Over 55 & Worried About Money?
Use What You Know & Have to Secure Your Future!
A Half Day Free Event
12:30-3:30, Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Pioneer Community Center
615 5th St., Oregon City
12:30– 1 Registration. Introduction, Welcome
1:00-1:30 Use What You Know—Increase Your Income Through Self Employment Turn Your Experience and Know-how Into a Solo Business
Jackie B Peterson - expert in Encore Self Employment
1:30-2:00 Use the Equity in Your Home—Strategic Use of Your Asset
Understand the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage; Consider an ADU
Rachel Hemmingson NMLS# 1502324/1169 - Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Specialist w/ Nextview Mortgage (OR State disclosures on back)
2:00-2:30 Use Your Home to Provide Income & Share Costs
Rent Space, Share Housing—How to Make it Work for YOU
Anne Andler & Michele Fiasca of Let’s Share Housing
2:30-3:00 Questions & Answers - a panel with Jackie, Rachel, Anne & Michele
3:00-3:30 Next Steps. One-on-one conversations, appointment setting, other
Seating is limited — Please call Pioneer Community Center at 503-657-8287 to RSVP.
Snacks will be provided.
A reverse mortgage is a loan that must be re-paid. Borrower retains title and the loan is due and payable when the last borrower no longer lives in the home as their primary residence.
One Borrower must be 62; Borrowers must pay taxes, insurance and maintain the home. Failing to pay these amounts may cause the reverse mortgage loan to become due immediately and may subject the property to a tax lien or to possible foreclosure.
The lender may charge an origination fee, mortgage insurance premium, closing costs and servicing fees, if applicable; all or any of which may be added to the loan balance.
The loan balance grows over time and interest is charged on the outstanding balance. Interest on a reverse mortgage is not deductible from the person’s income tax return until the borrower repays all or part of the reverse mortgage loan. Not tax advice, please consult your tax professional.
When the loan is due and payable, some or all of the equity in the property with the reverse mortgage no longer belongs to borrowers, who may need to sell the home. Family members may refinance or otherwise repay the loan, with interest, from other sources.
These materials are not from HUD or FHA and this document was not approved by the Department or Government Agency.
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Adventist Health and Portland Pickles are hosting a Pregame Kids Health Fair on July 15 at Portland Pickles game at Walker Stadium.
Because health and wellness are lifelong behaviors that are best achieved as a team effort.
The Pregame Health Fair will include fun activities and exercises for kids and families, including:
Gates at Walker Stadium will open for the Fair at 3pm, with first pitch at 5:05pm.
It is also Faith and Family Night at the ballpark, and Kids Eat Free on Sundays presented by Adventist Health Portland! A ticket to the Pickles game is required to attend the fair. Tickets range from $7 on the berm, to $10 in the pavilion and $13 in the field box seats.
SunnyCity Kids Fair - An afternoon of FREE family fun at Portland Adventist Academy
Sunday, July 1
1- 3:30 pm.: Family Fair
Bouncy house, face painting, fire engine and ambulance tours, fossil museum,
music school, games, giveaways, health screenings and more!
3:45 p.m.: Fire juggling presentation
4 p.m.: Lawn concert
Free concert by international concert rock violinist Aaron Meyer
Haus Of Style Image Consulting earns BBB Accreditation
Haus Of Style Image Consulting is Committed to Promoting Trust in the Marketplace
Portland OR — May 4th, 2018 Haus Of Style Image Consulting is proud to announce its recent Better Business Bureau Accreditation. As a BBB Accredited Business, Haus Of Style is dedicated to BBB’s Standards for Trust, a comprehensive set of best practices for how businesses should treat the public in a fair and honest manner.
Haus Of Style Image Consulting applied to become a BBB Accredited Business because for more than 100 years, BBB has helped people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. More than 90 percent of consumers recognize the BBB logo. Displaying the BBB Dynamic Seal shows the community that Haus Of Style is a business that upholds ethical business standards.
“We wanted to become BBB Accredited to build trust in our community with our customers and fellow business owners,” said Andrew Castilleja. “We are proud & extremely honored to have met the BBB’s Standards for Trust and look forward to displaying the BBB Seal to show that we are committed to promoting trust in the marketplace.”
Every four seconds, someone researches a business with BBB. Consumers can find Haus Of Style Image Consulting’s business profile by clicking HERE to view the company's letter grade, reviews, request a quote and other information. The new BBB App also lets iPhone and Android users see Haus Of Style’s reputation, or call the company right from the app!
Andrew Castilleja, CIC, CCC
Founder, President, CEO, Certified Image & Color Consultant
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On April 27th from 9am until 5 pm Debra’s Custom Machine Quilting & Gifts. Will be having a Quilty Keychain discount day.
Bring in any keychain you have received from us and get 20% off your entire store purchase.
Store is located at 11939 SE Stark Street.
Debra’s Custom Machine Quilting & Gifts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 23, 2018
PORTLAND, ORE. — The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) will host its second annual Juice breakfast on March 1 at the Portland Art Museum. The annual benefit is an opportunity for members of the business and arts communities to come together and celebrate the people and partnerships fueling the arts in our region.
This year RACC is honoring several artists and business leaders who impact art and culture throughout Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties. The honorees have made creative contributions to our urban landscapes, formed meaningful and innovative partnerships, engaged with local communities, inspired kids to think differently about art and science and opened dialogue through many means, including performance.
This year’s award-winners are:
Using the Power of Space and Place
New Expressive Works and WYSE Real Estate Advisors
Out of the Ordinary
Kevin Cavenaugh, Guerilla Development Co.
YWCA/Fred Meyer and Imago Theater
Elevating Voices / Changing the Conversation
August Wilson Red Door Project and Portland Police Bureau
Join us at Juice to learn more about these change-makers and risk-takers enriching our community. Juice 2018 is presented by RACC and sponsored by Portland General Electric. Buy your tickets here: https://racc.ejoinme.org/Juice2018
The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) provides grants for artists, nonprofit organizations and schools in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington Counties; manages an internationally acclaimed public art program; raises money and awareness for the arts through Work for Art; convenes forums, networking events and other community gatherings; provides workshops and other forms of technical assistance for artists; oversees a program to integrate arts and culture into the standard curriculum in public schools through The Right Brain Initiative. RACC values a diversity of artistic and cultural experiences and is working to build a community in which everyone can participate in culture, creativity and the arts. For more information visit racc.org.
This press release can be found online at http://bit.ly/2n3IehQ.
Business Partnership Manager
Regional Arts & Culture Council
411 NW Park, Suite 101, Portland, OR 97209
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Join us at JUICE on Thursday, March 1
Thank you for your interest in recruiting Mt. Hood Community College students, alumni and community members. We are happy to announce all of the 2018 Winter and Spring career fair dates and registrations. (see below) All of the 2018 Winter and Spring Career Fairs are for companies with internships and/or employment opportunities for students, alumni and community members.
All Career Fair Registration Links
Winter Career Fair
Thursday, February 8, 2018
10:00am – 2:00pm
MHCC Student Union
Lower South End of the Academic Center
Mt. Hood Community College
26000 SE Stark St, Gresham, OR 97030
Historic Parkrose Career Fair
Thursday, March 22, 2018
11:00am – 3:00pm
MHCC Maywood Park Campus
10100 NE Prescott, Portland, OR 97220
*Historic Parkrose designated companies are free and this service area boundaries are—from NE 99th to NE 122nd, along Sandy Blvd. If you are unsure if you qualify, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for confirmation.
Booth fees for the Winter and Historic Parkrose Career fairs are only $50 for-profit and $25 for non-profit/government* and includes:
Spring Career Fairs
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 &
Thursday, April 19, 2018 (STEM Focus)
Booth fees for the Spring Career Fairs are only $100 for-profit and $50 for non-profit/government* and includes:
If companies are interested, we also offer sponsorship that will get you a guaranteed booth at all four of the career fairs scheduled for winter and spring. If you are interested in sponsoring, please review this LINK for more information or email Jennifer.Edwards@mhcc.edu.
If you are interested in recruiting at Mt. Hood Community College outside of the career fairs, please contact Jennifer.Edwards@mhcc.edu for more information about other opportunities.
Thank you again for your support of Mt. Hood Community College and I look forward to working with you soon.
Student Career Development Coordinator
Career Planning and Counseling Center
“If you built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” – Henry David Thoreau
PORTLAND, Oregon – Adventist Health Portland and OHSU today announced a final agreement to integrate their clinical activities and services in the Portland metropolitan area through an affiliation that becomes effective Jan. 1, 2018.
This agreement makes OHSU and Adventist Health Portland part of the same Portland metropolitan Health System, bringing Adventist’s health care enterprise that includes a 302-bed medical center, 34 medical clinics and home care and hospice services in the Portland-Vancouver metro area.
“Our affiliation brings together the strength of a respected community hospital system in the metro Portland area with that of the only academic health center in Oregon,” said OHSU President Joe Robertson, M.D., M.B.A. “The focus Adventist Health Portland has put on quality care and preventive medicine in its community is especially well-regarded and complementary to OHSU’s mission.”
Under this affiliation, OHSU and Adventist Health Portland will share a bottom line and operate as a unified system. The affiliation applies to OHSU’s Portland-area clinical services and activities, and Adventist Health Portland, which includes Adventist Health Portland Medical Center and its affiliated clinics, centers and services. The agreement does not include OHSU’s research and education missions, nonmetro clinical activities and services, and the other 19 Adventist Health hospitals in the western United States. Each organization will retain its existing hospital licenses, capital assets and employees.
“We look forward to joining the OHSU family and expanding our focus on impacting lives with high-value, quality whole-person care,” said Joyce Newmyer, president of Adventist Health Pacific Northwest Region. “We are confident this affiliation will have a positive impact on patients throughout the state.”
A board of managers comprising representatives from each organization will be created to oversee the system. David Russell, president of Adventist Health Portland, will report to Mitch Wasden, Ed.D., executive vice president and chief executive officer of OHSU Healthcare as well as to Newmyer. Adventist Health Portland chief medical officers will report to Russell and John Hunter, M.D.,F.A.C.S., Chief Clinical Officer, OHSU.
Each entity will continue to maintain their individual mission and culture but will together transform access and the delivery of health to Oregonians through a unified clinical enterprise and shared brand experience.
“We are excited to provide an integrated delivery system that will improve access, create better outcomes and control costs by coordinating care for patients across a spectrum of their health needs,” said Wasden.
OHSU is the only academic health center in Oregon and is nationally distinguished as a research university dedicated solely to advancing health sciences. This singular purpose allows us to focus on discoveries that prevent and cure disease, on education that prepares physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals for the evolving health care environment, and on patient care that incorporates the latest advances. Based in Portland, we are one of Oregon’s largest employers, operate the top-ranked adult and children’s hospitals in the state, and secure competitive research funding of more than $400 million. As a public organization, we also provide services for the most vulnerable Oregonians and outreach to improve health in communities across the state.
About Adventist Health:
Adventist Health—Portland is a faith-based, not-for-profit health care network consisting of a 302-bed medical center, 34 medical clinics and home care and hospice services in the Portland/Vancouver metro area. Adventist Medical Center Portland is ranked in the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide for patient safety.
We are part of Adventist Health, a faith-based, nonprofit integrated health system serving more than 75 communities on the West Coast and Hawaii. Our compassionate and talented team of 33,300 includes more than 24,600 employees; 5,000 medical staff physicians; and 3,700 volunteers working together in pursuit of one mission: living God’s love by inspiring health, wholeness and hope. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist heritage and values, Adventist Health provides care in 19 hospitals, more than 280 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 13 home care agencies, seven hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers. Together, its team is inspired to transform the health experience of our communities, with its unique focus on physical, mental, spiritual and social healing. For more information, visit www.adventisthealth.org.
OHSU: Tamara Hargens-Bradley
Adventist: Judy Leach
To my fellow East Portland Chamber Members:
You know that I’ve been working on the Upper Garden project and particularly the Aerial Treewalk at Leach Garden for seven years. I do this in the spirit of Lilla and John Leach who created their gardens and home and gave them to the residents of Portland. They wanted to ensure that new generations of visitors would delight in discovering the plant world in a magical place of beauty and respite.
The Garden opened to the public 34 years ago in East Portland. But the Leach estate was limited in its ability to welcome large numbers of visitors. With the future in mine, land has been acquired in anticipation of this project. Now we are ready to meet today’s challenge--We need your help to build the Aerial Treewalk, a unique feature in the region where anyone can become truly immersed in nature and the outdoors, safely and accessibly.
So I am writing to ask that you join me—however you can—to make this dream project a reality. We have just launched a crowdfunding campaign to give everyone in our community a chance to make this happen for all of us—Portlanders and visitors, young and old, newly-arrived or longtime residents. The new facilities and gardens at Leach will insure that it continues to be a place like no other.
Will you do two things on behalf of the Garden? Will you click on the link to the crowdfunding page and make a contribution? Leach Garden Friends has successfully raised over $ 1 million toward this project. We are confident we will break ground and build the Treewalk and new gardens midyear in 2018.
Secondly—and maybe most important—will you forward this email to your circle of friends and family and encourage them to take a look at the crowdfunding link? Even if they don’t know about Leach, I think they will be intrigued because of the unique story of the Leaches and the character of this unexpected gem in the urban landscape.
That’s where you can make a difference—every dollar or dime you give to the crowdfund will help us achieve the new vision for Leach.
Join me today by visiting https://www.oregonskitchentable.org/leach-treewalk to donate. Click on the “Fund this Project” on the bottom or right hand side of the page to give.
Again, just as importantly, please share and post on Facebook, email or wherever you find an interested ear to help spread the word! This crowdfund is our chance to transform a one-of-a-kind garden retreat into a more accessible and enchanting community resource for all of us.
6704 SE 122nd Ave
Portland, OR 97236
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