Stars in the Sagebrush

Redmond Education Foundation to Host Stars in the Sagebrush on April 12

The Redmond Education Foundation and Home Federal Bank will host the 4th biennial Stars in the Sagebrush event at 6 p.m. on April 12 at the River Run Event Center at Eagle Crest Resort.

The event celebrates individuals, programs and initiatives that have made a major impact on the lives of children. Stars in the Sagebrush will raise funds and awareness for Redmond School District’s Community Schools. The district has five community schools which offer academic and social interventions for children and families in high poverty or resource deprived communities. These schools serve RSD students, adults and community members. RSD Community Schools include M.A. Lynch Elementary, Terrebonne Community School, Vern Patrick Elementary, Elton Gregory Middle School and Obsidian Middle School.

This year the following individuals and organizations will be honored for their service to education in Redmond:

Business: Skanska
Volunteer: Ed Harris, Mary Kimmel
Educational Achievement: Karen Andrade, Marisol Benz, Gayle Davis, Pam Hadlich, Rayna Nordstrom, Leslie Westendorf and Mark Winger.

The evening will feature food and drink, a celebration of the honorees, live music by Lindy Gravelleas well as a silent and live auction. Tickets are $45 per person and can be purchased in person at Home Federal Bank at 821 SW 6th Street in Redmond, Redmond School District Offices at 145 SE Salmon Ave. or online beginning March 18 at

Sponsorship opportunities are available. For questions or more information, please call 541.306.6611 or email

About the Redmond Education Foundation
The Mission of the Redmond Education Foundation is to promote and enhance excellence in the education in our community by providing independent financial support for creative, innovative and relevant programs. The Foundation exists to assist students from within the Redmond School District Communities reach their highest potential, enabling them to have a positive and lasting impact as they enter society.


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