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The JPR Pickathon Giveaway

JPR is giving away a pair of weekend passes* to the 2019 Pickathon Music Festival. All new members who join by Noon on July 8th will be entered into the drawing.

Click HERE to participate by making a new member pledge to JPR.

And as a thank you to all of our current members, JPR will hold a separate drawing for a second pair of weekend passes that includes all current members! We'll announce the winners on Open Air on July 9th.

This year’s Pickathon Music Festival, in Happy Valley (near Portland), is coming up August 2nd through 4th, and features an amazing lineup of musical artists, including:

Nathaniel Ratelif and the Night Sweats
Mandolin Orange
Phil Lesh
Laura Veirs
Fruit Bats
Mountain Man
Courtney Marie Andrews
…and dozens of others.

Pickathon offers a spectacular backdrop for live music, with multiple stages located around the grounds and wooded hillsides of Pendarvis Farm. Pickathon has been recognized as a leader in sustainable practices for music festivals. Eliminating single-use cups, bottles, dishes, and utensils, Pickathon is the only outdoor music festival in the United States to minimize all single-use dishware.

* A weekend ticket allows entry for one person ages 17+ plus a tent camping space in the designated general camping areas at Pendarvis Farm for the weekend weekend. Parking is not included.

A contribution is not required to participate in the drawing. If you would like to enter the drawing without making a pledge, send an email to contest@jeffnet.org and include your first and last name, phone number, mailing address and email address.

Soleil manages JPR's Administration and Finance departments, overseeing the myriad financial and reporting requirements necessary to enable JPR to serve the region. She earned a Master's degree in Business Administration from Southern Oregon University and a Bachelor's of Science in Community Development from Portland State University.