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Heritage Oak Is Backdrop For Alona Opening

Categories: Email Newsletter, Housing, Emergency Assistance, District Council, Environment, Jobs, Stores
Date: Thursday, August 25 2016
A sign of comfortable affordable living in Junction City.

Against the backdrop of the heritage oak that inspired its name, Alona Place was officially opened Aug. 24, bringing to Junction City it's first new affordable housing in decades. The much-anticipated 40-unit complex was fully leased, save for a couple of units set aside for grand opening tours.

“Tacky The Penguin” Sticks In Many Ways

Date: Thursday, August 18 2016
Tacky the Penguin put stars in the eyes of St. Vinnie's kids

Kids' Club volunteer Madeline Blumm put stars in the eyes of St. Vinnie's kids when she proposed a summertime theatre project for Santa Clara Place,

Wanted: Your Old Ukulele. Here’s why.

Categories: Email Newsletter, Housing
Date: Thursday, August 18 2016
Here's a prime example of what we need.

So you weren't the Tiny Tim of a new generation? How about donating that unused ukulele to a kid? Here's why:

St. Vinnie’s Goes To Salem

Date: Wednesday, August 17 2016

St. Vinnie’s is open at 445 Lan­caster Drive NE in Salem. The Grand Opening will run from through Sunday, Aug. 21 and includes great sales with 50 percent off cloth­ing and books, drawings and prizes.

Your Assignment: Help Kids Get School Supplies

Categories: Email Newsletter, Events, Housing, Emergency Assistance, Stores, Volunteers
Date: Wednesday, August 3 2016

For low-income families struggling to pay for rent, utilities, food and other basics, securing school supplies can be a daunting challenge. That’s why the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, in partnership with the Oregon Community Credit Union (OCCU), conducts an annual drive that distributes new school supplies and backpacks to hundreds of local kids. 

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