Matt Templeman

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Name: Matt Templeman
Date registered: July 1, 2013

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  1. Chambers Gives Historical Donation to UO — November 22, 2013
  2. Veterans to Receive Honorary Diplomas — November 6, 2013
  3. Rotarians Honor Duck Race Contributors — November 5, 2013
  4. Duck Fans Raising Money for Medical Care — November 4, 2013
  5. Hole Putting Green at Bandon Dunes — October 18, 2013

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  2. Country Music Festival Brings Changes — 1 comment

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Duck Race Supports Relief Nursery

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — When high school graduates walk this year there will be some that have overcome tremendous challenges to get where they are, it will also be their second graduation. The graduates are also part of the Family Relief Nursery in Cottage Grove. It’s one of six nonprofits helping prevent child abuse and … Continue reading »

Duck Race Helps Jasper Mountain

EUGENE, Ore. — The 26th annual Great Rotary Duck Race is October 12. In 25 years, the event has raised more than $5 million for Lane County nonprofit organizations. This year’s 6 recipients are all helping prevent child abuse. A builder starts with a foundation, adds framework, support, and windows; much like work done inside … Continue reading »

Blackburn Fire Threatens Homes

THE DALLES, Ore. — Strong winds are fanning the flames in the Columbia Gorge. The Blackburn Fire is part of the Government Flat Complex that has been burning since last Friday, ten miles southwest of The Dalles. Because of that, fire bosses are ordering more evacuations and warning dozens of residents to be ready to … Continue reading »

Country Music Festival Brings Changes

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — As they say, “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it,” folks at the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival think differently. The festival certainly isn’t broken. But for them, that’s not good enough, so there will be changes this year. The festival is a five-day event and three days of music, but planning … Continue reading »

Country Music Festival Brings Business

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — Some of country music’s top entertainers will be in Brownsville for the 6th Annual Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival. Three days of music begin on Friday, but the economic impact the festival brings to Linn County, Brownsville and beyond will be felt year round. With a population of just 1,800, the quiet … Continue reading »

Fundraiser Helps Pay for Mammograms

EUGENE, Ore. — The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is still a couple of months out, but a fundraiser for it is just days away. On Thursday, Liz and Reilly from 94.5 Mix FM will host their second annual PinkNic on the Patio from 6 to 9 p.m. at Sweet Cheeks Winery. For … Continue reading »

Willamette Country Music Fest Sets Up

BROWNSVILLE, Ore. — One of Oregon’s smaller cities is about to grow up, practically overnight. Brownsville is getting ready to welcome 15,000 guests to Linn County and 13 special guests for the 6th annual Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival. On Friday, trucks began rolling into the 1,000-acre field delivering the stage and scaffolding. From booking … Continue reading »

CASA Fundraiser Supports Children

EUGENE, Ore. – The Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children will host a fundraiser Wednesday to help fight child abuse and neglect. Party Downtown and Red Wagon Creamery will donate 25 percent of sales to CASA as part of their Taste of Summer fundraising campaign. CASA advocates speak for a child in the courtroom, representing … Continue reading »

Great Rotary Duck Race Underway

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s one of the most competitive races and one of the most beneficial for Lane County children. The countdown has officially begun to the Great Rotary Duck Race. A couple hundred Rotary Club members met at the Valley River Inn for the kickoff event, Tuesday. Money raised will benefit six local agencies, … Continue reading »

Eugene Emeralds Welcome Guest Mascot

EUGENE, Ore. — There’s not just one fun opportunity for Eugene Emeralds baseball fans, but two! Sluggo has a special guest at PK Park this weekend. His name is Reggy. What’s different about him from other mascots is that he talks. He actually spends most of his time on the East Coast, but he’s been … Continue reading »

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