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John Arnold and James West-Herr have joined Rainbow Valley Design and Construction in Eugene as designers. Both attended the University of Oregon school of architecture.

Gary Danner has joined BowTech, a Eugene-based maker of compound bows and archery equipment, as chief financial officer. He will provide overall financial management, inventory control and financial analysis, and help the company develop strategic plans. Danner previously served as director of finance and materials logistics at Sony Disc Manufacturing in Springfield.

Jennifer Council has joined Eugene-based NetCorps as the Southern Oregon technology consultant responsible for providing nonprofit organizations with technology assistance. NetCorps works with nonprofit organizations to increase their capacity and effectiveness through information technology.

Sherry Lynn Cuneo, John Masson and Jerre Sartain have joined The Lending Team in Eugene as loan advisers. Phone: 284-8300.


Looking Glass elected the following to its board of directors for 2003-04: president, Stephanie Connor of Connor Enterprises; president elect, Anne Marie Levis of Funk/Levis Associates; and secretary, Linda McKay Korth.

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