Leadership Beaverton 2016 - Beaverton Awareness Day

March 25th, 2016

Leadership Beaverton 2016 Class Project Announced – Beaverton Awareness Day



The Class of 2016 is launching Beaverton Awareness Day May 14

#GiveBackBeaverton    #BeavertonAwarenessDay

Beaverton, OR, – The 2016 Leadership Beaverton Class is proud to announce “Beaverton Awareness
Day” Saturday, May 14th, 2016 from 10:00am to 1:00pm directly in front of the Beaverton City Library.
Beaverton Awareness Day is an event that encourages our community to learn about and find ways to
engage with Beaverton’s non-profits & volunteer opportunities. Through many conversations and
partnerships with local organizations, the most dominant need is “engagement, awareness and
participation” to truly make a bigger impact on the needs of our community. Our goal is to create an
annual event, where over 50 Non-Profits and community organizations can share their story and needs
with people in the community that are looking for ways to get involved. We have reached out to over 200
groups in the area and are seeing an incredible response of groups wanting to be involved. (more…)


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Firefighters from Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue rely on information from an emergency communications system (911) to answer the community’s calls for help.

Whether it’s a cardiac arrest, house fire, car crash or other emergency, vital details about the location and circumstances of a situation are relayed by dispatchers through a network, which includes transmission towers and radios.

Firefighters rely on this same system to communicate with each other once they’re on a scene. Read full article.



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