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Monthly Archives: July 2005
Oregon Zoo and Girls’ Inc. of Northwest Oregon are sending our girls overnight to Oxbow Park!
Girls between the ages of 8-11 or entering grades 3-5 in the fall are invited to Oxbow Park for an overnight trip, Wednesday, August 17th from 3:00 PM until Noon on Thursday.
For more information contact Stacey Royce at Girls’ [...]
Feral Cats are sweeping the nation. What can you do?
A feral cat is a wild domestic house cat. Those four cats living down at the bridge, hunting wild birds and squirrels, for instance. A mother cat, unspayed, can create more kittens over its short lifespan than you’d believe. Every time you get your own kitten; [...]
The pool at Wilson High has been completely remodeled and is open to kids during the summer!
Giant frogs and umbrella palms greet you to the “new” Wilson Pool. It has been completely redone, including a concession stand, a current channel, several interesting fountains, and lots of shallow areas for toddlers to explore.
Admission is a little [...]
The Northwest Neighborhood Cultural Center, home of the Children’s Theater, needs $2M to stay the Cultural Center.
Don’t we have enough condominiums and shopping centers in the northwest? Home of 23rd Avenue and the just west of the trendy Pearl district, we should keep such a historic landmark afloat.
In 1978, the neighborhood rallied to purchase the [...]
Another bill is in the Senate that’ll affect the money we have for schools, police and roads.
The QPAI changes that Oregon has to “connect to” (see here for a good description of the process) will cost Oregon 18 Million Dollars next year and fifty million by 2011.
This would be a good chance for you [...]