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This year, this community lost some very dear friends. And as a community, we're doing some special things just to Remember how much they meant to us.

The late Rev. Harold Fuller, known for providing physical and spiritual comfort at Gresham's Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center, winner of the Outlook's 2017 reader recipe contest, and as so many remember his amazing pies made with the best ingredients and mixed together with an extra portion of love. The first "Harold Fuller-Piece of Pie Day" will take place from 4pm-6:30pm Friday, August 9th at the covered picnic area in Gresham's Main City Park, 219 S Main Ave. If you'd like to attend, please bring a pie to donate which will then be sold for a dollar a slice. All proceeds will benefit Harold's favorite charities-Union Gospel Mission, My Father's House and Healthcare Chaplains Ministry. For more information please contact Jennifer Dormandy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 503-516-2304.

And our good friend John Wilson, Account Representative for Pamplin Media and one of the organizers for the Annual Troutdale Cruise In. This event will be held this year in memory of John and all that he brought to this community and beyond. Downtown Troutdale, this Sunday August 4th, 9am-3pm. The proceeds from this event will benefit the Soulful Giving Foundation and the Shriner's Hospital for Children. For more information and if you'd like to register a vehicle for this event, please contact Terry at the Troutdale General Store 503-492-7912.

And please put on your calendars for next weekend, the Cruizin' the Block Car Show, formerly known as Rockin' Round the Block car show! One of the best, local events of the summer, and it's right here in our back yard! Saturday, August 10th, 10am-3pm, downtown Gresham. Come visit our booth and see some of the great NEW vehicles!

So, grab your loved ones and make some great memories, remember some great guys and see some amazing vehicles while you're at it!!


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