Bank check buoys Ripples river event

<p>Janice Provencher (left), John Day bank branch manager, gives the donation to Watershed Council Director Elaine Eisenbraun.</p><p></p>

JOHN DAY – The Bank of Eastern Oregon has donated $1,000 to the North Fork John Day Watershed Council's "Ripples in Time" program, which will be held June 9.

The activities will kick off at the new Bates State Park on the Middle Fork of the John Day River. The celebration of the watershed will include activities, an art show, displays and demonstrations, project tours, a native American salmon bake, and more.

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