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Lane Community College
KLBR is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Bend, OR and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
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Young People Connect
We are Young People Connect, a non-profit formed by youth for youth. We are a group for young people ages 16-30 promoting mental health and overall wellness. YPC gatherings provide social support for youth to reduce self-stigma around mental illness and increase confidence and leadership among participants.
Sat. May 30th from noon-4pm at Troy field
(Across from Downtown Library)
Sponsored by Ziggy’s Party Supplies
• Ice Cream Trucks
• Ice Cream themed Bouncy House
• Face Painting & Glitter Tattoos
• Cotton Candy Machine
• Bubble Machine
• Dunk Tank
• Carnival Games
FREE ($5 donation appreciated)
• Our hope is to raise money to engage in monthly outings, increase our meetings and take part in a summer camping trip!
By: Anna Gianola on May 19, 2015
Hello, I am Hillary Kirk and I am the Resource Coordinator at the Redmond Proficiency Academy.
I wanted to let you know that RPA is hosting the second annual Community Resource Fair on January 14th, 2016, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the RPA West Campus.
There will be over 20 different community organizations represented at the resource fair. This will include: The Kids Center, Mosaic Medical and Kemple Clinic, who will be doing free dental screenings. There will also be free donated winter clothing items.
From 6:30 to 7:30 a free catered meal from Tate and Tate will be served.
All are welcome to attend.
My student resource team and I would be honored if you would help us spread the word about this amazing event by posting it on your website and announcing it publicly on your station.
We hope that every person who may benefit from attending the resource fair has the chance to hear about it, but we cannot do that with out your help!
Thank you so much. If you have any questions feel free to contact Hillary Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-633-0311.
Thank you for your time,
By: Hillary Kirk on January 4, 2016
I am the Library Director at the Southern Wasco County Library in Maupin Oregon. We have an event coming up that I thought you might be interested in and hopefully could help us promote in public service announcements.
On May 13th Kevin Locke will be coming to Maupin to do 3 performances, FREE to the public. We have scheduled a school assembly first thing in the morning at 9:30 am with the kids from South Wasco County School District and the Dufur School District. Then at 1:00 that afternoon in the library or possibly on the library lawn if the weather stays beautiful as it has been, Kevin will do about a 45 minute Native American Flute performance. In 2009 Kevin won the Album of the Year at the Native American Music Awards for his CD “Earth Gift”. He has released many CD’s over the years and will have a few available for anyone wanting to purchase one that afternoon. He will talk a little about the history of the indigenous North Plains Flute and play music. Then at 7:00 that night there will be a Community performance at the South Wasco High School Gym, featuring the Hoop of Life program, more flute music and storytelling. All performances are FREE admission. This event is sponsored by the Southern Wasco County Library and made possible by a Wasco County Cultural Trust Grant and ArtPlace America/Libraries of Eastern Oregon Grant. Thank you very much to Lynn Cowdry and the South Wasco County School District for helping us out with this and providing a place for Kevin to perform.
Kevin Locke is known throughout the world as a visionary hoop dancer, a preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, a traditional storyteller, a cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator. Kevin is Lakota (Hunkpapa Band of Lakota Sioux) and Anishinabe. Kevin draws from deep wellsprings of knowledge, distilled and refined over many generations until yielding a profound sense of the universality of the human spirit and its inclination toward harmony, balance, beauty, peace, and the sacred through movement and dance, sound and music. It is universal spirit that Kevin strives to convey through his stories, music, humor, dances and workshops. Kevin’s goal is “to raise awareness of the Oneness we share as human beings.” His belief in the Unity of human kind is expressed dramatically in the traditional Hoop Dance which illustrates “the roles and responsibilities that all human beings have within the hoops (or circles) of life.”
Touring for two decades, Kevin has performed and lectured in more nearly 80 countries, sharing his high vision of balance, joy and diversity. He has served as a cultural ambassador for the United States Information Service since 1980. I am very excited to be able to bring a performer of this caliber to our community! We are fortunate enough to catch him between Earth Day Celebrations in St. Louis and his six week residency in China.
If you have any questions please contact me at 541-395-2208 or email@example.com
By: Valerie Stephenson on April 29, 2016
The COCC Redmond Campus is holding an Open House this Friday from 11:00 - 2:00. Join us for your Passport to Education! Tour our Automotive, Veterinary Tech, and Welding programs. See course demos in Human Anatomy, Criminal Justice, and the Humanities. This event is free and open to the public. COCC Redmond is located at 2030 SE College Loop in Redmond. Call 541-504-2900 for information.
By: Tina Redd on May 16, 2016
Public Service Announcement
There’s a new game in town.
Holdem for Habitat.
That’s Texas Holdem…
All proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity..
A five dollar donation is all it takes..
The game is held at Jakes Diner every Monday at 6:30pm.. sign up starts at 6…
Everyone is welcome ….come join the fun …
it all goes to a great cause…
so come one come all…
Look for us on Facebook: Holdem for Habitat
Any questions please contact me or Habitat for Humanity.
270 SW Claypool St.
Prineville, Or 97754
By: Larry Wilson on October 17, 2018
Central Oregon Right to Life (CORTL) is proud to announce that Bend will initiate a Fall, "40 Days for Life" campaign starting on September 25 and ending on November 3rd. Volunteers to peacefully pray before the Bend Planned Parenthood Clinic can sign up at: https://centraloregonrighttolife.org. All levels of commitment are welcome, daily, weekly whatever your time commitment will allow. Call 541-639-8235.
By: Christine A Simone on June 6, 2019
Rogue Farm Corps is a non-profit that trains the next generation of farmers and ranchers and works to preserve Oregon's farmland. They will be hosting an evening at Spoken Moto in Bend July 17th 6-9pm with local beverages, yummy farm-fresh food cooked up by the talented on-site food carts, music by Honey Don’t, and some fun raffle prizes to take home. The event is free and open to the public, with a small suggested donation at the door, but no one turned away for lack of funds. Rogue Farm Corps staff will share about their work to train the next generation of farmers and protect Oregon’s farmland, and the event will celebrate Bend’s local community of high desert farmers. All funds raised will benefit Rogue Farm Corps.
By: Gia Matzinger on June 20, 2019
D'DAT - Diné Jazz Rap group performs at The Suttle Lodge along with Oregon Natives Byrson Cone and Amenta Abioto. Join us Thursday March 26, 2020 from 6 PM - 9 PM. Doors open 5 PM. Check out: thesuttlelodge.com for more information.
D'DAT is a national act who has been featured on FNX, TedX, Sirius XM, Yahoo.com, Mic.com and was given top 10 honorable mention from NPR Music.
By: Delbert Anderson on February 19, 2020
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