Stahancyk, Kent, & Hook regularly hosts and sponsors community events for a wide variety of causes. Below is a list of past events our firm has helped bring to life.

Michael Allen Harrison Concert

Michael Allen Harrison

Michael dazzled Central Oregon last year with his cutting edge classical contemporary style and this year, he'll do it again. Michael has performed for President Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Quincy Jones, the Dalai Lama and many others. Now, he plays for you at two very special concert events:
Saturday, March 5th, 2011 at 7pm
Sunday, March 6th, 2011 at 3pm
You also have a chance to Meet and Greet Michael at a preconcert reception on Saturday, March 5th! Cocktails and hors d'oeurves will be served, hosted by Stahancyk, Kent & Hook PC

Michael Allen Harrison shares his musical talents with the citizens of Crook County. See the Central Oregonian article here.

SK&H 2010 Holiday Parties

Mr. Gregg

Stahancyk, Kent & Hook hosted three separate holiday parties this year. The Portland office enjoyed a wonderful night at Senior Shareholder, Jody Stahancyk's home. The Vancouver office held its annual Secret Santa holiday gift exchange in the Charles Brown House. The Bend office hosted its holiday party at Club Carerra. All the parties were filled with laughs, great company, tasty drinks, and fabulous food.
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Joel J. Kent Hosts a Farmer's Feast to Remember!


13 guests enjoyed a five course meal that included local farmed foods prepared by our very talented chef! Delicious and beneficial to the community, the event raised money for MountainStar Family Relief Nursery, a local nonprofit. The incredible club room was donated by Carrera Motors and decorated for the local farm theme by Lara, check out the pictures! Cheers to Joel and Rachel, for hosting an incredibly successful evening! October 21st, 2010
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Mountainstar Family Relief Nursery

The Upriver Adventure Party!

Astoria Column

The goal of this worthwhile event was to extend the awareness of Astoria's Bicentennial to the Portland area and beyond, as well as to raise funds for the celebrations that will take place throughout 2011. October 17th, 2010
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Astoria Column