Founded in 2005, TerraFirma has been a partner in keeping your home safe and sound structurally for over a decade. The foundation experts have gained a reputation of providing all customers with the best quality of service. Each employee is extensively trained and certified in foundation repair and basement waterproofing, so you can rest assured knowing you are in good hands.
At TerraFirma, we understand that foundation cracks, wet crawlspaces, and musty basements are stressful. We offer a free onsite estimate for all work that you may need to be completed, and we will work with you to customize a solution for your home.
TerraFirma stands by our promise of solving your foundation problem and basement needs in the most efficient manner.
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Join TerraFirma and the YMCA for a night of flops, rivers and turns. The second annual Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament benefitting the Phoenix Program will by held tomorrow at the Key Bank Club at 5:30pm. Bring your coworkers, friends and family to a fun filled night for a great cause.
Roseburg, OR - May 8, 2014
TerraFirma proudly presents the second annual Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament at the Key Bank Club inside Jeld-Wen Field. The doors will open at 5:30pm and play begins at 6:30pm. After a successful event last year, it was a sure thing that TerraFirma and The YMCA were on to something good, and here we are again in 2014, looking to build on that success.
Specifically we will be raising money for the Phoenix Program. The Phoenix Program provides an intensive emotional growth experience for teens, allowing them to focus on their strengths, helping young men and women grow up to become contributing adults. The program excels at creating a positive experience for teens in the Columbia-Willamette area including Yamhill, Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas and Clark County to achieve these goals.
You can register online for this event at http://ymcacw.org/poker-tournament, or contact Willard Burks at 503-663-7966. We look forward to seeing everyone there.
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