McMenamins Pub
Scoreboard Sports Bar
Wild Rose Saloon
ELKS Lodge
Kodiak Bar & Grill
Sawmill Tavern
Idle Hour Tavern
C&M Tavern
Cass St. Food & Drink

Draper's Brew House
O'Tooles Pub
Salud Restaurant &
Backside Brewing
Little Brothers Pub

Special thanks to:
Henry Estate Winery
Western Beverage
M&M Printers
United Rentals
Sherwin -Williams
Quality Fence
Prints Charming
  Screen Printing
Old 99 Brewing

  Roseburg Station &
Henry Estate Winery
The Mattress
  Harvard Furniture
Learn CPR from Andy
Robinson Concrete
The G Team, Century
  21 Real Estate
Addcox Heating Center,
Old 99 Brewing
Brian's Import Auto
Century 21 the Neil
  Company Real Estate
Cradar Enterprises, Inc
M&M Printers
Roseburg Family
Joseph & Maureen
Loretta Stenbeck
Doris Newey
PDM Machine Works
Perry Murray
Plouff Excavating
R & H Masonry
Ron Byers Construction
Roseburg Auto & Truck
Umpqua Valley Tractor
Superior Carpet Cleaning
Lithia Body & Paint
Aprovecho Education
Pizazz Hairstyling
Jeff Pugh, Attorney
Lyle Lee Construction
Jim Allen Drywall
SORB Southern Oregon
  Regional Brokerage
bbg Marketing
Lynn Herbert Lowboy
North Umpqua
  Plumbing, Inc.
Md Partec
CA Mesa Plumbing
Allen & Allen
Bunnell's Overhead Door
Companion Animal Clinic
David Hu Construction
Allen Acree Construction
Richard & Vicki Mitchell
Elite Taxi & Limo Service
Dogbarrel Brewing and
  Homebrew Supplies
Gene’s Brake and
Umpqua Valley Fire
DC Sunshine Taxi
Redbell Plastics, Inc.
Superior Insulation
Steve and Diana Brown
Marlene K Braley
Burp’s Brewery
Rocky’s Auto Repair
Kit Burum Construction
Zerbach Construction
Crystal Creek Meats
Roseburg Book &
American Flow Control
Bullet’s Tap Service



ESD / YMCA Partners Sports Camp (formerly Camp Shriver)
  Sports Camp is two weeks of day camp held at the YMCA of Douglas County focusing on various sports. "Athletes" are paired with volunteer students from local Junior and High Schools, and participate in such sports as Boccie ball, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, soccer, swimming, hiking and fishing.
ESD (Douglas Educational Service District) Motor Activities Training Program
  (MATP) enables severely disabled youth with mobility issues to participate in a day of sports that are geared especially for them. Many of these students are wheelchair bound. All students accompanied by non-disabled students or a peer partner from surrounding schools.
W.I.S.H. (Working for Independent supported Housing)
  A program that helps disabled young people transition to independent housing accommodations
Mercy Foundation Healthy Kids Outreach Program
      The Healthy Kids Outreach Program helps improve the basic health of children in Douglas County in two ways:
HEALTHY EDUCATION --The Healthy Kids Outreach Program provides comprehensive health education at area schools, teaching kids how to stay healthy and make healthy choices. Educating kids on the fundamentals of personal and dental hygiene, communicable disease prevention, nutrition, exercise and heart health, and character development ensure a healthier community long into the future.
    CONNECTION TO CARE -- The Healthy Kids Outreach Program provides connection to appropriate community health care resources for children and families right at school, removing barriers that many of our families face. About half of our Douglas County children and families live at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guideline, and about half of our kids don't have health insurance. Many of our families face transportation and financial barriers that HKOP helps overcome in our rural school communities.
    The Healthy Kids Outreach Program helps Douglas County kids be at their very best; happy, healthy and productive citizens of the future. The health attitudes and behaviors of kids have already improved in the four short years HKOP has been in our schools.
Umpqua Valley DisAbilities Network
  UVDN has been operating in Douglas County for over 20 years. It has been a resource to our community and works closely with other programs that benefit the independence of persons with a disability. Examples of their efforts would be: addressing mobility issues for individuals, locating services that would enhance an individual's ability to access community resources, counseling toward meaningful employment and removing obstacles in the community that hinder a person's ability to benefit from community activities.
Douglas C.A.R.E.S. (Douglas Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services)
  Oregon's Child Abuse Intervention Centers (CAIC) were created to minimize trauma for child abuse victims by focusing on the fundamental needs of the child.
By working in partnership with child protective services, law enforcement and other medical and mental health providers, CAICs have been designed to provide services, based on each child's needs, in a neutral, child-focused environment and to be a resource for the child and their caregivers.
Casa De Belen
  A homeless shelter located in Roseburg for teens and families, some having special needs children.
Bowman's Pond
  A privately owned man made pond that is equipped with sidewalks and rails, handicapped bathroom, and picnic gazebo for easy accessibility. Located in Ollala, Oregon, the pond is dedicated to special needs youth and the elderly of Douglas County, providing them with a day of fishing and picnicking in a park like setting. 
Boy's and Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley
In every community, an increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them. Boys & Girls Clubs offer that and more. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys & girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow - all while having fun.
S.T.E.P. (Special Talent Enrichment Program)
The Special Talent Enrichment Program (S.T.E.P.) is in their first year as a non-profit training effort. The goal being assistance toward gainful employment for their workers. Many work at different job sites but, for now, their efforts are mostly seen at The Wildlife Safari. They currently have over 35 trainees and are receiving more referrals on a regular basis. Almost all of these trainees have been associated with Douglas County Special Olympics, now or in the past.
Roseburg Rotary's River Forks Park Playground Project

    Rotary exists because of relationships, and the three Roseburg Rotary clubs took the existing relationship of their shared community service area to a new level by partnering in 2011-12 on a large, multi-phase community park project. Parks are important elements of cities and provide environmental, esthetic and recreational benefits to a cities. An assessment determined Douglas County had lovely parks but only one of them had playground equipment that was accessible to children with special needs, and even then, was minimal.
    The Roseburg Rotary Playground Committee was born as the three clubs came together in a challenging joint venture! Rotarian talent was joined by a broad cross-section of equally passionate non-Rotarian community leaders, businesses and local government representatives. All projects need a source of funding and this one was no different. Rotary in the Vines, was conceived and cases of wine were collected for a raffle to provide initial funding for the project.
    To date, the committee has experienced many successes. A site for the new playground equipment has been secured at River Forks Park, with a resounding approval of the Douglas County Parks Advisory Committee. The committee has visited a Rotary-sponsored park in Bend, solicited bids, and determined a playground design incorporating Ross Equipment. Fundraisers have continued, with Two Rotary in the Vines events, $51,000 in funding has been secured, and a working budget has been developed. The Parks committee is currently planning for site preparation and fundraising continues for Phase II!
    Excitement is building as the groundbreaking for Phase I is approaching in the spring of 2014! The goal is to complete Phase II within a year of Phase I. "Action on our passion" brings visibility and more partners... Douglas County ESD has recently joined the Rotary Parks Playground Committee.

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