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Assistant general manager Mark Johnson says it is an event for the employees to come together and have fun while also showing off their skills.
This year it was extra special as they held a dedication for a mural at the Dr. Edwin Coleman Jr. Community Center.
The hospital holds the reunion every year to give families and nurses the opportunity to reconnect and share in each other's company months, years, and even decades after they spent time together in the NICU.
Hosted by the RiverRidge golf course, head coach and golf pro Pat Church says it would not be possible without all the help from volunteers.
Steve Hensley is a disabled veteran. He was attending the Fourth of July fireworks festival at Day Island Park and that was the last any one of his family members saw of him before receiving word that he was found badly beaten in the parking lot behind Joey's Pizza on A street.
Roger Brubaker, the suicide prevention coordinator for Lane County Public Health, said prevention and intervention are what we can actively do to keep these tragic deaths from happening.
This is the first time the winery has hosted this event, but those who showed up and showed off their vintage wheels say that they have events all the time.
As of 4 P.M. Sunday the weekend attendance totaled 58,330, their largest attendance since the 1980's.
The festival goes until Sunday and begins at 11 A.M.
Firefighters were also able to salvage some personal photos belonging to the man living in the home and return them to him.