I know nothing about religion and scored 14/15. What's this awakening business?
And what were the two questions by which she determined you're going to hell?
Our organization is the Mental Health Association of Portland, and we're somewhat neutral / skeptical on the issue of mental health treatment. What we've asked for is that people with mental illness not be routinely killed by Portland police officers.
Care for the fiscal responsibility of a nonprofit organization begins and ends with the board of directors. For OHS it's http://www.ohs.org/about-ohs/board-members…
Our state is strapped for cash for GOVERNMENT programs - much less private organizations which have failed to take their own business interests seriously.
According to the OHS 2008 990s they have $17 million dollars in the bank, and were $200,000 under revenue, its former executive earned just about $200,000 (including a membership at the Arlington Club), and they spent about $400,000 on marketing in a market crash year. Guess what? OHS received over $1.5 million in government grants in 2008.
Wearisomely they've hired a political fixer instead of a fundraiser. No no no. These folks need a serious tactical overhaul and a public fiscal plan starting with major gifts from its board of directors prior to any public support.
Nada Surf - Whose Authority
I'm with Khris on this one. This really may be the biggest cultural development for Oregon since the Dave's coffee cart in front of the art museum opened (no worries kids, Dave got a real job about ten years later, about 1989).
I spent pretty much all of 1977 and 1978 in the basement of the Central Branch scrolling through microfilm and successful evading academic professionalization but limited by visiting hours. With this terrific interface (well terrific by today's standards) will alter scholarship for the next generation.
Oh man - there are 339 articles on Coe's Morningside Hospital. See ya.
I'm scrupulous about recycling plastic bags and take them all to the local grocery bin. Is this any better or just a drop in the ocean?
The oyster stew is best in town. Not enough private clubs left in Portland, most pooped out in the early 70s. Good story if a Merc intern can crash the UC, Town Club, Arlington, Estacada VFW, etc. in one evening, laugh at the grownups, compare Tom Collins, bartender's sense of humor as he throws you out or somesuch.
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