Vote for the beautiful baby

It's your right. It's your responsibility - VOTE!

Help choose the Mid-Valley's Most Beautiful Baby! Great prizes, including being featured in MOM Magazine!  Vote now!

 

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Corvallis Knights opening day is SOLD OUT

June 1 Opening Day for the Corvallis Knights is sold out.

Get your tickets in advance at www.corvallisknights.com

Secure your tickets for the June 14 game!

The first 250 fans get a pouch of Big League Chew and sheet of Knights trading cards compliments of Rob Nelson at Big League Chew.

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It's also the first Bi-Mart $2 Tuesday. Show your Bi-Mart card on Tuesdays at Goss Stadium to get $2 peanuts, $2 Cracker Jacks and $2 Pepsi products.

Take your family out to the ball game

Looking for some summer fun? Join Corvallis Knights Baseball for their 10thseason in town! Get your tickets in advance at www.corvallisknights.com!

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KRKTs Cutest Baby Winner

Who will be crowned KRKT's Cutest Baby in all the land? Listen in today for the big announcement - at KRKT 99.9.

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Last day to vote for a baby

Oh no! Have you voted? Hurry - you have one day left to vote for the Mid-Valley's Most Beautiful Baby!

Vote Now!

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Happy May Day

May Day

History: With the early European settlers to the Americas, May Day baskets were made filled with treats or flowers and left at someone's door step. The recipient receives the basket, trying to identify who the giver is who has run away. If the giver is caught, a kiss is exchanged.

Vote for the beautiful baby

It's your right. It's your responsibility.

Vote and help choose the Mid-Valley's Most Beautiful Baby at KRKT's facebook page! Great prizes, including being featured in MOM Magazine.

Vote today.

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March is Our Month

National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

This month at Columbia Industries, we celebrated National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. For those of you who aren't aware, President Reagan designated March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in 1987 to bring awareness to the needs and contributions of people living with disabilities.  It is estimated that 4 million Americans live with a developmental disability.  Developmental disabilities is an umbrella term that includes blindness, Down Syndrome, ADHD, Muscular Dystrophy and Intellectual Disabilities, among others.  When someone is labeled with the term, developmental disabilities, it means that they have a long term condition that affect their everyday living in some way.

People with developmental disabilities are our co-workers, friends, neighbors and family.  They have the ability to learn, work and participate in their community, just like everyone else.  People with disabilities go to college, hold jobs, get married and participate in community activities.  At Columbia Industries, we are proud of the achievements of our clients.  We teach the skills needed to find and hold a job in the community.  While doing this, we get to see our clients take pride in their work, their activities and their independence.

National Developmental Disabilities Awareness month is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of people with intellectual disabilities. There's still time to:

1. Check out Columbia Industries on Facebook this month to see some of the great things our members and clients do.

2. Read up on or listen to one of the many disabilities writers and speakers who are inspiring others to overcome challenges of all kinds.

3. Share what you learn with your Facebook friends.

4. Support businesses that employ people with disabilities. (For a list of CI partners: http://columbiaindustries.com/ci-staffing/)

5. Be a business that employs people with disabilities.

6. Use our family of services in your business.

7. If someone with a disability has inspired you, tell them so!

 

 

Let's Talk Health - Your questions, answered.

The experts at Samaritan Health Services answer reader questions.

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Lets Talk Health

Let's Talk Health - Your questions, answered.

The experts at Samaritan Health Services answer reader questions.

Click here or on the image below to read the full story.

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