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Lowell School Registration – August 8 & 9th

ALL DISTRICT SCHOOL REGISTRATION – Lowell High School

August 8 – 5 to 8 PM

August 9 – 8:30-11:30 AM

Students must re-register each year to update student records. For further information, check the school website (www.lowell.k12.or.us)

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Lowell Grange Open House – April 29, 2017

Be our guest for lunch and join us for a day of festivities at the Lowell Grange Open House on April 29 from 12 N to 3 PM

The BBQ will be fired up and we will be serving hamburgers, hot dogs, salads and ice cream. This year’s open house will feature games and prizes through out the day, and Don Bennett will be on hand with the Traveling Trunk, a collection of local artifacts with an interesting story about each one.

Members are especially proud of the improvements over the past several years. The many monthly fundraising activities have helped make these improvements possible.

THANKS TO ALL of you for your continued support!

The Lowell Grange is located at 51 East Second Street. All are welcome!

Lowell Oregon Grange Hall

Lowell Grange Hall

“Meet & Greet” Council Candidates at the Grange – 7 pm

The Lowell Grange will host an informal “Meet & Greet” for the candidates running for three city council positions to meet with the public on Wednesday, October 12th – 7 pm.

The Grange is providing this opportunity for the candidates to introduce themselves to the community and for community members to meet with them and ask questions individually.

South Eugene Rowing Club – Learn to Row

The South Eugene Rowing Club is offering free rowing lessons  September 7-18.          No experience needed. Welcoming new 8th-12th grade members for the Fall 2016 season.

Open Practices (indoor), September 7 & 8, 4-6 pm.

Interest meeting – September 9, 7 pm

GET FIT, MAKE FRIENDS, GO FAST!!

For more information, visit http:southeugenerowingclub. org

 

 

 

Safety of our Dams

aerial photo of Cottage Grove Dam
The Army Corps of Engineers has been reviewing the safety of our dams on the Middle Fork Willamette, and will be presenting their conclusions to the public on May 10 at 7 PM at the Trent Church of Christ, 38029 Wheeler Road in Dexter, 1/4 mile west of Elijah Bristow Park. Turn onto Wheeler Road at the Chevron Station on Highway 58 and continue past the park and the old Trent School to Trent Church of Christ.
The Corps will also have flood maps of our area on display in the foyer of the sanctuary. Presented by Willamette Cascades Foothills Collaborative.
Many thanks to pastor Larry Revert for hosting this presentation.

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