Center fo Advanced Learning, Latino Network and MetroEast cavort/conspire on high school basketball.
MetroEast is proud to partner with The League of Women Voters Portland to present a forum discussion about important ballot measure issues. Please see Press Release below for more information.
Despite the early hour and nasty, rainy weather, a good sized crowd of approximately 60 people gathered at MetroEast on Friday, Jan. 29 for the Gresham Chamber of Commerce's AM Networking event. MetroEast CEO, Rob Brading, spoke briefly to the group and shared the "Sizzle Clip" that our producers put together last year.
January is Trafficking Awareness month. MetroEast was proud to partner with Northwest Family Services (nwfs.org) to produce a Public Service Announcement that brought awareness to this issue, titled: It Could Happen to Anyone.
MetroEast has had a long relationship with the Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce. This year, however, that relationship is even stronger. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Shelley Wright and Bob McDonald who have capably done their own jobs while picking up the slack left by the departure of their Executive Director.