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And the Knope of the Week Goes To. . . . .
Matt Bailin, a recent Willamette graduate. Matt has completed a detailed analysis of the ELGL member survey. He will be presenting his findings and graphs on the blog, and will write a brief post that we’ll link to Facebook, Twitter, Linked, etc. to point people to findings. His worked has identified those steps necessary to continue the momentum of ELGL in a sustainable, long-term fashion. If any public or private sector companies are looking for survey analysis, we HIGHLY recommend Matt’s services.
Previous Knope of the Week Recipients
- Megan Messmer, PSU MPA student, City of Banks intern, City of Dayton intern
- Zoe Monahan, Sherwood assistant planner
- Rosalynn Greene, Clackamas County sustainability analyst and Karen Pearson, Clackamas County human resources program coordinator
- Kathy Mollusky, West Linn city recorder
- Jordan Wheeler, Lake Oswego assistant to the city manager
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Martin Luther King Jr. once said “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?'” In honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 16, check out the following opportunities to get dirty, have fun and help out. The best part is, all of these events are free, and registration is easy. Follow the links below for more information.
How might the upcoming Oregon legislative session impact you? Find out at Rep. Margaret Doherty’s Town Hall on Jan. 25 from 7 to 8 p.m at Tigard City Hall .
A simple step can prevent three pounds of paper from going into a landfill.
At 17, I wrote a speech titled, “When You Come to the End of Your Days, Will You Be Able to Write Your Own Epitaph?” It reflected the approach to life I adopted after my mother’s untimely death fromcancer at age 49. I chose to live each day as if it could be my last — but with a watchful eye on the future in case it wasn’t.