Egan Warming Center

During the winter of 2008, Major Thomas Egan, who was a homeless veteran, froze to death because he could find no shelter for a night with temperatures below freezing. Due to this tragedy, Lane County has opened “warming centers” in several locations for those nights when the temperature dips below…

Inspiration – Service

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
Margaret Mead

Rededication of Marker

One hundred years ago, on March 10, 1917, the Oregon Lewis and Clark Chapter dedicated a historical marker at Coryell Pass. Today, most of us do not know the significance of the Pass. The name of Coryell Pass was used after the arrival of Abraham and son, Lewis Coryell to…

Historic Preservation

Oregon Lewis & Clark Chapter members traveled up the McKenzie River to the Forest Ranger Station in order to clean the historical marker that was placed in 1922 by the Oregon Lewis and Clark Chapter. The marker was placed to commemorate the passing of the pioneers over McKenzie Pass. Over…

National DAR Day of Service

The chosen project for National In‐Service Day was an evening of volunteering at Bags of Love. This is a wonderful non‐profit that’s sole goal is to provide necessities and comfort items to children who are in crisis due to neglect, abuse, poverty or homelessness. We met at…