Author Archives: Tim Foelker

In need of a last-minute tax deduction? Consider the Santa Clara Community Foundation.

We’d like to inform the neighborhood and community that the Foundation have officially received IRS confirmation of nonprofit status. You can view the IRS letter here. If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution for tax year 2021 you … Continue reading

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Emergency Preparedness Meeting – Jan. 4, 2022

Hello neighbors,Everyone is invited to attend the next monthly neighborhood Emergency Preparedness Meeting on Tuesday January 4th, 2022 @ 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Our past meetings were recorded and can be viewed here -> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChyvm3RpwB4uRgsc4u2b6jQ. Power Outage Survival and PreparationTuesday January … Continue reading

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Help Fund the Foundation, Donate Now for 2021!

Act now! Support Santa Clara community projects! The Santa Clara Community Foundation is now accepting financial gifts to fund community-focused projects in the neighborhood, like the “Old Schoolhouse” renovation. The Foundation is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to helping Santa Clara … Continue reading

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RR/SC/Bethel Emergency Preparedness Meeting Dec 7

Hello Neighbors,  Everyone is invited to attend our next monthly Emergency Preparedness Meeting on Tuesday, December 7th, 2021 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Presentation:EWEB will provide advice on storing water for emergencies, winter storm preparation, and other emergency preparedness tips. … Continue reading

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Virtual Emergency Exercise—Ready NW Eugene Emergency Preparedness

Ready NW Eugene Emergency Preparedness will do a virtual walk-through of an emergency  where a chemical spill takes place at the railyards.  Under the scenario the wind will push the chemicals into River Road and Santa Clara.  Bethel neighbors will … Continue reading

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