Looking to buy a classic or collectible car? Or do you have a masterpiece car of your own that you are looking to cash out on? Either way, Petersen Collector Car Auctions is the place you want to go. Whether you’re buying, consigning, or just dreaming about what you would look like in a one-of-a-kind roadster, don’t miss Petersen Collector Cars Auction, September 20th at the Oregon State Fairgrounds! Doors open 9:30am and it’s only $5 and great for the family! Buying or selling, you can be sure of one thing, Petersen Collector Cars will ensure a hassle-free transactional experience. With over 30 years of experience in the classic and collectible car business, there really is no better place to go!
From 12 pm to 7 pm on September 26th, the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) and other local Indian organizations will be hostingan “American Indian Day Celebration” at the Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland. The event will be a celebration of American Indian cultures and is intended to raise the level of awareness concerning the challenges that American Indian people face in this country. Click here for more information.
Several cast members from NBC’s hit show Grimm (filmed in and around Portland) will be
appearing at Race for the Rescues—Portland, hosted by Columbia Humane Society. The event is on Sunday, September 28th at the Portland International Raceway. It features a timed and competitive 5K and 10K, both of which are dog friendly. For participants looking for a shorter race there will be a 1K Dog Walk and a 1K Kids Run.
Race for the Rescues is a race series that was founded in 2005 in Los Angeles by The Rescue Train. Since then the race has spread to other cities in Southern California but has always remained under control of The Rescue Train. Portland is the first city outside of Southern California to be hosting a series event. It also marks the first
time the event has been coordinated by another group.
With nearly 20,000 Northwest kids in foster care, it’s difficult for foster families and agencies to meet the needs of every child. To help, Sleep Country USA is collecting new winter coats for local foster kids of all ages. But they need your help! Bring your gift of a new, warm coat to any Sleep Country location, and it will be given to a foster child in need. Or donate online at SleepCountryFosterKids.org. Sleep Country knows, not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child.
Saturday, October 4th at the Aladdin Theater! Tickets: $25/advanced, $30/door
Available at: Ticketfly.com & the Aladdin Theater box office
Performances by Nu Shooz, Norman Sylvester and friends in a special tribute to Janice Scroggins plus a special appearance from Dr. Demento!
Join the AFSP Saturday, October 4th at 10:00 am at the World Trade Center (121 SW Salmon Street, Portland, OR) for the Out of the Darkness Walk. When you walk in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Walks, you join efforts with thousands of people nationwide to raise money for AFSP’s vital research and education programs to prevent suicide and save lives. The walks raise awareness about depression and suicide, and provide comfort and assistance to those who have lost someone to suicide. To register for the walk or to donate, click here.
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As a Direct Support Professional (DSP), you'll be responsible for training and assisting individuals served and supported in various aspects of activities of daily living, while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and agency policies and procedures. This position is also responsible for the health , safety and emotional support of the individuals being served. This position actively supports people to choose and achieve the highest quality of life. Click here to apply: www.bethesdalutherancommunities.org