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Logical Position donates school supplies; Mary's Woods to hold job fair Oct. 4; Concordia launches pre-nursing program online; Dayton named president of North Star Property Management

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Ashlee Schneider, Rene Brito and Peter Erickson-Knight from Lake Oswego-based Logical Position dropped off 100 pounds of school supplies the agency collected over the summer to the Blazers Boys & Girls Club.

Logical Position donates school supplies

Just because kids have already gone back to school doesn't mean they all have the supplies they need. So Lake Oswego-based digital marketing firm Logical Position spent the whole summer preparing for that need by hosting a school supply drive for employees and community members.

The employees then stopped by the Blazers Boys & Girls Club earlier this month to deliver a wagon filled with roughly 100 pounds of school supplies — items like markers, rulers, paper, binders, backpacks and more.

"We were drawn to the Boys & Girls Clubs not only because they help vulnerable children in our community, but they also have centers where we have offices," says Adam Schwartz, Logical Position's Culture Operations Specialist. "So we were able to emulate this campaign in Las Vegas, Chicago, Austin, Charlotte and Denver — as well as in our Portland home base."

Mary's Woods to hold job fair Oct. 4

Mary's Woods will hold a job fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Oct. 4 in the auditorium in Provincial House, 17400 Holy Names Drive in Lake Oswego.

Recognized as one of the Best 100 Nonprofits to work for in Oregon by Oregon Business Magazine, Mary's Woods is hiring people for culinary, maintenance, caregiving, housekeeping, health care and nursing, and food and beverage positions. The fair is free and open to all.

Concordia launches pre-nursing program online

Addressing the national and regional nursing shortage, Concordia University-Portland will launch an online pre-nursing program in January 2019.

The program, provided in collaboration with Orbis Education, will allow students with at least 12 transferable college credits to earn an associate's degree entirely online. Graduates can then seek employment or continued education in any accelerated bachelor of science in nursing program.

To learn more, visit www.cu-portland.edu/prenursing.

Dayton named president of North Star Property Management

Kate Dayton has been named president of North Star Property Management. During her five-year tenure with the company, she has been a major factor in its nearly complete market capture of the high-end property management business in Portland. She will continue focusing on corporate partnerships with Nike, Intel, OHSU and other local companies while expanding ongoing real estate firm alliances.

North Star also handles property asset management for investors.

For more information, call 503-636-2232.

Networking

The Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce will hold a networking session on Friday, Sept. 28, from 8-9 a.m. at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G Ave. in Lake Oswego. This is the chamber's quarterly fundraiser and will benefit Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels.

The Chamber's networking session Oct. 5 will be held from 8-9 a.m. at Glance Optics and Eyewear, 220 A Ave., Suite 104, in Lake Oswego.

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