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Domestic Violence Clinic slates benefit dinner
The Domestic Violence Clinic will host a fundraiser dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday at Three Square Restaurant, 2835 Oak St., Eugene.
Tickets cost $15, which includes appetizers, beer and wine. Full dinner and bar menus available on a cash basis.
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The Girl Scouts of Western Rivers Council will hold a meeting for individuals interested in scouting from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday April 18at 1577 Pearl St.
Summer resident camp, day camps, troop meetings and other activities will be discussed.
For more information, call 485-5911.
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The economics of Oregon's water law is the topic of this month's Third Thursday event of the League of Women Voters of Lane County.
The meeting will look at the law, which was enacted in the 19th century and permanently grants the first owner of a water rights allocation first rights for available water, even in cases where there is a need for more beneficial use of that water.
The speaker is Ernie Niemi, an economist with ECONorthwest. The Thursday event is open to the public. It begins at 11:45 a.m. with an optional lunch buffet for $10. The formal program follows at 12:15 p.m.
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For reservations, which are not required, and more information, call 343-7917.
Forum to discuss schools' policies on discrimination
The Gay Straight Alliance will hold a forum from 5:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday at the Q Center, 1309 Lincoln St., to discuss the harassment and discrimination policies at Eugene, Bethel and Springfield school districts. The forum is free and open to the public.
County to honor workers for helpful advice
Six Lane County employees will be recognized for their cost-efficient advice during the commissioners' meeting at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday in the Public Serving Building, 125 E. Eighth Ave., Eugene.
The S.A.V.E. Awards - Suggestions Are Valuable to Employees - will go to:
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Jerry Hibler, of the public works bridge crew, who constructed a scaffold system to work on the lead abatement bridge program. The old system had to be rented, officials said.
Terri White, of the sheriff's office, who submitted medical expenses to the Law Enforcement Medical Liability Account for injuries incurred by inmates while in the custody of deputies. The cost was previously paid by the county.
Robert Hickok and Patrick Utter, of the sheriff's office, for their proposals to increase jail capacity by closing the third floor and opening up the dorms and intake. Officials said the move saves staff time and frees up 23 more beds
Kaufman Senior Center plans Alzheimer's series
A 10-week series on living with Alzheimer's disease Alzheimer's disease (ăls`hī'mərz, ôls–), degenerative disease of nerve cells in the cerebral cortex that leads to atrophy of the brain and senile dementia. will begin Thursday and run through June 22 at the Kaufman Senior Center.
"Living With Memory Loss" is for people who have memory loss and their caretakers. The series is free and will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the senior center, 996 Jefferson St.
The classes are sponsored by Cascade Adult Center, the Alzheimer's Association and New Horizons In-Home Care. To register, call the Cascade Adult Center at 726-4484.
Applicants sought for commission on families
Lane County is seeking applicants for the Commission on Children and Families.
The commission promotes wellness for Lane County children and families. Applications are available in the Board of County Commissioners' Office, Public Service Building, 125 E. Eighth Ave., Eugene. The term is two years. The deadline to apply is May 8.
For more information, call 682-4671.
County health council needs volunteers
The Lane County Board of Commissioners seeks applicants for the Community Health Council.
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The term is three years, and the deadline to apply is May 12. Applications are available in the Board of Commissioners' Office, Public Service Building, 125 E. Eighth Ave., Eugene.
For more information, call 682-3797.
Harrisburg is finalist for All-America City Award The All-America City Award is given by the National Civic League annually to ten cities in the United States.
The award is the oldest community recognition program in the nation and recognizes communities whose citizens work together to identify and tackle community-wide
HARRISBURG - This city of 3,275 residents is a finalist for the 2006 All-America City Awards.
Harrisburg joins 33 other finalists for the honor. Sherwood, with a population of 14,540, is the only other Oregon finalist. Both will make presentations to an All-America City Jury in Anaheim, Calif., on June 10 and 11. The National Civic Leagues gives the award to 10 cities each year.
The city's application focused on the breadth of organizations working to improve the community, City Administrator Bruce Cleeton said.
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