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Student of the Year Award Program

Chris and Stuart Freedman, owners of Fire Mountain Gems and Beads, joined the Grants Pass Rotary Club in 2002 in order to make a difference in the local and global communities. The mission of Rotary International, a worldwide association of Rotary...

Bravery Beads Help Kids with Cancer

The bald eagle bead represents hair loss, and the smiling-sun bead celebrates the final chemotherapy treatment. There are beads for bone marrow tests, spinal taps, blood transfusions, and more. The beads are Bravery Beads, and they chronicle a...

Bravery Beads for Brave Children

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, much of his or her life is controlled by others. The Bravery Beads program at Rogue Valley Medical Center (RVMC) gives children the opportunity to make decisions, create something for themselves, and talk about...

The Children of Christ Orphanage

Nicole arrived in Ghana at Christ Orphanage for a two-month volunteer mission with a box of beads and lots of excitement. An anthropology student, Nicole plans to be a teacher and this program has given her the opportunity to gain valuable teaching...

Homeward Dreams Project

While many groups have talked about the need of affordable housing for working middle-income families in our region, Homeward Dreams is proud to say we have done something about it. Homeward Dreams Affordable Housing Company and Dream Builder...

Beads of Honor for the Bravest Children

If you're a kid and you've got cancer, you'll get to choose your Bravery Bead at Rogue Valley Medical Center after you've had a really, really bad day. Sarah Selland of Central Point was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was in kindergarten....

Thank you From Jill L. Erickson

For the second year in a row, Fire Mountain Gems and Beads graciously sponsored "Fundamentals in Polymer Clay," a 3-day intensive workshop that I teach at the Bead and Button Show. For an instructor, life doesn't get much better than leading a class...

Fundraiser for Asante NICU of Southern Oregon

It's 33mm (1-5/16 inches) long and 16mm (5/8 inches) wide--about the width of an American half-dollar coin. It's made using a mold from the foot of a 24-week-gestation baby girl. She weighed 1 pound, 4 ounces at her premature birth. Now? She's a...

Angels for Lila May

Surrounded by an incredible outpouring of love, prayers and encouraging words from all over the world, and encircled by her loving family, Lila May has made the brave journey from this life into her angelic life where she is dancing with the angels....

1962 Beaded Cadillac

Why, might you ask, would anyone want to bead a Cadillac in the first place? Well, a Cadillac is an American car with a large surface, so there is a lot of room for beads! In 2003, Fire Mountain Gems and Beads had the privilege to display such a...
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