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Supercuts opens in Lake Oswego

Supercuts has opened a new salon in Lake Oswego at 333 S. State St. According to franchise owner Anahita Crawford, the salon offers a variety of services including haircuts, color, waxing and more. Haircut prices start at $16.95, and the salon's stylists are certified in the latest hairstyles and color techniques. For more information, call 503-635-0171.

Federici joins Bank of Oswego

Al Federici has joined the Bank of Oswego as senior vice president and chief lending officer. He will oversee the bank's private, commercial and home mortgage lending operations and retail banking divisions.

Federici most recently was employed as district credit adviser, vice president with Key Private Bank. He has worked in various financial capacities in the Portland area for 40 years, building a reputation as a highly skilled senior financial executive.

He is a graduate of Portland State University with a bachelor's degree in administration and finance, has completed studies in marketing management at Stanford University and graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School with honors. He serves on numerous boards and committees in the community.

Glance Optics and Eyewear opens in Lake Oswego

Bob and Lisa Martinsson have opened Glance Optics and Eyewear at 220 A Ave. in Lake Oswego. A grand opening event is planned for June 23.

The office phone number is 503-399-9090, and the website is glanceglasses.com.

Alpine Outfitters opens in Country Square

Alpine Outfitters has opened in the Country Square Shopping Center on Second Street in Lake Oswego. The store sells casual lifestyle pieces in addition to outerwear, footwear and equipment for hiking, backpacking, camping, trail running, outdoor yoga, mountaineering and other outdoor pursuits. The shop is open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m on Sunday. Owners Steve and Jennifer Green moved from Bend a year ago. They have two sons, Brendan and Parker.

Hayes to sit on panel for Peace is Possible event

Lake Oswego resident Rinda Hayes, founder of Kenya Keys, will serve on a panel with Dr. Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate at Peace is Possible One Community at a Time, to be held Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel. The panel will discuss the role of women in preventing war.

South Metro Golf Scramble registration open

The Wilsonville and West Linn chambers of commerce will team up to co-host a South Metro Golf Scramble on July 30 at Willamette Valley Golf Club in Canby. Registration includes gourmet meals, games, contests and more. Cost is $159 per person or $599 per four-person team. Contact Brandi Hereford at the Wilsonville chamber for more information at 503-682-0411 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Seminar offered on social security

Waterman & Associates Inc. are sponsoring a seminar to explain the role that social security benefits can and should play in your overall retirement income plan.

The event is planned for June 28 at Pacific West Bank, located at 1753 Dollar Street in West Linn.

Those planning to attend are asked to reserve a seat by calling Roxanne Waterman at 503-524-6974.

Cayuse Cycles moving

Cayuse Cycles is moving to 21560 Willamette Drive in West Linn. The store will close June 26 and reopen in the new location July 5.

For more information, visit cayusecycles.com.