CRESWELL, Ore. — Womenspace’s Third Annual Black and White Gala was a smashing success this weekend. More than 200 people, including Representative Val Hoyle and Representative Nancy Nathanson, came out for a night of dinner, dancing and great auction prizes at the Emerald Valley Golf and Resort. New this year, the dessert dash, all desserts … Continue reading »
When January rolls around something in my soul becomes uneasy. I never used to get that way but January of 2010 changed my January’s forever. That is the year doctors discovered my Prostate Cancer. A few months later I added a new label to my resume “Cancer Survivor.”
I swear to you every week we shoot a new Rick Dancer TV show we get a little crazier and a little more helpful to organizations in the community.
At some point in our lives we have all had that moment when we realize we would like to be giving back to our community more than our daily lives allow. Some of us are natural-born philanthropists, but some of us need a little coaxing into performing random acts of kindness that will benefit someone
Womenspace is a program that seeks to provide education about and prevention of domestic violence. Recently launching their "It Takes a Community to End Silence" campaign, Womenspace is still trying to build a closer community that strays away from the dangers of physical abuse.