The Second Question: Insight, Resources, Connections

11.18.14
Spend next Saturday afternoon simply relaxing knowing that your children and teens will have more fun options than even they can handle at the Firstenburg Community Center (700 NE 136th Ave. Vancouver, WA). From noon till closing, the community center’s fleet of healthy and exciting activities are free.
11.18.14
Show your support for your family, friends, and neighbors, or educate yourself on the latest and greatest in diabetes products and services at this year’s American Diabetes Association's Diabetes EXPO.
11.18.14
  Simmering rivalries do not usually come to mind for most folks around the Thanksgiving holiday, but Portland nonprofit Outside In hopes that this year the contested arena of Portland/Seattle superiority is exactly what is on our minds.
11.18.14
Funded through a grant by the AARP, WorkSource Lane is recruiting for teller and customer service specialist positions among other roles. Lane Community College Small Business Development Center, WorkSource Lane, and Lane County banks and credit unions have collaborated to create a training curriculum to bring applicants up to speed. Take a look at these minimum qualifications to judge your eligibility:
11.18.14
Becoming a father undoubtedly brings abundant joy, but with it, abundant responsibility. If you are a new or expecting father, Northwest Marriage Institute is hosting a free parenting workshop that you won’t want to miss.
11.13.14
Traumatic brain injury is a serious public health problem in the nation, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
11.13.14
The federal health care portal HealthCare.gov opens on Friday, Nov. 15. As of that date, Oregon’s own site will no longer take healthcare applications. With this transition come important changes. If you haven’t applied for the Oregon Health Plan or opted for a private insurer yet, note the following about applying after Nov. 15.
11.13.14
Planning your weekends in Portland can sometimes be a challenge. No, it’s not for a lack of things to do; quite the contrary actually. So let us provide a little help for your Saturday evening at least. We’ll leave the rest of the weekend up to you.
11.13.14
Spend an enjoyable evening in Canyonville, Oregon, enjoying wine and live music as you bid on fine art and recreation packages to help end hunger in Douglas and Josephine counties. All of this is going down as part of The United Community Action Network’s fifth annual “Windows of Hope” fundraiser. This gala event will be held on Friday, November 21 from 5:30pm to 9pm at Seven Feathers Casino Hotel.
11.13.14
Whether it be for the money, bragging rights or that lives will be saved by your excellent work… do we even need an excuse for this? Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) is welcoming you and your sleuthy sidekicks to join an epic month-long hunt to locate the most automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in your community and wherever you see them around the Portland Metro Area.