Save the Date for the 2014 luncheon:
September 17, 2014
The Sentinel Hotel (formerly The Governor Hotel)
614 SW 11th Ave., Portland, OR 97205
Reception/registration: 11 a.m.
Luncheon: Noon - 1 p.m.
Honorary Co-Chairs and 2013 Women of Distinction Recipients:
Governor Barbara Roberts and Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum
2014 Honorees: Barbara Alberty and Mary Shaver
Ticket rate: $75
Table of 10 rate: $750
Want to donate before the event? Can't attend but you'd like to make a donation in honor of a loved one?
For sponsorship information or questions, contact: Shannon Spencer (503) 977-6843 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join our corporate partners, supporters and donors to highlight the effects of Girl Scouting for over 19,000 girls in Oregon and SW Washington. One in three girls receives financial assistance each year, and you can help make the Girl Scout Leadership Experience available to every girl!
Highlights from the 2013 Women of Distinction Luncheon:
Thank you to the 2013 sponsors:
|Gold Sponsors|| Silver Sponsors|
|The Standard|| Garrett Hemann Robertson, Inc.||Ferguson Wellman Capital Management||Beecher Carlson Insurance Agency, LLC|
|AKT CPAs and Business Consultants||Blue Mountain Investment Management||Columbia Bank||Everywoman's Health|
|Geffen Mesher||Miller Nash, LLP||Palmer & Cay||Portlandia Club, Inc.|
| US Bank|| || || |
|Matching Sponsor|| Chocolate Sponsor||Media Sponsor|
|Maybelle Clark Macdonald fund||Moonstruck Chocolate|
- Columbia Sportswear
- Emerick Construction
- KG Investment Management
- OnPoint Credit Union
- Rainy Day Productions
- Unitus Credit Union
- Barbara Alberty
- Amanda Klash
- Barbara Francis
- Ellen Steel
- Eva Labby
- Joan Lintz
- Terry Coryell-Morgan Stanley
- Elles Gantes
- Kathy Schroeder
- Maureen Vega
- Nancy Locke
- Karen Hill
- Mary Lee Alder
- Roberta Janssen
- Governor Barbara Roberts
- Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum
|Flowers by Heather|
|Photos courtesy of Andrea Lorimor Photography|
In honor of Marie Lamfrom
She served in World War I as a nurse, working on the Russian front at the age of 18. At the end of the war, she returned home to Germany and married Paul, then had three daughters. As the Nazis rose to power, Marie and her family fled to Portland, Oregon. They purchased a small hat company, which later grew to become Columbia Sportswear.
Marie (fondly known as “Bluebird”) was involved in Girl Scouts for over 44 years as a troop leader, board member and delegate to the national convention. She is lovingly remembered for her 20-year commitment to her Girl Scout troop at the Shriners Hospital for Children. She held an annual barbecue in the parking lot, and all the children attended, even wheeled down in their beds.
Perhaps her greatest legacy is the founding of a similar troop at Providence Hospital, a troop that continues today with 28 members. All the Girl Scouts are medically fragile, but--just as with Marie's Shriners troop--they give back to their community by preparing and serving meals to the elderly.
Marie Lamfrom inspired countless young women. Girl Scouts is better because of her dedication, compassion, energy and commitment. Her long, rich legacy of Girl Scouting is now in its fourth generation.