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Published: 2005/07/01

Help Hornings Hideout

North Plains, ORs Hornings Hideout has played host to several of the scenes best annual gathering including the Northwest String Summit, the Shakedown Campout and Music Festival and String Cheese Incident’s annual weekend gatherings. Now the scenic venue is seeking help from its own fans, asking for support in paying its growing fees and for fans. Additionally it is asking fans to contact Washington County Commissioner Andy Duyck and ask him to support the venues Measure 37 claim. Measure 37 makes it possible for property owners to submit claims to the government if they believe land use designations made on their property without their consent have created a financial loss. In a message posted online venue founder Bob Horning said, First I was very reluctant to ask for help, but then they told me how much they loved the place and wanted to do what they could and how they would be happy to help out to keep it all going. So I’m taking their advice, reluctantly, for it’s hard for me to ask, but if you would like to join them in helping me with these fees to keep the place open for all of you, it would be so much more than greatly appreciated. Those wishing to help should visit the PayPal account setup on Hornings Hideouts webpage.

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