LOHS classes of 1983, 1993 to hold reunions

Lake Oswego High School class of 1983 will hold its 30-year reunion July 19 at Tualatin Country Club, beginning at 7 p.m.

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A 20-year reunion for Lake Oswego High’s class of 1993 will be held July 26 at Bridgeport Brewpub, beginning at 7 p.m.

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Free Journey Through Retirement classes offered

Journey Through Retirement, a free four-week series of classes designed to help people navigate through life by putting personal, financial and estate plans in place, will be offered beginning June 4 at SpringRidge in Charbonneau.

The course is taught by professionals and will meet each Tuesday in June from 1 to 3 p.m.

To reserve a space in the class call 503-694-6255. SpringRidge is located at 32100 SW French Prairie Road in Wilsonville.

Change the World this weekend at LOUMC

Members of Lake Oswego United Methodist Church will participate in the fourth annual Change the World program May 25 and 26 and invites the community to take part in the service projects planned for the event.

Activities include working on projects benefitting Habitat for Humanity, the Shade and Fresh Water Program for Belo, Brazil, and assemblying emergency aid kits for the United Methodist Committee on Relief.

The youth mission team will be preparing sack lunches for delivery to The Father’s Heart Street Mission.

The work at Habitat for Humanity will take place May 25 from 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those wishing to help must preregister with Doug Platz at 503-699-1358.

The other events will occur after the 9:30 a.m. service Sunday.

To volunteer, call the church office at 503-636-8423.

See benefit screening of ‘Restless Heart’ on Sunday

Resurrection Catholic Parish will host a screening of “Restless Heart: The Confessions of St. Augustine” on May 26 at 5 p.m. in the parish hall of the church, located at 21060 SW Stafford Road in Tualatin.

Proceeds of the screening benefit the Father Taaffe Homes in Salem. Cost is $8 for adults, $5 for youth ages 13 to 18.

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Attend West Coast debut of Lolly’s Locks benefit

The West Coast debut of Lolly’s Locks, a nonprofit organization providing cancer patients with high-quality wigs, will be held June 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Oswego Lake Country Club.

Hosted by Lake Oswegans Teri Oerlich and Chuck Sauvain, the public is invited for beverages, appetizers and information about Lolly’s Locks, founded by Jaime Wright, whose mother died last year of cancer.

“Just over a year ago I lost a dear friend (Lolly) to ovarian cancer,” said Oelrich. “Her family has started an amazing charity to provide high-quality wigs to women undergoing treatment of any type of cancer. Her goal was to tackle her disease on her own terms and to try to look and feel as good as possible.”

Oelrich said for some cancer patients, hair loss is one of the most emotionally devastating side effects of chemotherapy, and wigs can cost between $1,500 and $3,500, and that many insurance companies won’t cover the cost of a wig, and the ones that do typically don’t provide enough funds to make purchasing a quality wig an option.

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Lake Oswego Dentistry participating in Smiles for Hope benefit

Jon Robinson, DMD, and Lake Oswego Dentistry, is participating in benefit program for Smiles for Hope Foundation, a charity benefiting seriously ill and underpriviledged children around the world. There are two ways people can participate in the fundraiser. Those wishing to have their teeth whiten can pay $220 directly to Smiles for Home Foundation. Those wishing to just make a donation may do directly to Smiles for Home Foundation, at Lake Oswego Dentistry. To learn more call the office at 503-636-9800 or visit

Celebrate National Tinnitus Awareness Week

This week is National Tinnitus Awareness Week and Hearing Rehab Center Lake Oswego is raising awareness of hearing aids as a potential therapy to help quiet chronic “ringing in the ears.” HRC Lake Oswego is offering complimentary screenings and demonstrations of tinnitus treatment solutions. Visit for more information.

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