Welcome to Trekker Designs Screen Printing, Embroidery, and Garment Decorating
At Trekker Designs we are the screen printing and embroidery experts and have provided fourteen years of decorating service in the Klamath Basin. You want your logo or design to look its best, and doing it right so it looks great is what we do best. We know that to offer great service requires doing the work in-house, and that’s what we do. Whether you need screen printing, digitizing, embroidery, monogramming, art, or cad-cutting, we do it all ourselves. Because we do our work in-house, we can fill your orders and reorders without requiring large minimums. If you just need a few, dozens, or thousands of items, we can do it.
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COMMUNITY EVENTS & NEWS
This winter, be sure to check out Mike’s Field House Sports & Community Center located in the beautiful Steen Sporks Park. Enjoy a full day of family friendly activities, including a live performance at night by one of the Basin’s most talented bands.
The Jam kicks off at noon and features an all-inclusive day of awesome activities, including:
• Archery Tag
• Lawn Games
• A Bounce House
• …and more!
Come hungry! There will be a variety of food options available.
Here are the 2018 dates for the Jam:
• January 27th (Band: Fat Sexy)
• February 24th (Band: Code Blue)
• March 31 (Band: Black Cadillac Kings)
• April 28 (Band: SLAP)
For more information about Mike’s Fieldhouse, or to learn more about the 2018 WinterJam, please visit their website at www.MikesFieldhouse.org!
The Stevens – Johnson Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1996. The purpose of the foundation is to provide the public and medical communities with information on adverse drug reactions. Our goal is to make the public aware of Stevens – Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) so that a quick diagnosis may be made and the offending drug stopped as soon as possible. Allergic drug reactions are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. We also support medical research into SJS/TEN.