From Jodi, proud Mom: As a part of her Waldorf 8th grade project presentation this week, Katie made a slideshow showing different aspects of raising guide dog puppy “Dill.” Katie and Jodi (who is an talented dog trainer) will have Dill through January or February of next year. Watch Dill’s story here. When Dill makes it […]
The common house at CoHo gets a lot of traffic! Saturday May 12 started with our usual breakfast crew in the kitchen and dining room, followed by a game day in the living room, while a Nonviolent Communication class happened in the kids room, and a sourdough baking class took place in the kitchen/dining room.
Corvallis has a tradition of a July 4th “anyone can participate” parade. CoHo has participated as a group in years past. Last year when a group of young cohoots missed the parade start time and felt disappointed, they organized their own parade down the path at coho. Everyone had so much fun, they decided to […]
CoHo encourages education. Corvallis is one of America’s smartest and highest educated cities. And we had an education celebration for Jeremy who just earned a Master’s Degree in Statistics from Oregon State University. Jeremy already has a PhD, but he wasn’t done getting educated! CoHo has a few PhD’s living here, among others with graduate […]
What happens when CoHoots share the same birth year? A party, of course! Austin and Linda have birthdays close enough in May to host a gathering. Potluck, neighbors, friends, good food – and a good time was had by all.
On Science March Saturday, we rocked a work party, ate pizza at the common house, and followed up with a trip to the Corvallis Science March. Corvallis has a population of roughly 55,000, and somewhere between 4-5,000 folks showed up for the Science March. This made it difficult to locate the many non-CoHo friends we expected to see at […]
The 2016 CoHo retreat was held at Camp Whispering Winds on the weekend of September 17th. There is always fun and games at the retreat (like a version of “cops & robbers”), and this year our fair city was rocked by a wave of robberies on Saturday. Hard working LEOs turned out in force, attempting to […]
The kids had planned to go to the Corvallis 4th of July parade, which is an anybody can participate event. Just show up and be in the parade. (One year, the CoHo musicians practiced Sousa marches for a few months ahead of time and we marched together. It was the only band in the parade. […]
As we’ve done in the past, we’re celebrating the month of May with a Maypole dance.
The tune, in the video below, celebrates the birth of seven chicks and is patterned after the event. As the chicks were born more and more cheeps were heard as each chick came out of the egg.