Category: Columbia Gorge Chapter

Columbia Gorge Winter Update

The Columbia Gorge chapter held a Fall Social on Monday, November 12 at ClockTower Ales in The Dalles, with four members and four guests attending.  We are happy to welcome new members Lisa Perry of Cody Orchards and Michelle McCafferty of Duckwall Fruit, who came to the Fall Social as guests of member Dani Annala…
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Columbia Gorge Spring Update

The Columbia Gorge chapter had five members attend the annual convention in Astoria, and all enjoyed learning about forestry and fishery topics.  One of the reasons many of us like our membership in OWA is the socialization aspect of the group, especially at state convention where everyone treats you like friends.  Our chapter has about…
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Columbia Gorge Chapter Winter Update

The Columbia Gorge chapter meet for a fall social on Wednesday, November 15 at Freebridge Brewery in The Dalles with 10 participants.   The fun started with everyone identifying the agricultural products in our pizza, beer, wine and water and noting that local grain is used in the pizza crust and beer!   Chapter members…
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Columbia Gorge Chapter Fall Update

Fall is here and that means the Columbia Gorge chapter is back to holding meetings after the summer harvest break.  Our fall meeting was held Tuesday, September 12 in The Dalles, with 5 members and 2 guests present.  Our chapter’s college scholarship winner, Emily Gallegos of Hood River, has registered for classes at Linn-Benton Community…
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Columbia Gorge Chapter Summer Update

Chapter members attended the annual Bull Tour in Wasco County in April, chapter helped sponsor it. Chapter hosted the state board meeting in May with a wonderful lunch afterward at Bent River Restaurant. Ag in the Classroom literacy project done in Sherman, Arlington, Condon and Dufur schools. $500 scholarship won by Emily Gallegos, a senior…
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Columbia Gorge Chapter Spring Update

Columbia Gorge Babies abound in the leadership of our Columbia Gorge chapter!  Founded and first President Josie Miles (who now belongs to the Eastern Oregon chapter) started the trend with her little guy Joe over a year ago.  Treasurer Dani Annala had son Aatto on her due date, Valentine’s Day 2017.  And switching from President…
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