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Monday, February 13, 2012

City Club to Take on East-West Divide

This week the City Club of Bend will attempt to tackle the Eastside vs Westside divide in what should be an interesting and far reaching conversation, rife with geographic stereotypes.

Posted By on Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 5:27 PM

It doesn’t take long for new arrivals to figure out that Bend is divided into two towns. It’s a story of have and have-nots, but also one of values— cross and road bikes versus motorcross bikes, if you will. This week the City Club of Bend will attempt to tackle the Eastside vs Westside divide in what should be an interesting and far-reaching conversation, rife with geographic stereotypes. The lunch hour forum is scheduled for Thurs. Feb. 16 at St. Charles hospital. The discussion starts at 11:30 and includes lunch. Cost is $20 for members and $35 for non-members. Organizers request that interested folks RSVP by Tues. Feb. 14. If you’re planning to attend, we recommend that you do that. Those who procrastinate will be charged an additional $5 for registration($25 and $40 respectively). Info, www.cityclubco.com.


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