Ellen Bishop and Katy Nesbitt, members of the Lake Wallowa Lodge LLC staff, will host a reception at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Cook Memorial Library.
The lodge went up for auction last summer, and Lake Wallowa Lodge LLC was formed to save the historic building. Lake Wallowa Lodge LLC has until Jan.
15 to complete purchase of the lodge.
The presentation will detail the lodge’s history as well as its importance to community, habitat and the local economy.
Bishop and Nesbitt will also talk about the Lake Wallowa Lodge LLC’s present organization and their plans to continue its family-friendly, affordable traditions while protecting the lodge’s old growth and riparian forest.
Cascade's Garrett Coffey amassed 331 yards and scored four rushing touchdowns, leading the Cougars to a 42-27 victory over the La Grande Tigers Friday night in the first round of the Class 4A state football playoffs.
The annual Community Action Network Union County Food Drive, put on by the United Way of Eastern Oregon, is set to be conducted Nov. 13. And the timing could not be better.
“Our donations are down, so this is a very big blessing for us,” said Carmen Pearson, manager for Community Connection of Northeast Oregon’s food bank programs in Union, Wallowa, Baker and Grant counties.