Kids from St. Vinnie’s affordable housing arrived at the Eugene Pro Rodeo grounds a little green, a wrangler might say, but by the time they left they appreciated many aspects of the all-American sport, including how hard a horse has to work to dash around three barrels.
A vacated house of worship would become a home for unhoused youth under a proposal evolving at St. Vincent de Paul. The site at 3350 South Willamette was put on the market after its congregation relocated services to the Wi-Fi Music Hall in downtown Eugene. Here’s local news coverage.
Oakridge Mobile Park Makeover Makes The News
Categories: Author: Date: Wednesday, June 22 2016
The many months of hard work invested in St. Vincent de Paul's Oakridge Trailer Park is getting noticed. Here's an article from the Portland Tribune.
Donal Royer has had better luck with an artist’s paintbrush and poet’s pen than he ever did building a life after his Vietnam-era service. Now 63, Donal served from 1971-1975 aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany, which as of 2006 rests off the Florida coast as the world’s largest artificial reef.