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Art In The Pearl 082017
AN INTERVIEW WITH ANNIE MEYER, LOCAL ARTIST AND BOARD MEMBER WITH ART IN THE PEARL ABOUT THE ART FESTIVAL IN PORTLAND ON LABOR DAY WEEKEND.
it had received a lot of cities funding. And sponsorship better for recession and it just lost all it's sending an old that and that. It's very it was fifteen local artists produce the finished
Credit Unions 042317
AN INTERVIEW WITH TROY STANG, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE NORTHWEST CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION, ABOUT THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING A MEMBER OF A NON-PROFIT CREDIT UNION.
gone through the headlines of of all of the economic downturn and recession and then in that you. The angst towards Wall Street in the end they too big to fail. And to understand I
on the books of credit unions. And so the leading into the recession and number one pretty use more hedging on those types of markets and cause some of the the challenges. That led to
soundness earlier in as to what happened to credit him during the recession . On the to politic credit unions are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration. Aisles polity sister agency to the FDIC.
NW Largest Garage Sale 040917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID BUFFUM, FOUNDER OF THE NW LARGEST GARAGE SALE ABOUT THEIR GIANT COMMUNITY EVENT AND THE NON-PROFIT SUPPORT THEY PROVIDE AT THE EVENT APRIL 15.
first year we. Five families. This is. You know 20082000. As the recession people who was there ounces. We donated by a family. Spots the solar they're helpful stuff that they're losing their house. They
Oregon Military Museum 020517
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOMMY THAYER, LEAD GUITARIST F KISS, ABOUT THE OREGON MILITARY MUSEUM OPENING IN 2018 AND ABOUT THE FUNDRAISING ALL STAR SALUTE TO THE OREGON MILITARY ON FEBRUARY 18.
did they do they do exactly that they did it and a recession either in the sport or. Cars is another land and by building. Yeah I see a lot of them going to that.
Oregon Energy Fund 111316
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN ALLBRITTON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR OREGON ENERGY FUND ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING ENERGY ASSISTANCE IN OUR AREA AND THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
Unemployment is down overall and what it was yeah 2008 with the recession . But so much of that it down that their numbers down beat it and lower. Wage jobs people are working harder. Or
Marylhurst Summer Camps 051516
AN INTERVIEW WITH EMILY ROSS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AND CLINICAL COORDINATOR FOR MUSIC THERAPY AND JUSTIN SMITH, DIRECTOR OF CHORAL ACTIVITIES AT MARYLHURST, ABOUT THEIR SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMS.
really fantastic. What would the dates for your summer camp. There's two recession the first section is July 11 to fourteenth for children ages five to ten. And the second week is July 18 to
Portland Auto Show Charity 011716
AN INTERVIEW WITH GREG REMENSPERGER, EXECUTIVE VP OF THE OREGON AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION AND JUDY SUMMERS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR JDRF ABOUT THE AUTO SHOW CHARITY SNEAK PEEK EVENT AND HOW IT BENEFITS JDRF AND OTHER LOCAL CHARITIES.
single one of the Graham's back in. Over the years when the recession hit we had some manufactures or pulling out of regional auto shows but we have everyone of them back in so. Everything
But today and the every one of the manufacturers has since the recession ended kind of gone through and refreshed. Most of their product line. In the end again I'll go back to the technology
Les Schwab Invitational 121315
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MCCALLUM WITH PRIME TIME SPORTS ABOUT THE LES SCHWAB INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT AND ITS COMMUNITY IMPACT AND ITS IMPACT ON AREA HIGH SCHOOLS.
section to get a lot about all the duty to go into recession . And then the evening we do you general mission and reserved tickets. So if you happen to wanna come out you wanna
Boys & Girls Clubs 112215
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN HUBERT, CEO OF THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PORTLAND METRO ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH AT-RISK YOUTH.
stability its sustainability. Is not easy to achieve magically coming out of recession recession took a huge told on a lot of organizations so. Really creating a sustainable organization that is here. Federal law determine the
Human Solutions 092715
AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN DEMASTER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH HUMAN SOLUTIONS AND DAVID SNODGRASS, PRESIDENT OF DENNIS’ 7 DEE’S, ABOUT THE WORK HUMAN SOLUTIONS DOES TO HELP HOMELESS FAMILIES AND THE GENEROUS DONATIONS THEY RECEIVE FROM DENNIS’ 7 DEES.
income people. There always the first to suffer the effects of the recession but always the last to recover. Because they have the jobs that pay the worst and as people get forced out of