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Calendar of Events

30th Anniversary 
Birthday Celebration events
 
 
Below are events associated with the 30th Anniversary of Neighborhood Associations Birthday Celebration. 
 
 
Saturday, June 19, 2004
12 Noon - 2 PM
City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave., Front steps courtyard
 
30th Birthday Party with cake cutting and participation by Mayor Vera Katz and other officials and residents involved in Neighborhood Associations during the 30 year history of Portland's recognition of Neighborhood Asscoiations.  This is an official Rose Festival Association sanctioned event.
 
To get involved or for more information contact: Bonny McKnight,  (503) 253-6848 or bonnymck@teleport.com
 
 
Saturday, June 12, 2004
10 AM
Memorial Coliseum to Downtown Portland
 
Join volunteers from Neighborhood Associations across Portland in building a community float to represent the 30th Anniversary of Neighborhood Associations in the 2004 Portland Rose Festival, Southwest Airlines Grand Floral Parade. 
 
To get involved or for more information contact: Scott Vala, (503) 663-4030 or sjvala@earthlink.net
 
More information coming soon.
 
Sunday, May 30, 2004
 
Join thousands of Portland residents in setting a world record for most simultaneous Block Parties.   The goal of this venture is to activate and support neighbors to host at least one block party in each of the 95 neighborhoods in Portland on Sunday, May 30, 2004. 
 
For more information contact:
Tineke, Project Coordinator
503-869-8532
 
Jenny Leis, Project Support
503-235-8946, x3
 

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