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Vol 3/Issue 3 • March 2013

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Cover Story

Spring is in the Air

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What's Happening this Month in Beaverton? New Feature: Meet the Artists, page 6 New Recipe: Shepherd's Pie, page 17 New Monthly Column: Handyman Bob, page 29

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central part of our community are our children and it is critical that we have programs available for them. The Beaverton Police Activities League (PAL) is one of these vital programs that supports the at-risk children in our community. The Beaverton PAL chapter was formed in 1997 and resulted in a partnership between the Beaverton Police Department, area businesses and concerned citizens. PAL provides programs and activities year round for kids 8 to 18 years of age in the Beaverton Resource Center and at various sites throughout the community. PAL gives children a safe and nurturing place to go after school to participate in art classes, physical activities such as boxing, receive help with homework through the Homework Club, develop leadership skills through the Youth Leadership Club or Girls Empowerment Group, or simply use the facilities as an option instead of going home to an empty house. You may have heard on the news at that the Portland PAL is

closing its doors due to a lack of funding. Unfortunately, this is having an effect on our local Beaverton PAL as well; as they are under the Portland PAL non-profit umbrella. I have been working closely with the City and community leaders to do everything possible to prevent the closure of Beaverton PAL and keep this valuable resource available for our children. However, additional assistance is required and PAL is asking for support. Without additional funding, Beaverton PAL will also be forced to close its doors. If that were to happen, it would leave many area youth without activities and, in some cases, without a place to go after school.


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What's this paper? Publisher / Executive Editor Cory Burden

Content Editor / Advertising Michael Wong

Graphic Layout / Design Karen Lewis


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Geoff Spaulding Bob Wayt Fox 12 Staff Melissa Riley Gretha Lindwood Holly Beglinger Ann Koppy Ginger Rapport WCVA Staff TVF&R Staff Karen Bolin Eric Squires

Greg Mattie Jolene Guptill Bob Strong Ann Satterfield Lisa Ard Maureen Wilson BPD Staff HART Staff Bill Johnson Dawn Goei Elaine Orcutt BRG Staff

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THPRD: Connecting people, parks and nature New trail crossing at Walker boosts safety for users


sers of the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District’s Waterhouse Trail in northwest Beaverton now have a safer, quicker way to cross busy Walker Road. A signalized mid-block crossing is now open to the public between Schendel Avenue and 167th Avenue. It enables walkers, runners and bicyclists on the north-south trail to cross SW Walker Road safely and efciently while having minimal impact on vehicular trafc. “We believe this signicantly improves the user’s experience on our Waterhouse Trail,” said THPRD General Manager Doug Menke. “Improvements like this

encourage more people to take advantage of our expanding trail system in the greater Beaverton area.” At the crossing, users push a button that turns the overhead trafc signal from green to yellow to red. Motorists stop briey to let the trail users cross, then continue after the signal turns green again. Primary funding for the mid-block crossing was provided by a $243,000 grant from the Oregon Department of Transportation’s Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Program. THPRD, which added $27,000, applied for the grant in 2010 with the support of Washington County. Design work began in summer 2011 and construction started in September 2012. Following a ve-month installation process, the facility opened to the public on Feb. 4.


Formed in 1955, THPRD is the largest special park district in Oregon, spanning about 50 square miles and serving more than 220,000 residents in the greater Beaverton area. The district provides year-round recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.

Offerings include thousands of widely diverse classes, 90 park sites with active recreational amenities, 60 miles of trails, eight swim centers, six recreation centers, and 1,400 acres of natural areas. For more information, visit www.thprd. org or call 503/645-6433.

Used for both recreation and bicycle commuting, the 5.5mile Waterhouse Trail is one of the district’s most popular trails. It connects residential neighborhoods, employment and commercial centers, schools, and THPRD facilities to bus and light-rail transit and to the regional trail network. An estimated 80,000 to 100,000 people use it each year. “We expect those numbers to increase now that this new crossing at Walker Road is open,” Menke said.

With its own trafc signal, the new mid-block crossing at Walker Road increases safety for users of the Waterhouse Trail. It opened to the public Feb. 4.

In conjunction with the mid-block crossing, THPRD realigned about 150 feet of the trail on the south side of Walker Road to improve accessibility for users. Funding was provided through the district’s system development charges.

BHS students raise money while honoring classmate By FOX 12 Staff


eaverton High School students raised money for a good cause while honoring a beloved classmate who courageously battled cancer. The school hosted its “Week of Wishes” starting Feb. 11 with various activities aimed at raising money for the Make-AWish Foundation. It concluded Friday with the school’s ninth-annual “Jam the Dam!” event. It happened in conjunction with Beaverton High School’s basketball game against Southridge, with free T-shirts for fans, a special halftime show, contests and a silent auction. The goal was to raise at least $15,000, enough for the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant three wishes. A past recipient of one of those wishes was Maddie Lauer. This year, the event was in her honor. Maddie was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of thyroid cancer the day before Thanksgiving of 2011. Doctors only gave her months, but she lived for almost a year. Just before she died in November 2012,

Maddie Lauer (third from right) was voted Beaverton High School homecoming queen just before her death in November 2012. her classmates voted the 14-year-old freshman homecoming queen. She became the first freshman in school history to receive that recognition. “My heart dropped, it was pretty amazing,” said Maddie’s mother, Andrea Lau-

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er, in an interview in November 2012. Maddie passed away after cancerous tumors spread to her lungs just a few weeks later. The girl with the soft heart and strong soul died surrounded by those who loved her the most.

That love was again on display in a big way at Beaverton High School in February. The gym was packed with people for the conclusion of the “Week of Wishes,” with everyone showing their support for Maddie’s memory, her family and for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. All donations made to the Make-AWish Foundation of Oregon that night were in honor of “Queen Maddie.” “Beaverton High School is a really special place,” said volunteer Kathryn Robinson. “It’s over 100 years old and what I love about this event is that you have generations of people with one thing in common who all come back for this really special night and this year it’s to honor Maddie,” she said. For more local stories, watch “The 10 O’clock News” every night on FOX 12 Oregon.

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Entertainment Beaverton Civic Theatre Presents

Suite Surrender

Local Art, Theater, Programs & Events Cover S t o ry Spring is in the Air

By Melissa Riley


Opens March 1st Palm Beach Royale Hotel Manger, Bernard S. Dunlap (Aaron Marrow) caught in the middle of a Diva feud between Athena Sinclair (Deborah Leinen) and Claudia McFadden (Donna Haub), with no help from his Bellhops, Francis (Scott Kelly) and Otis (Tony Smith).

Presented by the Beaverton Arts Commission and funded in part with a Community Participation Project Grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council. he Beaverton Civic Theatre’s fifth season begins with the comedy, “Suite Surrender” by Michael McKeever, opening Friday March 1. It's 1942, and two of Hollywood's biggest divas have descended upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel, with diva sized feud in tow. Everything General Information: seems to be in order for their war- 503-754-9866 time performance...that is, until they are somehow assigned to the Tickets are available at the door, same suite. Mistaken identities, by phone or thru our website: overblown egos, and double enten- $15/Adults dres round out this hilarious riot of $12/Seniors & Students a love note to the classic farces of $5/Youth (age 10 & under) the 30s and 40s. Performances in the Beaverton Presented by the Beaverton Arts City Library Auditorium (12375 Commission and funded in part SW 5th St), Fridays and Saturwith a Community Participation days at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. Project Grant from the Regional Free parking is available in Arts and Culture Council, “Suite the Library parking lot. Surrender” will run weekends beginning March 1 through March Suite Surrender opens on Fri16 in the Beaverton City Library day, March 1 and continues through Saturday, March 16. Auditorium. 


t has been almost a year now since I moved my photography business into a portrait studio in oldtown Beaverton. I feel very fortunate to have such a quaint house/ studio in which to photograph newborns and babies but there is also some fantastic outdoor areas where I can shoot children and families as well. The portrait on the cover was taken in a natural area near my studio. I like it a lot because it changes personality with the seasons throughout the year making it the perfect backdrop. It was about this time last year, with Spring in the air, that I took this portrait. The

grass had started to grow and the sun had come out for that day allowing me to get this beautiful shot. But the setting is just a small part of the equation. Getting the right expression from my young subjects are almost as difficult to control as the weather! So one simple trick I use to get smiles on the kiddos faces is to tell the parent to say something funny while pulling them in close. Depending on what the parent says, it's usually enough to get some genuine giggles and smiles. Can you tell I love this kind of "posed" portrait photography?  Dawn Goei is a Beaverton mom of 2 wonderful kids who have a few more photos taken of them perhaps they think is necessary. For more information, contact Dawn directly: Apple Blossom Photography is located at 12120 SW 1st Street.

BAC Art Grant Now Available By Elaine Orcutt


he Beaverton Arts Commission has added a grant program into its repertoire to help foster the arts in the Beaverton Community. Special thanks to the Beaverton Arts and Culture Foundation for providing this generous support. The application process is now open and closes on Monday, March 25th. Grants are open to individual artists, arts/cultural groups, Beaverton schools, and social service agencies, religious organizations, or private businesses if partnering with a not-for-profit arts or diverse cultural organization for a joint project. Applicants will be notified by the end of May. All funded activities must take place between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014. 

For questions about the grant guidelines or application, contact the BAC at: (503) 526-2299 or mailboxmayorartscommission@

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March Movie Releases


Movie Theater Listings



Cedar Hills Crossing 800-FANDANGO+984


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Progress Ridge 503-597-6900

Valley Cinema Pub

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21 and Over Jack the Giant Slayer

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3861 SW 117th Avenue Beaverton, Oregon 97005

The Last Exorcism Leviathan


Day of the Falcon Molly's Theory of Relativity Stoker The End of Love The Frankenstein Theory The Sweeney Welcome to Pine Hill

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The Incredible Burt Wonderstone From Up on Poppy Hill

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G.I. Joe: Retaliation

Ginger & Rosa If I Were You

The Host


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Family Weekend

The Call


Upside Down

The Place Beyond the Pines

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March 8

Dead Man Down Emperor Oz: The Great & Powerful ABC's of Death Adventures of Serial Buddies

Olympus Has Fallen The Croods Come Out & Play Dorfman in Love Gimme the Loot Hunky Dory In APPropriate Comedy

Somebody Up There Likes Me

Love and Honor

The Monk

Spring Breakers

The We and the I

The Sapphires

On the Road

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Local Art, Theater, Programs & Events

Meet the Artists Artist Spotlight

Celebrating our many wonderful local artists through listings, photos and spotlight stories.

Business Listings Gifts & Decor

Susan Huang

The Art of Paper Cutting

Eddie Greenly Fine Photography

Local Artists, Gifts & Classes 8134 Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Open Tu-Sa: 10am-5pm 503-816-3517

Joann Miller Raining Jewels 971-235-3197

Pixelpoint Artistry

Mireille Nett 503-679-1681

Fine art reproductions, digital print services, Photoshop expertise, artists workshops, digital camera classes. 503-887-1981

Artist Listings

By Lana Nelson

Rae Campbell Fused Glass Call 503-641-3320 to get your listing in this section.


Street Art by Yovany Contact me to see my paintings online or to commission work. 503-830-7894

By Gretha Lindwood

Polly Vanderzanden PJB Sparkles PJB


hen I was child, I was quite creative and crafty. I learned how make different designs with just a piece of paper and a good pair of scissors. Now, with many years of experinece, I enjoy my craft so much I'd like to share this little known artform with my community. At Gifts & Decor you can take a class and get started in this fascinating world of handmade paper silhouette cutting.

Art Exhibit: Explorations In Glass

Expression from the Heart! Abstract & emotional, my neograffiti style can inspire or sooth any home, office our outdoor setting. Commission work OK! 503-501-1904


rt On Broadway Gallery will host a reception for the exhibit “Explorations in Glass” featuring new works by fused glass artist Rae Campbell. The evening event is scheduled for Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and the public is invited to join in this free celebration of art. The show will continue through March 30, 2013. The gallery is located at 12570 SW Broadway Street in Beaverton. Campbell explains, “I’ve been referred to as “all about drama” and I guess that is true to an extent. I love the drama of the way glass is formed and

the process of glass becoming art. I’ve always loved black and white photos, and it can be seen in a lot of my work, as I like the contrast of black and white glass and the introduction of some color.” She continues, “15 years of exploring all the different techniques you can do with glass has made me realize I’ve barely scratched the surface.” 

Exhibit Dates: March 9 - March 30 Art On Broadway 12570 SW Broadway Street Beaverton, Oregon Hours: Tues-Sat - 11:00am-5:00pm For More Information: 503-601-3300

Tax Preparation & Filing Assistance

AARP Tax-Aide and CASH Oregon are providing FREE tax preparation and filing assistance. February 4—April 15, 2013 The city of Beaverton is continually looking for ways to improve the lives of our residents, including help with your taxes. The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), can provide low-income, working families up to a $5,751 tax refund. Unfortunately, about 25% of those eligible for the EITC fail to file for it, resulting in the loss of millions of dollars for Oregonians. Beaverton Resource Center 12500 SW Allen Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005

Hours: Walk-ins Only Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 11 AM - 7 PM Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM

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H.A.R.T. Theatre presents

By H.A.R.T. Staff

A Midsummer Night's Dream


illiam Shakespeare's classic tale "A Midsummer Night's Dream" has been anything but a dream for the HART Theatre troop in Hillsboro this Winter. It's late February and twenty-four actors, (not including understudies), and another ten or twelve production team members are almost half-way through a nine-week rehearsal process for this preformance which is turning out to be one of our best! The schedule, however, has been tough so far, (no) thanks to the current rash of flu and colds which hit the cast like dominoes. "That appears to be nearly over, and in the meantime", says the di-

rector, who was himself out for a week, "good people stepped up to keep things rolling". "Those people, and everyone else, are now part of the family", he says, "and this is how a community theatre thrives". This production has become even better because now everyone is more than happy to be here enjoying what they love to do. We invite you to come and celebrate A Midsummer Night's Dream with us. Come see and feel the energy that got us through the Winter months! 

Box Office Information: General Admission: $14 Seniors $12 | Students $10


March 29 – April 14, 2013

Show Times:

Fri-Sat 7:30pm, Sun. 2pm 185 SE Washington St., Hillsboro 503.693.7815

Wa s h i n g t o n County Visitors Association Events at

March 2013 Event Calendar

Pottery Barn Kids Story Time March 2, 10am

Read Across America Day

March 5, 11am Book Club Story Time March 12, 11am St. Patrick's Day Story Time March 19, 11am Book Club Story Time March 23, 10am Peter Rabbit Story Time Easter Bunny Photos March 8-30 Visit the Easter Bunny for Photos and a Free Gift ! Visions Of Spring Through March 30 Nordstrom Designer Collections Spring 2013 For more information on upcoming events visit:

Washington County

Public Affairs Forum March 4th Mayor Lou Ogden of Tualatin updating the Forum on progress in his city March 11th Don Mazziotti, Director, Community and Economic Development, speaking on the City of Beaverton's Economic Development Program and Sustainability March 18th (not confirmed) Andy Duyck, Chair, Washington County Board of Commissioners, speaking on a Day in the Life of Washington County March 25th Holly Cross, AAA of Oregon, speaking on Cruise Planning All forums are 10:30am @ The Old Spaghetti Factory (18925 NW Tanasbourne Drive) Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local… this is how we build a better Beaverton.

Washington County

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. Hubble Space Telescope: New Views of the Universe through May 31, 2013 Washington County Museum (Hillsboro Civic Center) Irish Music & Ceili Mor (Dance)

Mar 1: Winona Grange (Tualatin) Joe Powers & Special Guest: Hideki Yamaya March 1 : Walters Cultural Arts Center (Hillsboro) One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest March 1 - 10 : Theatre in the Grove (Forest Grove) Portland Opera To Go: The Magic Flute March 2 : Walters Cultural Arts Center (Hillsboro) How Sweet Was My Swamp Mar. 2-17: Mask & Mirrors (Tigard) The Merry Wives of Windsor March 7 - 24 : Bag&Baggage (Venetian Theatre / Hillsboro) Tualatin Valley Gem Show March 8 - 10 : Washington County Fair Complex (Hillsboro) Princess Tea Party Mar. 9: Jenkins Estate (Beaverton) Community Concerts off the Commons March 9: Tualatin Commons

Saketini Saturday Mar. 16 : SakéOne (Forest Grove) St. Patrick’s Day Celebration March 17 : McMenamins Grand Lodge (Forest Grove) Ladies Night Out: “Springtime Showcase” March 21: Al’s Garden Center (Sherwood) Great Northwest Music Tour: Cody BeeBe and The Crooks March 21 : Grand Lodge (Forest Grove) Barbershop Ballad Contest March 22 and 23: Forest Grove High School OMSI Star Party: Vernal Equinox Celebration March 23 : Stub Stewart State Park (Buxton) Sister Spirit’s Pagan Faire March 23 : Washington County Fair Complex (Hillsboro) Rang Farse: Holi Festival of Colors March 30 : Washington County Fair Complex (Hillsboro) Nature Days in the Park March 30 : Camille Park (Beaverton)

Oregon Guitar Quartet Mar 15 : Walters Cultural Arts Ctr St. Patrick’s Weekend Festival March 15 - 17 : Thirsty Lion Pub & Grill (Tigard)

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Cedar Hills Crossing this month! Fun Easter events

Easter Bunny!

Massage, Waxing & Facials

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Radio Disney Saturday, March 16, 1pm-2:30pm Join us for a Disney themed “Oz The Great and Powerful” event. Come dressed as your favorite Oz character! We’ll have music, games, trivia and lots of prizes!

Easter Bunny Arrives! Friday, March 22nd Visits with the Easter Bunny in his whimsical garden are FREE! Photo packages are available if you choose. For a list of Easter Bunny Visiting Hours/Dates, visit A

Located on the corner of Hocken & Jenkins Rd. Call 1-800-LA-Fitness or visit

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Friday, March 8, 12pm-5pm Did you know? Your single donation could save up to 3 lives! To schedule a donation appointment contact the Red Cross at 1-800-RedCross or go online to: www.redcrosssblood. org, sponsor code: CHCCrossing.


Sports Card Show Saturday, March 23, 10am-4pm Stop by and check out this popular Twin Oaks Sports Card Show, on display throughout the interior mall. Great selection, reasonable prices.

Kid’s Club Tuesday, March 26, 5:30pm-7pm Children 12 years of age and younger are always invited to join us! We have different activities each and every month!

Puzzlemania! Wed., March 27, 11am-7pm Puzzles and games for all ages and skill levels from toddlers to adults. Games feature geometric, jigsaw, disentanglement and traditional games! Presented by Super Science Company. Event held inside the mall. C



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Check out our website for details on our Easter events including an Easter Egg Hunt!

Easter Egg Hunt! When? Visit our website for all the details including date/ time, age group, etc.

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Visit these Stores INSIDE the mall! American Boot Co, 503-626-7419 AT&T 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 MLY Jewelry, 971-238-4659

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Patent Medicines, Sure Cures, And Snake Oils Medicine in the 18th & 19th Centuries

By Ann Koppy


nregulated and often deadly, patent medicines were often the first choice for home health care in the 18th and 19th centuries. These drug compounds-- seldom patented, but usually trademarked-- originated in England as proprietary medications granted “Patents of royal favor” by kings and queens. Colonists brought them to America in the early 18th century. Dr. Bateman’s Pectoral Drops—aniseed, camphor, and opium—were sold in Massachusetts by 1720 and said to cure rheumatism, influenza, and colds.

Published in Chico Weekly Record, 1897

By the 1850s manufacturing the products had become big business, driven by self-diagnosis and self-medication. Physicians’ fees were frequently unaffordable, prescribed medicines ineffective, and treatment painful. The medical profession called these over-thecounter remedies quackery—dangerous, ineffective, and laden with cocaine, morphine, or opium. Very profitable and widely- popular, they were readily available by mail order or in drugstores for almost every condition and age—adults, children, and infants. Glowing recommendations and secret ingredients promised therapeutic relief for scrofula (tuberculosis infection of lymph nodes in the neck), venereal disease, teething, colic, consumption (tuberculosis), colds, cancer, and indigestion. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound was the best-known elixir for women. It promised to “cure entirely the worst form of …all Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the Change of Life.” Pinkham (1819-1883) began to brew a concoction of herbs, roots and 18% alcohol to ease “female complaints” in her Massachusetts home in the 1860s.

Patent Medice, 1885 Advertisement

She encouraged customers to write to her with their medical concerns at a time when doctors and their female patients were uncomfortable discussing them. As the 19th century drew to a close, physicians and medical societies brought increased pressure to force manufacturers to disclose ingredients. The temperance movement, concerned with the high alcohol content, joined forces to prevent the use of liquor in medications. The alcohol content by volume percentage ranged from 13% in Allen’s Sarsaparilla to 45% in Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters. Not every patent medicine was pure quackery. A Missouri physician and a Pennsylvania company in the early 19th century formulated anti-fever pills containing quinine. Extracted from the cinchona tree, it treated malarial fever and inflammations. Another compound dating from the 1860s contained acetanilide, a precursor of acetomenaphine that reduced pain and fever.

Patent medicine bottles, 1890~1905

Snake oils were similar, but less deadly. It was a generic term for cure-alls sold at traveling medicine shows, usually in the Old West beginning in the 1860s. A pitchman, often calling himself a doctor, and his planted accomplice proclaimed the wonders of these miraculous, but bogus, liquids. Genuine snake

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oil was produced by a Chinese water snake and rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Its use originated with Chinese workers on the transcontinental railroad line as a traditional treatment for inflammation, aches, and pains from difficult manual labor. The phony treatments may have contained rattlesnakes or, more likely, a combination of camphor, red peppers, mineral oil, and food coloring that produced some relief. Eventually, the words became a generic phrase for any worthless, ineffective, and fake preparation or deceptive communication.

Baltimore American, April 11, 1904, p.5

It’s unclear whether Beaverton’s earliest stores sold patent medicines. If not, these “sure panaceas for every ailment under the sun”1 were widely available in Portland and Salem. The federal government stepped in to regulate these products with their imaginative names and outrageous claims by passing the Pure Food and Drug Act in 1906. The law, which was vehemently opposed by a trade group known as the Proprietary Association, banned the sale of adulterated or mislabeled food and drug products. It also required that active components be listed on packaging. Furthermore, drugs would have to meet specific purity levels. It was among the first consumer protection rulings in the country. 

Mar. 2013 Newsletter

Beaverton Historical Society presents

Newberg: Oregon's Hooverville Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 7:00 PM

Admission FREE (Donations Welcome!)


he Hoover-Minthorn House in Newberg, Oregon, was home to Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States, from 1885-1889. It is now preserved as a memorial to him and to the lifestyle of the Quaker community which shaped his boyhood experience. It has been fully restored to its original condition c. 1881, and contains many of its original furnishings, as well as memorabilia of the period and items belonging to President Hoover. About the Speakers Sarah Munro is the new director at the Hoover-Minthorn House Museum in Newberg, Oregon. The museum is owned and operated by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America in Oregon. Sarah has been active with the Friends of Timberline for many years and wrote a history of the lodge, Timberline Lodge: The History, Art and Craft of an American Icon (2009). Kyle Jansson has published articles on President Hoover’s years in Salem. A former director of the Marion county Historical Society, he organized the Hoover for President Campaign in 2000.  For more information: The Hoover-Minthorn House 503-538-6629 |

General Information Monthly presentations are held every 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Beaverton History Center: 12412 SW Broadway St

Beaverton History Center Featured Exhibit • How We Communicate: vintage postcards, magazines, radios and more!

(Suggested $2 donation)

Questions? 503-430-0106

1 Chicago Herald, December 1884

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Beaverton Shopping Guide A






Hall Street Center


114th Ave

Hall Street Grill

Kuni Collision Center

Arts & Communication Magnet Academy (ACMA)

Center St

Lombard Ave

Beaver Creek Village Shopping Center

122th Ave

Chamber of Commerce

117th Ave



123th Ave



124th Ave

New Seasons

125th Ave

See Cedar Hills Crossing Map, Page 8

Hometown Buffet Beaverton Signs

Beaverton Education Foundation

Bricks & MiniFigs


First United Methodist Church

7th St

BiZee Bird Store

Village Home School

10th St


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City Hall & Police Dept


Hispanic Resource Center


Tucker Ave

5th St 6th St

Beaverton Family Chiropractic

7th St

8th St

5 9th St

Beaverton Lodge

Creekside Village

Sun Connection Travel & Cruises

Apple Blossom Photography



Cady Ln

d t

9th S

See Bvtn Hillsdale Hwy Map, Page 16

Noodles & Company

Book Corner

Hall Blv



A Hall Street Center Beaverton Law Group Pacific Medical Group Fanno Creek Healing Arts

7th St

8th S

Heitzman Body & Paint

Blessings Heaven

Beaverton City Library

Fred Meyer

Einstein Bros Bagels

n St

6th St

Trader Joe’s


Farmers Market

Singing River Natural Medicine

Hazel St

Living To 100” Workshop Monday, March 18th at 6:00PM Taught by Daniel Miller, DC and sponsored by Beaverton Family Chiropractic. Call: 503-644-8844

Ava Roasteria

Emerald City Smoothies

Bvtn Hillsdale Hwy

Cedar House Media Pacific Beaverton Continental Post Office Dr. Charles McBride

Alpine Property Management

Living Wisdom School

Goodness Coffee

Irina Moga, DDS Denture Clinique

5th St

Fringe Salon



yon Can

Canyon Square


4th St


Deta Beaverton y’s Start Bakery Shirle Fresh ’s Ringo Thai Starkstreet High 5 Lawn & Garden

Mattress Outlet Camelia’s Candles Honey Toast A Cafe Bvtn Healing Ctr

Bvtn Florists Peonies & Possibilities

d St

Beaverton Swim Center


Beaverton Town Square

Lombard Ave

2nd St

Tech House

Quilter’s Corner Store

Washing to

FREE Qi Gong classes Tuesdays, 7pm, Mar 5 - Apr. 23 Free class 3/5 and 3/12; 6 week series-1000 Hands Buddha Qi Gong: $60/series or $12 drop in. RSVP: or 503-372-6463.

Bvtn Dental Arts

Angel S

6th St

Decarli Pedro’s Upholstery

Beaverton History Center

Betts Ave

Stott Ave

Erickson Ave

St Patrick's Day Book Sale March 19 -23, Tu-Sa: 10a-4p @Book Corner (503-643-5188) Starting a Trauma Recovery group @ Youth & Family Therapy 503-643-0892

Sunset Computer

Dairy Queen

Me Too Beauty Bar


AP Kitchen & A&P Appliance

Chiropractic First Bvtn Natural Medicine Dr. Jae Park, MD 3r


Beaverton Pharmacy

Canyon Rd St

1st St

2nd St


Haven Spa, Pool, Hearth

Franklin Ave

Beaverton High School

TVR&R Station 67


Tokyo Beauty Salon

Tucker Ave


Farmington Rd

La Fogata Mexican Restaurant

La Hacienda Real Mexican Restaurant

Motel 6

Tom’s Pancake House

Tuala Valley tin Hwy 3

SW W atson

Alexia’s Window Tinting

Black Bear Diner

Canyon Place Shopping Center

24 Hour Fitness

Millikan Way

Watson Ave

Comfort Inn

The Round


Budget Hotel

Things from Another World

Latino Food & Imports Beaverton Seafood Market

Main St


Cedar Hills Blvd

Hocken Ave

scent Ave Cre

Elsie Stuhr Center




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Downtown Directory Announcements

and place in the customer comment box. This offer is year round!


Mediation Assistance! The Dispute Resolution Center helps neighbors, landlords, tenants, HOA members, businesses, seniors and others resolve their differences. Call us, we're here to help:


Dairy Queen Beaverton Burgers, hot dogs, chicken, salads, shakes, cakes and more. So good its RiDQulous 503-644-3469 B3

Directory Building community one conversation at a time

Body & Beauty



the Salon

We are a Goldwell

Alliance Salon located at 4680 SW Hall Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005 503-644-0510 c3

through historic photos, artifacts, exhibits and more! Open Tu/Th from noon to 4pm. C3

New Business Spotlight Honey Toast Cafe Tracy Hong is the proud new owner of Honey Toast Café. Honey toast is an authentic desert from Asia popular in Taiwan. Honey toast is a blend of sweet toast, ice cream and fresh fruit arranged to please the eye as well as the pallet. The Honey toast Café also serves authentic street foods from Taiwan. This unique Café is the only one featuring this delicious food in the Northwest, and is the only place to get Honey Toast desserts in Oregon. Honey Toast, Panini, Bubble Tea, illy Coffee and more. Come see us today!

Automotive Alexia's Window Tinting

Signs & Banners Too! 503-671-9615 B2

Ava Roasteria

Me Too Beauty Salon

Free Hair Care Fridays! Natural hair care, all textures. 503-997-5557 d2

illy coffee & more!! Open Tuesday-Sunday 503-683-1881 c3

Cakes, Food, Drinks & Catering. Open 24 Hours. 503-641-7470 C4

12375 SW 5th St, Hours: Sunday 1pm - 5pm Monday - Thursday: 10am - 9pm Friday: 10am - 6pm Saturday: 10am - 5pm c4 (503) 644-2197

(See ad in auto section)

Eco-Biz certified, Family owned 11800 SW Bvtn.-Hillsdale Hwy 503.646.5181 D3

Line 5


(See ad in Food section)

Support Your Library by donating to the Beaverton Library Foundation online @

that changes weekly featuring fresh seasonal ingredients from the Northwest. 503-641-3223 c3 (See ad in Food section)

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Beaverton City Library

outshine your neighbor’s car! $5 Loaner Cars Avail (BMWs!) 503 641-3285 C3

2 Find usLine on facebook Canyon Place Shopping Ctr. Line 3 3905 SW 117th Ave, Suite G Line 4 503-626-8148 D2

(See ad in Food section)

Darn Good Coffee

Cakes for All Occasions

Enjoy your car interior AND

1 Seafood Live ShellfishLine / Seasonal

Italian inspired with a menu

Proudly celebrating 75 years!

Honey Toasts, Bubble Tea,

Food & Drink

Arts & Culture

Learn About our City’s Past

Assistance League of Portland ® Receives 2012 City of Beaverton Human Rights Award

Cu stomized Learning

in a choice-based environment. Small classes, all subjects, PreK - High School. 503-597-9100 C4

Beaverton Seafood Market

Petit Fours, cookies, bread, cinema, catering trays & more! 503-646-7136 c3

& Incredible Food Beaverton Town Square We cater and deliver! 503-643-2334 D3

Emerald City Smoothie, 503-372-5676 D3

Business Spotlight: Tokyo Beauty


okyo Beauty is a salon located right in the heart of Downtown and owned by long time Beaverton resident, Minh Le. The salon features a full range of skin care and cosmetic services including complete facials, make-up, manicures & pedicures, as well as full body waxing. Tokyo Beauty combines the most up-to-date skin care technology with time-honored secrets from the Orient. A native of Viet Nam, Minh Le spent six years as an Adrien Arpel make-up artist and esthetician after her arrival in Oregon. Her salon reflects her knowledge of natural skin care and offers a personal touch. She carries a full line of natural, herbal skin care products from Japan and features GREEN PEEL® Herbal Peeling Treatment, a natural, pure-plant ingredient based method that will make you feel like you have beautiful new skin in only 5 days! 

Banking Services

Community Partner Spotlight Beaverton Dairy Queen The Downtown Beaverton Dairy Queen donates a portion of all cake sales sold at regular price to both the Highland Park Band and the Beaverton High School Bands & Ensembles. Customers simply need to stamp their receipt with the school of their choice

The Right Bank

for your business. Call one of our client service specialists TODAY! 503-350-1205 c3

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

Preschool- Grade 7

Where Academics & Compassion Meet 503-671-9112 C4 Volume 3–Issue 3 (March 2013) | Beaverton Resource Guide –


Downt ow n D ire c to ry Fanno Creek Healing Arts, LLP

Goodness Coffee House

A Family Cafe w/ a Healthy menu. Gluten free welcome. 503 616 3020 B4 Hall Street Grill 503-641-6161 B1

Featuring our Cheesburgers

& beer garden. All lottery games. Happy Hour M-F: 4-7. 503-644-7847 E3

Hall St. Station · 4530 SW Hall Chiropractic · Acupuncture Naturopathy · Massage 503-644-6555

The Elsie Stuhr Center

is designed for adults 55 years and better. Classes, trips events, fitness center, lunch and friends 503-629-6342 c5

(See ad in Food section)

Centered on you so you can

Sun Connections

Splendid Thai Taste...

Mexican Restaurant & Cantina

Fresh ingredients, expert preparations and prompt curteous service! 503-526-8808 D2 (See ad in Food section)

has come to you! FREE delivery. Weekday lunch specials. 503-596-2153 c3

Travel & Cruises, LLC **Layaway Plans Available**. 503-655-4850 d3


General Services


Welcoming new patients! Preventative & cosmetic, Emergency care 503-644-3312


Your Full Service Sign Company!

The Best in Mexican food,

gifts and more! Located next to La Fogata Restaurant. 3905 SW 117th Ave # D (503) 626-7765 D2 3899 SW Hall Blvd 503-746-7413 C1

Noodles, Salads & Sandwiches

from around the world. All for around $8! 503-350-0591 E3 (See ad in Food section)


30 varieties of pancakes & waffles. Beaverton’s Favorite Restaurant! 503-646-2688 B3

Antiques & Modern

repair, custom built, pillows, foam replacements & more. 12655 SW First Street 503-641-2022 C3

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Office of Dr. Means

Naturopathic physician, Acupuncturist, Nutritional suppliments & massage 503-641-6400 b4


& Realty Group

Full Service Residential Property Management & Sales 503-641-4620 c4 (See ad in Senior section)

Dr. Carolle Chapman

Naturopathic Physician, Energy Healer. Life should be joyful. Beaverton Healing Center. 503-277-2460 c3

Dr. Dan Miller

Visit our Maximized Living clinic! 5075 SW Griffith Dr, Suite 120 503-644-8844 E5

Your Local Business Partner

Professional printing, graphics, photography, web design, marketing and advertising. Home of the Beaverton Resource Guide! C3 503-641-3320

Natural Medicine

Beaverton Dental Arts

discount parts, in-shop repair, microwaves ok. 503-644-0382 c3


Denture Clinique Michael Moga, LD

All major brands serviced

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

center on life! Auto, sports, children’s injuries; neck/back pain, headaches and more! 503-430-7371 b4

Full and partial dentures Open 7 days a week by appointment! 503-643-6213 b4

Appliance Parts M-F Lunch Specials, $5.95

Blissful Massage

with Marilyn Froude, LMT Call for Holiday Specials! Beaverton Healing Center 503-277-2460 c3

(See ad in Senior section)

Dr. McBride’s Office Optometrists

Examining eyes in Beaverton since the dinosaurs roamed. Corner of 1st and Hall (503) 644-3614 C3

Beaverton Natural Medicine

& Wellness Center: Your Neighborhood Health Care Center! Massage Therapy, Naturopathic Medicine, Nutrition counseling 503-643-0892 b3

Prescription delivery, drive-up

window, fine giftware, mobility- DME sales/rentals medicare accredited 503-644-2101 c3

Retirement Residence

Hit the road with us because we never stand still for too long! 503-646-0635 b5

Senior Living Community We make it easy to feel right at home. 503-643-9735 B5

Pet Care Dr Irina Moga, DDS

For your Smile, For your health, For you! 503-646-5909 b4

Family Practice

Spanish, Hindi & Punjabi speaking providers available. Mon-Sat Extended Hours 503-644-1171 C3

The place for all your bird needs.

Exotic birds, healthy foods, toys, boarding & advice. Great prices! 503-644-9515 c4

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Chiropractic Massage Weight Loss

Advert is e w ith U s ! Cal l 5 0 3 - 6 4 1 - 3 3 2 0 . Professional Services


Outdoor Power Equipment


Personal Injury, Criminal Law

DUII, Immigration, Wills/Trusts Probate, Family/Business Law 503-644-2146 c3

Farmers Market Products

& beyond! Gift Baskets, unique kitchen items & cooking suggestions too. 503-644-0382 c3

“Feelings Delivered Daily”

Mediation 503-893-4417

Confidential Options For Resolving Disputes Voluntary & Court-Ordered

Flowers for every occasion, plants, cards, gifts & more! 503-644-0129 c4

Specialists Sales • Service • Parts 503-626-9193 c3

All PC brands repaired. New laptops and desktops. 503-866-3747 b3

Vintage & Unexpected Treasures

Featuring: Vintage furniture & accessories, books, gardening and design services. Call Peonies @ 503-992-6747 c4

Quilter's Corner Store

Catholic Book Store & Gift Shop

Rosaries, statues, crucifixes, DVDs and more. 503-644-1814 c4

Fabric, Kits, Gifts & More 503-819-0214 Tues - Sat


Computers & Consoles

Games & Accessories Repair & Unlock iPhone 503-443-0786 c3

Things From Another World

Independent Insurance Agent Big and Small, We Write it All. Business Ins., Worker's Comp., Home, Auto, Health/Life. 503-644-9945

503-626-5761 See Map Page 10, B3

Service & Sales

Chiropractic First, llc

We do Birthday Parties! 503-644-5701 d2

Comics • Toys • Collectibles 4390 Sw Lloyd Ave. • 503.643.4222 Find Us Online at: www.Tfaw.Com b2

Jae Park, M.D. • Painless Joint Injections • Geriatric Medicine • Internal Medicine • Cryotherapy


The Book Corner

Confused about that new

Galaxy Note, iPhone or iPad? Media Mentor can help, $10/hr! 503-403-9157

All natural candlewax

Recycle old candles and get credit towards a new one. Open F-Sat 10-6 or by appt. 503-318-9648 c3

For gently used books at affordable prices w/ proceeds donated to the Beaverton library. 503-643-5188 C4

Sports & Activities

Religious & Spiritual

Open Minds, Open Hearts

Open Doors. Beaverton First United Methodist Church. Sunday Worship: 10:30am 503-646-7107 C4

Hot Tubs, Stoves, Fireplaces

Pools, Free Water Analysis Service & Installation 503-649-2201 C3

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

Beaverton Swim Center

Aquatic fitness programs Lessons for all levels 503-629-6312 b4 Volume 3–Issue 3 (March 2013) | Beaverton Resource Guide –


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SW SW Murray Murray Blvd Blvd

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Scholls Ferry Directory A: Parkside A: Parkside



Murray & Allen Area 1

10 - 13


15 14


17 16

SW Allen Blvd 17

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4 6



Murray Crossing

5 7



Hyland Hills

14 13 12

9 10

11 12

13 14



15 16


17 2

1 RiteAid, Celebrating 50 Years! 503-643-2724 2 Canyon Pet Hospital B: Murray & Allen

B: Murray & Allen

1 CPA 2 State Farm Insurance Mutual Funds & Bank With discounts up to 40% 855-733-7333 3 Willamette Dental 4 Smile Dental 5 When you Knead it 6 Int. Med. Consultants 7 A New Vision 8 Epoch Financial 9 Soleyon 10 Investment 11 Attorney 12 Cardona Chiropractic 13 Focus on Travel 14 Food Market 15 Nail Salon 16 Richard Krokum, DDS 17 Vida Chiropractic C: Murray Crossing

C: Murray Crossing 1 Shari's Cafe & Pies Open 24/7/365! 503-643-3792

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13

Teriaki Max Muscle UPS Store Papa Murphy's Coffee Shop Great Clips Pet Clinic Dog Wash Service Rose Food Market Richard's Bar Lounge Health Source


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13



Authentic Jalisco Style

Mexican Cuisine. $5 Lunch Specials in 5 min or it's FREE! 503-746-5980 14 15 16 17

Cleaners Nail Salon Smart Lab McMenamin's D: Hyland Hills

D: Hyland Hills 1 Safeway 503-672-8180 2 Perfect Look 3 Cricket 4 Coin Laundry 5 Liquor Store

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See Southwest Map, Page 20

A:A:Murray & Davies Murray & Davies

Big Red's Western Cafe Parkside Cleaners Thai Flavors Avalon Hair Salon River City Fly Shop Richard's Bar Lounge Bungalow Bread Back in Motion B: Pacific Place

C: North Dakota

1 Key Bank, 503-579-0688 2 Sorrento Animal Hospital 3 Rain Dance Properties

4 4 Tres Jolie Nails & Spa

B: Pacific Place

18 16


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

# NW Staffing Resources (see advertisement) C: North Dakota

16 17 18

Honeycut Salon Pet Service Eubanks Dental Breeze Cafe Cleaners Ikenohana Dotti's Bar Lounge Taco Bell $.99 Loaded Grillers 503-526-0935 Companion Pet Clinic of Beaverton 503-641-9151 HR Block 1-800-472-5625 Subway Chinese Restaurant Bank of America 503-641-8976

19 Chevron Power of Human energy 503-646-9164

Advertise with us!

Listings Here Start at only $9/month! Call Today! 503-641-3320

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 #

7-Eleven, 503-626-2591 Marketing Services H&R Block Jerusalem Market Red Curry Restaurant Forever Young Medical Spa Sandwich Shop Portland Running Co. Naturopathic Medicine Hair Salon Teplick Jazzercise Domino's Pizza State Farm Insurance With discounts up to 40% 855-733-7333 # Pacific Dentist

Très Jolie Nails & Spa 971-245-5066 5 Starbucks 503-579-2333 6 Pasta Pronto 7 US Bank 8 Smile Dental 9 PreSchool/Daycare 10 Providence Ugent Care 11 The Meadows Group 12 Oil Can Henry's 13 Tigard SUV Auto Repair

New Business Spotlight

New Children’s Consignment Shop Opens in Beaverton


f you’re like most parents, your child’s closet is full of high-water pants, and too-short shirts that expose cute, little bellies. You’re also tired of spending top dollar so your kids can have the latest fashions. The solution to these problems is Too Cute, a new consignment store on the corner of Scholls Ferry Rd and Nimbus Ave. Too Cute offers boutique shopping at consignment prices. Opened by an experienced mom, she created a store where you’ll love to shop and your kids will love to play. It features a playroom to keep the little ones occupied while you consign your gently used items or browse the racks for a super deal. You’ll find great brands like Abercrombie, Gymboree, Juicy Couture, Gap and more. Clothing sizes range from 0-14. You’ll also find unique, handmade items from local artisans. 

Too Cute features: Clothes (sizes 0-14), Shoes, Toys, Gear, Strollers, High Chairs, Games, Books, Videos, and more! For more information 503-914-1047

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Scholls Ferry Shopping Guide

D: Greenway Town Ctr.

Classic & New Video Games BUY-Sell-Trade-Repair Greenway Shopping Center 503-372-6817

6 7 8 9 10

Cold Stone Creamery Baja Fresh Boardwalk Burgers Little Caesar's Pizza McMenamin's 503-590-1865 Dotti's Bar Lounge Snap Fitness Nails Dollar Store RiteAid, Celebrating 50 Years! 503-643-2724

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 #

Miller Paint Bellagio's Pizza Nail Salon Big Town Hero Cartridge World Too Cute (See Listing) Gentle Dental Cleaners Shiraz Billings Dance Dance 503-670-7008 (See Ad Page 5) # Lab 10 Optical 503-548-8287

E: Nimbus Center

Professional printing, graphics, photography, web design, marketing and advertising. Home of the Beaverton Resource Guide! 503-641-3320

Your Personal Printer

Children’s Consignment


Clothes, Toys, Gear & More! Now taking Spring/Summer consignments. 503-914-1047 1

with us!

Listings Here Start at only $9/month!

Burger King BK Crown Cards Avail. 503-639-4853

Call Today! 503-641-3320

= See Listing for more information


Pacific Place


4 5 2 3

10 11 8


See Southwest Map, Page 20


2 3 4 5 6

N. Dakota Area



SW SW Scholls Scholls Ferry Ferry Rd Rd

15 10


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8



25 24


19 18 20 17


21 16 22 15 14 12 13

SW SW Scholls Scholls Ferry Ferry Rd Rd 2


10 11 12

To Hwy 217

Greenway Town Center SW 121st Ave

SW N. Dakota St


# = Upstairs Offices


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 7 8


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

1 3


4 5

Nimbus Center

# = Scholls Business Center

1 2 3 4 5

11 Lamb's Thriftway 503-590-7048 12 Greenway Pet Clinic 13 Vacant 14 Home Instead 15 Hair Salon 16 Game Haven (See Listing) (see advertisement) 17 Edward Jones 18 The Barbers 19 Subway 20 Berry Farm Yogurt (coming soon) 21 Chinese Kitchen 22 Moonstar Dance Studio 23 Carl's Jr / Green Burrito 503-579-8250 24 Scotty's Bar & Lounge 25 7-Eleven 26 Drive Thru Coffee

SW SW Nimbus Nimbus Rd Rd

14 Car Wash 15 McDonald’s 503-590-6497 D: Greenway TownCtr

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AM Kennedy Park



Directory Ellen Burson, CPA

Business & Indiv. Tax Prep. Trust & Estate Tax Returns #470 Park Plaza West 503-626-1453 S2

McMillian Park

Designers for Hair

See Ad in Food Section, pg.24

Village Inn Restaurant

Local Artists, Gifts & Classes 8134 Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Open Tu-Sa: 10am-5pm 503-816-3517 S5 503-644-8848 S2

Join Us for Easter Brunch!

Offering take out, pizza, catering, lunch buffet & fine dining. 503-292-0119 S5

Portland Fruit West Local Produce at a fair price 503-574-3000 N2

Scandia Imports 503-643-2424 S3 N4

Women's Consignment Resale

Designers you know, fashion you love! 503-292-6897 S5

Time for Spring Projects? 503-469-4242 N1

Ernesto’s Italian Restaurant

Valley Plaza

Gifts & Decor Sisters N Style

SW Apple Way

N1 Arco N1 Autohaus Bayern N1 Chuck E. Cheese

See Ad in Food Section, pg.24 503-643-8269 N2

Jesuit High School

FREE Directory

Your west side full service salon 503-292-0292 N4

Azteca Mexican Restaurant

Catwalk Hair Studio

Chase Bank US Bank

SW Laurelwood Ave


See Downtown Map, Page 10

SW 91st Ave

Ellen Burson, CPA

Scandia Imports

Precision Designers Compounds for Hair

SW Jamieson Ave


SW Western Ave

Village Inn

SW 96th Ave

Portland Fruit West

SW 99th Ave

SW 103rd Ave

SW 107th Ave

SW 109th Ave

SW 110th Ave


SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy



SW White Pine Ln




S1 Beaverton Family Dentisty S1 Beaverton Vision World S1 Jiffy Lube N2 N2 N2 N2 N2

Gallery Furniture Hawaiian Time Restaurant Parker Furniture Pizzicato Urban Floors

S2 S2 S2 S2 S2 S2 S2 S2 S2 S2

Bed Mart BiMart Consigned Home Furnishings Furniture Connexion Kaiser Permanente KFC/A&W Northwest Fencing Center Round Table Pizza Sunset Bingo Uwajimaya

N3 N3 N3 N3 N3 N3 N3

All American Eyeglass Repair Computer Renaissance Jini Hair Salon McCormick's Fish House & Bar Portland Music Co. Signature Shoes Smith & Bevill Jewlers

S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3

Accent on Cat's Clinic America's Mattress Craig's Rare Coins Ito's Karate/Acupuncture Mirella's Sewing & Alterations Togo's, Great Sandwiches S4

N4 N4 N4 N4 N4 N4 N4 N4 N4 N4 N4

Access Health Ctrs Chiropractic Adorn Body Art Carl's Jr. Charlotte's Weddings & More! McDonald's Laurelwood Animal Hospital Making Life Easier, Hm Care Svcs Music Village OR Veterinary Specialty Hospital Pier 1 Imports Shell Gas Station

S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4

Discover Chiropractic Jack in the Box Jesuit High School Kids Campus Northern Light & Garden Pizza Schmizza Play It Again Sports Scott Director's Furniture Starbucks Valley Cinema & Pub Winterhawks Skating Center

N5 N5 N5 N5 N5 N5 N5

Bellezza Salon Chase Bank (coming soon) Farber Swim School Miller Paint SoccerPlex The Human Bean US Bank

S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5 S5

AAA Edward Jones Fidelity National Title McBride Vision Clinic RDFT Results Driven Fitness Raleigh Park Dental Care Remax Equity Group World of Wet Pets Shell Gas Station

Advertise with us! Listings Here Start at only $9/month! Call Today! 503-641-3320

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B e ave rto n Fa rm e r ' s M a rke t

March Recipe

Vendor Spotlight: C'est Si Bon Honest French Crepes

By Ginger Rapport

Message from the Market Master

Cabbage - A Super Veggie! don’t need to tell you that produce is limited this time of year. Having said that, there is one vegetable that is abundantly available right now and that is cabbage. Cabbage, like all of its cruciferous relatives, are known as Super Veggies. They have it all vitamins, fiber, and disease-fighting phytochemicals. I love coleslaw so that is a no brainer. Cabbage is delicious shredded and sautéed, added to soups and stews, or stuffed and steamed. I’m not sure why, but I never really thought to roast it until I saw a Martha Stewart recipe on Pinterest that called for roasting thick slices at a high temperature.


The recipe called for cutting the cabbage into 1” thick slices. I cut mine just a little thinner, more like ¾”. You then brush them with olive oil, season with salt and pepper, and if you like, sprinkle with caraway or fennel seed. Roast them at 400 degrees (in an electric oven, 450 in a gas oven) until cabbage is tender and edges are golden. I roasted mine for a shorter time because I wanted to keep it a little crunchy. Combining this with another idea from Martha Stewart, I squeezed fresh lemon over the cooked cabbage which gave it a bright fresh taste. It was so delicious and so simple. I don’t know why I never did this before. You definitely want to give it a try. 


wner of C’est Si Bon, Gabrielle Esbeck, recently returned from France where she travels annually to see her family. Growing up in Bordeaux, Gabrielle learned at an early age the importance of eating local, fresh, and seasonal foods. When moving to Portland, she and her husband, John immediately fell in love with the Portland area Farmer’s Markets and decided to embark on a culinary venture. Four years ago they started C’est Si Bon, an on-site sweet and savory creperie that focuses on healthy, clean and sustainable food. They are regular vendors at that the Beaverton Farmer’s Market and love connecting with the customers. They feel that markets such as these are what make Portland so wonderful. As a young student in Southern California, Gabrielle originally arrived in the United States in her early 20’s. It was there where she met here husband John, and they have since traveled the world, exploring food in over 20 different countries. In Thailand they they fell in love with street food and learned to cook from the locals. This was the inspiration for their creperie, their French version of “street food”. Gabrielle understands the importance of “terroir”, the combination of climate, soil, and environmental factors that give ingredients their distant character. She uses local product from market vendors and often buys directly from farms such as Gathering Together and Winters Farm. They use flour from two nearby resources, Bob’s Red Mill and Shepherd’s Grain, and are experimenting with a gluten-free crepe that can soon be found on the menu. Gabrielle says, “The way I cook for my customers is the same way I cook for my family - with

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fresh, seasonal, and local organic ingredients.” During the height of the season, Gabrielle and John work daily at the markets around town, allowing them to regularly buy fresh products from other vendors. After their recent trip to France, Gabrielle was newly inspired by the duck farm on which she and her husband worked. They were taught about the ancestral practices and techniques of duck farming. They visited local farmers markets, chef friends and enjoyed being reminded of the practices of French farmers and chefs alike. You may soon see smoked duck breast on the menu at C’est Si Bon! Gabrielle encourages others to try cooking crepes at home and offers a few good tips for trying this on your own. She emphasizes the importance of using good ingredients and a well “seasoned” pan at a very high temperature. She says it’s a fun activity to do with your kids, and flipping your crepe in the air is something not to be afraid of! Gabrielle suggests exploring different recipes and ingredients, and recommends not letting your crepe get too doughy or too crispy. Some of Gabrielle’s favorite crepe fillings include creamed organic spinach with cheese and a little bit of crispy bacon. For a sweet edition, she loves to use lemon curd with fresh seasonal berries. Gabrielle has worked a variety of jobs from teaching French to television production, but always returns back to her passion of cooking good food. She attends the Beaverton Farmer’s Market regularly, rain or shine, and feels as though she is part of the “family”.

Shepherd's Pie

A.K.A. Cottage Pie

By Greg Mattie


he term ‘Cottage Pie’ dates back to 1791 when potatoes grew in popularity. It was an affordable dish to prepare among the poor. It is basically a dish containing a meat mixture (beef, lamb, mutton). Meat pies have been around since the Middle Ages. The term ‘Shepherd’s Pie’ did not appear until 1877 and is synonymous with the use of lamb.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day and enjoy with a pint of Guinness!



Meat Mixture

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees

• 1-1½ lb. Ground Meat* (I used ½# lamb and ¾# veal) • 3 slices diced hickory smoked bacon • ½ cup green peas • ½ cup diced carrots • ½ cup diced red onion • Salt & Pepper to taste • 1 Tbsp. olive oil

Mashed Potatoes • • • •

4-6 Yukon Gold potatoes ½ cup cream 2 Tbsp. butter Salt/Pepper to taste

Topping • ½ cup sharp cheddar cheese • ¼ cup chopped chives




1. Cut the potatoes and boil to prepare mashed potatoes. When complete, mash the potatoes with the cream, butter, salt and pepper. 2. In a saucepan, heat the olive oil on medium heat and brown the bacon, onion and carrots until the bacon is translucent (5 min). Drain excess grease and add the meat and peas. Add the Salt/Pepper and garlic and continue to brown until all pink is gone (8-10 min). 3. In an oven safe dish, pour the meat mixture into the dish and spread evenly. Top the mixture with the mashed potatoes and spread evenly as well. Sprinkle the cheese and chives atop the potatoes. Bake in the oven for 10 to13 minutes until cheese is melted.

Photo By Greg Mattie



History varies regarding the origin of this dish. It may have originated in Scotland or in Northern England. Now I know that this dish may not have originated in Ireland but it is a popular addition in Irish kitchens. It is versatile and easy to prepare. 


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Greg Mattie

As a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu program in Culinary Studies, I enjoy coming up with tasty recipes for my wife and two kids. The simplest recipes can be the best tasting when you put your heart into it. As a guest contributor, I’m looking forward to sharing some of my favorite creations with you.

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Mar. 2013 Newsletter are Hardw PA n Ace a r, C b te r n u • Sub tin Hu • Mar

C: Aloha Market Center

• Les Schwab Tire Center

• Jan’s Paperbacks

Edward Jones • Ken Rigert, CPA • Mike Sahagian, Attorney • Monroe Orthodontics • Song Bird Healing Arts • Thompson Family Dental •

International School of Beaverton

• Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals

175th Ave

Nevills Family Dentistry • Sequoia Mental Health Services •

March 14: Daryl Welch will be speaking about Creating A Positioning Statement.

Membership Tier 1 Membership is $60/year. Tier 2 Membership is $480/year (Includes a logo ad in the newsletter and name bolded on map).

Aloha High School

A: Farmington Village

• Agape Community Insurance Agency • Albertson’s • Bi-Mart • Coffee Brake Cafe • Gold Eagle Classics • Tapatio Mexican Restaurant • US Bank




See Downtown Map, Page 10

Mountain View Middle School

Rosa Rd

B: Farmington Center on gt



rm Fa

179th Ave

Note: hours due to expand this year so check website for latest information:

Cedar House Media Visit our Members Cedar West Plaza 7 Hills Properties Community Newspaper ABC OptometricPC Cooper Mtn. Pres. Fellowship A Cut Above Pawn Costco Affordable Web Technology Cruise In County Diner Aloha Animal Medical Center Davis Lock & Safe Aloha Community Library Assoc. Edwards Center Aloha High School Electronics Unlimited Ataraxia Wellness Concern, LLC Embracing Health 4 Life ATB Auto Exclusively Maureen Banner Bank - Murray Scholls Farmington Gardens Beaverton Education Foundation Farmington Road Chiropractic Beaverton Towing, LLC 18 – Beaverton Resource Guide | Volume 3–Issue 3 (March 2013)


• Farmington Road Chiropractic

Community Library Info: 17683 SW Farmington Rd 503-746-6918 Hours of Operation: Wednesdays 10am - 4pm Thursdays 4pm – 8pm Saturdays 10am - 3pm

Florence St

• From My Bed to Yours


185th Ave

198th Ave

May 9: Paul Spindel presents "The Triple Bottom Line - Planet, People, Profit".


• Springer & Son Funeral Hone

Upcoming Presentations:

April 11: Maren Symonds with Build Followers Communication presents "To Blog or Not to BlogDo's and Don'ts for effective marketing of your business".


Schmidt & Yee, PC •

Monthly Meetings 2nd Thursdays, 11:30am at the Peppermill Restaurant (17455 SW Farmington Rd)

ey k&K • Beaverton Towing • ATB Auto Repair

is Loc

• Dav

165th Ave



173rd Ave

Kinnaman Rd

Tualatin Valley H w

Shaw St

Blanton St

188th Ave

• America’s Best Inns & Suites • Curves • Four Square Church of Aloha • NW Jewelry Buyer • RiteAid • Safeway • Walgreen’s

• ABC OptometricPC • Aloha Laundromat • Big Lots • Farmers Insurance • Family Dentistry

170th Ave

er St

174th Ave


D: Aloha Mall

178th Ave

182nd Ave

187th Ave

192nd Ave

Aloha Business Association

Foundations 4 Your Life Foursquare Church of Aloha Gaucha Translations Genesis Mediation, LLC Godfathers Pizza Gold Eagle Classics Habitat for Humanity (Wilamette West) Holcomb Computer Services Hula Halau In Line Commercial Construction Jan's Paperbacks KD Contracting, LLC Ken Alexander Ins. Agency

• Aloha Animal Medical Ctr • Aloha Community Library • Clean Earth Cleaners • Godfather’s Pizza • Peppermill Restaurant • Rite Aid • Sakura Teriyaki • State Farm Insurance • Thriftway

Knipe Realty NW Les Schwab Tire Center Martin Hunter, CPA Marilyn Mays, Realtor Mike Sahagian, Attorney Monroe Orthodontics NW Jewelry Buyer OR Friends of Shelter Animals OMG! Onthank Mktg. Group Reedville Presbyterian Church Ross Realty Group Schmidt & Yee Sequoia Mental Health Services

Oak St

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 Office Wayne & Anne Weld Martin World Pay US, Inc.

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Aloha Community News

AC Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Happy Hour Daily: 4-7pm (22 draft beers). Huge late night menu. Open till 230am everyday. 503-642-5193 B

Aloha-Reedville’s Future

Agape Communi y Insurance Agency

Helping meet needs in the

Be part of shaping it! Google: alohareedville 503-846-3519

community. Auto, home, renters, Fire, motorcycles, RV’s, boats. 503-626-5790 A

Karen Bolin,

Promote your business!

John J. Tyner III Attorney At Law

347 SW Oak Street Hillsboro, OR 97123 503-648-5591

Sakura Teriyaki Chinese & Japanese Cuisine

Exceptional food & service. Try our yakisoba, orange chicken & General Tso. Lottery fun too! 503-259-9922 B

Aloha CPA Kenneth Rigert, PC Income Tax Returns for

small businesses and individuals. Estate planning & trust taxes too. 503-649-5575

Financial Advisor - You talk, we listen... AND we get to know you. 503-356-1190

Connect to Customers Share Resources & Leads It’s New, Local, & FREE!


Nevills Family Dentistry PC

Matthews Tree Care

18540 8 40 SSW Vincent, Aloha, OR 97007


Reser's Fine Food

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

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

Message from Karen Bolin

Tuesday, March 5th at Aloha High School from 6pm-8:30pm erhaps we will have an early Spring! It is a wonderful time in Oregon and we in Aloha are looking forward to events at Aloha High School, community support of various businesses with our monthly "mobbing" organized by the Aloha Warrior Van Host, Jeff Eddy, more hours at our new library, and of course Spring Break the last week in March! A time for rest and renewal or travel and adventure? We continue to welcome new residents to the Aloha area. Lots of new multi-family housing is being built, so as we continue to grow the question remains: What should Aloha look like in 10 or 20 years? The Aloha-Reedville study is in it's 3rd year of answering this question. You are invited to the discussion. Please attend and VOTE for OPTIONS and SOLUTIONS to improve our Aloha community. This is YOUR


A Voice for Trees - Your Partner in Tree Care. Expert Pruning. & Tree Removal. ISA Board Certified Master Arborist

$99 Special on Wedding 30-min fitness and complete Dresses: Clean and Boxed! weight management for women. Alterations, leather and more! 20229 SW TV Hwy, Aloha 503-642-2826 B 503-356-5454 C

Carol Cartier

Distributor + Artist 503.407.9757

Business Spotlight: Edwards Center

OPPORTUNITY to voice your choices on how to prioritize the work that will be done to accommodate growth of people, cars, and bikes! Don't miss out - see you there!  By Karen Bolin

David E. Nevills, DMD

Serving Aloha since 1983. (503) 649-3232 Accepting New Patients!

New Program: Veteran Repair Corps

Board Members President: Karen Bolin, Edward Jones Secretary: Paym Weaver, Time Fairy Treasurer: Carol Cartier, Colors of Life Member: Wally Johnston, Foundations 4 Your Life Member: Daryl Welch, Affordable Web Technology

Committee Chairs Community Partnerships: Sally Fabre, Agape Community Insurance Membership: Wally Johnston, Foundations 4 Your Life Webmaster: Daryl Welch, Affordable Web Technology Meetings/Programs: Karen Bolin, Edward Jones

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dwards Center has entered an exciting new chapter in its 40year history with the opening of the Aloha Community Center. Besides expanding Edwards Center’s programs for people with developmental disabilities, the renovated building has new services available for the local community including: rentable meeting and event spaces, volunteer opportunities, a commercial kitchen, a coffee cart, and a daily meal service run by Meals on Wheels People. Founded in 1972 by a group of Washington County parents of developmentally disabled adults, Edwards Center began as a day program dedicated to providing the skills these individuals would need to live in the community, rather than a cold, impersonal institution. Today, Edwards Center serves over 300 Oregonians with developmental disabilities such as

autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other conditions. The 11,000 sq. ft. Aloha Community Center was conceived of in 2010 as part of a larger development on Edwards Center’s property on SW Kinnaman Road. The Community Center offers expanded hours of programming for people with developmental disabilities as a low-cost option for ongoing education and socialization. Five new homes will be built in Summer of 2013 to provide long-term housing to people with disabilities and their family caregivers.  For rental inquiries, meeting space booking, class schedules, kitchen rentals, volunteer opportunities or employment information please call (503) 642-1581. Open Mon - Fri, 8am-6pm 20250 SW Kinnaman Road.


illamette West Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce the launch of their newest program: “Veteran Repair Corps”. The program will allow Habitat volunteers to do critical home repair projects on non-Habitat homes owned by U.S. veterans. The program is a veterans-support initiative of Habitat for Humanity International and The Home Depot Foundation. Willamette West is one of 84 Habitat affiliates selected nationwide to participate in this program, designed to support U.S. veterans in need of home repair. Repair Corps is designed under the same model as new homes built with Habitat families where the veteran will repay a portion of the repair using a zero-percent interest loan from the affiliate. 

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Southwest Beaverton Shopping Guide


SW Barrows Rd



SW Murray Blvd SW Walnut St

Rd ry r e F lls o h Sc


F 17

Got homework?

Sterling Point Hearthstone at Murrayhill


SW Teal B lvd

SW Horizon Blvd

C: The Village on Scholls Ferry Biscuits Café Edward Jones Guan's USA, Inc. Metro Perc Coffee House Moda Nails Salon State Farm Ins. (G. Horton) Therapeutic Associates

SW Osprey Dr

SW Davies Rd

The Overlook at Murrayhill Apts A: Murrayhill Marketplace A&B Gem Labs Beaverton Bakery Express Bella Salon Hapa Grill Lisa Fain, Sunset Group Malone's Café & Bar Murrayhill Chiropractic Care Nature's Pet Market Oasis Tanning On Point Community Credit Union Rebound Massage Robyn's Nest Prop. Mgmt Safeway State Farm Ins. (L. Nishimura)

Murray Scholls Library

See Murray / Allen Map, Page 15

B: Murray Scholls Town Center 24 Hour Fitness Banner Bank Café Murrayhill CeramiCafe Kaiser Permanente Library, Murray Scholls Branch Murrayhill Dental Murray Scholls Dental Power Brain Training Center Starbucks Walgreens

D: Progress Ridge AIM Mail Center Ankle & Foot Center Asian Cuisine Express Ava Roasteria Coffee Big Al's BJ Willy’s Restaurant Cinetopia Frangipani Thai Cuisine New Seasons Play Boutique Sweet Siren Boutique Xtend Barre Ziba Salon

See Scholls Ferry Map Page 16

Beaverton City Library offers trained volunteer homework helpers after school and in the evenings. Whether you’re looking for help with math, science, writing, or almost any other subject, our Homework Helpers are here for you! Helpers for grades 6-12 can be found in the Teen Room at the Main Library and at Murray Scholls.

Pre-school Storytime

Tuesdays at 9:30 (ages 3-6)

Toddler Storytime:

Thursdays at 11:30 (ages 2-3)

Announcements Office Space Available

at Robyn’s Nest Executive Suites. Shared office setting located in Murrayhill Marketplace. For more information, call A 503-597-7790

Restaurant & Office Space

Avail. at the Village on Scholls Ferry (16315 SW Barrows Rd) For more information: C

Directory Banking Services

Personal & business

solutions, real estate loans Call a personal banker today. 503-579-1947 B

10 Class Pack ONLY $100


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Xtend Barre Beaverton: Come join us & try the fitness routine that fuses dance, Pilates, & sculpting! You must bring this ad into the studio. One per customer. 503.610.3214

12305 SW Horizon Blvd. Suite 15


Consumer and business accounts, loans, mortgages 503-228-7077 A

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Please call us at

Advert is e w ith U s ! Ca l l 5 0 3 - 6 4 1 - 3 3 2 0 . Body & Beauty

Food & Drink

(503) 579-9326

(See ad in Food section)

We have 1 bedrooms from $715, 2 bedrooms from $965 Murrayhill Marketplace

Licensed Preschool

VersaSpa Spray on tan 1-only $30, 2-only $50 503-521-8268 A

w/school readiness programs Mention ad for 20% discount

Business Spotlight

(See ad in Food section)

Personalized Service in a Relaxing Environment At Bella Salon our goal is to consistently provide you with the finest quality of services and products in a peaceful environment, where you are the focus of soothing attention. Years of advanced training and experience are evident in every personalized service performed for you. Our clients are our most important asset.

Lunch~Dinner~Late Night Dining Full Bar~16 Beers on Tap 503-747-7319 D

Upscale Salon & Services

Beaverton Bakery Express Waxing & Shellac Care Moda adj. style; fashion; vogue 503-268-1750 C

Cakes for all occasions!

(See ad in Food section)


State Farm® Providing Insurance and Financial Services Daily special from $6.95 Try our Spicy Mango Chicken! M-Th: 11a-9p / F-Su: 11a-10p 503-579-7542 D (See ad in Food section)

Home Office, Bloomington, Illinois 61710

Glenn Horton, Agent 16315 SW Barrows Rd Beaverton, OR 97007 Bus: 503-590-4440


P045151 4/04

Family Friendly Hawaiian Asian Fusion Restaurant. Environment friendly. Easy take out 6 days/wk. 503-590-7800 A (See ad in Food section)

C New Pizza Menu! Voted Best in Town Pool (free Tues), lottery, video poker, daily drink specials. 503-579-3663 A

Full Service Salon

Power Brain Training Center "Truly I cannot emphasize enough how the staff at Power Brain has changed our lives for the better through observing our son’s behaviors and working with us on a plan for success." - Bobbie L., 42 (Aloha)

Conveniently located near Murrayhill Marketplace A

Coffee shop, tea, donuts, Italia Espresso Torrefazione, Pastries, Cakes and more. 503-579-1600 A

for Men, Women & Kids, Facials, Skin Care Head to Toe Waxing 503-430-0008 D


Heated year-round swimming pool Smoke free community Assigned parking & more!

Hapa Grill

Hair, facials, waxing & fine products. A 503-524-2606

Salon - Nails - Pedispa

at the Murrayhill pond. Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner 503-590-6030 B

Thai & Laos Cuisine

In Progress Ridge

Drop on by and you’ll also find

Great Beaverton dining



Scott R. Walker, D.M.D.

(503) 590-7574

Ava Roasteria

Cakes, Food, Drinks & Catering. Open 24 Hours. 503-352-5420 D

Got foot pain?

Come see us for expert care, diagnosis and treatment of ankle/foot disorders. 503-597-5647 D


Murrayhill Chiropractic Care


Focus, Confidence, Memory for kids and adults 503-352-4367 B

We don't serve fast food...

We serve fresh food as fast as we can! Breakfast/Lunch served all day. 503-372-6982 C

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Dr. Robert Sherman Auto Accident Injuries, Spinal Care & more. 503-590-4000 A Volume 3–Issue 3 (March 2013) | Beaverton Resource Guide –


Health Tip from TVF&R

Our Commitment to Cardiac Survival

Agent Liane Nishimura

Pet Care

Preventive, Whitening

Aesthetic, Operative Implants, Periodontal 503-521-1333 B (See ad this section)

Healthy Affordable Pet Supplies

Grooming & Self-wash. Cat adoptions available. 503-579-2403 A

Professional Services

Now Offering Sportsmetrics

Auto, home, life, renters, health, business, boat & more! Call Liane at 503 579-3005




Comprehensive dental

care for your entire family. Visit us at: 503-590-7574 B

Gem Lab

Affordable Fashion! (Sizes S-3X)

Appraisals, repair, design consignment, insurance & estates, same day service. 503-524-6896 A

M-F 6:00am-7:30pm; Sat 7:30am-1:30pm 503-644-3311 C

Huge jewelry selection w/ personal service just for you. 503-716-8182 D

Voted "Best Gym in America" by Fitness Magazine Readers! 503-579-5090 B

Business Done Here!

Senior Living Community

Locally owned and managed Independent & Assisted Living, Memory Care & Short Stays. 503-520-0911

Printing, Shipping, Freight, Notary, Gifts, Card and more! $10 PMB boxes available. 503-747-2278 D

Paint your own pottery.

Welcome to the fun and enjoyable world of ceramics! 503-590-8510 B

Agent Glenn Horton


Responsive & Proactive. Let us cure your rental headaches! 503-597-7790 A

Healthy Lunch & Diner Options

Village on Scholls Ferry

Auto, home, life, renters, health, business, boat & more! Call Glenn at 503-590-4440 C

Realtor/Prop. Mgmt.

Working w/buyers, sellers & investors. Westside Specialist. Call Lisa w/The Sunset Group: 503-679-8477 A

Menoush Brown

Financial Advisor - If you're not at your last job, why is your 401(k)?


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ver 300,000 people die every year from sudden cardiac arrest. Most patients die before ever reaching a hospital. TVF&R’s commitment to cardiac survival has resulted in more lives saved than the national average. We hope that you will partner with us in the following ways so more lives can be saved.

The PulsePoint app also connects citizens to TVF&R’s emergency activity. Users can view active incidents and pinpoint incident locations on an interactive map. Users also can choose to be notified of fires, car crashes, rescues, and hazardous materials incidents, and listen to live radio traffic.

Oregon’s first CPR smartphone app

Defibrillators The most common cardiac arrest has the potential to be converted by an electrical shock delivered by an AED. Although our Firefighter EMTs/Paramedics arrive within minutes with an advanced cardiac defibrillator, it can be too late. Public access AEDs are simple and easy to use and can administer life-saving shock even before emergency responders arrive. If your business has an AED that can be used by the public, ensure it is our PulsePoint database by emailing us at 

Sports & Activities

Were Here to Help You Succeed


By TVF&R Staff

Gluten Free Menu! Beer, Wine, Soda & Coffee Private Parties & Events

Try the hottest new barre workout! Pilates Based Dance Amplified Open to ALL fitness levels 503-610-3214 D

Last month TVF&R was the first fire department in Oregon to implement PulsePoint - a free CPR smartphone app. The PulsePoint app enables subscribers who have indicated they are CPR trained to be alerted to a cardiac arrest event simultaneously with TVF&R’s Firefighter EMTs/Paramedics. The app alerts citizens within a ¼ mile radius of the incident (in a public place) and identifies the nearest public access automated external defibrillator (AED). Statistics show that only about one quarter of cardiac arrest victims receive bystander CPR and defibrillation. Citizens comfortable with Hands Only CPR (no rescue breathing) and/or those that have taken a CPR class are encouraged to sign up. Hands Only CPR can help sustain an adult in cardiac arrest until paramedics arrive. Visit: for more information. (See ads in Restaurant and Entertainment sections)

Bowling, Games, Sports Bar

& Grill. Have your next party or event at Big Al's! 503-748-6118 D

To learn more about PulsePoint, AEDs, heart attack symptoms, and CPR training contact us: (503) 649-8577 |

(See ads in Restaurant and Entertainment sections)

Why see a movie in coach,

when you can sit in first class? For Tickets and Showtimes Visit: 503.597.6900 D

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Beaverton Restaurants Dining Spotlight: decarli


eCarli is a restaurant created by Jana and Paul DeCarli, a husband and wife team who along with their professional staff, are dedicated to food, wine, and providing an excellent dining experience. Paul, a longtime Oregonian and a graduate of Western Culinary Institute, developed his expertise at many of Portland’s top restaurants including Paragon, Fratelli, Saucebox, and Tuscany Grill where he was Executive Chef. Jana, an Oregon native and University of Oregon graduate, established her outstanding service skills and standards at San Francisco’s esteemed 42 Degrees and Portland’s Bluehour. Decarli is committed to showcasing the state’s considerable

bounty of seasonal ingredients. Paul’s culinary style draws on his Swiss/Italian-American roots to create food that is at once sophisticated and rustic. The Polenta Fries and Braised Beef Short Ribs have become house favorites. The restaurant’s interior reflects the couple’s approach to food and wine—warm, inviting, thoughtful and authentic. The 4000 square foot space features restored Douglas Fir floors, exposed brick walls, and a soaring beam and rafters ceiling punctuated with skylights. Be sure to check out the Private Dining Room adjacent to decarli featuring a reclaimed wood wall and vintage wrought-iron chandeliers. It is perfect for rehearsal dinners, corporate parties and more. We invite you to join us soon.

L o c a l E a t s & Tr e a t s

see map page 10, C3


Big Al’s Mon-Thurs 3-6pm & 9pm-close Fri 3-6pm; 10pm-close Sat 10-close; Sun 9pm-close Food & Drink Specials 503-748-6118

menu highlights

Private dining space available with a seating capacity of 35. Perfect for parties, meetings, rehearsal dinners, banquets and groups. For details, call: 503.641.3223

Azteca Sun & Mon-All Day! Tues-Sat, 3-6:30pm/9pm-close Try our Sangria or Mojitos Well Drinks are $2.50 503-643-8269

• House-Cured Olives citris, herbs & garlic

Bistro 153 Mon-Fri 2-7pm & 9-close All Day Sat & Sun Food, Beer, Wine, Cocktails 3203 SW 153rd Dr., Suite 419 503-626-8282

• Polenta Fries gorgonzola butter

• Pizzettas oven roasted

• Beef Shortribs with creamy spaetzle

BJ Willy's Progress Ridge Daily 3-6pm; Sun-Thu 9:30p-closing Full Bar~16 Beers on Tap 503-747-7319

• Housemade Pastas • Salted Caramel cheesecake

• Artisanal Cocktails see map page 10, D2

see map page 10, C3

Broadway Saloon in Old Town Beaverton Daily 4:30-6:30pm & 10pm-12am $3.95 HH food & $1 off drinks 12434 SW Broadway St 503-641-7474 Cafe Murrayhill Everyday from 3:00-6:00pm $5 appetizers! Wine, Beer & Cocktails. 503-590-6030

see map page 20, A

Malone's Pizza


Photography S E R V I C E S Food & Drink Exterior & Interior Candid & Action Staff Portraits

503-641-3320 CEDAR HOUSE MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHY Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local… this is how we build a better Beaverton.

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A d ve r t i s e w i t h U s ! C a l l 5 0 3 - 6 41-3320. see map page 20, B

see map page 18


Cinetopia Everyday 3-6pm & 8pm-close $3.99 & $4.99 Food Specials Discounted Beer and Wine 503-597-6911

see map page 17

see map page 17

Coach's Bar & Grill Sat-Thur: 3-7pm & Fri: 3-8pm Great Burgers, pizza, sandwiches and dessert. Pool, shuffle board & karaoke. 503-203-8250 decarli Restaurant Tue-Sat: 4:30-6pm 9pm-close; Sun 5-9pm Panini’s, Pizzetta’s & more! Try a Cool Hand Cuke! 503-641-3223

see map page 10, A3

see map page 10, D2

Ernesto’s Mon-Fri: 3:00-6:30pm Sat-Sun: 4:00-6:30pm $3.50-5.50 Food Specials & More Discounted Beer, Wine, Well Drinks. 503-292-0119 Guicho's Happy Hour daily 3-6:00pm Food & Drink Specials Authentic recipes native to Jalisco Mexico. 503-746-5980 Hall Street Grill M–Sa: 3–630 & 9-close Sun: 3-close Drink specials, tasty morsels & nibbles. 503-641-6161 Ickabod's "Stimulus Hour" Everyday from 4:00 to 6:00pm Domestic pint & pitcher specials. Best Burger in Town! 503-646-0222 La Fogata Mon-Sat 3-6pm & 8pm-close Sunday - All Day ! Come visit our newly remodeled bar La Hacienda Real Happy Hour Daily from 3-6pm Any dish only $3.95! Margaritas, well drinks & beer. 12025 SW Canyon Rd 503-601-7000 McCormick's Fish House M-Sat 3-6pm & 9-cl, Sun 4-6pm, & 9-cl. New HH Menu: Food starting at $2.95! Beer, Cocktail and Wine specials, never offered before!

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Library News

Events @ the Main Library 12375 S.W. Fifth St., Beaverton, OR 97005



Spring Crafts (ages 2-5 with adult) Saturday, March 23, 1-2 PM Fairy Tale Family Storytime (ages 0-11 with family) Sunday, March 24, 1:15-1:45 PM Fairy Tale Themed Family Movies (ages 3-12 with family) March 25 & March 27, 2-4 PM Fairy Tale Battles (ages 4-12 with family) Wednesday, March 27, 3-4:40 PM Bunny Babies (ages 0-6 with family) Thurs., March 28, 10:30-11:30 AM

STORYTIME Main Library Baby Bugs (Newborn - 1 year) Wednesdays, 11:45am Fun for 1s (12-24 mo.) Wed 10:15 & 11am Toddler Storytime (Ages 2-3) Tues 10:15 & 11:15am Preschool Storytime (Ages 3-6) Thurs 10:15am & 1pm PJ Storytime (All ages) Tues. 7pm

Fractured Fairy Tale Storytime (ages 4-12 with family) Thursday, March 28, 3-3:30 PM

Family Storytime (All ages) Sat 1pm


Spanish Storytime (Ages 2-5) Sat 3pm

EVENTS for TEENS &ForTWEENS Tweens & Teens:

Super Smash Bros. Brawl Tournament (grades 6-12) Saturday, March 23, 2:30-4:30 PM Teen Jeopardy: Fairy Tales with a Twist (grades 6-12) Monday, March 25, 3-4:30 PM Teen Video+Writing Lab: Fractured Fairy Tales (grades 6-12) Tuesday, March 26, 3-4:30 PM

NFBCL Receives Generous Grant

Preschool: 3-6 years old Tuesdays, 9:30am

Our Spring and Summer outings are just around the corner. Join the fun at Beaverton Lodge!


he New Friends of the Beaverton City Library (NFBCL) have received a generous grant from The Reser Family Foundation. The grant money will be used to purchase new equipment to enhance the non-profit organization’s operation of The Book Corner and to better assist the store’s 35+ volunteers in sorting, moving and shelving books donated and for sale to the public at low used book prices. “The equipment is essential to continue the Friends financial support to the libraries, especially since we now have two very busy libraries in our community,” says Margaret Kelleher, NFBCL president. “We are grateful the Reser Family Foundation recognized our needs that will enable us to maintain our current support which benefits both the library and the community.” 


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Magic: The Gathering & Yu-Gi- Oh Tournament (grades 6-12) Thursday, March 28, 3-5 PM Fairy Tale for Teens (grades 6-12) Friday, March 29, 3 PM

Think Fun Thursday Think Fun Thursdays!

Thurs. Mar. 7, 14, 21 & 28 (4-5pm) Just drop in! Ages 3-8 with adult. 1st Thursday Imagination Station 2nd Thursday Builders 3rd Thursday Puzzle Time 4th Thursday Board Games

Chamber Music Performance


he Beaverton City Library is hosting a performance by Grammy-nominated Enso Quartet in Meeting Rooms A and B. This highly-acclaimed and internationally touring ensemble is sponsored through the Friends of Chamber Music, a support group for Chamber Music NW. 

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for Speeders By Jolene Guptill

Elsie Stuhr Center

Wedding Bells Ring at Creekside!






ary Evans and Don Murphy live at Creekside Village Retirement. Together they took a field trip picnic to Cooks Park in Tigard where they realized there was more than a friendship between them. Mary and Don had both been married before and never thought that living in a retirement community would mean another chance at love. Last month, on Valentine’s

Day, Mary and Don were married in front of the Creekside fireplace, where they have spent many hours getting to know each other. Family, friends and staff witnessed the occasion. The Pastor, the husband of a staff member, performed the ceremony. The day ended with a dance that evening for all to toast the new couple. Congratulations Mary and Don!

he Elsie Stuhr Center is designed for adults 55 years and better. We offer a wide variety of classes, trips and tours, special events, a fitness center, lunch and socialization. Please come to our center for a tour and to learn about the numerous activities we have available. In the evening, we host a specialized recreation program. It's designed for individuals with developmental disabilities and features a wide variety of classes and events. For more information, and for a copy of the TR Times newsletter, call us or stop by for a visit. 

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For more information: Contact Jolene at: As former chair of the SCAC, Jolene Guptill has been advocating for Beaverton seniors for the past 11 years. She continues to bring awareness to senior issues while serving on the City’s Visioning Committee and the Bvtn. Downtown Association Board.

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very successfully for several years is 30 Seconds Outdoor Cleaner and I guess I’m reluctant to change just because it is so darned effective. In many cases, all I need to do is spray it on the concrete or siding, agitate it with a stiff bristle brush, and rinse it off with a hose. And, it’s effective at killing slime molds and mildew as well as the moss. The same company released a product last year which promises to be as effective, but with even less work. It’s called Spray & Walk Away. Spray it on using a garden sprayer, and Mother Nature will wash away all the black and green yuk over time. This is also the only product I know of that will deal effectively with lichen. And, if you are planning to paint your home, leave the pressure washer in the garage, because they just

released 30 Seconds Outdoor Painter’s Prep. Best part of all, these products are manufactured right here in Troutdale, Oregon. Occasionally, I do have to break out the pressure washer to deal with really tough jobs. It’s important to remember, though, that just washing moss, mold, and mildew from the surface is usually not enough. The “roots” are still embedded and remain alive in any porous surface like concrete or roofing materials. They will continue to grow and do damage, unless a chemical is used to kill them before using the pressure washer. While the power of high pressure water can really speed up the cleaning process, it’s important to remember it can also do extensive damage very quickly.

It will cut through vinyl and cedar siding along with composition roofing materials like a sharp knife. Be sure to use a wide enough tip angle (usually 25 or 40 degree) to disperse the water while still getting the surface clean. As a final note, when it comes to removing the “green” of springtime, remember to always wear personal protective clothing and equipment. Read and follow all the warning labels on any chemicals and always wear close-toed shoes along with eye and hearing protection when using the pressure washer. 

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Automotive Resources

Frequently Asked Questions about Window Tinting in Oregon Oregon Tint Law Enacted 2003 Can I tint the windows of my car to reduce glare from the sun? (and it looks cool!) Oregon has window tint laws. The total light transmittance through the window with the tint installed must be 35% or more. Any motorist who operates a vehicle that does not comply with Oregon’s window tint law may be subject to a $360 fine. I recently moved to Oregon from another state that allowed darker window tint. Do I have to remove it? Cars purchased out of state and then brought into Oregon are subject to Oregon law. Tinting requirements in some neighboring states may be less strict that Oregon’s. If you don’t know what the light transmittance is, take the car to an installer and ask them to put a meter on it. If it’s darker than allowed, you need to remove it. Do I need to get something from the tint installer? Yes, tint installers are required to give customers a certificate stating the tint light transmittance and reflectance, along with what the total light transmittance through the window is. My doctor says I need to avoid the sun. Can I add dark window tint because of a medical condition? You may get your physician or optometrist to provide you with an affidavit stating that there is a physical condition that requires you to have windows tinted darker than Oregon law allows. If I have a pickup or SUV can I darken the back windows? Under Oregon law, a “Multipurpose passenger vehicle” may have darker tint than required above as long as the tint is installed behind the driver.

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: There’s a strange signal at the fire station on Farmington Rd near Beaverton High School. It has 3 red lights that stay on for a while then flash. I haven’t noticed this new signal at other fire stations so what is it and why was it installed? Also, must cars stay stopped even then its flashing? A: This is a new type of traffic signal and has been used successfully to increase motorist awareness at high traffic volume, midblock crosswalks in other cities around the country. It is a “HAWK” or High-intensity Activated crosswalk signal. While the lights are solid red the motorist must stop and stay stopped. Once the lights go to a flashing red the motorist must come to a complete stop but may proceed when the pedestrian has cleared the crosswalk.


: If I change my mind half way through a lane change, can I go back to my original lane or do I need to complete the lane change then go back to my original lane? A: You must make (2) legal lane changes in order for it to pass muster with the law. That means proper signaling at the proper distances to make both moves. You can’t change your mind in the middle of a lane change.


: Can I make a U-turn at major intersections that are not marked with a “No U-turn” sign?

A: U-turns are not allowed at light controlled intersections unless there is signage permitting it. If you have a traffic question that you'd like us to ask the Beaverton Police Department for this column, email us at: For all other traffic questions, call the police non-emergency number: 503-526-2260

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31 Adventures in Beaverton Tales of a Beaverton Super-Mom A Good Mom (for the most part) by Maureen Wilson


or the most part, I know I’m a good mom. Or at least I repeat that mantra to myself in a hushed voice when I feel like pulling out my hair strand by strand. Even on my worst days, I’m fairly sure my husband knows I’m doing my best and I’m hoping that my kids, at this point, will need very little therapy. But no matter how fondly I dreamt of motherhood BEFORE having kids, the reality is this parenting gig can often be HARD-and the moment one gets the least bit arrogant about their successes, your children will be there to remind you there is always room for improvement. We’re juggling a lot this year, and I have strategized like a mad-

woman to make our schedule viable and the ship afloat. But the other day as I was feeling rather accomplished in crossing off 14 of the 22 things on my to-do list, my 10 yr-old brought me back down to earth after patiently asking me several times to play a game with her. The timing wasn’t prime, as I was in the middle of finishing a couple of big projects that would undoubtedly continue to go undone for the next three months if I did not complete them at THAT moment-while simultaneously attempting to thaw a roast beef that was in no way going to be ready in time for dinner-so I put her off in hopes of “finishing” (have you realized yet, moms, that we will NEVER be finished??)

The next time I glanced at my list, it had two additional items added: “Play board game with Milan” and “Be spontaneous!” Because even though I know I’m a good mom, if my kids have to include themselves on lists to get my attention, it may be time to order take out and accept that the 80’s curtains are just meant to be a part of my life. It’s the 4 yr-old, though, who currently has the market on giving reality checks. Recently when I picked her up from the babysitter’s, we made a typical run to Safeway in hopes of finding something quick and easy for dinner. She, though, had in mind more of a leisurely stroll through the aisles that included touching anything that was red or covered in hearts. By the time we got to the checkout line, I could feel my blood pressure rising as I knew we were going to be late picking up my other two from their respective locations. Yet when the cashier asked me how I was doing, I naturally answered, “I’m fine! How are you?” Kiana looked up at me with a smirk and said, “You are NOT fine at all! You are COMPWEET-WEE GWUMPY!” Guilty

as charged. That same 4 yr-old has suddenly decided that she enjoyed her recent birthday SO much that she really would like to do it ALL OVER AGAIN-- so she’s insisting that not only is she NOT 4, but that she never had a party! And that I never planned or paid for it! And that yes, those children DID show up at Pump It Up but it wasn’t for HER birthday!! (This conversation sounds sort of humorous until you’ve been at it for about 72 rounds and are seriously contemplating returning her gifts to prove your point.) We were in the middle of a long car ride when this topic became a marathon discussion, and I was logically talking myself down from arguing with a preschooler when Kiana suddenly said, “But you know what I’m giving Aurelia for HER birf-day??” I was hugely relieved that we had finally switched gears to my 8 yrold, so I asked, “What??” “My hand,” she replied. “Aurelia loves my hand and I always want to be there to hold her with it.” And as I looked through the rear-view mirror and saw the familiar sight of my

two youngest with joined hands, I suddenly realized I was totally fine with being called out for my grumpiness and obsessive listmaking and would even let birthday parties go unacknowledged -if these girls would promise to love each other like that long after I’m gone. Because that, to me, would be the best kind of mothering that could ever happen. 

“Maureen Wilson is an educator, Girl Scout leader, and often frazzled parent to three active girls. She finds motherhood to be a far more humorous and humbling experience than she ever imagined.” Maureen can be contacted at:

The Literary Corner: Getting to know the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators


here does a children’s book writer or artist turn to, when looking to grow professionally, promote their work, and network with others? The Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI) is a non-profit, professional organization that does just

that. The Oregon chapter is active and expanding its resources, meeting the needs of beginning writers and artists, as well as authors of hundreds of published books. “There’s a wide range of needs,” says Amber Keyser, the liason for published and listed (PAL) members. “We’ve got some exciting workshops coming up, including one on March 9th called “Becoming a School Visit Ninja” and “Prepare Yourself” (on March 1), where writers and illustrators can shape up their manuscripts and portfolios for the annual conference May 17-18. Workshops bring authors and artists together, networking in a profession that can be quite solitary. “The local SCBWI chapter facilitates schmoozes, readings, finding critique groups, and collaborating with other local groups such as Wordstock and Literary Arts,” says Keyser. “Local artists now use

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by Lisa Ard

Getting to Know Book Fan Friday

s your child an avid writer? An enthusiastic artist? Want to stimulate their literary interest? Check out Book Fan Friday at Cedar Hill’s Powell’s, a monthly program led by awardwinning author Rosanne Parry. Now in its 3rd year, Book Fan Friday provides mentorship for young writers and illustrators. Every second Friday from October thru May, kids ages 10-18 join authors, editors, and other book professionals for interactive discussions and hands-on workshops. Book Fan Friday March 8, 4:30-5:30pm the Portland KidLit Facebook page to set up meet-up times to sketch together.” Expect editors, authors, illustrators and agents to offer inspiring workshops at the conference. Individual manuscript and portfolio critiques are also available. Keyser says, “Our mission is to build community amongst our local writers and artists.” If you’ve got an interest in writing or illustrating, check out the Oregon SCBWI website (www. and the national society website (

This month, author Joni Sensel (The Timekeeper's Moon) will lead a discussion about self-publishing and how to decide if it's the right choice for you. Join us! For more information go to:

Lisa Ard leads a charmed life with her husband and two children just north of Beaverton. She is the author of the Dream Seeker series.

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