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The Beaverton Resource Guide (BRG) is a free monthly community paper for the city of Beaverton, Oregon. Cedar House Media published the ďŹ rst edition in April of 2011 with the help of the city and the Farmers Market. That ďŹ rst issue was 16 pages. Today, just over one year later, the paper is 32 pages and sponsored by a huge cross section of the city from shopping malls like Washington Square and Cedar Hills Crossing to public entities such as the police and ďŹ re departments, the Visitor’s Association (WCVA), the Senior Citizen’s Advisory Committee and the park district (THPRD) to name a few.

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Beaverton has so many positive attributes and many go unnoticed. The BRG is our way of giving back to the community by highlighting what makes our city a great place to live, shop and work. With a focus on small or local businesses, we’d like to encourage our neighbors to ďŹ rst visit nearby businesses and give them a chance before moving on.

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July 8, Center Street Park: The Oregonian has described The Bobby Torres Ensemble as “Latin jazz with enough Ă€avor and spice to satisfy your body and soul’s need for rhythmic harmony.â€? July 12, Arnold Park: From old school country to ‘70s and ‘80s country/rock to modern country and classic rock, Flexor T plays a wide range of foot stompin’ music. July 14, Center Street Park: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brownâ€? is a Tony award-winning musical comedy based on the classic Peanuts comic strip. July 19, Greenway Park: The Thad Beckman Band is fronted by a man described as a â€œÂżrst-class pickerâ€? with “a Âżnely honed bluesy voiceâ€? that “rasps like shoe leather on roadside gravel.â€? July 21, Carolwood Park: “As You Like Itâ€? is a classic Shakespeare comedy about love, injustice and forgiveness. Aug. 4, Autumn Ridge Park: The Twangshifters live where rock ‘n roll, roots, soul, swing, country, boogie and blues collide. Aug. 11, HMT Recreation Complex: Los Lobos is a Grammy award-winning

Mountain Ramblers bring a hybrid of rock ‘n roll, bluegrass, alternative country and country-blues.

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The HMT Recreation Complex will be transformed into an extravaganza of games, music and activity the entire family will enjoy. Music, sports and special events will include The Classic at T-Hills car show, Family Triathlon and Beaverton Police Department K-9 Unit demonstration. The City of Beaverton will again host the Beaverton International Celebration with cultural music, dance, art, crafts, traditional dress and ceremonies, and food. Kids’ activities will include giant inÀatable play structures, climbing walls, face painting, arts and crafts, drop-in sports and swimming, and more – all free.

Aug. 16, Cedar Mill Park: 5 Guys Named Moe produce a show full of energy, stage presence and style, not to mention Motown hits, standards and classic tunes from the ‘70s & ‘80s. Aug. 23, Raleigh Park: The Freak

Beaverton High freshman gets chance to measure golf game against world’s best By FOX 12 Staff

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eaverton High School freshman Gigi Stoll may only be 15 years old, but she’s already making a name for herself in the world of golf. One week after winning the high school state title at Beaverton, Gigi 6WROO TXDOLÂżHG IRU WKH 86 :RPHQÂśV Open by winning a sectional in northern California in the spring. That gives her a chance to see how her golf game stacks up against the best golfers in the world. 4XDOLI\LQJ IRU WKH 86 2SHQ *LJL Stoll said, “doesn’t seem real,â€? but her father said he has seen it coming. “You could see right from the start she had unbelievable natural talent,â€? Mike Stoll said. Gigi Stoll started playing at the age of ÂżYH\HDUVROGEXWVKHZDVQÂśWXQOHDVKHG on to the rest of the golf world for another four years. “She didn’t really play tournaments until she was nine years old, and right

off the bat, she won everything,â€? Mike Stoll said. “I mean, she’s won everything in the state of Oregon.â€? After conquering the state at the age of 15 years old, it was time to take on the nation with her father as a caddy. “My dad is a huge role model. He got me started. He follows me around. He caddies for me,â€? Gigi Stoll said. And with his daughter headed to the 862SHQ0LNH6WROOVDLGKHÂśVTXLFNO\ OHDUQLQJ WR MXVW ÂżOO WKH GLYRWV DQG OHW Gigi do the rest. “I could see the momentum gathering and I said to myself, ‘Hey, Mike, get out of the way because this girl is ready to go,â€? he said. 7KH862SHQWHHVRII-XO\LQ:LVconsin. Watch Oregon Sports Final every Gigi Stoll won the state high school golf title one week, and then qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open the next. Sunday at 11 p.m. on FOX 12 Oregon.

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Cherry Popsicles (with Honey Simple Syrup) This should make about 8-10 popsicles. I ďŹ lled 6 big popsicles and 4 small ones (I only had these many popsicle molds) and still had some mixture left so I threw in some ice cubes into the blender and got a nice smoothie out of it too. Refreshing! CHERRY POPSICLES

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Restaurant Spotlight: Malone's Cafe & Bar

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alone’s CafÊ & Bar is a friendly neighborhood restaurant that’s been in the Murrayhill area since 1989. With over 20 years’ experience serving great food and drinks, we’ve decided to make the change to include a wide variety of pizzas to the mix. Why pizza? Simple. We wanted the challenge of creating some of the best pies in town and at a reasonable price by using our signature recipes brought to us by our very own pizza chef with more than 15 years’ experience crafting pizzas in New York & Connecticut. He's taken all this knowhow and creativity and put it into an incredible pizza pie. We believe we have the best pizza around! Try it. We think you will agree. However, if you are looking for pub grub we have that too. From our famous 100% Fulton ground chuck burgers served on our homemade burger buns to our house battered chicken strips, fried zucchini and fried mushrooms. Add those to our new line of pizzas and calzones and you’ll ŅQGZHKDYHMXVWDERXWVRPHWKLQJIRUHYHU\RQH

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The Cupcake Cure for Epilepsy When I was diagnosed with Epilepsy, I decided I wasn’t going to let it get worst of me. I was determined to get out of the house and do something I loved. So with the help of my wonderful husband and son, I set out to create the most delicious cupcakes my dreams could imagine.

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your mouth watering yet? Thinking back to my childhood love of Shirley Temples, I came up with a Cherry Almond-Vanilla smothered in a maraschino cherry butter cream frosting. They come in mini sizes so it's okay to eat more than one! The newest addition to my line up is the Chocolate Mocha Fudge which is dusted with coffee grounds and smells like you've just walked into a sweet, chocolate coffee shop. And yes, you can have this one along with your morning cup of jo.

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American Boot Co, 503-626-7419 AT&T (Smart Wireless) 503-924-1819 BedCo, 503-430-7277 Claire’s Boutique, 503-644-9142 Cold Stone Creamery 503-352-3880 Game Trader, 503-641-5511 GNC, 503-626-8484 Hairmasters, 503-644-1835 L&L Hawaiian, 503-726-0770 Merle Norman, 503-469-0884 Peachwave, 503-746-7729 Powell’s Books, 503-228-4651 Ray’s Watch Repair, 503-643-2931 Small World Surprise 503-646-3202 Sunflower Beauty Supply, 503-644-9190 Taco Time, 503-643-6739 Teaser’s Top Shop 503-526-8970 Thai Noodle Etc., 503-941-9112 Visionworks, 503-646-7995 Weight Watchers, 800-651-6000 Wireless Accessories, 503-277-7707

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for your business. Call one of our client service specialists TODAY! 503-350-1205 www.therightbank.com F5

Cakes for All Occasions

in a choice-based environment. Small classes, all subjects, PreK - High School. www.villagehome.org 503-597-9100 D6

Petit Fours, cookies, bread, cinema, catering trays & more! www.beavertonbakery.com 503-646-7136 F4

Casual & relaxed sittings Newborns, N b babies, bb kids & families

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Goodness Coffee House A Family Cafe w/ a Healthy menu. Gluten free welcome. www.goodnesscoffeehouse.com 503 616 3020 D6

at discounted prices. www.cedarhousemedia.com 503-641-3320 F5

Antiques & Modern Grand Opening!

Dairy Queen Beaverton

prepared with distinctive Northwest air! www.hallstreetgrill.com 503.641.6161

Fresh tortilla’s made daily. Happy hour daily, 3-6pm Dine-in or Take-out. 503-601-7000

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Senior Living Community We make it easy to feel right at home. www.creekside-village.com 503-643-9735 B7

Pet Care

Optometrists Examining eyes in Beaverton since the dinosaurs roamed. Corner of 1st and Hall (503) 644-3614 E5

The place for all your bird needs. Exotic birds, healthy foods, toys, boarding & advice. Great prices! 503-644-9515 www.bizeebird.com D6

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Sun Connections

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For your health, For you! 503-646-5909 www.drmoga.com

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that changes weekly featuring fresh seasonal ingredients from the Northwest. 503-641-3223 decarlirestaurant.com D4

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A&P Appliance Parts All major brands serviced discount parts, in-shop repair, microwaves ok. 503-644-0382 www.apappliance.net D4

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Personal Injury, Criminal Law

Family Practice

Breakfast-Lunch-Diner 30 varieties of pancakes & wafes. Beaverton’s Favorite Restaurant! 503-646-2688

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Full and partial dentures Open 7 days a week by appointment! 503-643-6213

Dr. McBride’s OfďŹ ce

Italian inspired with a menu

& Incredible Food Beaverton Town Square We cater and deliver! 503-643-2334

Retirement Residence Hit the road with us because we never stand still for too long! www.beavertonlodge.com 503-646-0635 C7 (See ad in Senior section)

M-F Lunch Specials, $5.95

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Darn Good Coffee

center on life! Auto, sports, children’s injuries; neck/back pain, headaches and more! 503-430-7371 D5

Traditional American dishes

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Prescription delivery, drive-up window, ďŹ ne giftware, mobility- DME sales/rentals medicare accredited 503-644-2101 F4

Spanish, Hindi & Punjabi speaking providers available. Mon-Sat Extended Hours 503-644-1171 E5

DUII, Immigration, Wills/Trusts Probate, Family/Business Law www.beavertonlaw.com 503-644-2146 F5

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Open Minds, Open Hearts Open Doors. Beaverton First United Methodist Church. www.beavertonumc.org Sunday Worship: 10:30am 503-646-7107 D6

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Beaverton Swim Center

Quilter’s Corner Store Big Ideas for Small Projects Visit: QuiltersCornerStore.com Open Tuesday - Saturday 503-819-2955 E4

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All natural candlewax Recycle old candles and get credit towards a new one. Open F-Sat 10-6 or by appt. 503-318-9648 E5

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ost of us are aware that we could be making better choices when it comes to diet and exercise. I often hear people say that they have no idea where to start when it comes to improving their health. The good news is that making the necessary changes to attain optimal wellness is not hard. It just takes education and a willingness to keep trying. Making small changes will allow you to build your new lifestyle one step at a time. This will help to ensure your success in maintaining your new habits over the long term. A Registered Dietitian can give you the support needed to improve your health by helping to design a diet plan that works; while offering much needed moral support as you go through the process of healing yourself through dietary changes. Angela Hermes, RD, LD, CLT is a Registered Dietitian who is located in downtown Beaverton. She loves to help people to reach their health and ďŹ tness goals. You can reach at AngelaHermesRD@ yahoo.com

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RUWKHW\SLFDO2IĹ…FHUZRUNLQJ with victims of crimes entails the initial meeting and perhaps a follow-up contact before a potential court appearance. For the departments Victim Services Coordinator (VSC) contacts are more frequent, substantial and may be long term. Katrina Rodriguez is completLQJKHUĹ…UVW\HDUDVWKHGHSDUWPHQWV Victim Services Coordinator. Each day, meetings or training responsibilities aside, begins with checking the daily log for police activity. Every report with a listed victim will be reviewed for possible follow-up. Certain reports jump out as needing immediate attention. Those reports may include: Rape, robbery, assaults, elder abuse or domestic violence. A closer inspection of the narrative and or a meeting with the investigating RIĹ…FHU RU GHWHFWLYHV PD\ UHYHDO what next step needs to be taken. Other referrals may come from XQLIRUPHG RIĹ…FHUV GHWHFWLYHV other agencies or direct contact by the victim themselves or someone familiar with the victim. The VSC works directly with and is an advocate for victims of all kinds. The VSC goal is to provide information, resources, validation and support for the victim. Just like crimes come in all shapes and sizes with their own individual intricacies the same can be said for the crime victim. Most people don’t take advantage of crime victim services and are able to manage their loss without additional support. At the other end of the spectrum are those people who lack the support system or ability 'PS.PSF*OGPSNBUJPO to cope with the circumstances of 4755 SW GrifďŹ th Dr. their victimization. That support Beaverton, OR 97005 (503) 526-2260 can be in the form of identifying resources, accompaniment to www.beavertonoregon.gov court, sitting through interviews, Volume 2–Issue 7 | Beaverton Resource Guide –

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agent school and they still did not get the training they really needed in the ‘real’ world. With her many years of travel industry knowledge and realizing the need for proper training and mentoring, she designed a travel DJHQW WUDLQLQJ SURJUDP VSHFLĹ…Fally for a person without previous knowledge of travel, and have them up and running in their own home-based, travel agent business in ’20 hours or less’.. She also takes pride in knowing that she is helping to contribute to the growing need for jobs in the city of Beaverton and in the state of Oregon, by helping entrepreneurs realize a dream of owning their own business. If you dream it, DO something to make it come true.

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2012 Nominees

Recognizing Those Who Have Made A Significant Contribution to our Community Service to Beaverton

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Awards Luncheon The City of Beaverton and the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce invite you to the Service to Beaverton Awards luncheon to recognize this year’s nominees and announce the winners! Tuesday, July 17 11:15 am - 1 pm PCC Rock Creek Events Center 17705 NW Springville Rd. Portland 97229 To purchase tickets call 503-644-0123 or online at www.Beaverton.org. For more information, please call Lani Parr in the Neighborhood Program at 503-526-2243. Tickets cost $10.00 and includes lunch. Please RSVP by July 5, 2012. Space is limited so reserve your seat today!

A special thanks to our Luncheon Sponsor: Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

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Individual: Brian Adams Lacey Beaty Bev Ecker Diana Greene Mallika Mathur Cassera Phipps

Sue Pike Eric Squires Barbara Surber Parisjat Umscheid Kimarie Wolf

Business: Ava Roasteria Chiropractic First Goodness Coffee House MiaDonna & Company, LLC Probity Builders Neighborhood Association Committee (NAC) Member: Bryce Adkins Sid Snyder Bill Wood Service Organization: Beaverton Education Foundation Beaverton Special Needs Color Guard (STARS) Catalyst Partnerships Season of Service Educator of the Year: Maura Hashiguchi Erin Livingston David Michael Slater Lisa Williams Jeremy Zander Emerging Leader: Krista Jansen Andrew McPherran Meghana Rao Lydia Terjeson

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Feast on the Farm e’ve been growing together for 25 seasons at the Beaverton Farmer’s Market! To celebrate the hard work of our farmers and our community’s commitment WRORFDOIRRGZHģUHWDNLQJŅHOGWULSVIURPGRZQWRZQ%HDYHUWRQWRWKHEHDXWLIXOŅHOGV of our vendors’ farms. Join us for our Feast on the Farm Dinner Series for local food prepared only steps away from where it’s grown. On July 15, we’ll plant our tables at Unger Farms in Hillsboro for traditional American barbecue. Enjoy a warm summer evening with the smoky scent of food on the grill and a meal complete with all the classic barbecue fare. As one of Oregon’s premiere berry growers, sweet, fragrant, and perfectly ripe berries will be featured throughout the dinner. For more information go to www.beavertonfarmersmarket. com.

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For kids 55 and older – July 28. eniors - stay Healthy and Active with help from these community organizations : Wash. Co. Aging and Disability, Elders in Action, OHSU Aging and Alzheimers, Elsie Stuhr Center and Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon. Kaiser Permanente will have chefs and doctors on site to talk about tasty food and nutrition for Seniors.

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Pounders. Both are experienced in these areas; Milli previously directed BCT's “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum�, and Josh is Music Director at First Baptist Church in Beaverton and a member of the Oregon Chorale.

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and Hammerstein score, including “My Favorite Things,â€? “Do-ReMiâ€? and “Climb Ev’ery Mountain.â€? The Sound of Music will be performed at the Deb Fennell Auditorium. Preview performance is June 28 with opening night on Friday, June 29, and performances continue through July 22, 2012. Evening performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. Matinees are at 2 p.m. on Sundays, and on Saturdays, July 14 and 21. The Deb Fennell Auditorium is located at 9000 SW Durham 5RDGLQ7LJDUG7LFNHWVVWDUWDW for adults, with discounts available for groups and youth. For a full listing of show performances or to order tickets visit www.broadZD\URVHRUJRUFDOOWKHER[RIĹ…FH at 503.620.5262.

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on the desired effect, but many of my pieces have 3 or more trips to the kiln, for 15 hours or more each time. Warm or kilnformed glass is the convergance of art and science, it is about color, light, the chemistry and physics of melting glass in the presence of other elements. I am continually excited about the opportunities for exploring new techniques and applications.

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$10,000 Donation for Children's Books Murray-Scholls Branch Gets Much Needed Help From the By Victoria Campbell Beaverton Library Foundation bit overwhelming. Within days the shelves were nearly empty, especially in the children’s collections. Over the past two years more items have been added to the branch library’s collections; however, during the summer there is a great need for more books to be available so that young readers can maintain their reading comprehension. (Studies have shown that children that do not read in the summer can lose up to one-third of their reading comprehension.) The Beaverton Library Foundation is stepping up to help make sure the Murray Scholls shelves remain full this summer with a GRQDWLRQIRUWKHSXUFKDVH of needed children’s materials.

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PROGRAMS FOR KIDS, TWEENS & TEENS Nature Mobile Visits Thurs., July 5 -July 26, 2:30-4 PM Discover nature & science through games and hands-on activities hosted by Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District. Topics change every week. On the library lawn. Grades PreK-5 with adult. Summer Family Movie Thursday July 5, 2:00-4 PM Come enjoy some cool air conditioning while you watch a fun family movie! All ages. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Chess Club Mon., July 9 & 23, 1:30-2:30 PM Play with others or learn the game. Grades 3-8. OMSI Portable Planetarium Monday July 9, 12:30 & 1:00 PM (Grades K-2); 1:30 & 2:00 PM (Grades 3-5) OMSI’s portable planetarium brings the night sky inside! Registration Required. Tours at 12:30 and 1:00 for grades K-2 and 2:00 and 2:30 for grades 3-5.

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Babymouse Party Thursday, July 12, 2:00-3:00 PM Dream big Babymouse style! Enjoy Babymouse activities, crafts and games. Registration Required. Grades 2-5. Video Game Swap – With Wii Gaming Thursday, July 12, 4:00-5:00 PM Trade your games with fellow gamers and play Wii classics at the same time! Grades 6-12. Book Craft Fair Monday, July 16, 2:00-3:00 PM Come make crafts about your favorite book. Registration Required. Ages 0-11. Angry Birds Party Tuesday, July 17, 1:00-2:00 PM Get ready for Angry Bird fun‌ there will be bird launching, crafting and more! Grades 4-7.

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I Love Humor Book Chat Tuesday, July 10, 3:00-4:00 PM We’ll chat about the funniest books we’ve read lately. Need a recommendation? Check at the Teen Desk. Pizza will be available! Grades 6-12.

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Magic: The Gathering & Yu-Gi-Oh Gaming for Teens Tuesdays, July 17, 5:30-7:30 PM Bring your cards and test your Magic & Yu-Gi-Oh gaming skills against other enthusiasts. Booster packs awarded as prizes. Grades 6-12. Bracelets & Rings Crafting Thursday, July 19, 3:00-4:30 PM Come make fabulous wire rings and friendship bracelets. There will be snacks! Grades 6-12. Yo-Yo University Tuesday, July 24, 7:00-8:00 PM Yo! Professional Yo-Yoers Colin and Greg demonstrate the amazing feats now possible with a yo-yo. Pizza will be available! Grades 6-12 and their families. Interactive Movie Tuesday, July 31, 6:30-8:30 PM In the mood for movie fun? Come watch a movie that will take you back to the future! Bring your cell phone – you send texts that will appear on the screen for everyone to read! Grades 6-12.

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July’s History by the Decade window display features selected events from the 1940s. Other Exhibits include: t3FTUPO4VOEBZ t"DPOUJOVBUJPOPG%S McBride's vintage optical equipment #FBWFSUPO)JTUPSZ$FOUFS Open Tues/Thurs, noon to 4 pm 12412 SW Broadway St. 503-430-0106 www.historicbeaverton.org info@historicbeaverton.org. Admission free but donations welcome! /FX(JGU4IPQ0QFO Visit the Center’s new gift shop. We have books about Oregon and collectibles donated by local residents. Proceeds beneďŹ t the Society.

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in Umatilla County, Oregon and in Iowa before transferring to Willamette University in Salem, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1885. After a year or so traveling through Arizona, he established a practice in Beaverton, one that would continue until his death. When he arrived, the small farming community was beginning to grow, but wasn’t yet an incorporated city. It’s unclear when he met Lottie Danks, daughter of town wagon maker and blacksmith Augustine Danks1 and his wife Mary. In a town with a population of about 250, their paths very likely crossed many times. On October 20, 1889 he and 20 year-old Lottie married at home of her widowed mother. W.C. Ward of East Portland performed the ceremony, witnessed by W.E. Squires and Eva Milner. The Robinson’s house (1887) and pharmacy (1893), which Lottie managed, still stand on Broadway Street.

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the average life expectancy had jumped to 52 for men and 57 for women. Dr. Robinson took an active role in fraternal, professional, and civic matters, joining the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and the Masons. He was, in fact, one of seven Master Masons seeking a charter to establish a Beaverton Lodge in 1891. When their request was granted that summer, he was elected Worshipful Master of Beaverton Lodge Number 100, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, a position he held at various times until 1906. His keen abilities led to leadership roles with the Oregon State and Washington County Medical Associations, as well as Beaverton city councilor. The allopathic2 physician’s cause of death on March 22, 1915 was listed as heart disease. He was survived by Lottie and their children, Nellie and George, and buried at Crescent Grove Cemetery, Tigard.3

t Many of the streets in Beaverton are named after the early settlers who arrived here in the mid 1800’s. t The Beaverton Bakery operates out of the former historic home of Dr Francis Robinson, Beaverton’s ďŹ rst doctor in 1885.

t Beaverton was a established as a city on February 10th, 1893 (Population 400). t Premium Pictures Studio, located on Erickson Ave, was a very successful silent movie studio in the 1920’s producing over 30 ďŹ lms.

Dr. Robinson Francis Marion Robinson, long-time Beaverton doctor, died at 67 years, one month, and 17 days. He was born in February 1848 near what is now Hillsboro to James and Melissa Robinson, pioneers who made the westward journey over the Oregon Trail. His sister Amanda was about a year older, and another sister, Margaret, about two years younger. Records of his young 'FBUVSFE&YIJCJU

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t The Beaverton main post ofďŹ ce is located on Betts Ave, a street named after our ďŹ rst post t Roy Rogers Rd was named after a former mayor of Tualatin.

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olor Me Mine is a new addition to Washington Square Too located between Red Robin and Barnes and Noble. They're a "paint your own ceramic" studio with over 400 bisque items to choose from. Color Me Mine has something for everyone on your gift giving list. Who doesn’t like something made just for them? All ŅQLVKHG SLHFHV DUH IRRG DQG GLVKwasher safe. The studio has many fun and creative ways to help you complete your work of art including 60 colors of food safe paint. Color Me Mine specializes in fun birthday parties which can be held either in their studio or at your party location. Of course, the studio is a great place to meet up with friends, hold a bridal shower or come on a date. Color Me Mine loves working with the schools and helping them raise money with fundraiser ideas. When you come in, check to see if your school has signed up as a

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will discover fresh, insightful commentary. Every Monday, hear from Pam, the mommy blogger, WKHQ:HGQHVGD\LWÄŁVOLIHVW\OHĹ…QGV with Bud and Leo, and on Friday, Lauren focuses on fun fashion.

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hank you so much for checking out the new Real Estate section of the paper, we are excited to be here! All Things Real Estate was created in January of 2011 and is the ONLY Newspaper to have everything Real Estate related all in one place. Convenience is key and that’s why for our Beaverton friends, we are happy to have a page in this UHVRXUFHJXLGHWRKHOSKRPHRZQHUVŅQGZKDWWKH\QHHGORFDOO\6RVWD\ tuned as we grow this section of the paper in the coming months and keep an eye out for the full version of the paper available at over 400 locations throughout Portland.

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f you are like me, you drive down the same streets, see the same people and shop at the same stores. The problem with this is, I also pass by many places without knowing just what they're about. Let me share the great experience I had at one such place. The Elsie Stuhr Senior Center in Beaverton is easy to miss as you drive to the library and even if you did see it, you might think it was some sort of care facility. After getting involved in the Senior Citizen's Advisory Committee however, I soon realized how wrong I

was and that was before the head to toe remodel! 0\ Ĺ…UVW LPSUHVVLRQ ZKHQ , walked into the building was the same as if I had walked into a niceHotel lobby or country clubâ€?: Spacious, inviting and warm with beautiful artwork displayed in glass cases that I later found out were made by members who attend classes at the center. My escort - and delightful guide - was the Center Supervisor, Linda Jo Enger, who enthusiastically showed me around greeting almost everyone she passed by name. That in itself impressed me greatly (as I'm known to forget even names in my own family!). Her energy and positive attitude were contagious as she took me from room to room. She is a proud representative of Elsie Stuhr and she offered the “warm and fuzzyâ€? that is lacking in most facilities. Who knew? Elsie Stuhr offers ping pong, pool, cards, dancing,

art classes wood carving, knitting, music, computer classes, theater art, writing, camera shops, gardening, yoga, pilates, tai chi and so much more. What really blew me away though was the workout room. Headed by Diane Brice, the Fitness Specialist, this room is inviting and complete with the latest equipment. The only thing it lacks is YOU!

“June is gone and I didn’t do a thing... those road trips at Beaverton Lodge sure sound fun!�

Here is where we went in June: Portland Sternwheeler Trip Men's Breakfast Club Lighthouse Sanctuary with Lunch at Roaring River Inn Mt Hood Fruit Loop Trip lunch at Full Sail Brewery Leach Botanical Garden Lunch at Helvetia Tavern Dinner out at Raul's Mexican Restaurant Evening Movie at the Hollywood Theatre

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recently stopped by Raleigh Hills Assisted Living on a sunny day. Tucked quietly behind a Raleigh Hills shopping center, residents sat outside soaking up some sun. When I walked into the lobby I immediately noticed the ODUJHĹ…VKWDQNZLWKPDQ\W\SHVRI LQWHUHVWLQJĹ…VK:KDWVHWV5DOHLJK Hills apart from other communities like it is that it is locally owned by a family who lives right in the neighborhood. The family atmosphere goes beyond the business end of things and extends into the lifestyle the residents get to experience everyday. From the fun outings each month, to the staff who goes above and beyond for their residents, this community is truly one of a kind. Raleigh Hills has both Assisted Living and Memory Care,

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of your money locally to support your neighbors so we can continue to grow and attract other new businesses into the Aloha area. Take in a little league baseball game in our community - they can be quite entertaining!

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Tier 1 Membership is $60/year. Tier 2 Membership is $480/year and includes your logo member listing on this page each month. 'PS.PSFJOGPSNBUJPO alohabusinessassociation.com

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“Agape Love� meets needs in the Community By Sally Fabre

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or the past six years, Love INC of Greater Beaverton has helped thousands of individuals and families in the Beaverton School District get the resources they desperately need. Love INC meets the practical needs of people through Gap ministries (church ministries)

with needed products and services such as: Baby Supplies, Medical Equipment, Home Furnishings, Bedding, Bicycles, Dish Soap, Laundry Detergent, Toilet Paper, Transportation and Backpacks just to name a few! Love INC is in QHHG RI ODUJHU RIĹ…FH VSDFH PRUH phone lines, more Gap ministries, volunteers and donations. Agape Community Insurance Agency has been a Business Sponsor for many years and Sally Fabre (owner) is currently serving as Board Chair for Love INC. *GZPVBSFJOUFSFTUFEJO NBLJOHBEJGGFSFODFJOZPVS DPNNVOJUZ MFUVTLOPX

Promote your business! Connect to Customers Share Resources & Leads It’s New, Local, & FREE! www.ReciProty.com

Membership Info Join us for only $60/year. Or for $480/year you can get your logo on this page. For more information, call Michael at 503-641-3320

www.curvesaloha.com 30-min ďŹ tness and complete weight management for women. 20229 SW TV Hwy, Aloha 503-356-5454 A2

www.loveincbeaverton.org 503-336-5946

Aloha-Reedville’s Future Be part of shaping it! Google: alohareedville alohareedville@co.washington.or.us 503-846-3519

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Helping meet needs in the community. Auto, home, renters, Dwg Fire, motorcycles, RV’s, boats. agapecommunityinsagency.com 503-626-5790 A5

Karen Bolin, Financial Advisor You talk, we listen... AND we get to know you. karen.bolin@edwardjones.com 503-356-1190 B3

Aloha CPA Kenneth Rigert, PC Income Tax Returns for small businesses and individuals. Estate planning & trust taxes too. www.kennetharigertpccpa.com 503-649-5575 B3

A Voice for Trees - Your Partner in Tree Care. Expert Pruning. & Tree Removal. ISA Board CertiďŹ ed Master Arborist www.matthewstree.com

Reser's Fine Food Pick up one of Reser's Deli Salads for your next BBQ, picnic or potluck. Visit: www. resers.com

Sakura Teriyaki Chinese & Japanese Cuisine Exceptional SUSHI, Tempura, Yakisoba, Orange Chicken & more! General Tso, & LOTTERY FUN 503-259-9922 D6

Carol Cartier Distributor + Artist 503.407.9757 carol@colorsoife.me colorsoifejuiceplus.com Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local‌ this is how we build a better Beaverton.

ORGANIC CLEANING $99 Special on Wedding Dresses: Clean and Boxed! Alterations, leather and more! 503-642-2826 C6

John J. Tyner III Attorney At Law 347 SW Oak Street Hillsboro, OR 97123 JohnTynerAtty@gmail.com 503-648-5591

Funeral Home and Crematory “Your loved ones never leave the care of our home.� www.springerandson.com 503-356-1000

7 Hills Properties Affordable Web Technology Aloha Animal Medical Center Aloha Community Library Assoc. Aloha High School Banner Bank - Murray Scholls Beaverton Education Foundation Beaverton Towing, LLC Cedar House Media Cedar West Plaza Community Newspaper Cooper Mtn. Pres. Fellowship Costco Cruise In County Diner Davis Lock & Safe Edwards Center Electronics Unlimited Embracing Health 4 Life Exclusively Maureen Farmington Gardens Farmington Road Chiropractic Foundations 4 Your Life Foursquare Church of Aloha Gaucha Translations Genesis Mediation, LLC Godfathers Pizza Gold Eagle Classics Holcomb Computer Services In Line Commercial Construction Jan's Paperbacks Ken Alexander Ins. Agency Knipe Realty NW Martin Hunter, CPA Monroe Orthodontics OR Friends of Shelter Animals OMG! On Thank Mktg. Group Reedville Presbyterian Church Schmidt & Yee Songbird Healing Arts Source Realty State Farm Ins. (Eric Squires) Suburban Ace Hardware Sun Connections Travel & Cruises The UPS Store (Allen & Murray) Thomas Fischer, Gen. Contractor Time Fairy, LLC Tualatin Valley Water District US Bank Washington Co.Sheriff's OfďŹ ce Wayne & Anne Weld Martin World Pay US, Inc.

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Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point work, neuromuscular therapy. Call Ada Boje: 503-641-7743

Beaverton All Transmission Service Co

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Beaverton Detailing Exhaust Specialties & Brakes

Canyon Auto Repair Canyon Road Auto Body Wally & Son Auto Svc & Repair Fix Auto Beaverton

(FUZPVSCVTJOFTTMJTUFE If you’re an automotive business, add your name under your category for FREE! Just email: BRG@cedarhousemedia.com.

Come visit where friends meet for fashion. Unique wardrobe items & basics too. 503-297-1609

The Grin House Short Term Nanny Services House/Child/Pet sitting. Cooking, cleaning and overnight care. CertiďŹ ed!Call Margarita: 503-443-9136

Promethian Counseling

Most Annoying Drving Behaviors Consumer Reports asked 895 Americans to score 20 common driver gripes on a 1-to-10 scale, with 1 meaning a behavior "does not annoy you at all" and 10 means it "annoys you tremendously." The mean scores shown are based on a 10-point scale, with 10 being the most annoying.

503.372.7563

Oregon’s only BMW certified collision center

Luxuryat affordable Service prices

t FREE Estimates t Rental Cars available onsite t Lifetime Warranty on all workmanship

3725 SW Cedar Hills Blvd., Beaverton, OR 97005 | kunicollisioncenter.com

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Texting on a cell phone while driving Able-bodied drivers parking in handicapped spaces Tailgaters Drivers who cut you off Speeding and swerving in and out of trafďŹ c Taking up two parking spaces Talking on a cell phone while driving Not letting you merge into a lane Not dimming high beams when approaching Not using turn signals Slow drivers dawdling in the passing lane Jaywalkers stepping in front of your car Excessive horn honking Slowing down to “rubberneckâ€? at accidents Drivers who are indecisive about where to turn Slow drivers on a two-lane road who won’t pull over Not going when the light turns green Cranking up the radio volume

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503-816-2778 Professional Counseling for children, adolescents, individuals, couples & families. Milana Robben, M.S., NCC

Joy OfďŹ ce Support Services Personalized Support When YOU Need It! Call to set up an appointment today: 503-961-5509

Styles at Hart Neighborhood

Salon $5 off any service for new clients. Color/highlights, perm, hair cuts, senior roller sets. Located near the Plaid Pantry on Hart Rd & 170th Ave. 503-591-1998

Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local‌ this is how we build a better Beaverton.


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Looking for fun things to do this summer and need some ideas? Well, you've come to the right section of the paper. Below are a few suggestions to begin with but over the coming months, we'll add more places to go and more details to help you ďŹ nd the perfect place to play! Oak's Park

Big Al's

503-748-6118 Portland

Beaverton

Safari Sam's

Bullwinkle's

503-685-5000 Sherwood

Wilsonville

503-643-2002 Beaverton

Beaverton

Beaverton 800-FANDANGO+984 Tigard 503-597-6900 Gaston

Beaverton

Aviation & Space Museum Wings & Waves Waterpark John's Incredible Pizza

(503) 296-6843

PlayDate PDX

503-434-4185 Portland

McMinnville

503-357-0109

Valley Theater

503-434-4185 Beaverton

McMinnville

503-227-7529

Sunset Miniture Golf

(503) 520-0000 Beaverton

503-626-2244

Glowing Greens Miniture Golf

Laserport

(503) 526-9501 Portland

My Masterpiece Art Studio

503-222-5554

OMSI

(503) 453-3700 Portland

Newberg Drive-in Newberg

(503) 639-2001

Tree to Tree (see ad below)

Cinetopia

Beaverton

503-646-1116

Tigard Bowl

Cinemark

Beaverton

(503) 925-8000

Sunset Lanes

Chuck E. Cheese

Beaverton

503-233-5777

800.955.6674

Portland Children's Museum

(503) 538-2738 Portland

503) 223-6500

July 2012

By WCVA

Oregon’s Washington County is home to some of the best festivals and events the state has to offer. Just minutes from downtown Portland and set in the heart of the agricultural area of northwestern Oregon, summer ushers in agricultural events, farmers’ markets and myriad family festivals.

Oregon Lavender Festival (July 14-15, 2012) Multiple locations throughout Washington County and neighboring counties. Explore 6 lavender farms in Washington County as part of this annual Festival: Helvetia Lavender Farm, Jackson School Lavender, Mountainside Lavender, and Seasonal Mary Herb and Flower Farm. Each location will feature specials and events, including u-pick lavender, food infused with lavender, and lavender plants for sale. Admission to the farms is free.

Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance (July 15, 2012) PaciďŹ c University, Forest Grove Celebrate the Mercedes-Benz at this year’s annual Concours d’Elegance. The show features more than 300 antique and special-interest cars, as well as live music and food booths. Ticket prices range from $5 (youth) - $17 (adults).

Sherwood Robin Hood Festival (July 20-21, 2012) Old Town, Sherwood

Sherwood continues its signature festival, which celebrates Robin Hood, his Merry Men and Maid Marian. Enjoy Renaissance reenactments, an archery contest, a parade, sword ďŹ ghting, medieval kids’ area, live music, a beer garden and more. Admission to the festival is free.

dinner held on Main Street. Local wineries offer tastings and pairings to top off the ďŹ ne dining. Participants can choose from a wine and appetizer option or wine tasting and full dinner. Tickets: $30-80.

Washington County Fair (July 26-29, 2012) Fair Complex, Hillsboro This annual county fair includes carnival rides, food, booths, and activities for kids. This year’s fair features shows, such as a truck and tractor pull, draft horse show and monster truck show, as well as a headline performance from Miranda Cosgrove, star of Nickelodeon’s hit series, iCarly (Fri, 7/27, 7:30 pm). Admission to the fair is free; some events and shows may require separate, paid ticket; tickets to headline acts are $20-25.

The Main Course (July 28, 2012) Main Street, Forest Grove This unique event showcases local food and wine with an outdoor

'PS.PSFJOGPSNBUJPO 503-644-5555 | www.wcva.org For the latest news and events, visit the ofďŹ cial “Visit Washington County, Oregonâ€? Facebook page. For a list of running events and marathons, visit our blog. /PUF All events, prices and information are subject to change without prior notice.

Just For Fun Spotlight:

Tree to Tree Adventure Park

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ree to Tree is a playground in the trees featuring aerial ropes courses, zip lines and tree top obstacles unlike anything you’ve ever seen before! Experience the thrills of moving from platform to platform (tree to tree) via wobbly bridges, tightropes, zip lines and more! 2XU FHUWLŅHG VWDII ZLOO DVVLVW \RX on your exciting new adventure at T2T adventure park. A short distance from Portland, we are located on beautiful Hagg Lake! Tree to Tree is open every weekend, Monday thru Friday for groups, special events, team building, and corporate events. Come have an adventure today!

t Woody's Super Zip Lines Features: 6 Zip Lines (including one over 1,200 feet!), a Rappelling Area, and a Bridge. t Corporate Challenge Course Build positive relationships with coworkers to achieve higher levels of success. t Team Building Perfect for youth groups, church groups, camps, etc. t Kids' Course Tweener Options A smaller version of our adult course where the guest will get to experience the same type of thrills‌just a little closer to the ground.

Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local‌ this is how we build a better Beaverton.

$BMMGPS3FTFSWBUJPOT 503.357.0109 2975 SW Nelson Rd Gaston, OR 97119

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By Parisjat Umscheid

to empower families to break the cycle of homelessness. The Volunteer Coordinator at the GNC, Heidi Anderson told me that they had just given a Volunteer Appreciation Award to a wonderful lady who comes to the GNC and provides haircuts to all the families. Mary is also a Beaverton resident which makes her the perfect candidate to be

our July Beaverton Hero. Mary has a wonderful story and a powerful message for those looking to make a difference but don’t know where to start. She lives by the motto of “Learn, Earn and Return�. At the beginning of your career, you are in the beginning phase and learning. The majority of your career, you are in your earning phase and then the last part is the Return. What you can give back to society. Mary has been a hairstylist since 1983. However, due to a chronic allergy to Hair dye, she had to retire in 2008. She originally started volunteering with St. James Episcopal Church, where she helped provide meals to the homeless families. She realized how much she missed cutting hair and asked Heidi if there was an opportunity for her to help the families with haircuts. Haircuts can be an expense that exceeds many low income family’s budgets and Mary’s offer of free haircuts were met with overwhelming support and gratitude. They turn the laundry room

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at the GNC into a small salon for the day and Mary gives everyone in the family a haircut. She even has a style book for the moms who can choose a new hairstyle for themselves as moms are usually the ones who will put themselves last on their list and neglect themselves for their families. I asked Mary what advice she has to people who are looking to make a difference but don’t know how and where to begin. Her advice is that there are many avenues to help out besides donating clothing or food to the Good Neighbor Center. There a r e

grounds that need upkeep, an after-school program, a child care area that needs volunteers. There are many opportunities for those that are retired and looking for a way to give back. That is why she thinks of the quote “Learn, Earn and Return� and wants to encourage others to remember that as well. Mary has been making it a

Tales of a Beaverton Super-Mom

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for sugar every 5 minutes?� “Because you keep saying ‘NO’ every 5 minutes!� Oh. Right. “Then can I have some cheese?� “Honey, you’ve practically eaten a block today; Lord only knows what it’s doing to your colon.� “What’s a colon?� “A punctuation mark,� deadpans the 10 yr-old without looking up from her book. After trying to get my 3 yr-old to sit patiently while we waited for the bill, I gave up and stood near the cash register. Realizing her new found freedom, she seized the opportunity to create a game called “Let’s Jump Up and Touch Mommy’s Nipple!!� It only took about 5 solid jumps that were right on target (with all the nearby

When I recently took my grade ’m 10 years into this parentschoolers out for dinner to celing gig, and I always thought ebrate the end of another at this point that I’d kind of fantastic year, the know what I’m doing. Like I’d service was inKDYH WKLV FRQĹ…GHQW DQG =HQ DLU credibly slow about me, and when other moms and the kids saw me in Target they’d say, incredibly “She looks so PATIENT and tired. It was PRESENT!! She’s practically one of those SERENE!!â€? But alas, I am fairly meals where sure that lately those words have you feel you not been emanating from my felshould either low shoppers’ lips. apologize to My 3 yr-old is in a particularly every un-charming and whiny perstage that I’m assuming son in the won’t last forever. venue OR ask Yet the other day them to tip you while we were all for the show cringing while your family just awaiting the next provided. uproar in the aisle of “Mom, Safeway, it was can we get my 10 yr-old dessert?â€? who helped me asks the 7 yr-old bebreathe a little easier fore we are even seated. E\ ZKLVSHULQJ FRQĹ…GHQWO\ WR “You just had some candy me, “No worries, mom. It’s just before dinner! Why are you asking Toddler Puberty.â€? Amen, sister. 32 – Beaverton Resource Guide | Volume 2–Issue 7

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patrons giggling into their water glasses) before I convinced her I really didn’t want to play. $QGĹ…QDOO\DV,ÄŁPDWWHPSWLQJ to quickly calculate the tip and whip out a legible signature, the 3 yr-old begins urgently patting my rear and whispering to me. “What?? I can’t hear you.â€? “I SAID,â€? she hollers, “your BOTTOM is so BIG and FLUFFY!!!â€? Let’s call that a wrap.

priority to visit the GNC every six to eight weeks since 2009 giving most families an opportunity to feel good about themselves and their appearance. With a higher self-esteem comes more FRQĹ…GHQFH ZKLFK IRVWHUV PRUH family stability. Thank you Mary for being such positive and inspirational role model for the community.

'PSNPSFJOGPSNBUJPO Good Neighbor Center 11130 SW Greenburg Road Tigard, OR 97223 503-443-6084 www.goodneighborcenter.org

Parisjat Umscheid is a mother of three, crossďŹ tter, event planner & writer.

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I changed my iPod's name to Titanic. It's syncing now. I know a guy who's addicted to brake uid. He says he can stop any time. When chemists die, they barium. Jokes about German sausage are the wurst. How does Moses make his tea? Hebrews it. I stayed up all night to see where the sun went. Then it dawned on me.

“Maureen Wilson is an educator, Girl Scout leader, and often frazzled parent to three active girls. She ďŹ nds motherhood to be a far more humorous and humbling experience than she ever imagined.â€? Maureen can be contacted at: BRG@cedarhousemedia.com

I'm reading a book about antigravity. I just can't put it down. I did a theatrical performance about puns. It was a play on words. They told me I had type-A blood, but it was a Type-O.

Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local‌ this is how we build a better Beaverton.

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