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Pam Wimmer from EPB&B helps serve dinner at the Goose Hollow Family Shelter of Portland Homeless Family Soloutions (PFHS), while Brennan and Dylan Baker helped to prepare and serve meals at the shelter during the holidays. The Goose Hollow Family Shelter is a night shelter for eight homeless families with children. Families are able to stay at the shelter for about 30-60 days where they receive sleeping space and the family stays together and is not seperated as in other shelters. Families also enjoy dinner and breakfast along with access to computers, telephones, showers and laundry facilities. Daytime support and meals are provided at the Thirteen Salmon Family Shelter. If you are a family looking for shelter, please call 211 and press option 1.
EPB&B and Berkley North Pacific Insurance have joined forces again to provide title sponsorship to the 7th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) Induction Ceremony and Concert on Saturday, October 5 at The Aladdin Theater in Portland. The event will honor 10 Oregonians who have significantly influenced the world of music and is held annually to benefit school music programs.
To be eligible for the Hall of Fame, an artist must have been born in Oregon, and have worked professionally in the music industry for at least 20 years – or have worked professionally in the music industry for 20 years after moving to Oregon.
Tony Starlight, whose intimate supper club is a Portland favorite, will once again conduct proceedings as Master of Ceremonies.
Musical performances will include Portland’s own Kingsmen, who this year celebrate the 50th anniversary of their worldwide hit, “Louie Louie,” the most recorded song in rock music history; Quarterflash, who had a platinum selling album that included the worldwide hit “Harden My Heart”; as well as Richmond Fontaine, one of this year’s inductees.
Congratulations to our friends at Rogue Creamery in Central Point for being awarded the SBA Director's Impact Award by Gov. John Kitzhaber during the SBA Small Business Week Luncheon at the Portland Art Museum.
Every spring, the SBA recognizes small businesses across the country during Small Business Week. About 98% of the employers in Oregon are small business owners, and these awards were created to recognize the hard work, commitment and perseverance of those owners.
Rogue Creamery has been named one of the Top 100 Best Green Companies in Oregon for the fourth consecutive year. Since co-owners David Gremmels and Cary Bryant took over in 2002, Rogue Creamery has been dedicated to sustainability in cheesemaking, fully participating in the 3 Rs: reducing waste, reusing whey and using recycled content in packaging.