Who among us isn’t a racist? Not one person. By his own admission Ibram X. Kendi, author of How to Be an Antiracist, is a racist. He engagingly weaves history and his personal story, noting that his parents raised him as a “racist, sexist, homophobe.”
Many of us say we are not racist. Kendi suggests that ideas, […]
When the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) opened, Summit Bank was ready.
The bank’s SBA team members and leadership team prepared their clients and reviewed applications ahead of time, submitting them in the wee hours of April 3, at the first moments they could. By the time Summit Bank finished processing the loans, they […]
At Ray’s Food Place in Veneta and 37 other markets located in small communities throughout Oregon and northern California, customers can count on clean stores, a variety of safety features and – for students new to digital learning – excellent WiFi connections.
Clearly, this isn’t a typical time for any of us as the world deals with COVID-19. […]
Find fresh Italian meals and locally grown produce at three CAWOOD favorites.
Beppe & Gianni’s Trattoria and La Perla Pizzeria are now filling Eugene-area diners’ cravings, just like they did before the state’s social-distancing order – but with a twist.
All it takes to get fresh handmade fettucine, meatballs and Neapolitan-style pizza is a phone call. Then, customers just drive […]
As the mother of young kids I sometimes wonder who’s teaching who – because I learn as much from them as they do from me.
It’s a good reminder that it doesn’t always take time, experience or maturity to be able to offer wisdom in the world. On this International Women’s Day, just look at the impact […]
The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World
In her book, “The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World,” Melinda Gates traverses the globe highlighting the lives of women in the past and at present, in developing countries and in the U.S. She notes how giving them a voice – or hearing their voices – and making societal changes that improve […]
NASA image by Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid Response
With the recent burning ban in effect throughout Lane County and last weekend’s 75-acre Dowens Fire near Cottage Grove, it’s clear that the time to talk about wildfire safety is right now.
Though, for Oregonians who suffered through two years of late-summer smoky, dangerously poor-quality air, it may always seem like a […]
Building community vision through open inquiry. That’s City Club’s mission and has been since the beginning. It speaks to a place where all are welcome and can explore various opinions and options and seek a vision that strengthens our community.
It was a good idea in 1990. It’s still a good idea. Several early on decisions were especially important. One, there was […]
We’re proud of the work we do at CAWOOD: creating and producing top-quality design, websites, research, writing, branding and campaigns for our clients.
And, yet, sometimes a project is especially gratifying because of the positive impact it will have on the lives of people in our communities.
Take some work we’re doing now that will help one of our clients provide […]
Scan through the list of 20 Under 40 winners for the first 10 years of the program. They share some common traits.
Through hard work, positive attitudes and being open to new ideas, these professionals achieved success early in their careers. Committed to the community, they prove it through volunteerism. These go-getters are proficient jugglers, managing […]