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Friends of Fairview created an Friends of Fairview general meeting. ... See MoreSee Less

In 2014 FoF did 14 projects, with 250 volunteers accumulating about 1000 volunteer hours. Everything from helping set up tables and chairs to host the largest community festival in the city. Would you like to help? Come to the meeting and listen, decide if Friends of Fairview is worthy of your time and skills. Topics: Festival/Car show Poker Fundraiser Earth Day Solve event and one possible mystery item.

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Friends of Fairview general meeting

March 9, 2015, 6:30pm

Carlino's Pizza & Deli

In 2014 FoF did 14 projects, with 250 volunteers accumulating about 1000 volunteer hours. Everything from helping set up tables and chairs to host the largest community festival in the city. Would you like to help? Come to the meeting and listen, decide if Friends of Fairview is worthy of your time and skills. Topics: Festival/Car show Poker Fundraiser Earth Day Solve event and one possible mystery item.

Friends of Fairview shared Reynolds High School Theatre's Charlotte's Web, proudly presented by RHS. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us for Charlotte's Web! March 5, 6, 13 and 14 at 7 pm or March 7 at 2 pm Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students/seniors. Children who bring a completed coloring sheet to the box office will receive a free ticket when their parent/guardian purchases one! To reserve tickets, call the RHS box office at 503-491-3422.

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Charlotte's Web, proudly presented by RHS

March 5, 2015, 7:00pm

Reynolds High School Theatre

Join us for Charlotte's Web! March 5, 6, 13 and 14 at 7 pm or March 7 at 2 pm Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students/seniors. Children who bring a completed coloring sheet to the box office will receive a free ticket when their parent/guardian purchases one! To reserve tickets, call the RHS box office at 503-491-3422.

2015 Jennifer Beegle Youth Involvement Award

Do you know a young person 13-21 yrs old that is involved in their community? The Multnomah Youth Commission and the Citizen Involvement Committee of Multnomah County want to hear from you. The County will recognize outstanding volunteers at a ceremony on April 23, 2015 in the Multnomah County Board Room, Multnomah Building. This award will highlight the positive impacts one young person has on their community, in memory of Jennifer Beegle, a former member of the Youth Commission who died in a car accident when she was 17.

This award is focused on youth who volunteer in community based agencies, local governments, and places of worship but NOT school involvement (i.e. Drama Club, student government).

Nominations are DUE March 20, 2015.

CLICK HERE: 2015 Jennifer Beegle Award to nominate online or download attached form and send it back via email or mail.
Thank you,

Multnomah Youth Commission
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Marc Fernandes
Youth Development Coordinator, Multnomah Youth Commission
Office of Diversity and Equity - Multnomah County, Oregon
10317 E. Burnside
Portland, OR 97216
Ph: 503.793.1691
marc.fernandes@multco.us
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3 days ago

A great and positive article for Friends of Fairview in today's paper. Thanks Outlook. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Chad Elder, Embrace Oregon.com and 10 others like this

Ginell Lamont CooperSlightly left of center ;-)1   ·  5 days ago

Chad OlinCongratulations...Your very hard work is paying off!5 days ago

Keith A KudrnaYIPPEE, I made the corner of the pic. Darren of course is front and center.5 days ago

Barbara Wagoner Jonesawesome!!! Love the article!!5 days ago

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Friends of Fairview shared ECHO An East County Historical Organization's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Have you ever noticed the little building behind the Heslin House? It's Fairview's original two-cell jail built in 1915. It's the only original jail left standing in east Multnomah County.

7 days ago

Another productive and fulfilling day in Fairview. A fresh coat of paint with the coming spring. Great job people ... See MoreSee Less

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Friends of Fairview shared ECHO An East County Historical Organization's post. ... See MoreSee Less

The Heslin and Zimmerman Houses are open this Saturday from 12-4.

2 weeks ago

Today, Friends of Fairview has crested the biggest milestone of its history. Waiting for me in the mail this afternoon was a letter from the IRS granting FoF it's 501c3 status.

2 years, 2 dozen projects, 2 festivals and 100's of good deeds done and we accomplished one of the primary goals at inception.

Huge and heart felt thanks to everyone who has taken the journey with the group. But special thanks to Darren Riordan for filing the paperwork, Kathy Kudrna for the legal advice when we needed it.

Thanks to the rest of the Board and core members that kept us focused and striving to achieve our goals. We literally couldn't have done it without you.

Kieth Kudrna, Barbara Jones, Francis Doo, Theresa Delany Davis, Ginell Cooper, Steve Kaufman, Lauri Kreamier, Valerie and CoryTewksbury, Tami Riordan and Darcie Bronson
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2 weeks ago

ECHO An East County Historical Organization, Kimberly Blegen and 17 others like this

Barbara Wagoner JonesCongrats Brian Cooper and Darren Riordan. These two have been unstoppable. Kudos to all but especially to the two of you for sharing the vision and all the follow-through.1   ·  2 weeks ago

Marianne DaoustCongratulations Friends of Fairview!3   ·  2 weeks ago

Joe GallCongrats on your new status and I wish you continued success2   ·  2 weeks ago

Darren RiordanI can't thank everyone enough for their hard work and support This really opens some doors for our group to accomplish even greater things.2   ·  2 weeks ago

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