As a non-profit organization, The American Lung Association has as one of its missions to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
One in every fifteen homes are subjected to high levels of radon exposure. And due to its naturally occurring, odorless, tasteless composition, it can easily go unnoticed. We would love to encourage your community to learn more about radon and possibly test their homes.
Please see the radon_infographic_ for more information about radon and a link as to where to purchase low-cost test kits.
Do Good Multnomah has found another home that is opening their doors for the winter in a space. In lieu of this cancellation, the Community House in Sunnyside will be operating a Winter Weather Emergency shelter as they have done the past two years. “This model requires an army of volunteers so if you are game, get involved,” writes John Mayer, Executive Director and chair of the Community House board. ” The more volunteers, the better it will be.”
Tuesday’s Safety & Livability meeting will still be held, with discussions about the continuation of the warming shelters that have been in place in the past. Please plan on attending. 6:30 PM at 3520 SE Yamhill Street.
Meeting minutes from our October 11th Board and General meeting, including continued discussion of livability concerns at Sunnyside Park and the appointment of interim board member, K.C. Hoffert.
The November 2018 Sunnyside General and Board meeting will be held on Thursday November 8th at from 7 to 9 pm at Southeast Uplift (3534 SE Main Street).