Play2Learn With KCSD

Klamath Falls, Ore. – To make sure kids are ready to learn starting on their first day of Kindergarten, the Klamath County School District is starting a new program called Play2Learn with the Klamath County Basics. Five schools will host three nights each, with each one representing the importance of family in a student’s...
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Relay for Life Open House

Relay for Life invites all for their Official Kickoff and Open House, Monday- Feb. 27th from 6-8 pm at Klamath Falls, Shilo Inn.  Enjoy an Old Fashioned Pie & Coffee Social while signing up teams, picking up materials and sharing ideas. 
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Klamath Bee Keepers

Buzz over to OSU Extension, 6923 Washburn Way, on the last Saturday of the month to share your love of bees with the Klamath Bee Keepers.  Learn and share information and partnership while developing your bee skills with fellow Klamath Basin bee lovers.   Meeting begins at 9:00 am – come early and order bees for...
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Free Health Screenings

The 19th annual Living Well Community Health Fair is coming to the Klamath County Fairgrounds – Saturday, March 4th- 8 am to 2 pm.  Health screenings include- Free total cholesterol screening.  Free blood glucose screening (both have a recommended 8-12 hour fast) –  Free lung function screening.  Free blood pressure check.  Free body mass...
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AARP Tax-Aides

AARP Tax-Aide will be providing volunteer-run tax counseling and preparation service from February 1 through April 15 for middle and low-income taxpayers, with special attention to those aged 50 and older.   Due to changes in the software program in 2017, Oregon Tax Aide Sites will not complete California State returns. Federal returns can...
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Fur Ball

Klamath Animal Shelter’s 9th Annual Fur Ball returns to Klamath County Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 1st.  Foolish fun to support our furry friends!  The event begins at 5:00 pm with a silent auction preview, cocktails and music~ followed by dinner, live auction, and more music, and more dancing (cocktail attire preferred) ~ Tickets are...
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CASA Informational Meeting

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children) of Klamath County is looking for qualified volunteers to advocate for local foster children.  An informational meeting will be held Monday, February 27th at 5:30 pm- 731 Main St. Suite 202.    For more information, please call 541 885-6017 to RSVP or request an information packet.       Monday,...
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Benefit for the Basin Scholarships

Benefit for the Basin, committed to Youth, Education, Community and the Klamath County Fairgrounds, is awarding scholarships to all Klamath Basin high schools in 2017. To become eligible for a $500.00 scholarship, fill out the application at the Benefit for the Basin website and submit it along with a 300-500 word essay outlining how...
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Citizens for Safe Schools – Character Awards

Citizens for Safe Schools is now accepting applications for the American Youth Character Awards, the only national awards given to youth between the ages of 10 and 18 solely for strength of character. The awards are designed to honor young people whose lives and achievements demonstrate an enduring commitment to qualities associated with good...
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2nd Annual Tulelake Booster Club Alumni Games

The 2nd Annual Tulelake Booster Club Alumni Games with a tri-tip dinner, door prizes, raffles, honker apparel and more is coming March 4th.  Doors open at 5pm. $5 Gate fee. FREE for Tulelake Booster Members and Tulelake Students (pre-k to 12th) wearing blue and white. Girls teams to start at 6pm with men’s teams to follow. Proceeds provide...
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