'Take Out for History' supports Clackamas County museums
Leaders at historical sites across Clackamas County have teamed up with multiple restaurants to raise money.
Through the Clackamas County Heritage Council's "Take Out for History" program, customers at participating restaurants can generate funds for locations that share Oregon and Clackamas County's history. Many of the county's museums and other historical sites are temporarily closed to facilitate social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak, and a portion of each order will be donated to the Heritage Council during the event.
The fundraiser runs from Monday, May 11, through Sunday, May 17, and those who wish to participate should order from the restaurant of their choice in-person or via phone. Online orders will not count toward the fundraiser.
"Take Out for History" restaurants include;
• Carver Cafe, 16471 S.E. Highway 224, Damascus
• California Pizza Kitchen, 11840 S.E. 82nd Ave., Suite 3060, Happy Valley
• Elka Bee's, 12330 S.E. Sunnyside Road, Clackamas
• Wild Hare Saloon, 1656 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City
• Five Guys, locations at 17105 S.E. Sunnyside Road, Happy Valley; 15129 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukie, and 2050 Eighth Ave., West Linn.
Additionally, on Saturday, May 16, Sandy Panda Express, 37101 Highway 26, will also participate in the fundraiser.
Members of the Clackamas County Heritage Council include Baker Cabin, Clackamas County Family History Society, Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Dibble House, Lewis and Clark Trails Heritage Foundation, Mark Prairie Historical Society, Milwaukie Museum, Mt. Hood Museum & Cultural Center, Museum of the Oregon Territory, Oak Lodge History Detectives, Peggy Sigler, Philip Foster Farm on the Oregon Trail, Slow Poke Tours, Willamette Falls and Landings Heritage Area, Willamette Falls Heritage Foundation and the William L. Holmes House.
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