Cedar Mill Business Association
EU adds staff
Electronics Unlimited has recently added Jason Clark to its staff. Jason brings a rich history of technology experience, starting from the repair of copiers and printers all the way to geographically-dispersed wide area networks.
Jason has been enthusiastic about computer technology since there were personal computers, such as the early Sinclair and Commodore 64, and he still has a working C64! It seemed only natural that he eventually try it out as a career.
Electronics Unlimited offers on-site computer service to businesses and residents in the Cedar Mill area. Is your data backed up? They specialize in providing backup solutions. They also perform computer upgrades, and troubleshoot hardware and software issues. In addition, they help customers remove spyware/adware/viruses from their computers. Contact them at 503-848-9191 or on the web at eucomputers.net.
Cedar Mill Chiropractic News
Dr. Lauren McCabe is now a preferred provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield. We will gladly verify subscribers’ benefits to see if they have a chiropractic benefit in their plan and will continue to provide the high quality, evidence-based chiropractic care that people expect from Cedar Mill Chiropractic Clinic. Chiropractic care is a recommended and proven treatment for back and neck pain, headaches, sinusitis, infantile colic, and a host of other conditions. Please call 503-646-3393 to schedule with Dr. McCabe.
Cedar Mill Chiropractic Clinic has added an acupuncturist to our team of practitioners. Danielle Quast, LAc, will be available on Wednesdays. Danielle is a preferred provider for several of the larger health insurance plans, including Blue Cross Blue Shield and Great West. Please call 503-646-3393 for more information and to schedule an appointment.
Dr. McCabe will be teaching a class at the Beaverton City Library entitled “Living the Vegetarian Life” on Wednesday, September 24th from 6-7:30 pm. She will share the stage with Peter Spendelow of Northwest Veg for a fun, informational evening on the personal and physical components of living a vegetarian lifestyle. The class is free and is open for all ages to attend.
Second Edition redecorates
Second Edition Resale Shop, the primary fund raiser for the Cedar Mill Community Library, has been a beehive of activity, as volunteers completed a four-day painting project. The shop has been restocked with fall clothing and back to school items. Home Depot donated gift cards totaling $50 to help with the project, and 50 different volunteers donated many valuable hours of their time.
Cedar Mill Veterinary has new hours
Cedar Mill Veterinary Clinic, located at the corner of Barnes Road and Cornell, announced that they are extending hours on Thursdays and cutting back on Saturdays. New hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8-6, Thursday 7:30-7, and Saturday 8:30-noon. Contact them at 503-644-3101 or visit their website: cedarmillvet.com.
GriefShare – your journey from mourning to joy
GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them. It’s a place to be around people who understand what you are feeling. At GriefShare, you’ll learn valuable information from a biblically-based curriculum about recovering from your grief and renewing your hope for the future.
This class is offered periodically at Cedar Mill Bible Church with the next class series beginning September 11 and continuing for 13 weeks. Pre-registration is required, call the church office at 503.644.3156 and ask for Pastor Dave McElheran or his assistant, Nancy Anderson.
Each GriefShare session includes a video seminar featuring top experts on grief and recovery subjects. These videos also include on-location video and the real-life stories of people who have experienced losses like yours.
After viewing the video, you’ll participate in a small group discussion about what you’ve seen on the tape. You’ll also have the opportunity to interact with others who have experienced a recent loss, learn about their experiences and have the opportunity to share your own.
Village Gallery News
This month’s all-media show runs September 9 through October 5. The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday, 10-4 and Sunday 12-4 pm.
Featured artist Mary Robinson was born and raised in Portland, OR. She went to Roosevelt High School and then got her degree in economics from Portland State. She began working in the arts at an early age with her grandmother and father as her early teachers. This show will highlight Mary’s fascination with Venetian masks. The show will include paintings using acrylic and ink, and some of the masks she has created. Mary is a member of the Village Gallery in Cedar Mill and also a juried member of the North Bank Gallery in Vancouver, Washington. The artists’ reception will be on September 14, 2-4 pm and the public is invited.
The Village Gallery of Arts is a non-profit community gallery in operation over 40 years. They are located next to the Cedar Mill Community Library. Visit them on the web at villagegalleryarts.org
Home Buying Seminar at OCCU
Oregon Community Credit Union will be holding a Home Buying Seminar on September 9 from 6-8 pm. Please call the branch at 503-276-3100 for more information or to sign up for the seminar. Light refreshments will be served.
The UPS Store at Peterkort Towne Square supports the Komen Race for the Cure
It's time to register for the Komen Race for the Cure, Sunday, September 21. Everyone (friends, family or your business) is invited to be on our "The UPS Store" Team!!
To get started, visit www.komenoregon.org and click on "First time on-line registrant" or "past on-line registrant. Select "Join an Existing Team" and type in "UPS Store" in the Team Search section and you will be added to our team!
We will have groups running and walking, so register for whichever you like! If you know friends or family who would like to participate, but can't join us on September 21st or live out of the area, they can still register to be on our team and register for "Sleep in for the Cure" and get a t-shirt and a pin mailed to their house or they can support a race participant!
You may also donate to the Komen Race for the Cure through us by bringing in your donation. We'll put a ribbon with your name on it on our wall of ribbons. For every $5 you donate thru The UPS Store at Peterkort Towne Square, we'll donate an extra $2 to the Komen Race for the Cure as well! You will also be given your choice of either a "Frequent Shipper" card (worth $5 off your shipping after shipping 10 packages) or a Black & White 100 pre-paid copy card.