Posts Tagged ‘Vision’

Flora Boutique


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Flora emerged as a timeless gift boutique on SW Alder Street several years ago. Just a few months ago we moved into a space in the Pittock Block twice the size of our old one! Now that we are settled in, we would love for you to visit us in our beautiful new space located in Portland’s up and coming West End.

Sample our house made apothecary products, enjoy a taste of our fabulous teas, sip champagne, and peruse the shop.
Bring a card to enter into a chance to win a $25 gift certificate
We will be available to answer questions and share information

We welcome your friends and colleagues as well. We hope to see you soon! Please join Flora this Thursday April 29th, 2010, 5-7 PM (located at 917 SW Washington St, 503-227-0586).

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Workshop tonight, Monday April 26, 6:30pm-9:00pm, Southeast, Central Catholic High School, 2401 SE Stark St. For additional workshops coming up located in the different areas of Portland (Northeast, North, Central City, East, and Southwest), Click Here.

Words from Mayor Sam Adams:

“Dear Friends:

Phase Two of the Portland Plan workshops starts tonight, Monday, April 26th, and I encourage you to attend a neighborhood workshop. All workshops will follow a similar format to the first round, but this time you’ll have a chance to discuss a specific topic in greater depth. Participants will also discuss how we can plan in all areas for the benefit of all Portlanders. You can read more about the topics, also called Action Areas, here.

As Mayor, I am committed to addressing the significant challenges we face as a community – only 61% of our high school students graduate on time, 10.7% of Portlanders are unemployed, nearly 70% of our electricity is produced by burning fossil fuels – and the Portland Plan sets a framework for how this city will overcome these and other challenges over the next 25 years.

Your knowledge of issues and experience in Portland is an invaluable asset when it comes to making decisions about this city’s future. I hope that you will consider contributing to the conversation and helping us refine the collective goals that we are developing to realize a thriving and sustainable city for all Portlanders. Please see the workshop schedule below.

Oh, and just for fun…

We will be welcoming the community with live music, refreshments and door prizes, including donations from local businesses like Grand Central Baking, Pastini Pastaria, New Seasons Market and Meat Cheese Bread. In fact, you can enter to win in our social media contest by RSVPing to the events on Facebook and Twitter.

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I look forward to seeing you out in the community”.

Best regards,

Sam Adams

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