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Julio Arellano, right, and others participate in a tai chi class at the Asian Counseling and Referral Service in Rainier Valley.
Tana Hogan, Elijah Family Homes program administrator, right, talks with client Jenny Vasquez and her daughter, Eryn Nofiger, 18, during a recent visit to her Vasquez' Kennewick apartment.
Devon Liscum and brother Jeremy pose at a school in Mexico while helping out in the School of Champions program.
The fundraiser welcomes people who write a check of at least $75 to the charity of their choice.
A mother and her pups awaits her flight. Volunteers at Van Nuys airport loaded over 400 animals onto 14 private planes so that they could go to new homes all over the Pacific Northwest.
Last December, a special fundraising effort was just the push that the Boulder Jewish Community Center needed to complete a campaign to construct a new building.
The Nature Conservancy in Washington is trying to buy and preserve three miles of private land along the Queets River on the Olympic Peninsula.
T. Lulani Arquette believes that the original, nature-based values of Native American peoples still have a lot to teach a Western culture that she said is teetering on the edge of suicide.
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GlobeMed staff and Erich Lehman owner of 1975 Gallery at GlobeMed's 1st Annual Art Gala.
From the time Nevada's namesake battleship, the USS Nevada, was launched in 1914, it has held a special place in the hearts of the state's residents.
The closure Wednesday is the first of an advocacy group by Correa's government, which has been criticized as hostile to free expression and has broadened state authority over nonprofits by decree this year.
Southwest Portland residents opposed to the sale of Water Bureau property to a developer are raising funds to hire an attorney.
The annual Holiday Express rides are underway again, thanks to the efforts of hundreds of volunteer train buffs.