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Thanks for helping with grad party

Organizers of the 2109 Klamath Union High School graduation party have said thank you to various local businesses for their support. They were:

A Leap of Taste, Abby’s Legendary Pizza, Adora Salon & Spa, Albertson’s Market, Asana Yoga and Sole, AT&T Store, Basin Tire Service, Biagio’s Bar and Grill, Tom and Janice Bocchi, Bravada Brewhouse, Cascade Chiropractic and Massage, Cascade Health Alliance, Chocolate Thyme, College of Cosmetology, Cranberry Station, The Daily Bagel, Diamond Home Improvement, Domino’s Pizza, Dutch Bros. Coffee, Farmer Insurance (Jacob Wampler), First Interstate Bank, Foothills Dental, Fred Meyer, Gary Voight Dispensing Optician, Gathering Grounds Cafe & Roastery, Gino’s Cafe & Sports Bar, Greenblade Bakery, Grocery Outlet, Grover Electric & Plumbing Supply, Harbor Isle Fitness and Tennis Club, Harbor Links Golf Course, Hewitt Bookkeeping and Tax Service (Kathy Hewitt), High End Tattoo, Holiday Market, Holliday Jewelry, Home Depot, Human Bean, Indulgence Salon & Day Spa (Suzi Andreas), Jalapenos Taco Shop, Jiffy Lube, Jimmy John’s, Klamath Basin Sports, Klamath Community College, Klamath Eye Center, Klamath Falls Subaru, Klamath Grill, Lashed Out by Diana Ramirez, Les Schwab Tire Center, Lighthouse Yogurt Company, Lithia Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge, Lithia Ford, Lithia Toyota, Little Caesars Pizza, Live Canvas Tattoo Parlour, Los Portillos Mexican Restaurant, Main Street Jewelers, Mazatlan Grill, MC’s on Main, Merit’s Home Center, Mermaid Garden Cafe, NOrth Shore Hawaiian Plate Lunch, Old Town Pizza, Oregon Institute of Technology, Papa Murphy’s, Parker’s Rod & Gun Rack, Pelican Cinemas, Pizza Hut, Poppy, Pretty Drama Salon (Gail Braden, Leanna Holloway, Dezzi Anderson, Gina Garcia and Nicole Smith), Rodeo’s Pizza & Saladeria, Ross Ragland Theater, Sharkey’s Shack, Sherm’s Thunderbird Market, Sky Lakes Medical Center, Smart Food Service Warehouse, Starbuck’s, State Farm (Racheal Spoon), Terry’s Doughnuts, Thai Orchid Cafe, The Beauty Parlor, The Ledge, U.S. Cellular, Valvoline Instant Oil Change, Vintage Salon (Kim Ries), Waffle Hut and Eatery, Walmart, Wild Pigments Studio, Wubba’s BBQ Shack, Yesterday’s Plaza.

Thanks from Chiloquin

Two Rivers Art Gallery & Gift Shop and Chiloquin Community Tourism ACTION Team want to thank the newspaper for their generous acceptance of news releases and doing a great job of putting them into the newspaper.

We also want to thank the Herald and News team for keeping their readers informed when it comes to the exciting changes we are seeing in Chiloquin. It is great to share the many wonderful events, organizations, and projects moving forward to “create a better tomorrow for Chiloquin.”

Our non-profit/volunteer gallery is on the map now and many people from Klamath County are coming out to enjoy and buy artworks from 88 talented artists living in our county. We love the verbal “Wow!” heard upon entering as they admire our unique variety of professional items filling 3,268 square feet filled with art. Take a look at

The Chiloquin Community Tourism ACTION Team, Enjoy Chiloquin, now is a team of 77 supporters with 12 projects in progress. Some of our projects are: Economic Development, Community Building, River Mapping & River Access to increased Outdoor Recreation, City Mapping, Beautification, Marketing, Tourism, and Organizational Development. Project leaders are moving forward with enthusiasm, which seems to be contagious.

Our city council, tribal council, schools, businesses, and churches are vamping up their community plans and the outcome is visible. We are becoming a united front with a progressive vision. Our community is loved and we want to see it thrive.

The city has put in new diagonal parking and the tribal administration is partnering with the city council to develop more sidewalks and better streets. Our high school leadership classes are getting involved in their community and calling themselves “Chiloquin Rising.”

Judy Pate