Join us for our annual Salsa Fest!

To enter the salsa competition, bring a gallon of your own homemade salsa to our Salsa Fest booth at the United Church of Christ's brick courtyard at the corner of 21st Ave and College Way by 3:45PM.  Please clearly label your salsa container with your name and phone number. We will provide the chips!

Salsa categories include Hot, Mild, and Fruity as well as an overall People's Choice Award!

The People's Choice Award winner will receive $50, and the winner of each category will receive $25 in tokens to spend at the market. No need to be present to win.

Everyone is welcome to enter as a competitor, or taste and vote for your favorite salsa!

 

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Excitement, Expansion and Milestones:

Read our Summer 2015 Newsletter

Spanish Version to Come!

Exciting Expansion for Early Childhood Education

July 15, 2015 

Adelante Mujeres is excited to announce that our Early Childhood Education (ECE) program is gearing up to serve more children. Our new partnership with the Oregon Child Development Coalition’s (OCDC) Head Start program will allow us to more than double the number of children we serve and expand the services we provide. 

To accommodate the growth, we will be moving the classrooms to a new location at OCDC’s building on Enterprise Circle in Hillsboro. The two organizations have a long history of partnership, which began when we shared a federal Even Start grant over ten years ago.

“We are very grateful to have leased space at Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church for the last 12 years. Now, we look forward to moving into a space with classrooms specifically designed for infants, toddlers, and preschool children,” says Adelante Mujeres Executive Director Bridget Cooke.

In addition to the new space, the partnership will allow us to serve infants, teach year-round, offer physical, dental, and mental health services, and provide meals. Read More.

Seeking Volunteers!

Find out more and fill out the interest form here, or email Megan, our Communications & Volunteer Coordinator at meatough@adelantemujeres.org


 

Marcella Kriebel has been a long-time volunteer and supporter of Adelante Mujeres.  Her publisher, Burgess Lea Press, donates 100% of after-tax publishing profits on every book to organizations that address hunger relief, farmland preservation and culinary education. Marcella chose Adelante Mujeres to be the beneficiary of this cookbook.

Pre-order your signed copy here!

Thank you Marcella! 

 

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