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Sparrow Club: Meet Anna, our Sparrow for the 2018-2019 school year

Anna lives with a condition called Rett Syndrome — a rare, non-inherited genetic neurological disorder that primarily affects girls. Children with Rett Syndrome typically don’t show any signs of the disorder until they’re toddlers, around the age of two.

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Rogue compost helps grow food for people in need

Rogue Disposal & Recycling provides Rogue Compost and garden space to the ACCESS Food Share Gardens. According to Garden Coordinator Kim Barnes, “The gardens make a real difference to the lives of many in our community, both as places of gathering and as sources of sustenance."

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Coming together to feed the hungry

One in six Oregon families struggles to put food on the table. Through Mayor’s United, mayors throughout Jackson County come together to raise money and collect food donations to be divided up among the food pantries in their cities. Support for this important program is a way for Rogue Disposal & Recycling to help seniors, struggling families, and those who find themselves in need of food.

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Join Rogue at the rodeo!

Rogue Disposal & Recycling is proud to a sponsor of the 2018 Central Point Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo, May 31 through June 2.

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Helping provide scholarships for local kids

Rogue Disposal & Recycling is proud to sponsor the 2018 Parks Uncorked event, held this year on Friday, June 1 at Pear Blossom Park. This one-of-a-kind annual event includes an evening of wine tasting, food and music to raise funds for the Medford Parks & Recreation Foundation and the Medford Rotary Club.

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Sparrow Club: Meet Elianna, our Sparrow for the 2017-2018 school year

Sweet Elianna was a happy and healthy baby girl. Around her first birthday, her parents started noticing that she wasn’t hitting her key milestones. At 26 months, she actually started regressing in major areas, such as speech, sitting up, and walking. When Elianna was three her family received the heartbreaking diagnosis that she had Rett Syndrome.

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