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“The best days for Portland’s arts and culture communities are ahead of us.  And I said five years ago when I took over the helm of being the arts commissioner for the city of Portland that the arts and culture, heritage, preservation, history community in Portland was the worst organized demographic, social advocacy group in the city of Portland and it is now one of the best and that is a huge, huge change.”

Commissioner Amanda Fritz:

“This is wonderful…Thank you RACC for supporting so many professionals in the community and also so many volunteer projects.  It’s heartwarming to see how this community has pulled together in the worst recession of my lifetime.”

To read more about the event, please visit:

http://racc.org/advocacy/portland-city-council-accepts-racc%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%9Cstate-arts%E2%80%9D-report-0

http://www.portlandonline.com/mayor/index.cfm?c=49278&a=291929

And thank you to the Portland City Council and to all of our supporters!  Together we CAN!

Email the City Council and encourage them to continue to support the arts in Portland:

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