Founding TCHF of Oregon Board Member Fr. Theodore (Ted) Weber celebrated his 60th anniversary as a priest this year. A fixture in the local Catholic community, Fr. Weber is loved by all that know him. His legacy at Christ the King Church is felt by everyone who has knows him. Beloved patriach of the "Weber Clan", Fr.
The Fund-An-Item for this year (2015) is “Water for Life”. Even though the Copper Canyon has seen moderate precipitation in recent years the challenge still remains for dependable and safe access to clean drinking water. A comprehensive scientific survey of the existing conditions will be managed by Schneider Water Services of St.
As we approach the end of the year and each of the three main chapters of the TCHF hold their annual fundraising events, we want to give a brief update on the 2014 Fund-An-Item (FAI), "Facilities, Health and Safety Upgrades". We deeply apprecaite the support that you all give each year towards the FAI and think that it is our responsibility to let you know when the project is fulfilled on a timely basis.
Thank you one all for another great event. It is hard to believe that it has already been 17 years and we could not have accomplished anything without the help of our many friends, benefactors and board members. Once again hosted by the Riverside Golf & Country Club here in Portland, we were welcomed by clear and sunny skies after a morning of questionable weather. Special thanks to Kenneth and Valerie Troyer for once again taking the role of Presenting Sponsor in honor of Valerie's late father and early board member Donald MuCullough. Finally, great thanks and gratitude to the Org
John Brockamp, President of the TCHF of Oregon, recently took part in the 20th Annual Providence Bridge Pedal event with his new ELF recumbent bike. Check out this link for all of the details:
********* This is a message received from Fr. Guillermo Estrada in Creel Mexico, May 5, 2015: ********
My dear friends and benefactors in Michigan, Louisiana and Oregon,
I hope, with all my heart, that this Easter Season has been a healthy and happy one for all of you.
I pray to God it has been.
Thank you to all who participated in our annual children's art contest. The theme this time was "Consecrated Life" and we were happy to see many creative interpretations of that theme.
The winners in Group 2, Grades 4-8 are as follows:
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2015 Art Contest. We had originally planned on announcing the results today (May 15) but due to a scheduling issue with one of our judges this has been delayed until Tuesday, May 19.
Thank you for your understanding and please check back next week to see the results.
Thank you to all the students, teachers and schools who supported this project.
TCHF of Oregon
We started off 2015 by inaugurating an indoor area for recreation, just on the side of our Nutrition Ward. The good thing about this addition is that besides providing the children with a space out of the cold, rain and snow during the harsh winter months, it has an educational component for art and learning skills. Since many of our children are in this ward for extended periods of time, we felt it would important to help them with these learning skills before returning to the difficult environment that awaits them once they return home.
It is our sincere pleasure to invite your pupils in Grades 1-8 to participate in our fourth annual Children's Art Contest. There are two groups of eligible entrants:
- Group 1, Grades 1-3
- Group 2, Grades 4-8
Cash prizes will be given to First, Second and Third Place for each group as well as a matching cash prize for the winners' schools. Please see the attached "Rules and Regulations Form" for all contest details.