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October 10, 2012

◊ Welcomes, Wins and Walks

Filed under: General — Mark @ 6:34 pm
Welcome to our new Deputy Director ~ Barbara Bernstein

We are delighted to announce that Barbara Bernstein, has joined the Elders in Action staff as Deputy Director.She brings over twenty years of experience in program development, implementation and fundraising. Barbara graduated from University of Oregon with her BA in History and has completed additional coursework in Women’s Studies and Public Administration and Policy. She moved to Portland from Tucson in 2006 to be closer to her Oregon family. She lives in a little yellow house with her husband, Richard, her Australian Shepherd, Mr. Freckles, and three cats who like to go for dog walks in the neighborhood.

 

Elders in Action Named One of the Top 100 Best Non-Profits in Oregon
Oregon Business magazine has named Elders in Action the 17th best small non-profit in Oregon. Nearly 5,000 employees at 169 nonprofits throughout the state participated in the project. Nonprofits are an important sector in Oregon that employs more than 150,000 employees.

Join Elders in Action for a Walktober event at the Japanese Garden on October 23rd
Elders in Action in partnership with the  Willamette Pedestrian Coalition (WPC) will be participating in Walktober a 3 week event to promote walking as a fun, healthy, ubiquitous activity in the Portland metro region. Everyone is a pedestrian at some point in the day, whether it is by walking, rolling, or strolling.  Our Walktober event will be at the Japanese Garden on October 23, 2012 at 11am.   For more details and to register for this walk please emailMark  or call 503-235-5474.
 
Proclaimed the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan, the Portland Japanese Garden is a 5.5-acre haven of tranquil beauty nestled in the scenic west hills of Portland, Oregon.  What better place to take a walk especially with the autumn foliage just kicking in.  It should be beautiful!  The walk will start out guided by volunteers from Elders in Action who are also guides at the Garden. The walk will occur rain or shine (of course, this is Oregon after all).  For more details click here.

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