Kool Moe Doe – “I Go To Work”
Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown Highlights Joint ELGL and OAMR Forum
- Oregon Association of Municipal Recorders (OAMR) is co-sponsoring the forum.
- The forum will take place at the West Linn Public Library beginning at 11:45 a.m.
- Sec. Brown’s presentation will begin promptly at 12:00 p.m.
- She will discuss elections, public records management, and other issues of interest.
- Thank you to West Linn City Recorder Kathy Mollusky for organizing the event.
Have you contributed your input on the future of ELGL? If not, please do so on the ELGL member survey at:
Winter Coat Drive – Eight Classrooms in Need of a Donor
Community Action Head Start of Washington County is a non-profit organization serving the low-income population by providing early childhood education and resources to children ages six weeks to five years of age and their families.
They have eight classrooms that have not been adopted (for a total of about 140 children.) They would like to provide new jackets for these children. Please let your friends and colleagues know about this opportunity to give back.
Upcoming Deadline: PSU’s Graduate Certificate in Public Management — Non-Profit Executive Cohort program
This program will consist of seven graduate level courses, culminating in an academic Graduate Certificate of Public Management. Delivered over 14 weekends — consisting of sessions on Friday evening and all-day Saturday — the program is tailored for full-time, working professionals who seek to upgrade and hone their management and leadership skills to better prepare themselves and their organizations amidst a rapidly changing and challenging world.
More about the program, the admissions process, and the courses that make up the Certificate can be found at http://www.inpm.pdx.edu/inpm-certificates.
Does Your Organization Need a Life Balance Speaker?
Scott Marcus has a potential engagement on April 24 in the Portland area. He is also locked in on two engagements: May 15 and May 19 and would love to maximize his time while in the Portland area.
His style has been described as “a cross between business 101, group therapy, and a southern revival.” To see a short video showing his style and read some testimonials, please go here http://www.scottqmarcus.com/clients.html. Contact him directly for details.
Thank you to Amber Mathiesen, City of Cornelius for passing along this opportunity.
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