|Volume 6, Issue 11||
CMBA Member News
Everyone (including non-members!) is invited to Sunset Athletic Club’s 5th annual Craft and Gift Show, Tuesday November 18th from 10 am-3 pm. Please join us in ringing in the holidays with a fabulous variety of giftables from jewelry, garden art, scarfs, pet portraits to collage pillows, ceramics, note cards and more! There will be a raffle for an original acrylic pet portrait from local artist Kellee Beaudry. A portion of the money will go to The Oregon Food Bank and we will also have an ongoing food drive.
Visit Second Edition on Friday, November 7 for their annual holiday rollout of seasonal clothing and jewelry for all ages. The shop will be closed from 5-6 pm, then glamorous holiday outfits will be unveiled and for sale from 6-8 pm. Delicious light refreshments will be served. Come find a great look for the holidays at an unbeatable price! Second Edition Resale Shop is an ongoing fundraiser for the Cedar Mill Community Library. The shop is at the east end of the library building.
Floyd Stewart has announced that Jennifer McNair is joining Cedar Mill Realty as a broker who will be working with both buyers and sellers. Contact Floyd or Jennifer at 503-740-0146 for all your real estate needs, or visit the website at CedarMillRealty.com.
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The Harmony School proudly presents its third annual performance of Nuts and Crackers on Saturday, December 13 at the school located at 12849 NW Cornell Rd. This family-friendly comedy lends a different slant to an old Holiday Classic. With a modern musical score and dance styles, The Harmony School students will charm and delight the whole family.
The matinee performance will begin at 3 pm followed by an evening performance at 5 pm. All tickets can be purchased for $5 at The Harmony School. For information please call 503.626.0166 or visit www.theharmonyschool.org
If you or a loved one is eligible for Medicare, then you might be interested in attending one of the FREE, upcoming Community Meetings at Tilly’s Gelato & More (next to Walgreen’s). All meetings start at 10:30 AM on the following dates: November 18 & 25 and December 3 & 9, 2008. The presenter is CMBA board member Mike Irinaga, who is an Independent Agent for the AARP MedicareComplete plans by SecureHorizons. Learn the A,B C & D’s of Medicare. Information about the SecureHorizons Medicare Advantage, Medigap, and Prescription Drug Programs will be provided. Seats are limited, so please call 503-223-9797 or email email@example.com to reserve your space now. Come and bring a friend for a complimentary cup of organic coffee and a scone and get your 2009 Medicare questions answered. A sales representative will be present with information and applications.
Huntington Learning Center, located at 15220 NW Laidlaw Rd. in Bethany Village, recently opened its doors to students struggling with basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, spelling, phonics, study skills, as well as other factors that play a role in academic achievement.
Center operator Dr. Theresa Cassidy and her staff will offer personalized instruction by certified teachers to local students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Dr. Cassidy has over 35 years experience in education as a teacher and school administrator with a career focus in curriculum development, assessment and special education.
In addition to providing on-site instruction, Huntington Learning Center of Portland, Bethany Village will also work with local schools to ensure that area educators and guidance counselors are aware of the services that are offered to struggling students. The Center will also offer individualized one-to-one instruction to help students prepare for the SAT and ACT.
For more information about Huntington Learning Center, please call Dr. Cassidy at 503 533-4020, or visit huntingtonlearningcenter.com.
Bales Marketplace Cedar Mill will host their annual Holiday Show with food and wine tasting and a special appearance by the Sunset High School Jazz Band on Friday, November 7 from 4:30 pm. The show will run from 3-7 pm on both Friday November 7 and Saturday, November 8 with 60 tables of food and beverage ideas, tasting and demonstrations throughout the store.
Winemakers including Anne Amie and Stag Hollow, and breweries including Deschutes, Rogue and Bridgeport, will have representatives on hand to discuss their holiday offerings and provide samples. Bales’ Wine Steward Steve Gale will be taking case orders for your holiday entertaining.
As always, Bales’ meat department will be taking orders for turkeys including organic and extra-large birds, and also for their own delectable smoked hams and other holiday favorite meat and seafood items.
In addition to samples from Bales’ bakery, meat and fish, produce, and other departments, the deli will have samples of their Holiday Dinner packages. You can order your choice of a complete Turkey or Ham Dinner with all the trimmings, ready for you to pick up on the morning of the holiday. Have a stress-free holiday with the help of Bales’ Deli!
The annual Holiday Bazaar will begin on November 11th and continue throughout the month of November and December. The bazaar will be open the normal hours of the gallery—10 am-4 pm Tuesday-Saturday and from noon-4pm on Sundays. They are closed on Mondays. Come in to shop for original arts & crafts created by our local artist members.
The public is invited to an artist reception for featured artist Allen Greene on Sunday, November 9th from 2-4pm in The Village Gallery of Arts.
November and December classes at the Gallery include Workshops in Collage Art Wrapping Paper, Creating Holiday Cards, Mosaic Pendants as well as watercolor, drawing and more. Information about all Village Gallery programs is available on their website at villagegalleryarts.org
If you’d like to raise the level of culture in your place of business, as well as support local artists, Village Gallery of Arts has a deal for you!
Any local business that has a public space available for a display can contact the gallery and arrange for an outside show. Publicity Director Judy McVatne says, “We bring the paintings in and hang the show. The size of the show depends on the size and location of the venue. The art work is for sale with the profits paid to the artist and a portion to the Village Gallery.”
Businesses who may be interested in hosting a show are welcome to visit the gallery to see their current show as that is a representation of members’ art work, or visit them online at villagegalleryarts.org. For more information, contact Village Gallery Board President Lenall Siebenaler at 971- 235-7706.
A study reported in Newsweek states that the average American burns 55 minutes a day—roughly 12 weeks a year—looking for things they know they own but can’t find. 23% of adults say they pay bills late (and so incur late fees) because they lose them, according to Harris Interactive. These days who can afford to lose time or money?
NW Organizing Solutions, a new business in the Cedar Mill area, provides help to individuals, families, and home businesses to beat these statistics. Beth Giles, Professional Organizer, assesses the areas that need organizing, evaluates the goals for the space, and designs an organizing plan to fit the client’s needs. For more information contact Beth at 503-709-0791 or visit nworganizingsolutions.com.
If you or a loved one is eligible for Medicare, then you might be interested in attending one of the FREE, upcoming Community Meetings at Tilly’s Gelato & More (next to Walgreen’s). All meetings start at 10:30 AM on the following dates: November 18 & 25 and December 3 & 9, 2008. T
he presenter is CMBA board member Mike Irinaga, who is an Independent Agent for the AARP MedicareComplete plans by SecureHorizons. Learn the A,B C & D’s of Medicare. Information about the SecureHorizons Medicare Advantage, Medigap, and Prescription Drug Programs will be provided. Seats are limited, so please call 503-223-9797 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space now. Come and bring a friend for a complimentary cup of organic coffee and a scone and get your 2009 Medicare questions answered. A sales representative will be present with information and applications.
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