City Club's Next 100 Years: Creating A Modern Club

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City Club of Portland says
As we mark 100 years as a fount of policy research and a hub of civic engagement, we look forward to City Club's second century. Featuring young City Club members who will continue to shape our city for the better, our guests will consider the future of City Club and of Portland in the context of our most notable research and actions over the past century.

At 1:15 p.m. following the regular program, members are invited to vote on the Centennial Report. The report can be found on City Club's website when it is published on Feb. 17.

Speakers include:

* Walter Robinson, Policy Analyst and Constituent Relations Coordinator for Multnomah County, Oregon

* Nichole Maher, President of Northwest Health Foundation. She has received numerous leadership and industry honors, including Oregon’s 50 most powerful people and Portland’s 50 most influential people.

* Aliemah Bradley, Junior Class President and Black Student Council member at Jefferson High School, and City Club Civic Scholar

* Nova Newcomer (moderator), Centennial report committee member for City Club of Portland, and Executive Director of Friends of Baseball
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By: City Club of Portland

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