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Volume 3, Issue 1

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January 2005

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Featured Business
Nails Sophisticates

For some of us, there’s nothing quite as relaxing as sitting back in a comfy massage chair and having a pedicure. There are several nail shops in the area, but the one with the most elegant and relaxing atmosphere has to be Nail Sophisticates located in the little strip at the southeast corner of Murray and Cornell.

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Elk trails and Wapato paths

Many early transportation routes in the Tualatin Valley began as Indian trails routed around geographic obstructions. And the Indian trails probably began as natural animal paths. Later, several of these routes were improved by the pioneers after they established themselves here.


Time to Renew your Cedar Mill Business Association membership

Next Meeting
Cedar Mill Business Association

Tuesday, February 15, 2004
4 pm (NEW TIME!!)

Place: Cedar Mill Community Library

Topic: Our CPO
Speaker: Bruce Bartlett, CPO #! President

Join us to learn more about what the CPO does, explore some current issues, and give your input about what the CPO should be addressing.

Cedar Mill History Project Update

The Cedar Mill History Project is gaining momentum. The next big milestone will be to apply for IRS non-profit status. Once that’s done, we can begin to raise funds to accomplish our many goals. One fundraising idea that we’re already working on is an annual calendar with historic Cedar Mill photos.


City of Cedar Mill?

After Beaverton Mayor Rob Drake spoke to the large crowd attending January’s CPO #1 meeting, people have begun to talk about the possibility of incorporating Cedar Mill as a city.


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