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On April 26, the FISH Food Bank invites the community to join in a celebration of 50 years of service to Hood River County and Mosier.
The magic number was 83,250 in the annual Hood River Valley High School The second magic number as 16,511 — the number of cans collected by students in math teacher Troy Tactay’s class. The group won the home room honors for 2018 by a large margin (see list below).
This year’s goal is 110,000 cans and non-perishable food items, to be collected through mid-December. The community should expect to see students collecting food and money at special events, in front of grocery stores, and in other acts of community outreach.
VetsWork, a program of the Mt. Adams Institute, is bringing back the national career training program for military veterans to both the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Columbia River Gorge National Fish Hatchery Complex.
FISH Food Bank held its annual Fall Harvest Celebration and Volunteer Appreciation Potluck at its FISH & Spirit of Grace garden in Hood River on Saturday. All community members and garden volunteers were welcome and asked to bring a dish to share if they were able.
For the past three years, I have traveled the length of the Columbia to document the riverscapes and the tribes and First Nations feelings about the river and hopes for a new treaty that will honor their requests to restore the health of the river and salmon runs back to Canada. Many people have asked how they can get involved.
FISH Food Bank will host a Farm to Table Brunch on Saturday, July 28 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Mt. View Orchards, located in Parkdale. A no-host bar will be available.