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MEN’S ISSUE

FACES OF THE COMMUNITY

TOP SPOTS FOR GUYS’ NIGHT OUT

INDOOR WORKOUTS FOR OUTDOOR FUN


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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2018 PUBLISHER

Jane Rial | jane.rial@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Cheryl Parton | cheryl.parton@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Kelsey Claspell, Joshua Langlais, Nicolette Martin, Gregg Morris, Cheryl Parton

The Men's Issue

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Barbara Dudley, Steve Giardini, Joshua Langlais, Cheryl Parton, Mike Putnam, Tyler Rowe, Steve Tague, Caitlin von Gaertner

HELLO, SUMMER! June celebrates the start of summer and also Father’s Day. We honor that by making this our Men’s Issue. Here’s to all of the special men in our lives–husbands, fathers, brothers, sons and friends. Like last month, this issue includes a “Faces of the Community” feature, this time spotlighting five local men. Read on to get ideas for a guys’ night—check out a few favorite local hangouts featured in this issue. And if staying at home sounds better, try the summer-inspired recipes we’ve included, whether cooking for one or a whole crew. After all that, be sure to read about indoor workout tips to work off those calories!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2018

FEATURES 14 Guys’ Night Out Top Spots to Gather with the Boys

20 Faces of Our Community Meet Men Around Town

26 Reaching Fitness Goals Indoor Training for Year-Round Active Lifestyles

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30 Dude Food Easy Meals to Kick Off the Summer Season

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Hot Spot

26 Healthy Lifestyle 30 Culinary Creations 34 Lifestyle Calendar 38 Local’s Choice


GOOD TIMES

Take Back the Night Hosted by Saving Grace Saving Grace Imagine Life Without Violence organized a “Take Back the Night” event April 20 in Bend. The walk through downtown, booths, art installation and words from survivors allowed participants to increase awareness and speak out against sexual and domestic violence. PHOTOGRAPHY BY CAITLIN AND CO.

Earth Day Event at Riley Ranch Nature Reserve A “SOLVE It for Earth Day” cleanup project took place April 21 at Riley Ranch Nature Reserve as part of a statewide event. SOLVE (originally called Stop Oregon Litter and Vandalism) is a nonprofit that mobilizes volunteers for litter cleanups, invasive plant removal, planting native trees and shrubs, and other environmental projects throughout the state. PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE GIARDINI

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GOOD TIMES

Family Access Network Fundraiser Family Access Network (FAN) held their 12th Annual Luncheon Fundraiser April 13 at Pilot Butte Middle School, raising more than $110,000. FAN serves nearly 9,000 disadvantaged children and their family members each year in Deschutes and Crook Counties. They provide essential services with a goal to keep children healthy and in school. PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE TAGUE

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FLOOR COVERINGS INTERNATIONAL OF BEND PROVIDES MOBILE SHOWROOM Floor Coverings International of Bend has opened with a unique model of delivering custom

help raise additional awareness and support for local nonprofit partners with proceeds from the event going to Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Fund (MBSEF).   DeschutesBrewery.com

floor options to Central Oregon homes. Their mobile showroom, filled with more than 3,400 samples, comes directly to customers for a simple, easy and stress-free experience. They provide high quality design and installation services and carry the latest flooring products. “We understand that each home is special and requires attention to detail whether it is carpeting, hardwood floors, tile, or any of the other options we offer,” says owner Ron Benton who grew up in the area and recently returned to be near his family. Floor Coverings International of Bend treats each design as a custom project, and works with clients to meet their budget and deadlines. Benton says, “I’m excited to be ‘home,’ to be part of the amazing community of Central Oregon and to provide families with the floor they deserve!” FloorCoveringsInternational.com

CELEBRATE CAMPING DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE June is Great Outdoors Month® as part of the National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Great American Campout, a summer-long celebration of camping as a way to connect to nature and wildlife. The benefits from outdoor play are well-documented, according to NWF. Their Great Outdoors Month® during the month of June highlights activities to strengthen bonds with nature. A cornerstone of the month is Great American Campout Day on June 23. People nationwide are encouraged to camp—whether in a State or National Park, or in their backyard. NWF.org

FAMILY ACCESS NETWORK HOSTS SUCCESSFUL FUNDRAISER DESCHUTES BREWERY CELEBRATES 30 YEARS

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Family Access Network (FAN) hosted their 12th Annual Luncheon Fundraiser April 13 at Pilot Butte Middle School and raised more than $110,000 for

Deschutes Brewery celebrates its 30th anniver-

disadvantaged children and families in Central

sary in 2018. Family and employee owned since

Oregon. The total came from individual donations,

1988, Deschutes Brewery prides itself in being one of

sponsors and a donor match from a member of the

Oregon’s craft beer pioneers and will celebrate with

community. “I'd like to reiterate just how thankful we

multiple events, including a community party on

are to have such a strong community of supporters,”

Saturday, June 30th from noon - 9:30 p.m. in Drake

says Julie N. Lyche, FAN executive director. FAN

Park, downtown Bend. The event includes music,

serves nearly 9,000 children and their family mem-

booths and the return of the Deschutes Brewery

bers each year in Deschutes and Crook Counties.

Street Pub traveling bar, a 186-foot pop-up structure.

FAN advocates placed in public schools connect

The Street Pub has toured across the country for the

children and families to essential services such as

past three years, bringing the Deschutes experience to

food, shelter, heating, healthcare, clothing and more

fans while raising more than $1 million for community

with a goal to keep children healthy and in school.

nonprofit organizations. Street Pub in Drake Park will

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HOT SPOT

GU YS’ NIGHT OUT SHARING TIME WITH THE BOYS

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ARTICLE GREGG MORRIS SURROUNDED BY NATURE’S PLAYGROUND AND MORE THAN 20 LOCAL CRAFT BREWERIES, BEND IS EITHER A MOUNTAIN TOWN WITH A NIGHTLIFE PROBLEM OR A BEER TOWN WITH A RECREATION PROBLEM. After a long day riding Phil’s Trail, skiing Mount Bachelor’s backside, or paddling the Deschutes River, there’s no shortage of nighttime opportunities. Either way, guys will jump at the chance to get out of the house and catch some music, explore their surroundings, or share adventures while sipping on a favorite bourbon. When an opportunity arises to increase the testosterone with some guy time, try a brewery housed in a former AAMCO Transmission Plant, a pub with more than 400 different craft beers, or a bar with more than 400 kinds of whiskeys. CONTINUED >

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HOT SPOT

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Crux Fermentation Project

Located on the Old Mill District’s outer edges, Crux Fermentation Project became the go-to hangout upon its opening in the summer of 2012. The inside tasting room sits amongst the grand copper brewing stations. Outside, food carts—including the favorite El Sancho— line the yard, complete with games and forged metal fire pits. Start the evening under the watchful eye of the Cascade Mountains during Crux’s Sundowner hour—30 minutes before and after sunset—for specials on their 20+ original craft beers on tap. CruxFermentation.com

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Broken Top Bottle Shop

Down the hill from Central Oregon Community College, Broken Top Bottle Shop (BTBS) refers to itself as a Brew Hub, instead of brew pub. Twelve taps of craft brews, cider, and mead may entice those at the bar, but it’s the 400 bottles and cans providing the choice for discerning beer drinkers that draws people in. BTBS really shines through its events; from Monday’s Local’s Nights, Sunday’s $.60 wings, and regular live music. Bonus points for attending a “Know-Before-You-Go” avalanche awareness presentation.

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The Stihl Whiskey Bar

Nestled in the southwest corner of Downtown Bend’s Franklin Crossing Building, The Stihl Whiskey Bar boasts 400+ brands of its namesake drink. A dark motif of stained concrete floors and bar tops frame the red brick and wood walls, while a mounted brown bear watches over The Stihl. Copper mugs, brandy sifters, and highball glasses await your drink order. Bourbon steak fingers and pan-seared pork chops highlight the menu, but it’s difficult to stray from the classic Old Fashioned and a burger. TheStihl.com 16

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ATHLETES TURN TO PHYSICAL THERAPY

to Restore Mobility and Function

Central Oregon is considered the outdoor playground of the West. Enthusiasts descend on our small center of the world for the seemingly endless adventures so readily available. Yet, sprains and strains are an unfortunate part of living an active lifestyle. When an injury sidelines a person’s ability to participate in the activities they love, frustration sets in and the risk for weakness, stiffness, and depression increases.

A challenge that many have is the desire to nurse/rest an injury rather than seek professional help to restore mobility and prevent altered mechanics. By resting an entire limb or joint, new patterns of movement develop, which can lead to prolonged recovery and a delayed return to sports. Rest allows the body to heal, but when the goal is to restore mobility and function, physical therapy is crucial.

Like many, Neil Carlson relocated to Bend to have better access to the activities he enjoyed. An avid skier, mountain biker and runner, Neil’s ability to get outside and recreate came to a screeching halt when he tore his right anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) while running on the River Trail.

The journal, Health Services Research, found that when physical therapy was used as an initial treatment strategy, there were 72% fewer costs for the patient in the first year. A vital component of physical therapy is education. Often, the source of injury is misuse. Physical therapists often find themselves retraining patients on proper use techniques to minimize the risk of future injury.

Located in the ankle, the ATFL is the most commonly torn ankle ligament and has the highest likelihood of getting stretched, torn or strained when the ankle rolls. For the first few days after injury, it is essential to focus on pain and inflammation reduction. However, rehabilitation should begin quickly to minimize any stiffness caused by swelling and restore movement, strength, and function. “As physical therapists, we work on developing movement and strength in all directions after an injury, so the patient doesn’t lose flexibility or function in the areas that weren’t affected,” said Glenn MacLean-Talbot, PT, DPT at Step & Spine Physical Therapy.

“Glenn taught me what I should be doing, as well as what to avoid,” said Mr. Carlson. “He was able to introduce new stretches and exercises that didn’t go outside my limits but pushed my boundaries so I could continue improving as efficiently as possible.” Despite his ankle instability, Neil was able to aggressively work on strengthening and agility, as well as endurance with minimal limitations. He has made a full recovery and is back to mountain biking and backcountry skiing. He reports jumping off 25-foot cliffs pain-free. A feat that is highly dependent on ankle stability (please don’t try this at home).


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The MUSICIAN Jeshua Marshall, Larry & His Flask

WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT BEND? “Definitely nature was the first attraction, just to not be confined in a city. I always grew up in the country and I like the openness. I like the mountains and the clean air. And the people—it's a really good community of outstanding people. Touring and playing music, I'm very privileged to see so many amazing places. But the more I saw, the more I realized that where I live is actually awesome. I always came back and continue to come back. I still find that it's a really great place to live.“

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MEN OF BEND

Interviews and Photographs from A Community Thread by Joshua Langlais

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FACES OF OUR COMMUNITY

T h e J o u r n a l i st / H i st o r i a n Tor Hanson, Deschutes Historical Society “By trade I'm a journalist. I'm a writer. I'm curious by nature and that kind of spilled over into becoming a journalist. I'm curious about what people are doing. What people are up to. What their thoughts are. Community is to learn to embrace your neighbors. Embrace the feelings and so forth. The community brings so much more into your own life because if you embrace the community, you get to learn the community, you get to know the people that live there. Again, it takes a village. It really takes a village to raise not only kids, but adults.”

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MEN OF BEND

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The Spiritual COach Eric Marley, Marley Soulworks “Well, I guess you'd call me a seeker and one who is interested in unearthing the beautiful aspects of humanity in myself and others. I find the best tools to do that through ancient indigenous spirituality and practices. And so I deepen those in myself and anyone who wants to walk those paths...Whatever gifts you have, we need. So, bring 'em. Bring your gifts. Go get 'em. Find 'em. Uncover 'em. Get away from distraction long enough to uncover your gifts and then bring those suckers into the world.”

The Empowerment

Programs Manager Oscar Gonzalez, Latino Community Association “I'm a first generation American and navigated those tough waters and came out of it ahead. I only wish upon all Latino, Spanish-speaking, all immigrant families to realize their American dream. I personally believe that is still out there. It's hard to overcome those obstacles, but I don't think it's impossible. For the most part, our neighbors here in Bend are welcoming and are open to diversity and are tolerant and understand that with diversity comes newness and freshness. It makes all of us that much more interesting to each other.“

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The Fireman Garret Caster, Bend Fire Department

“I work for a public service agency, but in that, I care immensely about the people in this community and I've sworn to protect them with the oath I took. I contribute by answering the call of people's emergencies and trying to help people on a really bad day. In some way, I think that if I'm excellent at my job and I can help soften the blow of some kind of tragedy or someone's really bad day where they're in a vulnerable state, then I'm contributing to the life experience people get here in my community.�

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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REACH YOUR POTENTIAL

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IT’S NO SECRET THAT BEND IS A MECCA FOR PEOPLE WHO ENJOY AN ACTIVE LIFESTYLE. From mountain biking to rock climbing, downhill skiing to backcountry hiking, and everything in between, Central Oregon offers endless possibilities. An essential part of prepping your body to enjoy the Bend life starts in the gym. Year-round training and conditioning allow you to reach your highest potential both on and off the trails. Timothy Schliebe has owned and operated fitness studios across the country since 1972. Ten years ago, he was drawn to the energy of Central Oregon and founded Schliebe’s L.I.F.T. (Legendary Indoor Fitness Training) in Bend—offering small group fitness classes and personal training sessions for all levels. “The energy and camaraderie at the studio are some of the most appreciated aspects of the L.I.F.T experience,” says Schliebe. “In addition, we provide a safe and highly motivating workout. This team environment, coupled with high-quality training, is what will keep you coming back for more,” he says. WORKOUT Schliebe’s L.I.F.T. holds a variety of small group classes, many of which are HIIT

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CULINARY CREATIONS

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dude food ARTICLE NICOLETTE MARTIN

WHETHER YOU’RE COOKING FOR ONE OR COOKING FOR MANY, THESE EASY DISHES ARE SURE TO IMPRESS ANYONE GATHERED AT YOUR KITCHEN TABLE

FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH WITH JALAPEÑO SLAW INGREDIENTS (SANDWICH) 1 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon ground paprika 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder Cayenne pepper, to taste

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CHANGE UP THE FLAVOR BY CREATING DIFFERENT SLAWS. YOU CAN DO THIS BY ADDING DIFFERENT SEASONING AND HERBS TO THE MAYO.

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts Vegetable oil (as needed) Sesame seed bun Pickles

DIRECTIONS 1. Mix the flour, paprika, garlic powder and cayenne pepper together in a shallow bowl. 2. Fill your skillet with oil to about 1-inch deep and heat to 350 degrees. 3. Coat your chicken breasts in the flour and seasoning mixture, then carefully place them into the heated oil. 4. Cook until golden brown with an internal temperature of 165 degrees. 5. Lightly toast your sesame seed bun, then top with pickles, fried chicken breast and slaw to taste.

FOR THE SLAW Combine mayo, hot sauce, garlic and dill pickle juice with shredded red cabbage, pickled onions and candied jalapeños to taste. Photo by Eaters Collective, Unsplash 30

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IN A BREAKFAST MOOD? CREATE THIS SANDWICH WITH WAFFLES INSTEAD OF A BUN AND ADD SYRUP TO THE CHICKEN ONCE FRIED.

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OVERCROWDING THE SKILLET WILL REDUCE THE OIL’S TEMPERATURE. KEEP THE OIL ABOUT 325 DEGREES WHILE FRYING FOR EVEN COOKING.

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CARNE ASADA STREET TACOS WITH AVOCADO RELISH

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INGREDIENTS (TACOS) 1/2 red onion, coarsely chopped 3 cloves garlic, peeled

MARINATE THE STEAK IN THE REFRIGERATOR FOR UP TO 24 HOURS FOR EXTRA FLAVOR.

2 tablespoons adobo sauce 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 teaspoons cumin 2 teaspoons dried oregano Salt and pepper, to taste Choice of steak Fresh flour or corn tortillas Lime, optional

DIRECTIONS 1. Blend the red onion, garlic, adobo sauce, olive oil and seasoning in a food processor or blender, adding water as needed until smooth. 2. Marinate the steak in the mixture for at least 30 minutes prior to grilling. 3. Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a large grill pan and add the steak, cooking to desired doneness. Let rest in a foil tent for 10 minutes then chop into small pieces and assemble tacos as desired.

FOR THE RELISH Chop and combine the following to taste: avocado, fresh jalapeĂąo, cilantro, onion, lime juice and salt. Top with queso fresco and pepitas as desired. Steak marinade from CulinaryHill.com

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LOADED FRIES WITH BACON AND HERBS INGREDIENTS (CHEESE SAUCE) 1/2 pound white American cheese 1/4 cup milk 1 tablespoon butter Hatch green chiles Cumin, to taste Garlic salt, to taste Cayenne pepper, to taste

DIRECTIONS 1. Add the cheese, milk and butter to a saucepan and heat over low heat until the cheese is melted. You can add additional milk based on how thin you want your sauce to be. 2. When cheese is melted, remove from heat and stir in chiles and seasoning to taste.

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HAVING A PARTY? TRY HAVING A FRY BAR. START WITH FRIES AND CHEESE SAUCE BUT STOCK A VARIETY OF TOPPINGS FOR YOUR GUESTS TO CUSTOMIZE.

3. Pour over crispy fries and top with bacon, caramelized onions and herbs as desired.

CHANGE IT UP Use the cheese sauce as a base, but consider changing up the toppings for unique flavors. Ideas include cajun fries topped with andouille sausage, cajun shrimp and olive tapenade; loaded baked potato fries topped with sour cream, cheddar, bacon and scallions; or buffalo chicken fries topped with buffalo chicken, ranch, blue cheese crumbles and chopped celery. Cheese sauce from EatingOnADime.com

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3 HEAVEN CAN WAIT 5K Drake Park

The annual event, held on National Cancer Survivors Day, raises funds for Sara’s Project which provides education, early detection, and support services to ease the challenges of breast cancer for people in Central and Eastern Oregon. StCharlesHealthcare.org

7 AN EVENING WITH PAULA POUNDSTONE Tower Theatre

Recognized on Comedy Central's list of "The 100 Best Standup Comics of All Time," Paula Poundstone is also a best-selling author, commentator, and voice actor who brings observational humor and spontaneous interaction with the audience to each performance.

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8-10 78TH ANNUAL SISTERS RODEO Sisters Rodeo Grounds

Priding itself with high-quality rodeo stock and high purses, the Sisters Rodeo draws top competitors for events ranging from a buckaroo breakfast to Xtreme Bulls. SistersRodeo.com

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15-17 BITE OF BEND Downtown Bend

This three-day celebration in downtown Bend is devoted to celebrating restauranteurs and food lovers from across the region. Bite of Bend offers food, beer, spirits and music all weekend, plus a marketplace, Beer (and Root Beer) Run, and Top Chef competition. BiteofBend.com CONTINUED >

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19 MICHAEL FRANTI & SPEARHEAD Les Schwab Amphitheater

Michael Franti's Stay Human Tour coincides with the June release of his new album and documentary of the same name. With special guests Victoria Canal and Dustin Thomas. BendConcerts.com

21-24 4 PEAKS MUSIC FESTIVAL Stevenson Ranch

World-class musicians perform in a family-friendly festival setting with Cascade Mountain views at the 100+ acre Stevenson Ranch. Three stages, “Kidlandia,” vendors, campground jams and other acoustic performances highlight the weekend event. 4PeaksMusic.com

22 MIDSUMMER NIGHT IN WHITE H a n d m a d e e y e w e a r f ro m t h e m o u n ta i n s o f I ta ly E xc l u s i v e ly at C e n t r a l O reg o n E y ec a re

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The Summer Solstice sunset celebration benefits Family Resource Center of Central Oregon, a nonprofit with a mission to strengthen and support families in Central Oregon. FRCOnline.org

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22-24 PACIFIC CREST ENDURANCE SPORTS FESTIVAL In and Around Sunriver

The 22nd annual event has something for everyone including the 72.3 BEASTMAN, Olympic & Ultra-Sprint Distance Triathlon/Duathlon/AquaBike, Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K/10K, 28K & 50K Trail Run, Bike Tours and Kids Races. WhyRacingEvents.com

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LOCAL’S CHOICE 01

WHO AM I? PHIL ANDERSON DEFIES SINGULAR DEFINITION: ATTORNEY, FAMILY MAN, TRAVELER, CHILD ADVOCATE. “Growing up, my brothers and I would play outside all day, building obstacle courses, making up games, collecting sticks,” Anderson says. He picked Bend 20 years ago as a place to raise his sons (Max, 21 and Charlie, 17) but stayed for the elixir of mountains, activities and community. 02

OCEAN LOVER: Favorite family memories include adventures to beaches 1. As a young adventurer 2. Favorite skis 3. Phil rode his 1983 Burton Snowboard, signed by "Jake Burton Carpenter"

around the world. “Our family would haul this ginormous mesh bag of snorkel gear everywhere we went,” Anderson says. TRAVELER: While born in Northern California, Anderson moved to Tehran, Iran with his family in first grade and visited 48 countries before the age of 12. The experience instilled a sense of wanderlust. Anderson’s favorite destinations combine the ocean and the exotic, with Sri Lanka and Iceland topping his list. COMPETITOR: Anderson has always enjoyed the mental and physical challenge of sports, competing in cycling, running and CrossFit. “I’m always looking for a new way to be competitive and push myself physically,” he says. “Now that I’m 50, the challenge is real.” FATHER/SON/BROTHER: Family is central to Anderson’s heart. His sons are close to their maternal grandparents, who operate a ranch in Tumalo, and their paternal grandparents, who live in Seattle. Anderson remains close to his brothers, Scott

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and Brian. Anderson’s current joy and challenge is blending his family with the family of his partner Christy Hicks, a local business women with three kids of her own. CHILD ADVOCATE: Anderson has served on the board of directors of Growing Tree Children’s Center and Central Oregon Court Appointed Special Advocates. He was appointed by former governor Ted Kulongoski to the Oregon Child Care Commission. “I made a promise to myself as a child that when I grew up I would not let kids be mistreated,” he says. “To this day, I remember that promise.” ATTORNEY: Anderson received his law degree from the University of Oregon after studying economics and English literature at UC Berkeley. After law school, he clerked for the United States District Court in Eugene before moving to Bend. His law practice focuses on general civil litigation, business transactions, and dispute resolution. PRAAttorney.com

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June 2018 Issue of Bend Lifestyle

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June 2018 Issue of Bend Lifestyle