.
Mural artists, Rory Lehrman and Evan Peterson donated their time and artistry to paint a second mural at the CSC Head Start site in Newport.
The talented artists from Newport were filmed while painting the mural in Lincoln City by Devin Robinson . You can see the mural unfold at" http://youtu.be/wC_NA8bIte4
Linn Benton Food Share, would be our choice every if we could,” said Bobbi Peebler, Comcast Administrative Assistant for Corvallis/Salem. “ We have so much fun at the warehouse and giving to Linn Benton Food Share is a worthy cause,
Comcast volunteers helped sort and pack food, painted walls, washed trucks, and fixed grates. They also cleaned and fixed up parts of the warehouse. KFC donated lunches for all volunteers.
We had several community sponsors whose donations helped make this fundraising opportunity a success. Parr Lumber, Habitat for Humanity Restore in Albany, Wilco, and Central Bark all contributed to the playhouse and/or the float for the parade.
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