Community, Creswell

Community Blessings – City of Creswell

I have many things to be thankful for in 2018. In my personal life, I am especially thankful for my wonderful wife. She helped me through a really tough time following my major shoulder surgery in the Spring. I am more thankful than I can express for my family and my great friends for all their love and support.
I would also like to express my thanks to all those who voted for me for the Creswell Mayor position a few short weeks ago. During the campaign, myself and others were holding campaign signs and waving to motorists. It was such a humbling experience to see so many people smiling, honking, waving and giving me thumbs up. I’ve never had anything quite like that happen to me in my life. I am very honored that so many people expressed their support by voting for me on November 6th.
Thank you Creswell!
Richard Zettervall, Mayor-elect, Creswell

The holidays are a time for reflection, family, celebration and to be thankful for the accomplishments, hard work and good times that have brought us to this, another holiday season. This time of year brings family together, a time to gather around the table and eat, joke, laugh and make memories with the ones you love. To be thankful for God, family, friends and the roof over our head. The job that provides for us, our health to be able to accomplish the things we do daily, the freedoms we have in this country and the community we live in. For all these things we are truly blessed and thankful for yet another holiday season.
Cliff Bellew, Public Works Director, City of Creswell

We have experienced many blessings this year that I am thankful for! In January we welcomed our 4th Great-niece, Reece. Our Daughter graduated from high school and is attending college, received her Girl Scout Gold Award and is “adulting” well!
Our Girl Scout Troop raised funds so that we could spend spring break at Disney World. We traveled to Montana to spend some time with my Mom, Northern California to see my in-laws, and Boyd Texas to visit friends. Darrin even went on a Pig Hunt!
We are so very thankful to be able to continue volunteering with Voorhees and Associates Auctioneering raising money for worthy causes all over Oregon; we get to work with such awesome people, Sid, Pottsy, Ellen, The Stacey’s and Brays!
Our 21-year-old business is continuing to thrive. In my professional position, I oversaw the installation of an AWOS and a Non-precision GPS Approach at the Airport — we even had a small flock goats visit us!
Shelley Humble, Airport Manager, City of Creswell



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