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Solar News

Oregon City Teddy Bear Parade

The Oregon City Teddy Bear Parade will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2015. This parade is designed to gather teddy bears and other stuffed animals to be donated to these organizations:
Community Human Services (formerly Services for Children & Families)
All local law enforcement agencies (local police departments)
Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office
Willamette Falls Hospital
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
Shiner’s Hospital
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
Clackamas Fire District #1
Fill-A-Stocking, Fill-A-Heart
The Children’s Center of Clackamas County

More information may be gathered by contacting Linda Kidd, KB7JUP, at (503) 320-3440 or text messaging Doug Loose at (503) 595-5379. Clackamas County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (CARES) is a co-sponsor of the event. All amateurs are encouraged to contact Linda to volunteer their time for communications support for this event.

2 comments to Oregon City Teddy Bear Parade

  • W0KCF

    The Teddy Bear parade is a fun couple of hours, even if you don’t want to be part of the Amateur Radio Team, it’s a good time watching it.

  • Debbie Fox

    The Teddy Bear Parade was a success. The bears have been donated to their respective agencies. When I have the definite number of bears collected, I will post them.

    The parade was without horses and mules due to the equine flu quarantine.

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