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HERMISTON — The 13th annual Hermiston Education Foundation fun run/walk will collect school supplies for local students.

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MISSION — An assistant professor of printmaking at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland is participating as an artist-in-residence at Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts.

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PENDLETON — A basic introductory class on learning how chocolate is made into a ganache and then into truffles is offered in Pendleton.

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PENDLETON — Steve Yates, CEO of DC International Advisory, and a frequent Fox News commentator, is the special speaker at the Oregon Republican Party Dinner.

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PENDLETON — Caryn Appler of the Energy Trust of Oregon will discuss the outlook for current and future programs during the 3rd Tuesday Climate Conversation.

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PENDLETON — An evening of games, prizes, a photo booth and a chance to see the latest from Pendleton Wood Crafters are all featured during an upcoming Ladies Night event in Pendleton.

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PENDLETON — Breakfast is available this weekend at the White Eagle Grange Hall. In addition to a hearty meal, people can go upstairs to view the Rocky Ridge Quilt Show.

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HERMISTON — The public is invited to shop for bargains while providing support to Eastern Oregon Mission programs and outreach.

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MISSION — A community walk to assist in healing in the loss of loved ones and to bring awareness for suicide prevention is being held in Mission.

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HERMISTON — With watermelons plentiful and in season, the city of Hermiston and the Hermiston Downtown District are gearing up to host the inaugural Melon Fest.

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PENDLETON — The Pendleton Friends of the Library want to get the word out that their annual book sale will be held a month early.

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ECHO — Echo’s recently retired city administrator is taking on a project to update the Fort Henrietta Days Cookbook.

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HERMISTON — It’s been 50 years since turning the tassel and members of the Hermiston High School class of 1969 are gearing up for their reunion.

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PENDLETON — A support group for adults impacted by grief will be presented at Cason's Place Children and Family Grief Recovery Center.

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HERMISTON — The Department of Human Services Child Welfare program is roping in another fundraiser to help support its foster parent and child fund. Money raised will be used for Cabin Fever f…

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Recent artwork by Central Middle School and McLoughlin High School students is featured as part of the Milton-Freewater Harvest Festival.

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PILOT ROCK — The Pilot Rock Police Department and the Pilot Rock Education & Community Foundation are teaming up to revive National Night Out activities.

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HERMISTON — Multiple generations of the Lindley family have been participating in the Hermiston National Night Out treasure hunt for a dozen years.

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PENDLETON — Humans and their four-legged friends are invited to participate in the Mutt Strut Fun Run/Walk.

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PENDLETON — An exhibit that is built from the concept of self-reflection, Michael Wartgow’s work uses aspects of personal history to try and create moments of pause and self-awareness.

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BOARDMAN — People are invited to walk, jog or run — and then enjoy some regional craft beers during an event to benefit Made to Thrive.

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HEPPNER — The Morrow County School District will begin the 2019-20 school year Monday, Aug. 26. Registration for specific schools are:

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PENDLETON — Before heading to Pilot Rock for their community-wide yard sale (Saturday and Sunday), people are invited to stop by for breakfast at the White Eagle Grange Hall.

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PENDLETON — The ALS Association of Oregon & SW Washington is hosting a town hall meeting.