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Postings for March 09, 2013 Full Month View
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  All Day 2013 Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show   The Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show is Central Oregon’s only big outdoor adventure show, featuring the most extensive resources on fishing and boating, shooting sports, hunting, camping and much more. Grab the latest gear. Browse boats, campers and tent trailers. Discover top-notch camping and backpacking equipment, optics, outdoor clothing and vacation packages. Plus, enjoy fabulous features such as the exciting annual Head and Horns Competition, the much-loved Kids’ Trout Pond, Warm Water Demo Tank, and the popular Camp Cooking Demonstrations. www.thesportshows.com
 
  All Day Deadline to Apply as a LTCO volunteer   Applications now being accepted to volunteer as a volunteer certified long-term care ombudsman. Volunteers attend a five-day training in the Bend area beginning April 9 and learn how to advocate, educate, and investigate to protect the rights and dignity of those in long-term care. Volunteers solve issues with a common-sense approach and resolve issues in the best interest of the resident. volunteers should be available weekday hours, be over 21 and can pass a background check. Check out more on our website at www.oregon.gov/ltco or call Gretchen Jordan at 800-522-2602
 
  7:00PM 9:00PM Fundraiser to Benefit Grandma's House   Contact Information: Penny Nickel 541-410-6027 pdelucia@cocc.edu Angel Haynie 541-383-9343 ahaynie@cocc.edu Press Release Fundraiser Event to Benefit Grandma’s House of Central Oregon Bend, Oregon March 9th: Project Diaper Doodie is the collaborative efforts of five COCC students who will be holding a fundraiser event in an attempt to raise $3000 to help Grandma’s House of Central Oregon pay for their monthly utility bills for the next 6 months, as they just recently had a grant expire that was assisting them with their utilities. • Where: Broken Top Bottle Shop • When: March 9th 7 pm – 9 pm • Entertainment provided by: Broken Down Guitars, who won last band standing for 2012 • Raffle tickets will be sold for $1 each for your chance to win lots of exciting items that have been donated through many generous local businesses. • Come and Enjoy a 10 Barrel IPA on draft and have proceeds benefit Grandma’s House Why Grandma’s House of Central Oregon: Grandma's House of Central Oregon is the only home in the state, east of the Cascades providing a safe home for pregnant teens. Grandma's House helps these young women focus on the health and wellness of their children as well as promoting a healthy and positive lifestyle for themselves. The young women are required to pursue their high school diplomas or GED equivalent. Grandma’s House also supplies these young women with childbirth education, as well as parenting skills, and life skills. What we love about Grandma's House is that they are offering these young women a hand up and not a hand out. They like to think of themselves as a transitional home for the young women as they prepare them to go out into the world and provide for themselves and their young families. Grandma's House is equipping these young women with all the skills necessary to become successful mothers and productive citizens within our community.
 
  7:30PM 12:00AM Oklahoma! Musical   Oklahoma! A musical presented by Mountain View High School students. Oscar winning Rogers & Hammerstein play set in early 20th century Oklahoma; two young cowboys vie with evil ranch hand and a traveling peddler for the hearts of the women they love. Show dates March 7-9 and 14-16. Doors open 6:45P.M. Show starts 7:30P.M. $6.00 for children up to 6, MVHS students and seniors over 60; $8.00 adults 18-59 and other students 6-18. Contact 541-383-6360
 
  7:30PM 12:00AM Oklahoma! Musical   Oklahoma! A musical presented by Mountain View High School students. Oscar winning Rogers & Hammerstein play set in early 20th century Oklahoma; two young cowboys vie with evil ranch hand and a traveling peddler for the hearts of the women they love. Show dates March 7-9 and 14-16. Doors open 6:45P.M. Show starts 7:30P.M. $6.00 for children up to 6, MVHS students and seniors over 60; $8.00 adults 18-59 and other students 6-18. Contact 541-383-6360
 
  4:00PM 9:00PM Tumalo School Boots & Bling Auction   Tumalo Schoolrn19835 Second St.rnBend, OR 97701 rnFree AdmissionrnRegistration not necessaryrnrnBest l'il auction in town: Over 300 silent auction items, exciting live auction, mechanical bull rides, 16 themed baskets for raffle, Bling Ring Heads & Tails game for chance to win lots of restaurant gift certificates, dinner available for purchase, FREE admission, childcare and coffee.rn
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