Join Us April 6th from 9am to 9pm!

Let’s Stamp Out Hunger is an all-day crop for card-makers, scrapbookers, paper-crafters, and stampers. Our purpose is to raise funds and food for the Clatsop Emergency Food Bank and to bring crafters together for a day of fun and learning. Several Make ‘N Take projects will be offered throughout the day along with door prizes, a silent auction, and a raffle.

Come join us at:
Astoria High School
1001 West Marine Drive
Astoria, OR 97103

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Why should you get involved?

5,000 Hungry People

Over 5,000 would have gone hungry in 2018 without assistance from the Clatsop Emergency Food Bank.

1,700 Hungry Children

Of those 5000 people, approximately 1700 were children.

500 Homeless People Fed

The Clatsop Emergency Food Bank fed 500 of the most vulnerable members of our community.

Largest Fundraiser

Let's Stamp Out Hunger is the largest fundraiser for the Clatsop Emergency Food Bank.

This event was founded in 2015 by Bobbi Brice and Cindy Miller and the board was established in 2018. The following board members have put in several hours of their personal time to organize this fundraising event for paper crafters. Those who are interested in offering their time to volunteer for this very worthy event, please use the contact us link at the bottom of this page.

Our Board Members

  • Susan Bartlett
  • Nancy Cole
  • Barbi England
  • Lynn Hoth
  • Wanda Riley
  • Becky Schoelich
  • Mari-jo Truett
  • Jane Tucker
  • Cindy Young
  • Melissa Tennison (Tech)
  • Bobbi Brice (Co-founder)
  • Cindy Miller (Co-founder)

Participants should bring:

  1. Their own projects
  2. $10 or 10 non-perishable food items
  3. Money for raffle tickets and the silent auction (tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10)
  4. No one under the age of 15

Participants can expect:

  1. A lunch with a vegetarian friendly option will be provided
  2. Make and Take projects every hour between 10am and 6pm
  3. Door Prizes every hour between 10am and 8pm (you must be present to win)
  4. A raffle drawing and silent auction

We cannot accept credit or debit cards at the event.

There is a TLC-Fiber Federal Credit Union and a US Bank in downtown Astoria.

If you plan to make a fun weekend out of attending our event on Saturday, be sure to check out these local hot spot recommendations.

Where to eat:

  1. T Paul’s Supper Club
  2. T Paul’s Urban Café
  3. El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant
  4. Ft. George Brewery
  5. Buoy Beer
  1. Fulio’s Pastaria
  2. Fultano’s Pizza
  3. Good to Go
  4. 3 Cups Coffee House
  5. Subway

Where to stay:

  1. Cannery Pier Hotel: This luxury hotel is right on the waterfront and offers the best view in Astoria.
  2. Crest Motel: The crafty owners of this establishment offer nice rooms with an incredible view of the river at a reasonable price.
  3. Atomic Motel: Budget friendly and right downtown next to the Pig ‘n Pancake restaurant which is also highly recommended.

Where to shop:

  1. Young at Heart Paper Crafting, 1426 Commercial St. Astoria, OR 97103
  2. Impressing Ideas Rubber Stamp Boutique, 31605 I ST, Ocean Park, Washington 98640

Local Attractions:


Meet the Demonstrators

We are adding demonstrators all the time, so check back to see if your favorite teacher is listed.

Susan Bartlett

Susan is heavily involved in our community. She volunteers for several committees and boards in addition to being a member of the Let’s Stamp Out Hunger planning board. A retired teacher, Susan purchased a raffle prize to learn card making from a local crafter three years ago, and she was quickly hooked.

Tami Gandy

Tami Gandy lives in Seaside and got hooked on cardmaking by going to Lynn Hoth’s house to "play" one day. From that day forward she has stocked up on supplies for her crafty side. She loves to craft with others and attends classes and events to learn new techniques.

Lynn Hoth

Lynn has been making cards since the early ‘80s and has amassed quite a collection of stamps, dies, and papers. In fact, her collection rivals that of most stamp or scrapbook stores. She enjoys it because, “It’s fun!”

Debra Jones

Debra Jones is multimedia artist from the Columbia River Gorge area and is excited to be part of WHP Fun Friday where she meets the last Friday of every month to craft with others. She is a new addition to our team of demonstrators this year.

Robert Leamy

Robert Leamy is a recent transplant to our area from Vancouver, Washington. He and his wife Cindi have consolidated their Impressing Ideas stores from Vancouver, Washington, to Surfside, Washington. Robert is also a musician and has been known to serenade participants at the LSOH events.

Pam Petrie

Pam Petrie lives in Hillsboro, Oregon, and first came into paper crafting after taking a class from a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator. She is enjoying her new paper crafting hobby and is quickly growing a stash of supplies to fuel her creativity.

Nikkie Piippo

Nikkie Piippo is a lover of all paper arts and tries to play with all of them. She is the former owner of Paper Moon Rubber Stamps in Astoria, Oregon. Her workshops are often more edgy than most, setting her apart from our other artists as she doesn’t “do cute.”

Ann Pilger

Ann Pilger lives in Seaside, Oregon, and belongs to a monthly card club in Astoria as well as the Beach Biddies, and Sew and So’s in Seaside and the Sou’Wester Garden Club. She has been a regular contributor to LSOH for the last four years.

Judy Ray

An extremely talented paper crafter, Judy Ray has been a member of our demonstrator team for many years. She has a knack for looking at a project and being able to figure out how to make it. She lives on the Long Beach peninsula but spends many of her creating hours with us here in Astoria.

Wanda Riley

Wanda Riley lives in Warrenton, Oregon and is a banker by day and a crafter by night who holds classes in her home where she teaches card-making, scrapbooking, and how to use the Cricut. She designs and teaches a Christmas Card class nearly every year.

Becky Schoelich

Becky Schoelich was immediately hooked on paper crafting in 1991 when she took a $10 class at a neighborhood stamp store. She started teaching classes when she signed up to be a Close To My Heart consultant in 1999.


Melissa Tennison

Melissa Tennison lives in McMinnville, Oregon and has been a Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrator on and off since 2007. She shares her love for paper crafting projects on her Website and posts video tutorials on her YouTube channel.

Mari-Jo Truett

Mari-jo Truett lives in Seaview, Washington, and is a frequent instructor at Young At Heart Paper Crafting, where she also works occasionally. Her paper crafting talents range from cards and scrapbooks to treat holders, baskets, and more.

Trisha White

Trisha White is a well-known local artist, teacher and card maker. She has taught locally and in the Portland Metro area for several years. She is a Certified Copic Instructor, the owner of Crane Island Comforts and maintains a blog and Etsy shop.

Cindy Young

Cindy Young is the owner of Young at Heart Paper Crafting in Astoria and a former Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator. Cindy has been working with paper crafts for over ten years. She holds four card making classes every Wednesday at her shop.

Raffle Prizes & Silent Auction

During the event, raffle tickets can be purchased for $5 or 3 for $10. Each ticket gives you a chance to win one of the exciting prizes donated by our generous sponsors. The more tickets you purchase, the higher your chances of winning!

The Silent Auction is a great way to help contribute to this worthy cause while gaining new paper crafting tools and supplies.

Our Sponsors

We could not hold this event if it wasn’t for the generous support from our local sponsors. We would like to thank those who have helped make this event great!

Alexandroff Dental


First Intersate Bank