|Volume 7, Issue 4||
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) has announced an even bigger schedule of entertainment for this year’s Summer Concert Series, up to 12 sessions from nine last year. Cedar Mill Park’s concert was among the first three that were held in 2004. The series has proven so popular that the district has ramped it up to now include several theatre performances in addition to the musical concerts.
Music for the Cedar Mill Park Concert has not yet been chosen—performers for all the concerts will be announced in June. The CMBA will once again sponsor the popular “Passport Contest” with prize winners drawn from completed passports stamped by all the community partners at the event. Businesses and local service agencies are invited to participate: contact Sandy Sahagian, 503-297-2343 or email@example.com
A complete schedule is available on the district website at thprd.org/events/summerconcerts.cfm.
9 am – 4 pm, Saturday April 11,
Mike’s donates equipment and supplies and the girls supply the labor.
May 1-2, 9 am – 4 pm.
They’re also looking for donations—plants, ornamental pots, garden art, etc. If you are interested in donating, contact Janet Crum at 503-680-0331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunset High School is sponsoring a “Not MY Kid” Forum on Wednesday, April 15 from 7-9 p.m.
Even good kids can make poor decisions. Research shows that parents who send firm, consistent messages against tobacco, alcohol and other drugs will influence their children’s behavior not to use. However, surveys find parents are suffering from a “not my kid” syndrome. We believe that we can help protect kids and inspire postive life choices by educating our community about the consequences and long-term impact of destructive youth behaviors.
Speakers at the forum will include a Registered Nurse presenting “Trauma Nurses Talk Tough.” In addition, trial attorney Larry Wobbrock will address legal information that all parents and youth should know. A panel of young adults will share their personal stories of overcoming life-controlling addictions and self-destructive behaviors.
Students and parents are encouraged to attend this two-hour awareness forum together. Please note that the forum is not recommended for children under the age of 12 due to graphic photos used in the trauma nurse presentation. Interpretes en español estaran disponibles.
For more information, contact Rebecca Carney, Sunset Prevention/Intervention Specialist, 503-259-5175 or Rebecca_Carney@beavton.k12.or.us
Thursday, April 16, 5:30-8 pm
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