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Reward Yourself! Reward DMA!

From jam to jammies, Fred Meyer offers you one-stop shopping …. AND a way to help DMA serve your community. With each purchase, you earn points and DMA receives a percentage from Fred Meyer.  PDC matches all contributions DMA receives in sponsorships and donations one-to-one up to $30,000 per year.  Thus, you can double your […]

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DMA Bids Fond Farewell to Sue Spencer

Only one DMA person loves Tater Tots more than Kem Marks, and that is Susan Spencer, DMA’s secretary.  Kem will need to find a new person to eat tots with, because Sue is leaving the Board of Directors, DMA announces, sadly. Sue has served on the Board of Directors for over two years and was […]

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Rain dampens Festival but not spirits

By Ann Ereline   Despite the heavy rain, the Festival of Nations beamed with smiling faces, said Lorelei Young, the volunteer chairwoman of the event. “Cha Cha the Clown kept the youth, and the young at heart in high spirits.” The event on that rainy and a bit chilly Saturday, Sept. 17, celebrated the diversity […]

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Members Needed for DMA Board

In the classic Agatha Christie story Ten Little Indians, a group of people at a party are murdered one by one.  Nothing nefarious like murder has happened to them, but several members of the DMA Board of Directors have needed to resign.  DMA started the  year with seven members, and now we have four with […]

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Town hall will focus on Fixing Our Streets

Make your voice heard at the Fixing Our Streets’ Town Hall and Open House on Oct. 5. The event, hosted by Commissioner Steve Novick and the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT),  will run 6 to 8 p.m. in the South Cafeteria at David Douglas High School, 1001 SE 135th Ave. Funding for the projects was […]

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