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Spring Into Action starts to bloom OUR VALUES


BE a great neighbor


Every year, employees from across the company get together to volunteer during Spring Into Action, our annual call-to-action that offers plenty of opportunities to get involved in our communities and be a great neighbor.


This year, the events started on March 24 and will finish on May 6. During the first three weeks, more than 250 volunteers —employees, retirees and their families and friends —participated in approximately 15 projects.


A big thank you to all our Spring Into Action volunteers for your dedication! Check our next issue of NewsLine to learn more about the activities that took place during the last weeks of this event.


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1. Our president and CEO, Maria Pope, kicked off week two of Spring Into Action with volunteers at Oregon Food Bank. 2. At Oregon Food Bank, 17 PGE volunteers helped package roughly 9,000 pounds of pinto beans. 3. Jay Tinker’s team of 12 volunteers packaged more food at Oregon Food Bank. 4. Carol Dillin, vice president of Customer Strategies & Business Development (right), and her team held their fourth annual tulip sale. 5. The tulip sales team sold 400 bunches of flowers to help Easterseals Oregon. 6. Volunteers took 14 PSU students on a tour of our Sullivan hydro generating plant. 7. Volunteer champions Mike Newman and Jessica Sernach planted trees in Beaverton and Salem with the help of 17 additional PGE volunteers. 8. Almost 50 volunteers joined champion Liz English in assembling STEM Lego robotics kits for Saturday Academy students. 9. Josh Kliever’s family was named this year’s Portland March of Babies Ambassador at the March of Dimes. 10.More than 100 volunteers gathered in beautiful Lincoln City for the annual SOLVE Spring Beach Cleanup and concentrated on removing micro plastics. 11. A team of volunteers gathered at Union Gospel Mission to serve a warm breakfast to the homeless.


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