Weekly Clips for Jan. 12th

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Urban Lumber honoring old mill roots
SPRINGFIELD — Oregon logging has a long history, dating back to before the state was even part of the union. Intrepid entrepreneurs were drawn to the vast forests, looking to…
Urban Lumber honoring old mill roots
SPRINGFIELD — Oregon logging has a long history, dating back to before the state was even part of the union. Intrepid entrepreneurs were drawn to the vast forests, looking to…
Creswell looks forward to new beginnings
CRESWELL – In keeping with the spirit of Creswell, swearing in incumbent and new council members on Monday night was echoed by fond sentiment for the community. “I am moved…
Creswell looks forward to new beginnings
CRESWELL – In keeping with the spirit of Creswell, swearing in incumbent and new council members on Monday night was echoed by fond sentiment for the community. “I am moved…
Wrestling coaches looking to peak at right time
PLEASANT HILL – Creswell, Cottage Grove, Pleasant Hill and Springfield all competed at the King of the Hill Invitational at Pleasant Hill on Saturday. While Oakridge won the boys tournament…
Wrestling coaches looking to peak at right time
PLEASANT HILL – Creswell, Cottage Grove, Pleasant Hill and Springfield all competed at the King of the Hill Invitational at Pleasant Hill on Saturday. While Oakridge won the boys tournament…

In case you missed it…

Creswell School District giving back

By LARISSA GARCIA / [email protected]

Volunteers for the Creswell School District Season of Giving Program sort gifts donated to families in the community. This year, 97 families and 266 children received gifts during the holidays. PHOTO PROVIDED

CRESWELL – With the holidays a thing of last year, you may be wishing you could go back and relive stories of holiday cheer and generosity. 

In Creswell, one giving effort stands out among the rest: The Creswell School District’s Season of Giving program. 

This season, the program reached a record high of 97 families and 266 kids, an increase from 89 families and 223 kids in 2021. 

Season of Giving is a partnership between the Creswell Church of Christ, Creswell Food4Kids and the Family Resource Center at CSD. 

Helping families move from “surviving to thriving” is the resource center’s ultimate goal.

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