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CPO 12F Kick Off Event in Forest Grove

CPO 12F will host their first community meeting in 17 years with an event in Forest Grove on Wednesday, June 27 at 6:00 p.m. at the Forest Grove Library. A panel of local experts will share strategies for building community support for families. Interpretation services are available for Spanish speakers.
Media release

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Sponsored by: County Administrative Office, Office of Equity, Inclusion & Community Engagement Division

Community Participation Organization (CPO) Program Returns to Forest Grove

The Washington County Board of Commissioners and the Washington County Community Engagement Program are pleased to announce the return of CPO 12F in Forest Grove. After a 17-year hiatus, several local community members have joined forces to restart CPO 12F, a volunteer-led community-based group that focuses on issues and government services that affect people who live and work in the community of Forest Grove.

The CPO 12F Kick Off event entitled, Helping Families Thrive, is scheduled for June 27th, 6 p.m., at the Forest Grove Library, located at 2114 Pacific Avenue in Forest Grove. An interactive panel discussion will focus on community strategies for building support for families and features Forest Grove School District Interim Superintendent John O'Neill, Yolanda Diaz with the Adelante Mujeres Chicas Youth Program and Eva Hawes, MPH, with Washington County Health and Human Services. Habrá intérprete para español. For more information about CPO 12F, go to

The Community Participation Organization (CPO) offers a wide range of involvement opportunities throughout Washington County for anyone who wants learn about community issues and become engaged in the decision-making process of local and county government.


Media Contact:

Kari Herinckx, Community Engagement Program Coordinator
[email protected]
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