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Karen Brandenburger

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On the Road with Beaverton Lodge

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major construction and transformation project has been taking place over the past several months at the center and has now been completed. The center now has a new and more spacious front entry including additional parking spaces. The expansion created an enlarged fitness room with all new equipment, an expanded lobby and reception area. A new multipurpose area will be used for additional classes and activities. Beaverton city building codes required the inclusion of a complete fire prevention sprinkler system and ADA accessible restrooms. Funding

for the project was provided by the Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District Bond Measure. Now that the dust has settled the grand reopening has been scheduled for May 9th at 10:00 AM. You are invited to attend the festivities, tour the facilities and enjoy some refreshments. If you are 55 or better you may want to consider signing up for some of the many classes and activities or utilize the state of the art exercise room or simply enjoy the social scene. The center will continue to be used by Loaves and Fishes with lunch being served Monday through Friday. The Annual Harvest Fest-

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

ival and Sale was not held last year due to the construction but is scheduled for September 7th and 8th this year. As you proceed with spring cleaning or just cleaning out a closet or your garage consider setting aside items in good condition and contribute them for the sale. Donated items will be accepted in August with VSHFLĂ€FGDWHVWREHHQDQQRXQFHG later. The Elsie Stuhr Center has been serving the THPRD area for over thirty years. The center was dedicated in honor of Elsie Stuhr who was instrumental in the development of the park district which serves the members both young and old in Beaverton and the surrounding area. Mark your calendars for May 9th and September 7th and 8th.

Here is where we went in April: Ride Tri-Met Max to Portland for lunch & shopping Bethel Church trip Choir & Hand Bells Beaverton Civic Theatre Music Concert Dine out at Reedville Cafe / Men's Breakfast trip out Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm & lunch at Wellspring Grill ”‡‰‘Â?›Â?’Š‘Â?›Č€‡Â?‡Ƥ–‘Â?…‡”–ƒ–‡ƒ˜‡”–‘Â? ‹‰Š Trip to Embassy Suites for Happy Hour Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens & Oak Tree Casino for lunch Miracle Worker at Beaverton Civic Theatre

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Reminder

Weekly Trips to the Beaverton Farmer's Market start in May!

Visit us at www.BeavertonLodge.com Call or stop by today. We’ll show you around and tell you where the bus is headed next.

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