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09.25.14
On Saturday, October 4, 2014 there will be a free one-day health clinic at Tigard High School. Free medical services will be provided as well as dental, vision care and free hair cuts. Services provided to all residents in the Tigard-Tualatin School District.  There are limited time slots available. First come will be first served. Childcare will be provided, as well as a free lunch. Se habla español.
09.25.14
The 8th annual Project Homeless Connect event takes place Friday, October 3, at the Church of the Nazarene in Newport, 9:30am to 3pm. The one-day event brings together service providers with emergency dental care, an immunization clinic, free haircuts, assistance with obtaining legal I.D.s, pet care, legal assistance, a hot meal, non-perishable food items and more. In a typical year, the event serves about 200 people. Lincoln County Transit service is free throughout the county on this date.
09.25.14
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09.23.14
A guided grocery store tour teaching skills for buying healthy foods on a budget. Want to save money at the store? Want to buy healthy foods for your family? Need some tasty and healthy recipes? If you said yes, sign up for a free guided grocery store tour.
09.19.14
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 Health Division say the advisory, first issued September 16 for the stretch of the Willamette between the south end of Ross Island and the Fremont Bridge, now extends from Ross Island downriver to the south end of Sauvie Island.
09.18.14
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 following local models featured in Beth's book.
09.18.14
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 139 people in getting connected to the treatment they so desperately need.
09.18.14
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.
09.18.14
On Saturday, September 27, at 12pm the 6th annual Hands Across the Bridge Recovery/Wellbriety month celebration is taking place on the Alsea Bridge in Waldport. A free celebration and BBQ will follow from 1pm to 3pm at the Seashore Family Literacy Center. Additionally, it is also national RX Drug Take Back and a temporary site will be set up at the Sheriff's substation at Waldport City Hall. Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal from 10am to 2pm.