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March 04, 2014 09:54 AM PST
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Forum LogoThe Washington County Public Affairs Forum features new PCC President Dr. Jeremy Brown and his presentation“The Future of PCC -- the Future of Higher Education” March 3rd, 2014 Noon program.

 

 Dr. Jeremy Brown, PCC President Dr. Jeremy Brown took the reins of Portland Community College on July 1, 2013, becoming its sixth president since the college’s launch in 1961. He replaced Dr. Preston Pulliams, who retired June 30 after serving as president since 2004.

Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at thePeppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.


February 25, 2014 11:16 AM PST
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Washington County Public Affairs Forum features Washington County Auditor John Hutzler

February 18, 2014 11:18 AM PST
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Forum LogoRachael Holley, Jaime Rodriguez discuss Hillsboro Empowers Youth,a drug and alcohol free coalition to Washington County Public Affairs Forum, February 17th, 2014 (free Noon program)Rachael Holley, Hillsboro Empowers Youth Board Member The mission of this organization is to bring schools, families and communities together with support and resources to promote safe, healthy and drug-free lifestyles for Hillsboro School District youth.

Learn more about The Hillsboro Empowers Youth Coalition at this meeting and by visiting www.HEYTogether.org
The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.

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Founded in 1956, the Washington County Public Affairs Forum provides a common meeting place for the interchange of ideas and to stimulate thinking on civic matters. Each week the Washington County Public Affairs Forum brings together community leaders, members and guests who care about what happens in Washington County, the metro region and the state of Oregon. Speakers from government, business, science, the arts and education address the Washington County Public Affairs Forum. Members have the opportunity to question speakers - sometimes the most interesting part of the program. 

The Washington County Public Affairs Forum is a neutral arena for the education of members and the public. It endorses no particular point of view and takes no responsibility for the opinions expressed by speakers, which are not necessarily the opinions of the Washington County Public Affairs Forum, its members or its Board of Directors.

February 11, 2014 07:52 PM PST
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Forum LogoFire Chief Mike Duyck delivers ‘State of the District Address’ to Washington County Public Affairs Forum, February 10th, 2014

 

 


On Monday, Chief Michael Duyck of Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue will address the Washington County Public Affairs Forum. He will provide an update to members about the last year of emergency response in Washington County. He will also highlight ways the Fire District is working to reduce risk in the community and employing response strategies to contend with rising call volume, traffic congestion and population growth. Finally, the Chief will provide an overview of the replacement levy that voters will consider next May.

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue provides fire protection and emergency medical services to approximately 450,000 citizens from a network of 21 fire stations. The District’s 210-square-mile service area includes the cities of Beaverton, Durham, King City, Rivergrove, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, West Linn, and Wilsonville, and unincorporated portions of Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington County.

Citizens served by TVF&R benefit from the services of a large metropolitan fire department, while paying one of the lowest fire-protection tax rates in the region.TVF&R receives almost its entire funding from property taxes. This funding comes through a permanent tax rate and temporary funding sources such as a local option levy and general obligation bond.

Learn more about TVFR at this meeting and by visiting www.TVFR.com 
The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.

February 04, 2014 02:12 PM PST
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The Washington County Public Affairs Forum features features Kevin Howard from Tualatin Valley Community Television Tualatin Valley Community Television at February 3rd, 2014 Noon program.
Kevin D. Howard has over 12 years of professional television/film production experience as a director, editor, producer and more than 6 years teaching experience in the field. With a B.A. degree in Film & Media Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara, Kevin worked for several years for 20th Century Fox, in Hollywood, CA, on both film and television productions, such as “Malcolm in the Middle”, “The X Show”, and collaborated in productions for the History Channel.

Currently Kevin heads-up the public production department at Tualatin Valley Community Television (TVCTV) and is also a Technical Director at Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB). He was also recently hired to begin teaching Broadcast Production classes at Portland Community College.

Born in New York, and raised in Southern California, Kevin is bilingual in English and Spanish, and in his spare time he enjoys windsurfing, international travel and watching great films.

The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.

January 28, 2014 04:47 PM PST
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Forum LogoThe Washington County Public Affairs Forum features Washington County District Attorney Bob Hermann January 27th, 2014 Noon program. DA Hermann  D.A. Bob Hermann  DA Logo

Bob Hermann is the Washington County District Attorney. He has been a prosecutor for Washington County, Oregon since 1975 and from 1982 to 1998 he served as the Chief Deputy District Attorney. He has been the District Attorney since January, 1999 and is currently serving his 4th term of office. During his years as a prosecutor he has prosecuted hundreds of cases and has specialized in both adult and child sexual assault cases, physical child abuse cases, arson and fraud cases, and presently, murder and aggravated murder cases. He has prosecuted over two dozen murder or aggravated murder cases.

As District Attorney, Mr. Hermann represents his office and the County in a variety of capacities and roles for various organizations.

He has also been a Board Member for Washington County Rape Victim Advocates, Board Member and president of the Women's Shelter, Board Member and volunteer for Make a Wish Foundation of Oregon, Board Member and president of the Washington County Bar Association, and Board Member and president of the Oregon District Attorneys Association. He has spoken and lectured for numerous organizations and conferences, schools and Citizens' Academies, including his role as a speaker/instructor in Sakhalin, Russia, helping in their implementation of the criminal jury trial process.
Mr. Hermann grew up in SW Portland. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Rhetoric from Willamette University in 1971 and his Juris Doctor from Willamette College of Law in 1974.


Link to the Washington County District Attorney's Office Web Site

The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.

January 21, 2014 02:46 PM PST
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The Washington County Public Affairs Forum features Cindy Dauer and the Westside Cultural Alliance January 20th, 2014 Noon program. Cindy Dauer  Cindy Dauer  WCA Logo About the Alliance:

The Westside Cultural Alliance unifies the leadership of arts, culture, and heritage organizations and serves as a collective voice to strengthen the livability and vitality of Washington County.
Arts Alliance:
 Formation of a formal countywide arts-business-community alliance.
Funding: Increase private and public funding for arts and culture.
Visibility: Increase media and publicity for arts and culture in Washington County.
Awareness: Raise public awareness and build a unified message for the arts and for cultural opportunities.
Networking: Build supportive and effective relationships between business, education, government and community.
Arts in Education: Advocate for an expanded arts curriculum in local schools.
Facilities: Increase access to and number of facilities within the county.

http://www.westsideculturalalliance.org

The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.

January 13, 2014 11:53 PM PST
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The Washington County Public Affairs Forum features Doug Hoy, Aloha Community Library Association President, and Eva Calcagno, Director Washington County Cooperative Library Services who will share the happenings of the newest Washington County library and the matters before the Cooperative at the January 13th, 2014 free Noon program.

 

Eva Calcagno, Director Washington County Cooperative Library Services

Eva Calcagno's Bio: Eva Calcagno, Director of Washington County Cooperative Library Services, has worked for Washington County for 23 years including 16 as Director. She has a Master’s Degree from the University of Washington and lives in southwest Portland. The Washington County Cooperative Library Services partners with libraries across the county to provide free public library service for all county residents.


 

Doug Hoy’s Bio: Douglas Hoy, an Aloha/Beaverton resident since 1983, is an Electrical Engineer and Technology Manager with over 30 years experience in the high tech industry. His specialty has been developing integrated circuits for the electronic test and measurement, high speed telecommunications and automated test industry. He is currently retired, but involved in several entrepreneurial activities. His focus and expertise is leadership development and mentoring, project and program management, team building, and business operations planning.
Doug is a founding board member of the Aloha Community Library Association and has been in the position of Board President since November, 2011. He also enjoys working in and for the community as a volunteer for other community organizations. He is currently serving as Administration Elder for Cooper Mt. Presbyterian Fellowship where he has been active for 18 years as an Elder and church leader. He also serves as the Men’s Ministry Leader for that congregation which involves coordination and leadership development activities. Married to Cheryl, they have 3 adult children.

 


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17683 SW Farmington Rd Suite E., Aloha, OR 97007 Google Map 
(503) 746-6918 E-mail Aloha Library
Web Site: http://alohalibrary.org/ 

 

The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.

January 08, 2014 11:43 AM PST
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Forum LogoThe Washington County Public Affairs Forum features Northwest Independent Writers Association writers Adam Copeland, Tonya Macalino and Mike Chinakos to the January 6th, 2014 Noon program, free to the public.

NIWA serves writers looking to achieve professional standards in independent writing, publishing, and marketing. NIWA was founded on February 5, 2011 in Vancouver, Washington, the brainchild of independent authors Mike Chinakos and Adam Copeland. Seeking to network resources and work through the challenges unique to independent publishing, they united a far-flung membership under a banner of creativity, collective problem-solving, and a commitment to professionalism. 
NIWA was created to support indie authors aspiring to professional success. With so many indie titles published every day, the biggest hurdle to success as an indie author is gaining recognition for the quality of our work.
The members of NIWA recognize this need. Together they have developed NIWA's Seal of Quality (NSQ) to establish a standard of quality for independently published writing that is on par with that of traditional publishing.

 Tonya Macalino, NIWA Northwest Independent Writers Association<br />   Mike Chinakos, NIWA<br />  Adam Copeland, Northwest Independent Writers Association<br />

NIWA Public Contact Info: Northwest Independent Writers Association web site


Google Forum: https://www.facebook.com/NIWA.Writers

December 19, 2013 10:31 AM PST
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The Washington County Public Affairs Forum features Brad Avakian, Commissioner at Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) at December 16th 2013 Noon program. Brad Avakian, BOLI Commissioner  Brad Avakian, BOLI Commissioner

Link to Brad Avakian's Bio

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The Washington County Public Affairs Forum meets from 11:45 am to 1 pm at the Peppermill Restaurant, located at 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR. Please note the new location.


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