Jump for heart a healthy success

On February 9th Rockford elementary schools gathered together to celebrate Jump Rope for Heart, where they raised over $14,000. Rebecca Loker, a 4th grader at Rougewood Elementary, raised the most money this year with a total of $1,165. She has been participating in Jump Rope for Heart for two years and said, “I enjoy raising […]

Best “bark in the park” goes to Bark for Life

Porter Lougheed (he’s the dog) showing off his high five in the  “Hidden Talent” contest.

The second annual Bark for Life was held on the morning of April 27 and it could not have been a more beautiful day.  The sun was shining, the dogs were happy to be out of the house and so were their human companions!  Bark for Life is a non-competitive dog walk that honors the […]

Runner for Parkinson’s Disease spotted in Rockford

Promoting awareness of Parkinson’s Disease and raising funds for the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation is a cause dear to Roger Bonga’s heart. His grandmother suffered from the disease. In an effort to accomplish his goals, Bonga is running the length of the state. His journey began with a fundraiser event on support April 27th at Karl’s Cuisine, […]

Local students release salmon into Rogue River

After rearing more than 100 salmon eggs to fingerling salmon, you think kids from two different schools would be sad to see their fish leave their life of captivity and swim free. Instead, the day’s outing outside the classroom was an event of many smiles and a bit of splashing in the Rogue River as […]

YMCA offers fun options for kids this summer

The YMCA has plenty of options this summer to keep your kids active and having fun. Whether you put them in for one week or the entire summer, we have a diverse selection of camps and programs in a safe and caring environment. There are different locations as well between Howard Christensen Nature Center and […]