Archive for the Category ‘2011 Keizer Progress Report’

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer United

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer United

By BILLY CORDERO Keizer United (KU) is a local Community Progress Team made up of community members who care about children, youth, families and their community and are committed to doing something to make it a better place to live. Our long term goal is to see neighbors and community working together to encourage and foster […]

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Little League

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Little League

By CARI BUCHHOLZ Keizer Little League provides a quality baseball/ softball program to the youth of Keizer. We have been in the Keizer community for 40 years. Keizer has always had great success with baseball and softball because of the values and commitments of the organizations such as Keizer Little League. We offer a great […]

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Parks Board

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Parks Board

By JEANNE BOND-ESSER Keizer’s Parks and Recreation continued to make progress in 2010, in spite of a very tight city budget, thanks to a flexible and creative “can do” approach by city staff and dedicated, generous partners, donors and volunteers. The biggest splash was made, of course, by the opening of the Splash Fountain at […]

PROGRESS REPORT: Gubser Neighborhood Association

PROGRESS REPORT: Gubser Neighborhood Association

By ALLEN PRELL The Gubser Neighborhood Association (GNA) was organized for several reasons; communication on current events and issues affecting our neighborhood was the main focus. Over the years we have had city leaders speak to us. Those pro and con to ballot measures present their causes. Authors of books, and city council amendments share […]

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Rotary Club

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Rotary Club

By GREG FRANK The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service; the Keizer club has done that over the  past 46 years in countless avenues and touched countless Keizer residents. Some of the projects funded by Keizer Rotary over the past five decades include specific projects either involving old fashioned […]

PROGRESS REPORT: Salem-Keizer School District

PROGRESS REPORT: Salem-Keizer School District

By CHUCK LEE The Salem-Keizer School District’s biggest success in 2010 was an increase in the graduation rate, it went from 73 percent up to 82 percent in just one year. We still have work to do, but if we can maintain that rate of growth, we will be in good shape very soon. The […]

PROGRESS REPORT: West Keizer Neighborhood Association

PROGRESS REPORT: West Keizer Neighborhood Association

By RHONDA RICH The West Keizer Neighborhood Association (WKNA) is one of two active neighborhood associations in Keizer. The area represented by the Association is bounded by the center of River Road on the east, the Willamette River on the west, the Keizer city limits on the south, and Chemawa Road on the north. The […]

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Youth Sports Association

PROGRESS REPORT: Keizer Youth Sports Association

By GREG LOYD KYSA (Keizer Youth Sports Association) provides baseball and softball programs for boys and girls ages 5 – 14. KYSA is proud to offer the largest youth baseball and softball program in Keizer. We have nearly 800 kids and families participating in our program every year. Additionally, between our Interlock softball league, JBO […]

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