Becoming the Presenting Sponsor of this year’s Festival of Nations, says Daniel Lyman of Get Space, is an exciting way “to be involved in the community” and a way to say thank you to DMA and the Mill Park Neighborhood Association, which helped Get Space “push back on the city in an attempt to get […]
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Homelessness is a serious issue in our community: every day residents and business owners must handle the fallout of homeless living in the neighborhood. The Office of Neighborhood Involvement recently offered a training to East Portland business leaders about dealing with the homeless population. Sgt. Randy Tieg from the Neighborhood Response Team shared resources and […]
Connor Riggs looks out of EZ Freezy and into his future. With his eyes focused on his five-year-plan, Connor Riggs, just 19, who will retire from the DMA board after four years of service to our organization. The David Douglas grad and now PSU student got involved with DMA at a trash pickup, […]
DMA hires outreach coordinator DMA is happy to announce that Paulmang Pau Gualnam is joining our team as the Community Outreach Coordinator. Paulmang will be tasked with helping district residents engage in DMA programming as well as linking them to available community resources. Paulmang brings 16 years of experience of working with families and social […]
The DMA May 2016 Board meeting was humming along just like usual, that was until the bombshell went off near the end. Board President Lorelei Young announced that she would not be seeking a second term at the June elections, and would be stepping down from the Board altogether. Before serving as president, she was […]
Below is a release from the Regional Arts and Cultures Council. DMA was one of the grantees, receiving $5,950 for the 2016 Festival of Nations. The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) has awarded $119,380 in Arts Equity Grants to 21 organizations for activities that advance RACC’s goals for equity in Portland and Multnomah County. […]