It may be that givers are seen as leaders, or that through giving we build social capital. It could be that people who give are happy. Surveys show that those who give to charity are 43 percent more likely than people who don’t give to say they’re very happy people. Happy people show up for work more and work longer hours. Ask any business person who they’d prefer to hire and they’ll say happy people.
Don’t miss the Shop Hop on November 30th featuring Downtown Klamath Falls’ most premiere shops and boutiques! There will be opportunities to enter to win a TRIP and something from each participating shop! The trip is good for a seven-night vacation stay at a choice of resorts in destinations around the world!
These are all the events that you need to mark your calendar for so you don’t miss out on all the fun in the basin!
Christmas in the Klamath country—an inspiringly beautiful country, in the winter or at any other season; inhabited by a youthful-minded, hopeful lot of people, who REFUSE FLATLY to believe that the world’s best days are past. People like that are good to live among.
Klamath Home & Outdoor has teamed up with Bravada Brewhouse to help spread more Christmas cheer. Phone in your Bravada Brewhouse hot chocolate order or cruise through the drive-thru. Tell your barista that you’re participating in the Klamath Home & Outdoor “Cocoa and Christmas Lights Project” and they’ll offer you $1 off your entire order. They’ll also give you a “Best Christmas Lights” certificate.
A service organization for businesswomen founded in Oakland, California in 1921, Soroptimist today has clubs in more than 120 countries, where it works to improve the lives of women and girls. Soroptimist started in Klamath 81 years ago and the history of Soroptimist in Klamath is a history of giving back to all parts of our community.
In 1949, society page editor, Sally Kent, broke the news that “makers of Crown Flour have chosen Grace Colvin-Wells of Klamath Falls as their ‘Cook-of-the-month.’ In their advertising they include Mrs. Wells’ recipe for ‘Klamath Sunshine and Snow Cake’ and it sounds delicious!”
Laurenne began skiing at 18 months with her father, Rob, who skied for Alberta, Canada’s provincial team. Laurenne moved to Klamath Falls at the age of seven and soon began skiing on winter weekends with the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation.
Longer nights and colder days are ideal for curling up inside in a comfy chair with a mug of hot chocolate and a good book. Basin Book Trader Owner Karli Fussell has some excellent suggestions for winter reading.
Crystal clear blue sky? Check. Crisp mountain air? Check. Awesome scenery in every direction? Check. Snow? Double check! Great. Get ready, get set, and GO!