If your house is anything like mine, after Christmas comes and goes you will be standing in your living room looking at all the toys wondering where they all came from. This year, to combat the chaos, I decided to have a toy purge before Christmas even gets here.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and I’m getting more and more excited every day. One thing that I like to do to pass the time and get my kids involved is to make some of my favorite Thanksgiving crafts. Here are some of my favorite crafts that I have found over the years. My kids and I love them. Hopefully you will love them, too.
When the Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon called Nancy Anderson to see if the Sutherlin library would be interested in hosting a presentation, she jumped at the opportunity.
MELROSE — Fifth graders at Melrose Elementary School planted two rose bushes Friday morning along the path to the old schoolhouse; one as a memorial of their time at the school and one in honor of alumna Patricia Gausnell.
WINCHESTER — Obstacle course racing, swimming and hiking were the best activities available to Winchester and Green elementary school students during Friday’s field day at Umpqua Community College, at least that’s what they told The News-Review.
John C. Fremont Middle School’s MathCounts team, a club focused on mathematics, qualified for the March 17 state competition in Wilsonville after winning the regional competition in Medford last weekend.
“Make sure you keep an eye on the kids, because a bobcat’s been spotted in the area,” the park ranger at the Loon Lake Recreation Area entrance booth told us as we arrived for the last camping trip of the summer.