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Cedar Mill Business News—October 2012
For many, the dividing line between Beaverton and Cedar Mill can be difficult to visualize. If you would like to learn more about where these lines are and how they may change in the future , October’s Cedar Mill Business Association meeting is for you!
Don Mazziotti, the Community & Economic Development Director for the City of Beaverton, will be discussing this, as well as future changes in the area, and how those changes may affect Cedar Mill. Mazziotti has been with the City of Beaverton for three years and has had more than 35 years of economic and community development, public administration, planning, real estate, and finance expertise.
The Cedar Mill Business Association meets on the second Tuesday of each month, 11:45-1 pm at the Cedar Mill Bible Church chapel, 12208 NW Cornell Rd. Non-members are welcome to attend a couple of meetings for free. Visit cedarmillbiz.com for more information. There’s free pizza, coffee and tea, bring your own beverage if you choose.
With holiday meals and cold weather fast approaching, staying healthy and making proper lifestyle choices can be a struggle. Luckily, Dr. Miles Hassell, MD, will be addressing this very issue as he discusses compelling evidence that supports using the Mediterranean diet to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, dementia, and type 2 diabetes. He will cover a variety of lifestyle issues as well, from the importance of daily exercise and portion control to preventing obesity in young children.
Currently in private practice at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Dr. Hassell is a clinical instructor in the training of internal medicine residents. Dr. Hassell is co-author of “Good Food, Great Medicine,” a cookbook that uses the whole-food Mediterranean diet as a basis to guide you in eating well for your health.
Dr. Hassell will be speaking at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, October 16 at the Prince of Peace Christian Living Center Gymnasium, 14175 NW Cornell Road. He will have copies of his book for sale.
Appreciation! Literally! Fashion Show and Luncheon coordinated by Second Edition volunteers is set for Friday, October 19, beginning at noon at Christ United Methodist Church in Cedar Mill. The event will feature gently-used and new designer fashions and accessories provided by Second Edition Resale, and a delicious lunch.
There will be a raffle for a “Scrap Log Cabin” quilt created by Second Edition Volunteer Janis Bowen, and for a gift basket by Agnes Onkka . Reservations are required, tickets are $20 and available at Second Edition, 12505 NW Cornell Road, on the east end of the library building. All profits from the event benefit the Cedar Mill Community Library Association.
In an age when sending physical cards in the mail is becoming a forgotten art, SendOutCards helps you stand apart. By combining online technology with the personal connection of sending and receiving cards in the mail, SendOutCards allows you to choose a greeting card, attach personal messages, digital images, even physical gifts, and they will print, stuff and send your card for you! And with a birthday card reminder feature, you’ll never miss sending another important card or gift.
CMBA member Lori Bitter, now an independent distributor for SendOutCards, started using the company to strengthen relationships with clients of her family-owned concrete business, and fell in love with the process. You can test out this service for free by calling Lori at 503-524-1111 or checking out her website, cardsbyloribitter.com. She will open an account that will let you send several free cards. And as of October 5, there is an iPhone app for SendOutCards so you can send cards and gifts from your phone!
In an effort to provide the best technology possible for their clients, Summit Dental has recently purchased a Ceramic Reconstruction System (CEREC). This dental restoration product allows the doctor to restore teeth in a single sitting with the patient rather than multiple appointments required with standard technology. Dr. Hagedorn designs the tooth himself using 3D photography and sends the information to an adjacent milling unit where the tooth is then cut from a solid block of ceramic material.
Patients requiring certain types of crowns, veneers, inlays, or onlays can be in and out of the office with the treatment completed after only one appointment. This is convenient for those who have difficulty scheduling multiple appointments or who are anxious about visiting the dentist. Visit www.summitdentalhealth.com for before-and-after photos and more information about this technology.
And on Saturday, November 3, the office will participate with Operation Gratitude to host our first Halloween Candy Buy Back. We will be “buying back” unopened Halloween candy from children in the neighborhood for $1 per pound (up to 5 lbs). We will then be shipping the candy to troops overseas. Must be accompanied by an adult.
Summit Dental is located just north of the Bales Thriftway center in the same parking lot. For more information, visit summitdentalhealth.com or call 503-644-7202.
Give yourself the gift of making art in an Acrylic Painting with Collage Workshop in my studio, Saturday, November 3 from 10:30 to 4:30. This one-day workshop is a fun exploration of collage together with acrylic paint. Learn a variety of techniques with acrylic paint, how to integrate collage images with paint, and how to transform images from one idea into another. Finish at least one piece by the end of the day! All levels of experience welcome! Please email me for more information and to reserve your space by October 18. Workshop fee is $95 plus $10 materials.
SoulCollage® is a simple but deep process of using collage to tap into your heart and soul. The workshop on October 26 and 27 begins with a Friday night intro from 6:30-9:30 pm, followed by a Saturday session from 11 am-4 pm. We will make cards, and then read and write about them. It's a fun and revealing process! My SoulCollage® card, the Clutterer, was made recently as I rejoiced in having cleared and cleaned my studio this summer! The Clutterer is my tribute to my love of things and the dark side of having too much stuff! Email me for more information or to register by October 15. Workshop fee is $85.
The Village Gallery’s October featured artist is Barb Sulek, who presents “Here and There,” a photographic and painted exploration of her favorite places at home and abroad. Her travels in the past year have taken her to southwest France and Tuscany, Italy. Sulek enjoys watercolor because of the brilliant color, the texture of the paper, and the spontaneity of the color mixing on the paper. Her exhibit runs from October 6 through November 3. An open artist reception will be held October 12 from 5-8 pm at the Village Gallery of Arts.
Chris Keylock Williams is teaching a watercolor class on October 2 and 23 with a final class on November 6 with two sessions 9-12 am or 1-4 pm. Chris will talk about getting to the heart of your idea, being innovative and techniques you might use to make that happen.
Children’s Art Classes with Kristi Roberts are open for enrollment with sessions on Mondays, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 or Wednesdays October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 from 3:45 to 4:45 pm. Children will explore a variety of subjects including landscapes, people, faces, animals, cartooning and perspective in many different media.
The Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10-4; Sunday 12-4 and closed on Mondays. The gallery is next to the Cedar Mill Library at 12505 NW Cornell Rd. Call 503-644-8001 or stop by to register for classes.
“Can you cleanse your inner vision until you see nothing but the light?... Can you step back from your own mind and thus understand all things?” - Tao Te Cheng
Mindfulness is living reflectively, with conscious awareness of our actions, words and thoughts. Awake to the world around us, we fully experience our senses. We are attentive to other's needs. We refuse to rush... We seek joy instead of mere desire. We cultivate our inner vision, aware of life's lessons as they unfold. - Virtues Reflection Cards
The Practice of Mindfulness: I seek always to be awake and aware. I am considerate of the needs of others. I keep a pace of grace. I do not allow emotions and impulses to rule me. I cultivate my spiritual awareness with daily reflection. I am a lifelong learner.
Affirmation: I am thankful for the gift of Mindfulness. It keeps me present.
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Westside Music is hosting a Halloween music jam and Open House on Sunday, October 28 from 2-4 pm at its music school, 1880 NW 167th Place, Suite 110, Beaverton. The public is welcome to this event where everyone can share their favorite autumn and Halloween music. Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP at 503-533-510.
Immediately following the jam, there will be a free demonstration lesson for the new adult recreational music program, Musical Moments, a fun, no-stress piano program for adults of all ages.
The Wine Cellar has successfully moved to its new location at 525 NW Saltzman Road. In addition to their existing retail wine business, owner Erin Palmer has added a professional kitchen, wines on tap and two conference rooms. Now community members can come for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights or enjoy the Wine Cellar’s selection of charcuteries daily! Chef Melissa Stanton is offering two dinners each week, a gourmet sandwich for $10 or a gourmet entree for $15. Stanton's love of pastries and baking is evident with her rotating selection of divine desserts.
Additionally, their new conference rooms are available for meetings, parties and non-profit events. The Wine Cellar has always been proud of being good community partners, and now they are able to do even more with their new space.
Call 503-643-5655 or stop by for more information about booking conference rooms. To learn about the rotating dinner menu, please like “Erin's Wine Cellar” on Facebook, or join their newsletter at www.portlandwinecellar.com.
As always, Wine Tastings are Friday and Saturday 4-7 pm, and cost $10/person or are free with the purchase of a to-go bottle of wine.
Goodwill has opened a new donation center at the corner of Cornell and Saltzman. This location will assist the Cornell store and other westside locations. In this high traffic area, Goodwill is expecting an estimated 1 million pounds of donations in its first year of business and 1.5 million pounds in its second year.
Open seven days a week from 9 am-8 pm, the donation center can take just about anything, especially electrical items in any condition. As a part of E-Cycle, Goodwill does not charge to take your electronics and will wipe all computer hard drives of personal information. Items that the donation center cannot accept include mattresses and box springs or baby items (other than clothes) due to health concerns. They also do not accept large appliances, and construction materials like bricks and foam padding, though Habitat for Humanity can accept these items.
Bujinkan Family Dojo is offering a free self-defense workshop on Thursday, October 11. This workshop will focus on the role that individuals play in nurturing a safer and more peaceful society through developing multiple plans of action when encountering violence, and practicing constant awareness. At this workshop, participants will learn how to survive confrontations involving close-quarters physical attacks and attacks with common weapons.
Peter Kramer, an 11th degree black belt under Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi, will be teaching this workshop. He has been teaching self-defense and martial arts since 1991. No martial arts experience is necessary, and people of all ages and fitness levels are encouraged to attend. Participants should wear loose-fitting clothing or fitness attire. While training weapons will be provided, no real weapons are allowed.
The workshop will take place from 7-9 pm at the Leedy Grange Hall, 835 NW Saltzman. For more information go to: www.bujikanfamilydojo.com.
On Tuesday, October 23, from 6- 7:30 pm, Sunset Member Mike Irinaga will be presenting a seminar on Understanding Medicare Benefits, which will cover prescription drug plans, Medicare Advantage plans and more.
On Wednesday, November 14, from 6-7:30 pm, Sunset Member Dean Shade will be presenting a seminar on What You Need to Know about Wills & Trust Planning.
Both seminars are free and open to everyone. If you'd like to attend either seminar, please RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or giving us a call at 503-643-1335.
Looking for a serious financial education without the sales pitch? Get the facts straight at Steve Suminski’s Money Machine Training. Sponsored by Wealth Foundations NW, Suminski will teach you how to trade stocks and options to create business and personal cash flow.
This training will take place on October 27 from 9 am-3 pm at the Rock Creek Country Club, 5100 NW Neakahnie Ave. Tickets are $59 and can be purchased at www.regonline.com/moneymachine. Cedar Mill Business Association members who attend will get 50% off their ticket price. Contact help@wealthfoundationsNW.com for this discount code and for all other questions.
Kumon Math and Reading of Cedar Mill offers education enrichment for preschool through 12th grade students. Get 50% off the Registration Fee by printing the Kumon ad on the home page of this month's news—just click and it will bring up a printable PDF file.
Kumon Open House - Saturday October 20, 10:30 -1:00. Prospective parents can get more information on our program and services. Please bring you friends along. Enjoy light refreshments.
Enter to win a $2000 Kumon scholarship today and experience benefits for a lifetime. No purchase necessary Sept 16th – Oct 31st, 2012. Enter at Kumon of Cedar Mill, 13619 NW Cornell, at the west end of the Safeway shopping center. 503-446-9091 or www.kumon.com/cedar-mill. Email for more information:
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