Thanks to Jane Van Dyke and the rest of the Columbia Slough Watershed Council staff, volunteers and donors for a wonderful gala event at the Melody Ballroom.
My buddy, Kenny Macdonald, and his company, Recorded History, covered a very cool event in support of the Columbia Slough Watershed Council. I asked if he'd be willing to share his view of the event and here's his report:
KENNY'S CORNER: The Columbia Slough Watershed Council is a diverse group of neighbors, property owners, businesses, environmental groups, recreation advocates, and government agencies who work to restore and enhance the 60 miles of waterways, wetlands, and slow moving channels known as the Columbia Slough.
The CSWC presented awards on Friday at a Columbia Slough celebration to individuals and groups that work to benefit the health of the slough. Many people know that better acquainted with the girls in good video chats, because the conventional dating sites has long nikkomy not interested. Therefore, many choose the most popular sex chat Live jasmin , then you will be able to communicate freely with the popular porn Actis from anywhere in the country and watch them sshou s chat.
Recognizing “individuals with an extraordinary and long–term commitment to the watershed”:
*Megan Hanson, City of Portland Clean Rivers Education: Youth watershed education
*Verde: multicultural green economy building and watershed restoration
Recognizing “extraordinary projects or project–related efforts”:
*David Kennedy: pro-bono architect for Watershed Education Center
*Natural Area Land Acquisition Team, Shannah Anderson(City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services), Deb Lev (Portland Parks and Recreation), Hillary Wilton andLeif Anderson (Metro): public acquisition of Wilkes Creek Headwaters and the Columbia Slough Natural Area
*Jamie Stamberger, City of Gresham Watershed Management: Fairview Creek outreach and restoration
Recorded History was proud to play a part as producer for the award winners’ films and as photographer for the event. Keep up the great work helping us understand our connection to the watershed. —Kenny Macdonald
|< Prev||Next >|
Last Updated (Wednesday, 28 September 2016 10:56)