Here is Janelle Detweiler, the Superintendent from East Linn Christian Academy, a private K-12 Christian School that has been educating the kids of East Linn County since 1982. Their open and accepting education based on Christian principles, along with their amazing staff and students, makes ELCA a wonderful place for our kids to develop!
Amanda Emmert and her colleagues from COMP-Northwest telling your Lebanon Optimists about National Rural Health Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness of the health issues facing rural communities and showing appreciation for those doctors and medical professionals that choose to serve the wonderful rural communities that rely on them. COMP-Northwest will be holding a Rural Health Fair on November 21st in the Walmart Parking Lot, so come down to learn more about Healthcare in your community and to show out doctors and future doctors that we appreciate them!
Greg Rowe from the Linn County United Way telling us about the wonderful Dolly Parton Imagination Library which gets young kids reading better, earlier by making sure less fortunate families still get a variety of children's books to inspire our kids towards a love of reading. Contact us to figure out how to support this wonderful cause!
Congratulations to Lynda Palmer and Leah Wolfenbarger! Lynda received the President's Citation for her dedication to the Optimists Club of Lebanon and her hard work on projects like the JOYA awards. Leah has been awarded a Lifetime Optimists Membership has a thank you for her hard work and many contributions she continues to make as our Secretary. Please join us in thanking these two wonderful women for their commitment to our Community!
Marty Cahill, the Chief Operations Officer for Samaritan Hospital, telling your Lebanon Optimists about the great expansions coming to our hospital. These upgrades and expansions will help Lebanon handle the increasing number of hospital visits as well as expand the services our community's hospital can offer. More great growth coming to Lebanon!