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BROTHERS RUN DINNER
Grant County Fairgrounds Pavilion | 541-620-1822
Raising money for local scholarships in the name of Tanner Gilliam and AJ Dickens.
Dinner Details to come.
04/06/2017 - 04/08/2017
SPRING ROUND UP
GRANT COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS PAVILION | 941-355-3531 | E-MAIL
This is our Spring Community-wide outreach event that has two primary goals. First, I am praying that 15 people will be added to the Kingdom of God during this weekend. I would like you all to join me in this prayer! We had at least one new Brother in the Lord join us from our Community Thanksgiving service and this is designed to bring us in contact with many more who are just outside the walls of our churchesť and share the Good News of Jesus with them! There can be no higher goal than this!
GRANT COUNTY GENEALOGY SOCIETY WORKSHOP
MT. VERNON GRANGE HALL | 541-932-4718
Pam Vestal will lead the workshop. She is a professional genealogist from West Linn, Oregon. She offer the following:
Genealogy for Beginners and Beyond; Voting Records: Genealogy's Best Kept Secret; Beyond Names and Dates; Filling in the Stories of Our Female Ancestors; Tips and tricks: Finding What You Need and Making the most of What You Need.
Registration: 8:30 am
Seminar: 9:00 am Registration includes lunch
Pre-registration $35.......At the door $40.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION DINNER AND AUCTION
Grant County Fairgrounds Pavilion | 541-575-1333
You are cordially invited to the John Day banquet on Saturday, April
22nd, 2017 at 4:00PM for a social evening of fun and great food, all for
the benefit of elk country! Please plan to attend!
It is the do-not-miss social event of the year with a chance to win top
notch firearms, outdoor gear, and exclusive home furnishings! Best of all,
you will have a great time while supporting a cause thatâ€™s close to the
hearts of hunters, their families and the future of the great outdoors.
The Mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is simple; to ensure
the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage.
The Foundation is committed to conserving, restoring and enhancing
natural habitats; promoting the sound management of wild, free-ranging
elk; fostering cooperation among federal, state, tribal, and private
organizations; and educating members, kids of all ages and the public
about habitat conservation.
Through 2016, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its partners have
completed 851 individual projects in Oregon, for a combined value of
more than $56.3 million for habitat preservation and improvement. We
protected and enhanced 792,740 acres, and secured public access to
67,187 acres. Funds raised at our Big Game Banquets, of which 26 are
held in Oregon annually, help support and raise the necessary funds for
habitat work to support elk country and wildlife. Projects are supported
by state and federal agencies, private landowners, and other cooperating
Please join us! You may make your reservations by returning the enclosed
order form ASAP, may also register online at
https://events.rmef.org/!N4P, or by calling Jim Boethin at (541) 575-1333.
Tickets are limited, so donâ€™t wait and reserve yours today!
We look forward to seeing you there!