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EVENTS Caring for what

Matters Most Future of the

Blue Heron Site




Every story has a beadTM

The Perfect Gift...

Just because you love her!

My Mother Knows...LLC

1105 Linn Ave. • Oregon City, OR 97045 (503) 318-3339 • Mon-Sat 11am-6pm • Sundays 12-4pm

Contributing Writers Amber Holveck Brandon Paxton Claire Met Debbie DeRusha Jeri Roberts Julie Paulsen Karen Henson, DVM Kristin Stone Laura Engle Mary O’Dell Sgt. Matt Paschall Robert Kensler Steve Sundholm, DVM

Cover Photo Erika Plummer


Amber Holveck Benchmade Knife Company City of Oregon City Equus Veterinary Service Julie Paulsen Oregon City Evangelical Church Paradise Photography Rae Gordon

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Amber Holveck Executive Director Julie Paulsen Communications Coordinator Karin Morey Information Specialist/Membership

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Welcome From the publisher

Keeping it Local Buying local in a global economy

Produced by

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Tips & Trends

Caring for what matters most 6 Ways to help 12 Mt. Angel Publishing, Inc.

Paula Mabry, President Dixie McCartney, Designer Steve Beckner, Designer Roxanne Hinkle, Sales Scott Stokley, Sales

Events & Festivals 14

In The Know Former Blue Heron mill site


Member Directory 20 Alphabetical Directory 32 Other Resources 35 Taste Of OC Porter Mustard Chicken


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From the publisher From your visits to our office and phone calls, we know that Oregon City residents have been waiting for this issue and the wait is over! Please enjoy your complimentary Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Oregon City Around Town. We hope that you enjoy getting to know the flavor of our local businesses and learn something new from our local experts. Amber Holveck Executive Director

The Oregon City Around Town magazine is a labor of love. It takes many people and the advertising dollars of many businesses to pull a publication like this together. As your Oregon City Chamber

of Commerce, we are devoted to the members of our organization and to our business community. We are dedicated to promoting this community because we are proud to be here and believe that Oregon City is a great place to live, work and visit. We would be honored to have you keep this issue on your coffee table until the next issue comes out which will be the Spring/Summer 2013 issue or share it with others. But most importantly, please support the businesses in our directory and throughout this magazine because they make this publication possible.

Your link to the community for... Dining & Shopping

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Looking out for your well-being It’s what neighbors do. Good neighbors look out for one another. With state-of-the-art hospitals, convenient clinics and easy-to-use health plans, Providence provides exceptional care right in your neighborhood. Providence Milwaukie Hospital 10150 SE 32nd Ave. Milwaukie, OR 97222 503-513-8300

Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center 1500 Division St. Oregon City, OR 97045 503-656-1631

Providence Health Plans 503-574-7500

Providence Medical Group clinics in your area are accepting new patients: Canby 200 S. Hazel Dell Way Immediate care 503-263-9500 Rehabilitation services 503-574-6595 Happy Valley Family medicine/Obstetrics/ Immediate care 16180 SE Sunnyside Road 503-582-4900 Milwaukie Family Medicine Family medicine/Obstetrics 10330 SE 32nd Ave. 503-513-8950

Milwaukie Women’s Clinic Obstetrics/Gynecology 10330 SE 32nd Ave. 503-513-1800

Sunnyside Family/Internal medicine 9290 SE Sunnybrook Blvd. 503-215-2110

Molalla Family/Internal medicine 110 Center Ave. 503-829-2273

West Linn Internal medicine 1899 Blankenship Road 503-513-3350

Oregon City 1510 Division St. Internal medicine 503-650-6880 Surgery 503-723-6525

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Oregon City’s recipe for Buying Local in a Global Economy By Amber Holveck

Executive Director of the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce

Photo courtesy of Benchmade Knife Co.

Ingredients 3 parts 6 parts 4 parts 6 parts

Raw Materials Retail Value Added Products Service

Assess your available Raw Materials. Any good economic recipe calls for a few raw materials. There was a day when Oregon City was brimming with raw materials — timber, fishing, farming, etc. About 100 years ago or so “buying local” was what most people did. Transportation was limited but many raw materials were plentiful. For finer items, merchants had to place orders from many miles away and wait days, weeks or months for their goods to arrive. Oh, how times have changed Oregon City’s economic recipe. Or have they? With a few exceptions, perhaps not much of our recipe has changed but the proportion of ingredients. Today, fewer 4

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raw materials are “harvested” in Oregon City but as population increases so does the labor force, which is a raw material. Despite the decrease in total acres farmed, our residents are fortunate that we still maintain a fairly healthy percentage of production capacity. Local consumers can directly enjoy these raw materials like fruits, veggies, ornamentals and more via the Oregon City Farmers Market and at u-pick farms all over Clackamas County.

Begin by blending 1 part Raw Material with 1 part Retail. Oregon City has a strong example of blending raw materials with retail. Our community can boast a special relationship between Oregon City’s own Serres Greenhouse & Farm and Haggen Food & Pharmacy. Here we have a convenient, modern grocery store that receives daily deliveries of lettuce from a local Oregon City farm. Consumers can purchase from Haggen more Serres produce, like blueberries, tomatoes and green peppers to name a few. Local farms like Serres purchase inputs for their many crops and employ people. They then sell local

produce to a Pacific Northwest owned, neighborhood grocery store which in turn employs people from the area. Both are partners in providing a healthy, local product for your dinner table and contributing to our economy!

Before mixing, allow 1 part Retail to warm to room temperature before mixing. Entrepreneurs have a special influence in any community and entrepreneurs can be part of any of the recipe ingredients. The 2005 beginning of My Mother Knows, LLC, was the fulfillment of a lifetime dream. Mary Heins and her mother shared a dream to operate a shop that would provide a charming array of cards, gifts and inspiration. The owner of My Mother Knows is engaged on the “front lines” of her cheerful gift shop. Mary shares, “My greatest rewards are the relationships developed through our customer service. My customers are part of a huge family who depend on us to meet their shopping needs for all seasons.” My Mother Knows Greetings & Gifts is a


“We live in a global economy” and “Buy local” are two phrases frequently used when referencing our shopping habits and economic development. Materials and products are produced and shipped all around the world and yet we are to buy locally. How can these philosophies co-exist? These are not easy concepts to wrap your brain around, but we decided to try and create a “recipe” that will help you combine these philosophies into your perception of Oregon City’s economy.

destination for regular customers coming from Lake Oswego, Vancouver, etc. Regulars bring their friends and eventually ask for a good place to eat. Mary gladly refers them to our locally owned bakeries and cafes. Not only are “out-of-town” dollars being spent in this business, they are encouraged to stay and spend a little more. This is the power of allowing one part of your Retail ingredient to “warm” to meet the needs of our economy.

Keep all ingredients within easy grasp as you begin blending in Value Added Products. The early examples of Oregon City’s “value added” ingredients were the mills – a woolen mill, flour mill, lumber mill and paper mills. Today’s value added products look more like high tech manufacturing. A great recipe takes advantage of each ingredient’s uniqueness. Fortunately, we don’t all have to be manufacturing experts to appreciate the richness it brings to our recipe. Manufacturing jobs and other value added efforts add a dynamic flavor to our recipe in the form of “new money” and are considered “traded sector”. While there are fewer of these ingredients in our local recipe, it doesn’t take too many to add a strong global flavor. Here’s an example of an entrepreneur who wanted to build the proverbial “better mousetrap.” Starting in a garage in California and eventually building its facility in Oregon City – this is the story of Benchmade Knife Company. Benchmade is an award-winning manufacturing business now employing 180 people with approximately 50% of those employees living in or around Oregon City and our neighboring communities. Benchmade Knife Company does business with over

50 countries worldwide with export sales up 11% year-to-date despite a weakened US dollar. The US is still Benchmade’s largest market, but its export business has been growing steadily for the past several years. Our manufacturers prefer to have their raw materials located as close to home as possible with easy access to roadways, railways, container ships and airlines. They also need ready access to a prepared workforce, one of our raw materials.

Add each part of Service and stir vigorously. When you begin the Service ingredients step, you will notice that there are many kinds of Service available. Because there is such variety it is important to stir in these ingredients vigorously. One prime example is Funnelbox Production Studios. Funnelbox CEO Robb Crocker and his crew are producing creative content in downtown Oregon City and in 10 seconds can send it to an LED display at the Galleria Mall Gap Store in Houston, TX, for onsite digital advertising. This kind of digital age business is actually one of the fastest growing companies in Portland. This ingredient fills an important and growing aspect of Oregon City’s economic recipe. More companies like Funnelbox are choosing Oregon City’s downtown for their “creative” home which is still considered Portland Metro, yet far enough away to have the character and sense of belonging that is ‘so’ Oregon City. Another portion that demonstrates the range of our Service ingredients is restaurants. In fact, some of our restaurants choose locally grown foods in their favorite recipes. What a great connection — raw material, value-added (fixed and prepared) and served on your dinner plate!

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Add in remaining ingredients and blend well. Take care to prevent any ingredients from spilling. Allow the flavors to blend overnight and then enjoy! By now most people are familiar with the slogan “buy local”. It’s simple — if we spend more of our money in our own community it will remain here longer. Not every business in Oregon City can be independently owned and operated. Good can come from spending money with our corporate businesses located in Oregon City, too. Remember that these larger cousins in town can offer a competitive price point, employ our family, friends and neighbors, and pay taxes while contributing to charitable efforts. Our recipe for buying locally in a global economy is not simple. Oregon City’s recipe won’t stand up to the “taste test” if we are missing any one of our ingredients. Get to know and savor Oregon City’s recipe and work to understand the importance of each kind of business in our local economy. Visit for more information.z Oregon City Around Town



Caring for what matters most During the fall and winter months, family and friends are often at the forefront of our thoughts. Back-to-school means backon-schedule. Falls brings Halloween and Thanksgiving. Winter brings Hanukah, Christmas, New Years and Valentines. Gifts, food, and family gatherings dominate many of our thoughts. Two groups that can get lost in the rush are the seniors in our lives and our pets. We asked local experts to share their advice on these two topics to help you prepare for the fall/winter season. In addition, we have included reminders to prevent thefts over the holidays, new guidelines for CPR, and ways you can help others in our community.

An active senior is a happy and healthy senior! Staying active is important for everyone who battles the winter blues. This is especially true for our senior community. With limited outdoor activities available during several months of the year, I am often asked what I would recommend to help seniors stay healthy and active. Below is a quick list of fun and easy ways to stay active, healthy and keep a positive mind set. Attitude is half the battle!

Socialize! It can be easy to use the weath-

recreation centers can arrange transportation to and from their location.

Walk You may not be able to walk outside

• Take precautions when walking outside. Walking sticks can be helpful during these seasons when the ground can be slippery and dangerous.

Swim Swimming is one of the best exer-

• Plan activities during daylight.

cises for seniors. It is low impact and only 15-20 minutes is extremely beneficial for muscles, bones and overall well-being.

• Beware of lethargy. It’s a challenge to stay active in winter and sometimes feels easier to sit and wait for spring to arrive. Call up friends, plan activities or ask family for help. z

Games! Afternoon bingo or card games

Dance/Exercise Get your local senior

tapes that are designed for senior health and are a good alternative to walking or swimming when weather keeps you in.


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• Ask for help with transportation, if necessary.

because of the weather, but you can drive or ride a bus out to your local mall and walk in the quiet times of early morning.

er as an excuse to say inside, so set a weekly schedule for lunch dates with friends. Make an agreement that no one will cancel unless hazardous driving conditions arise or there is a serious medical emergency. center’s calendar and see what dance classes or exercise programs interest you. Most


at local retirement communities or senior centers can help you avoid the “shut-in” feelings of winter.

DVDs/Tapes There are many home exercise

About the author Kristin Stone is the Director of Community Relations at Avamere Living at Berry Park Independent Retirement Living located at 13669 Gaffney Lane, Oregon City. Call 503-656-7614 or visit


Conflicting emotions are normal Do you ever feel at a loss when it is time to visit your parents or grandparents? Do you wonder what to say or how to carry on a conversation? What will you do or have to do during the visit? Emotions play a big part in a relationship with our aging loved ones. Some of us might feel guilty, especially if you haven’t visited in awhile; after all, your life is so busy you just haven’t had the time. You could be experiencing denial, because you are seeing a change in their health but hoping they are okay. Because you want them to be okay, you convince yourself that they haven’t changed. Maybe you feel anger or frustration—resenting the demands of your aging family members or the other family members who can’t or won’t help provide care. You could also be experiencing feelings that you failed, if you didn’t notice the little “signs” that things just aren’t what they used to be with them. Finally, you might have unrealistic expectations of yourself listening to thoughts of “I must do…” or “I should do…”. First, let yourself be as sad as you want. Accept those feelings of guilt — they are normal. Work through your anger and

frustration. Know that it is common to feel conflicting emotions — it’s okay to feel love and anger at the same time. The sooner you accept those emotions that come with the territory the better you and your loved ones will be. When you make your regular visits, there are some pretty easy ways to ensure good quality of life for your aging family members and friends. Be sure to notice if they appear to be losing weight or acting differently. It could be that they are not feeling well but won’t tell you. Is it possible they are not eating properly or forgetting to eat? If they are already receiving Meals on Wheels, check to see if they are actually eating the food. Sometimes an elderly individual will choose to feed his or her pet instead. Make sure their homes are a comfortable temperature for them. Don’t forget to check on their medications, too. Are they taking their prescribed medications as they should? Are they running out? You may be feeling that this topic is nothing but negative, but think about the positive, too. Enjoy the visits with them while you can be together. The most important thing to the seniors in your life is to see your smiling face—this will make them the

The Pioneer Community Center A place where there are no strangers, only friends you haven’t met! The Pioneer Center is a multi-purpose facility, built in 1979, that provides services to seniors and disabled clients in Oregon City and West Linn. We are located at 615 5th Street, Oregon City. For more information, contact 503-657-8287 or visit We provide nutritious meals: Meals on Wheels delivers approximately 40,000 meals a year to over 110 homebound persons a day (7 meals a week). We also provide approximately 9,500 sit-down noon time meals at the Pioneer Center for seniors & low income residents in the community. The Pioneer Center is abuzz with activity Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. We have many recreational

and educational opportunities, such as art and exercise classes, and seminars on financial management and healthy living. Additionally, our seniors are offered day trips to area attractions, computer access, and games such as billiards, pinochle, poker and bingo. Social Services are offered for those in need of legal or energy assistance, caregiver or long term care, basic needs referral, Medicaid & Medicare issues, energy assistance, Christmas gifts, food boxes, food stamps, or protective services. Transportation services are provided five days a week (Monday - Friday) to go shopping, get to medical or hair appointments, for recreation and to get to the Center. z Information provided by Claire Met, Program Assistant at Pioneer Community Center.

happiest. You can see absolute joy in the eyes of a senior who is visiting with their family and friends. Share a story or better yet let them share a story from their childhood with you. If you are looking for some gift ideas that don’t include hankies, candy or perfume, consider these: • Gift certificate to a favorite grocery store, restaurant, or beauty salon/barber shop • Postage stamps, boxes of mixed greeting cards • Newspaper or magazine subscriptions • Baskets of fruit • Avocados — believe it or not these are a favorite of seniors • Clothing items such as sweaters, gloves, scarves z About the author: Mary O’Dell is the Community Relations Director at McLoughlin Place Senior Living located at 1153 Molalla Ave, Oregon City. Call 503-655-3337 or visit

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Caring for your senior loved ones during the holidays The holiday season can be lonely for our community’s seniors, even though they may not be alone. Parents and grandparents of our generation were taught not to be a burden and will not ask for any more of our time than we already squeeze out of our schedules. We need to be the ones to make the effort. Reflecting on years of caring for our community’s seniors during the holiday season, I can recall many very special days. I’d like to share some tips I’ve learned over the years to get our senior loved ones engaged and thankful to share with us in the spirit of the season. It is all too common for our visits to be spent talking or asking about the same old things. Break out of that mold. Bring yourself into their world. Remember or discover something relevant to them and find a way



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to share in that event. For example, I once cared for a one-room schoolhouse teacher. We had lots of fun quizzing each other with math tables. For a veteran I might share patriotic poetry or a book of period planes. We talk about what holidays were like when they were young. How about stringing popcorn and cranberries for the tree — maybe include the grandkids? Gifts are hard to buy for someone with limited space and probably everything they need. Candy can only go so far. • Try looking for a biography of a favorite performer or president from their past. • Find a newspaper or magazine published the year they were born. • Note cards, return address labels and stamps can be useful. • Subscribe to a large print Reader’s Digest. Reach out and give in a way that is meaningful to your beloved senior. They have lots to share if we just show we are interested. z About the author Debbie DeRusha owns two Adult Care Homes in Oregon City — Haven Corner and Prospector Terrace. Call 503-518-4286 or visit


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The good life for seniors

Protect your property during the holidays

In 1982, John Naisbitt’s bestselling book Megatrends predicted that we were transitioning from an industrial age into an “information age.” Sound familiar? And because we were moving into this high tech age, Naisbitt said that human beings in the 21st century would have an increasing need for “high touch.”

The holidays are upon us and everyone is busy running around buying presents or supplies for the holidays. The Oregon City Police Department would like to encourage everyone to keep their property safe.

We are seeing Naisbitt’s predictions come true in the field of aging services in many ways. Certainly our retirement communities have become increasingly high tech. We are always in search of the bigger data “pipe” and more reliable wireless access. Our senior populations are emailing, surfing, and Skyping. They play Wii bowling, and they watch news stories and silly videos on YouTube. Some have even mastered social networking so that they can communicate with their grandkids and, in some cases, great grandkids. Unlike their much younger counterparts, however, today’s seniors didn’t grow up with technology. Consequently they know how to live without out it and because they know how, I feel they can teach the rest of us how to live. When I think about what makes life good for our seniors, I think of four essential ingredients. Living in a beautiful natural setting that restores us every time we look outside. Creating needlework, watercolors, wood carvings, photographs, and stories. Connecting by checking in on each other when we are grieving or unwell and in small ways such as getting to know each other’s pets and playing games together. Finally, learning from each other by telling stories about our lives, the work we did, the places we have lived, the people we love, and our traditions and beliefs.

When you are at local stores and shopping for your family please do not leave a purse or wallet in a shopping cart. Let’s make it hard on the bad guys. Hold that purse or wallet in your hands. We’ve said this before but can’t stress it enough. If you are shopping and you have packages in your vehicle, put them in your trunk and out of view. If the bad guy can’t see what you have, more often than not, they will not break into your car. Remember to always lock your car. When you leave your home for a family function, lock your doors and windows. Burglaries increase during the holiday season. The colder weather during the winter months tends to ice up our vehicles. Every year the Oregon City Police Department takes stolen vehicle reports from people who have left their vehicles running to defrost the windows. Please help us cut down on these winter vehicle thefts. Do not leave your vehicle running unattended. If you need to do this please lock your car and be in the area so you can keep an eye on your vehicle. Never leave your child unattended in a vehicle. The bad guy stealing your car is often focused on the driver’s seat and not the child. He may steal your car and not even know your child is there.

In a high tech age, these gentle touches are grounding and remind me daily of what makes life good. z

The Oregon City Police Department takes pride in serving our community. We would appreciate any help that the community can give us in cutting down on crime in your neighborhood. The Oregon City Police Non Emergency dispatch number is 503-655-8211.z

About the author Laura Engle is the Executive Director at Homewoods on the Willamette located at 17971 SE River Road, Milwaukie. Call 503-659-3600 or visit

About the author Sgt. Matt Paschall is with the Oregon City Police Department located at 320 Warner Milne Road. Contact 503-657-4964 or visit

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Preventing boredom in pets during winter During the long, long months of winter that we have in the Pacific Northwest, we as humans can often find ourselves a little stir crazy indoors. Well, your pet can be even more bored, and not at all interested in watching another re-run of that TV show. When cats and dogs get bored they can do things that can be destructive. Some examples of this are chewing, getting on furniture and counters, urinating or defecating in an inappropriate area of the house, scratching furniture or door frames, and barking. All of these things can be a sign of boredom and can sometimes lead to a condition called separation anxiety. There are things you can do to help your pet with their boredom and with any anxiety they might feel in your absence. When your pet is chewing on items other than their proper toys, first remove that item and replace it with a more appealing toy. Choose a toy of proper size and type for your pet, perhaps one that is flavored or one

you can add a treat to such as kong toys or treat balls. If your pet is chewing on power cords, furniture or items you cannot remove, do not allow your pet access to those areas when you cannot supervise them. When training your dog to choose a toy over something else, play with your dog with the toy, wiggle it in front of them and throw it around. Always praise your dog when you see them choosing to play with the toy. Cats also need toys and theirs can have catnip to encourage play.

During the holidays, pets can become overexcited, confused or frightened. When guests are over keep pets in a quiet part of the house and watch for open doors. Even though your routine might change, try to keep your pets on their normal routine of feeding and exercise. Holidays are not the best time to introduce a new pet to the household.

If you plan to participate in Halloween festivities, such as answering your door to trick-or-treaters, keep pets in a quiet part of the house. Watch for open doors and make sure your pets have ID tags and/ or are micro chipped in case they do get out. Outdoor pets, especially black cats, should be kept indoors on Halloween.

Decorations are a potential risk, such as fake cobwebs being ingested, and should be kept out of reach of pets. Light strands, loose wires and cords can be a serious hazard. Never leave candles, such as those in jack-o-lanterns, unattended especially around puppies and kittens. Make sure your Christmas tree is well secured. Avoid adding preservatives, aspirin Fall/Winter 2012

About the author Jeri Roberts is a Veterinary Technician at Clackamas County Veterinary Clinic located at 1678-F Beavercreek Road, Oregon City. Call 503-657-3171 or visit

Holiday safety tips for pet owners

Keep holiday treats, candies and nuts out of your pet’s reach as they can make your pet quite sick. If eaten, candy wrappers can cause an upset stomach, nuts can cause blockages. Chocolate: unsweetened, dark, bittersweet and baking can be toxic to pets. If your pet eats it, call your veterinarian or animal poison control center as treatment may need to be rendered immediately.


Daily exercise and play are important in helping your pet with boredom. Consult your veterinarian for advice and information regarding behavior changes or problems, and medications or treatments for any of the conditions listed above. z

or sugar to your tree’s water, or keep the water covered. If your pet ingests holiday decorations such as breakable ornaments, tinsel, string, ribbon and thread, it could experience serious internal injuries or death.

Snow globes may contain antifreeze (ethylene glycol). As little as one teaspoon of antifreeze when ingested by a cat can be fatal. The ingredients in liquid potpourri can cause burns to a pet’s skin, eyes or digestive tract.

Holly: Leaves can cause damage, and berries are mildly toxic. Mistletoe and Poinsettia: Not toxic, but the leaves and berries can cause gastrointestinal upset. Lilies: All parts of the plant are toxic to cats. Bulbs (daffodils, tulips): The bulbs are the most poisonous part. Finally, dogs and cats that sleep outdoors should have a snug, dry, draft free place to sleep. Car engines are of particular danger to cats that sleep outside. Cats seek the warmth of car engines, and can be severely injured or killed when caught in the fan belt of a car’s engine. Make it a habit to check under the hood for animals and honk your horn before starting your car. z About the author Dr. Karen Henson is the owner of the Cat’s Meow Cat Clinic located 19743 S Highway 213, Oregon City. Call 503-518-6369 or visit

Tips&Trends CPR easier than ever Care for our larger pets, too Editor’s note: Clackamas County is one of our country’s top 10 counties for horse ownership. While many horse owners don’t conveniently live on their own acreage, many continue their love of horses thanks to many stables throughout rural Clackamas County. Quite a few stables can be found conveniently located just outside Oregon City and in Beavercreek and Redland. Horses are highly valued by their owners and a considerable investment. Thus, good health care and maintenance of this beautiful animal is a must. Keep your horses healthy during the fall and winter months by starting with the basics. Quality feed and a balanced diet are essential. Watch out for moldy hay and plan to increase the amount of feed in cold weather. Pay special attention to pregnant mares, old or young horses, and non-dominant horses. Provide a salt block and make sure your horses are drinking enough water. An average horse consumes approximately 10 gallons of water per day. Colic is the most frequent fall/winter emergency. Cold water can lead to decreased drinking and impaction colic. Check your horses’ water frequently, break any ice, and try to maintain the water temperature at 45– 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Weather, stress, and diet changes all contribute to the risk of colic. Outlined below are some basic year-round guidelines for the care of your horses.

Equine Vital Signs Adult:

Heart Rate Respiratory Rate Temperature

30-40 beats/minute 8-15 breaths/minute 99-101.5° F

Foal: Heart Rate Respiratory Rate Temperature

70-120 beats/minute 20-40 breaths/minute 99-102° F

Vaccine Recommendations Core Vaccines:


• Tetanus • Eastern/Western Encephalomyelitis (Spring) • West Nile (Spring) • Rabies Every 6 mo. • Flu/Rhino

Risk Based Vaccines: Yearly • Intranasal Strangles • Intranasal Influenza Every 6 mo. • Potomac Horse Fever

Photo courtesy of Equus Veterinary Clinic

Practical Horse Information • “1, 2, 3 Rule” — Newborn foals should be standing by 1 hour and nursing by 2 hours after birth. The mare’s placenta should pass by 3 hours post foaling. • Start annual dental exams by 1 year of age. Most horses require yearly teeth floating and dental maintenance. • Contact your equine veterinarian about a deworming schedule for your horse. • Feeding 3 quarts of wheat bran (mixed into a mash with warm water) once weekly during cold weather may help prevent impaction colics. • All eye injuries or abnormalities require immediate veterinary attention. • When cleaning wounds, use 2% Chlorhexidine solution (Nolvasan) diluted as follows: 25cc Nolvasan to 1 quart water or 1 teaspoon Nolvasan to 1 cup water. • Grass sugars (carbohydrates) are lowest in the pasture from 3-10 AM. Any turnout of horses at risk for lamimitis should be done during this time and avoid afternoon grazing. • Make all feed changes slowly over 10-14 days, even with new shipments of the same hay. • Feed at least 70% of your horse’s diet as forage (hay or pasture). • Grain meals should be divided into at least 2-3 feedings per day to avoid digestive problems. z About the author Dr. Steve Sundholm is the owner of Equus Veterinary Service, located at 14671 S. Leland Rd, Oregon City. Contact 503-632-2100 or visit

Each year 383,000 out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrests occur throughout the United States, with nearly 88 percent of them occurring at the victim’s home. It is due to this staggering statistic that Clackamas Fire District #1 would like to encourage its citizens to get CPR trained. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR, is an easy way to make a life saving difference and to give a victim of cardiac arrest a better chance of survival. Now, learning and performing CPR could not be easier as the American Heart Association is recommending “Hands only CPR.” This means that CPR no longer requires the rescuer to perform mouth-to mouth resuscitation in order to be effective. It has been proven that performing hard and fast chest compressions provides the downed victim with adequate blood flow to vital organs, thereby increasing the chances of survival until help can arrive. An easy way to remember the pace for giving compressions is to sing the song “Staying Alive” by the Bee Gees. A victim’s chance of surviving sudden cardiac arrest is increased when the “Chain of Survival,” is in place. The chain of survival includes five vital links and drastically increases the chances of a victim surviving the event. The 5 links in the adult Chain of Survival are: • Immediate recognition of cardiac arrest and activation of the emergency response system • Early cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with an emphasis on chest compressions • Rapid defibrillation • Effective advanced life support • Integrated post-cardiac arrest care More information about the life-saving effects of learning CPR are available at the American Heart Association website at or by calling Clackamas Fire District #1 at 503-742-2600. z About the author Brandon Paxton is the Public Information Officer for Clackamas Fire District #1. His office is located at 2930 SE Oak Grove Blvd. Milwaukie. His direct number is 503-742-2693.

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Ways to help There are many tangible ways for you to make a difference for those having a rough time this holiday season. Individuals, families, churches and businesses can easily contribute money, time and other resources. The words of an individual helped by one of these organizations are well worth reading: “You’ve made our Christmas so much merrier at a time when our lives were so chaotic. You’ll never know how much we appreciate it.” Please consider making a difference this season by choosing one or more of these worthy efforts!

A Hero’s Wish No Soldier Left Behind will be collecting donations to provide veteran families with Thanksgiving meals and the whole Christmas package (Trees, Gifts & Santa) each year! To support the program and join them during the event please contact Rick Collier at 503-305-8049 or at

Thanksgiving Day Dinner St. John the Apostle Catholic Church provides a free, sit down dinner for Thanksgiving to those in unfortunate situations. Warm clothes are also made available at no cost to individuals during the Thanksgiving Day meal. Bring your clean, well-cared-for clothing to donate to St. Johns Catholic Church. Contact the church office to volunteer, 503-742-8430.

Annual Wreath Sale October through November 17 Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th Street Order a fresh holiday wreath and support the Pioneer Center’s many senior and disabled programs. 22" diameter wreaths are $17. Call 503–657–8287 to place your order.

Beavercreek Lions Club Christmas Food & Gift Baskets Beavercreek Lions have collected items for local families in need for 25 years and help 120 families. To donate, drop non-perishable food and/or unwrapped toys in the decorated barrels that are located at all schools within the Oregon City School District. There is also a toy drop box at BCT on Henrici Rd. For more information, call 503-342-6699.

Clackamas Women’s Services CWS offers shelter and care to local survivors of domestic violence. The best way to support these families is to purchase gift cards allowing these moms to purchase gifts for their children. Otherwise donate cash or 12

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unwrapped gifts like warm robes for moms and toys for kids. There are opportunities to adopt a family, too. Call 503-722-2366 x102.

Compassion in Action Clackamas County CiACC matches members of the community, service organizations and companies who contribute their time and resources, providing holiday food boxes & toys, with families and/or individuals in need. Go to the website for easy ways to donate to this effort! Contact CiACC at 503-632-0562 or via

Fill a Stocking, Fill a Heart A local non-profit organization assisting over 20 agencies in Clackamas County by providing their neediest clients with a filled stocking during the holidays. Explore ways to help on our website or your cash donation is always welcome. Checks may be written to FASFAH and sent to PO Box 1255, Oregon City OR 97045. Our message phone is 503-632-0577.

Giving Trees are located at schools, churches and businesses around town. Select a tag with gift request from the tree and deliver the gift(s) back to the location where you picked up the tag and the gift will be delivered to the recipient’s home.

H.O.P.E. Helping Other People Eat Emergency food network sponsored by five Oregon City church sites. Food or cash donations are always needed, as well as clothing donations through the Oregon City Church of the Nazarene. H.O.P.E. is a year round effort. To donate money, send a check to: Alice Hayden, H.O.P.E. Treasurer, c/o First Presbyterian Church, PO Box 1718, Oregon City.

Love INC Love INC of Clackamas County is a network of local churches working together to help our communities poor. They connect people with resources and provide clothing, donated furniture, bicycles and household items. Volunteers help with home maintenance/ repair, budget counseling, and more.

Oregon City Elks Christmas Basket Each year the Oregon City Elks put together 500+ Christmas Baskets. These baskets contain canned goods, dry goods, fresh vegetables, and a large turkey — everything needed for a wonderful Christmas dinner. Donate food items via collection barrels at area schools Oct to Nov. You can also make cash donations to: Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189, Attn: Christmas Baskets, 610 McLoughlin Blvd., Oregon City.

Operation Santa Claus A program of Clackamas Fire District #1 Fire district volunteers and employees lead Santa’s fire engine parade down neighborhood streets to collect toys and non-perishable food items for holiday baskets for needy families. See the parade schedule at

Needing help this year? If you or someone you know needs holiday assistance, please contact Compassion in Action Clackamas County. They match up those with needs with those who wish to help. To sign up for assistance, you must apply between October 15 and December 5, 2012; please be prepared to supply the last four digits of a valid social security number for all members of the household. Applications are available at Department of Human Services offices throughout the county. z

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Schedule a speaker on energy efficiency, waste reduction, solar power and sustainability. Learn more at

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Events & Festivals In Oregon City there is an activity for every member of the family to enjoy! Farmers Markets, Ghost Tours, Halloween and Holiday events, theatrical and musical performances, and educational opportunities. We have gathered a broad selection of events taking place from October through March. For more information about these events and many others taking place, consult the Oregon City Chamber website at or the websites included here.

October Halloween Fantasy Trail


October 1 –31, Everyday 12–5 pm and 7–10 pm Wenzel Farm, 19754 South Ridge Rd Take a Halloween walk through a lighted, wooded, “Fantasy Trail” decorated with spooky sights and sounds, and more! Adults: $5.00, Children 12 and under: $4.00.

Photo courtesy of Oregon City Evangelical Church

OCHS Homecoming Parade and Game: OCHS vs. Clackamas


October 19, Parade begins at 4:30 pm; Football game begins at 7 pm Parade begins at Gardiner Middle School proceeds down Linn Avenue to Jackson Street to Pioneer Memorial Stadium. Football game played at Pioneer Memorial Stadium. Cost: Game admission is $5 for adults/$4 for students.

Enneagram: “Why aren’t you more like me?”


Sunday, October 21, 10 am–4 pm Historic Ainsworth House, 19130 Lot Whitcomb Dr This one day workshop is an introduction to the Enneagram and is a well established tool for personal growth and spiritual direction that can be both life-altering as well as life long. It encourages better self (and other) understanding and communication. Laughter guaranteed! $35 per person/$55 per couple. Contact Kevin Yell at 503-656-1894.

Spirits of Historic Oregon City: Scandals, Scoundrels & Shenanigans


Saturday, October 27, 6–9 pm Walk the McLoughlin neighborhood while listening to local lore of some of


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Oregon City’s shady characters and happenings. Our cast of characters will entertain as you visit the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House, McLoughlin House, Atkinson Memorial Church, and (for one night only) the Carnegie Library Park Burial Grounds. Take time to enjoy live music at the Library and visit the Market Place at the Pioneer Center to shop and have some light refreshments. A short drive to the Rose Farm will give you a glimpse of life in an Oregon City 19th century home. One-hour walking tours depart every 15 minutes from the Pioneer Community Center beginning at 6 pm, with the last leaving at 8:45 pm. Tickets are $12 each and can be purchased at the Best Western Rivershore Hotel, or by calling 503-655-7141. Tickets are limited, so call early! Tour is not handicap accessible.

Oregon Old Time Fiddlers


Saturday, October 27, 6–9 pm Oregon City Public Library, 606 John Adams St The Oregon Old Time Fiddlers Association is one of the best old time fiddle music groups in the United States. They will be performing at the library as part of the “Scandals, Scoundrels and Shenanigans” event.

ExploreOC Clackamette’s 48th Annual Gem and Rock Show


Saturday, October 27, 9 am–6 pm; Sunday, October 28, 10 am–5 pm. Clackamas County Fairgrounds, Main Pavilion Building, Canby Free admission and parking. Door Prizes, Display Cases, Fluorescent Show, Silent Auction, Kids’ Corner, as well as numerous dealers, vendors and much more.

Trick-or-Treat on Main Street


Wednesday, October 31, 4:30 – 6:30 pm Sponsored by City of Oregon City and the Downtown merchants.

Swamp Swim


Wednesday, October 31. Dry Land Games: 6–8 pm, Swimming: 7:30–9 pm Oregon City Municipal Pool, 1211 Jackson St Prizes and games for all ages and tons of candy and toys. Children 8 years and younger must be with an adult in the water! FREE if in Costume!

Fall Family Fun Festival


Wednesday, October 31, 6–8 pm, Oregon City Evangelical Church, 1024 Linn Ave Come to this FREE, fun, family-oriented Harvest Party and Carnival for families with children up to the 6th grade. Carnival games, crafts, and lots of candy!

November Women’s Wellness Series It’s All in Your Head: Women and Headaches


Thursday, November 1, 7–8:30 pm Providence Willamette Falls Community Center, 519 15th St If you have a headache, you’re not alone. Nine out of 10 Americans suffer from headaches. Some are occasional; some are frequent. Some are dull and throbbing; others cause debilitating pain and nausea. Join Providence experts as they discuss why headaches occur and what can be done to treat and prevent them. Presentations are free, but registration is requested by calling Providence Resource Line, 503-574-6595.

BCT’s 6th Annual Holiday Craft Bazaar

Fall Concert


Saturday, November 3, 10 am–4 pm Beavercreek Elementary School, 21944 S. Yeoman Rd, Beavercreek 90+ vendors selling items perfect for gift giving this holiday season. For more information, 503-632-2537 or

Taste of Clackamas County 4th Annual Dinner and Auction


Thursday, November 8, 6–9 pm Abernethy Center, 606 15th St The cost of dinner allows you to enjoy a buffet of signature dishes from Clackamas County restaurants. Only 250 seats available. Tickets are $20 per person. Reserve your table of 10. Make bids on the many silent and oral auction items or purchase raffle tickets. All proceeds benefit Fill a Stocking, Fill a Heart. Contact us at,, or

26th Annual Oregon City High School Bazaar


Saturday, November 10, 9 am–4 pm; 19761 S Beavercreek Rd — in the Commons & Main Gym Sponsored by the OCHS Wrestling Team. Come shop at more than 70 vendor booths offering a variety of crafts and gifts. Contact: Denise Andersen at 971–563–7306.

Gala at the Falls


Saturday, November 10, 6 pm Abernethy Center, 606 15th St Dinner and auction presented by Providence Willamette Falls Medical Foundation. Proceeds will be used to establish a cardiac rehabilitation facility. Tickets are $175 per couple or $100 per person. Call 503-650-6809 or visit


Sunday, November 11, 3 pm Oregon City United Methodist Church, 18955 S South End Rd Presented by Willamette Falls Symphony. Music includes Beethoven 6: Pastoral and Stravinsky: Firebird Suite. Tickets are available at the door: $12 Adult, $10 Student and Senior, and Children under 12 free with adult or senior.

St. Nicholas Faire

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November 30 and December 1, 10 am–4 pm; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 822 Washington St Shop for hand-made gifts, jewelry and apparel from more than 20 crafters. A soup and sandwich lunch will be served with several choices available, plus a bake sale and a jelly and jam cupboard. St. Nicholas will be on hand Saturday for photographs. The Children’s Center will receive all proceeds from the themed basket raffle, a popular annual feature of the Faire. For more information contact MaryLou Gunis at 503-266-9240.

December Christmas Fantasy Trail


December 1 – 29, Monday through Saturday, 6–9 pm (Closed Dec 24 & 25); Wenzel Farm, 19754 South Ridge Rd Take a Christmas walk through a lighted, wooded “Fantasy Trail”, decorated with thousands of lights for your Christmas enchantment, and more! Adults: $5.00, Children 12 and under: $4.00.


You will be dazzled by thousands of beautiful ornaments and life-like plush animals from around the world.


503.223.4048 Oregon City Around Town


ExploreOC Downtown Oregon City. Music and refreshments will be available and don’t forget your camera.

5th Annual Three Rivers Artist Guild Holiday Show


Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and 2, 10 am–4 pm Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th St Do your holiday shopping early “GIFT LOCAL-GIFT UNIQUE” at the 5th Annual Holiday Show in the Pioneer Community Center. There will be 35 to 40 local artists selling their hand crafted work just perfect for that special gift. Maybe Santa will make an appearance!

Light Up a Life Celebration

5 Photo courtesy of City of Oregon City

The Stevens-Crawford Heritage Holiday Open House


Saturday, December 1, 10 am–4 pm 603 Sixth St All are invited to enjoy the many fascinating rooms in this historic home, festively decorated for the season by the Oregon City Women’s Club and numerous local garden clubs. Includes live music and refreshments. For engaging tours during the holidays, visit the Stevens-Crawford House Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 12–3:30 pm, through December 15.

Annual Tree Lighting


Saturday, December 1, 4:30 pm Liberty Plaza on Main St Please join Santa and Mrs. Claus for the annual tree lighting event in Historic

Wednesday, December 5, 6-7 pm Oregon City Shopping Center, 1900 SE McLoughlin Blvd Presented by Providence Hospice. Memories of loved ones can light up our lives throughout the year. Your contribution to Light up a Life will help Providence meet the needs of hospice patients and their families throughout the year, while giving you a heartfelt way to pay tribute to a loved one. The name of the person you are remembering will be written on a heart-shaped ornament and placed on the Light up a Life tree. To find out how to participate, please call 503-215-4622.

Old Fashioned Holiday Bazaar


Saturday, December 8, 10 am–4 pm Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th St Presented by the Oregon City Lions Club. Handcrafted gifts & accessories, local artists and merchants, Christmas music, refreshments, $15–$25 U-Cut Christmas Tree coupons! Proceeds from this event will help the Oregon City Lions Club provide benefits to local families in need. For more information, call Michelle Don at 503–518–8808 or visit

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Oregon City High School Drama Department, Clackamas Community College Main Stage Theatre, New Century Players, Krayon Kids and Oregon City Children’s Theatre are local theatre groups that put on a variety of quality performances during the fall and winter months.

Events at the Library The Oregon City Public Library is located in the Carnegie Center at 606 John Adams Street. They have scheduled a variety of events for all ages during the winter months. There are book groups, crafts for children, teen advisory group activities, live musical performances, and a documentary film series. Check the schedule on their website for specifics.

Oregon City Farmers Market Every Saturday during October, 9:00 am–2:00 pm, 2051 Kaen Road. First and third Saturdays, November 2012 through April 2013, 10:00 am– 2:00 pm. 8th and Main Streets, Downtown. For more information, visit

January 20/20 Celebration of Sight & Sound


Sunday, January 20, 5–10 pm Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th St Special celebrity guests, Silent & Live Auctions, no-host drinks, catered dinner and live music performances from award winning acts, including R&B and blues. Tickets are $30 individuals, $50 couples. Seating is limited, so purchase as early as possible. Proceeds benefit the 1190 KEX Kids Fund. For more information and for tickets, go to

The Homecoming: A Christmas Story



7th Annual Texas Hold’em Tournament

December 12 – 15, 7:30 pm Oregon City High School Mainstage Theatre, 19761 S Beavercreek Rd Presented by the Oregon City High School Theatre Arts Dept. Based on Earl Hamner Jr.’s novel The Homecoming: a novel from Spencer’s Mountain, this story was the basis for the popular television show The Waltons. Tickets: $9.00


Theatrical Performances


Friday, February 1, 5:30 pm; Museum of the Oregon Territory, 211 Tumwater Rd Presented by Rotary Club of Oregon City. $125 includes buy in and fabulous buffet dinner. Game starts at 7 pm. Win cash prizes. Proceeds benefit community causes and worldwide endeavors to access water and promote peace and eradicate polio. Space is limited. Register at

ExploreOC Family Focus Forum


Saturday, February 9, 9 am–3 pm Oregon City High School, 19761 S Beavercreek Rd A FREE, full-day event, including over 20 workshops geared towards supporting families and enhancing parenting skills. There will also be representatives from a variety of organizations and agencies providing valuable information on resources available throughout the community. Lunch and childcare (for school aged children) provided with preregistration. This event is sponsored by Oregon City School District with support from businesses and other community partners.

State of the City Address & Luncheon


Friday, February 22, 11:30 am–1 pm; Location TBA This annual event brings together business leaders and community members to hear the State of our City. All are invited to attend the luncheon and address by Mayor Doug Neeley. Seats may be reserved for this event beginning on January 23, 2013 via

Crab Fest 2013


Saturday, February 23 Social at 5 pm with Dinner 6–8 pm. Museum of the Oregon Territory, 211 Tumwater Rd Enjoy a fresh Oregon Dungeness Crab Dinner, featuring a Wine Pull and Raffle. Tickets are $40 pre event and $50 day of event which includes a $25 donation to Clackamas County Historical Society. Sponsorships available offering multiple tickets and use of Tumwater

20/20 Celebration of Sight & Sound Photo courtesy of Rae Gordon

Room for 1 upcoming event. Purchase tickets online at

March Spring Concert


Sunday, March 17, 3 pm Oregon City United Methodist Church, 18955 S South End Rd Presented by Willamette Falls Symphony. Music Includes sounds of Ireland and the Youth Concerto winners. Tickets are available at the door: $12 Adult, $10 Student and Senior, and Children under 12 free with adult or senior.

10th Annual Irish Stew Cook-Off


Thursday, March 22, 5:30 – 7:30 pm Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th St Hosted by the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce. The color of the day is green and lots of fun and fund-raising is on the menu for the 10th Annual Irish Stew Cook-Off. Chefs create their special Irish Stew recipes that are judged on taste and aroma by impartial judges. Chefs will also be judged on their fund-raising efforts and decorating abilities. Everyone is invited to buy a tasting spoon for $5 (children 10 and under are free), sample all the stews, and vote for their favorite. Enjoy a no-host bar and live music. z

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What does future hold for former

Blue Heron mill site? Local and regional leaders are investigating the site where the former Blue Heron Paper Mill once operated. This land steeped in cultural and industrial heritage could provide a rare opportunity to once again connect the public with the Willamette riverfront and one of its best treasures, the Falls, while supporting Oregon City’s vision for the future. Photo courtesy of City of Oregon City

The Blue Heron Paper Mill, which closed permanently in February 2011, was busy with the sights and sounds of paper mill production for over 100 years. Amidst the gray clouds of 175 people losing their jobs, some believe a silver lining awaits: “If this is done right it could be the most important development project that Oregon City’s seen for some time,” stated Oregon City Mayor Doug Neeley.

long-term vision for Oregon City and the region. The four values are:

Truly, we should be excited when you consider the possibilities. 23 acres located along the Willamette River tucked in on the Oregon City side of Willamette Falls with easy access to Hwy 99E and I-205. Distinctive character is rooted in this site, too — ancient Native American fishing, first long-distance transmission of electricity, the Oregon City Woolen Mills, and more. Normally, property like this would be relatively easy to sell for redevelopment.

• Economic Development, creating opportunities that will return the site to private developers and implement Oregon City’s vision for downtown; and

• Cultural Interpretation, seizing on the opportunity to share the value that is woven into the fabric of Oregon City’s history; • Public Access, providing visitors an opportunity to reconnect with the Willamette River and Falls;

• Ecological Restoration, investing to re-establish and enhance native plant communities and improving water quality along this ecologically diverse stretch of the Willamette.

As exciting as this opportunity is, it is also extremely complicated. The significant unknowns on the site, particularly the liabilities, costs of demolition and long-term management of the site, must be studied. Any decision must balance the potential of a spectacular statewide destination with the commitment to spend taxpayer dollars responsibly.

Metro and the trustee of the former site have signed an agreement that allows the property to be investigated. During this investigation period, the property is still on the market; it is not Metro’s or the partners’ intent to stand in the way of private investment or interest. On the contrary, this work is intended to eliminate barriers to private investment on the site.

The significance of this project is such that it requires involvement by an array of public partners. Oregon City, Metro and other partners have agreed to four equally-important values, which they feel work together to create a product reflects a positive,

The first phase of this project, which is currently underway, involves conducting the studies of the site that are necessary to: 1) understand as fully as possible the site’s significant liabilities and opportunities and determine if the acquisition is in the


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public’s best interest, and; 2) strengthen the partnership and create a framework for public confidence. If the investigations result in a decision that the project should move forward, a contract will be negotiated with the trustee and the next phase of the project will begin. No development plans have been created for the property yet. Oregon City requires that a project of this size be guided by a master planning process. This public process would help identify the development possibilities, such as hotels, apartments, retail, light industrial, tourism, parks, etc. It will likely be several years before we see any significant rehabilitation. When that time comes, it sounds like downtown neighbors will be ready. “We’re looking forward to welcoming 1st through 5th Streets back into downtown Oregon City!” proclaimed Downtown Manager Lloyd Purdy. The community of Oregon City should understand that a Master Plan kicks off an intensive effort of public engagement allowing each of us to have a part in what happens. Oregon City Economic Development Manager Eric Underwood shared, “I believe there is an opportunity to have a development as unique as the property, resulting in a product of the community. The only way to develop this product of the community is for the community to get involved when that time comes.” z

ow do we advocate for businesses?

The Oregon City Chamber played a vital role in reducing the total closure time of the Arch Bridge and pushed back he closing until after the Christmas shopping season. When Oregon City Chamber businesses needed a voice, Amber Holveck went to bat and brought ODOT to the table.

ow can you get involved?

Develop your relationships with other local businesses via weekly and monthly networking events. Committee participation develops relationships with other business and community leaders. Stay informed via website, newsletter, email, social media.

How can you market your business?

goes to bat for your business

The Oregon City Chamber has been a huge boost for our business. We have been able to improve and grow our business through exposure in the community and relationships with other local businesses. We are very thankful we made a decision to join the Chamber and get involved!”

Amber Holveck, Executive Director

can you market Be a partHow our team! yourof business?

Shawnda Horn, Double J Construction, Inc.get involved? How do we~advocate How can you for businesses? Develop your relationships with • The Oregon City Chamber played a vital role in reducing the total closure time of the Arch Bridge and pushed back the closing until after the Christmas shopping season. When Oregon City Chamber businesses needed a voice, Amber Holveck went to bat and brought ODOT to the table.

other local businesses via weekly and monthly networking events.

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• Committee participation develops relationships with other business and community leaders.

• Stay informed via website, newsletter, email, social media.

“The Oregon City Chamber has been a huge boost for our business. We have been able to improve and grow our business through exposure in the community and relationships with other local businesses. We are very thankful we made a decision to join the Chamber and get involved!” —Shawnda Horn, Double J Construction, Inc.

…be a part of our team! 2012 Chamber Board of Directors

Front row left to right: Mark Ellingson (Lewis & Clark Bank), Vice Chair Vicki Smith (Clackamas Community College Foundation), Vicki Yates (Singer Hill Café), Chair-Elect Tim Aye (McLarens Carpet One), and Past-Chair Hope Loose (It Figure$ Bookkeeping).

Mother Knows…), David Frasher (City of Oregon City — City Manager), Jodi Moses (JNM Plumbing), Ray Stobie (Oregonians Credit Union), Derek Metson (Greenbox Architecture), and Board Chair Mike McCarroll (Minuteman Press).

Back row left to right: Larry Didway (Oregon City School District — Superintendent), Dr. Joanne Gordon (Natural Health Works), Mary Heins (My

Not pictured: Daniel Kirkham (Ad Specialties of Oregon NW), Treasurer Laurel Lukesh (Citizens Bank), and Blane Meier (First City Cycles). Oregon City Around Town



If Joint Pain Wasn’t A Problem, What Would You Do?

This directory is organized by category to help you find a local business to meet your needs. All are members of the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce as of September 12, 2012. Gold Club members are designated by a star. Chairman’s Circle members are designated by their logo. An alphabetical directory of members begins on page 32.

H  The Morrissey Group LLC

Accountants – Bookkeeping

Comprehensive Tax Service LLC

720 Center St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-3305

Guardian Tax & Accounting, LLC

H  Natural Health Works, PC

729 Molalla Ave, Ste 5����������������������������������������������� 503-657-2550 660 Portland Ave, Gladstone 97027������������������������� 503-650-0049

It Figures Bookkeeping

Gladstone 97027������������������������������������������������������� 503-467-9461 Accountants – Certified Public

Kari Mitchell Accounting, P.C.

605 High St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-8818

Plus Minus, Inc.

615 8th St������������������������������������������������������������������ 503-594-2895

Rogers Financial Services

2895 S Beavercreek Rd���������������������������������������������� 503-655-7153

Go for a walk Ride a bike Have fun with the grandkids It’s time for fun again… It’s time to get your life back

Shari Anderson, CPA

Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-655-9964

Acupuncture Dr. Joanne Gordon, Physician 710 John Adams St��������������������������������������������������� 503-722-7776

Oregon City Acupuncture

Scott Stuart, L.A.C. 619 Madison St #110������������������������������������������������ 503-653-1468 Advertising

BDC Advertising, Inc.

706 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-723-5723

Family Values Magazine, Inc.

Oregon City, OR 97045���������������������������������������������� 503-632-5908

Opportunity’$ Knocking

PO Box 1362, Sherwood 97140������������������������������� 503-413-0657

Luxury Memory Care & Assisted Living

Your Joint Pain Program starts with personalized care using the best of regenerative medicine and medical acupuncture.

Call and ask how you can qualify for a free diagnostic exam.


Call 503.655.3337 1153 Molalla Ave. Oregon City, OR 97045

Comprehensive Tax Service

729 Molalla Ave., Suite 5 Oregon City, Oregon 97045 (503) 657-2550 •

710 John Adams St. Oregon City, OR 97045 20

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Locally owned and operated by licensed Enrolled Agents and Tax Consultants to help with all your tax, bookkeeping and payroll needs. We offer free e-filing and are open year around. #27789C



MemberDirectory Advertising – Promotional Products

Ad Specialties of Oregon NW, Inc

Tigard 97224������������������������������������������������������������� 503-829-2402

H  Stitch-N-Embroidery

408 Beavercreek Rd #406����������������������������������������� 503-557-9090 Ambulance Services


9800 SE McBrod Ave, Milwaukie 97222������������������ 503-659-6987 Apartments

The Landing

14760 Scarlet Oak����������������������������������������������������� 503-303-4094 Architects

Greenbox Architecture LLC

McLoughlin Place

1153 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-655-3337

Oregon City Adult Care Home, LLC

182 Warner Parrott Rd����������������������������������������������� 503-656-4955

Hibbard Caldwell Schultz & Stalnaker, PC

1301 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-656-5238

Sherrie K. Goff, P.C.

Citizens Bank

1001 Molalla Ave #200��������������������������������������������� 503-656-5200 294 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-656-1860 Attractions

Historic Oregon City

Gail Yazzolino, Administrative Director 1726 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-657-9336

Paul’s Mobile Auto Detail

Milwaukie 97222������������������������������������������������������ 503-887-0256

Three Rivers Artist Guild

275 Beavercreek Rd #125����������������������������������������� 503-722-5885

Gilman Park Assisted Living Residence

2205 Gilman Park Dr������������������������������������������������� 503-657-5700

Haven Corner/Prospector Terrace LLC

19352/19360 Prospector Terrace������������������������������ 503-518-4286

503-518-8808 19245 Molalla Ave • Oregon City

Lewis & Clark Bank

Mark Ellingson, VP/ Relationship Manager 1900 McLoughlin Blvd #67, Oregon City 97045 ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 503-212-3200

Auto Repair 19138 S Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������� 503-655-7737

Assisted Living Facilities

1400 S Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-657-2223

Dan’s Auto Service

Stephanie Gillette, Owner PO Box 1001�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-3892 Gallery – 502 7th St PO Box 2648 , Oregon City 97045

Key Bank

Auto Parts & Services

Iselin Architects P.C.

Stephanie Gillette’s Bright Art

Laurel Lukesh, Vice President/Branch Manager 19245 Molalla Ave #1����������������������������������������������� 503-518-8808

Clackamas Auto Parts

1009 Main St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-4244


Joshua Rief, Banking Center Manager 1841 S Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-656-1681

Bank of the West


1300 John Adams #106�������������������������������������������� 503-380-7114 1307 Seventh St�������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-1942


Bank of America

H  Hilltop Collision Center





15717 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie 97267�������� 503-344-4476

Oregon City Awards

1005 Main St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-0806 Bakeries

Wrightberry’s Cakes & Cupcakes

Care for Pain, Stress, Allergies and more using Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, ETPS, NAET Call or visit online today 616 Madison St. #110 Oregon City, OR 97045


820 Main St #C���������������������������������������������������������� 503-344-4946

Specializing in Business Banking Services • Small Business Loans • Lines of Credit • Deposit Services • Commercial Real Estate

Community Banking

Local Lenders. Local Decisions. Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory Pacific West Bank

2040 8th Ave, West Linn 97068������������������������������� 503-905-2222

Wells Fargo Bank

1751 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-657-2669

Bicycle Sales, Accessories, Repairs

H  First City Cycles

Blane Meier, Owner 916 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-344-4901 Books

Friends of the Oregon City Public Library

502 7th St������������������������������������������������������������������ 503-594-0261 New & used books, movies, CD’s. Art Gallery. Business Consultants

7800 SW Durham Rd #400, Portland 97224����������� 503-620-8855 Churches

H  Living Hope Church

Mike Albin, Pastor 19691 Meyers Rd������������������������������������������������������ 503-655-7390

H  Oregon City Evangelical Church

1024 Linn Ave������������������������������������������������������������ 503-656-8582

H  Reformation Covenant Church

West Coast Bank

1201 JQ Adams St����������������������������������������������������� 503-656-9444

19550 Molalla Ave #139������������������������������������������� 503-723-5036

St Paul’s Episcopal Church


Oregon City Barber Shop

19376 Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-518-2665

The Barbers

1416 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-342-6630

Clackamas Small Business Development Center

Rob Campbell, Director 7736 SE Harmony Rd #172, Milwaukie 97222�������� 503-594-0738

Trinity Lutheran Church & School

16000 S Henrici Rd���������������������������������������������������� 503-632-5554

Big Dog Coffee

TLC Carpet Cleaning

13895 Fir St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-9470

822 Washington St���������������������������������������������������� 503-656-9842


Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

Beer & Wine Distributors

H  General Distributors Inc.


Portland Catering Company

Gladstone 97027������������������������������������������������������� 503-595-5379

107 Molalla Ave.�������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-3200

Coffee Rush

900 Main St #102������������������������������������������������������ 503-742-9900 Collection Services

Accurate Collection Service, LLC Christian Education for all ages: Sunday 9:30 am Sunday Worship: 10:45 am Teen Dept: Wednesday 6:45 pm Small groups — meeting times vary 19691 Meyers Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045

708 Main St #204������������������������������������������������������ 503-328-0151 Computer Services

H  Metro IT

1980 Willamette Falls Dr #120-293West Linn 97068���503-451-2138 Construction/Remodeling

Double J Construction Inc.

PO Box 2213�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-5295

F & F Structures, Inc.

1300 John Adams St #100���������������������������������������� 503-657-7010

Sunlight Solar Energy, Inc.

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Accessories, Apparel & Parts

Bicycles  Repairs Accessories  Apparel Tours  Rentals

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402 S Beavercreek Rd #109�������������������������������������� 503-705-9550 Consumer & Business Services

Better Business Bureau

4004 SW Kruse Way Place #375, Lake Oswego 97035�����503-212-3022 Cosmetics

Mary Kay Cosmetics

PO Box 97������������������������������������������������������������������� 503-631-3217 Counselors

Jerry Ryan Counseling, LLC

19142 S Molalla Ave, Ste A��������������������������������������� 503-348-6177

MemberDirectory Credit Unions

H  Clackamas Federal Credit Union

270 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-656-0671

Northwest Community Credit Union

1689 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-656-9601

OnPoint Community Credit Union

19753 S Highway 213����������������������������������������������� 503-273-1700

Oregon Pioneer Federal Credit Union

17884 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie 97267�������� 503-833-1540

Hilltop Smiles Dentistry and Orthodontics

Aziz Karam, DMD 1436 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-722-1100

Kaiser Permanente Oregon City Dental Clinic

1900 SE McLoughlin Blvd #68���������������������������������� 503-387-8000

Northwest Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Dr. Bryan Harvey, Owner/President 331 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-655-6239

Oregon City Community Education

Suz Maus, Community Ed. Coordinator 1404 7th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-785-7993 (click on OCCE logo)

Oregon City High School Youth Transitions

19761 S Beavercreek Rd�������������������������������������������� 503-785-8988

Oregon State University Extension Service

200 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-655-8631 Electrical Contractors

3D Electrical Services, Inc.

PO Box 173���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-518-1018


Centex Fluid Products LLC

2300 E First St #A, Vancouver, WA 98661����������������� 360-910-9525 Drywall Contractors

Oregonians Credit Union

19360 S Molalla Ave #110���������������������������������������� 503-239-5336 Dance Schools

Perfect Touch Drywall Inc

Molalla 97038����������������������������������������������������������� 503-310-6844

Maralee’s Dance Productions

13929 S Fir St #G������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-6160

Parkin Electric Inc

14001 Fir St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-4958

Educational Services

Bricks 4 Kidz

Oregon City, OR 97045���������������������������������������������� 503-451-0585

Data Analysis


Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-650-5035 Dentists

Local focus, big benefits.

AAdvanced Dental Center

From checking to auto loans to mortgages to business services, OnPoint is your local source for all of your banking needs. Make the switch to OnPoint today!

1508 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-659-3003

Bryan R. Guthrie DMD PC

802 Molalla Ave��������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-2139

Oregon City Branch

H  Christopher Veley DMD PC

19753 S Hwy 213, Oregon City, OR 97045

601 Center St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-1905

503.228.7077 or 800.527.3932, ext. 5680

ComfortCare Dental

19172 Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-557-3747

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Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory Christopher Bridge Cellars


H  Stitch-N-Embroidery

408 Beavercreek Rd #406����������������������������������������� 503-557-9090 Employment Services

H  Community Solutions for Clackamas County

112 11th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-8842

WorkSource Clackamas

506 High St���������������������������������������������������������������� 971-673-6400 Engineers

12770 Casto Rd���������������������������������������������������������� 503-263-6267

Oregon City Golf Club

Rose Holden, Owner 20124 S Beavercreek Rd�������������������������������������������� 503-518-2846

Pacific Crest Grand Ballroom

610 McLoughlin Blvd, 3rd Floor������������������������������� 503-620-3355

Providence Willamette Falls Community Center

Jim Greenman, President, P.E., DLS, CWRE 2895 S Beavercreek Rd #101������������������������������������ 503-657-1384

The Tumwater Room

211 Tumwater Dr������������������������������������������������������� 971-400-1090

Double J Construction Inc.

Abernethy Center

606 15th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-9400

PO Box 2213�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-5295

Ainsworth House & Gardens

19130 Lot Whitcomb Dr�������������������������������������������� 503-656-1894

Our Patients are like Family

Farm and Garden

Serres Greenhouse & Farm

14620 S Forsythe Rd������������������������������������������������� 503-655-0938 Farm Supplies & Equipment

Coastal Farm & Ranch Wilco Farm Stores

19224 Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-656-0616 Farmers Markets

Oregon City Farmers Market


Event Facilities

1306 Division St��������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-4221

1900 McLoughlin Blvd #120������������������������������������ 503-657-5780

519 15th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-6852

Haner, Ross & Sporseen, Inc

Eyeglasses & Eye Care

Eye Health Northwest

PO Box 2931�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-734-0192 Financial Services

Edward Jones

19097 S Beavercreek Rd�������������������������������������������� 503-656-1021

Meier Wealth Management Inc

PO Box 1593�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-479-0080

Morrissey Wealthcare Group LLC

720 Center St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-1526

Gentle and affordable

Gentle and Affordable Family Dentistry Family Dentistry Serving Oregon City Serving Oregon City Community since 1996.

Fire Department

Clackamas Fire District 1

Brandon Paxton, Public Information Officer 11300 SE Fuller Rd, Milwaukie 97222��������������������� 503-742-2600

Community since 1996.



PO Box 2003�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-723-3456

503-557-3747 19172 S Molalla Ave

Where Oregonians Do Their Banking 2 Clackamas County Locations Oregon City Branch 19360 S. Molalla Ave.

Milwaukie Branch 6915 SE Lake Rd.

All members of the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce are eligible to join Oregonians Credit Union.

503.239.5336 • 24

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MemberDirectory H  My Mother Knows LLC


Flooring America of Oregon City

1105 Linn Ave������������������������������������������������������������ 503-518-1952

McLarens Carpet One Floor & Home

Oregon City Golf Club

812 Molalla Ave��������������������������������������������������������� 971-832-9979 24403 S Highway 99E, Canby 97013����������������������� 503-266-4095 Florists

Forté Floral Artistry Inc

1502 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-659-4000 Forest Education

Hopkins Demonstration Forest

16750 S Brockway Rd����������������������������������������������� 503-632-2150 Fraternal Organizations

Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189

610 McLoughlin Blvd������������������������������������������������ 503-655-5131 Funeral Services

Hillside Chapel

1306 7th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-4285 Garbage/Recycling Services

Golf Rose Holden, Owner 20124 S Beavercreek Rd�������������������������������������������� 503-518-2846

Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course

17104 SE 130th Ave, Clackamas 97015������������������� 503-655-9249

Stone Creek Golf Club

14603 S Stoneridge Dr���������������������������������������������� 503-518-4653 Government – City

City of Oregon City

625 Center St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-0891

Oregon City Police Department

Michael Conrad, Chief of Police 320 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-657-4964

South Fork Water Board

15962 S Hunter Ave�������������������������������������������������� 503-657-5030 Government – County See Other Resources, p. 35

820 7th St������������������������������������������������������������������ 503-656-8403 General Contractors

Brockamp & Jaeger Inc.

15796 S Boardwalk��������������������������������������������������� 503-655-9151

Clackamas County – Business & Community Services

150 Beavercreek Rd��������������������������������������������������� 503-742-4344

Clackamas County – Office of Sustainability

Susan Ziolko 150 Beavercreek Rd��������������������������������������������������� 503-557-6363

Clackamas County – Sheriff

Gift Baskets

Happy Baskets

Milwaukie 97267������������������������������������������������������ 503-653-6120 Gifts & Collectibles

Christmas at the Zoo

would like to remind you of these

SAFETY TIPS Check your smoke alarm once a monthonly working smoke alarms


Help us find you... when seconds count.

Clackamas County Oregon City Garbage/B&B Leasing


9101 SE Sunnybrook Blvd, Clackamas 97015���������� 503-785-5000

Clackamas County – Tourism & Cultural Affairs

Make sure your address is visible from the street. The letters need to be 4-6 inches tall & make 4567 them contrasting colors. Then do a drive-by and make sure you can see your address clearly & quickly. Help us help you.

October is Fire Prevention Month

150 Beavercreek Rd��������������������������������������������������� 503-655-8490

524 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-223-4048



FEATURING: Police car rides, Fire Prevention Safety Trailer, Fire Rescue Equipment, Dental Checks, Sports Physicals, Immunizations & more! Bring your family to enjoy a FREE day of health & safety!

Pre-Plan Your Exit from your home in case of a fire! “Old fashioned values…. Cutting edge technology” 503.657.4958

CCB #35151

District Office ................. 503.742.2600 Burn Line .......................... 503.632.0211 Volunteer Hotline .......... 503.742.2946 Public Info ........................ 503.742.2693 To file a complaint about someone burning garbage call

DEQ ..................................... 503.229.5293 Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District

150 Beavercreek Rd��������������������������������������������������� 503-742-4348 Government – State

State Representative Bill Kennemer

Oregon City, OR 97045���������������������������������������������� 503-263-4798

State Representative Dave Hunt

PO Box 68445, Milwaukie 97268����������������������������� 503-650-5900 Grocers

Haggen Food & Pharmacy

19701 Highway 213�������������������������������������������������� 503-451-7900

Oxford Suites

Hearing Aids

Heritage Hearing Aid Center

19142 S Molalla Ave #C�������������������������������������������� 503-518-3300


Heating & Air Conditioning


Tri County Temp Control

13150 S Clackamas River Dr������������������������������������� 503-557-2220 Home Improvement

13434 Colton Place��������������������������������������������������� 503-655-8155 Guardianships/Conservatorships/Trusts

Don Duilio & Associates, Inc

Don Duilio, Director PO Box 301���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-518-3667

2002 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-723-3181 Home Inspections

Wittco Inspections

Hospitals & Clinics

Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine Founders Clinic

Janet Hochstatter, Board Chair 700 Molalla Ave��������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-4400

Kaiser Permanente

10180 SE Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas 97015������������� 503-652-2880

Health & Fitness

Better Body Fitness NW

Angie LaPointe, Owner 1610 Red Soils Ct #2������������������������������������������������� 503-657-3814 Only your results matter!

Snap Fitness

19703 S Highway 213 #170������������������������������������� 503-656-2580

Take Shape For Life – Chantell Bunker

Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-522-7474

Susan Bucci, Agent 7180 SW Fir Loop #220, Tigard 97223��������������������� 503-847-9853

Barbara Planton Insurance Agency – Farmers

Home Depot

Beavercreek 97004���������������������������������������������������� 503-341-7025

Safeway Inc

Molly Reardon, Director of Sales 75 82nd Dr, Gladstone 97027����������������������������������� 503-722-7777

619 Madison St #104A��������������������������������������������� 503-387-3443

Country Financial – Bob Lumm

311 B Ave #Q, Lake Oswego 97035�������������������������� 503-635-3714

Fournier Group

814 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-251-2255

State Farm Insurance – Brian Nogueira

1115 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-655-3433

State Farm Insurance – Jeff Landstrom

19715 South Highway 213��������������������������������������� 503-518-7100

Supplemental Benefit Solutions, Inc — Joe Durbin

7160 SW Fir Loop #103, Portland 97223����������������� 503-620-6406 Janitorial Services

ServiceMaster Building Services

15790 SE Piazza #102, Clackamas 97015���������������� 503-657-3998

Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center

1500 Division St��������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-1631 Hotels & Other Accommodations

Best Western Rivershore Hotel

Land Development

Park Place Development

Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-720-5234 Landscaping

1900 Clackamette Dr������������������������������������������������� 503-655-7141

Buel’s Greenscapes

PO Box 3315�������������������������������������������������������������� 971-409-1537

Clackamas Landscape Supply Co.

1795 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-656-2891

Where Playing A Round Is Anything But Ordinary

Stone Creek Golf Club is the ideal location to host your next event: sts Corporate Events / Business Meetings sts Weddings & Receptions sts Retirement Parties / Class Reunions


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Contact Jeff Lindholm at 503.518.4653 or Book an Event and Mention This Ad Receive up to 4 Rounds of Golf with Cart

MemberDirectory Libraries

Non – Profit Organizations

Oregon City Public Library

Maureen Cole, Library Director 606 John Adams St��������������������������������������������������� 503-657-8269

American Cancer Society

Lily Shorey, Community Relationship Manager 0330 SW Curry St, Portland OR 97239��������������������� 503-795-3971

Children’s Center


Parrott Creek Child & Family Services

1001 Molalla Ave #209��������������������������������������������� 503-722-4110

Portland Rose Festival Foundation

1020 SW Naito Parkway, Portland 97204���������������� 503-227-2681

Benchmade Knife Company

Barbara Peschiera, Executive Director 1713 Penn Lane��������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-7725

Providence Willamette Falls Medical Foundation

300 S Beavercreek Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-655-6004

Miles Fiberglass & Composites

Clackamas Community College Foundation

Sycamore Lane Therapeutic Riding Center

8855 SE Otty Rd, Happy Valley 97086���������������������� 503-775-7755

Proturn Inc

14192 Fir St #100������������������������������������������������������ 503-657-3858 Massage Therapists

Vicki Smith, Development Officer 19600 S Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������� 503-594-3128

Clackamas Women’s Services

704 Main St #200������������������������������������������������������ 503-722-2366

Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart

Massage Solace

19142 Molalla Ave #A����������������������������������������������� 503-756-9365 Mortgages

PO Box 1255�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-632-0577

Gleaners of Clackamas County

American Capital Mortgage

Neil Jensen, Manager 11001 SE Main St, Portland 97216�������������������������� 503-329-5622

Evergreen Home Loans

19376 Molalla Ave #120������������������������������������������� 503-594-1415 Museums

Clackamas County Historical Society

211 Tumwater Dr������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-5574

13821 Fir St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-8740

Main Street Oregon City

708 Main St #206������������������������������������������������������ 503-522-1564

NEDCO – Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation

H  Harmony Road Music Center of Oregon

17300 SE 82nd Dr, Clackamas 97015����������������������� 503-557-5151 Newspapers

Suzanne Cleland-Zamudio, Founder/Exec.Dir. 13921 S Clackamas River Dr������������������������������������� 503-593-7084

United Way of the Columbia-Willamette

619 SW 11th Ave #300, Portland 97205����������������� 503-228-9131

Willamette Falls Symphony

PO Box 1251�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-723-9703

Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County

365 Warner Milne Rd #202��������������������������������������� 503-657-6644 Nursing Facilities

Marquis Care at Oregon City

1680 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-655-2588

421 High St #110������������������������������������������������������ 503-655-8974

No Soldier Left Behind

PO Box 222���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-305-8049

Music Education

1500 Division St��������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-6809

“Your Locally Grown Landscaper”

Oregon City Schools Foundation

PO Box 85������������������������������������������������������������������� 503-785-8842

Oregon City Together

1404 7th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-785-7994 Building a healthy & drug-free future

Oregon City News/Clackamas Review

6605 SE Lake Rd, Milwaukie 97222������������������������� 503-684-0360

The Oregonian

1320 SW Broadway, Portland 97201����������������������� 503-294-4126

Oregon Impact

Janelle Meredith, Executive Director 1024 Main St������������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-6287

Group classes for children & adults using the Internationally acclaimed Harmony Road Music Course featuring age appropriate, researched-based materials. Introductory classes are offered annually in January, July and August. Regular classes are scheduled in 20-week semesters & follow the school year. Free Field Trips for pre-schools & day cares (ages 2½-6)

17300 SE 82nd Drive • Clackamas, OR 97015


“Your locally grown landscaper” Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory Nutritionists

Janet Mann Nutrition Consulting

619 Madison St #102������������������������������������������������ 503-650-3801 Office Supplies

H  OfficeMax

15550 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie 97267�������� 503-513-5200 Office/Retail Space

Personal Trainers

Better Body Fitness NW

Angie LaPointe, Owner 1610 Red Soils Ct #2������������������������������������������������� 503-657-3814 Only your results matter! Pharmacy

Safeway Pharmacy

13434 Colton Pl��������������������������������������������������������� 503-644-4165 Photographers

Paradise Photography Studio

17665 SE McLoughlin Blvd #D, Milwaukie 97267��� 503-653-0606 Physical Therapists

Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies Danielson Hilltop Mall

328 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-655-9141

610 High St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-8903


Providence Cancer Center Oncology and Hematology Care Clinic – Willamette Falls

1510 Division St #130����������������������������������������������� 503-742-6750

Providence Heart Clinic – Willamette Falls

1510 Division St #100����������������������������������������������� 503-962-1100

Providence Medical Group – Oregon City

1510 Division St, Oregon City 97045 Internal Medicine������������������������������������������������������ 503-650-6880 Spine Center��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-6288 Pulmonary and Critical Care�������������������������������������� 503-742-6700 General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery�������������������� 503-723-6525 Physicians – Chiropractic

Complete Health Chiropractic Center, LLC

Providence Willamette Falls Rehabilitation

Oregon City Shopping Center

1500 Division St��������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-6747

365 Warner Milne Rd #105��������������������������������������� 503-557-9266

Settlers Corner LLC

H  Trails End Physical Therapy

H  Natural Health Works, PC

1900 McLoughlin Blvd #69��������������������������������������� 503-650-1888 900 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-723-4222 Payroll Services

1506 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-655-6777

Portland Payroll, Inc.

Physicians – Naturopathic Dr Joanne Gordon, Physician 710 John Adams St��������������������������������������������������� 503-722-7776 Plumbing

8020 SW Cirrus Dr Bldg 13, Beaverton 97008��������� 503-520-1384

H  JNM Plumbing LLC

PO Box 2011�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-0100

Litch Plumbing, Inc.

PO Box 2756�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-9006

MP Plumbing

15330 SE 82nd Dr, Clackamas 97015����������������������� 503-655-9161 Political Action Committees and Candidates

Friends of Steve Newgard

Milwaukie, OR 97267������������������������������������������������ 503-317-4515 Printers

Buel’s Impressions Printing

408 Beavercreek Rd #407����������������������������������������� 503-656-7939

Executive Copy & Printing

623 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-9227

Janet Mann nutrition consulting - REGISTERED DIETITIAN Helping you to the you! Get started on your pathhealthier to better health. Individual Nutritional Counseling & Provider of the nationally known


503.518.0038 503.650.3801 28

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Minuteman Press

221 Molalla Ave #103����������������������������������������������� 503-657-7787

H  OfficeMax

10319 SE 82nd Ave, Happy Valley 97086���������������� 503-788-9234 Publishers

Mt. Angel Publishing Inc.

135 N. Main St, Mt Angel 97362������������������������������ 503-845-9499 Real Estate

Clackamas Community Land Trust

5427 Glen Echo Ave, Gladstone 97027�������������������� 503-659-1618

MemberDirectory Coldwell Banker Seal – Susan Perry

19719 Highway 213�������������������������������������������������� 503-699-3857

Denise Goding – Keller Williams Realty, Portland Central

6400 SE Lake Rd #200, Portland 97222������������������� 503-336-6378

Fairplay Realty Elite

816 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-575-9226

John L. Scott Real Estate

Retirement Communities

Avamere Living at Berry Park

Kristin Stone, Director of Community Relations 13669 S Gaffney Ln��������������������������������������������������� 503-656-7614 Your life. Our commitment.

H  Homewoods On The Willamette

Karen Truax, Community Relations Director 17971 SE River Rd, Milwaukie 97267���������������������� 503-659-3600 Riverfront, tranquil, non-profit, affordable

Schools & Colleges

Clackamas Community College

19600 Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-657-6958

North Clackamas Christian School

19575 Sebastian Way������������������������������������������������ 503-655-5961

Oregon City School District

Larry Didway, Superintendent 1417 12th St�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-785-8000

1404 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-656-6656 Real Estate – Commercial

Eton Lane LLC

421 High St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-238-1025

Redside Development LLC

221 Molalla Ave #220����������������������������������������������� 503-239-2000

H  Windermere Commercial Real Estate – Graham Cole Peterson

619 Madison St #110������������������������������������������������ 503-319-4267 Restaurants


334 Warner Milne Rd������������������������������������������������ 503-722-8222

H  Jimmy O’s Pizzeria

1678 Beavercreek Rd������������������������������������������������� 503-655-6329

McDonald’s Restaurant

1450 Molalla Ave������������������������������������������������������ 503-655-7649

Midway Historic Public House

1003 7th St���������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-9501

Singer Hill Café

Christy Palmer, Manager 623 7th St������������������������������������������������������������������ 503-656-5252

Super Torta

710 Washington St���������������������������������������������������� 503-722-2306

The Caufield House

723 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-305-8017

The Highcliffe

602 7th St������������������������������������������������������������������ 503-212-2008

Verdict Bar & Grill

110 8th St������������������������������������������������������������������ 503-305-8429 Retail

Jodi Moses – Certified Independent Scentsy Consultant

PO Box 2011�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-705-3515

Complete Plumbing and Drain Solutions for Commercial and Residential Properties Services:

New Construction, Remodel, Service, Drain Cleaning, Video Inspection, Grease Trap Installation and Repair



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MemberDirectory Rotary Club of Oregon City

Senior Services

Pioneer Adult Community Center

615 Fifth St����������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-8287

Ted Thonstad, Resident PO Box 1552�������������������������������������������������������������� 503-785-8421 Service Stations

Septic Services 28128 SE Highway 212, Boring 97009�������������������� 503-663-2807

13001 Clackamas River Dr #200������������������������������� 503-656-0375 Shipping Services

Service Clubs Meets at Beavercreek Grange 22041 S Kamrath Rd, Beavercreek 97004���������������� 503-342-6699

2050 Beavercreek Rd #101��������������������������������������� 503-650-5855

Lions Club of Oregon City

DT Glass Inc.

Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-496-3641

Shower Doors 106 Molalla Ave��������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-6373

Duff Main, President 365 Warner Milne Rd #209��������������������������������������� 503-657-7047

Magnetic Sign Company

Oregon City Optimist Club

Oregon City Signs

Brian Shaw Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-557-0897

Oregon City Youth Lacrosse Storage

Canby RV & Boat Storage, LLC

373 S Redwood St, Canby 97013����������������������������� 503-266-7867


Oregon City Kiwanis Club

1211 Jackson St��������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-4169 Oregon City 97045

The UPS Store

Beavercreek Lions Club

Sports & Recreation

Oregon City Swim Team

Stein Oil Inc

Speedy Septic Service

H  The Sign Guy

Gladstone 97027������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-8052

1211 Jackson St��������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-8273

Oregon City 97045���������������������������������������������������� 503-631-4350 402 S Beavercreek Rd #106�������������������������������������� 503-657-7446

Helping you find your way home.

Helpingyou youfind findyour yourway wayhome. home. Helping SUSANPERRY PERRY SUSAN Realtor Realtor

Swimming Pool

Oregon City Municipal Pool Telecommunications


15223 S Henrici Rd���������������������������������������������������� 503-632-3113


310 SW Park Ave, 11th Floor, Portland 97205����������503 242-7989


Clear Creek Telephone & TeleVision

9895 SE Sunnyside Rd Clackamas, OR 97015

Comcast Business Class

18238 S Fishers Mill Rd��������������������������������������������� 503-631-2101


19719 S Hwy.Rd213 9895 Sunnyside Rd 9895 SE SE Sunnyside Oregon City,OROR 97045 Clackamas, OR 97015 Clackamas, 97015

Kesty Click, Sr. Business Account Exec 14243 SE Terman Rd, Beaverton 97005������������������� 503-213-0489 BARBARA SUE

S E AReliance L Connects

301 SW Broadway, Estacada 97023������������������������� 503-630-4202




The Cellular Connection


503.804.8147 503.699.3857 503.699.3857



Alexander Case, Store Manager 2050 Beavercreek Rd #105��������������������������������������� 503-656-4545


with a flat no-tangle cord

have your phone with you while you work out

THE PARROT MINIKIT the latest in hands-free for your car


503.632.3113 • 15223 S Henrici Rd, Oregon City


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MemberDirectory Equus Veterinary Service, P.C.


Clackamas Repertory Theatre

19600 Molalla Ave���������������������������������������������������� 503-594-6047

New Century Players

11022 SE 37th Ave, Milwaukie 97222��������������������� 503-367-2620

14671 S Leland Rd���������������������������������������������������� 503-632-2100

The Cat’s Meow Cat Clinic P.C.

19743 S Highway 213����������������������������������������������� 503-518-6369 Where your purrfect pet is pampered! Video Production Services

Tires 1625 S Beavercreek Rd���������������������������������������������� 503-657-1235

2001 Washington St�������������������������������������������������� 503-722-4656

Willy Make It?

13240 S Clackamas River Dr������������������������������������� 503-261-1234 Wineries

funnelbox inc

Les Schwab Tire Center

Waste Management

Allied Waste

712 Main St��������������������������������������������������������������� 503-595-5901

Christopher Bridge Cellars

12770 Casto Rd���������������������������������������������������������� 503-263-6267



4012 SE 17th Ave, Portland 97202���������������������������503-238-RIDE Travel Agencies

American Travel Bureau

Lori Thrasher, Travel Consultant Milwaukie 97267������������������������������������������������������ 503-789-5487 Utilities

Portland General Electric

121 SW Salmon 1WTC0301, Portland 97204��������� 800-542-8818 Veterinary Clinics

Clackamas County Veterinary Clinic

1678-F Beavercreek Rd��������������������������������������������� 503-657-3171

Forest Hall is located at Hopkins Demonstration Forest, a 140-acre woodland that hosts many educational activities,workshops, field studies, and community forestry days. The building boasts vaulted ceilings and large windows overlooking the serene forest setting. During your meeting, you can enjoy a walk on one of the 5-miles of hiking trails that crisscross the property.There you may catch a glimpse of deer, birds, and a variety of plant life.

Denise Goding

Full time Realtor since 1996

ABR, CDPE, CRS, GRI, SRES, Principal Broker, REALTOR® •

Oregon City Resident

Cell: 503.799.2970 Portland Central 224 Corporate Center 6400 SE Lake Rd., St, 200 Portland, OR 97222 Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

v 2,100 sq. ft. building in a breathtaking forest setting v Located minutes south of Oregon City with close proximity to Portland v Beautiful view of the valley v Quiet and secluded v75-space parking lot with paved handicap access to the building vCustom built showcasing wood products some of which actually came from Hopkins’ own forest vGreat for day meetings, receptions, classes, and retreats

vLarge meeting room with fireplace with capacity of holding 100 people vCaterers kitchen vHandicap accessible men and women’s restrooms vInternet access vAudio/visual equipment are available upon request vClassroom style seating or banquet tables available vA list of local caterers is available upon request vForest tours available

Forests Forever, Inc. 503-655-5524

Mike Daly, Building Manager Phone: 503-632-5918 Ken Everett, Executive Director Cell. 503-780-2380 16750 S. Brockway Rd. Oregon City, OR 97045

Oregon City Around Town


AlphabeticalDirectory 3D Electrical Services, Inc.����503-518-1018 Electrical Contractors A AAdvanced Dental Center�����503-659-3003 Dentists Abernethy Center������������������503-722-9400 Event Facilities Accurate Collection Service, LLC ����������������������������������������������503-328-0151 Collection Services Ad Specialties of Oregon NW, Inc ����������������������������������������������503-829-2402 Advertising – Promotional Products Aflac����������������������������������������503-847-9853 Insurance Ainsworth House & Gardens�503-656-1894 Event Facilities Allied Waste���������������������������503-722-4656 Waste Management American Cancer Society������503-795-3971 Non-Profit Organizations American Capital Mortgage�503-329-5622 Mortgages American Travel Bureau��������503-789-5487 Travel Agencies AMR�����������������������������������������503-659-6987 Ambulance Services Avamere Living at Berry Park ����������������������������������������������503-656-7614 Retirement Communities b Bank of America��������������������503-656-1681 Banks Bank of the West�������������������503-656-5238 Banks Barbara Planton Insurance Agency – Farmers��������������������������������503-387-3443 Insurance BCT������������������������������������������503-632-3113 Telecommunications BDC Advertising, Inc.�������������503-723-5723 Advertising Beavercreek Lions Club���������503-342-6699 Service Clubs Benchmade Knife Company�503-655-6004 Manufacturing Best Western Rivershore Hotel ����������������������������������������������503-655-7141 Hotels & Other Accommodations Better Body Fitness NW��������503-657-3814 Health & Fitness Personal Trainers Better Business Bureau���������503-212-3022 Consumer & Business Services Big Dog Coffee�����������������������503-655-3200 Coffee/Espresso Bricks 4 Kidz���������������������������503-451-0585 Educational Services Brockamp & Jaeger Inc.��������503-655-9151 General Contractors Bryan R. Guthrie DMD PC������503-656-2139 Dentists 32

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Buel’s Greenscapes����������������971-409-1537 Landscaping Buel’s Impressions Printing��503-656-7939 Printers Bugatti’s���������������������������������503-722-8222 Restaurants c Canby RV & Boat Storage, LLC ����������������������������������������������503-266-7867 Storage Centex Fluid Products LLC�����360-910-9525 Distributors CenturyLink����������������������������503-242-7989 Telecommunications Children’s Center��������������������503-655-7725 Non-Profit Organizations Christmas at the Zoo�������������503-223-4048 Gifts & Collectibles Christopher Bridge Cellars����503-263-6267 Event Facilities Wineries Christopher Veley DMD PC����503-656-1905 Dentists Citizens Bank��������������������������503-518-8808 Banks City of Oregon City�����������������503-657-0891 Government-City Clackamas Auto Parts������������503-656-4244 Auto Parts & Services Clackamas Community College ����������������������������������������������503-657-6958 Schools & Colleges Clackamas Community College Foundation��������������������������503-594-3128 Non-Profit Organizations Clackamas Community Land Trust ����������������������������������������������503-659-1618 Real Estate Clackamas County��������� Government-County Clackamas County – Business & Community Services�����������503-742-4344 Government-County Clackamas County – Office of Sustainability�������503-557-6363 Government-County Clackamas County – Sheriff��503-785-5000 Government-County Clackamas County – Tourism & Cultural Affairs�����������������������������������503-655-8490 Government-County Clackamas County Historical Society ����������������������������������������������503-655-5574 Museums Clackamas County Veterinary Clinic ����������������������������������������������503-657-3171 Veterinary Clinics Clackamas Federal Credit Union ����������������������������������������������503-656-0671 Credit Unions Clackamas Fire District 1�������503-742-2600 Fire Department Clackamas Landscape Supply Co. ����������������������������������������������503-656-2891 Landscaping

Clackamas Repertory Theatre ����������������������������������������������503-594-6047 Theaters Clackamas Small Business Development Center�����������������������������������503-594-0738 Business Consultants Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine Founders Clinic��������������������503-722-4400 Hospitals & Clinics Clackamas Women’s Services503-722-2366 Non-Profit Organizations Clear Creek Telephone & TeleVision ����������������������������������������������503-631-2101 Telecommunications Coastal Farm & Ranch�����������503-657-5780 Farm Supplies & Equipment Coffee Rush����������������������������503-742-9900 Coffee/Espresso Coldwell Banker Seal – Susan Perry ����������������������������������������������503-699-3857 Real Estate Comcast Business Class���������503-213-0489 Telecommunications ComfortCare Dental��������������503-557-3747 Dentists Community Solutions for Clackamas Co ����������������������������������������������503-655-8842 Employment Services Complete Health Chiropractic Center, LLC ����������������������������������������������503-557-9266 Physicians – Chiropractic Comprehensive Tax Service LLC ����������������������������������������������503-657-2550 Accountants – Bookkeeping Country Financial�������������������503-635-3714 Insurance d Dan’s Auto Service�����������������503-655-7737 Auto Repair Danielson Hilltop Mall����������503-655-9141 Office/Retail Space Denise Goding – Keller Williams Realty, Portland Central������������������503-336-6378 Real Estate Don Duilio & Associates, Inc��503-518-3667 Guardianships/Conservatorships/Trusts Double J Construction Inc.����503-722-5295 Construction/Remodeling Excavation DT Glass Inc.���������������������������503-650-6373 Shower Doors e Edward Jones�������������������������503-656-1021 Financial Services Equus Veterinary Service, P.C. ����������������������������������������������503-632-2100 Veterinary Clinics Eton Lane LLC�������������������������503-238-1025 Real Estate-Commercial Evergreen Home Loans���������503-594-1415 Mortgages Executive Copy & Printing�����503-655-9227 Printers

Eye Health Northwest�����������503-656-4221 Eyeglasses & Eye Care f F & F Structures, Inc.��������������503-657-7010 Construction/Remodeling Fairplay Realty Elite���������������503-575-9226 Real Estate Family Values Magazine, Inc.503-632-5908 Advertising Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart����503-632-0577 Non-Profit Organizations First City Cycles�����������������������503-344-4901 Bicycle Sales, Accessories, Repairs Flooring America of Oregon City ����������������������������������������������971-832-9979 Floorcoverings Forté Floral Artistry Inc���������503-659-4000 Florists Fournier Group�����������������������503-251-2255 Insurance Friends of Steve Newgard�����503-317-4515 Political Action Committees and Candidates Friends of the Oregon City Public Library ����������������������������������������������503-594-0261 Books funnelbox inc�������������������������503-595-5901 Video Production Services g General Distributors Inc.�������503-656-9470 Beer & Wine Distributors Gilman Park Assisted Living Residence ����������������������������������������������503-657-5700 Assisted Living Facilities Gleaners of Clackamas County ����������������������������������������������503-655-8740 Non-Profit Organizations Greenbox Architecture LLC����503-380-7114 Architects Guardian Tax & Accounting, LLC ����������������������������������������������503-650-0049 Accountants-Bookkeeping h Haggen Food & Pharmacy����503-451-7900 Grocers Haner, Ross & Sporseen, Inc�503-657-1384 Engineers Happy Baskets�����������������������503-653-6120 Gift Baskets Harmony Road Music Center of Oregon ����������������������������������������������503-557-5151 Music Education Haulbrook Insurance Agency LLC/Farmers ����������������������������������������������503-341-5205 Insurance Haven Corner/Prospector Terrace LLC ����������������������������������������������503-518-4286 Assisted Living Facilities Heritage Hearing Aid Center ����������������������������������������������503-518-3300 Hearing Aids Hibbard Caldwell Schultz & Stalnaker, PC ����������������������������������������������503-656-5200 Attorneys

AlphabeticalDirectory Hillside Chapel�����������������������503-656-4285 Funeral Services Hilltop Collision Center���������503-722-5885 Auto Repair Hilltop Smiles Dentistry and Orthodontics ����������������������������������������������503-722-1100 Dentists Historic Oregon City���������������503-657-9336 Attractions Home Depot���������������������������503-723-3181 Home Improvement Homewoods On The Willamette ����������������������������������������������503-659-3600 Retirement Communities Hopkins Demonstration Forest ����������������������������������������������503-632-2150 Forest Education i IntSTATS����������������������������������503-650-5035 Data Analysis Iselin Architects P.C.���������������503-656-1942 Architects It Figures Bookkeeping���������503-467-9461 Accountants-Bookkeeping J Janet Mann Nutrition Consulting ����������������������������������������������503-650-3801 Nutritionists Jerry Ryan Counseling, LLC���503-348-6177 Counselors Jimmy O’s Pizzeria�����������������503-655-6329 Restaurants JNM Plumbing LLC�����������������503-657-0100 Plumbing Jodi Moses – Certified Independent Scentsy Consultant�������������503-705-3515 Retail John L. Scott Real Estate�������503-656-6656 Real Estate k Kaiser Permanente����������������503-652-2880 Hospitals & Clinics Kaiser Permanente Oregon City Dental Clinic�������������������������������������503-387-8000 Dentists Kari Mitchell Accounting, P.C. ����������������������������������������������503-722-8818 Accountants-Certified Public Key Bank���������������������������������503-657-2223 Banks l Laserwerks�����������������������������503-344-4476 Awards Les Schwab Tire Center����������503-657-1235 Tires Lewis & Clark Bank����������������503-212-3200 Banks Lions Club of Oregon City������503-496-3641 Service Clubs Litch Plumbing, Inc.��������������503-657-9006 Plumbing Living Hope Church���������������503-655-7390 Churches

m Magnetic Sign Company�������503-631-4350 Signs/Banners Main Street Oregon City��������503-522-1564 Non-Profit Organizations Maralee’s Dance Productions503-655-6160 Dance Schools Marquis Care at Oregon City�503-655-2588 Nursing Facilities Mary Kay Cosmetics���������������503-631-3217 Cosmetics Massage Solace����������������������503-756-9365 Massage Therapists McDonald’s Restaurant���������503-655-7649 Restaurants McLarens Carpet One Floor & Home ����������������������������������������������503-266-4095 Floorcoverings McLoughlin Place������������������503-655-3337 Assisted Living Facilities Meier Wealth Management Inc ����������������������������������������������503-479-0080 Financial Services Metro IT����������������������������������503-451-2138 Computer Services Midway Historic Public House ����������������������������������������������503-656-9501 Restaurants Miles Fiberglass & Composites ����������������������������������������������503-775-7755 Manufacturing Minuteman Press������������������503-657-7787 Printers Morrissey Wealthcare Group LLC ����������������������������������������������503-657-1526 Financial Services MP Plumbing�������������������������503-655-9161 Plumbing Mt. Angel Publishing Inc.������503-845-9499 Publishers My Mother Knows LLC�����������503-518-1952 Gifts & Collectibles n Natural Health Works, PC������503-722-7776 Acupuncture Physicians – Naturopathic NEDCO – Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation�503-655-8974 Non-Profit Organizations Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies ����������������������������������������������503-657-8903 Physical Therapists New Century Players�������������503-367-2620 Theaters No Soldier Left Behind����������503-305-8049 Non-Profit Organizations North Clackamas Christian School ����������������������������������������������503-655-5961 Schools & Colleges North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District���������������������������������503-742-4348 Government-County

Northwest Community Credit Union ����������������������������������������������503-656-9601 Credit Unions Northwest Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery ����������������������������������������������503-655-6239 Dentists o OfficeMax Office Supplies�����������������������503-513-5200 Printers����������������������������������503-788-9234 OnPoint Community Credit Union ���������������������������������� 503-273-1700 x5680 Credit Unions Opportunity’$ Knocking�������503-413-0657 Advertising Oregon City Acupuncture������503-653-1468 Acupuncture Oregon City Adult Care Home, LLC ����������������������������������������������503-656-4955 Assisted Living Facilities Oregon City Awards���������������503-650-0806 Awards Oregon City Barber Shop�������503-518-2665 Barbershops Oregon City Community Education ����������������������������������������������503-785-7993 Educational Services Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189 ����������������������������������������������503-655-5131 Fraternal Organizations Oregon City Evangelical Church ����������������������������������������������503-656-8582 Churches Oregon City Farmers Market�503-734-0192 Farmers Markets Oregon City Garbage/B&B Leasing ����������������������������������������������503-656-8403 Garbage/Recycling Services Oregon City Golf Club������������503-518-2846 Event Facilities Golf Oregon City High School Youth Transitions ����������������������������������������������503-785-8988 Educational Services Oregon City Kiwanis Club������503-657-7047 Service Clubs Oregon City Municipal Pool�� 503-657-8273 Swimming Pool

Oregon City News/Clackamas Review ����������������������������������������������503-684-0360 Newspapers Oregon City Optimist Club����503-557-0897 Service Clubs Oregon City Police Department ����������������������������������������������503-657-4964 Government-City Oregon City Public Library����503-657-8269 Libraries Oregon City School District���503-785-8000 Schools & Colleges Oregon City Schools Foundation ����������������������������������������������503-785-8842 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon City Shopping Center503-650-1888 Office/Retail Space Oregon City Signs������������������503-657-7446 Signs/Banners Oregon City Swim Team��������503-655-4169 Sports & Recreation Oregon City Together������������503-785-7994 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon City Youth Lacrosse���������������������� Sports & Recreation Oregon Impact�����������������������503-722-6287 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon Pioneer Federal Credit Union ����������������������������������������������503-833-1540 Credit Unions Oregon State University Extension Service ����������������������������������������������503-655-8631 Educational Services Oregonians Credit Union�������503-239-5336 Credit Unions Oxford Suites��������������������������503-722-7777 Hotels & Other Accommodations p Pacific Crest Grand Ballroom503-620-3355 Event Facilities Pacific West Bank�������������������503-905-2222 Banks Paradise Photography Studio ����������������������������������������������503-653-0606 Photographers Park Place Development�������503-720-5234 Land Development

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s Safeway Inc����������������������������503-655-8155 Grocers Safeway Pharmacy����������������503-644-4165 Pharmacy Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course������503-655-9249 Golf Serres Greenhouse & Farm���503-655-0938 Farm and Garden ServiceMaster Building Services ����������������������������������������������503-657-3998 Janitorial Services Settlers Corner LLC�����������������503-723-4222 Office/Retail Space Shari Anderson, CPA��������������503-655-9964 Accountants-Certified Public Sherrie K. Goff, P. C.���������������503-656-1860 Attorneys Singer Hill Café����������������������503-656-5252 Restaurants smALL FLAGs��������������������������503-723-3456 Flags Snap Fitness���������������������������503-656-2580 Health & Fitness South Fork Water Board��������503-657-5030 Government – City Speedy Septic Service�����������503-663-2807 Septic Services St Paul’s Episcopal Church�����503-656-9842 Churches State Farm Insurance – Brian Nogueira ����������������������������������������������503-655-3433 Insurance State Farm Insurance – Jeff Landstrom ����������������������������������������������503-518-7100 Insurance State Representative Bill Kennemer ����������������������������������������������503-263-4798 Government-State State Representative Dave Hunt ����������������������������������������������503-650-5900 Government-State Stein Oil Inc����������������������������503-656-0375 Service Stations Stephanie Gillette’s Bright Art ����������������������������������������������503-656-3892 Artists/Galleries

Stitch-N-Embroidery�������������503-557-9090 Advertising – Promotional Products Embroidery Stone Creek Golf Club������������503-518-4653 Golf Sunlight Solar Energy, Inc.����503-705-9550 Construction/Remodeling Super Torta�����������������������������503-722-2306 Restaurants Supplemental Benefit Solutions, Inc – Joe Durbin����������������������������������503-620-6406 Insurance Sycamore Lane Therapeutic Riding Center ����������������������������������������������503-593-7084 Non-Profit Organizations

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OtherResources City of Oregon City 625 Center St����������������������������503-657-0891 Building Division�����������������������503-722-3789 Business Licenses����������������������503-657-0891 City Manager����������������������������503-496-1504 City Recorder/City Commission�503-496-1505 Municipal Court������������������������503-657-8154 Cemetery����������������������������������503-657-8299 Parks�����������������������������������������503-496-1201 Planning�����������������������������������503-722-3789 Public Works�����������������������������503-657-8241 After Hours�����������������������������503-655-8211 Mayor & Commissioners Doug Neeley, Mayor Rocky Smith, Jr., Commission President Betty Mumm, Carol Pauli, Kathy Roth Oregon City Police Department 320 Warner Milne Rd Administration Office����������������503-657-4964 Non-emergency Dispatch���������503-655-8211 Oregon City Public Library 606 John Adams St�������������������503-657-8269 Oregon City Municipal Swimming Pool 1211 Jackson St������������������������503-657-8273 Pioneer Adult Community Center 615 Fifth St�������������������������������503-657-8287

Oregon City School District Administration Office����������������503-785-8000 1417 12th St, Oregon City Bus Services������������������������������503-785-8540 Oregon City Community School503-785-8520 Elementary Schools Beavercreek Elementary ����������503-785-8350 21944 S. Yeoman Rd, Beavercreek Candy Lane Elementary����������� 503-785-8150 5901 SE Hull, Milwaukie Gaffney Lane Elementary���������503-785-8600 13521 S. Gaffney Ln, Oregon City Holcomb Elementary����������������503-785-8100 14625 S. Holcomb Rd, Oregon City Jennings Lodge Elementary������503-785-8035 18521 SE River Rd, Milwaukie John McLoughlin Elementary���503-785-8650 19230 South End Rd, Oregon City Redland Elementary�����������������503-785-8500 18131 S. Redland Rd, Oregon City Middle Schools Gardiner Middle School������������503-785-8200 180 Ethel St, Oregon City Ogden Middle School����������������503-785-8300 14133 S. Donovan Rd, Oregon City High Schools Oregon City High School�����������503-785-8900 19761 S. Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City

Clackamas Community College 19600 S. Molalla Ave, Oregon City Enrollment and Registration�����503-594-6100 Financial Aid�����������������������������503-594-6082 Workforce Development�����������503-594-3448 Transcripts & Student Records��503-594-6100 Veterans’ Services���������������������503-594-3442 English as a Second Language��503-594-3234 General Educational Development (GED) �����������������������������������������������503-594-3395

Clackamas County

Public Services Building 2051 Kaen Rd Citizen Involvement������������������503-655-8552 County Clerk������������������������������503-655-8698 Health, Housing & Human Services �����������������������������������������������503-650-5697 Marriage Licenses���������������������503-655-8659 Recorder’s Office�����������������������503-655-8661 Social Services��������������������������503-655-8640 Volunteer Connection���������������503-650-5779 Development Services Building 150 Beavercreek Rd Assessor’s Office������������������������503-655-8671 Building Permits�����������������������503-742-4240 Parks�����������������������������������������503-742-4414 Planning & Land Use�����������������503-742-4500 Sustainability����������������������������503-557-6363 Red Soils Court 1710 Red Soils Ct Elections/Voting�����������������������503-655-8510 Veteran Services�����������������������503-650-5631 Weatherization�������������������������503-650-3338 Clackamas County Courthouse 807 Main St Circuit Court������������������������������503-655-8447 Bail/Release Info�����������������������503-655-8453 Jury Coordinator�����������������������503-655-8397 Jury Recording��������������������������503-655-8389 Clackamas County Dog Services 13141 SE Hwy 212, Clackamas ���503-655-8628 Clackamas County Housing Authority 13930 Gain, Oregon City�����������503-655-8267 Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office 9101 SE Sunnybrook Blvd, Clackamas �����������������������������������������������503-785-5000 OSU Extension Service – Clackamas County 200 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City �����������������������������������������������503-655-8631

Clackamas Fire District #1 Oregon City Headquarters��������503-742-2670 624 7th St, Oregon City Fire Marshal������������������������������503-742-2675 EMERGENCIES Fire, Medical, & Police ���������������������911 Non-emergency Dispatch���������503-655-8211 AMR Ambulance�����������������������503-239-0389 Child Abuse Hotline������������������971-673-7112 Poison Control Center����������������800-222-1222

Relocation Resources Telephone & Cable Services AT&T�����������������������������������������800-222-0300 BCT �������������������������������������������503-632-3113 Clear Creek Telephone���������������503-631-2101 Comcast/Xfinity������������������������888-824-8264 CenturyLink Qwest��������������������800-244-1111 Direct TV�����������������������������������800-370-3587 Dish TV��������������������������������������800-984-4533 Garbage/Recycling Oregon City Garbage�����������������503-656-8403 Metro South Transfer Station����503-234-3000 Newspapers Oregon City News���������������������503-684-0360 The Oregonian��������������������������503-221-8301

Water/Sewer City of Oregon City��������������������503-657-8151 Clackamas River Water��������������503-722-9220 Utilities Portland General Electric����������503-228-6322 Toll Free����������������������������������800-542-8818 Northwest Natural Gas��������������503-226-4211 Toll Free����������������������������������800-422-4012

State & Federal

Department of Human Services (OHP, Food Stamps, Medicaid, TANF)315 Beavercreek Rd�����������������������971-673-7300 Department of Human Services (Seniors and People with Disabilities) 221 Molalla Ave���������������������971-673-7600 Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) 10 82nd Dr, Gladstone������������503-299-9999 Passports 270 Beavercreek Rd, #200������503-655-8323 U.S. Post Office 19300 S. Molalla Ave��������������503-722-2086

Other Services Crisis, Counseling & Mental Health Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline�503-223-8569 Al-Anon������������������������������������503-292-1333 The Children’s Center ����������������503-655-7725 Clackamas County Mental Health Crisis Line �����������������������������������������������503-655-8401 Clackamas Women’s Services����503-722-2366 Domestic Violence Crisis 24 Hour Shelter �����������������������������������������������503-654-2288 National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) �����������������������������������������������503-723-4989 Oregon Impact (DUII Intervention) �����������������������������������������������503-722-6287 Parrott Creek Child & Family Services �����������������������������������������������503-722-4110 Pregnancy Care Center������������� 503-829-2673 Victims Assistance��������������������503-655-8616 Environmental Quality Burn Information����������������������503-632-0211 DEQ�������������������������������������������877-476-0583 Senior Services LIFT Program����������������������������503-802-8000 Meals on Wheels�����������������������503-657-8287 Pioneer Community Center�������503-657-8287 Senior Citizen Council���������������503-657-1366 Social Security/Medicare����������971-673-7600 Transportation Reaching People��������������������503-655-8208 Services & Organizations Beavercreek Lions���������������������503-799-8202 Better Business Bureau�������������503-212-3027 Oregon City Elks������������������������503-655-5131 Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart��������503-632-0577 Gleaners of Clackamas County��503-655-8740 Oregon City Kiwanis������������������503-632-6314 Oregon City Lions����������������������503-657-4141 Oregon City Optimists���������������503-784-5472 Oregon City Rotary��������������������503-657-1526 Transportation Information Amtrak��������������������������������������800-872-7245 PDX International Airport���������877-739-4636 Tri-Met��������������������������������������503-238-7433

A history… Oregon City is the first incorporated city west of the Mississippi River. Established in 1829 by Dr. John McLoughlin at the base of the thundering Willamette Falls, Oregon City was the destination for thousands of Oregon Trail pioneer settlers in the 1840s. With its rich heritage and natural beauty, the City at the End of the Oregon Trail continues to connect visitors to our nation’s pioneering past. Oregon City was the first State Capital and is the County Seat of Clackamas County. The city has three major zones, defined by steep hills or bluffs. Oregon City is home to shopping areas, recreational opportunities, businesses, and a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions dedicated to celebrating the Pioneer spirit. Rich history, natural beauty, and a progressive community have found a home in Oregon City. It is the blend of old and new that makes Oregon City such a vibrant place to live, work, and play. z

Fast Facts Location Oregon City is located approximately 13 miles south of Portland, along the banks of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers. Established July 5, 1848 Elevation 55’ Downtown District 350’ Hilltop District Climate Monthly Avg. Low 35°F Monthly Avg. High 82°F Avg. Annual Precip 47.060" Source: Oregon Climate Service Demographics 2010 Population 31,859 2010 Median Household Income $45,531 2010 Median Home Value $164,400 City Resident Tax Rates $17.9083 per $1000 assessed value for: Education, General Government, Clackamas Fire District, Bonds, etc. Source: Clackamas County Assessor’s Office –

Oregon City Around Town



Porter Mustard Chicken By Chef Robert Kensler

Midway Historic Public House

Inspiration I get a lot of inspiration from the seasons, especially autumn. Between the cool crisp air, the vast array of colors in the trees and all the great harvest festivals and holidays, makes for a perfect time of year. This dish has a touch of fall in it. The earthiness of the herb blending with slight tangy spice of the mustards and a touch of sweetness from the beer and wine make this dish shine on a cloudy fall day. Paired up with some roasted squash and apples, and you’ve got autumn on your plate.

Ingredients 2 ea. Boneless, skin-on chicken breasts 1 tbsp Minced garlic 1 tbsp Minced shallots 1 tsp Lemon juice ¼ cup Sweet white wine (Riesling, Chablis or Pinot Gris) ¼ cup Olive oil 2 tbsp Dijon mustard ½ tsp Kosher salt ½ tsp Black pepper 1 tsp Fresh chopped thyme

2 tbsp Stout or porter beer 6 tbsp Stone ground mustard ½ tsp Dry mustard 1 tbsp Butter

Directions Make a marinade for the chicken by combining garlic, shallots, lemon juice, wine, olive oil, Dijon mustard, salt, pepper and thyme in a mixing bowl. Mix well. Place chicken in a zip-lock bag and cover with the marinade. Refrigerate at least 4 hours (overnight is best). Remove the chicken from the marinade and cook on a medium-hot grill for about 20 minutes or until the chicken has an internal temperature of 145 degrees. Remove from heat and let rest for 5 minutes. In a small pan combine the porter and the stone ground mustard. Bring to a simmer and remove from heat. While sauce is still hot, add the dry mustard and finish by melting in the butter while stirring constantly. Serve the chicken glazed with the porter mustard sauce. This dish is great served with any seasonal fresh vegetables and mashed or roasted potatoes.


Fall/Winter 2012

A Warm Welcome from the Church in Oregon City The Church in Oregon City welcomes you! We invite you to discover new bonds of friendship, the joy of worship, the satisfaction of service and especially God’s amazing love and grace. The leaders of local churches and ministries listed below meet together monthly for fellowship, planning and prayer. We’re from diverse denominations and backgrounds, but we join together in one cause in the service of Jesus Christ. We unite around an ancient statement of Christian faith, known as the Apostles’ Creed: I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord; Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit; born of the virgin Mary; suffered under Pontius Pilate; was crucified, dead and buried. He descended into hell. The third day He rose from the dead; He ascended into heaven; and is seated at the right hand of God, the Father Almighty; He will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit; the holy catholic(universal) Church; the communion of saints; the forgiveness of sins; the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting. Amen. We have expressed our unity in serving the Oregon City community through: • Participating in City Serve opportunities. • Sponsoring the annual National Day of Prayer Breakfast. • Helping in emergency preparedness networking for the City. • Providing Marriage Enrichment and Pre-Marital Preparation Programs. • Participation in the Oregon Food Bank Harvest Share food distribution. • Joining in prayer for and proclaiming Christ to the inhabitants of the City. • Sponsoring the OC Compassion Connect, a one day free medical and dental clinic, which served over 180 individuals. • Sponsoring a Christian Education Forum where parents could investigate various educational opportunities for their children. • Helping to provide weekend food for needy grade school children through Backpack Buddies programs around our school district. Whatever your own background or beliefs, we extend an open hand. Come experience our faith first-hand. Visit the Church in Oregon City website at

You’ll be glad you did. Abundant Life Foursquare Catalyst Community Church Christ Church Apostolic First Baptist “Every Marriage Matters” Hilltop Community

House of Myrrh Ministries Living Hope Lower Highland Bible Mountain View Community NW Contexture/Bvrcreek O.C. Bible Chapel

O.C. Calvary Chapel O.C. Christian O.C. Church of Christ O.C. Evangelical O.C. First Nazarene O.C. First Presbyterian

Oregon Trail Free Will Baptist Park Place Evangelical Prince of Life Lutheran River of Life Christian Cntr. Reformation Covenant

Southridge Foursquare Trinity Lutheran Victorious Faith Family Viola Ridge Christian Cntr. Zion Lutheran

2895 S Beavercreek Rd, Suite 103 Oregon City, OR 97045


Cal Farm Clackamas, OR The passion and pride of our local growers springs forth with each delicious bite of our garden-fresh produce. You can taste it in our fresh picked vegetables grown by Cal Farm in Clackamas and in the fragrant sweet basil we get from Utsalady Farms on Camano Island. We’ve been cultivating close relationships with farmers for nearly 80 years, and that guarantees you the pick of our area’s very best produce. Delivered fresh to our stores, seven days a week.

Haggen produce, supporting local farmers since 1933 ©2012 Haggen, Inc. • 120831-05

Oregon City Around Town Fall/Winter 2012