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Little Bites: Dine Out to Invest in our Future Workforce

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njoy a sunset dinner at Pronghorn Resort with a farm to fork dinner prepared by two local chefs—Kevin Linde from Pronghorn Resort, and Corey Whalen of One Street Down Café—to invest in the future of our community.



The dinner, presented by Aperion Management Group, will benefit Heart of Oregon Corps, a nonprofit that empowers young people, often from disadvantaged backgrounds to prepare for the workforce and the path to self-sufficiency.

Tickets are available online at: heartoforegon.org/news-events/farm-to-fork.html


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