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50% off WiFi for 6 Months FREE Installation with Toy Donation Canby • Mt. Angel *Offer ends December 31, 2019 and equates to a $30-50 monthly discount on any NEW fiber internet tier of 100 Mbps or faster for 6 months, or NEW maximum copper internet speed credit of $12.50-25.00. 50% off WiFi equates to a $3 credit per month for the first 6 months. Free Internet/WiFi installation/set up valued at $50 and includes a network technician’s review of the space to determine the most optimum placement of the access point for the best networking experience. Installation also includes the connection of one device, establishment of a secure environment and customer assist with network access. Coverage may vary and is dependent upon home construction and other factors. Services not available in all areas to all subscribers. Fees, taxes and surcharges may apply. *Offer ends December 31, 2019. DirectLink high-speed Internet service is required. Premium installation optional, valued at $110. EZVideo comes standard with 25 hours DVR storage per account. 200 Hour DVR upgrade equates to $15 discount per month for 6 months. NFL Red Zone can only be activated if the member subscribes to Extra TV tier, is valued at $60 per year and will auto-renew each year unless we are informed of cancellation. Services not available in all areas to all subscribers. Fees, taxes and surcharges may apply. Odds of winning the TV contingent on number of entries.


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Bring Joy & Donate a Toy Let’s get into the spirit of giving and show our community what we’re capable of! Bring nonperishable food items and unopened toys to your local DirectLink office throughout the months of November and December to directly benefit families and individuals in our community. New connects and members alike can receive FREE upgrades or services with a toy donation. Call us for details. Kiwanis Canby Community Food & Toy Drive DirectLink’s Canby office will once again serve as a donation site for the Canby Kiwanis Club Community Food and Toy Drive. 2019 marks the 61st year of the toy and food drive, which annually provides toys to about 1,000 children from newborns to 18 years old along with food baskets to nearly 400 families. This drive is a community-wide effort that sees generous monetary and in-kind donations from local businesses, individuals, service organizations, and churches. For more info visit https://www.canbykiwanis.org/Page/13605 Donate a Toy. Existing members can enjoy FREE WiFi installation and 3 months FREE service.

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Who’s Who In This Issue? RETAIL

FUN

HOME IMPROVEMENT

2 Direct Link

14 Langdon Farms

15 Miracle Carpet Cleaning

9 Barn Door Boutique

14 Aurora Colony Museum

23 Mighty Clean

10 UPS Store

18 Bullwinkles

49 Patio Cover People

10 Hulbert’s Flowers

27 The Book Nook

51 Chimcare

23 Cutsforth Thriftway

36 Wilsonville Lanes

52 Dan The Window Man

47 MS Glass

63 Inn at Seaside & River Inn at Seaside

52 All Pro Duct

50 Harbor Freight 63 Art Heads ART & CULTURE 19 Happy Art Ceramics 19 Staci Farrell Photography 36 Concert School of Music

HEALTH & FITNESS

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FOOD Los Dorados Pappy’s Greasy Spoon Fultano’s Momiji Sushi Nuevo Vallarta Aurora Colony Pub Odd Moe’s Pizza Boston’s Pub Fazoli’s

37 The Fitness Studio 44 Neal Family Dental 47 Animal Care Clinic 64 The Canby Clinic

53 Closets By Design 53 7 Pines Construction 54 John’s Waterproofing Plumbing 55 John’s Waterproofing Basements 55 Shelf Genie 56 Advanced Energy Services 57 Homemasters 58 Material Flow 58 Safe Racks

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 30 Oregon Roots Real Estate 32 Country Financial 41 Academy Mortgage

59 Dr. Energy Saver 62 Repipe Specialists 63 Renewal By Anderson

Happy Holidays, and welcome to the December issue of the Canby Community Advantage Magazine! No matter what you celebrate this time of year, we can all agree that Canby is a wonderful community to be part of. 2019 has been very good to us, as we hope it has been for all of you, and we look forward to all the new opportunities 2020 has in store. Inside this issue you’ll find great local deals for the holiday season, a feature on a new Canby business, Wayward Sandwiches, and a tasty recipe for Hot Cocoa Popcorn Balls. If you’d like to have your business featured with us next year, give us a call. Best wishes for a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy New Year from our Active Media family to all of you! See you around town...... Matthew Nelson, Publisher ©2019 Active Media Publishing Group All Rights Reserved 503-825-2111

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DECEMBER/JANUARY ISSUE

FEATURES 8 Canby Word Games

12

TASTE OF THE TOWN: ODD MOE’S PIZZA

12 Taste Of The Town: Odd Moe’s 16 Bullwinkle’s Entertainment 21 Canby Library Calendar 22 Garden Gallery Ironworks 24 Meet The Artist: Cathy Rae Smith 26 The Book Nook: Book Review

BULLWINKLES ENTERTAINMENT

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32 Community Calendar 34 History Of Canby Library 37 Exercise Tips 38 Athlete Profile: Ellie Shorter 40 Meet The Doctor: Dr. Erin Walker

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GARDEN GALLERY

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CATHY RAE SMITH

42 Canby Rotary Page 45 Seasonal Recipe: Hot Cocoa Popcorn Balls 46 Chamber Corner

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ELLIE SHORTER

48

WAYWARD SANDWICHES

48 New Business Spotlight: Wayward Sandwiches 60 The Canby Center’s Reading Mentors CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE • 5


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TA S T E O F T H E T O W N

ODD MOE’S COMES TO CANBY! by Tyler Francke After two decades serving — and growing — in McMinnville, Salem, Keizer, Hillsboro and Newberg, Odd Moe’s Pizza has come to Canby. Though they have built a loyal following in the state capital — where half of their eight stores are located — co-owner Mike Sublett said he has always been a small-town, community guy at heart. The locally owned and operated company began by engaging the younger markets in McMinnville — especially through the high school and Linfield College — and they hope to do something similar here in Canby. They are located in the Safeway retail complex, which is flooded with teens from Canby High School during the weekday lunch rush. But their commitment to supporting their local communities goes much deeper than that. They have sponsored countless sports teams, helped build a skate park, awarded high school scholarships, done presentations at local schools and offer a number of other avenues for promotion and fundraising to local charities and nonprofits. “You know, it just comes down to what they need, and what we can do,” Sublett says. “And for what we can’t do, we just work on bridging those gaps. 12 • CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE

“I think community is pretty simple. To be a part of it, you just have to be a part of it.” OK — enough about that! I’m supposed to talk about the food in this article. So...it’s good. Like, really good. The highest praise I can offer is that Odd Moe’s “Bull Rider” is the only pie I’ve ever tried where I’ll admit pineapple on pizza makes sense. It’s a unique concoction that features chicken, sausage, bacon and, yes, pineapple, along with a tangy chipotle lime BBQ sauce in lieu of the traditional tomato. The f lavors work together wonderfully well, which is typical of Odd Moe’s menu. Sublett is extremely thoughtful in crafting their combinations. He doesn’t even work with his favorite pizza topping — linguiça — because he hasn’t yet figured out a composition that brings out the unique flavors of the Portuguese sausage, rather than losing or overpowering them. This thoughtfulness comes through in the final product, as does the quality of the ingredients they use and the careful way they prepare them. Odd Moe’s should definitely be tried by all pizza fans, so be sure to stop in if you haven’t already! 


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BOWL • EAT • DRINK PARTY • PLAY written by Courtney Smith

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f you haven’t been into Bullwinkle’s recently, you are missing out! They’ve come a long way from where they started out 25 years ago as Wilsonville’s Family Fun Center. A recent multi-million dollar renovation has transformed the space into what is now called Bullwinkle’s Entertainment, offering all the same great activities from before and including several new attractions too. There’s enough to keep the even the most energetic visitors busy all day long. One of the biggest changes attendees will notice is the brand new 16 Lane Boutique Bowling Center. The new bowling lanes have the latest scoring technology, comfortable couch seating, a premium sound system and high definition video on huge 4 lane-wide video screens for a bowling experience like no other.

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Other attractions include: Lazer xtreme - virtual reality comes to life during your experience in the laser tag arena, filled with music, fog and strobe lights. Battle your opponents in this exciting attraction to compete for the highest score. The XD Dark Ride - an interactive movie experience featuring intense motion, stunning 3D graphics and amazing special effects. Up to eight riders at a time compete against each other for the highest score using their laser blasters to battle on-screen enemies. You’ll literally feel like you’re inside the action! Sky Trail - test your courage and challenge yourself on this not-soordinary ropes course 20 feet above the ground. Have the time of your life trying to maneuver through four different ropes obstacles. Guests are harnessed to ensure a fun & safe time! Miniature Golf - features two beautifully landscaped miniature golf courses. both courses have 18 holes with multiple obstacles and


attractions that feature bridges, creeks, miniature buildings, caves and even a castle. Fun for all ages and open rain or shine. Bumper Boats - a wild ride in motorized boats on water. Try to avoid getting wet from fellow boaters as they try to drench you with their water squirters or bump you into other boaters or even trap you near the water fall! Water squirters are available Spring through Fall! Arcade - over 100 video and redemption games are ready and waiting to challenge your gaming skills, with ticket rewards that can be redeemed at the Prize Center. Come test your skills on some of our favorites: Wheel of Fortune, Deal or No Deal, Air Hockey, Star Wars Battle Pods, Crossy Roads, Nascar Racing, Wizard of Oz and much more! Soaring Eagle Zipline - the next generation of zipline rides, an 800 foot two-way thrill ride which takes you backwards 75 feet high to the top of the tower then zips back down, reaching speeds of 25 mph. Kidopolis Playland - Kids can jump, swing, play, climb and slide in our giant 4 story indoor soft play area. Parents can relax in our seating area with views under the play area. We even have Free Wi-Fi!

Frog Hopper Ride – takes you high into the air, then bounces your way down. Six children may ride at a time. The fun never stops with all of the entertainment options at Bullwinkle’s! A sizeable menu offering everything from burgers to pizza to salads will keep you fueled up during your visit. If you are 21 and older you can even check out their new bar with specialty drinks like Moscow Moose, Dudley’s Done Right, Natasha’s Nectar, The Peabody, Rockyrita, and Boris Badenov’s Old Fashioned. Stop in for their happy hour Monday – Friday 3:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. to check out all of their specials. Another new feature of the renovated venue is a brand new 4000 square foot corporate meeting space that seats 250 people. There’s plenty of room for birthday parties for all ages, events for school or youth groups, holiday parties, company events, and so much more. No matter the occasion, everyone is sure to have a wonderful time! The changes that have been made are impressive to say the least, but Bullwinkle’s isn’t stopping there; even now they have future remodeling plans in the works. Their goal is to make sure that they accommodate everyone, bringing in the best and most modern fun, and they won’t stop until that goal is accomplished. Bullwinkle’s Entertainment is located at 29111 SW Town Center Loop W, Wilsonville, OR 97070. They are open seven days a week, though their hours change depending on the day and for holidays, so be sure visit their website at www.fun-center.com or call them at (503) 685-5000 for more information.

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The Art of Having Fun We Have Grandma’s Classic Christmas Trees!

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The holiday season has arrived and Garden Gallery Iron Works has everything you need for gifts and decor. They start preparing for the Christmas season in September, setting up a dozen trees of all different sizes, and festooning them with hundreds of ornaments for your viewing pleasure. Beautiful holiday displays and charming knickknacks can be found around every corner, offering tantalizing gift options for those with a festive nature. For those with a more practical taste, a new gardening or kitchen tool makes a fabulous

Garden Gallery Iron Works started in the early 80’s manufacturing ranch and farm equipment and products, and later moved into the garden market. Their first store was located at the Woodburn Mall, which spurred significant growth over the next 12 years. In 2016 they said goodbye to their retail space at the mall and moved into their manufacturing warehouse in Hubbard, where they have a large retail space

Christmas gift. Everything to be found is one of a kind and sure to bring a smile to the face of your loved ones. They will also be selling live wreaths for the perfect holiday touch. of about 6000 square feet and 15 employees. Filling their enormous retail space are products from approximately 100 different Oregon vendors to make your garden look just the way you want. Garden Gallery Iron Works is mostly known for their

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ART & CULTURE

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by Tyler Francke You may not be familiar with the work of local artist Cathy Rae Smith. Or to put it more accurately, you may not realize how familiar you actually are with the work of Cathy Rae Smith. That’s because Smith is the visionary behind one of Canby’s most wellknown and visible public art pieces: The Magic of Discovery, the 45-footlong mural that flanks the main entrance of the Canby Public Library and Civic Building. She’s also one of the founding members and current president of Canby Area Beautification, a new nonprofit dedicated to helping Canby make good on its nickname, “The Garden Spot,” by organizing public plantings of beautiful growing things along Highway 99E and in the downtown core. Smith won the honor of producing the mural by doing something that is generally not recommended: she proposed something that was clearly outside of what the proposal asked for. “The space is 15 feet by 45 feet,” she explained. “And in the call for artists for that piece, they were looking for three panels, each one 15 feet by 15 feet. And I wrote in and just said, ‘Why don’t you take the 45 feet, and do one nice, expansive visual?’” By commissioning three separate artists, Smith argued, the city ran the risk of a final product that would not fit together well or be very cohesive. The committee liked Smith’s idea of a single, expansive piece, and they asked her to come up with a concept. The rest is history. She built the design from several elements that are near and dear to Canby: a freshly plowed field, ripe for planting; a trio enjoying a break on a park bench, with a bicycle nearby; our iconic gazebo in Wait Park, where an impromptu concert and street dance has broken out; and a boy with his dog, sitting under the shade of an oak tree and reading a book. 24 • CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE


The oak tree’s expansive foliage spans the length of the piece and helps tie all the elements together, as does another feature that is, really, one of the mural’s defining elements: tiny, colorful drawings by local elementary school students that emanate, smokelike, from the books and instruments. “I was thinking about inspiration and creativity,” Smith said, in explaining this aspect of the design. “You know, whether it’s writing or music or painting, whatever form it might take.” She said she wanted to involve the community in some way, and she especially wanted to inspire creativity in children. Library Director Irene Green agreed to help, and they spent a month collecting submissions from local children.

“You know, we have such a charming community, but the introduction for many people is the main thoroughfare of Highway 99E,” she said. “So, that was our first target. It actually was something we started about three years ago, before CAB was officially formed.” The group has been planting knock-out rosebushes and Italian cypress trees along the well-traveled highway that winds through the heart of Canby. “I just thought, if we could really live up to our name, The Garden Spot, it would really add a lot to our community,” she said. If you’d like to help, or learn more about CAB’s work, visit the Canby Area Beautification page on Facebook, or contact Smith at cathyraesmith@gmail.com. 

The kids were indeed offered a lot of freedom to be creative. They were given little direction other than to use lots of color. “Even the colors you see are the colors that the children chose,” Smith said. “They really are their creations. And I wanted colorful pieces because I wanted to silhouette the figures and the landscape.” The children’s drawings were preserved through the magic of Canby Signs & Graphics, who reprinted the pieces onto a durable alumnium polymer. CSG also produced the black metal parts of the mural, which was its own challenge because there was a hard limit to the amount of weight the wall could bear. With the founding of Canby Area Beautification, or CAB, last year came another opportunity for Smith to use color and creativity to inspire beauty in our community. Smith said the idea for CAB was inspired by Canby’s nickname, “The Garden Spot,” as well as the fact that in some parts of our town, particularly along 99E, we weren’t exactly living up to that name. CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE • 25


December Book Reviews: WHITE BIRD

BATTLEFIELD EARTH

Palacio makes her graphic novel debut with this story of Grandmere, Julian’s grandmother in the blockbuster novel Wonder and Auggie & Me. White Bird tells Grandmere’s story of growing up as a young Jewish girl in a Nazioccupied French village during World War II.

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Using a character that they are familiar with and beautiful illustrations this is the perfect novel to introduce young readers to the historical fiction genre. White Bird teaches us a memorable lesson about resilience, hope and friendship.

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Battlefield takes place in the year 3000, one thousand years after the Phsyclo Mining Company conquered the planet and killed 90 percent of the human population. Earth is now considered a backwater post. To the Phsyclos, humans are now almost a myth and the remaining ones are hunted as expendable labor. When a brave young adventurer, Johnny Goodbye Tyler, learns the true history of Humans and Phsyclos he is determined to free Earth. The story keeps pace from beginning to end with battles, intrigue, mystery and adventure. and renegade Scots! WE HAVE COPIES OF BATTLEFIELD EARTH AND FOR A LIMITED TIME GET A FREE POSTER WITH YOUR PURCHASE!

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R E A L E S TAT E A R T I C L E by Tyler Francke

What Will 2020 Bring to the Real Estate Market?

If you are thinking of buying a new home or selling your

home in 2020, you probably have questions. One question we seem to get all the time these days is, “So, what is up with the market? Are we headed for a recession?” No doubt about it: There is a lot of anxiety about next year’s real estate market. Just last week, at the 2020 Economic Forecast presented by Fidelity National Title, John Mitchell (Chief Economist, M&H Economic Consultants) presented data and statistics showing that we are in “uncharted territory.” Yeah, we know: Not again, right? But it’s true. The usual historical data, cycles and trends are not correlating to the current market trends and conditions. The session ended on a fairly optimistic tone, reiterating that we, fortunately, are in an area that has a stable real estate market. Our economy seems to be managing itself well, despite some red flags that would normally predicate a failing market. Bottom line: nervousness aside, we are currently in the 12th year of upward trend, and 2020 is a good year to take advantage of that with regard to real estate. If you are looking to test the real estate waters next year, here are a few tips that will help ensure you experience smooth sailing.

IF YOU ARE THINKING OF BUYING... 1. Get with a lender, and get a plan in place. We often have buyers say, “I’m not quite ready!” And we say, “That’s OK!” You don’t have to get pre-qualified, just find a lender and start talking about what to do. A lender can help you do a quick “financial health” checkup and make recommendations for things that should be paid down or paid off, ways you can increase your credit score if it is on the fence, make recommendations on how to best utilize monies you might be saving, give you an idea of what perhaps you could afford (a combination of what you are willing to budget for monthly on your house payment and/or what purchase price you actually qualify for), the amount you may need to save for (closing costs and/or downpayment), etc. It’s never too early to start planning and with some proactive measures, when that “dream house” hits the market, you will be ready and waiting for it! 2. Develop a “Wish List”. Think about what is important to you in your next home. Things to consider include: number of bedrooms, bathrooms, “overf low” space, garage, lot size, amenities and features (walking distance to a certain location, interior finishes, etc). Once you have a list, keep revisiting it. You will find it is “fluid.” Try to start prioritizing your list, with the things that are most important to you at the top. It’s important to prioritize, because it is hard for any Buyer to find a house that meets 100% of what they are looking for. You will find some things are not as important, and you are willing to forego those items. Pro tip: Don’t forget to add “location” to your “Wish List”. 3. Don’t be afraid to start going to open houses, and visiting locations you think you want to live, even if you aren’t quite ready to purchase. Sometimes our list changes when we actually see what 2,000 square feet looks like vs.

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1,790 square feet. Or we may think we want to live in a certain location, until we find that the traffic is heavy or the schools are too far away, etc. Things comes into play with regard to location, such as the property taxes for certain areas. This can also affect your “buying power.” If you are looking to purchase in an area that has high property taxes, this lessens your buying power as you will be spending more monthly on property taxes instead of principal and interest payments. To get an idea, see the list below. TYPICAL PROPERTY TAX CHANGES FOR 2019-2020

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Wilsonville (City) - West Linn / Wilsonville School 4.70% - Canby School 2.00% Excerpted from Clackamas County Assessor Press Release dated October 18, 2019 “2019-2020 Property Tax Information”

3. Less is more, so DECLUTTER! Clean all visible areas, tables, counters and window sills. Next, move to “behind the doors” areas. We recommend making three “piles”: Keep, give away and throw away/recycle. This helps reduce clutter, and the things you want to “keep” can be boxed up and stored neatly in closets, garages or stored off-site. When you are ready to sell, you will not be burdened with the “push” to get the home ready to list. It is not unreasonable to think that you could start this part of the process as early as 3-6 months prior to actually putting your home on the market. Decluttering allows potential Buyers to see the actual space they could be living in, and puts you as the Seller one step ahead in packing and being ready to move. That translates to a lot less stress in the process. Overall, remember that every situation, transaction, Buyer and Seller is different. When it comes to buying and selling processes, you can’t compare “apples to apples”; they are all different, as are the needs and desires of each individual involved in the transaction. It is never too early to give us a call so we can help you start navigating the process…whether you are buying or selling. WISHING YOU ALL A FANTASTIC 2020!

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IF YOU ARE THINKING OF SELLING... 1. Have a plan! This plan could include topics such as when you want to move (60 days, 90 days, summer, next year, etc.) and where do you want to move to (local vs. out of state). Part of your plan could be to reach out to a real estate agent for comparable sales on your home, so you have an idea of what you might be able to apply to a new purchase, or to determine if there are any major repairs that need to take place before you sell your house, etc. 2. Next, move into more detail to prepare for the sale of your home. Consider your curb appeal. Whether we like it or not, first impressions weigh heavily on Buyers. There are simple, inexpensive options that can massively increase your curb appeal for potential Buyers such as yard clean-up, planting inexpensive landscape vegetation or painting your front door. Any or all of these can help create a strong first impression! CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE • 29


Merry Christmas and Happy from Holidays Oregon Roots Real Estate Group!

To our dear friends and valued customers, May your Christmas be joyful and your New Year be blessed. We hope you enjoy the wonder of the season and the sharing of treasured traditions with loved ones around you. We are grateful for your business and support over the past years, and look forward to working with you in 2020!

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Rooted in Canby and in our community, Cindy McGraw, Nicole Delozier and Sarah Chapin offer a unique angle to real estate with combined decades of experience in the construction and real estate industry. We work together to offer valuable resources to prepare buyers and sellers, through education and our network of service providers to help you navigate the process before putting your house on the market and putting the ink on paper. We are dedicated to finding you a home that meets your needs...even if it isn’t “love at first sight”, let us assist you with our resources and experience to turn your purchase into your dream home. Likewise, if you are selling but don’t think your home is “sellable”, we can utilize our experience and resources to get your home marketable! This group belongs to Equity Oregon Real Estate and we believe in serving the client first! We strive to make this process as smooth and enjoyable as possible! When you are ready to make a move, call Oregon Roots Real Estate Group, we are eager to serve you in your selling and buying journey!!!

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Jingle Jam

DEC. 1. 5-7 P.M. Canby Foursquare Church You’re invited to the Jingle Jam! Grab your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers and join Canby Foursquare as they kick off the Christmas season! There will be a hot cocoa bar, cookie decorating/crafts/games, carolers, raffles, and a giant tree lighting ceremony at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to all.

Holiday Open House

DEC. 5. 4:30-6:30 P.M. Canby Public Library All ages are invited to come and visit with Santa, enjoy Christmas crafts, sample delicious refreshments, and get into the holiday spirit with live music by the Dickens Carolers. Every child will receive a free book! Generously funded by the Friends of the Library.

Light Up the Night

DEC. 6. 6-8 P.M. Downtown Canby and Wait Park This is many residents’ favorite event of the year... and for good reason! The Canby Parks Department goes all out in decorating Wait Park for the holidays, and the community parade is always fantastic. Join the community for an evening of holiday cheer with a festive parade, ceremonial tree lighting, caroling from the Oregon Trail Pitchpipers, and a cup of hot chocolate from the Knights of Columbus

Operation Snuggle

DEC. 7 Baker Prairie Middle School Operation Snuggle’s mission is to provide every homeless student in the Canby area with a handmade blanket, pillow and pillowcase. Each year, hundreds of volunteers gather to make fleece tie blankets, and this year, the outreach is serving children in both the Canby and North Marion school districts. Everyone is welcome. Don’t forget to bring your scissors!

Christmas at the Grove Winter Festival

DEC. 7. 5-9:30 P.M. The Grove Camp & Retreat Center The Grove (formerly Canby Grove), located at 7501 S. Knights Bridge Road, is lighting up the Christmas season with a fun-filled festival of lights, music, magic and activities for the whole family! Enjoy tasty food and live music all evening long. Toast marshmallows, win prizes and shop for unique gifts.

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Aurora Colony Holiday Flea Market

DEC. 7-8. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Aurora American Legion Post 110 Aurora’s monthly flea market expands to two days and adds special holiday events for the month of December. A Christmas tea, hosted by Wind Horse Antiques will be held on Sunday, with seatings at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

STEAM Night Mini Gingerbread Houses

DEC. 12. 6-7 P.M. Canby Public Library Join the team at the Canby Public Library each month as they explore Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics! This month: construct and decorate mini gingerbread houses. Generously funded by the Friends of the Library.

Christmas Tour of Homes

DEC. 14. 11 A.M.-2 P.M. This annual fundraiser for the Friends of the Canby Public Library showcases five different homes every year, each beautifully decorated for the holidays. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the library or the customer service counter of Cutsforth’s Market. All proceeds go toward library programs and services.

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DEC. 28. 10 A.M. Clackamas County Fairgrounds & Events Center Christmas is over, people — no point in dragging it out, right? Come by the red lot of the Clackamas County Fairgrounds to recycle your Christmas trees for free.

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CANBY HISTORY

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n any small town, few public institutions are more beloved, more celebrated, more vital to the health and overall well-being of the community than the local library. Perhaps only the wastewater treatment plant comes close ... and for very different reasons.

Canby has hosted a free, public library since as early as 1896, though the library has taken on many different forms—and many different locations—over the years. The earliest Canby “libraries,” from 1896 to 1916, were tiny collections hosted by an inconstant smattering of downtown business owners. These were, essentially, a 20th century version of the Little Free Libraries that can be found in neighborhoods today. In February 1924, a new organization took shape. The Canby Women’s Civic Club was founded by over 100 local ladies “for the purpose of advancing the educational, moral, civic and aesthetic interests of the town.” “Ambitious” would be an understatement in describing the Canby Women’s Civic Club. Their first goals were to establish an orchestra of young people, reinstate the Canby band and form a reading club, study club and literary society. Oh, and they also decided it was high time Canby had a real library. For the next 100 years, this tradition would continue of strong, active, creative

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and civic-minded women leading the charge to build, maintain and strengthen Canby’s library services. For 10 years, the Club kept open a volunteer library in town, but in 1935, the group decided the town finally needed a permanent location with a staff librarian. In 1937, three members, Portia Shewey, Mabel Gabriel and Edna Johnson went door to door to ask for the community’s support, gathering 643 books and a “tidy sum of cash” to start a public library. Their dream became a reality in June of that year, when the Canby City Council agreed to furnish a room, space and lights for a library to be maintained at City Hall. Like the libraries already established in Molalla, Sandy, Milwaukie and Estacada, the Canby library would be a project of FDR’s New Deal, specifically the Works Progress Administration, which employed millions to carry out public works projects in virtually every community in America throughout the 1930s and 40s. Portia Shewey and Edna Johnson were appointed to the first library board, along with Harvey Everhart, Frank T. Cutsforth and George Gabriel. Its first bookshelves were made by the Stefani Lumber Company, and construction for the new library proceeded smoothly. There was just one problem: They didn’t have enough books! The people of Canby and the surrounding areas were asked to donate at least one book to the town’s first


official library. Residents were advised that the books could be dropped off at the Canby Herald office, or any of the board members’ homes. No addresses were given; presumably, in those days, everybody knew where everybody lived. The first librarian was Doris Willbourn, whose position was funded by the National Youth Administration— another New Deal brainchild. Following in her footsteps a few years later was Ora Lee Cattley, whom you might remember our history piece on the Canby Ferry. She was the cousin of M.J. Lee, who “out-christened the Queen of England” the day she smashed a bottle of champagne across the bow of the ferry bearing his name, but she was much more than that. Like Lee, she was a descendant of the town’s earliest pioneers. Her grandparents, Philander and Anna Lee, arrived in the Willamette valley in 1848, and two years later, took title to a 611-acre donation land claim that now lies at the heart of Canby. Her father, Heman A. Lee, was the city’s first mayor when it was incorporated in 1893. Her uncle, Albert Lee, was Canby’s first merchant and also served as its first railroad agent. The youngest of eight children, Ora Lee was a beautiful young woman. In 1910, at the age of 20, she was crowned the first-ever queen of the Clackamas County Fair. Maybe that explains how she was able to out-christen Elizabeth II. Ora shared her family’s passion for civil service and seeing Canby grow. In 1934, she was elected the first female board member for Canby Union High School. She was also a charter member and president of the Canby PTA and was active in a number of other service, historical and fraternal organizations.

Another long-serving librarian was Beth Saul, who worked for the city in a number of roles from 1982 to 2008. In 1985, the library was preparing for yet another move, from the basement of 181 N. Grant St. to the Masonic Building at 288 NW First Ave., when Beth had a novel idea. Rather than boxing up and moving the library’s collection of some 16,000 books, she called on patrons to simply check all the books out, and return them a few weeks later, to the library’s new location. It worked, but not quite as well as she’d hoped. As moving day approached, the library’s collection had dwindled to around 8,000 — still a hefty number. So, Beth hatched a new scheme. She planned to use a quote, “human chain,” made up of 200 local elementary school students to pass the books from one location to the other. Alas, uncooperative weather put an end to this “book brigade” before it even began. Nevertheless, an army of volunteers showed up and, with Beth organizing their efforts, managed to shift all 8,000 books in about 30 minutes. The library ended its nomadic lifestyle in 1989, when Canby voters approved a $600,000 bond measure that allowed the city to purchase and renovate the former Ace Hardware store in downtown Canby. The library’s collection by then had swelled to more than 20,000 pieces, but their new digs had room to grow, with space for double that amount. And grow they did! In 2016, the Canby Public Library moved into a brand new, $6.9 million, 21st century library facility and civic building on NE 2nd Ave. 

She and her husband George for many years ran a diner, the Kozy Corner Confectionary, on the corner of Highway 99E and Ivy. Soup, a sandwich, pie and coffee would set you back 35 cents. The diner was later converted to a Greyhound bus depot. In 1977, the Library Information Network of Clackamas County was established, when voters approved a countywide levy to fund library operations. It formed a consortium of libraries that includes Canby, Molalla and Oregon City, which share revenue, resources and a unified computer system. CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE • 35


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Ellie Shorter CANCER PICKED THE WRONG GIRL ... AND THE WRONG TOWN. by Tyler Francke

Recently diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma (a form

of cancer that affects white blood cells), 16-year-old Canby High School junior, varsity soccer team captain and cheerleader Ellie Shorter says she’s lucky. Not just because of the strong support network from her family and friends; not just because of her team and community, who have already answered the call to help in any way they can; not just because of her faith, which grounds her and gives her hope and strength. No, she’s grateful that cancer picked her. Because she knows she’s strong enough to face whatever lies ahead. “Believe it or not, I’m the lucky one that got diagnosed with this,” Ellie said. “There’s a reason why. And it’s because I’m one of the strongest girls, ever. I live by that, day by day.”

She also sees providence in the strange and unlikely circumstances that led to her doctors catching the illness as early as they did. It started when she was hit while driving alone in her car on the night of Aug. 16. The other driver was not only drunk, he also fled the scene. Fortunately, there was a witness, and Ellie was able to take a picture of his license plate. He was eventually caught. It was while receiving chiropractic care and therapeutic massage that she first noticed the lump on her neck. Other symptoms followed, including skin rashes. Weeks of needle biopsies, ultrasounds, a contrast dye 38 • CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE

CT scan, blood tests and, finally, a surgical biopsy, confirmed the diagnosis of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Now, Ellie begins the fight of her life, and she’s ready for it. “I have always been a positive person,” Ellie says. “I always like to see the bright things. I know there are going to be days I feel weak, but I’m a fighter. I’ll get through it.” Ahead are further scans and biopsies, to determine how far the cancer has advanced throughout her body and to test if it has spread to her bone marrow. The main course of treatment will be chemotherapy. Ellie says she has been talking to an older girl, who was also diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in high school (she’s now a student at Oregon State University). The OSU student has been an inspiration to Ellie, and she says she wants to do that for others. “Something that’s helping me not be scared is that I get to inspire the people around me,” she


“I’m surprised, but then again, I’m not surprised,” Oliver said when asked about the amazing turnout and generosity. “This is just kind of how Canby rolls.” Donations were tax deductible through the support of the local nonprofit. Ryan Oliver said he has been friends with Ellie’s dad, Shane, since childhood, and when he heard about her diagnosis, he wanted to do whatever he could to help. Obviously, the same was true of, well, pretty much everyone else in town. “This is what we’re used to here in Canby,” Oliver says. “It’s how we grew up. It’s what our parents used to do. We just want to pay it forward.” Other organizers included Kerrie Oliver, Loren and Jen Bell, Tim and Becca Austen, R.J. Larios, Gina Hosford, and Backstop owners Ken and Lori Arrigotti, who also donated the proceeds from food and drink sales that night to the cause. says. “When I get chemo, I hope I can inspire the other kids, younger than me, older than me. Whoever’s in there, I just hope that I can be the light in that room.”

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Since Ellie was first diagnosed, her team, school and pretty much the entire community of Canby has rallied around her and her family. Support for the Shorters has come from the sale of hundreds of #EllieStrong T-shirts, sweatshirts and stickers; a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $15,000; a hugely successful soccer clinic for local girls that was held in October at Canby High; the Taste of the Season Food & Beverage Show at Cutsforth’s on Nov. 7; and…I’m sure I’m forgetting a few others. A Cornhole for Cancer event on Nov. 2 drew hundreds into the Antonia Ballroom above the Backstop Bar & Grill. Almost fifty two-person teams registered for the tournament, which also featured a silent auction, with the big ticket items being a dozen or so sets of cornhole boards that were designed and donated by local businesses. A University of Oregon set alone went for over three grand (Go, Ducks!) One of the organizers, Ryan Oliver, reported that, all told, the event raised an estimated $30,000 for the Shorter family. (Go, Canby!) CANBY COMMUNITY ADVANTAGE MAGAZINE • 39


HEALTH & WELLNESS by Tyler Francke

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is to identify and treat the root causes of patient’s ailments, rather than focusing on the symptoms. “We’re very much detectives,” she said. “We like to find the cause of the disease or disease state. We do a lot of investigating to find the cause, when we can.” Dr. Walker first discovered natural medicine while working with her aunt, a chiropractor in Minnesota. She says she knew “instantly” that natural medicine was her calling. She moved to Portland to attend the National College of Natural Medicine, earning her doctorate in 2007. She completed her residency at Salem Naturopathic Clinic in 2009. As the Canby Clinic looks forward to celebrating its 10th anniversary in June, they continue to adapt to serve their patients as best they can in an ever-changing medical and economic environment. One of the biggest developments is their pivot to a membership-based, non-insurance practice, a model that has been successfully adopted by medical clinics across the United States, but which the Canby Clinic was the first to offer in Oregon. For more information, check out the Canby Clinic online at canbyclinic.com, or call them at 503-266-7443.. 


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Upcoming Projects: December 1 - 20: Fighting Hunger Canby Rotary emergency food voucher fundraising. Vouchers are distributed through The Canby Center.

December 1 - 20: Serving Families Rotarians are volunteer food and toy collectors, sorters, and packers for the Canby Kiwanis food and toy drive.

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Club Officers February 2020: Basic Education and Literacy - Reading Rotarians read to local elementary school students and give a new book to each student.

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The First Responder Fund The annual Canby Rotary fundraising dinner and auction was held at Willamette Valley Country Club on September 21. There were about 150 people who gathered on a pleasant late summer evening to share a "Wild West Rotary Roundup". Each year Canby Rotary Club members select a project or organization to support by giving volunteer time and funds. In recent years the Canby Rotary made significant contributions to the renovation of the kitchen and restrooms at The Canby Center and to the Suicide Prevention Task Force project to prevent youth suicide. This year, $15,000 was donated from the fundraiser to the Dr. Richard Davies First Responder Fund dedicated to "Caring for our neighbors in times of crisis". This local nonprofit organization is named for the highly respected Dr. Richard Davies who was the director of Emergency Medical Services in Canby for 38 years. The fund was established to ensure that Canby police, fire, EMTs, and The Canby Center have the resources to assist people with needs incurred during an emergency. Many of our neighbors have received help after a home fire, home break in, vehicle accident, or other potentially devastating emergency. The Rotary Club of Canby has made a commitment to developing and supporting programs that deliver results over the past 40 years. In addition, funds raised will support other service projects including youth literacy, education, vocational, and athletic programs in Canby and Aurora.

ROTARIAN KEITH GALITZ Canby Rotarian Keith Galitz is an attorney whose career spans nearly 50 years focused in the telecommunications industry. Keith was President and CEO of Canby Telcom (now known as DirectLink) from 2004 to 2013. Keith has a strong commitment to the mission of Rotary and is an energetic community leader. He is the Chair of the Clackamas Federal Credit Union Board of Directors, Board Member for CHS Solutions, and a Trustee of George Fox University. Keith was President of the Rotary Club of Canby in 2010-2011. His 15 years of service as a Rotarian includes enthusiastic volunteer work raising funds for scholarships for local high school students, as a Clackamas County fair gate greeter, Canby High School mock job interviewer, the Reading Rotarians literacy project, Nothing-But-Net basketball tournament, Lee Elementary School library books, The Canby Center kitchen renovation, and many other community projects. He is well known as a dependable, self-confident leader who has a servant's heart and willingness to go the extra mile to make a difference. Keith's many years of outstanding professional and volunteer service earned him the 2019 individual Spirit of Rotary Award. Congratulations, Keith!

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THE CHAMBER CORNER

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Good day, Canby, We approach the end of yet another year, and I have to say it’s been a good one for Canby. A lot of new businesses arrived in town, a lot of good projects improved our livability, and some lively community events reinforced why Canby is such a special community. As we look back on the year, we are especially proud of our efforts with First Thursday, our new community resources in our Relocation Guide and Best of Canby publications, and the general growth in programming we are working toward in the new year. Next year will see our Leadership program coming to life. It is called, “6 Sessions, 3 Trainers, 1 Topic…Leadership” and promises to help keep your New Year’s resolution of developing yourself and your business on track. Get a chance to examine the topic of leadership with three different professional trainers and advance your skills. Our new Canby Employment Expo is also coming together and looking to be a fantastic partnership with local schools, local employers, community organizations, and more. We are looking to showcase all of the living wage jobs, new worker opportunities, and seasonal employment available right here in our community. If you want to live, work, and play in Canby, then you might want to come check us out and check “work” off your to do list. Finally, you can’t come to an ending without expressing gratitude for the blessings you currently possess, so my staff and I would like to express our gratitude to all of our members, our board of directors, and our community for partnering with us to make our dream of a stronger community for all its residents come a little closer to reality. We can only do this together. Sincerely, Kyle Lang Executive Director Canby Area Chamber of Commerce www.canbyareachamber.com 503-266-4600

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WAY WARD SANDWICHES by Tyler Francke Owner Matt Morrissey says the name and concept for Wayward Sandwiches, the new combination sandwich shop and wine bar now open downtown Canby, emerged out of the jokey idea of the restaurant being a “home for lost sandwiches.” The concept has come a long way since then, with a core philosophy that includes a steadfast commitment to using locally sourced ingredients and making food from scratch that is delicious and gourmet-quality while also being accessible and non-pretentious, but the name stuck. Despite its tagline, Wayward Sandwiches indeed has a home — in the approximately 2,300-square-foot, first floor commercial space located on the west end of the Dahlia building.

Rouse free rein to produce the shop’s signature menu of meats, which they source locally and smoke in-house. The menu offers house sandwiches — basically their unique takes on the classics, like a Romanian pastrami Reuben or a Cajun chicken club — or you can make your own. They have soups and salads as well, as well as house-made fries and potato chips that are already becoming famous. For those that think sandwiches go better with beer, Wayward also has a selection of craft brews, both bottled and on tap. The look and feel of the place is modern, with minimalist influences. Their unique counter features reclaimed wood, with an epoxy countertop that features river rock as well as a few of their favorite characters from nearby Bricks & Minifigs.

Morrissey is a West Linn resident and first-time restaurant owner, though he has over two decades of experience in the hospitality industry, including managing the Veritable Quandary, one of the most well-known and beloved restaurants in Portland until it closed two years ago.

The furniture and all of the shop’s furnishings were designed and built by Hayes & Sons, the local custombuild furniture shop.

Another central part of the vision for Wayward Sandwiches — and its early success — is Justin Rouse, executive chef and assistant general manager. Rouse is also a former VQ employee. It’s where the two met and became friends.

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