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READER COMMENT: We picked up the paper near Moonstruck in Beaverton. Our favorite story was about Khyati learning and te...
01/07/2021
Meet 13-year-old Khyati, a chess student that helps others learn: Super kids learning a super game | Beaverton Resource Guide

READER COMMENT: We picked up the paper near Moonstruck in Beaverton. Our favorite story was about Khyati learning and teaching chess [by Coach Larry Ball]. Alise Q.
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Meet 13-year-old Khyati, a chess student that helps others learn: Super kids learning a super game Jan 1, 2021 | Local Business | 0 | In these dark times there are moments of shining light. Khyati Ruparel, a 13-year-old student at Stoller Middle School, is such a light. Always cheerful, Khyati has m...

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12/29/2020

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The Beaverton City Library invites you to start the new year off with One Book, "Just Mercy".
12/29/2020

The Beaverton City Library invites you to start the new year off with One Book, "Just Mercy".

12/25/2020

READER COMMENT: I picked the paper up in the park across the street from the main Beaverton library. My favorite story is “What is an Arboretum?” on page 14. I was pleasantly surprised to learn Beaverton has three of them. Wow! I hope to visit all three of them eventually. I have been on SW Griffith Drive and saw there are trees on that street, but I never realized they were considered to be an arboretum. Now I want to consciously walk on that street, including in the park, and observe all the trees. I also really liked all the health-related articles on pages 14 and 15, especially “4 Tips to Stay Healthy This Winter [by The Oregon Clinic .”
I still can’t believe we have spent almost all of 2020 in isolation. I truly hope 2021 will be a much better year for everyone, including you and me. Very kindly, Myra
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/what-is-an-arboretum-we-have-3-in-beaverton/

12/10/2020

LOCAL COVID UPDATE: As part of a COVID-19 status update to the Washington County Board of Commissioners this week, Health and Human Services Director Marni Kuyl predicted that Washington County will remain in the “extreme risk” category at least through December.

READER COMMENT: I picked up the Beaverton Resource Guide paper at SW 4th AVE and Hall BLVD. In the red box in the park. ...
12/10/2020
Syndicate Wines Launches Pinot Noir in Support of Patricia Reser Center for the Arts | Beaverton Resource Guide

READER COMMENT: I picked up the Beaverton Resource Guide paper at SW 4th AVE and Hall BLVD. In the red box in the park. I liked the article on page 10 about Beaverton's local business: "Syndicate wines Launches Pinot Noir" [by Patricia Reser Center for the Arts Campaign]. ~Esther
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Syndicate Wines Launches Pinot Noir in Support of Patricia Reser Center for the Arts Dec 1, 2020 | Featured, Local Business | 0 | Beaverton-based wine bar releases limited edition Willamette Valley vintage to benefit neighboring performing arts facility Beaverton, Ore. (Nov. 16, 2020) – Syndicate ...

12/10/2020

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper outside the Beaverton post office. My favorite story was actually more than one story. I really liked all the health articles on pages 14 and 15. They are all relevant to me. I hope you are doing well and continuing to stay safe. I wish you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. ~ Myra

12/10/2020

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper by the Beaverton library, I liked the story about students. ~ Sei Lee

COVID ASSISTANCE: Washington County has extended the deadline for food service and tourist establishments to apply for C...
12/10/2020
Coronavirus Relief Funds Disbursement Application

COVID ASSISTANCE: Washington County has extended the deadline for food service and tourist establishments to apply for Coronavirus Relief Funds until December 16, 2020. Eligible businesses can receive $500-$4,900 for operational expenses. The amount a business can receive is at least as much as their annual license fee. Business owners can apply online at www.co.washington.or.us/foodandtouristassistance

Eligible food establishments with a valid 2020 Washington County Food Service license can apply for a Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) disbursement opportunity.

12/05/2020

LIBRARY: While Beaverton City Library buildings remain closed, the library is excited to introduce Activities To Go. Using the library’s hold pickup service, BCL To Go, you can now pick up an Activity To Go at the main library or the Murray Scholls branch during BCL To Go service hours. For a complete list of available bundles, visit www.BeavertonLibrary.org/BCLToGo

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11/23/2020

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Beaverton kids paint for racial justice this holiday season.
11/23/2020

Beaverton kids paint for racial justice this holiday season.

11/14/2020

WINTER SHELTER: The Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter will open for the season on Sunday, November 15 in partnership with Just Compassion of East Washington County to provide a warm, safe space for adults experiencing homelessness. This year, in coordination with Washington County, the shelter will be expanding its services and will be one of the three confirmed shelters in Washington County for the winter. OPEN: 24-hour, seven days per week shelter. The shelter is located at the Beaverton Community Center at 12350 SW 5th Street with capacity for up to 30 adults (age 18 or older) on an enrollment basis and no longer will be first come first served.

With winter coming, Beaverton provides shelter to those in need.
10/26/2020

With winter coming, Beaverton provides shelter to those in need.

10/06/2020

READER COMMENTS from last week: A big thank you to all who wrote in letting me know what stories you liked in the October issue. The ones mentioned include stories from the Oregon Zoo, police dept, health and super kids. This valuable feedback helps me plan future issues with stories that mean the most to the community.

It's not every year our city gets a new police station so getting one is exciting news for sure!
09/29/2020

It's not every year our city gets a new police station so getting one is exciting news for sure!

08/28/2020

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper from the Beaverton City library park, across from the library. My favorite story in the paper was the one that was published or written by the teen [Shion Britten]. It was titled “There is beauty above us” it talked about pollution. And meteor shows and what they both have in common. Thanks!

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08/28/2020

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The Beaverton Civic Theatre continues to bring us together through art and entertainment.
08/28/2020

The Beaverton Civic Theatre continues to bring us together through art and entertainment.

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper at a box in the park across the street from the main Beaverton library. My favorit...
08/23/2020
Help protect your community, do your part and we all stay safe | Beaverton Resource Guide

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper at a box in the park across the street from the main Beaverton library. My favorite story is “Mei Mei gives birth to a tiny cub.” I adore baby animals and I love animal stories like this one. I just wish animals like this one and her parents could grow up in their native habitat. I also wish people hadn’t done so much damage to them and to their homes. Unfortunately, it’s still happening.

I also really enjoyed reading many other stories, especially the five health-related ones on pages 14 and 15.

https://beavertonresourceguide.com/help-protect-your-community-do-your-part-and-we-all-stay-safe/

Help protect your community, do your part and we all stay safe Aug 1, 2020 | Health | 0 | COVID-19 is still spreading throughout our region, and it is essential that we work together as a community to stop the spread of this virus. Wearing masks, maintaining physical distance from anyone outside you...

READER COMMENTS: I picked up the BRG volume 10 at the red box next to the post office on 1st St. My favorite story is "s...
08/11/2020
Slow and Steady… Thoughts on how to approach life’s struggles | Beaverton Resource Guide

READER COMMENTS: I picked up the BRG volume 10 at the red box next to the post office on 1st St. My favorite story is "slow and steady" - how to approach life's struggles [by Valley Community Presbyterian Church]. Thank you for your publication of the BRG. I always look forward to reading it. It's so informative.
Fondly, Esther L.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/slow-and-steady-thoughts-on-how-to-approach-lifes-struggles/

Slow and Steady… Thoughts on how to approach life’s struggles Aug 1, 2020 | Featured, Learning Corner | 0 | I ran what is called and “ultramarathon” this summer. For those of you wondering, a marathon is 26.2 miles long; an ultramarathon is any race longer than a marathon distance. The tradi...

READER COMMENT: I picked up your paper from Jamba Juice in Cedar Mills and my favorite story was the one [by Lawrence Fe...
08/11/2020
Reduce chronic, disease-causing inflammation naturally in three easy steps | Beaverton Resource Guide

READER COMMENT: I picked up your paper from Jamba Juice in Cedar Mills and my favorite story was the one [by Lawrence Ferguson III] explaining why there's a dearth of cars available at dealerships now; I'm in the market for a new car and the information was useful. Also liked the one by the chiropractor [by True Potential Chiropractic] regarding CLG.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/reduce-chronic-disease-causing-inflammation-naturally-in-three-easy-steps/

Reduce chronic, disease-causing inflammation naturally in three easy steps Aug 1, 2020 | Health | 0 | Over 60 percent of people are affected by at least one condition associated with chronic low-grade (CLG) inflammation. CLG inflammation is responsible for destructive health issues like heart diseas...

Nothing says summer more than a ladybug and bright yellow flowers!
07/30/2020

Nothing says summer more than a ladybug and bright yellow flowers!

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