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This week is not only national Peace Corps week, it is also the 60th Anniversary since the organization began under President John F. Kennedy and two members of the community — Ken Kestner and Ginger Casto — talked about their experience serving as Peace Corps volunteers.

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Mesa Greenfield, infection prevention/employee health RN, was recently named Lake Health District’s 2020 Employee of the Year. Greenfield has been with the Health District for 18 years and was responsible for administering all vaccines for LHD employees who opted to receive one.

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Lake County Planning Dir. Darwin Johnson is recovering from surgery he had last week in Portland to remove cancerous lymph nodes from five areas of his neck; he also underwent a total thyroidectomy. Johnson was released from the hospital Saturday, Jan. 23 and returned to Lakeview not longer …

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Lakeview native Jasmine Arce was recently awarded the $2,000 Live Your Dream scholarship from Soroptimist International of Lakeview. She will put the scholarship toward her education at Klamath Community College, where she will attend classes to earn an early childhood development certificate.

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Brandon Richardson, who grew up in the Summer Lake area and graduated from Paisley School, has seen his Christian rock music career take off after his band — Richlin — signed a deal with Gotee Records late last year. In 2020 Richlin released their first album under the label called “Welcome …

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Fremont/A.D. Hay music teacher Susane Davis is excited about the program that she has helped to grow at the school over the last couple of years; with help from the Lakeview Rotary Club and other organizations, she has been able to fulfill her dream of having enough keyboards in her classroo…

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Now in its tenth year, Lake County Youth Mentor Program (LCYMP) is still making a positive difference in the lives of local youth by providing them with caring adult mentors. Many mentors have remained a consistent presence in their mentee’s life throughout the uncertainties brought on by CO…

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Lakeview’s Trinity Baptist Church has a new pastor, Dr. Jim Isaac, who moved to Lakeview from Sweet Home in October with his wife, Lola. Isaac said he saw a posting for the pastor position online. He and Lola had driven by the church in the past while passing through Lakeview on their Way to…

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Stacy Moore, manager of the Sagebrush in Prisons programs, came to Lakeview last week to help package 25,000 sagebrush and bitterbrush seedlings. This year, due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Warner Creek Correctional Facility inmates were not allowed to raise the plants. Instead Crystal Knit…

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An open house will be held Saturday, Oct. 31 from 10 a.m.-3p.m. at Lake County’s only children’s food bank, Kid’s Korner, which is located in Christmas Valley at 87480 Spruce Ln. The food bank was started by Gary and Debi Kelso, founders of the Bend-based nonprofit The Giving Plate.

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Even though the Lake County Museum will not be able to participate in this year’s Lake Health District Holiday Fair – as it has been canceled – people will still have the chance to purchase books for gifts at the Lake County Museum Falling for Books event on Saturday, Nov. 14.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Lake County Crisis Center (LCCC) has made recent strides in serving survivors of domestic violence locally. Eight women recently completed the first art therapy program offered through the LCCC and the Center also recently acquired its ow…

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Christmas Valley Soup Kitchen reopened Tuesday, Oct. 6 and is serving meals every Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. through late May, 2021. Meals are served at the Christmas Valley Community Hall free of charge to anyone who would like to eat.