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Cedar Mill Business Association Member News
In March 2007, Lee Davies Real Estate purchased the building at 9200 SW Barnes Road. Conveniently located across the street from the main entrance to St. Vincent Hospital and in the center of our market area, this facility will serve as the flagship for our company.
With the help of LRS Architects, WRG Design and Yorke & Curtis Contractors, ground was broken for an extensive renovation this past January. When complete, our state of the art new home will capture the lure of the Pacific Northwest and will represent our vision to be the best full service Boutique Real Estate firm focusing on the West Hills, Sunset Corridor and West Suburban markets.
Growing a garden nurtures your family and your neighbors! Colorful annuals, perennials, vegetables and herbs will be available from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, May 17 at the Cedar Mill Community Library, located at the intersection of Cornell and Saltzman. Proceeds benefit Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries.
To view pictures of the plant selection, visit the library or the library web site at www.cedarmill.org/library. The Cedar Mill Community Library Association is fundraising to support increased growth and need for library services in unincorporated Washington County. For more information, please contact Gloria Lee, library board member at email@example.com or call Dawn Anderson at 503-644-0043 x121.
Every Saturday through Labor Day weekend Bales employees will be serving up barbecue lunches to raise money for local charities. CynDee Ross-Brockett, Bales employee and Starbucks manager, says store employees came up with the idea and that managers are volunteering their time as part of the effort. “It’s something we can do to give back to the community, and we believe that’s important,” Ross-Brockett said.
The menu will vary from week to week, but common items may include hamburgers, hot dogs, meat kabobs or ribs, served with a side of potato salad and a soft drink. Hot dogs will cost $3 a meal for one or $5 for two. Hamburgers will cost $4 for the meal.
They will be barbecuing every Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm, possibly longer if the weather is nice. They’ll also have outside seating on nice days.
The web site searchforpeaceart.org now includes artwork from the March 2008 Search For Peace exhibit, and the 2007 Children’s Peace Fair, held last November. We encourage you to go to the website, review the art from 2008 and previous years, and send the link to others who might enjoy it.
In addition to providing copiers and shipping of small items, the UPS Store in the Peterkort Towne Square shopping center at Cedar Hills and Barnes can help you ship large items and even facilitate moving your entire household.
They offer a variety of shipping options at competitive prices. They’ll help you find the best way to get your stuff where it needs to go, including overseas shipping. Their custom handling and packaging services can include pickup, and they also sell moving boxes and supplies. Call them at 503-646-9999 or stop in Monday-Friday 9-7 or Saturday 9-5.
National Nurses week is the first week in May, but we will be celebrating our nurses all month long! We are thankful for the kind, caring service they provide to our patients. They really do go the extra mile to make sure that the quality of care is optimal. Patients can rest assured that their care is a priority here and we will do what it takes to be certain their needs are met. So, next time you are in for your visit, calling for an appointment, or receiving a call for continuity of care, be sure to thank the nurse you encounter for a job well done!
This month’s featured artist Sue Girard recently returned from a three week trip to Vietnam Sue’s featured photos will be of the places and the faces of Vietnam. Sue is a 20-year resident of Lake Oswego. All are welcome to her artist’s reception on May 18th from 2-4pm at the Village Gallery of Arts, east of the library.
For the second year The Village Gallery of Arts will participate in the Cedar Mill Library’s Plant Sale on May 17th. We will have our arts and crafts and jewelry for sale that day with a portion of the sales to benefit the library. There will be artist demos and a face and henna painting table for kids of all ages.
Leona Bolton, co-owner of Giftique Affordably Elegant Gift Baskets, was recently awarded an Honorable Service Medal at the First Annual Tri-State Women Veterans Conference in Pendleton, Oregon. She is a disabled Air Force Veteran and was honored along with many other women veterans from Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Ages of the veterans ranged from 24 to 87, and several of the women honored had served during World War II.
The conference was held to recognize women veterans and to afford them the opportunity to attend workshops covering a variety of issues, as well as to provide them access to various Veteran Service Organization representatives to answer their questions.
For more information about Giftique, visit their website at GiftiqueOregon.com
Two local women offer a clothes shopping alternative with the Etcetera collection trunk show. Elisa Bennett, co-owner of Sassy Frocks with Catherine Camp, describes the line as, “Simple, feminine, tailored, bold, elegant and practical. It is everything for our lifestyle, from great basics to casual-chic looks that can take you from day into night.”
Catherine explains, “Many of our customers work 10-12-hour days plus weekends. They consider our trunk show as a time-saver because they schedule their shopping time like they would another appointment.”
Their current collection will be available for viewing for one week only, May 14-May 21. If you are interested in attending a trunk show, please contact them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-737-9054. To preview the pieces in the collection, visit etcetera.com.
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