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October

2023

Mount Hood Community Celebration, Heritage Night, Set for November 11

Mount Hood Community Celebration, Heritage Night, Set for November 11

You’re invited to the Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum’s (MHCCM) biggest fundraiser of the year on Saturday, November 11, 2023, from 6-10 p.m. The celebration location is 88900 Government Camp Loop, Government Camp, OR. 

An annual membership covers your admission ticket for this wonderful event; you’ll also receive additional benefits throughout the year. An individual membership is $30; a family membershipis $50.
This is an opportunity to support a community treasure while enjoying complimentary heavy hors d’oeuvres & beverages, plus participating in the silent and live auctions. Among the wide selection of auction items, you’ll find gift certificates of all types, weekend getaways, outdoor activities, themed gift baskets, and other surprises.
 
You can also support the museum by donating auction items. If you have a specialty item, access to a one-of-a-kind experience, or a rare opportunity you’d like to contribute, contact the museum. 
If you’re unable to attend, consider making a tax-deductible donation (of any size and anonymously) if you wish. You’ll be a part of the museum’s goal of maintaining the local, rich, and cultural history for future generations. 

Sharon Lamoreaux, Rhododendron resident and MHCCM volunteer Board Member says: “Five years ago, when I first met the Museum Curator, Lloyd Musser, I discovered the annual Heritage Night celebration. He mentioned it’s a wonderful way to support the Mountain and its history. I attended and have been enjoying it ever since! It’s a fun way to kick off the holiday season, do some gift shopping, enjoy the company of like-minded folks, and support the museum and Mt. Hood, all at once. Both auctions and the Brown Bags are great! I recommend attending Heritage Night to everyone.”The MHCCM, founded in 1998, has always focused on a mission to showcase, protect, and stabilize all aspects of the history and culture of Mt. Hood. Additionally, their purpose is to strengthen the community and foster arts and literature. With interpretive exhibits, educational programming, and the arts, the MHCCM promotes an understanding of our shared history and challenges for our future.

For additional questions or membership information, visit the webpage: mthoodmuseum.org.Membership details can be found on the Get Involved tab, and by clicking on Membership.Contact the Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum, 88900 E. Hwy 26, Business Loop,Government Camp, (503) 272-3301 or email info@mthoodmuseum.org.

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