MetroEast would like to acknowlege and thank our local sponsors: Gresham Ford, The Outlook, the Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission and Stamp Connection. We appreciate your support and commitment to the community.
Exciting news! Our website is moving to a new home in the next few days.
To help with the move, we are packing things into virtual boxes. You shouldn't notice the boxes, but if you do trip over one, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're looking forward to welcoming you to our new home really soon!
What a fabulous time we had on Wednesday, June 14, as MetroEast celebrated the 1000th episode of our flagship program, Community Hotline. CEO Marty Jones pulled out all the stops to make this an event to remember with delicious hors d’ouevres, drinks, and even a cake featuring the face of Co-Producer/Host Monica Weitzel!
MetroEast will be closed Monday, Jan. 4, 2016 due to inclement weather conditions. We will reopen Thursday, Jan. 7 at 9am.
2015 was a busy, busy year for MetroEast as we worked with local youth and partnered with non-profit organizations, government entities and the community at large. In our efforts to better represent our neighbors in East County we have also expanded our outreach to the Spanish-speaking community. If you've never set foot in our amazing studio in Gresham, we invite you to do so in 2016.
Come join MetroEast on Saturday, September 19, 2015 for our 3rd annual Friends & Family Day Open House. Explore our HD television studios while enjoying free food, games and give-aways. You even have the chance to win an iPad mini! Come at noon and stay till we close at 4pm or just drop by when it's convenient. Bring your friends and family.
Are you a DACA recipient? Or know someone who is? If so, please read and share this important letter from Mt. Hood Community College:
Dear MHCC Community,
To continue our commitment in creating a safe and welcoming environment to all of our students, I wanted to share updated information and resources regarding DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program.
Think September means the end of free summer fun?
There is still plenty to do in East Multnomah county after school starts. Take a look at these two upcoming events, both sponsored in part by MetroEast.
Festival of Nations
Summer 2017 is turning out to be one of the hottest on record for Oregonians. At MetroEast we love our volunteers, community partners and clients and want you to stay healthy. So stay hydrated and keep cool! This is especially important for babies, children, the elderly and infirm. And don't forget about your pets!
The charming town of Troutdale is celebrating the 45th anniversary of their annual event, Summerfest. MetroEast will once again be videotaping the parade as it winds it's way down the center of town. The Grand Marshall of this year's parade is Sara Crouch, recent Reynolds High graduate and Troutdale's Youth of the Year!