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2017 Bridge to Russia

Our annual Bridge to Russia social event, held this year at Old Church in downtown Portland on a pleasant Sunday afternoon (November 5th), was a great success!  PKSCA's Directors were all pleased to see so many old friends mixing with new faces,  bringing a wonderful positive energy to the event that bodes well for the organization's future.  Special thanks to Andrei Pavlov and Natasha Pavlova whose musical performances drew in more than a few native Russians, and to Angel Sokolova for helping promote the event among the Russian diaspora in the Portland-Vancouver area.  Catering by Iryna Dyrdova was a big hit, and speaking of "hits" we were all excited to hear our headliner band Three For Silver (only recently returned from an encore tour in Russia.)  If you missed this year's event be sure to mark your calendars for 2018 Bridge to Russia, tenatively scheduled for Sunday November 4th, and check back here for details as the date approaches.

 

 
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The Portland Khabarovsk Sister City Association is supported and - in great regard - is validated by its membership. While specific projects might attract funding from USAID and other funding sources from time to time, the Association's general operating budget comes solely from membership dues.  PKSCA would not exist without its all-volunteer Board of Directers and its membership dues.  PKSCA membership is on a calendar-year basis, although the Association begins its membership drive every year at its Bridge to Russia event in October.  PKSCA is a recognized 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.  All of our programs are funded by donors and grants, not by the City of Portland.

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