Hopkins holds 10th Relay Recess to fight cancer

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Annual fundraiser runs for two weeks and now includes entire community who work together raising money for cancer research

'We All Have Five Fingers'

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Sherwood photographer JÄ?nis Miglavs presents a visual interpretation of his quest to find his personal beliefs and religion

YMCA Teens use leadership skills to plant 800 trees, create…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Sherwood pair in Y's Teen Leadership program create volunteer projects for Y's Teen Center Ambassadors

Group is all about writing compelling stories

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Sherwood senior center writers meet weekly to read autobiographical tales that include many adventures

SHS graduate off to Boston University

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Emily Keebler won a scholarship to study costume design, planning to earn a bachelor of fine arts degree

Poke Makana gives Hawaiian bowls, burritos a fresh, tasty…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The new Hawaiian fusion restaurant recently opened at 20661 S.W. Roy Rogers Road in Suite 502.

Around Sherwood

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Timberline Baptist donates snacks to police, firefighters; library display pays tribute to Portland Canning Co.

Missoula Theatre rolls into town with 'Gulliver's Travels,'…

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Missoula Children's Theatre will present Gulliver's Travels (July 31-Aug. 5) and Treasure Island (Aug. 7-12).

Sherwood couple lives through thick and thin of hair…

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Since 2000, Paul Heineman has grown his hair for 18 months at a time to donate to Locks of Love where they make hairpieces for those suffering from…

Hopkins cracks down on food waste

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Students waste no time in forming a Compost Club to stop practice of throwing lunch leftovers in the garbage

Hopkins garden flourishes for now

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Teacher and garden advocate Casey Brennan is asking school district to support project financially

Summit-time, and the pickin' is easy

Portland Tribune - Features
Northwest String Summit returns to Horning's Hideout near North Plains this week with diverse music lineup.

Songwriting, aging, the old 'hood

Portland Tribune - Features
Beaverton-bred, Nashville-based singular singer, songwriter and storyteller to perform at Northwest String Summit this weekend

Randall chronicles wine history in new book

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Barb Randall, the Community Editor for the Lake Oswego Review and West Linn Tidings, will release her first book July 10. Launch events are planned…

Business Briefs

Sherwood Gazette - Features
A new four-story patient care tower is planned for construction is planned for Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center; Kent Bergstedt named agent of the…

Friends of arts center offer scholarship and production…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The Friends of the Sherwood Center for the Arts launch new programs including scholarship assistance and production assistance for those who want to…

The region's best classic and sports car show is almost…

Forest Grove News-Times - Features
Sponsored content: The Concours d'Elegance is Sunday, July 16 on the campus of Pacific University in Forest Grove.

Evolve Physical Therapy goal is to keep clients 'active for…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The new Sherwood business opened its doors on June 5 with aim to 'address injuries and movement problems through a very hands on evaluation and…

Sherwood girl in 'Sleeping Beauty'

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Sarah Valesano will perform the role of the Lilac Fairy in the June 24 production of 'Sleeping Beauty' performed by the June Taylor School of Dance

Qi Spot Acupuncture Clinic opens third office in Sherwood

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The new business will be added to current locations in Portland and Lake Oswego

Bernie Sims to host CD release party June 24

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Musician's new recording will be unvelied during a debut concert at the Sherwood Center for the Arts

'World Champion Yo-yo Coach' teaches the sport at senior…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Tommy Moore wants to turn Sherwood back into a 'yo-yo town'

Hopkins fourth-grader does well at Oregon Geography Bee

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Jack Weggeland uses his knowledge of geography to almost make the final round against older kids

SHS students proud of their work on third Bowmen House

Sherwood Gazette - Features
They are learning skills that they can use throughout their lives in building the 2,128-square-foot home.

Autism Family Fun Fest draws more than 200 to Two Kilts…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The May 6 event was held to benefit an organization that trains young adults on the autism spectrum

Business Briefs

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Willamette Valley Appliance hosts grand opening, Buckley joins LO law firm

Seventh-grader takes on crusade

Sherwood Gazette - Features
While battling epilepsy, Ella Mooers works to educate others about helping people with medical issues

Photographer's portraits to benefit Operation Smile

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Lisa Dillon Photography will host a fundraiser for the philanthropic

Free clothing exchange set for Countryside on April 29

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The annual event allows residents to pick up what they want with leftover clothing benefiting non-profits

Keeping up a tradition

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Easter bonnet parade held April 14 at the Marjorie Stewart Community/Senior Center has wide turnout

Daughters of the American Revolution to hold World War I…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Event is set for for April 6 at the Pleasant View Cemetery in Sherwood

Students from Mosaic Arts Loft place in national ceramics…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The students had an impressive showing at the National K12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation

Daughters of American Revolution award three winners of…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Winners announced on March 9 for 'Celebrating a Century: America's National Parks'

Rallison Cellars wine flows in Old Town

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Jared and Lari Rallison have opened a tasting room to celebrate their vintages in Old Town Sherwood

Seniors trip the light fantastic at weekly dances

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Marjorie Stewart Community/Senior Center turns into a dance club every Wednesday afternoon

Jazzercise hosts third-year anniversary open house

Sherwood Gazette - Features
An open house is set for Saturday, April 8, in the Bella Via Event Venue

Our Table Cooperative hosts organizing expert for April…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The 'Reclaim Your Health' workshop on April 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Our Table to host 'Reclaim Your Health' series with Vicki…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The sessions will be held in April at the Sherwood food cooperative

Gardners remodel historic home turned teahouse, turned…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The former Lavender Teahouse is now home to Gardner Team Real Estate

Born to sing: The Mallory sisters have been singing since…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The trio have been singing since they were toddlers and are now getting international recognition

Taekwondo Olympic hopeful Cole Noretto holds three…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The 13-year-old who trains in Sherwood has his eye on the Olympics

Sherwood's Baskin Robbins ice cream parlor hosts…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The ice cream business held a grand reopening party on Feb. 4

Chamber executive graduates from professional…

Sherwood Gazette - Features
Lana Painter attends 3-day program sponsored by Western Association of Chamber Executives

Group propels girls into former all-boys' club

Sherwood Gazette - Features
SHS Girls Who Code not only teaches skills but builds a sisterhood to support each other in male-dominated field

Raindriver CRANKS OUT hard-driving rock

Sherwood Gazette - Features
The West-side's ultimate garage band includes Sherwood guitarist Matt Bell

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