Last night, Nick attended three fabulous community events.
The first stop of the night was at the Din Din Supper Club on NE Glisan, where Nick celebrated with the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) at their donor reception dinner. CAT’s mission is to educate and empower tenants to demand affordable, stable, and safe rental homes.
Next, Nick headed to the historic Pittock Mansion to welcome 12 new arts leaders to Portland. Nick, as Portland City Council’s liaison to Arts & Culture and a lover of the arts, was honored to give the welcoming remarks at the event.Portlandhas a wonderfully vibrant arts community, and we’re incredibly excited to welcome such extraordinary new talent and leadership.
Nick ended at the night at former Oregon Senator Avel Gordly’s home to celebrate “National Night Out.” National Night Out began in 1984, bringing neighbors together to promote crime prevention, police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie, and sends a message that neighborhoods are organized and are looking out for each other.
The whole night was filled with wonderful people, delicious food, and great appreciation for our city.