Our Chapter Meetings We meet from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on the third Monday of each month, September through May, at Legacy Good Samaritan Main Hospital. September, October and November 2017 our meetings are in Good Samaritan Main Building, 1015 NW 22nd Ave at Marshall Street, in the Wistar Morris Conference Room. Look for signs or ask at the Info Desk.
Our monthly chapter meetings are real-time captioned (CART) and we use an induction loop system (usable by wearers of hearing devices equipped with telecoils).
Parking for meeting attendees is free in Legacy Good Samaritan parking structures, but you must present a validation slip upon exiting at the end of the evening. We provide validation slips at our meetings.
Meetings are accessible by Tri-Met lines 15 and 77 and the Portland Streetcar, which all stop within two blocks. To plan your trip, go to: http://www.trimet.org and see "Trip Planner" section. Enter 1015 NW 22nd Ave, Portland as your destination.
We take a break and don't have meetings during the summer months of June, July, and August. 2017-2018 Upcoming Meetings Dates (currently on the third Monday, but subject to change. Check this web page before each meeting or sign up for the newsletter.)
Sept 18: Roundtable Discussion: What do we want from HLAA-Portland meetings and from the organization; suggestions for future meeting speakers/topics October 16: Topic TBA November 20: Topic TBA December 18, 2017: Holiday Potluck and Gift Exchange January 15, 2018 (MLK, Jr., Holiday): Topic TBA February 19 (Presidents’ Day Holiday): Topic TBA March 19: Topic TBA April 16: Topic TBA May 21: Annual Meeting and Election of Board member & Officers; Program TBA
Our 2017-18 Board Members President: vacant Vice-President: vacant Treasurer: Steve Brier Secretary: Anne McLaughlin Members at large: Judy Barnes, Jim Chasse, Pat Krishnamurthy and Asisa Powell
Newsletter Editor: Anne McLaughlin
HLAA-OR Board Meetings Location
Albany General Hospital Reimer Building
What Our Members Are Saying
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