Laker Cheer Pancake Breakfast this weekend
The Laker Cheer Pancake Breakfast will be held this Saturday, featuring blueberry and chocolate chip flapjacks, sausages, orange juice, coffee, tea and orange slices.
Proceeds go toward competitions, gear, uniforms, scholarships and more for Lake Oswego High School cheerleaders.
The event will be from 8:30-11 a.m. at Lake Oswego High School, 2501 Country Club Road. Tickets are $5 and are available from all cheerleaders, at the LOHS main office or at the door. There also will be $10 pashmina scarves for sale.
Lakeridge Junior Highs Oktoberfest auction coming up
Lakeridge Junior High Schools Oktoberfest 2014 will feature German food, beverages, music, a silent auction, door prizes and games this Saturday.
Organizers are calling the event Gemütlichkeit, which in German connotes a relaxed, cheery social situation. A silent auction starts at 6 p.m. at the Portland Brewing Company Taproom, 2730 N.W. 31st Ave., Portland. A $70 ticket includes access to a buffet, as well as two drinks, unlimited soft drinks, a commemorative pint glass, round-trip bus transportation and entertainment. Parent volunteer Tom Krueger will emcee. To buy tickets, visit lakeridgejuniorhigh.schoolauction.net/oktoberfest2014/tickets/ticket_sales.
Lions offer vision and hearing screenings in LO
The Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation is partnering with schools to provide vision and hearing screenings throughout the state, including in Lake Oswego.
Screenings will be held 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Lake Grove Elementary School, 15777 Boones Ferry Road; 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 24, at River Grove Elementary School, 5850 McEwan Road; and 9:10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 27, at Westridge Elementary School, 3400 Royce Way.
For a full schedule of screenings, visit olshf.org/mobile-health-screening-progra.
LO Ski and Snowboard Swap and Sale a success
There are at least three ways to measure the success of the 41st Annual Lake Oswego Ski and Snowboard Swap and Sale on Saturday.
Take the amount that was raised: Local winter sports enthusiasts bought or sold athletic gear; and sales totaled $60,000, with $15,000 going to Lake Oswego and Lakeridge high schools ski teams. More than $500 came from a raffle for a pair of new skis from Next Adventure. The dollars raised at the event will support coaching, travel expenses and training equipment.
Look at the attendance: Several hundred people went to the big sale.
Or consider the community involvement: 300 volunteer hours went into the event. Doug Fish, who organized the sale, said he had a lot of support.
There are a lot of parents involved from both schools, so very active participation, said Fish, parent representative for the Lake Oswego High School ski team.Add a comment