|Volume 8, Issue 8||
Enjoy a House Concert featuring local favorite Greg Clarke and award-winning songwriter and recording artist Rebecca Troon—in town for this one show! Listen to her music
Saturday, August 14th, Potluck Dinner at 6 pm (please bring a dish to share). Music starts at 6:30 pm.
There is a $10 suggested donation and kids are free. All proceeds go to the Malinowski for County Commissioner campaign. Contact
Do you love to garden? Would you enjoy meeting with other local gardeners at a convenient location on a weeknight?
Informational meeting September 8 at 7 pm, Christ United Methodist Church (Old Kitchen), 12755 NW Dogwood Street. For more information, contact Garnet Ascher, 503-292-4460 or
On Tuesday, August 24th at 7 pm, our state legislators, Representative Mitch Greenlick and Senator Suzanne Bonamici, will hold a Town Hall meeting for constituents in the East Pavilion Classrooms near the fountain entrance at Providence St. Vincent’s Hospital, located at 9205 SW Barnes Road. They invite anyone with questions or concerns about state government issues to join them for this discussion.
Leedy Grange held their first Gift Locally Holiday Bazaar last year on Thanksgiving weekend. It was such a success that it’s now an annual event. Billed as “Not your Granny’s bazaar,” the two-day sale features hand-made food, craft and art items for holiday giving and decorating.
If you or someone you know would like to participate as a vendor, please contact Virginia Bruce at. Visit and click on “past events” for more information.
The Community Pancake Breakfast is a fundraiser put on by the Bonny Slope 5th graders to raise money to spend three days at Outdoor School (an Oregon tradition) and for their activities during the year. Kristina Seale, Bonny Slope Fifth Grade Activities Coordinator, says, “Not only does it support the great activities for them, but it is always fun to see them work hard and involve the community to earn the opportunity.”
The breakfast will be at Bonny Slope Elementary on Saturday, September 11th from 8-10 am. The fifth-grade students will also be giving tours of the school since many in the community have not had a chance to see Cedar Mill’s beautiful new school!
The kids would love support from the Cedar Mill area businesses! If you would like to help with food donations for the breakfast, monetary donations or by advertising the breakfast to your clients in the community, please let us know. Your help would be very greatly appreciated and noted at the event. To offer your help, contact Kristina at email@example.com or 503-867-6375.
Beginning cloggers in grades 3-8 are invited to join a six-week class to be held Friday afternoons from 4-5 pm at Leedy Grange hall, beginning September 17.
Students have the opportunity to perform the routines at class recitals and various other performances, including the Washington County Fair each July. Instructor Angie Fisher has been clogging for 10 years, and enjoys teaching clogging to both kids and adults. She aims to make classes a fun and positive experience. For more information, visit her website at, or contact her at or (503) 523-0171.
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