Decorating party uses REACH Christmas trees for holiday fun

This year REACH has been selling wooden Christmas Trees made out of pallet wood, each tree ranges in sizes from small to large. The children in the featured picture are all decorating our small Christmas trees to their heart’s content.     The trees are both a great artistic piece and group decorating activity, as all trees are painted and strung with lights unless otherwise ordered.  Being made of both old and new pallet wood each tree is handcrafted in our wood mill off Maywood Dr in Klamath Falls.     After the REACH Christmas Trees are assembled they are then sent over to a second location in the Fred Myer Parking lot *Dubbed* “REACH At Freddies” Where they are then painted and given a […]

REACH’s Application for Employment gets a face lift

We at REACH Inc. have updated our application for employment and have made it available online for download. Anyone wanting to apply for a job at REACH Inc. can now download our fillable pdf application for employment onto a computer and electronically fill it out, Or print and fill by hand. (Don’t forget to sign and date your job application before submitting.) In what ways can I submit my job App? There are three methods you can submit your job app to REACH Inc. 1. you can drop it off at our main site located at 2350 Maywood Dr. Klamath Falls, OR. 2. scan your job app as a pdf and email with signature/date to Business @ (without the spaces) 3. Fax your job […]

Part 2 of 3 on what do we produce at REACH Inc.?

Part 2 on “What do we produce at REACH Inc.?” In our first part of “What do we produce at REACH, Inc.?” We went over the various pallets made in our main facility from Maywood Drive. In this section or part 2, we are going to discuss our Recycle Department. First thing is what type of material do we recycle, where can the community drop off their recycle and how much, how many baling machines does REACH, Inc. have? and Who we partner with in the local community?   Our recycling division was much bigger in size, until the fire last year on July 7th, 2015. The fire wiped out all of our recycle material, an outbuilding, as well as our then big Baler. We […]