Multnomah and Clackamas counties

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Do you live in the Reynolds School District? Looking for something fun to do with the family on Thursday, Oct. 30? Metropolitan Family Service is hosting a free resource fair and movie night at Hartley Elementary School located at 701 NE 185th Pl, Portland, OR 97230. Starting at 5:30pm, many...
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Help benefit Gresham veterans and families in need by attending Harvest Fest. This fundraiser is hosted VFW Post 180 Ladies Auxiliary and includes a spaghetti dinner, 50/50 drawing, raffle prizes and fun activities for kids. Oct. 25, 2014 3pm-7pm 150 W. Powell Blvd.      
Hosted by Drug-Free Estacada Families and Youth (DEFY), this free youth mental health first aid training will be taught by mental health experts from Clackamas County. The course is designed for non-professionals and professionals alike who live and work with adolescents and who desire to gain a...
Portland Public Schools Community Transition Program is hosting a free resource fair for transition aged youth (14-21), families, special educators and transition specialists in Multnomah County to learn about resources and services available within the community. Attendees will be able to...
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Warning now extends from Ross Island to Sauvie Island The Oregon Health Authority is expanding a health advisory after preliminary test results show blue-green algae covering a stretch of the Willamette River flowing through downtown Portland is a toxic species. Officials with OHA’s Public...
Join AARP Oregon and Villages NW for a lively afternoon with author Beth Baker and community leaders who are changing the landscape of how we live as we get older in the Portland Metro region. The lecture and Q&A with Beth will be followed by short presentations bya representatives from the...
211info is a proud partner of the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Oregon and SW Washington. In April of 2014, we received a grant designed to help women and men in rural parts of Oregon and SW Washington access transportation to breast cancer treatment. In the last five months, we have assisted...
If you live in Clackamas County and are a non-offending parent or caregiver of a child who has been sexually abused, this is a great opporunity to feel supported and learn from others. The Children's Center is offering a free 8-week course to help those struggling with their caregiving situation.
Help provide winter coats, new shoes and more for over 2,000 homeless and needy neighbors.
  In recognition of National Recovery Month, please join Central City Concern for a FREE screening of "The Anonymous People", an award-winning feature documentary about the more than 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction.
The Corporation for National and Community Service is accepting applications through September 9 for the Multnomah County RSVP program. It's a unique opportunity to engage adults age 55 and over in service to address challenges facing local communities. Below is a brief fact sheet regarding the...
ServiceMaster is now hiring. On Wednesday, August 6, WorkSource Oregon is hosting a hiring event for ServiceMaster jobs in the Portland Metro area. The event starts promptly at 10am, and will be held at the following location: WorkSource Portland Metro Beaverton/Hillsboro 241 SW Edgeway Drive,...
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Temperatures are predicted to stay above 90 degrees for much of Oregon and SW Washington. Cooling centers are opening to help keep people out of the heat.  

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