As we joyfully welcome 2012, we also take the opportunity to look back and give thanks for the wonderful moments of 2011!

Portland Society Page launched on September 30th, 2011 as a free platform for nonprofit news. We have been overwhelmed by the positive support from our friends in the nonprofit community. Business leaders and community activists have validated our belief that the Rose City is ready for this community news source about our vibrant charities. Subscribers say they look forward to receiving their free newsletter every Sunday morning. (The photo of the young rider, which as become our Portland Society Page logo, was taken at the Early Summer Classic at Hunter Creek Farm in Wilsonville, Oregon.)

Your support has been gratifying and humbling–Thank you!

Elisa Klein, Editor, PortlandSocietyPage.com

Elisa Klein, Editor and Publisher of PortlandSocietyPage.com

Elisa Klein, Editor and Publisher of PortlandSocietyPage.com

Here are just a few of our favorite photos from the 2011.

CCA Board Chair Andy Lytle with wife Mary, CCA Board Member Andrea Corradini, CCA Board Member Grant Hammersley with wife Heidi and CCA Founder & CEO Regina Ellis embrace the excitement of the evening together

CCA Board Chair Andy Lytle with wife Mary, CCA Board Member Andrea Corradini, CCA Board Member Grant Hammersley with wife Heidi and CCA Founder & CEO Regina Ellis embrace the excitement of the evening together

Ira Keller Fountian glowing as opera music flows

Ira Keller Fountain glowing as opera music flows

Oregon Ballet Theatre

Oregon Ballet Theatre

 

Ken Wright toasting with guests

Ken Wright toasting with guests at a Ronald McDonald House Charities event

Portlandia's Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein at a press lunch

Portlandia's Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein at a press lunch. The IFC series starts its second season on January 6th

The event showcased beautiful clothing and lovey models

The Backbone event showcased beautiful clothing and lovey models

The White Party at Portland's Romtom

The White Party at Portland's Romtom benefited the Oregon Humane Society

One of golf's biggest names will return to Portland to help old friend Peter Jacobsen launch the inaugural Umpqua Bank Challenge.

One of golf's biggest names, Arnold Palmer, returned to Portland to help old friend Peter Jacobsen launch the inaugural Umpqua Bank Challenge.

We look forward to working with you in 2012. Please contact us with your story ideas at [email protected]

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