Category Archives: Education

Concordia University, NE Coalition of Neighborhoods Host Mayoral and City Council Candidates Forums

Please join NECN and Concordia University for two forums with the 2012 Mayoral and City Council candidates. The first forum will be held on: Tuesday, February 28th at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30p.m. Concordia University on the 2nd floor of the Hagen … Continue reading

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Early Childhood Needs Assessment Completed for Cully-Concordia

To assess the growing needs of families with young children and the capacity of current early childhood programs and facilities in Cully-Concordia, community leaders, school representatives, service providers and parents helped collect and analyze information to create an Early Childhood … Continue reading

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Come share your thoughts about the future of Cully-Concordia children!

We’ve heard what you think about early childhood development in your neighborhood. Now we need your help to move forward and finalize the recommendations. COME SHARE YOUR IDEAS. Wednesday, May 11th 6- 7:30 p.m. Milagros Boutique 5433 NE 30th Avenue … Continue reading

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Toastmasters Plan an Open House

The Fortunate 500 Toastmasters Club will host an open-house meeting Tuesday evening, January 25, 2011 at the Kaiser Permanente Central Interstate Building, 3600 N. Interstate, Conference Room 2 D. The special meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m., according to Club … Continue reading

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Lead Poisoning and Weatherization workshops to be held

Free Lead Poisoning Prevention Workshop – living in an older home? Participants learn how to prevent lead exposure while living in homes older than 1978. Participants receive a free safety kit worth $30. Contact Community Energy Project at 503.284.6827 x110 … Continue reading

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International public high school for immigrant students now enrolling for fall

Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon’s Portland International Community School (PICS) is enrolling students for the school’s 17th year of providing education programs for high school aged students (14 to 21) who are the children of immigrants or refugees. An accredited school, … Continue reading

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ECOPALOOZA Saturday August 7th in Fernhill Park

Join us for ECOPALOOZA www.econw.org

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Columbia Slough Regatta Sunday, July 25

Columbia Slough Regatta, Sunday, July 25 The Columbia Slough Small Craft Regatta, the largest one-day paddle in Oregon, returns for its 16th anniversary on Sunday, July 25th from 9 am to 1 pm. This annual celebration of the Columbia Slough … Continue reading

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Jefferson High School Petition

A petition has been posted online by the Jefferson High School Alumni Association to help save Jefferson High School from closing. If you support keeping the school open visit http://petitions.tigweb.org/Democrats and pledge support.

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Host a Foreign Exchange Student!

Cultural Academic Student Exchange (CASE) is currently seeking host families in the Portland metro area for the 2010 – 2011 school year. Length of stays are for either a semester or an academic year. Exchange students are 15-18 years old. … Continue reading

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