Category Archives: Diversity

Get an ‘Everyone Welcome’ Lawn Sign

The holidays are a wonderful and heartwarming time of year to reconnect to what truly matters – love, togetherness, friends, family, community and giving. In the true spirit of the holidays, the Santa Clara Community Organization is giving away ‘Everyone … Continue reading

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SCCO Social Justice Committee would like your feedback

One of the goals of the Social Justice Committee is to educate members of our community about the various impacts of social injustice by using dialogue, discourse, agreement and disagreement in constructive capacities that further relationships and prosperity for all … Continue reading

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2022 City of Eugene Survey

The fifth and hopefully final survey for a while…… From the City of Eugene: While we receive public comments and input on many projects and priorities, it has been over a decade since we’ve conducted a comprehensive community survey. We … Continue reading

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SCCO Survey – How can we help you?

The Santa Clara Community Organization is asking you to take 10 minutes to fill out a survey about our neighborhood. Please tell us about the quality of life in Santa Clara and what can make it better. You will help … Continue reading

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Please support School District 4J Racial Harassment Policy

Dear Neighbor, Eugene 4J School Board is meeting Wednesday evening, Feb 16, and it appears that the proposed 4-J district-wide policy on Racial Harassment and Bullying is likely to come up for a vote at this meeting. Why it matters: … Continue reading

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