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wen Foley is an unsung hero of the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District’s Specialized Aquatics program, volunteering her time to teach one-on-one swim lessons each Sunday at the Beaverton Swim Center for more than 30 years. “Sharron (Patapoff, swim center supervisor) asked me to volunteer when she started the program, and now she can’t get rid of me,â€? laughs the 81-year-old Foley, a retired Ă€ight attendant and nurse. Foley’s instruction is guided by a simple principle: treat students in Specialized Aquatics the same as everyone else. “You’re not doing them a favor if you’re telling them it’s great when it isn’t,â€? she said. Foley provides tough love, pushing

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her students, never letting them say “I can’tâ€? and providing praise ‌ but only when it is deserved. “She’s there to teach them how to swim, not to play with them,â€? Patapoff said. “She has a tough exterior but great warmth for the program. Her expectations are high, so their expectations are high.â€? Foley spends many hours working Longtime THPRD volunteer Gwen Foley trains 18-year-old Alex Childers on a variety of strokes during a Sunday lesson at the Beaverton Swim with special needs Center. populations. She’s a volunteer for Special They compete against the general Olympics and Albertina Kerr, and population.â€? she is also the founder and manager Foley believes many people are of a dragon boat team composed of afraid of interacting with specialized paddlers with special needs. populations, but adds that attitudes “One of my swimmers came down have changed for the better. to watch me participate in a dragon “The high school students (who boat race and asked ‘Couldn’t we do teach Specialized Aquatics) are so that?’,â€? Foley explained. “We started fabulous,â€? Foley said. “Generally, with one boat, now we have two.

people treat people with special needs better than they did when I was growing up, when people made fun of them and didn’t pay attention to them.â€? More than a generation of children and adults with special needs have now beneÂżted from THPRD’s Specialized Aquatics program. Foley has been an indispensable part of that work. “She is integral to the program and she’s been a long-time friend,â€? Patapoff said. “I aspire to be her one day. She’s always going. She’s 81 years old and busier than any of us.â€?

A ring’s journey from Afghanistan to Beaverton By FOX 12 Staff Rings in our culture signify many important events like graduations, weddings and special achievements, just to name a few. For one local soldier, however, the ring KH ZHDUV VLJQLÂżHV VRPHWKLQJ GLIIHUHQW And to understand the incredible journey of this ring, you have to go to Afghanistan. The ring was lost by an American soldier in Afghanistan in 2005, maybe 2006. The truth is, it’s not clear how the ring was lost and even how it was found is a bit of a secret. “We were going through one of the villages and one of the locals came up to me and I couldn’t understand what he was saying, but he showed me the class ring and gave it to me,â€? said Ken Stafford, speaking from San Antonio, TX. Stafford was serving in Afghanistan in 2006 when the ring came into his life. He knew right away it was a high school class ring and he assumed it must have belonged to an American killed in action and taken from his body. “I don’t know how they got it, you automatically think the worst, but I’ll take the ring anyway regardless,â€? Stafford said.

“That is unbelievable, that is absolutely unbelievable,� said Lt. Col. Bryant Beebe after learning his ring, lost in Afghanistan years ago, had made its way back to him in Beaverton. Stafford put the ring aside for safe keeping, but brought it out this year, determined to solve the mystery behind it. He wanted to return the ring to who he assumed was the dead soldier’s family. He had one word to go off of on the ring: “Aloha.� “I thought it belonged to someone who went to school in Hawaii,� Stafford said. Stafford asked his Hawaiian neighbor for help. The ring has a warrior on both sides and Kalani Young said it’s a warrior that dates

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back to the days of King Kamehameha. Convinced they were on the right track, Stafford and Young decided to have the ring blessed in a ceremony. The ring may have been blessed in a traditional Hawaiian manner, but it’s not actually from the islands at all. “Aloha� referred to Aloha High School in Oregon. Stafford and Young contacted Fox 12 asking for help reuniting the ring with its owner. All there was to go on was the faint initials inside the ring, “BJB.� It also had

the year on it. A quick look through the Aloha High School yearbook from that year produced a “BJB,â€? for Bryant James Beebe. Then came the best news of all. Lt. Col. Beebe was still very much alive. The ring had traveled around the world, but it’s last stop wouldn’t have it going very far at all. Beebe’s parents live only about a quarter-mile from the Fox 12 station in Beaverton. When Fox 12 anchor Wayne Garcia and photographer Devin Eskew arrived at the home, they were greeted by Bryant. They handed him the ring in a bag surrounded by the blessed tea leaves. “I had no idea where along the way I had lost this ring and to have this back in my hands right now after being found in Afghanistan it’s incredible,â€? Beebe said. 7KH ULQJ GRHVQÂśW TXLWH ÂżW DQ\PRUH EXW that wasn’t important to Beebe. He took the ring to a jeweler to have it resized and now wears it with pride.

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underlies the antic banter of its characters. 4FQUFNCFS0DUPCFS The Crucible by Arthur Miller directed by Doreen Lundberg Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play. This exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society. The story focuses upon a young farmer, his wife, and a young servant-girl who maliciously causes the wife’s arrest for witchcraft. The farmer brings the girl to court to admit the lie — and it is here that the monstrous course of bigotry and deceit is terrifyingly depicted. The farmer, instead of saving his wife, ďŹ nds himself also accused of witchcraft and ultimately condemned with a host of others. /PWFNCFS%FDFNCFS If It's Monday, This Must Be Christmas! by Pat Cook directed by George Herkert The ďŹ fth play in the Harry Monday trilogy! Okay, Harry never could count. Christmas time rolls around and our down-and-out gumshoe is short of cash as usual. He’s down to walking dogs for a few bucks when Harrigan’s department store has its payroll stolen. Not only is the payroll missing but, crime of all crimes, somebody kid-

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Restaurant & OfďŹ ce Space Avail. at the Village on Scholls Ferry (16315 SW Barrows Rd) For more information: melanie@guansusa.com C

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TWEENS (Grades 3-8.) For more information: Please call the Teen Desk (503) 350-4001.

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KID S For more information: Please call the Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Desk (503) 350-3600 or the Teen Desk (503) 350-4001. 5IJOL'VO5IVSTEBZT Thurs. Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (4-5pm) Just drop in! Ages 3-8 with adult. 1st Thursday Imagination Station Just bring your imagination! 2nd Thursday Builders Come and play with LEGOS and Duplo blocks! 3rd Thursday Puzzle Time Fun times with puzzles & books! 4th Thursday Board Games Love board games? We have your favorites!

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The Book Corner For gently used books at affordable prices w/ proceeds donated to the Beaverton library. 503-643-5188

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Homework Help available at the City Library and Murray Scholls Got homework? Beaverton City Library offers trained volunteer homework helpers after school and in the evenings. Whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for help with math, science, writing, or almost any other subject, our Homework Helpers are here for you! Please check www.beavertonlibrary.org/homeworkhelp for current schedules. Homework Helpers for grades 2-5 can be found in the Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s area at the main library. Helpers for grades 6-12 can be found in the Teen Room at the Main Library and at Murray Scholls.

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