Course Rating

  1. How are courses rated?

    OGA is responsible for rating courses in Oregon and SW Washington. Each course is rated once every 7-8 years, more often if there are enough changes to the course to deem it necesary. Very basically, landing zones are analyzed for Scratch and Bogey, Male and Female golfers, from each set of tees. Difficulty is assessed for each Obstacle: topography, fairway, recoverability and rough, bunkers, water, trees, green target and surface. Also considered are factors such as roll, wind and altitude. The primary factor of Course Rating is having an accurate yardage of the course.

    If you would like to learn more, here is a link to a series of articles about Course Rating: http://oga.org/handicaps/tee-green-and-all-between-course-rating-primer

  2. Where do I find the Course Handicap lookup tool to determine my course handicap?

    The Course Handicap Lookup is located in a slightly different location on our new website. With a more comprehensive integration of the GHIN widgets, we hope you'll find looking up Handicaps, Score Histories, Index History, Course Handicaps now easier and in all one location. You can find the Handicap Lookup tool by clicking on "Handicap Lookup" in the top navigation menu. You can also access directly by clicking here.

Handicap

  1. How can I edit a score that has been posted to GHIN?

    The quick answerr is that you can't. Once a score gets posted to GHIN, only someone who has access to your scoring record can edit or delete a score. That includes your Handicap Chair and their committee, sometimes the Pro at a golf course, or someone in the Pro Shop imight also have access to the GHIN Handicap Program. You can also call or email OGA with a request to change your score.

  2. How can I Update my Partners' Handicap Index on the GHIN/OGA Mobile App?

    The GHIN/OGA Mobile App does not automatically update the Handicap Index for Revisions. In order to update your Partners' Handicap Index, click on the Refresh button on the upper right hand corner of the screen, we added the yellow arrow to show where the refresh button is located. The update will happen almost instantly.

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  3. My club is out of OGA Cards or Labels to print a Handicap Card, how do we get more?

    The OGA provides clubs with OGA Handicap Membership Cards as well as Labels for your printer at no additional cost to your club. You may either call our office at 503-981-4653 or send an email to our Handicapping & Course Rating Department HERE with your club information & request and we'll get them out in the mail to you.

  4. What are this year's OGA Membership Dues?

    OGA Membership dues are currently $35 per member.

    Each Club’s annual fee (determined by your club) provides members with all the benefits of OGA Membership along with the benefits of the Club . For example, if a Club charges $75, $35 goes toward a OGA membership & $40 goes to the club for banquets, events, prize pots, etc.

    The OGA will send out the first billing to member clubs following the March 15th revision.”

  5. When does score posting season end for the season?

    Score posting season in Oregon & SW Washington runs March 1st - November 30th. If you have questions about score posting or handicapping, you may contact or Handicapping Department directly by clicking here or by calling the office at 503-981-4653 x226

  6. When does my OGA Membership expire?

    OGA membership runs calendar year, from January 1st through December 31st.  Every OGA member club manages their own member activation and deactivation process and generally reviews their GHIN (Golf Handicap Information Network) rosters from January through April to update membership.  Depending on bookkeeping preferences, some clubs will inactivate their entire roster at one time, and will simply reactivate members as they pay dues to rejoin for the new season.

    In order to take advantage of all of your OGA Membership Benefits, two of which include being able to continually post scores and enter competitions with an active and current USGA Handicap Index, please ask your club when you can pay your dues for the upcoming golf season.  If you are traveling for the off season, it’s a great idea to pay your club in advance so that handicapping services are uninterrupted. 

    If your club makes you inactive, you will lose the ability to post scores and will no longer receive Handicap Index updates.  

  7. Where do I find the Course Handicap lookup tool to determine my course handicap?

    The Course Handicap Lookup is located in a slightly different location on our new website. With a more comprehensive integration of the GHIN widgets, we hope you'll find looking up Handicaps, Score Histories, Index History, Course Handicaps now easier and in all one location. You can find the Handicap Lookup tool by clicking on "Handicap Lookup" in the top navigation menu. You can also access directly by clicking here.

  8. How do I get a GHIN handicap card?

    Although it’s not a requirement to carry a card in order to “prove” your handicap, many golfers like to have one handy.  There are several ways to get a card.  One is to go to your club’s GHIN computer and print one out from the on-demand printer (labelwriter).  Some clubs do not have a printer available, so you may want to check with your Handicap Chair.  Another way to get a card is to print your eRevision report which you get via email on the 1st and 15th (your current email address must be logged into GHIN).  And finally, the most convenient method is to get the free GHIN mobile app, which you can download by searching “GHIN” in the App Store (iPhone), or Google Play (Android).  The mobile app is a great way to post scores, look up your friends’ handicaps, and, if you click on “My Card”, you’ll see your current card displayed. Although it’s not a requirement to carry a card in order to “prove” your handicap, many golfers like to have one handy. To get a Handicap “sticker” and the card you would affix it to, you must go to your club’s computer and print one out, or ask your Handicap Chair to do this for you. Conversely, you could print out your next eRevision report, which is delivered via email on each revision date, and carry it in your wallet. Just make sure we have your correct email address so you’ll get delivery.

  9. I didn’t get my latest eRevision report. Now what do I do?

    First, please make sure that your eRevision has not been routed to your spam or junk file. Algorithims that determine where your email goes change constantly, so even though you received it last month it may still end up here. Secondly, make sure that the email on file in your GHIN record is the correct email address here - CHECK YOUR GHIN MEMBER RECORD HERE. You will also want to ensure that you have the email address revisionupdate@ghin.com whitelisted or included in your Safe Sender list. If after you've tried these methods and you still have not received your eRevision, please contact us directly. 

    The system is set up to attempt to send the eRevision three times – after that, delivery is discontinued. You may want to try an alternate email address or sign up for a free Gmail account and use that one to receive. Often email service providers will not deliver emails if two people in the same household share the same email address.

  10. I tried to post a score on www.ghin.com, and it says that I’m inactive. What should I do?

    This message means that your club has inactivated your record, which our member clubs tend to do any time from January through April of each year. You will want to contact your club to inquire about renewing for the season; or, if you have already paid your dues, contact your club anyway to inquire about the delay. If you wish to join a different club, go to our web site at www.oga.org, and click on Join the OGA Today to expedite your membership reactivation.

  11. What is the “R” next to my Handicap Index?

    The “R” indicates that a golfer’s Handicap Index has undergone a reduction due to exceptional tournament scores, posted within the last 12 months. The reduction procedure is an automatic component of Index calculations, and a crucial part of the Handicap System. It is meant to identify players who excel in competition beyond their normal Index.

    Two factors comprise reductions:

    1. How far below your Index your best two eligible T scores are.
    2. How many eligible T scores you have in your T score counter.

    As the Handicap System will always determine the player’s potential ability, this procedure follows that philosophy in keying into what the player’s best T scores have been in the last 12 months. T scores cease to be “eligible” after their one-year anniversary dates

  12. What do the different letter(s) mean next to my scores?

    The letter(s) immediately following each adjusted gross score indicate(s) specific aspects of a score within a player's scoring record:

    • A = Away
    • AI = Away Internet
    • C = Combined Nines
    • I = Internet
    • P = Penalty
    • T = Tournament
    • TI = Tournament Internet
    • CI = Combined Internet (at least one of the nines was posted via the internet)
  13. What are the different letters next to a Handicap Index?

    Different types of handicaps are identified by letter designations. Each “handicap type” is identified as follows: 

    • L = Local Handicap 
    • M = Handicap modified by the club’s Handicap Committee or Membership was activated between Revisions
    • N = Nine-hole Handicap Index
    • NL – Local nine-hole handicap 
    • R = Handicap automatically reduced for exceptional tournament performance (see below for detailed explanation)
    • SL = Short Course Handicap
    • WD = Handicap withdrawn by the club’s Handicap Committee
  14. What is the difference between a Handicap Index and a Course Handicap? How do I determine my Course Handicap?

    A Handicap Index is a number that indicates a player’s skill and is taken to one decimal place (ex., 10.4). You might refer to your Index as your “raw” handicap. You never actually use this Index while playing; rather, you must first convert it to the slope of the specific set of tees you are playing in order to get a Course Handicap. This will create a whole number, and is what makes your Handicap Index portable from course to course. You might need fewer strokes on an easier course and more strokes on a harder course – so, it’s imperative that you take this step! Convert your Index by entering it into a Slope (Conversion) Chart at a golf course, or locating them in the back of the booklet “The USGA Handicap System Reference Guide” (contact the OGA office to get one!). Another quick and easy way to convert your Index to a Course Handicap is to go to the Handicapping Page on this site. Scroll down and on the left side you will find a “Handicap Calculator”. Put in your Index and the slope of the tees you are playing, and hit Submit. This will give you a Course Handicap.

  15. When I post a score, it asks me for my “adjusted” or “ESC” score. What does this mean?

    For handicap purposes, you must make a downward adjustment to individual hole scores when you exceed your maximum strokes allowed. This adjustment is called “Equitable Stroke Control”. ESC keeps an exceptionally bad hole from changing a Handicap Index too much and sets a maximum ESC number that a player can post on any hole depending on the player’s Course Handicap. To see what your ESC number is, take your Handicap Index and convert it to the slope of the set of tees you are playing. For example, if I have a 14.1 Index and am playing a set of tees with a slope of 130, I will have a 16 Course Handicap. This means that the most I can post on any given hole is a 7. All types of scores must have ESC applied for handicap purposes, even tournament scores.

  16. How many scores does it take to establish a Handicap Index?

    A player needs a minimum of five 18-hole scores to calculate an 18-hole Handicap Index (or, ten 9- hole scores to calculate an 18-hole Handicap Index). You also need five rounds to calculate a 9-hole Handicap Index. Regardless of what type of Index you carry, once you have five rounds in your scoring record, and pass a revision you will receive your Index.

Membership

  1. I've changed my email address or i don't receive my eRevisions via email, what should i do?

    It's super easy to update on your own, all it takes is entering your GHIN #, last name & two clicks of your mouse. Simply follow this link to update your personal information in GHIN to ensure you receive your handicap revision emails on the 1st & 15th of each month. You will also want to ensure that you have the email address revisionupdate@ghin.com whitelisted or included in your Safe Sender list to avoid the emails being caught by spam/junk email filtering. In the event of you still not receiving your handicap revisions even after updating your information, please contact us.

  2. I don’t receive Pacific Northwest Golfer and Golf Digest magazines at my home address. How can I update my information?

    It’s easy! Simply follow this link to update your address to ensure you receive your subscriptions to Pacific Northwest Golfer and Golf Digest magazines. In the event of you still not receiving your magazines even after updating your information, please contact us. We anticipate Golf Digest Magazine will begin arriving in home in June or July.
     

  3. Can I be a member of more than one club?

    Of course! You can be a member of as many clubs as you like. Just make sure to keep your established GHIN Number with every club you are a member of.

    Near the end of the season, keep an eye out for the OGA Multi-Member Rebate form. If you are a member of more than one OGA Member Club, you can apply for a $20 rebate (up from $10 in 2015). The form should be up on the OGA website by October.

  4. What benefits do I receive as an OGA member?

    Whether you join the OGA online or directly through a club of your choice, all OGA members receive the following benefits:

    • A USGA Handicap Index
    • Golf discounts (OGA member rate at the OGA Golf Course & PNGA member rate at The Home Course in DuPont, Wash. and at Chambers Bay GC in University Place, Wash.)
    • Preferred pricing, discounts and deals with OGA Partners, including: Portland Trail Blazers; Moda Center, Columbia Employee Store and more.
    • Opportunity to purchase the member-only ExploreOregonGolf Passport, saving you hundreds to thousands of dollars in golf savings around the state and region
    • Membership in the Pacific Northwest Golf Association
    • Subscription to Pacific Northwest Golfer magazine
    • One-year subscription to Golf Digest magazine
    • Invitation to attend local Rules seminars and workshops, including a free Rules of Golf book
    • Opportunities to play in OGA Championships and OGA Tour events
  5. Where do my OGA Member Dues go?

    Your OGA Member Dues helps us in what we do – including:

    • Handicapping
    • Rating Oregon and SW Washington courses
    • Running OGA Championships, Oregon Junior Golf, OGA Tour events and OGA administration

    OGA dues also support organizations such as Oregon Junior Golf and the Evans Scholarship Foundation.

  6. How much are OGA Member Dues?

    OGA Member Dues are $35. This means that $35 of your payment toward joining whichever club you join goes to the OGA.

    If you decide to join the OGA through our Online Membership Program, the price is $56.95. That is because we kick back $20 per online member of each club (with the exception of the Junior Supporters Club, where $20 goes to support junior golf in Oregon) to the club itself, plus there’s a $1.95 transaction fee. Therefore, the remaining $35 is your OGA Membership Dues.

  7. I'm new to Oregon, can my scores & Handicap Index be transferred from my previous Golf Association?

    So long as your previous state or regional Golf Association was on GHIN, your scoring record and last index can follow you to Oregon. When signing up either in person or online, simply provide your previous GHIN number and your scores & record will automatically be set up for you. If you need more assistance, contact our Membership Department

    Not sure which club to choose or just want a handicap to track your progress and all the other benefits associated with OGA Membership, we recommend joining the OGA Golf Club, which donates $20 of your membership fee to community Junior Golf Programs such as Oregon Junior Golf and First Tee. This includes all benefits of OGA Membership with a GHIN Handicap Index.

  8. When does my OGA Membership expire?

    OGA membership runs calendar year, from January 1st through December 31st.  Every OGA member club manages their own member activation and deactivation process and generally reviews their GHIN (Golf Handicap Information Network) rosters from January through April to update membership.  Depending on bookkeeping preferences, some clubs will inactivate their entire roster at one time, and will simply reactivate members as they pay dues to rejoin for the new season.

    In order to take advantage of all of your OGA Membership Benefits, two of which include being able to continually post scores and enter competitions with an active and current USGA Handicap Index, please ask your club when you can pay your dues for the upcoming golf season.  If you are traveling for the off season, it’s a great idea to pay your club in advance so that handicapping services are uninterrupted. 

    If your club makes you inactive, you will lose the ability to post scores and will no longer receive Handicap Index updates.  

  9. How Do I Join The OGA?

    Joining the OGA is simple! You have two options A) visit your local golf club and ask about membership in their Men's or Women's Club or B) join the OGA directly through one of our Join Online Participating Clubs. Not sure which club to choose or just want a handicap to track your progress and all the other benefits associated with OGA Membership, we recommend joining the Junior Supporters Club, which donates $20 of your membership fee to community Junior Golf Programs such as Oregon Junior Golf and First Tee. This includes all benefits of OGA Membership with a GHIN Handicap Index.

Rules of Golf

  1. How can the OGA help me with a Rules question?

    The OGA staff and Volunteer Rules Officials are known for their vast knowledge on the Rules of Golf. You can either call the OGA at 503-981-4653 or send an email to rules@oga.org.

  2. I am playing in an OGA event, what Rules should I know?

    Playing in an OGA tournament click here for the OGA Local Rules and Conditions of Competition. The OGA has specific Pace of Play rules, click here for the OGA Pace of Play Guidelines.

  3. How do I become a Rules Official?

    The first step is to attend a PGA/USGA Rules of Golf Workshop and score a minimum of 75% on the 100 question test that is administered at the end of the workshop. Second a ride along with a Senior OGA Rules Official is required before being put on the golf course to officiate.

  4. Does the OGA provide educational seminars on the Rules of Golf?

    Yes, the OGA provides Regional Rules of Golf Workshops covering many areas across Oregon. These Workshops are eight hours of detailed instruction designed for individuals who are familiar with the game and wish to acquire a better understanding of the Rules of Golf. The Workshops focus on the more commonly used Rules of Golf and the associated definitions. Click here for our Rules of Golf workshop schedule

  5. Would the OGA come and host a Rules Presentation at my Club?

    Yes, this is one of the free services the OGA provides. The OGA staff and Volunteer Rules Officials are known for their vast knowledge on the Rules of Golf. You can either call the OGA at 503-981-4653 or send an email to rules@oga.org to set up a time and date for us to come and present to your Club.

  6. Is there Rules information or material that can be posted at my Club?

    Yes, two Senior OGA Rules Officials, Pete Scholz and Terry McEvilly, write a Rule of the Month. These articles and quizzes are a great resource that can be posted. Other resources regarding The OGA’s position on Gambling, Amateur Status, Winter Rules or Distance Measuring Devices contact the OGA at 503-981-4653 or send an email to rules@oga.org. Click Here for the Rule of the Month.

  7. Where can I get a Rules book? Or purchase a book on the Decisions on the Rules of Golf?

    Rules books are free from the OGA and we will be happy to ship them to you and the members of your club (maximum of 20). You may purchase a book on the Decisions on the Rules of Golf from the OGA. The cost is $13 if you pick up at the OGA office or $15 shipped. Contact the OGA at 503-981-4653 or send an email to rules@oga.org.

  8. What is the OGA's recommendation and opinion on "Winter Rules"?

    Click Here for the OGA's position on "Winter Rules".

OGA Tour

  1. Do I have to be an OGA member to participate?

    No. OGA Tour events are open to anyone who would like to participate. However, OGA members receive a discount on entry fees. There is also an early-bird discount for signing up before the early-bird deadline.

  2. Can I participate without a handicap?

    Yes. OGA Tour events use handicaps to break the fields into flights. A full field event (80 players) will have 4 flights. Two in the Open Division and two in the Senior Division. If you do not have an active membership with the OGA, you will only participate in flight one of the gross competition in the division you register for.

  3. Are there divisions?

    Yes. At each event there is an Open and a Senior Division. The Open Division is open to all ages and the Senior Division is open to all players 50 years and older as of the day of the event. Depending on the size of the field, divisions are broken into flights determined by handicap.

  4. What is the competition format?

    The OGA Tour offers an individual and a partner series. The individual series plays 18 holes of stroke play. The partner series plays a fourball competition, in which two competitors play as a team, each playing their own ball. The lowest score of the partners is the score for the hole. Top gross and net finishers in each flight are awarded merchandise payouts.

  5. Do I need to join the OGA Tour?

    No. The OGA Tour is open to all golfers and does not require you to “join the tour” to participate. The number of events you play in is entirely up to the player.

  6. What is the OGA Tour?

    The OGA Tour is a casual competition offering events from April to September. It is available to Men, Women, Seniors and Juniors of all ages and skill levels. The OGA Tour culminates with a year-end Tour Championship each year held at a prestigious OGA Member facility.

Championships

  1. Help, the system won't let me register for an event - what should I do?

    Sometimes, after creating and logging into your TPP profile, players sometimes find they're unable to register for an event they're trying to register for. If the system determines you "eligible" for an event, there will be a small checkbox to the left of the event name. However, sometimes you may be "eligible", but we'll need to make an adjustment or correction to your player record before you're able to register. Some examples include NH index instead of #, inactive status, no GHIN number in your profile, incorrect birth date, incorrect gender among others. If you encouter this, please contact our Championship Department for further assistance.

  2. How do I post a photo so that it shows in live scoring?

    To have a photo display in OGA & Oregon Junior Golf Live Scoring, you can simply upload a photo to your TPP player profile (what you log into & use to register for events). You'll need to upload a photo that is 200 pixels wide x 150 pixels tall or else the photo will distort to those dimensions.

    Click here to login to your Oregon Junior Golf player profile. Click here to login to your Oregon Golf Association (Championships) player profile

    If you'd like us to crop & upload a photo for you, you may email your photo to our Communications Team

Junior Golf

  1. When Will I Be Charged For My Child's Event Entry?

    For all sanctioned & major tournaments, all registered players are immediate placed on a pending list. After the close of entries has passed, Oregon Junior Golf will go through the approval process to process entries into the field. At that time, your Credit Card will charged the entry fee. If you child does not gain entry into the tournament, a waiting list will be established and your Credit Card will not be charged 

    For all Erling Jacobsen Tour events, your Credit Card will be charged immediately upon registering for the event.

    If you have any additional questions, please contact Oregon Junior Golf

  2. How do I post a photo so that it shows in live scoring?

    To have a photo display in OGA & Oregon Junior Golf Live Scoring, you can simply upload a photo to your TPP player profile (what you log into & use to register for events). You'll need to upload a photo that is 200 pixels wide x 150 pixels tall or else the photo will distort to those dimensions.

    Click here to login to your Oregon Junior Golf player profile. Click here to login to your Oregon Golf Association (Championships) player profile

    If you'd like us to crop & upload a photo for you, you may email your photo to our Communications Team

  3. What is Oregon Junior Golf

    Oregon Junior Golf is one of the premiere regional junior golf programs in the nation. It is run under the banner of Oregon Junior Golf Fund, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose purpose is to promote junior golf through education and competitions for kids 8-18 years of age.  OJG Membership, the Erling Jacobsen Tour, and also Youth on Course are available to youth ages 7-18.

  4. Why join Oregon Junior Golf?

    As a member of Oregon Junior Golf (OJG) you are also registered for the Youth on Course (YOC) program (providing $5 green fees for juniors).  To earn your YOC Membership card, an additional survey must also be completed (no additional charge).  OJG Membership also means you are also a member of the Oregon Golf Association.  If you do not already have a USGA Handicap Index, you will be assigned a GHIN number. This GHIN number allows you to post your scores and earn a USGA Handicap Index  for competition and game improvement tracking.  Membership for 2017 is $30. After you complete the registration process, you will receive a welcome kit that will include additional information regarding our policies, how to register for events, Rule book, and a member bagtag.  Membership is required for participation in any OJG Majors.    

  5. What Benefits Are Included?

    Every new member will receive a personalized bag tag, priority registration and discounted entry into our 60+ events during the year. All members also become active members of the Oregon Junior Golf Club, an OGA Associate Member Club. This allows you to post scores online and earn a USGA Handicap Index.

  6. What Other Activities are Supported by Oregon Junior Golf?

    In addition to our tournaments, Oregon Junior Golf conducts qualifiers for USGA National Championships, provides travel support to members that have advanced to the national championship as well as other prestigious international events including Junior Worlds, Boys and Girls Junior America’s Cup Teams, and Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches.
    Oregon Junior Golf Fund also provides in-kind or some financial support to The First Tee of Greater Portland and the Leisure Hour Junior Golf Program.
  7. Are Parents Allowed on the Course?

    Yes, but there are strict guidelines for spectators including remaining 20 yards behind all players at all times; no talking, signaling or making any action that may be construed as giving advice to a contestant. In addition, talking on a CELL phone is strictly prohibited.

  8. How Are Competitions Organized?

    Players are placed into flights based on gender and their age as of the last day of the tournament as follows:
     
    * Pee Wee Boys (age 8-9)
    * Pee Wee Girls (age 8-9)
    * Pee Wee Boys (age 10-11)
    * Pee Wee Girls (age 10-11)
    * Intermediate Boys (age 12-13)
    * Intermediate Girls (age 12-14)
    * Boys (age 14-15)
    * Girls (age 15-18)
    * Juniors (Boys, age 16-18)
     
    **Boys Open Division (age 14-18)
    **Girls Open Division (age 12-18)

    **Open Divisions are only offered at select OJG Major Tournaments and are an additional option for junior golfers who would like to compete at a longer yardage. All regular divisions are still offered at these events.
  9. What are OPEN Divisions?

    OPEN Divisions were created in 2013 and have been introduced to provide more skilled and experienced juniors the opportunity to compete against one another over a more challenging, longer course.

    The OPEN Divisions are open to 12-18 year old girls and 14-18 year old boys. Though all players in this age range are eligible, the division is intended only for more skilled and experienced players. The course yardages will be approximately 5,800-6,000 yards for girls and 6,600-6,800 yards for boys.

    Players should not register for OPEN Divisions until they can meet the following benchmark - The junior should have the ability to regularly break 85 for girls and 80 for boys on a regulation course, played under the Rules of Golf. A regulation course would be a course of approximately 6,200 yards or longer for boys or 5,400 yards or longer for girls. If a player registers for OPEN divisions and demonstrates that they do not possess the appropriate golf skill, Oregon Junior Golf reserves the right to limit future participation in OPEN Divisions.

  10. Does Oregon Junior Golf Provide Instruction?

    No. Oregon Junior Golf is an organization that provides playing opportunities for its members and highly recommends that you visit your local PGA professional and golf course for information on Junior Golf camps as well as individual and group lessons.

  11. What Are The Costs?

    The annual fee to become a member of Oregon Junior Golf is $30. Additionally, summer competitiosn range from $9 - $35 for one-day events and up to $60 for week long state championship events. The entry fee at most events includes lunch and beverage during the day.  The winter series competitions range from $25-$65 October-March.  

  12. How Can I Help?

    Generous donations from corporations and individuals along with significant overhead support from the OGA make it possible to administer a junior golf program for over 1,500 youth in Oregon and Southwest Washington. You may make a tax-deductible donation online at HERE. Volunteer opportunities are also available!

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