Annual RHBA Signature Shred Event Flyer 2024_PDFShred / Recycle Event

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Saturday, April 20, 2024

9am to Noon

Mark your calendar for our Spring Project   

12th Annual RHBA Shred / Recycle Event

+ Bonus Recycle Event Sponsored by

Valley Community Presbyterian Church Earth Care Team

Same day, same time just up the street (2 recycling event locations)

Valley Community offer the opportunity to recycle and repurpose "other" items

See list below and/or visit


RHBA will partnering with several non-profits this day

RHBA sponsored Shred Northwest Truck location

AAA Building - 8555 SW Apple Way, Portland, OR 97225

Shred Northwest (3 banker boxes or 3 grocery bags of paper limit)

Non-perishable food for The Neighborhood House 

SBC Recycle - Electronic Recycling

Community Warehouse

Friends of West Slope Library

Valley Community Presbyterian Church Earth Care Team

is pairing their recycle event with RHBA

Their recycle donation site will be at the TriMet Park & Ride

4218-4248 SW Laurelwood Avenue, Portland, OR 97225

They will be accepting the following:

Styrofoam blocks & #6 Styrofoam food containers (clean)

Plastic film




Natural corks

Athletic shoes

Non-perishable food for St. Matthews Pantry

for more info visit





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Annual Shop With A Cop (Winter Project)

November/December 2023

Each year, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office engages with local families through their annual “Shop With a Cop” holiday event. The Sheriff’s Office Foundation supports funding for this special program, spreading holiday magic and cheer with many deserving families in our community. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office coordinates with local elementary schools to nominate families who could benefit from this program. Students pair with deputies to shop for their families, promoting positive and meaningful interactions with law enforcement as they work together to fulfill the families’ wish and needs lists.

The donations and support from the Sheriff’s Office Foundation, along with local businesses and organizations, make these special Shop With a Cop events possible. If you would like to help the Shop with a Cop program in its mission of aiding local families.

Each year RHBA partners with Washington County Sheriff's Office and Raleigh Park Elementary School with their annual "Shop With A Cop" holiday event. This event helps foster positive relationships between youth and officers. Kids, K-5th, are selected each holiday season to shop for gifts for their immediate family. RHBA Members help with the shopping, providing the lunch, treats and in other ways as needed! We will be pre-shopping on 11/30, wrapping gifts on 12/4, actual Event 12/12.

The school, Raleigh Park Elementary in our situation, works with the Sheriff's Office to identify the family needs. Volunteers make the purchases, and other items in need. Because of the generosity of our members and their friends and colleagues, we were able to help 15 students in 2023 . Donations are accepted online by debit or credit.

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Shop With A CopCommunity service projects are ways we live our mission: To Support the community of Raleigh Hills: to promote a vibrant business environment, maintain a safe and healthy climate, create community consciousness, and maximize livability.

Thanks to our Generous Donors whose funds were match by RHBA. It's not too late donate and get your name here too!

Shirley Roggen Interior Designer

B-Line Enterprises, LLC, Bev Snow-Kuehn

Mountain Man Fruit & Nut, Diane Snedecor

American Family Insurance, Kristl Oliver

Lifewave, Robin Curtain

Elegantly Frugal, Toni Curry

Friends of West Slope Community Library, Dorothy Gerlach

Parr Lumber, Andrew Herinckx

Core Realtors, Ellen Bick

M F Chase, Michael Chase

Oregon First, Carrie Welch

Body Balance for Pets, Kerri Russell

Sherman Family Properties, Mary Sherman

Health Touch Massage Center, Ada Boje

Dizon Photography, Marj Dizon

Meera Coilparampil Law, Meera Coilparampil

Our heartfelt thanks to all the members who donated to the Shop with A Cop raffle(s)


Shop with A Cop Volunteers

Body Balance for Pets, Kerri Russell

Friends of West Slope Library, Dorothy Gerlach

B-Line Enterprises, LLC, Bev Snow-Kuehn & Kathy Orlenko

Parish of St John the Baptist, RHBA Chair, Mark FitzMaurice

Sherman Family Properties, Mary Sherman

Mountain Man Fruit & Nut, Diane Snedecor

Edward Jones, Matt Tuttle



RHBA monthly morning Zoom Member 1st Wednesday!

Guests are Welcome!

The member business meeting is the first Wednesday of each month and is open to the public. We do a little networking, welcome visitors and enjoy a presentation by a local member business: Featuring a Member Speaker. The meeting starts at 8am and is concluded by 9am, giving everyone a chance to make it to work on time. Having a well-established network has become an important part of our business lives. The easiest way to expand your network is to build on the relationships with people you know.

At 8am the First Wednesday of each month.

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 870 4537 3262  Passcode: 986634  Dial (if no Internet): +1 669 900 6833

Casual, Get to Know You

Monthly No-Host Lunch

3rd Wednesday of the month
Guests are Welcome!

Offering a second monthly opportunity to share our businesses with others, our no-host lunch is held on the third Wednesday from Noon - 1pm. It is a low structured event for the benefit of networking, getting to know one another, and meeting others to generate referrals. We are meeting in person, outdoor, if possible, so dress for the weather.

Noon to 1pm, Third Wednesday of each month, at Ernesto's, 8544 SW Apple Way Portland, OR 97225.


We play together, work together and generously give back to the community together. It may be our 1st Wednesday Membership Meeting,  our 3rd Wednesday Lunch Gathering, at the Annual Shred Event, School Supply Drive, Shop With A Cop, RHBA is there.

Join Us in our efforts to support the community of Raleigh Hills, by promoting a vibrant business environment, maintaining a safe and healthy business climate, creating community consciousness and maximizing livability.

  RHBA the Heart of the Community!

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