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Volume 11 | Issue 2 | February 2021
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Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue helps vaccinate thousands of first responders and healthcare workers (see page 22) Find these stories inside & more! LOCAL BUSINESS
FRESH AIR HEALTH SENIOR LIVING LEARNING CORNER OUR TOWN OUT & ABOUT www.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
Many Thanks to our Community Partners!
• Do you customers know you? (page 4) • What should I do if I ﬁnd a lost dog? (page 12) • 8 tips to improve posture (page 15) • Helping your parents move from afar (page 19) • Bring it on Punxsutawney Phil! (page 2) • Meet your new elected ofﬁcials (page 23) • Vote for your favorite local business! (page 32) Volume 11 - Issue 2 (February 2021) | Beaverton Resource Guide – 1
â€œI always look forward to reading through the BRG to learn whatâ€™s happening in the different areas of Beaverton. We are all part of this community and sharing information on the local level allows our wonderful city to thrive.â€?
Mayor Denny Doyle:
CONTENTS LOCAL BUSINESS FRESH AIR HEALTH SENIOR LIVING LEARNING CORNER OUR TOWN
Thanks Phil, but we got this!
â€˘ Pages: 3-11 ( business directory and stories) â€˘ Pages: 4, 9, 12-13 (animals, parks, pets, sustainability) â€˘ Pages: 14-16 (health & wellness) â€˘ Pages: 16-19 (senior ads, health, news) â€˘ Pages: 2, 15, 20-21, 28-29, 32 (essays, library, spotlight)
LEARNING CORNER: UPLIFTING MESSAGE
â€˘ Pages: 21-23 (city news, public safety)
Lovingly Dismissing Groundhogs
OUT & ABOUT
â€˘ Pages: 24-31 (events, art, programs, calendar, theatre)
FUN & GAMES
â€˘ Pages: 1, 27, 29, 32 (contests, puzzle & photography)
Bring it on Punxsutawney Phil! SPIRITUAL ESSAY
OUR TOWN BEAVERTON, OREGON, USA
MAYOR & CITY COUNCIL
First Settled: 1847 (by Augustus Fanno) Year Incorporated: 1893
Mayor: Lacey Beaty | City Manager: Kurt Wilson City Council: Allison Tivnon, Laura Mitchell, Marc San
Soucie, Mark Fagin, Nadia Hasan
Population: 97,229 (2017)
Sales Tax: 0.0% Zip Codes: 97005-08, 97075, 97078, 97003
Tuesdays, 6:30pm City Council meetings are held in the Forrest C. Soth Council Chambers in City Hall and open to the public. 503-526-2222 or visit: www.beavertonoregon.gov.
Area Codes: (503), (971)
Income Tax: 9.0%
Elevation: 189 feet above sea level Yearly Rain/Snow: 39in/2in per year Clear Days per Year: 142 days Median Home Price: $353,316 (2017) Median Household Income: $58k (â€˜17) Projected Job Growth: 8.7% (2017) Average Communte Time: 22 min. High School Graduation Rate: 81%
Beaverton Recycling ........................................ 503-526-2665 Beaverton School District ................................503-591-8000 Chamber of Commerce ................................... 503-644-0123 City Hall ............................................................ 503-526-2222 City of Beaverton (Water) ................................ 503-526-2257 Hazardous Waste Disposal (Metro) ................ 503-797-1700 Oregon DMV .................................................... 503-299-9999 Oregon Ecycle .................................................. 888-532-9253 NW Natural (Gas)............................................. 503-226-4211 PGE (Electricity) ...............................................800-743-5000 Police (Non-Emergency) ................................. 503-526-2260 Waste Management (Trash) ............................ 800-808-5901
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MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR
Hello Beaverton! Welcome to another issue of The Beaverton Resource Guide. As a full-color, monthly newspaper thatâ€™s dedicated to the positive aspects of our community, you can be sure to ďŹ nd interesting and uplifting stories about what makes our city one of the best in the country (ranked #3 nationally for â€œBest Places to Raise a Familyâ€? by www.livibility.com, 2018). The goal of The BRG is simple and can be easily read at the top of each monthâ€™s cover: â€œConnecting Communityâ€?. To me, this means connecting people who live, work or shop in and around Beaverton with the abundant local resources available here. So, whether youâ€™re a shop or a shopper, weâ€™ll do our best to introduce you to each other. Are you looking for something to do out of the house? Weâ€™ve got you covered there too with a variety of options in our Out & About section. Find the countyâ€™s event calendar, the Beaverton Farmers Market Vendor Guide, regional theatre line ups, a full list of library programs and more. The BRG is available for pickup at over 170 locations from large grocery stores to small dentist ofďŹ ces. For information about placing an ad, stories, distribution or anything else, email BRG@CedarHouseMedia.com. Sincerely, Michael Wong (Managing Editor) PS. Donâ€™t forget to visit our website www.beavertonresourceguide.com.
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â€™m not sure about you, but February is a bit of a weird month for me. Here we are. We have now started the new year, but things donâ€™t quite feel all that different. Yes, the days are growing longer, but it still feels like more darkness than light dominates the day. On February 2nd, Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil may or may not see his shadowâ€Ś are we really placing our hope for an end to the winter season on a groundhog?! As a Christian, I put my faith in God and not a groundhog. But Iâ€™ll tell you the real reason I donâ€™t get too excited one way or another for the results of Groundhog Day. By this point in the winter, we have been battle-hardened; we are ready for anything. And by this point after a year like we have lived through, I feel like we can handle just about anything. Bring it on Punxsutawney Phil! Yes, we have come to embrace the reality of winter, but oh, how we long for brighter, warmer days! Add the yearning for vaccines during this time of pandemic and the anticipation is palpable! Yes, there may be light at
the end of the metaphorical tunnel, but there is still quite a bit of ways to trod. Perhaps the month of February is a time to once again take a breath, take inventory of all that has gotten XVWRWKLVFXUUHQWSODFHZHÂżQG ourselves, and refocus on the journey ahead. Who are your fellow travelers on this segment of this adventure called life? What have we learned from the past few months of trial and tribulation? How have we grown as a community and individuals during such times? What are you looking forward to ahead? Yes, we have been battle-hardened by this previous year, but letâ€™s also not forget that we are more than our most recent challengesâ€”we are a people of hope. We will once again gather as community. We will once again touch and breathe freely. We will once DJDLQÂżQGZDUPHUEULJKWHU days ahead. Thanks, Phil, for your help, but we got this! Are you ready to move forward? ~Pastor Jeff Binder
Rev. Jeff Binder is the Pastor at Valley Community Presbyterian Church. Visit us at: www.valleycommunity.org
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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this publication are those of the writers and do not necessarily reďŹ‚ect the position of Cedar House Media and/or the Beaverton Resource Guide. Connecting businesses with their customers and residents with their community!
Our local downtown businesses need help more than ever. Please look over this list, find one you like and say hello! Shop Local Shop Downtown Beaverton
Spicy Stir Fry, Yakisoba, Orange Chicken, Asian Chicken Salad, Bibimbap and more! 503-626-0552 Syndicate Wine Bar Tan Tan Cafe & Delicatessen The Whole Bowl Top Burmese Ur Mediterranean Restaurant Vault at LaScala Waba Sushi & Grill Yada Thai Cuisine
Tom’s Pancake House Breakfast-Lunch-Diner 30 varieties of pancakes & wafﬂes! 503-646-2688 tomspancakehouse.com
Andrew’s Florist Batteries Plus Bulbs Beaverton Florists Beaverton KIA Beaverton Music Services Beaverton Pharmacy
Services A&P Appliance Allpoints Integrative Health Ayman’s Barbershop Bank of America Beaverton Barber Beaverton Dental Arts Beaverton Library beavertonlibrary.org Beaverton Music Services Beaverton NW Chiropractic Budo Dojo LLC Canyon Rd Chiropractic Cashmere Beauty Lounge
Hindi & Punjabi speaking providers available. Extended Hours Mon-Sat 503-644-1171
Travel & Cruises, LLC *Layaway Plans Available* www.sunconnections.com 503-655-4850
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ChiroCentric LLC Chiropractic First Columbia Bank Deﬁnition Dental DITA Barbers Dulcederm Fulcrum Construction Gain Hair Salon Global Art of Dance Gloria’s Beaverton Salon Holistic Health Clinic 8 www.hhclinic.com 503-646-8575 Hula Halau Jaleh’s Hair Fashions Jini Hair Salon Key Bank Kimmi Clinic Law Ofﬁce of Max Wall Mak-Service Marineau Dental Mattson Hellickson Dental
McBride Optometrist Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon (MESO) MVP Dance Elite NAGA Martial Arts NW Family Acupuncture OEI Nails & Spa Pedro’s Upholstry Pegg, Paxson & Springer Funeral
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Pizzeria Mexicali Express Milk+T Mo Cha Tea House Nak Won Raindrop Tap House Somar Mediterranean
Blessings from Heaven Book Corner Canyon Body Art Costume Avenue Covenant Clock Restoration Cravings Cigs & Vape LLC Crystal Heart Books Damerow Ford Forager Vintage GHM Boutique Guatamex Jan’s Books Pianos Now Staghorn Mercantile Stark Street Lawn & Garden Tony’s Smoke Shop Vanek’s Shoe Repair Vault Vintage Clothing Boutique
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Afuri IZAKAYA Ava Roasteria Batter Up Beaverton Sub Station Big’s Chicken Bootleggers Boriken Broadway Saloon Carina’s Bakery Clockwork Rose Tea Emp. Donut King Du Kuh Bee Ex Novo Family Cafe Giovanni’s Gloria’s Secret Cafe Ickabod’s Karver Sandwich Bar Koya Sushi Lionheart Coffee Company Maiale Rosa Wood Fired
Bizee Bird 6 Exotic birds, healthy foods www.bizeebird.com
Food & Beverage
BEAVERTON DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION
New murals coming to downtown And good news for bikers DOWNTOWN
ow far did you bike to get here?” I asked the family of four as they rolled their bicycles into the 1st Street Dining Commons. “From near Denny and Hall. About two miles.” I had noticed their two young children, one of whom still had training wheels on her bike. As a bike rider myself, I am always curious how people get into downtown on their bikes, as many people are not as comfortable as I am riding in the street. “We rode up Main Street. There is a path near some of it that is nice for riding away IURPWUDI¿F´
Hampton Rodriguez paints his mural on the side of the Nak Won building.
Did you know there was a multi-use path connecting the downtown near the THPRD Aquatic Center to the neighborhoods south of downtown? The ride into downtown is simply
stunning, and for the most part, it stays away from busy streets. The BDA is working on getting more bike racks and bike repair stations in downtown so that accessing this community
is easier if you don’t want to GULYHDQG¿QGSDUNLQJ:HZLOO reveal more information on those repair stations over the coming weeks. We’ve also had the great fortune of supporting and witnessing the creation of Hampton Rodriguez’s mural on the side of the Nak Won building, and Susan Charnquist’s on the side of Ickabod’s. If you need a mental break from the chaos, \RXFDQ¿QGLWKHUHLQWKHEHDXty of the hidden paths and great artwork throughout downtown. Come explore! P.S. Heads up! We have several businesses coming soon! 1. 1st Street Pocha 2. Binary Brewing 3. Breakside Brewery 4. See See Motor Coffee Co.
5. Sizzle Pie 6. The Sudra ~ Kevin Teater (Executive Director) If you are searching for which businesses to support, you should check out the business lists on our website and cruise the map of downtown businesses at www. downtownbeaverton.org/map.
#onebeaverton The Beaverton Downtown Association promotes the historic preservation and economic development of Old Town Beaverton. Want to get involved? Check out our website at www.downtownbeaverton.org.
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ConnectingCommunity FRESH AIR: NATIVE PLANTS TO OREGON
Helping Beaverton Get Back to Work
PaciďŹ c Madrone
Getting Along: Positive Workplace Practices
Thrives on rocky soil OREGON FLORA â€˘ Binomial Name: Arbutus menziesii â€˘ Soil Type: rocky, moist â€˘ Sunlight: Sun to partial shade â€˘ Plant Type: Tree â€˘ Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen KHSDFLÂżFPDGURQHLV the only native broadleaf evergreen tree to this region. Mainly found at the coast and in some moist wooded settings they are known to thrive on sloped rocky soils. 0DQ\3DFLÂżF0DGURQHV
have a crooked growing habit with an unusual canopy growth. The leaves are smooth and opposite growing with a EMPLOYMENT glossy dark green color. The Bark is a reddish- brown color hough our employment that sheds the outer later in settings have been incredibly altered by world events, one SDSHU\Ă€DNHV<HOORZXSULJKW Ă€RZHUVHPHUJHLQODWHVSULQJLQ constant factor is the need to interact with others positively a cluster pattern. on the job. There will always be group projects, personal issues, DQGFRQĂ€LFWVWKDWQHHGWREH addressed amicably and professionally. While many of us have KDGWKHEHQHÂżWRIWUDLQLQJLQ This Native Plant of the Month these areas, others have not been is brought to you by the City of as fortunate thus far. COVID-19 Beavertonâ€™s Landscape and Urban has further complicated matters; Forestry Department. Visit Clean when workplaces closed, learnWater Serviceâ€™s Native Plant ing opportunities dwindled for Finder webpage for interactive questions to help you ďŹ nd the right underrepresented populations, native plant to ďŹ t your needs! including those experiencing disabilities. Dirkse Counseling & Consultingâ€™s virtual class, Getting Along: Positive Workplace Practices, helps students with disabilities develop soft skills to support inclusion into modern workplaces that have been affected by COVID-19. This interactive, Employment Specialist-led class will promote skills in safety, teamwork, emotional UHJXODWLRQFRQĂ€LFWUHVROXWLRQ
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professional communications, and appropriate boundaries. All lessons will be tailored to meet the needs of individual clients and their unique support needs. Participants will work with classmates and instructors in a safe, online environment to apply these skills with peers and instructors while having fun. As normal business operations remain uncertain, it is especially important that unique job-seekers remain engaged to EXLOGFRQÂżGHQFHDQGH[SHULHQFH for future employment scenarios. Dirkse is pleased to offer this new class in a socially distanced, virtual environment that has been developed by experts who
have been serving our community for over twenty years. For more information about Dirkseâ€™s mission and programs, please contact us at (503)-265-9256.
And now, as the 2021 F1 season looms, I have plans on watching every race... â€œliveâ€? or recorded! What does this have to with business?
informing...and opening your business to your community so their familiarity level with you is deep and personal!
For more information about the Discovery process, please contact Dirkse Counseling & Consulting at (503)-265-9256. If your business would like to be more inclusive to people with different abilities, matching skill sets to your business needs, please reach out to Dirkse Counseling and Consulting, Inc. at 503-265-9256.
CATALYST BUSINESS NEWSLETTER
Familiarity Connects! Do your customers know you? BUSINESS BUZZ I love motor sports! love the technology, the precision, the art, the power, strategizing...you name it. For the most part, I really love NASCAR and Indy Car racing. After all, they are Americanized, more local, broadcast more often...and when it comes to NASCAR, the driverâ€™s names and the car brands were more recognizable to me. Nothing against Formula 1. Itâ€™s awesome, high tech, global and exciting...but I just did not have a connection. Over time, as a fan of racing, I would lightly pay attention to Formula 1. Very lightly. To date, I have never watched an F1 race. Simply, it was pretty foreign to me and while I had a glimmer of interest, it
FAMILIARITY! FAMILIARITY WORKS!
was just not enough to connect and engage. That changed over Winter Break. With more time on my hands, I watched 2 seasons of a documentary of the Formula 1 Circuit. It highlighted drivers, race teams, and their toils, tribulations, wins, losses and what it took to win and overcome adversity. Names like Lewis Hamilton, Niko Hulkenberg, Carlos Sainz, Max Verstappen and others.
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I got to know them. I learned about them personally. Their personalities, their families, what they were like as drivers. The more I watched, the more interested I became. I was conscious of this change. I watched it evolve. I was quite intrigued by my growing interest in F1.
Are your customers, or potential customers familiar with you? Or do they just kind of know about you? How connected are they with your brand, your product, your people, your services...and most importantly...you? Familiarity...Being Connected...Knowledge; they are critical, especially in todayâ€™s crowded, busy, fast paced marketplace. One can never assume customers know enough about our companies OR that enough customers know about us. It is a lifelong project, that takes constant energy, effort, adjusting and innovation. NEVER QUIT! Keep connecting, educating,
â€˘ Make it easy for people to do (and keep doing) business with you! â€˘ Look upâ€Ś and surprise someone!
Spencer Rubin is a sales/marketing expert and a passionate advocate for the success of small, local business owners. To sign up for Spencerâ€™s weekly Catalyst Newsletter. Contact 971-732-4745. â€œDonâ€™t give up, donâ€™t EVER give upâ€? ~Coach Jim Valvano
Connecting businesses with their customers and residents with their community!
Local Directory Shop at these Beaverton businesses Arts & Culture Theatre in the Grove theatreinthegrove.org (503) 359-5349
Broadway Rose Theatre www.broadwayrose.org 503-620-5262
European Classical Music Appreciation. Sit back and enjoy! annaclassica.com
Garden Home Community Library gardenhomelibrary.org 503-245-9932
KPTV Fox Channel 12 www.kptv.com
Acting & Speech Coaching
Jazz Combo Classes
All levels and all ages welcome! Call Terry at 503-707-4554
www.ensemblejazzexperience.com Call Tina at 917-202-9816 today!
The Book Corner www.bookcornerbeaverton.org 503-643-5188 MAP1C4
PGE Green Power Program 800-542-8818
Recycling & Waste Programs
in a choice-based environment. Small classes, all subjects, K-12. www.villagehome.org 503-597-9100
Oregon Long Term Care
KUIK AM 1360 through historic photos, artifacts, exhibits and more! www.historicbeaverton.org 503-430-0106
Lana L. Nelson Oil Painting See my work LanaLNelson.com & www.villagegalleryarts.org/ lana-lnelson/ (in Facebook too!) Call me at 503 830-7894
Community Resources (See useful ph# list on page 2)
Aloha Community Library www.alohalibrary.org 503-259-0185
Beaverton City Library Beaverton Civic Theatre BeavertonCivicTheatre.org 503-754-9866
www.beavertonlibrary.org (503) 644-2197
Beaverton Composting 503-526-2460
Beaverton Police Dept. www.beavertonoregon.gov 503-629-0111
Beaverton School District www.beaverton.k12.or.us 503-591-8000
Affordable Arts and Crafts Classes and Workshops 1060 NW Salzman Road (next to the Cedar Mill library) www.villagegalleryarts.org
Cedar Hills Crossing www.cedarhillscrossing.com 503-643-6563
Cedar Mill Library library.cedarmill.org 503-644-0043
Chamber of Commerce Increasing Access to the Arts...
through our Scholarship Program and the Campaign to build the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts beavertonartsfoundation.org
Art on Broadway
Community Gardens (City)
Gallery in downtown beaverton 503- 601-3300
Ombudsman Program www.oregon.gov/LTCO 1-800-522-2602
THPRD www.thprd.org 503-645-6433
Beaverton City Library www.beavertonlibrary.org (503) 644-2197
Village at Scholls Ferry 503-747-7238
TVF&R www.tvfr.com 503-259-1225
Wash. County Visitors Center
Beaverton Coloring Books Color in the fun images as your kids learn about the city. The perfect gift or souvenir! BRG@CedarHouseMedia.com
*Free Placement Testing*
See student success stories in Kid’s corner on back cover! www.kumon.com/south-beaverton 503-639-7219 MAP2D
Visitors Center for Beaverton and Washington County oregonswashingtoncounty.org 503-644-5555
Private Piano Lesons All ages and levels PhD in Piano, 30yrs experience. 971-246-4824
Wash. County Republicans Working for Oregon! www.washco.gop, 503-927-7374
Wash. County Sheriff’s Ofﬁce www.co.washington.or.us/sheriff 503-846-2700
Support Your Library by donating to the Beaverton Library Foundation online @ beavertonlibraryfoundation.org
Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
Community Gardens (THPRD)
Preschool - 5th Grade 14485 SW Walker Road (across from Nike) 503-641-4600 | www.asapdx.org
Cascade Montessori Preschool
97223 Garden Home
M- F: 7am to 530pm *Ages 2-6* Call Miss Tiffany at (503) 591-9654
97229 Bethany / Cedar Mill
Belly Dance! Beginners Welcome!
Washington Square Mall shopwashingtonsquare.com 503-639-8860
Energy Trust of Oregon
Beaverton School District
FOX 12 Oregon
Learn to prosper with life!
Values in Action! 503-626-7018 www.washcodems.org
beavertonedfoundation.org 503-643-7453 Let your self esteem blossom. Aweigh Impasse holding classes at 12750 SW 2nd Street, Ste 102 Call (916) 396-9633
Beaverton Education Foundation
Learn About our City’s Past
97223 Tigard Beaverton Zip Codes
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Beaverton Comes Together and Thrives! Counseling for Caregivers and Healers. Camille Keith, LPC-Intern Supervisor Tara Sanderson, PsyD camillekeith.com (971-295-1547)
Preschool- Grade 5 Education centered in the heart. livingwisdomportland.org 4855 SW Watson Ave. Beaverton 503-671-9112
Health Beauty & Wellness
Interior and Exterior Shutters
Birth & Postpartum Doulas www.birthingstone.com 503-718-7574
Cedar Mill Optometrist Call Dr. Goldman at 503-646-6166 www.cedarmillvision.com
Your Healing Sanctuary www.jaderiverpdx.com 503-297-3825
Holistic Health Clinic www.hhclinic.com 503-646-8575
Dental care you can smile about! Exams & Cleanings | Extractions Restorations | Removable Prosthetic | 503-336-0382 www.ismilebeaverton.com
Fine Window Treatments That Are Uniquely You! shuttersportland.com 503-406-2544
Medicare accredited 503-644-2101
New Continuous Gutters!
Housing & Home Maintenance
Get Back to Feeling Good!
Raleigh Hills Assisted Living Where our home becomes your home! www.rhliving.com 503-297-3200
Primary Care for the whole family Nutrition, IV Therapy, Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Dr. Jennifer Means & Dr. Elizabeth Elliott welcome you! 503-641-6400
care for your entire family. Visit us at: murrayschollsfamilydental.com 503-590-7574
We make it easy to feel right at home. www.creekside-village.com 503-643-9735
Guaranteed Pest Control Protecting your health and property since 1949! www.guaranteedpestcontrol.net 503-646-2119
Painting & General Contracting *Finishing Fine Interiors* **Weather Tight Exteriors** www.ffpaint.com (CCB#205045) 503-451-3239
Family Practice Hindi & Punjabi speaking provider available. **Mon-Sat Extended Hours** 503-644-1171
Hills Construction Contracting Residential, Remodel & Service “We take care of all construction needs including kitchens & baths!” Low prices on water heater replacements 971-246-3682 (CCB#102201)
Come On...Let’s Play!! Daycare & Overnights 4070 SW Cedar Hills Blvd www.busterandlilly.net 503.596.2146
Been in an accident? The Catwalk Hair Studio
Medicare accredited 503-644-2101
Empowering Clients to Heal
Family Chiropractic Center Specializing in personalized corrective care based on problems, not just symptoms. www.tpcportland.com 503-574-4872
to King City Senior Village. *Move in Sepcials* www.kingcityseniorvillage.com 503-684-1008
Take a look at what retirement living should be! www.beavertonlodge.com 503-646-0635
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Dove Lewis 24hr Pet Hospital #1 choice for animal emergencies www.dovelewis.org
Daycare & Pet Hotel Suites Visit barklandia-pdx.com or call us at 503.430.5821
Hart Road Animal Hospital hartroadanimalhospital.com 503-591-5282
Nourish the soul with Reiki. **Gentle & Restorative** Visit: sanareiki.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org comprehensive consultations in Bioﬁeld & Chakra Modalities at 12750 SW 2nd Street, Ste 102. Call for Appointment: (916) 396-9633 Tetyana Zinchenko, Practitioner
Animals & Pet Care
Offering Independent Living And Assisted Living Services At Canﬁeld Place, we are family. 503-626-5100
Enhance your life & performance Improves memory, focus & sleep Visit peaktrainingcenters.com (503) 420-7580
Enjoy Life with Friends Independent Living, Assisted Living & Memory Care. www.thespringsliving.com 503-629-5500
Pets Senior Living In Beaverton
Bridgeton Chiropractic Specializing in Chiropractic, Rehab, Nutrition and DOT Exams. www.bridgetonchiro.com Call Today 971-255-1708
* Living Proof * J Beverly Hills * *Moroccanoil* Call Kelly Christiansen at 503-464-6711
Gutter & roof cleaning, gutter repair, pressure washing, moss removal. allguttersandmore.com 503-268-9121
Senior Living Community Comprehensive dental
Up-do, Bridal, Special Occasion, Lash Extentions, Face Waxing, Colour, highlights, smoothing 503-430-0008
Grab your “Honey Do” list and gimme a call. No job too small! handymanmarcpaul.com 971-238-8358
5-star rated clinics in both Aloha and downtown Beaverton.. Visit us at renuchiro.com 503-406-2020
Men, Women & Kids!
Serving Beaverton & Tigard
End Petlessness Your Shower Door & Mirror *EXPERTS* Free estimates on all projects. Come talk to us! www.canyon.glass 503-644-3153
Building Family for Life Independent Living | Assisted Living | Memory Care www.morningstarseniorliving.com 503-713-5143
Oregon Humane Society www.oregonhumane.org 503-285-7722
Healthy Affordable Pet Supplies Nature’s Pet 503-579-2403
Connecting businesses with their customers and residents with their community!
Shop Local • Give Local • Stay Local Pet Lost & Found
Valley Community Presbyterian
All found pets are registered with the county. For more info: www.petharbor.com
Contact us at valleycommunity.org or call 503.292.3537.
Bethel Congregational UCC Sunday mornings at 10am. www.bethelbeaverton.org
Beaverton Church of the Nazarene www.beavertonnaz.org (503) 643-6616
Your Local Pet Place! Shopping for pet supplies should be easy... that’s what we do! tfspets.com 503-352-4269
Church. 12250 SW Denney Road Progressive Spirit, Beloved Community, 503-644-2073 www.southmin.org
St. Barnabas Espicopal Church Sunday Services: 8 & 10am 2201 SW Vermont, Portland saintbarnabaspdx.org 503-246-1949
Mexican Cuisine Holy Angels Anglo-Catholic Church. Services w/Father Vince Varnas every Sunday 10:30am at our home church: 8950 SW 190th Ave., Aloha/Beaverton 503-356-8852
Hoshana Rabbah Messianic
Daily happy hour from 11-5pm. 16305 SW Barrows Rd, Beaverton www.casalolapdx.com 503-567-8131
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hoshanarabbah.org (503) 570-3376
Good Samaritan Ministries GoodSamaritanMinistries.org or call 503-644-2339.
Try our Super Teriyaki Bowl! Also Spicy Stir Fry, Yakisoba, Orange Chicken, Asian Chicken Salad, Bibimbap and more! 503-626-0552
Authentic Japanese Cuisine Beaverton’s Best Sushi! Udon, Tempura, soba, Ramen, Curry, and more! Visit us at 9230 SW B/H Hwy 503-296-0045
Killer Burger Burgers, Beer, Bottomless Fries! Crazy Hour Specials killerburger.com, 503-268-1757
Retail & Shopping
Portland Balaji Temple www.ebalajitemple.com (503) 621-7716
We Buy Gold & Silver! Engagement, Jewelry, Antique, Timepieces, Gifts, Service/Repair. www.smithandbevill.com 503 644-1333
St. John Greek Orthodox Church The place for all your bird needs.
14485 SW Walker Rd, Beaverton Sunday service at 10am. Visitors welcome! stjohngoc.org | 503-644-7444
Exotic birds, healthy foods, toys, boarding & advice. Great prices! 503-644-9515 www.bizeebird.com
Washington County Dog License **Cats and other pets exempt** www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/ AnimalServices
Sunday Service 9:15am Come connect, grow & serve with us! parksidefellowship.org (503) 646-4455
Restaurants Food & Drink
Adopt a Lovable Put www.paciﬁcpugrescue.org 503.704.3587
Murray Hills Christian Church
New location at 14603 SW Millikan Way at Murray Blvd. www.abhiruchirestaurant.com 503-671-0432
Authentic Caribbean Cuisine
Village on Scholls Ferry Class A Retail Complex. Restaurant & Ofﬁce Space Avail. www.guansusa.com 503-747-7238
Azteca Warm Church with an Open Heart Located in downtown Beaverton at 4th & Watson. Worship with us at 1030am, Sunday School at noon. Visit www.beavertonumc.org or call 503-646-7107
Authentic Indian Lunch Buffet
Italian inspired with a menu that changes weekly featuring fresh seasonal ingredients from the Northwest. 503-641-3223 decarlirestaurant.com
Beaverton Florist* Flowers for every occasion, plants, cards, gifts & more! www.beavertonﬂorists.com 503-644-0129
Boriken Restaurant Flavors of Puerto Rico! borikenrestaurant.com 503-596-3571
Bilal Mosque Association (503) 591-7233 www.bilalmasjid.com
New Hope Missionary Baptist Great Cats for Great Homes www.catscradlerescue.com 503-320-6079
Valley Community Pres Church www.valleycommunity.org (503) 292-3537
Churches & Spiritual
Enjoy Authentic Mexican Food! Open Sun - Thurs: 11am - 10pm Fri-Sat 11am - 11pm www.lahaciendarealoregon.com 503-601-7000
30 varieties of pancakes & wafﬂes! *Beaverton’s Favorite Restaurant* www.tomspancakehouse.com 503-646-2688
Beaverton Coloring Books Learn about the city through these locally drawn coloring books. We have other Beaverton souvenirs too! 503-314-3459. BRG@CedarHouseMedia.com
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Join us Sundays at 11am
A Little Taste of El Salvador
A positive plan for spiritual living. Everyone welcome, families & youth www.unityofbeaverton.org 503-646-3364
Tu-Sa: 11-3pm, Saturday Breakfast 9-11am and Sun. 11:30-2:30pm. Homemade salsa and soups to go! 503-268-2124
Black Bear Diner Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Take out & Delivery Available Visit blackbeardiner.com 503-646-4507
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Beaverton Comes Together and Thrives! Book Corner
Ferguson Auto Brokers
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Do you need Auto Help? That’s what I do! I Buy, Sell, & Consign Automobiles. 35+ years experience in the auto industry. Call me: 503-930-1493
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Sun Connections Hot Tubs, Stoves, Fireplaces Pools, Free Water Analysis Service & Installation www.HavenSpaPoolHearth.com 503-649-2201
Volunteer Today. casahelpskids.org 503-988-5115
Raise Your Business Visibility Signs, Banners, Decals, A-Frames & Vehicle Graphics www.fastsigns.com/46 503-526-0216
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Insurance Partners NW Home, Auto, Business, & Health Friendly local independent agents! www.InsurancePartnersNW.com 503-372-5621
Travel & Cruises, LLC **Layaway Plans Available**. www.sunconnections.com 503-655-4850
If you like what you see in these pages and have a local business, consider advertising with us! BRG@cedarhousemedia.com
Family Entertainment Center
Martial Arts & Self Defense **Adults | Teens | Kids** Naga Self Defense School 503-291-9333
Cecilia K. Nguyen, Esq. Immigration & Citizenship, Business Law, Adoption & Legal Guardianship, 503-644-2146 www.beavertonlaw.com
Valentine Quotes Oregon Metropolitan Elite Gymnastics Academy
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Your Partner in Homecare Compassionate In Home Care Trained professionals meeting senior care needs in the safety and comfort of home! 503.352-5634 www.homematterscaregiving.com
Brisbin Computer Consulting From corporate networks to home helpdesk and affordable web design, let me know how i can be of service... 971-217-0988
Personal Care, Household Tasks and Transportation HomecarePartner.org 503-433-8079 MAP1E4
Cartridge Network 6800 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Portland, OR 97225 www.cartridge-network.com 503-246-0665
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I swear I couldn’t love you more than I do right now and yet I know I will tomorrow.
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Independent Insurance Agent Big and Small, We Write it All. Business Ins., Worker’s Comp., Home, Auto, Health/Life. 503-644-9945
$3.75/Dry Cleaned Garment Next Day Service! Men’s Shirt laundry $2. 100% Eco-friendly. 25yrs in Beaverton. Cdryclean.com 503-520-8845
The Best Providers All In One Place HOME | AUTO | BUSINESS www.jmiinsurance.com 503-671-9966
25 cent Color Copies! High Quality | Low Cost Any project large or small. www.cedarhousemedia.com 503-641-3320
Spanning 50 sq. Miles and providing high-quality park and recreation facilities, programs, services, and natural areas. ww.thprd.org
**PLUMBING** Disability Employment Specialists Consultation & Training in Diversity, Inclusion & Conﬂict Resolution (www.dirksecc.com) 503-265-9256
Hills Construction Contracting Residential, Remodel & Service “We take care of all construction needs including kitchens & baths!” Low prices on water heater replacements! 971-246-3682
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Beaverton Farmers Market
Say NO to DUI & Say YES to JMI Party Buses & Limos www.jmilimousine.com 503-643-6404
The Winter Market is every Saturday, Feb - April (10am-1:30pm) beavertonfarmersmarket.com
I fell in love with the way you touched me without using your hands.
Anyone can catch your eye but it takes someone special to catch your heart.
The word love is too feeble to explain what I feel for you and a single lifetime is too short to say how much I love you.
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I’m stopped at the red-light facing North at the intersection of Murray and Farmington. I know it’s okay to turn right when trafﬁc is clear but what if I’m the second car back and the car ahead of me is going straight. Is it legal for me to squeeze by the car ahead of me if there is space to do so and make the right-hand turn? ANSWER: The second car may make a right hand turn under those circumstances as long as he/she does not leave the paved portion of the road and they don’t drive in a designated bike lane in order to make that turn. As you can tell a great deal is dependent on exactly where the ﬁrst car in line stops.
What is the actual limit in a school zone when school is not in session (e.g. summertime)? Answer: School zone speed reverts back to whatever the posted speed for the street is.
From a little to a lot. Just participating makes all the difference.
I understand that driving while texting is against the law, so why do people still get to smoke while driving (and not get cited for that)?
When you join our Green Future renewable power program, you make a great choice to reduce your carbon emissions and bring more clean energy into the mix.
Answer: The legislature has not made smoking a “driving while impaired” issue.
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Is it legal to turn-left into the Safeway parking lot facing west on Allen Blvd just before Murray Blvd even though there’s a double-double yellow line? ANSWER: You may make the turn as long as you are not passing cars in order to make the turn. You cannot cross over the yellow lines and pass cars that are backed up in order to make the turn.
If I’m driving down Murray Blvd and a bus going the opposite direction stops and puts out its stop sign, do I need to stop even with an island in the middle separating trafﬁc? What about if it’s an emergency vehicle on the other side of the island?
Participation in Green Future is easy, and not only will you be reducing your carbon footprint, you’ll be helping others too. That’s because when you sign up, you’re also helping fund the development of local renewable energy projects. Like recently, when the Oregon Zoo wanted to have the first net-zero building in the state: The 760 solar panels that helped them do that were paid for in part by PGE Green Future customers. No wonder Green Future is the number one voluntary renewable energy program in the nation! portlandgeneral.com/greenfuture
ANSWER: While travelling in the opposite direction you are not required to stop as long as there is a raised barrier or island. You are required to yield to the emergency vehicle (pull to the right and stop) because the emergency vehicle may have to travel in your lane.
If you have a trafﬁc question that you'd like us to ask the Beaverton Police Department for this column, email us at: BRG@cedarhousemedia.com. For all other police questions, call the police non-emergency number: 503-526-2260. Beaverton Family Chiropractic
There are a lot of ways to manage your energy use at home. Everything from weatherizing to installing a smart thermostat. And if you have a smartphone, you can manage your energy from just about anywhere. Simple things like tracking your energy use with our free Energy Tracker and setting up notifications. You can even monitor outages and make payments. All that power, right in the palm of your hand with the PGE mobile app.
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Beaverton Comes Together and Thrives! BEAVERTON BUSINESS
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FACEBOOK: The original in social media. A way to connect with friends, family, co-workers, and share your latest updates and milestones. A great way to reconnect with childhood friends, classmates, long lost relatives too. It has become a VLJQLÂżFDQWSODWIRUPIRUEXVLQHVV representation if your business services one of these types of people. ,I\RXDUHDQRIÂżFHVXSSO\FRPSDQ\DQG\RXWDUJHWODUJHRIÂżFHVWKLV wouldnâ€™t be the top space for you. If you have a store, a restaurant, a service, or perhaps a consumer good you will want to have a presence here. This is a great place to post your latest updates, events, pictures of products, and even sell products if your eCommerce business is on Shopify (a whole different article but an eCommerce website hosting platform). As of August 2020, according to a study conducted by Sprout Social, 79% of adults between 30-49 and 68% between 50-64 not only use Facebook, but visit at least once a day.
INSTAGRAM: Itâ€™s all about the images. Build your brand here through pictures.
Itâ€™s the perfect way to sell your product and engage your customers. If you love to take pictures, and can quickly upload them, this is the place for you. In addition to posting on your homepage, you can easily create â€œstoriesâ€? throughout the day (quick snippets of imaging usually with text on it). These are for spontaneous posts rather than planned and scheduled. This platform is owned by Facebook which makes for easy cross-posting. This too is a great space to reach a customer like the one on Facebook however here the customer tends to be more media savvy, often younger, and trendier. As of November 2020, according to Statista, 33.1 percent of U.S. Instagram users were between 25 and 34 years old. The second-largest user group was 18- to 24-yearolds with a 22.8 percent share. Overall, more than 56 percent of Instagram audiences in the United States were female.
taken, sent, and disappears. This is mainly for a young, urban demographic and a product that appeals to them. Think music, clothing, HGJ\LWHPVRUVSHFLÂżFIDQEDVHG stuff (Subaru hot rods anyone?).
TWITTER: The intellectual. If your company is newsy, tech-y, innovative, or with cutting edge information it can get engagement on Twitter. Twitter does have its niches such as WineTwitter, BeerTwitter, FashionTwitter, MarketingTwitter, and so on...The average user is educated and urban. Age Group Demographic: 18+, sweet spot 25-30
This platform is all about an LQGLYLGXDOÂśVSURIHVVLRQDOSURÂżOH Businesses stake a claim here too and then try to reach that professional through information and news articles they publish. This is DJRRGSODFHWRFUHDWHDSURÂżOHIRU your business and publish information if you have regular updates about your business or your product. If you want to reach other SURIHVVLRQDOVLQ\RXUÂżHOGVD\ DYLDWLRQRUÂżQDQFHRUUHDOHVWDWH this is a great place. Itâ€™s not a place you want to really spend advertising dollars but instead talks about your specialty and its place in business. Users tend to be urban, educated, and the percentage of men and women using LinkedIn is relatively similar; 29% men 24% women. Age Group Demographic: 25+, sweet spot 25-40
PINTEREST: All about human interest. Pinterest is where users collect information for future projects, ÂżQGUHFLSHVIRUWKHLUGLQQHU parties, get ideas on what to wear for a wedding rehearsal. Itâ€™s very design-oriented and the perfect place for a business known to
be creative, editorial, DIY, or transformational. Itâ€™s aspirational and beautiful. More women use Pinterest, and they are educated and in a higher economic bracket. A great place to advertise anything related to home, beauty, fashion, design, cooking, etc. Age Group Demographic: 18+, sweet spot up to age 50 There is so much detail we can go into, but we run the risk of being boring. Letâ€™s end with this: choose one or two platforms that ÂżW\RXUEXVLQHVVGHPRJUDSKLF and do them well. Donâ€™t try to be everywhere just for the sake of it. Remember, if your customer sees you on Pinterest because thatâ€™s where they are, theyâ€™re going to think youâ€™re everywhere! Next month we will talk about Newsletters and how they can help grow your business. If you arenâ€™t sure what platform is for you, send us an email and we will give you free advice! Joanne@winehausco.com Do you have a question about small business marketing that you would like to see answered here? Just Email BRG@cedarhousemedia.com
WineHaus Marketing is located right here in downtown Beaverton. We work with small businesses that want to grow their online presence. By focusing on the three areas outlined in this article, we bring your ideas to life. Call us for a free consultation. 971-724-2347
SNAPCHAT: Do you have something trendy, XQLTXHÂżWVDQLFKHWKDW\RXQJ people like? Love to send quick pics and info? Snapchat is all about the disappearing post, so a photo is
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Find all these stories & more Online! Visit www.beavertonresourceguide.com Fresh Air: Pug Adoption
FRESH AIR: ZOO NEWS
New half-price admission discount
Iâ€™m ready for a new home
Now offered at the Oregon Zoo
8 Year old Female Adoption Donation $300 Our little Sqweakie girl is ďŹ nally ready for her new home!
-year-old Sqweakie came to us with many health problems, her eyes were very bad and one had to be removed, she has limited sight in the other. She is on dry eye medication and will be for life. Sqweakies ears had a bad bacterial infection and although things are much better, she will most likely have issues with her ears on and off throughout her lifetime. Now that Sqweakie is feeling better her personality has come out, she loves her foster momâ€™s lap and likes to be with her but donâ€™t worry she doesnâ€™t get upset when left alone. Sqweakie is very jealous of other dogs and can be a bully so we are looking for a home where she can be an only dog. Young children will not EHDJRRGÂżWIRUKHU6TZHDNie loves her walks in the
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neighborhood and when you take off her harness, she grabs it and shakes it! She absolutely loves to play with toys. Sheâ€™s a sweet quirky little lady that would love to have a forever home.
Adoption Donation $300.
PaciďŹ c Pug Rescue is a non-proďŹ t operated by volunteers and rely solely on donations from the community. With no paid staff, every penny of your tax-deductible donation goes to help save Pugs in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. If you are interested in adopting one of our wonderful pugs or have questions, visit us at www.paciďŹ cpugrescue.org.
s economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to rack the region, the Oregon Zoo has launched a new half-price admission discount for qualifying individuals and families. â€œThe effects of this pandemic have reached much farther and lasted much longer than any of us anticipated,â€? said Scott Cruickshank, interim zoo director. â€œEven though WKH]RRÂśVÂżQDQFLDOSLFWXUHUHmains far from rosy, we know this discount is something our community needs more than ever right now.â€? Cruickshank added that measures like these are vital to the zooâ€™s greater calling. â€œKeeping the zoo accessible is not just a nice thing to do â€” itâ€™s critical to our mission,â€? he said. â€œEach person who walks through the front gates represents an opportunity to make a positive change for wildlife.â€? Visitors can purchase up to six half-price tickets online and â€” when they come to the zoo â€” bring a photo ID
and documentation showing they participate in any of the following programs: â€˘ Oregon Trail card â€˘ Washington Quest Card â€˘ Medicaid/CHIP (e.g., Oregon Health Plan, Apple Care) â€˘ WIC - eWIC card â€˘ Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) The half-price admission discount cannot be combined with other offers or promotions. For more information, visit oregonzoo.org/discounts. The zoo is currently open Fridays through Mondays, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with last entry at 3 p.m. All guests, including zoo members, must reserve their tickets online
in advance and masks are require throughout the zoo. To learn more about what to expect when visiting, go to oregonzoo.org/reopening. The Oregon Zoo Foundation is leading efforts to fund critical needs of the zoo during its limited-capacity reopening. To contribute, go to oregonzoo.org/donate. Members, donors and corporate and foundation partners help the zoo make a difference across the region and around the world.
Washington County on our website, over the phone and in person. Our staff will FKHFNUHSRUWVÂżOHGE\WKRVH who are missing a pet, scan for a microchip, and explain the process of bringing the animal to our shelter or the legal steps required if you want to keep the animal in your home for more than a day or two while searching for the owner. â€˘ If you canâ€™t locate an animalâ€™s owner quickly, contact us regarding bringing the animal to the shelter where we can make sure all possible options are explored to help them get home quickly! Stray dogs can be brought into the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter during normal business hours without an appointment
or you can call us for pick up. Healthy stray cats are currently only accepted by appointment and pick up is not available, but our staff can support you with information regarding trying to ÂżQGWKHDQLPDOÂśVIDPLO\
To learn more or to make a gift, call 503-505-5494 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I found a lost dog... what should I do? Q&A with the Animal Shelter BONNIE HAYS Each month, you will have the chance to have your questions answered by the animal shelter. What should I do if I ďŹ nd a lost dog or cat?
elping lost pets make it back home is an important part of our work at the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter, but we need your help! ,I\RXÂżQGDGRJRUFDW please assume it has an owner who is looking for it. Here is what you can do to help reunite the animal with its family. â€˘ Check the animal for identiÂżFDWLRQVXFKDVDFROODUZLWK tags. Dogs and cats should
be scanned for a microchip, which offers a permanent IRUPRILGHQWLÂżFDWLRQ:H can do this at our shelter DQGPRVWYHWHULQDU\RIÂżFHV provide this service as well. â€˘ Check social media (including Nextdoor) for reports of missing pets in your area
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and share that youâ€™ve found an animal. Ask neighbors in person, by phone, text or email if they recognize the animal. Maybe home is just a block away! â€˘ File a report in the county where the animal was found. We offer this service for
For more information on these topics and more, please visit www.WashingtonCountyPets.com. The Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter is located in downtown Hillsboro at 1901 SE 24th Ave. Email your questions to: Stacy_Beckley @co.washington.or.us
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STUDENT CORNER: TEEN ESSAY
THPRD has a wide range of online options
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Please visit our website www.thprd.org and register for your virtual class today. Find your favorite activity at THPRD:
â€˘ Raleigh Swim Center is Open. Under updated state guidance, THPRD was able to open the outdoor pool. Space is very limited, we appreciate the publicâ€™s patience as this is the only pool we can open at this time. Lanes can be reserved for individual lap swim at the districtâ€™s registration site www. thprd.org/portal. â€˘ Mobile Recreation is Back. In January we are able to bring THPRDâ€™s various mobile recreation programs for youth, people experiencing disabilities, and seniors. Thanks to grants from Washing County and the Tualatin Hills Park Foundation these programs will be ongoing through June. â€˘ Drive-In BINGO. This popular event is back at the Elsie Sthur Center parking lot. Visit our website for dates.
â€˘ FREE Fitness in the Park. :HKDYH)5((ÂżWQHVV class options for people in parks throughout the district from mid-January to mid-March. All classes are held in compliance with state health and safety guidelines. THPRD Board of Directors Elections Coming in May On May 18, 2021, an election will be held to elect board members for three positions on the THPRD Board of Directors. Positions are at-large, meaning they serve the entire district, and terms last for four years. Board members may receive a taxable stipend of up to $200 per month. THPRD is a special purpose local government formed to administer park and recreation services within the City of Beaverton and portions of unincorporated
Washington County. The Board is the governing body for the District. â€˘ The Board is made up of ÂżYHPHPEHUVHOHFWHGE\ voters within the District. â€˘ Board members set District policy and oversee the annual budget of more than $60 million. 7KHÂżUVWGDWHWRÂżOHIRUDQ RIÂżFHLV)HEUXDU\ 7KHÂżOLQJGHDGOLQHLV0DUFK 18, 2021. The election will be held on May 18, 2021. The election is administered by the Washington County Elections Division.
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he Malheur wire-lettuce is the loneliest plant in Oregon. It looks like a low shrub with thin, wire-like stems that support tiny six-petaled pink, UHGRUZKLWHĂ€RZHUV2QHRI the 17 currently endangered plants in our state, this small Ă€RZHULQJSODQWKDVRQO\HYHU been found in a single location on the hills surrounding Harney Lake in southeastern Oregon. Interestingly, while the Malheur Wire-lettuce is an annual plant, its parent species â€œwire-lettuceâ€? is a perennial. Despite its isolation, it has evolved to be distinct from its parent plant. The species has been monitored since 1974, but the initial population of 228 plants had mysteriously dwindled to almost zero in 1999. During this dark age, Malheur wire-lettuce faced a new threat: the aggressive non-native â€œcheatgrass.â€? This fast-spreading grass is speculated to have played a role in threatening the species. While the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) directed an initiative to restore the species between 2007 and 2011, sowing about 46,000 seeds in the area, annual surveys in 2016 found only three individual plants in poor condition. Currently, the Malheur wire-lettuce is designated endangered, and while thousands of seeds are stored in
seed banks, it is suspected to be naturally extinct. While just one footnote of a species in decline, the entire story is alarming. The extinction rate of plants and animals is thousands of times higher than the background extinction rate. It is more important than ever to learn about locally threatened VSHFLHVDQGÂżQGZD\VWRHUDGLcate or prevent invasive species. Please help me in bringing awareness of the plight of the Malheur Wire-lettuce.
The ODFW is a helpful resource for information about sustaining a healthy local environment. Shion is a junior at Southridge high school and enjoys playing the trumpet, baseball and hiking.
FRESH AIR: CAT ADOPTION
Spending more time at home? Why not share it with a new friend! From Catâ€™s Cradle PET ADOPTION Ritz (6yrs)
â€™m one of the friendliest cats youâ€™ll meet. I also have a bit of a quirky side which involves
walking around with stuffed animals, and meowing while walking up and down the hall. I enjoy being the center of attention, but I get along with other cats and dogs. An adult home would be best, as I thrive on attention. Is there room in your heart and home for me? Catâ€™s Cradle Rescue 503-320-6079.
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I was named after the Egyptian goddess, Isis. Since my human passed away Iâ€™ve lived in a couple different places. Iâ€™m looking for a calm, quiet forever home where I can be treated like the goddess I am. Iâ€™m sweet, snuggly, and
sessions. An adult home is best to give me time to adjust to my surroundings. Meet me at Catâ€™s Cradle Rescue 503-320-6079.
My nameâ€™s Isis!
love being petted. At night Iâ€™ll curl up under the covers with you. I have my own litter box, dishes, toys and stairs. Iâ€™m at Catâ€™s Catâ€™s Cradle Rescue 503-320-6079.
I spent many years on the streets fending for myself before being rescued. Now that Iâ€™m safe and healing, Iâ€™m really coming out of my shell! I love sitting in my fosterâ€™s lap,and at the foot of the bed at night. Iâ€™m also quite fond of being combed, and love my grooming
Catâ€™s Cradle Rescue is an all-volunteer, foster-home based No Kill rescue serving Oregon cats who need new homes. Since 2012, Catâ€™s Cradle Rescue has rescued, fostered and adopted over 2,000 cats and kittens (and counting!). We invite you to become a foster parent and experience the great satisfaction of helping a cat or kitten in need. Find your new kitty friend by contacting us at 503-320-6079 or www.catscradlerescue.com.
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Work on your mental health this winter work just as well as an antiGHSUHVVDQWLQÂżJKWLQJPLOGWR moderate depression. If you can, check out a new winter activity like snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Or, simply get those muck boots on and hit any number of local trails. Weâ€™ve put together a series of stretching videos for those who donâ€™t want to brave the weather. Find them on our Instagram at @tpc_portland under our IGTV.
Three ways to beat the winter blahs HEALTH
he rainy season has set in hard in Oregon. This dreary time, combined with no immediate prospects of vacationing, is causing everyone to feel the effects of seasonal affective disorder â€“ or SAD. SAD is the clinical term for the depressing jag you can fall into when you donâ€™t get enough sunshine, exercise, and positive social interaction. Working on your mental health during the long, blah, winter months takes everyday effort. Try these three ways to feel better today.
Get cozy The winter is an excellent time to embrace slowness and nurture your spirit. In Denmark, where they experience one of the longest winters around, they call this hygge. Loosely translated as â€œcoziness,â€? hygge is all about embracing the good, slow, WKLQJVLQOLIH/LJKWDÂżUHZHDU comfortable clothes, and curl up with a good book.
Get moving Embrace the weather and just get outside. Exercise can
Light therapy Bright light has been proven to help people diagnosed with SAD. A lightbox that produces a full spectrum of light at a high enough intensity can help regulate your bodyâ€™s natural rhythms, improving your mood. With these simple steps, \RXVKRXOGÂżQG\RXUVHOIZLWK more energy to get up and face even the shortest days. But remember, if your depression symptoms are severe or persistent despite your best efforts, seek professional help.
By Dr. Bryen A. Bell, a Board-CertiďŹ ed Chiropractic Physician with over 20 years of professional experience. Contact Dr. Bell at True Potential Chiropractic family care facility. Call 503-574-4872 or visit tpcportland.com.
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Recovering from COVID, whether youâ€™ve been sick or not Be sure to check with your doctor that these wonâ€™t interfere with your medications. Taking small amounts several times per day will work better than taking large amounts at one time.
Post Viral Syndrome Support HEALTH
OVID-19 has impacted us all for the past year. But, for some who have contracted the virus, there are ongoing long-term effects. Up to 10% of COVID survivors suffer from Post Viral Syndrome. It is more common in people with underlying health conditions such as diabetes or heart disease. :KHQLQĂ€DPPDWLRQLQ the body is high, chemicals induced by COVID can overwhelm the immune system and damage organs such as the lungs, heart, and kidneys. They can also cross into the brain, causing brain fog, headaches and chronic fatigue. While there is no treatment for this condition, I have some recommendations that might help, based on years of treating people with chronic fatigue V\QGURPHDQGÂżEURP\DOJLD Reduce inďŹ‚ammation and increase nutrition By providing food and
supplements that reduce inĂ€DPPDWLRQDQGJLYHQXWULWLRQDO building blocks, the body can begin to heal. This can be a slow process. It requires commitment. It includes getting adequate rest, doing gentle exercises, reducing stress and avoiding sugar and alcohol. I recommend eating easy to digest, nutritionally dense foods like homemade, broth-based soups with fresh vegetables and herbs, fruit smoothies with leafy greens, and other simple
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whole foods. Avoid white sugar and processed foods with added colors and preservatives. 1DWXUDODQWLLQĂ€DPPDWRU\ foods are ginger, turmeric, sour cherries, pomegranates, winter squash, garlic, rosemary, parsley, oregano, shiitake and dark leafy greens. Teas such as roobios, green tea, ginger, rose hips, pau dâ€™arco, chagas mushroom, thyme, yerba santa and chamomile can be helpful. Try to drink 2-3 cups of tea per day.
Light exercise Short, gentle exercise sessions can help. Be careful not to overdo it. Start with 5-10 minutes once or twice per day. If you get tired, then you have RYHUGRQHLW,I\RXDUHÂżQH LQFUHDVH\RXUH[HUFLVHE\ÂżYH minutes at a time. Take supplements Supplements that reduce LQĂ€DPPDWLRQDUHYLWDPLQ& ]LQFÂżVKRLOELRĂ€DYLQRLGV curcumin and resveratrol.
Try and get outside for a few minutes each day. Deeply inhale and exhale the fresh clean air. At this point, we all suffer from COVID. Whether we have been sick or not, it has changed our lives dramatically. If you know someone who is sick, bring them a pot of homemade soup or some healing teas. Giving is a great way to overcome some of the isolation of these times, another impact of this pandemic.
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So, what does a good workout strategy consist of? Itâ€™s not too late to re/start your goals HEALTH Wow! You made it through January! kay, now is when it can get toughâ€Ś for those of you on track with your goals â€“ congratulations! For those of you that are struggling to stay in the game, or possibly have given up â€“ hang in there. Studies have shown that most people give up on their New Yearâ€™s resolutions by the second Friday of January. The day has been dubbed â€œQuitters Day.â€? As was mentioned last month, you donâ€™t have to wait until January 1st to make changes in your life! Every day is a new day. Yes a bit clichĂŠ, but true nonetheless. Whether or not you fell â€˜victimâ€™ to this unfortunately named day, donâ€™t worry you can BEGIN (AGAIN)
TODAY! Last month we discussed nutrition. If you did not watch our webinar, it is archived on Facebook and our YouTube channel. (See below for more information.) This month our focus is on Fitness. There will be a webinar on this topic too. A common misconception I hear in our clinic is: â€œIf I work RXW,FDQHDWÂżOOLQWKHQDPH of your â€˜junkâ€™ food).â€? Sadly, you cannot exercise your way
out of a bad diet. In fact, you can completely sabotage your workout efforts by â€˜cheatingâ€™ on your nutrition. You need to have both a good nutrition plan AND a good workout strategy. So, what does a good workout strategy consist of? Glad you asked! Doing something that you enjoy doing is where you must begin. If you hate to run, then donâ€™t!
%\ÂżQGLQJDQDFWLYLW\WKDW\RX like, you are much more likely to keep at it during the tough days. Intensity is really the key, in my opinion. DISCLAIMER ALERT â€“ you should consult with your health care provider before beginning a strenuous exercise program. Now that the disclaimer has been issued, the intensity is the key! For most people beginning an exercise program, the goal is to lose weight. The exercise goal then is to burn fat. The best way to burn fat is to get the heart rate up to 90-100% of max â€“ for a few seconds. Yes, you read that right â€“ a few seconds. Done properly, this can get and keep your body in a fat burning mode for up to 36 hours. This means that you can lose weight while you sleep, but you have to do the work by exercising. No magic pills or creams, you have to
personally move â€“ and then WKHEHQHÂżWVZLOOEHREYLRXV There is obviously much more that can be said about this, but space here is limited. If you would like more information on some simple steps you can take to improve your ÂżWQHVVWXQHLQWRWKHVHFRQG of our three-part series: JumpStart Re/Start: Steps to Fun Fitnessâ€? on February 4th @ 6:15 PM Join us on our Facebook page, or our YouTube Channel and watch it live, or watch it later. (You can access the event from our website: https://www.beavertonfamilychiropractic.com/events/)
For more information, contact Dr. Dan Miller at Beaverton Family Chiropractic: 503-644-8844 or visit:
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Protect your back and improve posture while working at home With these 8 helpful tips HEALTH
eady to start enjoying the EHQHÂżWVRIJUHDWSRVWXUH" Hereâ€™s a quick checklist that you can follow as you sit down each day to ensure that you are seated properly: 1. Ensure that your feet are UHVWLQJĂ€DWRQWKHĂ€RRURU are resting on a footrest if you cannot reach the ground while seated.
2. Keep your knees and ankles uncrossed and loose - without tension or tightness in the joints. 3. Try to keep a small gap from the inside of your knees to the cushion of the chair. 4. To achieve the gap, you will feel the need to sit tall, keeping your knees and hips aligned in the chair, avoiding crossing knees or ankles. 5. Relax your shoulders and ensure that your knees are parallel over your ankles. www.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
6. Try to maintain an L-shape in your arms as you are seated at a table or desk, keeping the chair at a height that you can sit comfortably and work effectively. 7. Keep your back straight and keep your neck and
Restoring your posture is a long-term process that will require you to consistently check your seated position and break shoulders in line with your back as you are seated your habits. However, the reto reduce tension and wards of proper posture - while not noticed in the short-term discomfort. ZLOORIIHUJUHDWEHQHÂżWVWR\RXU 8. (YHU\WHQWRÂżIWHHQPLQXWHV health, productivity, and attiallow yourself a short break WXGH<RXFDQÂśWDIIRUGQRWWRÂż[ to stand up and walk around your posture - and itâ€™s a healthy to loosen up your muscles. habit you can start today!
Dr. Duy Bui is a board-certiďŹ ed chiropractic physician at ReNu Chiropractic Health with ofďŹ ces in Aloha and Beaverton. Visit renuchiro.com or for more information, call (503) 406-2020.
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How the COVID-19 vaccine will impact IBD patients and caregivers IBD and COVID-19 Vaccination HEALTH
QĂ€DPPDWRU\ERZHOGLVease (IBD) is an umbrella term that refers to both ulcerative colitis and Crohnâ€™s disease. Many patients with IBD may have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and concerns about immunosuppression. The Oregon Clinic Gastroenterology providers would like to share the following information about how the vaccine will impact IBD patients and caregivers. First, itâ€™s important to remember you cannot contract COVID-19 from the vaccine because there is no virus in the actual vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccines currently available, from Moderna DQG3Âż]HUDUHQRWOLYHYDFcines. Therefore, they cannot
cause a COVID-19 infection in the recipient. Both of these vaccines are safe for people on immunosuppressants to receive. We know being on immunosuppressants might affect some of the vaccineâ€™s effectiveness. However, since the vaccine is so safe, the
recipient will still get many EHQHÂżWV None of the vaccines have been shown to cause or worsen IBD in recipients. IBD patients on biologic medications do not appear to be at an increased risk for a severe case of COVID-19 if they do happen to get it.
Until we have widespread immunity through vaccination, the only way to slow the spread of COVID-19 is through behavior: wear a mask when around others; avoid indoor crowded spaces with limited ventilation; and be very careful about hand hygiene, using alcohol-based gels or soap and water. Patients with IBD and their caregivers can get more information from the Crohnâ€™s & Colitis Foundation, the Centers for Disease Control, Food & Drug Administration, and National Institutes of Health. Continue to talk with your primary care physician about when and how your COVID-19 vaccine may become available.
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Helping your parents move from afar footprint to call home, there DUH&HUWL¿HG6HQLRU+RXVLQJ Professionals who are Realtors that have been trained in the needs of mature adults. Some parents may be ready to ditch the large home in RUGHUWR¿QGVRPHWKLQJPRUH manageable. These Realtors help in that process as well DV¿QGLQJWKHEHVWULJKWVL]HG home for your parent.
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ome of us have the luxury of living near or within a two-hour distance from our parents and that makes them reachable. Others are not so lucky living out of state or across the country. For this group, when it comes time to help parents move to a smaller home, condo or senior living community, provide assistance from across the miles can be quite a challenge. Preparation is key to helping 7KH¿UVWVWHSLVWRVWDUW early and not when the need to downsize is immediate. When a health challenge arises and moving is no longer an option but a necessity, the level of stress is augmented VLJQL¿FDQWO\PDNLQJGDLO\DQG important decisions herculean. Therefore, helping our
Consider a Senior Move Manager parents begin the process of getting rid of unnecessary items sooner, versus later, is vital. It is also more fun for them to do it while healthy and able to re-live memories. I cannot emphasis enough the importance of this step. Consider a Certiﬁed Professional Organizer Secondly, if one parent is healthy and care taking for the other, the off-loading of unwanted items can be overwhelming. Not to worry,
however, since you can help your parent from afar by ¿QGLQJDFHUWL¿HGSURIHVVLRQal organizer. Finding one who is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) assures you they have been trained in processes, professionalism and integrity. Consider a Certiﬁed Senior Housing Professional Thirdly, when it is WLPHIRU¿QGLQJDVPDOOHU
Additionally, these Realtors can work in conjunction with Senior Move Managers, which are companies designed to help pack, move and set up all or some of the furniture in the new location. The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASSM) is a good place to look for one. It doesn’t matter if you are moving into a senior community, a condo or a home, having a Move Manager can help put everyone at ease.
Your parent can relax knowing that they will be in good hands with skilled team members who understand the stress a move can have and make sure all is done with care and consideration. Help is available If you are living long distance from your parent or parents, consider these services. They can help you and your family completely manage the downsizing, selling and move transition. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
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Leave behind whatever circumstances feed your anxiety moments like the one I just From Anxiety described, He is quick to speak Replace Worry deeply into our hearts. The to Joy with Joy Bible says, â€œGod is our refuge SPIRITUAL ESSAY
ven as a pastor, I sometimes forget how faithful God is. Even in the midst of our pain, suffering, doubt and fear, God is right there, speaking with clarity and telling us just what we need to hear. When I hear His voice so clearly, I am often caught off guard and become overwhelmed by His goodness and faithfulness. During the chaos and uncertainty of the last year, and especially the last month, I have felt as though I cannot stop thinking, planning and worrying. I have formulated a lie in my head that if Iâ€™m not worrying or trying to plan for whatever is to come then I will lose control of my life and risk becoming paralyzed by
my circumstances. This emotional downward spiral usually looks something like this: I become overwhelmed, as if a ton of bricks has been laid on my shoulders. Then fear
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begins to control my thoughts. Next, my heart and mind slip into a state of anxiousness. From there, it is just a short trip to an ugly place called anxiety. But God is good and in
and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. So, we will not fear when earthquakes come and the mountains crumble into the sea.â€? God loves us and wants to move us away from a life of DQ[LHW\WRDOLIHÂżOOHGZLWKSHDFH and joy. When fears, doubts and struggles enter our minds, God reminds us that true peace and joy can only come from being in a relationship with Him. God does not want us to carry the burdens of life on our own. He invites us to cast our fear, our worries, our doubts and our moments of anxiety on his shoulders; take a deep breath and watch as he slowly replaces these things with joy. Make a commitment this
year to leave behind whatever circumstances feed your anxiety. Instead, pursue God and experience the peace and joy that comes from knowing and trusting Him.
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When my car needs maintenance, is the dealership the best place to go? resources and facilities are far above smaller shops. Dealerships have the latest and greatest tools, the most service bays and the cleanest facilities that are more inviting for customers.
The beneďŹ ts of taking your car to a dealership AUTOMOTIVE Q&A Hello Loyal Beaverton Readers,
hank You all for your input as well as questions. his monthâ€™s question is â€œShould I continue taking my car to the dealership for servicing needs, or is an independent a better choice? Why choose a dealerhip? For many dealerships, getting customers to return to your service lanes is easier said than done. Those independent repair facilities have a tendency to steal customers, who often cite convenience and price as major selling points. For the record, dealerships are not more expensive in the long run. Fortunately for dealerships, there are ways to better ensure customers will choose your service lane for upcoming maintenance or future repairs. When customers drive off the lot in their new vehicle, dealerships often do a lot of work to prevent defection and
ensure people will return for vehicle servicing. The service department is a major dealerVKLSSURÂżWFHQWHU Often, the service relationship starts off strong, but as time goes on and warranties expire, customer loyalty dwindles. :LWKLQWKHÂżUVWWZR\HDUV of vehicle ownership, 45% of customers remain loyal to their dealershipâ€™s service department, according to an Automotive study. After three to six years of ownership, only 31% return to the dealership for core services and after seven or more years, only 13% of customers return. So, whatâ€™s a dealership to do? Can your service department really compete with independently owned service centers?
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Of course. Itâ€™s all about demonstrating to customers what advantages there are to using your dealership service lane. Your service department has a lot going for it. Car dealers should demonstrate to customers they canâ€™t get the same quality of service anywhere else. That includes: â€˘ High-quality OEM parts. Customers can be sure that theyâ€™re getting parts that DUHPDGHIRUWKHLUVSHFLÂżF vehicle. â€˘ Factory-certiďŹ ed technicians. Dealership mechanics have strong H[SHUWLVHLQVHUYLFLQJVSHFLÂżF vehicle makes and models. Customers canâ€™t get this caliber of specialized talent at a local service facility.
â€˘ Unbeatable customer service. Your dealership represents a vehicle manufacturer, so you have to meet its high customerservice standards. Most independent shops arenâ€™t held to this high standard. â€˘ Top-notch facilities. Similarly, because dealerships are part of a larger network, the
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Update on hybrid learning From the Beaverton School District SCHOOL DISTRICT
he Oregon Department of Education (ODE) announced some changes that impact our ability to bring back students for in-person instruction. What did ODE change? The State has changed the advisory health metrics. Under the previous health metrics, positive COVID-19 cases in Washington and Multnomah Counties had to drop below 100 per 100,000 residents (during the previous twoweek period) to begin in-person instruction. Now, ODE will use new advisory metrics, based on Harvard Global Health Institute guidelines: â€˘ If over 350 cases per 100,000 (during the previous twoweek period): No in-person instruction â€˘ If 200 - 350 cases per 100,000 (during the previous two-week period): Focus on elementary in-person instruction â€˘ If 50 - 199 cases per 100,000 (during the previous two-week period): Expand in-person instruction beyond elementary â€˘ If under 50 cases per 100,000 (during the previous twoweek period): All in-person instruction As of this writing, the current case count in Washington and Multnomah Counties is 340 and 311, respectively.
What did ODE not change? â€˘ ODE did NOT change the mandatory social distancing requirement as described in the Ready School Safe Learners guidance. That means that each student still must have a â€œspace bubbleâ€? of 35 square feet. â€˘ ODE did NOT change the mandatory cohort requirement. That means that a student may not have contact with more than 100 people per week. This requirement is one of our biggest barriers to resuming in-person instruction for our middle and high school students. What else do we know? â€˘ The Governor has announced that educators will begin to receive the vaccine, starting on January 25. The District hopes to roll out those vaccines to our 6,000 employees as quickO\DQGHIÂżFLHQWO\DVSRVVLEOH Addressing some misconceptions â€˘ Understandably, some parents are frustrated when they see other school districts around the country open to full in-person instruction when BSD is
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Thousands of ďŹ rst responders and healthcare workers get vaccinated With the help of TVF&R PUBLIC SAFETY
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men and women across the organization. Theyâ€™re excited and theyâ€™re encouraged about the future now. Thereâ€™s a lot of work ahead, but todayâ€™s a good day.â€? TVF&R started vaccinatLQJÂżUHÂżJKWHUVDQGSDUDPHGics on January 3 at its South
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Operating Center. In preparation for the vaccineâ€™s arrival, TVF&Râ€™s vaccine branch of its COVID-19 task force worked with public health partners to create scalable distribution plans for more than 550 employees, as well as city and county partners
to support the vaccination of ÂżUVWUHVSRQGHUVLQWKH*URXS 1a category established by the state of Oregon. Paramedic Megan Rye was 79) 5ÂśVÂżUVWYDFFLQHUHFLSient. Sheâ€™s been a paramedic since 2007 and joined TVF&R in 2017. â€œI feel great,â€? she said. â€œIâ€™m excited for the opportunity to get it and excited to start protecting our residents. It just provides everyone a little bit of hope in a time thatâ€™s not the greatest. I think it will give me DOLWWOHPRUHFRQÂżGHQFHZKHQ treating patients.â€? Paramedic Jesse Gonzalez also feels relieved to be vaccinated, but heâ€™s not letting his guard down. â€œHaving some assurance that weâ€™re protected is a huge deal for us and the community, but weâ€™re still wearing masks inside the stations,â€? Gonzalez said. â€œWe keep six feet of distance and
are taking every precaution as if we didnâ€™t have the vaccine.â€? Those receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will return for a second dose DERXWDPRQWKIURPWKHLUÂżUVW vaccination. These vaccinations are a ÂżUVWVWHSWRZDUGEOXQWLQJWKH impact of COVID-19 and protecting the communities we serve. As more vaccine doses become available in 2021, TVF&R wants to remind people to remain vigilant by wearing a mask, washing hands, and maintaining physical distancing.
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Welcoming new police ofďŹ cers Winterhawks await their return to the ice Introducing OfďŹ cers Balderas, Klus, Kubota, Lee, and Sanders PUBLIC SAFETY
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Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) in Salem for the ZHHN%DVLF3ROLFH2IÂżFHU Academy. There, they will receive extensive training in emergency vehicle operations, ÂżUHDUPVGHIHQVHWDFWLFVDQG criminal Oregon case law. After graduation from DPSST, they will return to the Beaverton Police Department ZKHUHHDFKRIÂżFHUZLOOEHDVVLJQHGD)LHOG7UDLQLQJ2IÂżFHU and hit the road for practical ÂżHOGWUDLQLQJIRUWKHGXUDWLRQ of their recruit probation, 18 months after their hire date.
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Under new ownership
hile Blazer basketball is back, Portland Winterhawks junior hockey remains waiting to return to the ice. Still, when they do, the Western Hockey League franchise will have new owners eight months after the former ownHUVÂżOHGIRUEDQNUXSWF\ While ice hockey rinks and DUHQDVLQWKH3DFLÂżF1RUWKZHVW remain dormant during the COVID pandemic, the Portland Winterhawks have a new lease on life and a long-term solution to keep junior hockey thriving in the Rose City. â€œWe look at this as, how can we really super-charge hockey in Portland?â€? Michael Kramer said. Kramer is the majority shareholder in the new Winterhawks Sports Group, a collection of seven people buying to lead Winterhawksâ€™ hockey in Portland and beyond. â€œItâ€™s more than just hockey, itâ€™s the development of these players, and itâ€™s the community ties,â€? Kramer said. â€œIn addition to acquiring the Winterhawks, being able to operate the Winterhawks Skate Center (in Beaverton), the youth programs, and the adult hockey leagues and all of that is something that is really important to us.â€?
While Kramer isnâ€™t local, he owns a stake in a Willamette Valley winery and a Eugene electric car company as the CEO of a New <RUNEDVHGLQYHVWPHQWÂżUP â€œIâ€™ve been to some games both at the Moda Center and at the Coliseum, but Iâ€™ve got to tell you, I am pretty excited to get them back on the ice now, given whatâ€™s going on now. That is a real challenge for us,â€? he said. While the start of the WHL season has been pushed back indefinitely, Kramer expects something and some point for season 45 on Portlandâ€™s frozen pond. â€œWeâ€™re pretty excited by the fact that there is 45 years of history that is there and one year, a pandemic, we donâ€™t think should squash that out,â€? he said. â€œWhen we look at this, what we are excited about, we are reinvigorating and adding to the excitement that the Winterhawks have developed coming out of the pandemic going forward.â€?
General Manager Doug Piper and Head coach Mike Johnston will remain on board as the Hawks venture into the future, and that might mean a logo and sweater change too. â€œClearly, we have to think about it. Clearly, we have to do our due diligence and think about it. There is a whole process even though the league that requires 18-months to do anything itself,â€? Kramer said. â€œIt is ironic. It was one of the most beloved logos in all of hockey, but we understand others donâ€™t appreciate it as PXFKVRZHÂśUHGHÂżQLWHO\JRLQJ to have to look and see what the right thing is for the team and what the right thing is for the community and make some decision on that.â€?
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Beaverton has a new mayor and city council members celebrating residents and businesses from all parts of the country and the world. This enriches our culture, our resilience and our ability to attract new and exciting people and activities to our city. As our city keeps growing and modernizing, we have to support each other so that we can all be successful in our lives here in Beaverton.”
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he City of Beaverton welcomes changes to the Beaverton City Council with new and re-elected councilors joining fellow positions. Mayor Lacey Beaty, Councilor Mark Fagin, Councilor Nadia Hasan and Councilor Allison Tivnon were sworn in to their positions, joining fellow positions held by Councilor Laura Mitchell and Councilor Marc San Soucie. The intimate ceremony included remarks and photo opportunities with friends and family in a socially distanced setting with safety protocols in place. 7KHFKDQJHVUHÀHFWUHVXOWV from the November 2020 general election, as well as voter-approved changes to Beaverton’s city charter that expanded the Beaverton City Council to include seven members: six part-time city councilors and one full-time mayor with voting privileges. 2021 Beaverton City Council: Lacey Beaty, Mayor Mayor Lacey Beaty has been on the Beaverton City Council since 2015 and is active in the community, including serving on the HomePlate Youth Services Board of Directors. She has also volunteered on the city’s Visioning Advisory Committee, is a Beaverton Police Citizens Academy graduate and has served on the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Beaverton board. She vacated her City Council position to become mayor. “I’m looking forward to
Nadia Hasan, Council Position 6 continuing to work with city staff, community members and my City Council colleagues as we begin the process of tackling the important issues facing Beaverton today, all in the hopes of building a better Beaverton for all.” Laura Mitchell, Council Position 2 Councilor Laura Mitchell was elected to the City Council in the November 2018 general HOHFWLRQDQGEHJDQKHU¿UVW four-year term of service in January 2019. Laura previously served on the city’s Budget Committee and Social Services Funding Committee. “Happy New Year and welcome to 2021, a year of news! 2021 is bringing forth a new city charter, a new position for a city manager, new council members and moreover, fresh, new perspectives. I am looking forward to what this year has in store for all of us and our beautiful city. Thank you for choosing Beaverton as your place to call home!” Mark Fagin, Council Position 3 Councilor Mark Fagin was reelected to this position and has served on the City Council since 2013.
Before being elected to council, he was a member of the Planning Commission, the Civic Plan Steering Committee and was the founding chairperson of the city’s award-winning Visioning Advisory Committee. Mark is a graduate of the Leadership Beaverton program. He was also an active volunteer for the Urban Renewal Plan. “As I enter my third and final term, I look forward to continuing to serve our community. It has been a pleasure to work with the residents of Beaverton, city staff and other elected officials to help improve our great city.” Allison Tivnon, Council Position 4 Councilor Allison Tivnon is newly elected and previously served as a Beaverton Arts Commission commissioner and chair and a member of the Oregon Complete Counts committee for the State of Oregon’s 2020 Census. She has 15 years of experience in marketing and business development and civic and philanthropic development.
“I look forward to working alongside my fellow councilors and Mayor Beaty, our city staff and the upcoming interim city manager, as well as our many community partners. Our residents and businesses are looking to us to look out for them. We have all endured the kaleidoscope that 2020 turned out to be and have our work cut out for us in charting a course to recovery. Hanging tight to our Community Vision Plan, our DEI and Climate Action Plans and continuing to make progress toward our affordable housing goals will all be front of mind in our decision-making. I am thrilled to join the council and am eager to get started!”
Councilor Nadia Hasan is WKH¿UVWWRKROG&LW\&RXQFLO Position 6. She previously served on the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Visioning Task Force and is currently a Unite Oregon board member. She brings over 15 years of experience having worked as a public-school teacher, marketer and HR professional. “I am excited to serve you alongside Mayor Beaty, fellow City Council members and city staff. 2021 brings hope and I look forward to bringing new voices and fresh perspectives as we build a Beaverton that we can all call home.” Mayor Beaty’s vacated position (Council Position 1) ZLOOEH¿OOHGGXULQJDVSHFLDO election in May 2021.
Marc San Soucie, Council Position 5 Councilor Marc San Soucie joined the City Council in November 2008, after he was elected to complete an unexpired term. Marc will be the first to experience Beaverton’s new term limits, when his term ends in December 2022. “Beaverton continues to excel at welcoming and
City Council meetings are open to staff and the public, available for online viewing and televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV). Meetings are Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. For the most up-to-date schedule, agenda and materials visit www. BeavertonOregon.gov/council.
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BEAVERTON FARMERS MARKET | www.beavertonfarmersmarket.com Out & About: Beaverton Farmers Market
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The Winter Market is Open
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fter a brief break, taken annually following the fall market, we feel recharged and ready to usher in the Winter Market! Weâ€™re all looking forward to brighter days ahead that 2021 offers. However, with Covid numbers still very high, the Market is taking all the necessary precautions. As we have done through the 2020 summer and fall markets, some of these precautions include: mandatory masks for all patrons, staff, and vendors; additional sanitizing stations throughout the market; frequent cleaning of high touch surfaces; and marked lanes of WUDIÂżFIRUHDFKDLVOH Our hours will continue at 10:00AM-1:30PM for the Winter Market and
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OUT & ABOUT: PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
Inspirational career workshop for area teens Youth Photo Contest Free workshop from TV Creates
Topic: New Food CONTEST
OUT & ABOUT
he Beaverton City Library is sponsoring a photography contest for local students. Each month the subject will change so contact the Library for details.
s part of the ongoing Creative Impact Workshop series, local partners Tualatin Valley Creates, the City of Hillsboro Cultural Arts Division and the City of Beaverton Arts Program will offer a free workshop for teens (ages 1518) interested in pursuing arts, culture, heritage and humanities after high school. The workshop, “Teens: Choosing a Career in the Creative Industries” will take place via Zoom on February 6, 2021 from 2:00-4:00pm PST. This is the second year TVC is offering this workshop after positive feedback and turnout last year. High school juniors and seniors are invited to discover the PDQ\SDWKZD\VWRDIXO¿OOLQJ creative life in this interactive workshop. Participants will hear the creative journeys of a panel of local professionals, explore careers through arts-based exercises, and have the opportunity to ask panelists questions. This year’s speakers represent a diverse array of backgrounds and artistic career paths.
This month’s contest “New Food” was chosen to encourage youths to cook at home and try something new! The winners • Tosha Shah, grade 6 • Aadya Vaishnav, grade 9 • Anvitha Mahankali, grade 10
Tosha Shah – 6th Grade, ISB
2021 Panelists: • Leah Payne – Client Solutions Resource Associate at the Center for Creative Leadership • Christine Miller – Conceptual Artist and Curator • Andre Middleton – Founder and Executive Director at Friends of Noise • Danielle Gurley – Freelance Executive Producer, Instructor at r/Advertising School Offering this free workshop for teens is one way TVC
cultivates a resilient and sustainable creative community within Washington County. TVC also curates and distributes the most up-to-date regional opportunities for young creatives on the organization’s Youth Arts webpage.
Tosha Shah – 6th Grade, ISB "It's a perfect no-bake vegetarian dessert that can be made without gelatin in few minutes. The smooth textures and ﬂavors of this divine creamy tangy mango cheesecake are elevated with a perfect crumbly crust for a decadent treat."
To view all three 2021 workshops and to register, visit tinyurl.com/ creativeimpactworkshops. For questions, please contact Tualatin Valley Creates at 503-567-1713 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aadya Vaishnav 9th Grade, Westview High School Aadya Vaishnav – 9th Grade, Westview High School “This wafﬂe is some kind of wonderful!
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W HEN Library Programs in and Around Beaverton
LOVE YOUR LIBRARY Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries
Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries continue to offer events and programs online via the librariesâ€™ website, social media and zoom. Find the events and programs for June attached and below. Find event calendars, storytime schedules, enews and more at Library.CedarMill.org.
Kids Rockstar Readers Book Club Tuesday | February 16 | 4-4:45pm | Online via Zoom. Visit our website to learn about the librariesâ€™ new monthly book club for 3rd through 5th gradersâ€”with a grown up.
Storytimes Winter 2020/2021 Schedule: January 7-March 19 â€˘ Pre-Recorded Storytimes | 10:30am | Facebook & YouTube â€˘ Tuesday: Baby Time with Teresa or Songs and Rhymes for Young Children with Marta â€˘ Wednesday: Stories and Rhymes with Julie or Nicole or Songs and Rhymes with Steve â€˘ Friday: Friday Fun featuring booktalks, escape rooms, read-alouds, draw and tell stories and more! â€˘ Live Interactive Storytime | 10:30am | Online via Zoom â€˘ Thursday: Preschool Storytime with Rebecca or Jenny (registration required) Find details and registration information at Library.Cedarmill.org/ Events/Kids/Storytime.
Read to the Dogs Wednesdays | Sessions begin at 2pm | Online via DoveLewis. Read to the Dogs is back! Now weâ€™re teaming up with DoveLewisâ€™ Portland Area Canine Therapy Team (PACTT) to offer virtual interactive reading sessions. Read to the Dogs allows school age children who are beginning or struggling readers to develop their reading skills in a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment. During a virtual 15 minute session, your child has an opportunity to practice reading aloud to a trained therapy dog. Registration required through DoveLewis PACTT. Find a link on our Kidsâ€™ page at Library.Cedarmill.org/Events/Kids.
Teens & Tweens Teen Litfest with Adib Khorram Wednesday | February 10 | 6:00 PM | Ages 11-18 ADIB KHORRAM is the author of the young adult novels DARIUS THE GREAT IS NOT OKAY, which earned several major awards accolades, and dDarius the great deserves better, which received three starred reviews and was an instant indie bestseller. He is also the author of the picture book seven special somethings: a Nowruz story. When KHLVQÂśWZULWLQJ\RXFDQÂżQGKLP learning to do a Lutz jump, practicing his handstands, or steeping a cup of oolong. For more information, visit wccls.org/teenlitfest.
Adults Rose City History, Rose Gardens, Rose Growing (online) Tuesday | February 16 | 6-7:30pm | Adults | Online via Zoom Living in and around Portland, the Rose City, our history and culture is in-fused with roses. Learn more about our long connection with roses and im-prove your own knowledge of growing the Queen of Flowers! This workshop will be held online via Zoom. Register to receive an email on the day of the event with information about joining the Zoom meeting at https://wccls. bibliocommons.com/events/5ffb5a725b24473a006c603e
Diverse Reads Thursday | February 18 | 6:30-8pm | Adults & Teens, Online via Zoom. Reading group exploring and discussing GLYHUVHZRUNVLQFOXGLQJQRQÂżFWLRQ short stories, poetry, and works of ÂżFWLRQ Writersâ€™ Mill Sunday | February 21 | 1pm-3pm | Adults & Older Teens | Online via Zoom, Contact email@example.com to register. Learn more at Library.CedarMill.org Whether youâ€™re writing just for fun, hoping for publication, or planning to self-publish, join us for a handson inspiring gathering of people who love to write. Newcomers welcome! This event will be held online via Zoom. If you already receive e-mail from the Writerâ€™s Mill, youâ€™ll receive a link for this meeting a few days before the event. If youâ€™re new, welcome! Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link for the event a few days before it happens. Group website: portlandwritersmill.org For more information, contact group facilitator Sheila Deeth at SheilaD@ portlandwritersmill.org.
Owl Book Group Friday | February 26 | 10:30amâ€“12pm | Adults & Older Teens | Online via Zoom, Contact email@example.com to register. Join us virtually this month to discuss In the Shadow of Statues by Mitch Landrieu. This event will be held online via Zoom. If you already receive e-mail from the Owl Book Group, youâ€™ll receive a link for this meeting a few days before
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D OUBT ... Go to the Library! the event. If youâ€™re new, welcome! Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link for the event a few days before it happens. The group typically meets on the last Friday of each month. Newcomers are always welcome!
Voices in Verse Saturday | February 27| 10:30am-12pm | Adults & Older Teens | Online via Zoom Share your own poetry or listen to others read their favorites.
Second Edition Resale Sidewalk Sale. Second Edition Resale will resume Sidewalk Sales in February (weather permitting.) For the most up-to-date information check out our Instagram @SecRQG(GLWLRQ5HVDOH2UÂżQGXSGDWHV on the librariesâ€™ website. All proceeds from your purchases made at Second Edition Resale support Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries. Beaverton City Library
often talked about but they touch us all. Join us to explore these themes in a relaxed, safe atmosphere. Dessert care: Death cafe is part death, part cake! Feel free to bring a comforting goodie and/or cup of tea with you while you participate. Register to receive the Zoom link.
Magic Mushrooms: Easing Depression and Anxiety at End of Life with Anthony P. Bossis. 2/16 | 10-11:30 AM. Could the ancient practice of using psychedelic compounds for insight and healing have a legitimate and safe role in todayâ€™s health care? For many people, receiving a life-threatening diagnosis leads to psychological suffering, including anxiety and depression. Discover the intriguing implications of psilocybinfacilitated experiences in offering a sense of connection, meaning, and transcendence in advanced illness and at the end of life. Presenter: Anthony P. Bossis, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine. Register to receive the Zoom link.
Recommended Reads Book Group: â€œThe Book
12375 SW 5th St., Beaverton www.BeavertonLibrary.org 503-644-2197. All events are free. Registration, where noted, is one month in advance. Find the Zoom link for each event in the web calendar at www. BeavertonLibrary.org/Events All events listed require registration. To register, call 503-644-2197. or visit www.BeavertonLibrary.org/Register
For Adults (Registration req.) Find the Zoom link (or, when applicable, the registration link) for each event in the web calendar at www.BeavertonLibrary.org/Events
Book Chat Happy Hour 2/2 | 5-6 PM, Letâ€™s talk about books! Connect virtually with fellow book lovers as we chat about what weâ€™re currently reading and whatâ€™s in our TBR (thatâ€™s to-be-read) piles.
Age Cafe 2/5 & 2/19 | 11 AM - 12 PM, Join the conversation! Discuss relevant topics with friends, neighbors, and other members of our community. Co-sponsored by Washington County Disability, Aging & Veterans Services and Viva Village. Register to receive the Zoom link. Song Circle 2/8, 2/22 | 6-7 PM. Join us for a virtual Song Circle! We will sing and play 9-10 songs together. Lyrics and chords will be provided. Questions? Email Anne: alavallee@BeavertonOregon.gov.
Death Cafe 2/12 & 2/27 | 11 AM - 12 PM. Talk about death. Learn about life. Death and dying arenâ€™t
Woman of Troublesome Creekâ€? 2/23 | 6:30-7:45. Fiction, nonÂżFWLRQVXSHUSRSXODURUDOLWWOHPRUH obscure - we read it all and discuss at this friendly and lively book group. Feb. 23: â€œThe Book Woman of Troublesome Creekâ€? by Kim Michele Richardson.
For kids Registration required; register online at www.BeavertonLibrary. org/Register
Show & Tell: Nature Box 2/2 | 3:30-4:30 PM | Grades K-3. Your assignment for this weekâ€™s Show & Tell is to collect pieces of nature from the great outdoors. Put all of these into a box for safekeeping and come tell us about what you found!
Crinkle Art 2/10 | 3:30-4 PM | Grades K-5. Weâ€™ll create crinkle art together!
Queer Kid Stuff 2/28 | 1-1:45 PM | Ages 3-12. Join webseries and podcast host Lindz Amer of Queer Kid Stuff as they share LGBTQ+ and social justice stories and songs. This program is being offered in partnership with the Tigard Public Library and Garden Home Community Library. For teens Virtual Author Talk with Adib Khorram 2/10 | 6 PM | All ages. ADIB KHORRAM is the author of the young adult novels DARIUS THE GREAT IS NOT OKAY, which earned several major awards accolades, and DARIUS THE GREAT DESERVES BETTER, which received three starred reviews and was an instant Indie Bestseller. He is also the author of the picture book SEVEN
SPECIAL SOMETHINGS: A NOWRUZ STORY. When he isnâ€™t ZULWLQJ\RXFDQÂżQGKLPOHDUQLQJ to do a Lutz jump, practicing his handstands, or steeping a cup of oolong. Event hosted by WCCLS. For more information, visit wccls. org/teenlitfest. Garden Home Community Library
www.gardenhomelibrary.org. 503-245-9932 | 7475 SW Oleson Rd. All library events are free and open to anyone. No library card required.
We continue to offer Garden Home Library to Go! appointments and hours six days a week, Monday through Saturday. Please call the library or check our frequently asked questions about our services on our website for additional information and service updates. Virtual Events and Craft Kits Events for all ages continue to be held virtually. This month, we are featuring two craft kits available for pick up at the library. All of our events are listed on the WCCLS (Washington County Cooperative Library Services) events calendar and shared on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter channels. Enjoy storytimes and prerecorded programming on Facebook and YouTube.
Family and All Ages Events: Classic Valentines: An AllAges Craft Kit Make a fancy valentine embellished with doilies, sparkly hearts, stickers, sequins, ribbons, and pom poms! Each kit includes enough materials for 2-4 extravagantly-crafted valentines. Itâ€™s as easy as 1, 2, 3! 1. Register here to reserve your valentine craft kit. Registration deadline is January 30. 2. Pick up your kit at the library between Feb.1 and Feb.11 by signing up for a curbside pick up: tinyurl. com/craftpickup 3. Make your valentine at home!
Living Terrariums: A Craft Kit for Adults and Youth Ages 10+ Make your own living terrarium featuring our Garden Home mascot, Gerome the Gnome, on a sunny beach vacation! Kits include a 2-inch tillandsia, beach sand, shells, a gnome, a glass terrarium globe, and detailed instructions on caring for your new air plant. This craft kit is designed for adults and youth ages 10+. One kit per household, please. Itâ€™s as easy as 1, 2, 3: 1. Register at tinyurl.com/ghlterrar-
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A L IBRARY is a Palace of Dreams. ium to reserve your terrarium kit. Registration deadline is February 14. 2. Pick up your kit at the library between Feb.15 and Feb.20 by signing up for a â€œholds pick upâ€?: tinyurl.com/craftpickup 3. Make your terrarium at home. Water your air plant once a week to keep your terrarium happy!
Queer Kid Stuff Sunday, February 28th at 1:00 PM 1:45 PM. Join webseries and podcast host Lindz Amer of Queer Kid Stuff as they share LGBTQ+ and social justice stories and songs. This program is being offered in partnership with the Beaverton City Library, Garden Home Community Library and Tigard Public Library and is sponsored in part by the Friends of the Tigard Library. Zoom link will be emailed ahead of the event. Register online here, contact the library directly at 503-245-9932, or email us. This program is intended for families with children aged between 3- 12. Thank you for joining us! Family & All Ages Events Book Babies Online â€“ Need some Book Babies fun? You can view previously-recorded Book Babies on YouTube or visit our friends at Beaverton City Library for a weekly live story time for your baby or toddler. Storytime with Casey â€“ these artful and musical all-ages storytimes can be viewed any time on YouTube.
Legos at Home â€“ Join local Master Builder Blair Archer for monthly installments of fun Lego projects to work on at home! You can view this monthâ€™s activity on our YouTube channel, along with lots of other fun videos for all ages.
Meetings for Book Groups for Younger Readers (Ages 10 through 18) â€˘ Wed., February 24th at 5:00 PM - Middle Readers Book Group: View all the books for 2021 here. This month weâ€™re reading The Burning Maze by Rick Riordan and Paola Santiago and the River of Tears by Tehlor Kay Mejia. At the meeting weâ€™ll talk about the books, and do some short activities. There is room in this group! Most participants will be between 9 and 12 years old. Please e-mail email@example.com if youâ€™d like to be added to the group. â€˘ Thu., February 25th at 5:00 PM - Teen Book Group: View all the books for 2021 here. This month we are reading The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare. There is room in this group! Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if youâ€™d like to added to this group. â€˘ Fri., February 26th at 5:00 PM - Early Chapter Readers Book Group: View all the books for www.BeavertonResourceGuide.com
2021 here. This group is for readers roughly 6-10 years old who are reading independently, but not yet reading longer chapter books. There is room in this group. Please e-mail katrina@ wccls.org to be added to the list for Early Chapter Readers Book Group. This month weâ€™re reading Dragon Masters #6 Flight of the Moon Dragon, Princess Ponies #4 A Unicorn Adventure!, Unicorn Princesses #3 Bloomâ€™s Ball, Magic Tree House book #2, and Upside Down Magic #1. At the meeting weâ€™ll talk about HDFKERRNEULHĂ€\DQGGRVRPHVKRUW activities together.
Events for Adults: Nerd Night: Trivia for Adults Tuesday, February 2 at 6:30-7:30 pm. Zoom meeting. Test your smarts at our monthly Trivia Night. Playing with a team is recommended; but you can also play solo. See how much you know about the four themed sets of questions. Themes vary monthly. Prizes awarded to the team with the most points, AND the team with the least points.
Podcast Discussion Group Saturday, February 13 at 4-5 pm. Zoom meeting - Register. Itâ€™s like a book group, but with podcasts! Listen to a different podcast each month, then gather on Zoom to enjoy community and conversation. Februaryâ€™s featured podcast is For the Wildâ€™s episode with Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass. Find it here: tinyurl. com/podcastclub2 . Please listen to the podcast before the Zoom gathering. Register at tinyurl.com/ ghlpodcasts. Weâ€™ll share the Zoom invitation a day before the event via email.
Garden Home Book Group Discussion Tuesday, February 9 at 7 pm. For February we will discuss Listening for Coyote: A Walk Across Oregonâ€™s Wilderness by William L. Sullivan. The classic DFFRXQWRIKLVVL[W\ÂżYHGD\ mile solo backpacking trek across Oregon offers an intimate tour of the stateâ€™s renowned wilderness. Copies are limited. Check with library to be put on the holds list. This book is on the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commissionâ€™s list of 100 most VLJQLÂżFDQWERRNVLQ2UHJRQKLVWRU\
Gratitude Practice Group Saturday, February 20 at 4-5 pm. Zoom meeting - Register. Everything takes practice, including gratitude. With so many emotional DQGSV\FKRORJLFDOEHQHÂżWVD gratitude practice is a great way to boost your overall well-being. At our monthly Zoom gatherings, practice gratitude by writing, listening, and learning together. Please bring a notebook or journal and a writing utensil. Register at tinyurl.com/practicegratitude1. Weâ€™ll share the Zoom invitation a day before the event via email.
Aloha Community Library Association
All events are free. Become an ACLA member! 17455 SW Farmington Rd, Suite 26A, Aloha | Visit alohalibrary.org/donate for more information or call 503-259-0185. Email us at email@example.com. HOLDS PICKUP: Find our holds pickup instructions and FAQ at bit. ly/ACLholds! Holds pickup hours are Mon-Wed @ 3-6pm & Thu-Sat @ 10am-1pm. Closed Sundays. E-NEWSLETTER: Get regular updates about our services delivered direct to your email! Visit bit.ly/ ACLenews to subscribe.
Programs & Events Dial-In Book Excerpts: all month. Weâ€™re temporarily dedicating a phone line to book excerpts! Dial us up at 971-2457734 to hear a brief reading of an excerpt from a book thatâ€™s set somewhere else. If you enjoy it and want to read more for yourself, you can leave us a message after the end of the recording, and weâ€™ll be happy to help you request a copy to check out. Weâ€™ll be posting new recordings frequently for you to listen to, so call back regularly to travel someplace new! For adults.
Virtual Family Storytime: Tuesdays @ 10:30am. Family 6WRU\WLPHLVDIXQÂżOOHGOLYHSURJUDP for all ages with stories, songs, and rhymes geared toward getting kids hooked on reading. Come read, sing, dance, and play with us on Zoom at bit.ly/ACLfamily. We cannot wait to see you!
each title the week before on our Facebook page (facebook.com/ AlohaLibrary) so you can watch it ahead of time, and live discussion VWDUWVDWSPDWELWO\$&/ÂżOPV Or, join the discussion by phone at 253-215-8782. Meeting ID: 910 9294 1385 | Passcode: 523403.
place prize! From Mon 2/15 through Fri 3/19, submit your artwork representing the 2021 Summer Reading theme, â€œColor Your Worldâ€? by email. For more details and information on how to enter check alohalibrary.org.
Donation Drive: Sat 2/13 @
Princess Storytime: Sat 2/27 @ 2pm. Join us online for a magical storytime with a very special someone! Dress up as your favorite royal and get ready to read, sing, and craft along with Princess Belle live on Zoom at bit. ly/ACLprincess. Please, be our guest! An accompanying activity kit will be available starting Mon 2/22 during holds pickup hours (MonWed @ 3-6pm & Thu-Sat @ 10am1pm) while supplies last.
1-3pm. Have you been holding on to books and movies that youâ€™d like to donate? Hereâ€™s your chance! Weâ€™re holding donation drives on the second Saturdays of February, and March. Your donations will be used for book sale fundraisers to support library operations and to provide free books to children and adults in our community. Our goal is to get books into peopleâ€™s hands! Please visit bit.ly/ACLddr21 or call 503-259-0185 for more information, including safety instructions. Thank you so much for your donations!
We have new extended hours for shopping by appointment: TuesdayFriday from 10-4 and Saturday 9-3. Appointments can be made at https://ShopTheBookCorner.as.me/
Coffee with the Director: Thu 2/11 @ 3-4pm. Bring your beverage of choice and join Library Director Terri and other staff via Zoom for discussion of all things library. Ask questions or just chat! Join us online at bit.ly/ACLcoffee or by phone at 253-215-8782. Meeting ID: 833 9695 9436 | Passcode: 338133.
Beaverton Teen Art Contest: Mon 2/15 â€“ Fri 3/19. Calling all artists in grades 6-12! Enter for a chance to have your artwork featured during the 2021 Summer Reading Challenge at select Washington County libraries DQGDÂżUVWSODFHRUVHFRQG
We are accepting donations! The silver donation bin in the driveway is available 24/7 for donations of less than 30 items, for all other donations we ask that you make an appointment by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at (503) 643-5188.
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Virtual Pajama Storytime: Fridays @ 10:30am. Wear your FRPÂżHVWSDMDPDVDQGMRLQOLEUDULDQV Katie and Jesse every Friday at 10:30 am! Weâ€™ll see our friends Narwhal and Unicorn, read and sing together, and look for Little Mouse. Join us on Zoom at bit.ly/ACLpajama. We hope to see you there!
Love Notes from the Library: Fridays @ 4pm. Itâ€™s February, and love is in the air! Join the libraryâ€™s talented staff throughout the month as they share a series of videos featuring songs, stories, or poetry celebrating love in all its forms. A new video will be uploaded every Friday at 4pm, so be sure to subscribe to the libraryâ€™s YouTube channel (bit.ly/ AlohaYoutube) to catch every one! For all ages.
Kanopy Film Club: Wed 2/3 & 2/17 @ 6:30pm. Twice a month, we host a Zoom discussion of a movie that is available through Kanopy, the movie streaming service that is free with your library card (wccls.kanopy.com). We announce
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I just wanted to share a photo with you [BRG]. Earlier today I took a quick walk up to the Safeway at Murray and Allen to get a quart of buttermilk, but they were all out. However, I was rewarded with a colossal "buttermilk sky" from Hoagy Carmichael. (submit your local photos to BRG@CedarHouseMedia.com) Volume 11 - Issue 2 (February 2021) | Beaverton Resource Guide â€“ 29
O UT A ND A BOUT ... There is always something to do in and around Beaverton! OUT & ABOUT: ART GALLERY
The Village Gallery of Arts is a non-proďŹ t educational art gallery Beginner classes available
OUT & ABOUT
New Address, Same Location: Due to the addition of new buildings in the Milltowner development, the Gallery has a new address: 1060 NW Saltzman, Portland, OR, 97229. All other contact information remains the same. New Gallery Hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 10am - 4pm, with Covid-19 protective measures: Masks required, gloves optional, hand sanitizer (all available on site), social distancing observed, and limited visitors at any one time. Please follow directions of the Desk Worker if you wish to touch any gallery items. We appreciate the extra effort our patrons must make at this time to enjoy the gallery and we thank you for coming!
an interactive Zoom class. You can ask questions as we go along. I use a two-camera format so you can see my pretty face (thatâ€™s from my Mom) as I talk to you. A second camera will focus on my paper and painting surface. I demonstrate, then I verbally repeat what Iâ€™ve done while you do it. This interaction is the same that I enjoy in my face-to-face classes. I ask students to hold their work up so I can see it from time to time to make sure I am being clear. I like to have a good time and we usually have lots of fun. If you decide to take this class and have no supplies, please contact me at 503-649-9097, Jean Anderson, so I can talk to you about supplies. It is important that you buy the right supplies and not waste money. If you are concerned about what you have, I can tell you if what you have will work and tell you where and what to buy. You can go to my website www.Paintwithjean. com for supply info to and see some of my work and read about my history. For a supply list and more details, please see our website: www.villagegalleryarts.org.
Max number of students: 3 (Class size may increase if COVID conditions improve. If this is the case, those on the wait list will be QRWLÂżHG Nature journaling is the practice of drawing and writing in response to observations of nature. Experience the grounding nature and mindfulness aspects of slowing down to notice the beauW\DQGXQLTXHQHVVRIĂ€RZHUVDQG plants in journal pages you create with pencil, pen and watercolor. Students will be guided through various drawing, painting and journaling techniques as they REVHUYHUHDOĂ€RZHUVDQGSODQWV provided by the instructor. Instructor will bring additional materials to experiment with. Leave class inspired and motivated to continue journaling on your own. For supply list and more details, please see our website: www.villagegalleryarts.org.
color study prior to starting to paint. By doing these two simple, quick things before you start the painting, you will be guaranteed of a more successful outcome. Iâ€™m just like you, I donâ€™t have patience for a lot of fooling around so Iâ€™ve taken the time to ÂżJXUHRXWKRZ,FDQVHHYDOXHV quickly and how I can work on composition, color and all those elements that really make a painting. You will be free to make your own artistic changes to the subject, composition, color etc. I use a two-camera format so you can see my pretty face (thatâ€™s from my Mom) as I talk to you. A second camera will focus in on my paper and painting surface. I demonstrate, then I verbally repeat what Iâ€™ve done while you do it, step by step. I have notes prepared in advance and will ÂżOPWKHFODVVDVZHOOIRU\RX WRUHIHUWRDIWHUZDUGV6SHFLÂżF supply lists will be provided after registration.
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Jean Anderson Beginning Watercolor Zoom Class, Two-session class. Dates: Mondays, February 15, 22; Time: 10am â€“ 12:00 pm. Max number of students: 6 Have you always wanted to learn how to paint with watercolor? This is the class for you. You do not have to know how to draw. We can work around that. I believe anyone can paint and enjoy it. As soon as you dip a brush in paint and glide it across the paper, you will be hooked. No other paint has the quality of watercolor. We start painting immediately. $WWKHHQGRIWKHÂżUVWFODVV\RX will have painted a small painting that you will be proud of. This is
Jean Anderson - Value Studies and Color Studies for Painting Elizabeth Higgins Nature Journaling with Watercolor In-person Workshops: These are stand-alone workshops with repeated content; if you wish to attend more than one, you must register for each separately. Dates: Sundays: February 21, March 2, 21, April 18; Time: 1 3pm. No experience necessary.
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Zoom Class. Date: Thursday, February 25; Time: 10am - 12pm. Max number of students: 12. Suitable for all levels and all media As artists, we love to leap into the painting without a clear idea or at best a vague idea of where we are going. This rarely turns out like we want it to. This class will teach you how to do a value study, or notan, and a
Zoom Class. Date: Tuesday, March 2; Time: 10am - 12pm. Max number of students: 7. What better time than February to learn to paint snow? If you would like to learn how to paint snow that sparkles and looks realistic, please join this class. We will start with a simple scene like the one shown and then move on to more difficult paintings probably including a Mt. Hood study! I use a two-camera approach to my Zoom classes. One camera is trained on my paper as I paint, and another is on â€œmy pretty faceâ€? or at least thatâ€™s what my Mom always said. I show you how to do
some technique, then you do the technique while I talk you through the steps. We usually have a really good time in my classes, and I invite you to come join us. I am flexible about supplies. I would prefer you use whatever watercolor supplies you already have. A detailed list will be provided after registration.
Debbie Teeter - Intro to Watercolor In-person Class 4-session class. Dates: Tuesdays, March 2, 9, 16, 23; Time: 2 - 5pm. Max number of students: 3 (Class size may increase if COVID conditions improve. If this is the case, those on the wait list will be QRWLÂżHG This class will guide you through the basics of working with watercolor and give you some options for creative approaches with it. Lessons will cover the unique properties of this medium, composition, color, and a few â€œbells and whistlesâ€?. We will explore varied subject matter, and how other artists handle this medium. Instructor email: email@example.com: please email me if you need to be placed on a wait list.
Village Gallery is a non-proďŹ t educational art gallery located at 1060 NW Saltzman, Portland, next to the Cedar Mill Library.
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O UT A ND A BOUT ... There is always something to do in and around Beaverton! Learning Corner: Chess with Coach Larry
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tournament at Seaside every April where there are 300 school students playing. The giant trophies DUHÂżOOHGZLWKVDOWZDWHUWDII\ which Atharv enjoys as much as winning the trophy. Besides chess, Atharv also plays the piano and is learning to SOD\WKHĂ€XWHE\ZDWFKLQJYLGHRV on YouTube. Bike riding around the neighborhood gets him outside and away from the chess board but not for long. Atharv is soon back on the chess site looking for his next opponent or heâ€™ll go looking for his dad to play a game. Beating his dad is almost as much fun as winning a trophy full of salt water taffy.
Why learn chess? Simple: Itâ€™s a great mental workout that helps children perform well in the classroom. Chess is a logical game where kids have to plan ahead and adjust to new situations. But most of all, itâ€™s fun!
Game of the month: Opening: Colle Attack
Larry Ball (Coach Larry) teaches students of all ages at the Steinitz Chess Academy in Beaverton. For more information, email Larry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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turn has allowed her to better understand her world. What is Kumon? Kumon is the world’s largest after-school math and reading program. The Kumon Method has helped millions of children achieve more than they ever thought they could. We believe it can help your child, too. At Kumon, your child will build skills tthat lead to success inside aand outside the classroom
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