Tasha Schaal
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  • Ashland, OR. 97520
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1 ~ INSTRUCTIONS: Please answer the following five questions to inform the community about yourself and enhance your experience at the Ashland Source Center. Answers are NOT REQUIRED to join, and you can always fill them out later on your MYPORTAL page.
Yes, in Ashland.
2 ~ What brought you to Ashland & Southern Oregon area? Let us know what’s been inspiring you these days!
We stopped for gas on the way to Eugene from So. Cal. It happened to be 9 am on July 4th. We saw the parade. It seemed like being in a Norman Rockwell painting. We came back several times that year and sold everything and moved here to this magical place.
4 ~ Please describe any projects or businesses you'd like to develop, if any? What is your "JOB" (aka "Joy of Being")? What especially delights you?
We are involved in organizations to bring more big film production to Southern Oregon.

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At 5:17pm on March 25, 2009, Kimberly Wagner said…
Hi Tasha - I would like to invite you to a talk this coming Monday @ 7:30 @ Hidden Springs, on a healing technology with Mony Vital, PhD.
Please see events - hope you can make it!
Kimberly
At 11:52pm on March 9, 2009, Ashland Source Center said…

Dear Member,

Here's ways of supporting the Ashland Resource Center grow into the most comprehensive events calendar, media and resource-sharing network in our local area.

  • Participate in our next member gathering and giveaway event (we're seeking a few good volunteers too)
  • Network and invite your friends, businesses and organizations to become members
  • Become web literate and proficient at your new foray into social networking
  • Partake of our design or event promotion services and classes
  • Become a member donor or local sponsor
  • Become more entrepreneurial and start or expand your business

If any of these offers are of interest to you, or you need more information, send a message to Linda Cotrufello, CO-ORGANIZER.

Thank you and enjoy!

- Linda & Johnny, CO-ORGANIZERS
Ashland Resource Center
At 2:39pm on March 6, 2009, Suzanne Mathis McQueen said…
Hey! I see you know Jessica. We've been friends for years and years. I'm the original owner of The Phoenix, and she's really taken off with it. Small world.
At 2:36pm on March 6, 2009, Suzanne Mathis McQueen said…
Sounds great, Tasha!
At 10:20am on March 6, 2009, Suzanne Mathis McQueen said…
Hi Tasha:

This is a wonderful community to feel supported and loved in while going through transitions. It's always tricky when your sweetie is in one place and you're in another. My guy is a musician who lives in LA as well. Nice that you'll both be settling here, it sounds like. Right?
Yes, I've met David through this site and we plan to get together soon. Thanks for pointing him out.
Have a wonderful day. It would be fun to do coffee sometime.
- Suzanne
At 8:57am on March 6, 2009, Claire Krulikowski said…
Yes, yes! I remember and when I saw your name/pic on ARC, I thought "Jeez, she's familiar and did a search on google & google images, but nothing rang that personal recollection of HOW I knew you. Thanks for recollecting. See ya around. - Claire
 
 
 

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