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Happy Seniors All Set for the New Year!

December 31, 2010

Happy Seniors!

The Log Memorial Building was decorated and the tree stood at the front of the room.

Before the festivities, the Happy Seniors thanked the officers of the past year and asked them to continue to do the great job that has been done in the past.

Friday, December 17th was a special get together for the Happy Seniors. They enjoyed a great potluck (best pot pie I’ve ever tasted!) and lots of other yummy things to eat! They tended to business first, reelecting President Anita Wolf, Vice Presidents Carol Day and Charley Fehley. The Secretary will continue to be Jeanne Burrer and Treasurer Pauline “Sis” Attebery. Maxine McCoy will serve again on the building committee. When the officers were installed, the BINGO games began.

Happy Camp Chamber of Commerce Meets January 7th

The NEW YEAR begins in Happy Camp with a Chamber of Commerce Meeting. Friday, January 7th will be the first meeting of the Happy Camp Chamber of Commerce of 2011.

The meeting will begin at the Grange at 5 o’clock with spaghetti dinner. Bring a salad to share for supper and then stay for the meeting. Since the Board of Directors was only Dinah Sulipeck as President and James Buchner as Treasurer and filling in as secretary, new directors have been appointed as directed by the bylaws. The five added directors are Cathleen Searle, Kirk Eadie, Montine Blevins, Pete and Terry Winslow. Cathleen will be sending out the minutes as Secretary. This board will serve until directors are elected on March 1st.

The membership dues were returned to $50. If paid now, membership will run through March of 2012.

The new board expressed their appreciation for the work of the former Board of the Chamber.

The website belonging to Happy Camp Chamber of Commerce is also missing and any information leading to it’s recovery would be greatly appreciated. The Chamber phone is 493-2900 answered by Dinah, Chamber president.

Klamath River Resort Inn
Klamath River Resort Inn

Indian Creek

Indian Creek, downstream from the Eddy.

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Happy Camp River Access Buck

A buck at the Happy Camp River Access.

Elk Creek Bridge

The Elk Creek Bridge.

Klamath River

Downriver, about four miles.