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Celebrating Rural Oregon Collaborative Online Auction Benefits Communities Staying Connected with Community Website Partnership
(Oregon- statewide)- June 1-10, 2023 Community Website Partnership’s 8 community websites benefit over 325,000 rural Oregonians...
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The annual Cranberry Festival is a 3-day event on the second weekend in September.Our Event Venue: Old Town, the Port of Bandon...
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Bandon Cares is developed collaboratively by the Community Website Partnership and a dedicated team of local volunteers as an online community building tool and resource to create awareness, connect, and engage local residents.
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To the many indigenous tribes of Oregon who we recognize and respect as traditional stewards of this land, we express gratitude and appreciation for the opportunity to grow, learn, work, and strengthen and build community here. We respectfully acknowledge and honor all Indigenous communities throughout time and into the future and are grateful for their vibrant presence.
We extend our respect to the Indigeonous community. Additionally, we acknowledge all other tribes who have traditional connections to these lands, and displaced Indigenous Peoples who reside in Oregon.