Cash mob sets October target
Forest Grove Cash Mob is supporting Izgara, 2036 Main St. in Forest Grove, during the month of October. A cash mob tries to flood a specific business with customers, often over a short span of time, such as an hour or a day.
Previous cash mobs by the Forest Grove group have targeted the Sugar Shack and Dutch Bros. coffee kiosks. The effort was started last August as a way to creatively and productively protest the new Dream Girl coffee kiosk operated by bikini baristas.
The group aims to contribute to the local economy and show our support for a great local business, according to member Jennifer Brenner.
Food + art = money
The Sept. 20 Meet the Artist fundraiser sponsored by Forest Groves Public Arts Commission raised $1,875 for the commission. Meanwhile, a Family and Friends Night at McMenamins raised $1,989 for the Forest Grove Library Foundation.
The eight library-related Family and Friends nights since 2004 have raised a total of $17,797, according to Library Director Colleen Winters, for an average of $2,224 per event.
Ford Fiesta tickets for sale
Doherty Ford has donated a Ford Fiesta to be raffled off. Proceeds will go to St. Alexander Churchs fund to build a new church.
To enter, send your name, address and phone, and a $35 check to St. Alexander Catholic Church, 170 N. 10th Ave., Cornelius OR 97113, Attn: Joe Foye. The drawing will be held in the church at 7 p.m. Nov. 8.
Lost and found: photo album
A small family photo album was found along Thatcher Road in Forest Grove. Call 503-357-0579 if youre looking for one you lost.
Meal deliverers needed
Meals on Wheels People Forest Grove Center is in need of volunteer drivers who will deliver meals to homebound seniors. Meals are delivered between 10:30 a.m. and noon Monday through Friday.
Drivers must be at least 18 years old and have a drivers license. Volunteers are also needed to pack lunches, help with events and fundraising, and help in the kitchen. For more information, call Natasha at 503-359-4818.
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