Here are my liaison report highlights from the city council meeting this week:
-The Library will be working on a Radio Frequency Identification Device project soon and needs to tag 63,000 items. Volunteers are sought after. Please contact the library if interested.
-Canby Telcom donated 6 used computers to the Library recently. These are newer and faster than the old ones. Yay!
-There is a FREE immunization clinic for kids who have no health insurance or are covered by the Oregon Health Plan on Feb. 11th 4-7 pm at New Hope Community Church in Happy Valley.
-Charlie Gingerich presented the history of Bridging Cultures this week at Kiwanis. It was fun to hear his stories. The group used to be called “Pack a Sack” because that is what they did every Saturday morning for 12 years: pack lunches for hungry kids.
-The Knights of Columbus Crab Dinner and Auction will be on Feb. 6th at the Fairgrounds. St. Patrick’s raises money at this event not only for their own parish, but for several other local charities like the Canby Center and the Oregon Food Bank. Very nice.