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People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

People of Providence - Meet Marian O. Hodges

Portland Tribune - Features
The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon
Woman's Club annual auction set for Oct. 20

Woman's Club annual auction set for Oct. 20

Clackamas Review - Features
Proceeds from Oregon City fundraiser this Sunday to benefit local organizations
Mah-jongg: more than a game

Mah-jongg: more than a game

Clackamas Review - Features
Oct. 26 tourney to benefit Milwaukie Center programs at 5440 S.E. Kellogg Creek Drive
Salmon Homecoming offers immersion in nature, culture

Salmon Homecoming offers immersion in nature, culture

Gresham Outlook - Features
Two-day event at Oxbow Regional Park features fish viewing, food, celebration of indigenous culture
The ART of being Mario

The ART of being Mario

Gresham Outlook - Features
Rockwood muralist Mario DeLeon makes indelible mark by pursuing creative passion through public, business and digital art
Milwaukie educator, performer to put 'you' in ukulele

Milwaukie educator, performer to put 'you' in ukulele

Clackamas Review - Features
Expert Neal Chin to teach single-note chord workshop Oct. 11 at Milwaukie Center
Show your love of lace with Portland Lace Society

Show your love of lace with Portland Lace Society

Clackamas Review - Features
Thread your way through display of delicate art form, techniques Oct. 12 at Milwaukie Center
Peek into the art process near Oregon City

Peek into the art process near Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Features
19 artists open doors to their Beavercreek studios from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Oct. 11-13
Milwaukie artists work with wax

Milwaukie artists work with wax

Clackamas Review - Features
'Encaustic Showcase' at First Friday highights work of five artists through Oct. 30 in City Hall Lobby Gallery
Retired rocket scientist to open Seasoned Adults fall term

Retired rocket scientist to open Seasoned Adults fall term

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City resident Kim A. Foster will present 'Space: The Final Frontier' on Oct. 9
The BEAR MAXIMUM

The BEAR MAXIMUM

Gresham Outlook - News
37th annual Teddy Bear Parade sidesteps rain, brings joy to kids from 2 to 92 in downtown Gresham
Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo Center

Northwest Quilting Expo opens at Portland Expo Center

Portland Tribune - Features
The largest indoor quilting show in the Pacific Northwest returns with new tips, trick and tools.
'Think big, start local' at Oak Grove United Methodist…

'Think big, start local' at Oak Grove United Methodist…

Clackamas Review - Features
The Neighborhood Project seeks to bring folks together in October for common good
Stu Fuchs to lead 'Ukulele Bandstand' in Milwaukie

Stu Fuchs to lead 'Ukulele Bandstand' in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Grammy-nominated musician will bring zen, fun to fifth-annual Pacific Northwest workshop and concert
Rex Putnam High School grad goes overboard

Rex Putnam High School grad goes overboard

Clackamas Review - Features
Lisa Jeanne Peterson back in Milwaukie after performing on cruise ships around world
Dave Mason shares thoughts on touring, Traffic, and the…

Dave Mason shares thoughts on touring, Traffic, and the…

Portland Tribune - Features
British guitarist, singer and songwriter pairs with Steve Cropper for Rock & Soul Revue on Saturday at Revolution Hall
Wagon Tongues, local branch of Toastmasters, seeks new…

Wagon Tongues, local branch of Toastmasters, seeks new…

Clackamas Review - Features
Club in Oregon City welcomes those interested in self-improvement through speaking
Fall into fine creativity at Troutdale arts festival

Fall into fine creativity at Troutdale arts festival

Gresham Outlook - Features
Renowned framer Donna Erwin will be among 60 featured artists at annual event at Glenn Otto Community Park
Mendenhall returns to area music scene at new Milwaukie…

Mendenhall returns to area music scene at new Milwaukie…

Clackamas Review - Features
Singer-songwriter plans Sept. 22 show at 50-seat venue at former Amadeus Restaurant site
North Clackamas watersheds cleanup day set for Sept. 14

North Clackamas watersheds cleanup day set for Sept. 14

Clackamas Review - Features
Volunteers will pick up litter, remove invasives and restore habitat from 8:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 14
'Living art' event coming to Milwaukie

'Living art' event coming to Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie Center hosts 'bonsai forest' exhibit, marketplace, demos Sept. 14
New Century Players 'Surrender' to comedy

New Century Players 'Surrender' to comedy

Clackamas Review - Features
Season opener 'Suite Surrender' offers quirky characters, romance, divas, dog
Forum celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Forum celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Clackamas Review - Features
Sept. 18 event in Clackamas County promotes Latino cultural awareness and education
Oregon City theater preview: 'Queens Girl in the World'

Oregon City theater preview: 'Queens Girl in the World'

Clackamas Review - Features
Sept. 5-29 at the Osterman Theatre, Lauren Steele plays 13 characters in one-woman show set in civil-rights era
Oregon Impact: Clear communication crucial if crisis arises

Oregon Impact: Clear communication crucial if crisis arises

Clackamas Review - Features
'I Love U Guys' Foundation, Janelle Lawrence offer timely school safety, recovery seminar
The heart of the beat

The heart of the beat

Gresham Outlook - Features
Gresham's Camille Denny finds dynamic home for her powerhouse percussion and vocal talents in MarchFourth
Clackamas High School grad works as Navy jet mechanic

Clackamas High School grad works as Navy jet mechanic

Clackamas Review - Features
Josue Encinas, 23, says purpose on aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan is to 'protect freedom'
New Century Players upcoming season shines spotlight on…

New Century Players upcoming season shines spotlight on…

Clackamas Review - Features
First up in Oak Grove theatre is 'Suite Surrender,' a love note to 1940s comedies
Do-si-do with Oaky Doaks, River City Dancers

Do-si-do with Oaky Doaks, River City Dancers

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas County square-dance groups offer free lessons to attract new members
FREEZE brings specialty ice cream, granitas to Milwaukie

FREEZE brings specialty ice cream, granitas to Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Food pod cart owner Greg Baartz-Bowman feeds his soul while helping environment

Gresham Library to revel in Indian dance and culture

Gresham Outlook - Features
Gresham Library to revel in Indian dance and culture
Portland's creative laureate Subashani Ganesan, students present multicultural program

Oak Grove Renaissance faire to simulate history

Clackamas Review - Features
Oak Grove Renaissance faire to simulate history
Milwaukie-Portland Elks Lodge to host faire on Aug. 17, 18 to raise money for both Backpack Buddies and Care & Share

Hundreds gather in Gladstone to fight ovarian cancer

Clackamas Review - Features
Hundreds gather in Gladstone to fight ovarian cancer
Dr. Tanja Pejovic, a researcher at Knight Cancer Institute: New research offers hope to those with the deadly disease

New Century Players to hold weekend yard sale

Clackamas Review - Features
New Century Players to hold weekend yard sale
Event from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Aug. 2 and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Aug. 3 at 11022 S.E. 37th Ave., Milwaukie

'South Pacific' brings eye-catching sets to Oregon…

Clackamas Review - Features
'South Pacific' brings eye-catching sets to Oregon…
Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents the Tony-award winning musical, opening Aug. 1

Mandolin Orange spreads seeds of success

Portland Tribune - Features
Mandolin Orange spreads seeds of success
North Carolina duo returns to Pickathon for two shows, Aug. 3-4, at Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley

The Dead's Phil Lesh adds jam to Pickathon recipe

Portland Tribune - Features
The Dead's Phil Lesh adds jam to Pickathon recipe
Pickathon, an ever-evolving extravaganza of art, music returns to Happy Valley, Aug. 1-4; founder says this year's lineup could be best ever

Milwaukie Porsche to be featured at Forest Grove…

Portland Tribune - Wheels
Milwaukie Porsche to be featured at Forest Grove…
Doug Naef's restored 1953 Porsche 356 is believed to be the oldest working Porsche in Oregon.

North Clackamas program just what the doctor ordered

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas program just what the doctor ordered
Class gives Sabin-Schellenberg students real-life medical experience, path to internships

Book gives hope to those traumatized by spiritual…

Clackamas Review - Features
Book gives hope to those traumatized by spiritual…
Happy Valley author Connie Baker offers online resources to help with recovery

Card game serves as 'metaphor for life' in Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Card game serves as 'metaphor for life' in Oak Grove
New Century Players to perform Pulitzer-winning 'Gin Game' in the Rose Villa Performing Arts Center

Made in Milwaukie set on giving city new identity

Clackamas Review - Features
Made in Milwaukie set on giving city new identity
Shop showcases work of 40 Clackamas County artists, also offers duplication services

Making something out of some (discarded) things

Gresham Outlook - Features
Making something out of some (discarded) things
Nonprofit crackedpots celebrates 20 years of Reuse Art Show at McMenamins Edgefield

Farming out parade duties

Sandy Post - News
Farming out parade duties
Sandy Mountain Festival names Geren's Farm Supply owners grand marshals of parade

Unique ukuleles descend on Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Unique ukuleles descend on Milwaukie
Center hosts jams, displays instruments made by Dan Caldwell through mid-July

Pulp Stage presents 'dark comedies' in Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Pulp Stage presents 'dark comedies' in Oak Grove
Rose Villa residents in senior-living community to perform in free 'Wit Bites' June 29

In downtown Gresham this summer, Mondays mean music

Gresham Outlook - Features
In downtown Gresham this summer, Mondays mean music
Annual series featuring wide range of bands, styles kicks off its 10th season at the Gresham Arts Plaza on July 1

SaberForge brings light sabers, more to Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Features
SaberForge brings light sabers, more to Oregon City
Company owner Phil Isherwood said he founded SaberForge after losing his job during the 2008 financial collapse

Clackamas County resident seeks Outstanding Teen…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas County resident seeks Outstanding Teen…
Déja Fitzwater, 14, passionate about converting STEM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) to STEAM, including art

Plato's packs closet with reasonably priced fashion…

Gresham Outlook - News
Plato's packs closet with reasonably priced fashion…
Franchise store buys, sells used clothes and accessories for teen, young adult market

Aspen Meadow Band presents annual free concert

Clackamas Review - Features
Aspen Meadow Band presents annual free concert
Tractors, Trucks and Teddy Bears to benefit the Mother & Child Education Center

Warren Floyd brings Rocky Mountain vibe to Edgefield

Gresham Outlook - Features
Warren Floyd brings Rocky Mountain vibe to Edgefield
Texas-bred singer/songwriter found his muse in fertile 1970s-'80s Colorado scene

Soul Box Project aims to open hearts, minds in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Soul Box Project aims to open hearts, minds in…
Milwaukie Arts Committee decides to give local residents chance to make handmade origami boxes to honor gunfire victims, as part of First Friday from…

Clackamas High School grad wins UW full ride for…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas High School grad wins UW full ride for…
Kennedy Meyers's sister Madison two years ago won a Chick Evans Scholarship for Caddies, and this year Kennedy won the same scholarship

Hut Shuttle eases Oregon City trips to airport

Clackamas Review - Features
Hut Shuttle eases Oregon City trips to airport
Shuttle now leaves every two hours from the Best Western Plus Rivershore Hotel in Oregon City

Art exhibit finds beauty here, there ... everywhere

Gresham Outlook - Features
Art exhibit finds beauty here, there ... everywhere
Work from 24 artists on display through August 8 at the city of Gresham's Visual Arts Gallery

Milwaukie Cafe serves up food made with 'love'

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie Cafe serves up food made with 'love'
Restaurant in the Ardenwald neighborhood on Southeast 32nd Avenue has become popular with locals

Eastside Theater presents a timely family affair…

Gresham Outlook - Features
Eastside Theater presents a timely family affair…
Parents, siblings work together to bring classic Charles Dickens tale to life

People of Providence - Meet Walter J. Urba, M.D.,…

Portland Tribune - Features
People of Providence - Meet Walter J. Urba, M.D.,…
SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

CCC ends theater season with 'And Then They Came…

Clackamas Review - Features
CCC ends theater season with 'And Then They Came…
Clackamas Community College Theater Department playing show May 23-June 2, which includes taped interviews of Holocaust survivors Ed Silverberg and…

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