Tamara Feingold

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Name: Tamara Feingold
Date registered: May 17, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Interview: 2nd Chance Animal Sanctuary — October 2, 2014
  2. Olympians Teach Local Swimmers — September 21, 2014
  3. Gamez Family Seeks Help For Memorial — August 20, 2014
  4. Interview: Wildlife Safari Porcupine — June 11, 2014
  5. Free Health Clinic Opens In Veneta — March 7, 2014

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Interview: 2nd Chance Animal Sanctuary

EUGENE, Ore. — If you didn’t know, 2nd Chances Animal Sanctuary in Eugene is a non-traditional rescue organization dedicated to providing a second opportunity for an enhanced quality of life for special needs animals. Its objectives are to raise awareness of the necessity for a sanctuary that provides long-term hospice and special needs care and … Continue reading »

Olympians Teach Local Swimmers

EUGENE, Ore. — The Sheldon Pool was filled with dozens of swimmers Sunday as they learned skills from some of the best swimmers in the world. Four Olympic swimmers were in the pool Sunday, teaching those young kids some swimming techniques. The Olympic athletes say it’s fun to see the kids’ faces light up when … Continue reading »

Gamez Family Seeks Help For Memorial

EUGENE, Ore. — The sister and grandma of a former Oakrdidge woman are raising money for her memorial service. A gofundme.com account has been set up to honor Jenny Gamez, the young woman whose body was discovered in a suitcase along a Wisconsin highway. Jenny’s sister, Jessica, hopes to raise around $1,000. The service will … Continue reading »

Interview: Wildlife Safari Porcupine

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s always a great day when our friends from Wildlife Safari drop by the KEZI 9 studios. This morning they brought along a “prickly” companion, and talked about their overnight safariĀ adventureĀ camp!

Free Health Clinic Opens In Veneta

VENETA, Ore. — In a world of changing healthcare, more people have access to health insurance. But having access to medical care can be challenging for rural communities like Veneta because the closest options are at least 30 minutes away. But that’s not the case anymore. The Lane Fire Authority in Veneta has opened its … Continue reading »

Nonprofit Aids Disabled Children

  EUGENE, Ore. — Parenting is one thing. Parenting a child with disabilities is another, and for some parents the demands can be too much at times. Direction Service on Willamette Street in Eugene is a nonprofit that can help those parents. And this year, Direction Service is getting help from the Great Rotary Duck … Continue reading »