CVIP…. Built entirely by volunteer efforts, fund-raisers, donations and private foundation grants, the Chiloquin Community Center was dedicated in June of 2004 as a “welcoming place for the whole community.” Now that goal has become a reality, and the Center is a core element of the Chiloquin community. Chiloquin Visions in Progress (CVIP) is a […]
Groups of All Sorts in Chiloquin: Friends of the Chiloquin Library… The Food Pantry… Family and Community Education…. Concerned Friends of the Winema…. High Desert Trail Riders…. Sheriff’s Citizen Advisory Committee…. Friends of the Chiloquin Library… The friends are a completely volunteer organization dedicated to assisting the Chiloquin Branch Library with programs, […]
The Chiloquilters meet to sew quilts, at 11 am every Thursday morning at Two Rivers Gallery, in the Community Center at 140 South 1st Ave., come rain, sunshine, snow or blizzard. They are delighted to have new members of the community join the group and are happy to take in ‘newbies’ who would like to learn […]
There are several churches in the area, 4 of them right in town. Chiloquin Christian Center An Assemblies of God church 301 S. Chiloquin Blvd., PO Box 358 Chiloquin, OR 97624 783-2344 email: [email protected] 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Morning Worship Super Church for children under age 12 Wednesday 6:30 P.M. Kids’ Club, Youth […]
Train Mountain…. A fair number of the residents in the area moved here because of Train Mountain and are dedicated volunteers there. It is located on South Chiloquin Rd (State Rd 422), just a couple of miles past the Hwy 97 intersection. The world’s largest model railroad, there are over 35 miles of 7.5″ gauge […]
The Garden…. The Garden Gallery…. Gardening in Chiloquin is not for the impatient. The tomatoes may freeze in July (or August), the fruit (whatever kind) freeze before it ripens, and a favorite plant to succumb in winter, to -25 degrees with no snow cover to protect it. And that doesn’t even take into account the […]
For such a small town there are many organizations and many volunteer opportunities available – far too many, in fact for the number of volunteers in the community. As a result, volunteers are welcomed to all organizations with open arms and many thanks.