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Join us this weekend in Central Oregon and Bend!

State Representative Brian Clem, who is exploring a run for Governor, is bringing his listening tour to Central Oregon and Bend this weekend! He is conducting a listening tour because he knows that the best answers to how we can move Oregon forward will always come from its people.

Please join us at one of the below events - we look forward to meeting with you and talking about how we can move Oregon boldly into the future!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

7 p.m. - Speak to and answers questions from the Deschutes County Democrats at their monthly meeting, including a discussion of the 2009 Oregon Legislative Session, the preservation of the Metolius river, and destination resorts. Central Oregon Environmental Center, 16 NW Kansas Ave, Bend

Friday, August 14, 2009

8 a.m. - Breakfast meeting with Redmond Mayor George Endicott and members of the Redmond City Council to discuss the local economy and issues facing the community. Mrs. Beasleys, 1555 S Highway 97, Redmond

10 a.m. - Interview with the Bend Source Weekly. Bend, Oregon

11:30 a.m. - Lunch with Bend Lapine School District students in their Summer Lunch Program and a discussion of Farm to School programs with School District Wellness Specialist Katrina Wiest. Larkspur Park, 1700 SE Reed Market Road, Bend

2 p.m. - Tour of the Bend Farmers' Market to discuss agricultural issues with the market manager, regional farmers and growers, and engage in a conversation about buying locally. St. Charles Hospital, 2500 N.E. Neff Rd., one block west of 27th St., Bend

Saturday, August 15, 2009

5 p.m. - Reception, meet and greet, and discussion of tribal issues at annual Warm Springs Tribe Huckleberry Feast. 1233 Veterans St., Warm Springs

Brian is a 5th-generation Oregonian raised in Coos Bay. He learned the value of public service, hard work, and honest talk from his parents, both of whom were public servants. He presently serves the citizens of Salem as a State Representative and chair of the House Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Communities committee. To learn more about him and his exploratory campaign for Governor, please visit

Posted on August 12, 2009 in listening tour, central oregon.