Join us at the Oregon Safe Routes to School Conference in June


  • Do you want a strong Safe Routes to School Program in your community?
  • Do you want to personally know who to go to when you have a challenge?
  • Are you ready to roll up your sleeves and change the world?

If so, join us at the third annual Oregon Safe Routes to School Conference on June 26-28, 2014, in Newburg, Oregon.

This year’s full program:

Thursday, June 26
10am: Visioning Session
12pm: Lunch (on your own)
1pm: Continue Visioning
Afternoon: Break into teams with goals from visioning session
4:30pm: Key Note Speaker and Networking
Evening: Teamwork (optional)

Friday, June 27
8am: Coffee and Community discussions: Local problem solving
10am: Presentations and discussions (Topics and facilitators TBD on Thursday based on the needs of the group)
12pm: Lunch (on your own)
1pm: Subject Matter Experts available for questions and brainstorming
2:30-evening: Teams work on goals and presentations
6pm-8pm: team fun and networking

Saturday, June 28
8am: Coffee
9am: Team Presentations
12pm: Closing and next steps
Afternoon optional activity: Wine tasting! (various locations in downtown Newberg)

What are you waiting for? Register now!

Also! Interested in learning how to teach pedestrian or bicycle safety in schools? Look no further because you can get one (or maybe both) for free before and during the Oregon Safe Routes to School conference.

Did I mention you could also earn a $100 stipend just for attending? Wait, you’re getting paid to take this amazing training that you can bring back to your school for amazing benefit to the students and youth in your community?!

Sign up now, I say, before all the spots are taken. Trainings start on June 25 in Newberg.



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