News for those who live, work and play in the Santiam Canyon

Weyerhaeuser contributes to build storage sheds for wildfire victims

Victims of the 2020 wildfires in Santiam Canyon are still recovering from the loss of their homes. Weyerhaeuser, a timber and forest products company operating throughout Oregon, has contributed $15,000 to support the construction of secure storage sheds that allow residents to store belongings while their new homes are being built. Weyerhaeuser has been involved in wildfire recovery efforts for communities affected across the state. Receiving the check for Santiam Canyon sheds are Dana Cunningham, left, Cara Barnes, Kyleigh Gill, Marv Shetler, Juli Foscoli, Stephanie Bobb, Chuck Johnston and Bob Emanuel.    

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