One of the two groups of devotees of the activity formerly known as crossfit who practice at Coho with social distancing (except for the family group featured last. Enjoy this quick view!
Covid-19 has brought marimba practice sessions out of doors this spring. There are a number of marimba classes at Coho. Most days music drifts down the path. The Coho path really does sound like the video. This particular performance was for a high school music class taking place on-line. Raine and Katie asked Coho friends […]
Trees! They provide oxygen, keep us cool in the summer, provide nesting places for our winged friends, and shade to play in. We finally got around to planting some trees for the path, and discovered that all of our underground utilities and coho plumbing make it difficult to find a good spot for trees. […]
Judy Peterman, community member/friend of Coho, organized Cover Corvallis, a Covid-19 mask making project at Coho. Cohoots were covered, along with all of the employees at our local food Co-op (the Co-op received one hundred masks). Donations went to many others in need of masks. Some CoHoots also sew for the Corvallis Sewing Brigade, supplying […]
April, who runs a community supported bakery during the day (Wild Yeast Bakery) celebrated her birthday with cake for her neighbors! For social distancing, it was an outdoor party, in masks, using her pastry/bread slider that she uses to serve folks at a distance at the farmer’s market. Off in the distance (on the common […]
Circles of Solidarity: when the weather permits, decorative chalk circles on the path indicate exactly where to stand to be six feet apart. The visual really helps those of us who are accustomed to a little tighter social spacing get used to the new distance. At the beginning of the shut-down, concerns about minimizing contact […]
Glimpses from our talent show in October:
Each December we gather at April and Craig Hall-Cutting’s house for a toasty and tasty celebration of goodness and community: the Wild Yeast Bakery. April and Craig started the bakery out of their home and Coho kitchen in ___, initially supplying neighbors at Coho and the surrounding area with subscription artisan sourdough breads. They have […]
Many cohoots volunteered at Open Streets, working at booths and entertaining. Jeff’s bike shop, Corvallis Electric Bikes, was a sponsor. April and Craig’s bakery (also a Coho business) Wild Yeast provided food.
Tuesday August 20th, Sandie and Jeff Hallman brought a new baby into the world, and Nayla became a big sister. And Coho is one gorgeous little boy richer!