100 Strong in Beaverton was launched November 2014. This growing movement is made up of civic-minded, engaged and motivated gals looking to lift each other up and make a positive difference in our personal and professional lives. Humor, inspiration, motivation and a spirit of giving – We welcome all to join us and learn what we are about!
February 28th’s exercise – We were asked to write down on an index card our personal answer to this question. We did this and then took turns in smaller groups guessing who’s sage advice was whose.
“If you could go back in time to meet yourself at 20 years of age, with everything you have learned and experienced to date, what advice would you give yourself?” Check out the wisdom in the room this morning!
Past Programs & Beneficiaries –
November 2014: Speaker: Melanie Dressel, CEO, Columbia Community Bank Beneficiary: Oregon Health Science Knight Cancer Challenge
February 2015: Speaker: Paula Hayes, CEO and Founder, Hue Noir Beneficiary: Girls, Inc.
May 2015: Speaker: Amy Roloff, TLC’s Little People Big World Beneficiary: THPRD/Champions Too
August 2015: Speaker: Mary Monnat, President/CEO, LifeWorks NW Beneficiary: Chelsea Hicks Foundation
November 2015: Speaker: Lani E. Faith, Bridge Meadows Beneficiary: Project Homeless Connect
February 2016: Speaker: Ann Schatz, Sports Broadcaster Beneficiary: ADAPT Training
May 2016: Speaker: Aneela Fazal, Nike, Artist Beneficiary: Teens Finding Hope
September 2016: Speakers: Dianne Danowski Smith, Mary Grimes, Holly Thompson Beneficiary: Breast Friends
November 2016: Speaker: Maureen Wheeler, BSD Public Communications Officer Beneficiary: The Edwards Center
February 2017: Speaker: Anne Weaver, CEO Elephant’s Catering & Deli: Community Action Rental Housing Assistance Fund
May 2017: Speaker: Elena Uhing, Forest Grove City Councilor & Habitat for Humanity West Development Director Beneficiary: Rebuilding Together
Next up: May 31st, 2017 – Speaker: Elena Uhing, Forest Grove City Councilor, Westside Habitat for Humanity Community Outreach Manager, Rebuilding Together
7:30 – Registration & Connecting
8:00 – Program
9:00 – Farewell
Held at the Stockpot Broiler, 8200 SW Scholls Ferry Rd, Beaverton
Breakfasts are $21 and payable through advanced registration. Checks and credit cards for the $100 contributions are taken directly that morning by the beneficiary.
If you would like to submit a 501C-3 for consideration, please email the leadership team.
The 2016 – 2017 Purse Drive Project for Project Homeless Connect was a smashing success. We crushed our goal of 500 with over 1200 purses, backpacks and duffel bags. The amount of tooth paste, brushes, combs, shampoo, wipes, tampons and pads, lotions, rain ponchos, scarves, gloves and more was almost overwhelming.
Thank you to all who worked on the project and donated so generously! See you next year :).