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For the second year in a row, SI Bend partnered with Harmony4Women in a successful fundraising concert. SI Bend (represented by President, Terri Swendsen, 2nd from right) and four other Bend area organizations received contributions from Harmony4Women.
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Soroptimist International of Bend held a candlelight vigil to draw attention to the plague of human trafficking on Monday, January 11, 2016, the National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness.
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A big 'thanks' to the SI Bend members who got together to create Christmas centerpieces for those in need. Family Kitchen was delighted with the 17 centerpieces we gave them to place on their tables. Meals and Wheels was very appreciative of 28 centerpieces we provided them to take to patrons in our community along with their meals.
Thank you to all of those who participated: Margaret Wyman, Margaret Thompson, Eloise Whitelaw, Kris Jennings, June Brown, Susie Fagen-Wirges,Marty Smolenski and Annie Barlow. It was a most enjoyable and creative time together. We will do it again next year, too and invite all to join us.
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We are excited to install Terri Swendsen as the new SI Bend president for 2015-2016. Terri joined SI Bend from the SI McMinneville Oregon club in 2014. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge, as well as, a passion for educating the community about human trafficking. We look forward to her leadership in the coming year.
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Harmony4Women presents contributions to Bend organizations from their November 2014 concert. Receiving organizations are (from left to right) Bella Acappella Harmony, Soroptimist of Bend, Harmony for Women, AAUW and Grandma's House.
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Fall marks the beginning of the 2014-2015 service year for Soroptimist International of Bend, Oregon. This year we proudly recognize 71 years of making a difference in the lives of women and girls in Central Oregon. While we remain committed to our strong tradition of service, there are many new and exciting things happening within our organization. We have a new meeting location, a new president and our membership is growing!
SI Bend 2014-2015 President, Judy McCleary, leads our first meeting of the year in our new location at the Des Chutes Historical Center.
We're extremely excited to welcome Marty Smolenski (R) as our first new member of 2014-2015. Marty recently retired to Bend and has already been hard at work as a Director on our Board, as well as, helping organize our Evergreen Sales fundraiser.
Kim Moller (R) pins' Marty Smolenski (L) during her installation.
We're also thrilled to welcome Terri Swendsen as a new member of SI Bend. Terri recently transferred from the McMinneville club after retiring to Bend. Terri has held numerous board and committee positions with SI McMinneville.
Because of her work with anti-sex trafficking, Terri has been selected to present the Imagine Life Without Violence District Committee Report at the District 2 Meeting in Bend, OR on Oct 17-19.
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Soroptimist of Bend delivered items collected from the Community Baby Shower to Therese Helton, Deschutes Health Services Community Development Coordinator. Thanks to the support of the Bend community over 800 items of clothing and baby care items were delivered to DHS to help meet the needs of the community over the coming year.
A special "THANK YOU" goes out to all who allowed us to put a collection bin at their location, as well as to all the nameless individuals who spent countless hours knitting, crocheting and quilting items to wrap around the babies in our community!