Now that the holidays are over, the Family Focus Forum is quickly approaching!
It will be hosted on January 28th, 8:30am – 2:45pm at Oregon City High School. Registration is now open for anybody who is interested in attending! You can follow this link to register and to see a complete description of the event: www.FamilyFocusForum.org
This should be an amazing event for parents to learn about information and tools to help navigate through many different roles and transitions! Childcare, breakfast and lunch included! Looking forward to seeing you there!
Come celebrate with us and learn more about the ways we are helping to grow healthy & drug-free opportunities for our youth. Your support makes a difference, and it’s our turn to appreciate you!
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We are so grateful for the many kinds of support we continue to receive:
• Subscribe & share our newsletter,
• Help plan community events,
• Give a one-time donation,
• Become a coalition member,
• Or be a champion for Oregon City Together in the community.
We hope you’ll bring a guest and join us for some inspiration, good food, good people, and a chance to win fun prizes!
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Tuesday December 6, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
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Join Oregon City Together to watch the one-time screening of an amazing and powerful documentary, Generation Found. Focusing around youth addiction and recovery, Generation Found tells the moving story about a community coming together to revolutionize youth addiction recovery and drug prevention in their hometown.
Date: Monday, October 24th
Location: Regal Hilltop Theater in Oregon City
Oregon City Together has purchased your ticket for you! If you would like to attend this viewing for free, please contact Kayla Vodka, Coalition Coordinator, at email@example.com to reserve tickets in your name. We will also be raffling off fun prizes and have some giveaways!
You are also welcome to go online to buy tickets if you would prefer. You can visit https://gathr.us/screening/reserve/17870 to do so.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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