Trinity Lutheran to host Advent Festival Nov. 17

Trinity Lutheran Church, 507 W. Powell Blvd., will celebrate its annual Advent Festival, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17.

This family event features crafts children can make for Christmas. Young people will serve a chilidog lunch, and the women of the church will offer baked goods and small items such as napkins and cards for sale. The Fiddlers will entertain with music.

For more information, call 503-665-3197 or visit

Poverty summit focuses on partnerships

The fifth annual KEY Poverty Summit will run from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 17,at Mountainview Christian Church, 1890 N.E. Cleveland Ave., Gresham.

This year’s summit focuses on partnerships. Lunch will be provided between noon and 1 p.m.

To register, visit or call 503-907-2918. For information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Springdale School hosts grand re-opening

From 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 17, the community is invited to a grand re-opening of Springdale School — now home to Corbett Arts Program with Spanish (CAPS) — at 32405 E. Historical Columbia River Highway.

The event will feature a ribbon cutting ceremony, a cider press in the play shed and possible student musical performances.

For more than 20 years, Springdale School Community Association and the Corbett School District worked to renovate the historic school site. Today the school is listed on the historic registry and fully renovated.

Corbett Arts Program has 136 students grades kindergarten through eighth grade.

For information, call CAPS at 503-261-4294.

Quinby, Tlustos-Arnold lead in unofficial election results

As of unofficial election results released at 5 p.m. Friday, Ken Quinby and Tamie Tlustos-Arnold were winning Position 2 and 6 on Fairview City Council.

In the race for Position 2, Quinby held the lead at 49.92 percent, or 1,316 votes, ahead of Barbara Jones with 49.09 percent, or 1,294 votes. A difference of 22 votes.

Tamie Tlustos-Arnold leads for Position 6 with 49.96 percent, or 1,270 votes, ahead of Brian Cooper at 48.86 percent, or 1,242 votes. A difference of 28 votes.

A spokeman for the Multnomah County Elections Office said some ballots are yet to be counted, and he expects some of those may involve races in Fairview.

While the remaining uncounted ballots are unlikely to change the outcome of the races, it’s still too close to call. Multnomah County will release another round of revised results at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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