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The Slocum Foundation is pleased to sponsor Healthy Moves annual fundraising event -- Fall, Fashion, and Fitness on Friday, October 20th. This is our favorite annual fundraiser and Healthy Moves is celebrating being active in the Eugene community for six years! The night will include dessert and silent auction of items donated by local businesses and a Youth Fashion Show, with clothing benefiting the Brattain House of Eugene. Featured guest MC, Storm Kennedy, lively and soulful music, and some uniquely dynamic entertainment, you won't want to miss this night out for the entire family...

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Join us for the Silver Anniversary of the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Update, presented in joint providership with the OHSU School of Medicine. Our 25th annual event emphasizes the importance of exam skills in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal complaints. The Update will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 8:00a - 12:30p at the Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Eugene, OR. Primary care providers and allied health professionals are encouraged to attend.

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The Slocum Research & Education Foundation is pleased to announce the upcoming event "Concussion Conference 2017: Sport-Related Concussion Care" on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017; 8:00a - 12:30p at the Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Eugene, Oregon. We are proud to offer this event...

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Each year, the Foundation's Duck Game Parking Fundraisers help support local schools and athletic programs by generating over $30,000 in proceeds. Due to overwhelming demand, the Foundation conducted a random lottery this year to determine which schools or programs would be offered Duck Game Parking Fundraisers for the 2017 Football season. The following schools were selected:

  • Southern Utah, 9/2/2017: Junction City HS & Churchill HS
  • Nebraska, 9/9/2017: Thurston HS & Springfield HS
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Each year, the Slocum Foundation is overwhelmed by the scope of talent, academic achievement, and service-minded high school seniors living in our community. This year was no exception. For 2017, our competitive, one-time $1500 awards are going to six college-bound students who will be pursing academic interests leading to a health-related career:

  • Isabella Chitwood-Fox, South Eugene High School, attending Oregon State University Honors College
  • Hannah DesChamp, North Eugene High School, attending Oregon State University
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The Slocum Research & Education Foundation is pleased to accept applications for the 2017 College Scholarship Program for High School Seniors. In 2016, the Slocum Foundation awarded $1,500 to seven talented and well-rounded students who plan to pursue a career in healthcare, health-related research, public or community health.

The Slocum Foundation's mission is to improve musculoskeletal care across the lifespan through community-based research, education and collaboration. Supporting the development of future health professionals through our annual scholarship...

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Slocum Research and Education Foundation is pleased to sponsor the 5th Annual Fall, Fashion & Fitness fundraiser benefiting the Healthy Moves program. This is the third year the Slocum Foundation has identified Healthy Moves as a key community leader and collaborator for championing youth physical activity and literacy.

Healthy Moves is a non-profit organization bringing movement, fitness and fun to local elementary schools.  Due to budgets cuts over the last several years, many physical education programs have had to be...

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The Slocum Foundation is pleased to offer, in joint providership with Oregon Health & Science University, our 24th Annual Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Update:

Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain

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The Slocum Center parking lot is a convenient walk to the University of Oregon’s Autzen Stadium. By choosing to park at Slocum, fans are supporting high school athletic programs and teams.

The Slocum Foundation's Duck Parking Fundraisers have generated more than $30,000 each year for local school fitness and athletic programs. Proceeds benefit everyone from athletic supplies and equipment to capital improvements at schools and venues. In 2014, the list of...

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