An award winning food writer, artist and consultant, Jan has written and illustrated a weekly food column Food for Thought for the Corvallis Gazette-Times since 1983 and a syndicated column Fresh Approach since 1985.
“It all started in 1975. We had been in Sisters, Oregon for a year, and I wanted a place where I could teach quilting and sell supplies,” recalls Jean Wells Keenan.
Legacy of caring
OSU graduates continue the legacy of caring.
“As an AFS exchange student in high school, my year in Panama opened my eyes to the Latin culture, Spanish language, and people that I grew to love.” John made six trips to Nicaragua, Guatemala and throughout Central America and volunteered after Hurricane Mitch in 1999 as a Spanish interpreter.
A legacy of philanthropy
A third-generation Oregonian, Dorothy Scholl Ross ’36 was raised in Hubbard knowing the value of an education, the importance of hard work, and the significance of giving back to those who helped her along the way.