Mr. Central Oregon Pageant
High school pageant winners compete for the first title of Mr. Central Oregon, benefiting the The Center Foundation, audience support will be factored in judging; 541-322-2399; Bend High School, 230 N.E. Sixth St., Bend, OR 97701; $5 for students, $7 for adults; www.centerfoundation.org.
Mr Central Oregon
The Center Foundation’s Student Advisory Council is hosting a brand new event, Mr. Central Oregon. This good-natured contest will pit the male student winners of other local high school pageants against one another. Representatives are expected from six local high schools.
The event will include a talent show and competition, hosted by a local radio personality. The winner of the event will receive $500 scholarship, second place will get $250 scholarship and third place will receive a $50 gift card for school supplies.
Funds raised from the event will go toward setting up a $1,500 scholarship, which will be awarded next spring. If the event generates more than $1,500, the additional funds will go toward helping pay for trainers in the local high schools. The Mr. Central Oregon event was the brainchild of the Student Advisory Council, a 10-member panel of students from high schools throughout the region.
Mr. Central Oregon will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. May 27 at Bend High School Auditorium. Cost is $7 adults, $5 students. Tickets are available at the door or at www.centerfoundation.org.
100 Women Who Care Informational Meeting
Join in on the inaugural meeting for 100 Women Who Care - a new kind of charity where 100 women donate $100 to a charity of their choice every 3 months; 100% of the donations go directly to local charities; to find out more come to the Old Mill District's Flatbread Community Oven at 5:00 PM; 375 SW Powerhouse Dr. Suite 130
Bend, OR 97702.
The King's Heralds Southern Gospel Music
Southern Gospel Ministries is a local not-for-profit, non-denominational group of volunteers who have been bringing high quality Southern Gospel music to Redmond since October 2011. Our committee greatly appreciates your community service events website and any public service announcements you may be able to provide.
The King’s Heralds were founded in 1927 and their tradition of singing has continued since that time. The quartet comes to us from Portland, Tennessee, and presents a rich blend of inspirational harmony during their concerts that are presented throughout the US and in over 50 countries. They have the distinction of being the first Christian gospel group to tour the People’s Republic of China several years ago. They have produced over 100 albums and have received twenty-three Silver Angel Awards for excellence. They have also received the Gold Angel Award for being the oldest continuous Gospel Quartet in America.