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Newspaper article from the Hillsboro Argus about overcrowded migrant farmworker camps. This is from the records of the Washington County Community Action Organization, an anti poverty nonprofit.

Article in the Wilsonville Spokesman about the Early Head Start program run by the Washington County Community Action Organization. The program assists pregnant women and mothers in prison by holding a twice weekly parenting class where mothers…

Article from The Community Press about a women's group called Women Together in Washington County, Oregon. This is from the Washington County Community Action Organization's files on the history of poverty in Washington County, Oregon.

Article in The Oregonian about the HopeSpring program winning the Cameron award for outstanding collaboration. Hope spring provides temporary housing for homeless mothers and their children. This is from the Washington County Community Action…

"'Boxer' Returns to Old Pacific" newspaper article on a Boxer appearance in 1911, after several years of being absent from public view. The article includes information about the first time that Boxer was stolen from Marsh Hall and its whereabouts…

This flier gives a short history of the background of the Boxer and how the Boxer ended up at Pacific University. There is also information regarding how the Boxer "toss outs" started and the significance of them to the students.

Article from the Daily Journal of Commerce about the Hillsboro Multi-Service Center, Washington County Community Action's headquarters in Hillsboro, Oregon. This is from the records of the Community Action Organization, an anti poverty nonprofit in…

Article from Washington County Newspaper The Times about the Beaverton Community Health Collaborative receiving $1 million in funding for a proposed wellness facility. This is from the Washington County Community Action Organization's files on the…

A brochure titled "$50,000 for the Ministry" which advertised new scholarships for students who intended to become ministers. Copies of this brochure were probably sent to prospective students as a recruitment tool.