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A Night to Chip In


Saturday, June 4th | Doors Open @ 5:00 pm
The Tiger Woods Center at Nike World Headquarters
One Bowerman Drive | Beaverton, OR  97005
Silent Auction | Wine Tasting| Live Auction | hors d'oeuvres | Casino Gaming
Hosted beer & wine

An Evening with Henry Winker


For many with dyslexia, a neurological condition, support and resources are difficult to find. In fact, only recently educators have truly understood how to support students with dyslexia and recognize their true strengths and gifts. Park Academy has been leading this initiative in Oregon for the past ten years, empowering students and their families. On June 16, 2016, it’ll welcome some serious star power to help, at its second annual fundraising dinner. An Evening with Henry Winkler, at Park Academy will include a dinner and oral auction; Mr. Winkler will share his personal experience with dyslexia and how he overcame his struggles to be an award winning actor, director, producer and author. Funds from the event will support the educational environment through its scholarship program and will help students who struggle with dyslexia and other attention learning issues to thrive. The Dinner will be held on June 16th from 6pm-9pm at the Park Academy located at 1915 South Shore Blvd. | Lake Oswego, OR 97034. More information can be found at parkacademy.org.  
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