Simmons named Executive Director of KWUA

Simmons named Executive Director of KWUA

Klamath Falls, Ore. - The Klamath Water Users Association (KWUA) announced last night at their annual meeting, the selection of Paul Simmons as its new Executive Director. Simmons has worked for KWUA as its attorney for over two decades. The KWUA board of directors made its decision last week, after work by a committee that assisted the full board in the hiring effort.

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Citizens for Safe Schools Welcomes Robyn Pfeifer as New Executive Director

Citizens for Safe Schools Welcomes Robyn Pfeifer as New Executive Director

Klamath Falls, Oregon - Robyn Pfeifer has been dynamically invested in our community since her move to Klamath in 2016. Pfeifer actively serves as a Youth Rising Board Member and Theater Troupe Director, Linkville Playhouse Board Vice President and actress and director, Healthy Klamath Coalition Member, You Matter To Klamath Suicide Awareness Coalition Member, and has been a devoted Volunteer Mentor to her youth through the Citizens For Safe Schools Kids In The Middle program.

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KWUA Executive Director Scott White Resigning

KWUA Executive Director Scott White Resigning

Klamath Water Users Association Executive Director Scott White has notified the KWUA Board of Directors of his decision to resign from the position. Scott has performed in the job since February 2016 and guided the organization through difficult times.

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McCrary to Continue Leading Ross Ragland

McCrary to Continue Leading Ross Ragland

Klamath Falls, Ore. – After an extensive six – month nation- wide search to find a suitable replacement for long time Ross Ragland Executive Director Mark McCrary; the search has been suspended and Mr. McCrary will stay on as the Executive Director. “We had a good response to our search and some very qualified candidates” Theresa Silver Board Chair of the Ross Ragland Board of Directors remarked “However we began to recognize some real time constraints with the opening of our 2017-2018 season and the amount of time it would take to get a new Director fully educated on our existing programs, some new internal changes as well as future plans”.

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