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Southern Oregon Sparrow Clubs – Meet our new flock

Meet our new flock of Sparrows for this 2021-2022 school year. Sparrow Clubs provide financial and emotional support for children in medical need and their families.

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“Rigs Of The Rogue” is a big hit at this year's Jackson County Fair

“Rigs of the Rogue” showcased an eclectic display of the amazing variety of vehicles that are used, driven and loved right here in the Rogue Valley.

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Rogue Compost donation helps green-thumb civic organization make good things grow.

Founded in 1912, the Talent Garden Club is one of Jackson County’s oldest civic organizations and is always looking at ways to better their community.

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Joining forces to feed the hungry: 12th annual Mayors United event raises highest-ever amount.

This year’s Mayors United event and auction, held virtually on March 5, raised over $155,000 for ACCESS.

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Celebrating Ollie’s third birthday, Rogue Disposal & Recycling style!

For some kids, it’s dinosaurs. For others, it’s space ships and rockets. But for Ollie, nothing beats the bright red Rogue Disposal & Recycling truck that comes through his neighborhood each Friday.

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Good things are growing thanks to a unique partnership rooted in helping others.

What do raised beds and root vegetables have to do with Rogue Disposal & Recycling? Simple. We believe in giving back to the people and communities we serve.

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Saddle up for family fun!

Rogue Disposal & Recycling is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Central Point Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo — Thursday, May 30 through Saturday, June 1.

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Sparrow Club: Meet Anna, our Sparrow for the 2018-2019 school year

Anna lives with a condition called Rett Syndrome — a rare, non-inherited genetic neurological disorder that primarily affects girls. Children with Rett Syndrome typically don’t show any signs of the disorder until they’re toddlers, around the age of two.

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Rogue compost helps grow food for people in need.

Rogue Disposal & Recycling provides Rogue Compost and garden space to the ACCESS Food Share Gardens. According to Garden Coordinator Kim Barnes, “The gardens make a real difference to the lives of many in our community, both as places of gathering and as sources of sustenance."

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Coming together to feed the hungry

One in six Oregon families struggles to put food on the table. Through Mayor’s United, mayors throughout Jackson County come together to raise money and collect food donations to be divided up among the food pantries in their cities. Support for this important program is a way for Rogue Disposal & Recycling to help seniors, struggling families, and those who find themselves in need of food.

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