Klamath Stands Against Bullying presents 'BULLY'
Families are encouraged to attend the second annual Klamath Stands Against Bullying event, featuring the presentation of the motion picture "BULLY".
Hands Across the Bridge set for Sept. 21
The eighth annual Hands Across the Bridge recovery rally and resource fair is set from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at Veterans Park.
Hope in One benefits CARES
Hope Lutheran Church's annual Hope in One Golf Benefit will support the work of Klamath-Lake CARES.
Cow Creek Indian Foundation grant received
The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation (CCUIF) has awarded $7,500 to Klamath-Lake Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services (CARES) for child and family advocacy services. The Foundation recently distributed $413,636 to 58 nonprofits in seven counties at a ceremony at Seven Feathers Convention Center in Canyonville.
CARES' Annual Event
Why We CARE
CARES recently hosted the Why We CARE luncheon to premiere the new 'Why We CARE' video. The free luncheon was held at Reames Golf and Country Club and was attended by our supportive community members who consistenly support our efforts. During 2012, CARES established a Community Council with members who contribute great efforts towards the mission of CARES. We proudly announce and thank the 2012/2013 CARES Community Council:
Ann Rudd, Bob and Patsy Gasser, Judy Phearson, Judy Brosterhous, Cec Amuchastegui, Kelly Minty-Morris, Fr. Charles Dreisbach, Linda Warner, Dick Ledgerwood, Mike Connelly, Dr. Bruce and Connie McCornack, Molly O'Keeffe, Rep. Gail Whitsett, Rayna Larson, Glenn Lorenz, Senator Doug Whitsett, Heidi Biggs, Sharon Forster, Jill Sipes, Terry Kenfield, Dr. Jim Novak, Trudy Novak, Joan Staunton, and Danny Miles.