Eagle Scout project honors veterans
Zachary Backwell, a member of Estacada Boy Scout Troop 186, will host a dedication ceremony for his Eagle Scout project, a Veterans monument at the Mt. Zion Cemetery. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at noon Saturday, June 17, at the cemetery, 31285 S.E. Currin Road.
Library hosts cooking, gardening events
The Estacada Public Library has announced that the "Saucy Wine" cooking demonstration, initially scheduled for Friday, June 16, will be postponed. The details of the rescheduled program will be announced at a later date.
The demonstration, led by cooking instructor and chef Corey Pressman of Fat Salt Love, will highlight ways to prepare three different sauces that will make meat, fish and vegetable dishes pop. Participants will taste the sauces with crackers or bread and drink wine while learning.
Next week, the library will host a gardening program called "From My Hive 2 Your Flower." Led by Master Gardener Kris LaMar, the program will discuss ways to attract pollinators such as honey bees, hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden. The event will take place from 6:30-8 p.m. Friday, June 23, in the library's Flora Room.
Both library programs are free and do not require registration. Doors will open at 6:10 p.m.
College announces summer music camp
Clackamas Community College's music department is gearing up for its Contemporary Summer Voices Music Camp. The program is ideal for high school students and adults, and junior high students will also be considered for admission. The five-day camp, which runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 17-21, will include sessions in choir rehearsal, practical music skills, songwriting, circle signing and live performances. Every day after camp, interested participants will be able to work in CCC's studios and leave the program with a professional recording.
Estacada resident seeks assistance finding stolen items
An Estacada resident whose tools were stolen from his truck while it was parked in the city is asking fellow residents to keep an eye out for items that were taken.
The stolen items include a black bag with dark green trim that contained a set of Craftsmen wrenches; an assortment of sockets, extensions and ratchets; and two mini sledge hammers. A second dark blue bag contained two sets of welpers; two chipping hammers; an Ingersol Rand 90-degree air powered grinder; several pairs of gloves with the word "Wolfe" written on them in sharpie; and a magnetic 90- and 45-degree corner piece.
An auto-darkening welding helmet also was stolen. Anyone who finds these items should contact the Sandy Police Department at 503-655-8211.
County leaders seek applicants for boards
Clackamas County leaders recently announced openings on the historic review board and solid waste commission.
The historic review board has four openings. The board reviews applications to alter or add to historic structures, recommend the designation of new historic structures and review other land use applications involving historic landmarks. Terms are four years, and the board meets the second Thursday of each month as needed.
The application deadline is Friday, June 30. For more information, contact Linda Preisz at 503-742-4528.
The solid waste commission has two openings, each of which last four years. Members review rate changes, monitor franchise agreements and review changes in legislation affecting solid waste in order to advise the Board of County Commissioners.
The application deadline is Saturday, July 8. For more information, contact Clackamas County Senior Sustainability Analyst Rick Winterhalter at 503-742-4466.
Those interested in applying to either group can do so online at www.bitly.com/ClackCoABCs or via a paper form available by calling 503-655-8751.