Early Childhood Education
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Comcast Cares 050717
AN INTERVIEW WITH REBECCA BROWN WITH COMCAST AND STEPHANIE MURDOCK, PRINCIPAL AT HARTLEY ELEMENTARY, ABOUT COMCAST CARES DAY AND THE WORK THE VOLUNTEERS DID AT HARTLEY.
what. But that's what a fantastic thing he noted to spruce a preschool and it just makes everybody so much more excited about everything. It does that instill that pride of ownership and you know
Auto Show JDRF 010817
AN INTERVIEW WITH GREG REMENSPERGER WITH THE METRO PORTLAND NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION AND JUDY SUMMERS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF JDRF, ABOUT THE AUTO SHOW PREVIEW CHARITY PARTY THAT BENEFITS SEVERAL LOCAL CHARITIES INCLUDING JDRF.
from beginning to end to a handle autistic. Needs so it's it's preschool all the way past high school for kids to go through and and are taught. Not only the education side of it
Impact NW 112016
N INTERVIEW WITH NICOLE HOWE, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT MANAGER AT IMPACT NW, AND CRISTEN LINCOLN, BROKER AT LIVING ROOM REALTY, ABOUT THE WORK IMPACT NW DOES HELPING COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO NEED ASSISTANCE AND THE COAT DRIVE SPONSORED BY LIVING ROOM REALTY.
grown in the Portland area where. Serving a 36000. Individuals annually firm early childhood through. You know youth and family following student senior style. This is uniquely Portland thing. It's out there Portland's living in power
of unique to leak really provided a whole gambit of services from. Early childhood services tipping. You can families that we have in early childhood we have healthy families parent child development like helping you parents are people who just signed up their parents kind of gain
Oregon Lottery 050816
AN INTERVIEW WITH CHUCK BAUMAN, SPOKESMAN FOR THE OREGON LOTTERY, ABOUT THEIR SUPPORT OF THE TEACHER OF THE YEAR PROGRAM, AND ABOUT THE OREGON LOTTERY IN GENERAL.
the state correct. Absolutely come anyone come in any. Teacher public schoolteacher prekindergarten through called great deuce is eligible for the prize one thing I do wanna point out is that nominations do close on
Capes & Crowns Foundation 041716
AN INTERVIEW WITH KYLIE COLE, FOUND AND CEO OF CAPES AND CROWNS FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO PHOTOGRAPHING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH DISEASE, ABUSE, OR OTHER SAD CIRCUMSTANCES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING GALA.
with everything else going on in my life that's photography with the preschool with my own kids. And I just didn't appetites for. And then I just kind of I had everything. We did a
Albertina Kerr 032716
AN INTERVIEW WITH RIVAH BEATY, A LONG TIME VOLUNTEER WITH ALBERTINA KERR ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES AND THEIR FUNDRAISING RUN, RACE FOR THE ROSES.
challenges through a variety of programs. I'm include dean say gesture care early childhood outpatient services. Supported Levine. Told group homes inflame an Indy services. Youth and adult group homes it's really really a broad number
Impact NW 121315
AN INTERVIEW WITH JILL MORROW WITH IMPACT NW AND CRISTIN LINCOLN WITH LIVING ROOM REALTY ABOUT THE WORK IMPACT NW DOES WITH PEOPLE WHO NEED SOCIAL SERVICES AND HOW LIVING ROOM REALTY IS HELPING WITH THE HOLIDAY HOPE DRIVE.
each space so anything from running afterschool enrichment programs which Q providing early childhood and parent education classes. We're seeing your programs are also pretty significant speech right transportation for seniors to get to medical appointments
Success Northwest 062115
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACIA BAKER, OWNER OF SUCCESS NORTHWEST, ABOUT THE WORK SHE DOES IN HELPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES GET JOBS, AND ABOUT OREGON SPECIAL NEEDS LAW.
I ended up spending two years with her and when she started preschool and I started thinking about going back into private practice as. On it just doesn't seem like they kind. Of career that
Sleep Country Foster Kids 11.23.14
AN INTEVIEW WITH GINA DAVIS FROM SLEEP COUNTRY ABOUT HOW THEY HELP FOSTER KIDS IN OUR AREA AND THEIR HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE HAPPENING NOW.
are other really really big change. Tragedy check if they're ready for preschool . I know we have a coat drive which we just I'm finished went without penalty essential items. And you know that kids.
Sleep Country Foster Kids 8.17.14
An interview with Gina Davis, Director Of Branding with Sleep Country, about their foster kids support program and the school supply drive that is currently underway.
then backpack and they -- huge need. And they're not only isn't preschool but they'll seat them to move as luggage from home to home. Those -- -- this is our current. Focus right now
at -- -- that you can we've got a -- children from preschool all the way to seniors and you know in high school. And you know fifteen adopting gets forgotten that the calculators. --
definitely be put to use with 20000. Poster children in grades from preschool to seniors in high school. There's a lot of school supplies needed to cover that I have a nightcap. Absolutely just about