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Salmon Superhwy Project 031917
AN INTERVIEW WITH JIM PRINZING, CEO OF PELICAN BREWING, TERRY TURNER WITH THE SALMON SUPERHWY PROJECT, AND NAN DEVLIN TILLAMOOK TOURISM DIRECTOR, ABOUT HOW STREAMS ARE BEING RESTORED IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY, THE TOURISM IMPACT, AND THE DONATIONS THAT PELICAN BREWING IS MAKING TO THE PROJECT.
heavy equipment should dig up the old culvert and been placed in lunch but but there are planting. Project stand invasive species removal projects that are sort of also projects the Colbert change option and
Free Geek 121116
AN INTERVIEW WITH COLLEEN DIXON, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT FOR THE NON-PROFIT FREE GEEK AND CODY HAMBLIN FROM CENTURY LINK ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GETTING TECHNOLOGY INTO THE HANDS OF PEOPLE WHO NEED IT AND ABOUT THEIR RECYCLING PROGRAM.
where teachers have blood the whole class and doing safety patrol or lunch duty for the year and they all logged hours together in on the whole class comes Manning gets their computers and that's
Clackamas Women's Services 103016
AN INTERVIEW WITH MELISSA ERLBAUM, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CLACKAMAS WOMEN’S SERVICES AND LT. ANGELA BRANDENBURG, THE DIRECTOR OF A SAFE PLACE FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO PROVIDING SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
new job she came back to the family justice center in cooked lunch for everybody there because she just wanted to celebrate that she was on the path forward. It's really great. That's fantastic. And
Comcast Essentials 103016
AN INTERVIEW WITH MARC FARRAR FROM COMCAST, MULTNOMAH COUNTY COMMISSIONER LORETTA SMITH, AND OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST JACKIE JOYNER-KERSEE ABOUT COMCAST INTERNET ESSENTIALS, A PROGRAM PROVIDING LOW COST INTERNET SERVICES TO PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY.
to. Be available for families where students in the free or reduced lunch program it was expanded. Over the years both the speed was increased as well as some of the eligibility is. And this
either that you have a a student in the free or reduced lunch program at school or was our recent announcement that you. Are and how sorry your housing unit that has. That is subsidized by housing and urban development. Federal program Hud program so it any family that is in the Hud supported program subsidized program has automatically eligible. The students. That are in the free or reduced lunch programs is available. And then there's a larger percentage of if the school has at least 40% of the students in that school. That are in the free or reduced lunch program. Everyone in this school is automatically. Available automatically qualified to enter tease you become my Internet essentials customers well. Getting involved
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Guide Dogs For The Blind 101616
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN ARMSTRONG, VP OF TRAINING OPERATIONS A GDB AND KATHRYN MARXEN-SIMONSON, A GDB GRADUATE, ABOUT TRAINING GUIDE DOGS, USING A GUIDE DOG, AND THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
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AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS HAUS, EXAULTED RULER OF THE MILWAUKIE/PORTLAND ELKS LODGE, ABOUT THE CHARITY WORK THEY DO AND THEIR HAUNTED HOUSE FUNDRAISER HAPPENING IN OCTOBER.
and my father was actually an eagle. He blood to be eagle lunch but my oldest brother became an elk over thirty years ago. And has been hounding me for quite awhile to become. A member of the organization. And as a mailman that's what I do to make a living I actually have the rock behind this launch for quite a few years I used to. Park in their back lot by the pool. And eat my lunch there hasn't delivered the mail. And just one day my wife now we just decided we needed to become members we talked
Union Gospel Mission 100216
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNION GOSPEL MISSION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO HELPING THE HOMELESS AND THEIR NEW OUTREACH PROGRAM, SEARCH AND RESCUE.
had over 300 volunteers come down and help setup up. Up barbecue lunch and all sorts of clothing tents wood closed off the streets around union gospel mission that certain burn side. And over thirteen
United Cerebral Palsy 091116
AN INTERVIEW WITH KERRY PINNY, DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR FOR UCP AND SUSAN CUSHMAN, FAMILY SUPPORT DIRECTOR AT UCP, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO HELPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK ON SEPTEMBER 17.
businesses and more community organizations to join us in the months. There's lunch for something real to me we can count buyers can buyers are going to be handed out. Three jewels going to be
Union Gospel Mission 081416
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNION GOSPEL MISSION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH THE HOMELESS AND THE OPERATION OVERCOAT EVENT AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER.
coat. They needed to happen and and then every one gets barbecued lunch and there's other products and services and here. So we're we're real happy with division. Ron and created for us from the
and again all sorts of boots. And giveaways and a giant barbecue lunch . You do. We've been stored about some. Businesses and churches and other groups duke got coat drives for us people still have
SOOR The Bite 080716
AN INTERVIEW WITH CATHY GIDLEY WITH SPECIAL OLYMPICS OREGON AND LAURA KIRK WITH THE BITE OF OREGON ABOUT THE BITE AND HOW IT BENEFITS SPECIAL OLYMPICS OREGON, ITS PROGRAMS AND ATHLETES.
Pacific northwest that we are very particular and just stood featuring a lunch from Oregon. The other is pretty awesome wind just right here. Yes and film institute for we have nineteen wineries this year.