Beaverton Resource Guide

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One Book One Beaverton invites you to join the library in reading The Cold Millions by Jess Walter
12/25/2021

One Book One Beaverton invites you to join the library in reading The Cold Millions by Jess Walter

One Book One Beaverton invites you to join the library in reading The Cold Millions by Jess Walter

12/16/2021

READER COMMENT: My favorite story in this month's paper was the ACMA 8th grader, Jasper Gillispie's story, "Chloe Green". This is a trippy story and a delightful read. Also, I enjoyed the Super Student Corner section about Andrew. He sounds like a great kid who benefited from Kumon. In fact, thank you for this because I'm going to call Kumon and get my kid tutoring for math asap. My vote for best business goes to, Top Burmese Restaurant on 1st Street. I'll probably keep voting for them because they're delicious... And Black Bear, of course.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/andrew-is-working-5-years-above-grade-level-thanks-to-kumon-of-south-beaverton/

The Beaverton Civic Theatre always has something jolly going on for the holidays!
11/23/2021

The Beaverton Civic Theatre always has something jolly going on for the holidays!

The Beaverton Civic Theatre always has something jolly going on for the holidays!

READER COMMENT: I picked the paper up at Canfield Assisted Living and my favorite article was on page 4 fromDirkse Couns...
11/09/2021

READER COMMENT: I picked the paper up at Canfield Assisted Living and my favorite article was on page 4 from
Dirkse Counseling and Consulting, Inc. - HR Solutions. I liked it because they honor veterans and promote hiring them. Way to go, DCC!
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/25-years-of-community-partnerships-with-dirkse-counseling-and-consulting-2/

READER COMMENT: I picked the paper up at Canfield Assisted Living and my favorite article was on page 4 from
Dirkse Counseling and Consulting, Inc. - HR Solutions. I liked it because they honor veterans and promote hiring them. Way to go, DCC!
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/25-years-of-community-partnerships-with-dirkse-counseling-and-consulting-2/

11/09/2021

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper at my usual place: the box across the street from the main Beaverton library. I have three favorite stories. They were “The power of thank you!,” How to stay physically fit as the season changes, and “Self-compassion - don’t roll your eyes, do it!”

My choice this month for the Best of Beaverton Businesses award is Panda Express. I recently ate at the one located at 11490 SW Canyon Road in Beaverton. The food choices are displayed in a glass case, so you can see what they look like before you order. I was very pleased with how delicious all my selections tasted. In addition, the prices were reasonable. I also really appreciated that every worker I interacted with was pleasant and helpful.

READER COMMENT: My favorite story [by Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter] was about Washington County Animal Control because I t...
11/09/2021

READER COMMENT: My favorite story [by Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter] was about Washington County Animal Control because I think that people don't have a good idea about what they their contribution is to the community.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/qa-with-the-animal-shelter-animal-service-officers-what-do-they-do/

READER COMMENT: My favorite story [by Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter] was about Washington County Animal Control because I think that people don't have a good idea about what they their contribution is to the community.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/qa-with-the-animal-shelter-animal-service-officers-what-do-they-do/

READER COMMENT: The cover story on "Survivorscape" [ by Beaverton Police Department ] was definitely my favorite article...
11/09/2021

READER COMMENT: The cover story on "Survivorscape" [ by Beaverton Police Department ] was definitely my favorite article from this month's issue. At first glance, I found the art to be merely beautiful depictions of scenic locales, but upon reading the article, I understood the symbolism behind what is truly being depicted. Like so many things that initially appear one way, such as a relationship, it isn't until you hear about it from the "inside" that you can gain an honest understanding of what it is actually like (what is being presented vs what is being concealed). What a showcase from a talented artist and a brave survivor! Thank you BRG for highlighting this work/event!
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/come-visit-this-powerful-art-exhibit-at-the-public-safety-center/

READER COMMENT: The cover story on "Survivorscape" [ by Beaverton Police Department ] was definitely my favorite article from this month's issue. At first glance, I found the art to be merely beautiful depictions of scenic locales, but upon reading the article, I understood the symbolism behind what is truly being depicted. Like so many things that initially appear one way, such as a relationship, it isn't until you hear about it from the "inside" that you can gain an honest understanding of what it is actually like (what is being presented vs what is being concealed). What a showcase from a talented artist and a brave survivor! Thank you BRG for highlighting this work/event!
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/come-visit-this-powerful-art-exhibit-at-the-public-safety-center/

Drop by the Public Safety Center to see the Survivorscape art exhibit.
10/26/2021

Drop by the Public Safety Center to see the Survivorscape art exhibit.

Drop by the Public Safety Center to see the Survivorscape art exhibit.

Many of Beaverton's wonderful artist can be found at the Village Gallery of Arts in Cedar Mill.
09/27/2021

Many of Beaverton's wonderful artist can be found at the Village Gallery of Arts in Cedar Mill.

Many of Beaverton's wonderful artist can be found at the Village Gallery of Arts in Cedar Mill.

VISIONING SURVEY: We Want to Hear From You! Community Invited to Take Beaverton Visioning Survey. Tell us your thoughts ...
09/24/2021
Beaverton Visioning Snapshot

VISIONING SURVEY: We Want to Hear From You! Community Invited to Take Beaverton Visioning Survey. Tell us your thoughts about Beaverton’s future by taking a brief survey about visioning goals and priorities. What makes a city a good place to live? What do you want the city to look like 10 years from now?

Take the survey at https://bvtn.info/august2021.

“One of the things I love about living in Beaverton is that everyone’s voice matters,” said Brian Powell, VAC Chair. “This process is about coming together to shape Beaverton in ways that enable everyone to thrive.”

Beaverton Visioning Snapshot

09/20/2021

READER COMMENT: I picked the paper up at Canfield Place Assisted Living Center. My favorite article was about 529 College Plans on page 19 [by Karen E Bolin]. That was helpful. Second choice would be TV Fire & Rescue on page 22 [by Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue]. Good for our local firefighters for memorializing those who lost their lives on 9/11/01. For the Best of Beaverton Business Award, I nominate 5 Guys Burgers & Fries at Walker and Cedar Hills Blvd. Besides having consistently good food and great service, we're so pleased that even through all the COVID inconveniences, they've kept Abigail on to keep their lobby clean. She's a dear and very efficient.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/529-plans-not-just-for-college-put-it-to-work-for-your-family/

09/15/2021

READER COMMENT: What my favorite story was:
"Look who's hopping back to their homes" [by Oregon Zoo]. It's true that I have an affinity for frogs that goes back to my childhood of capturing tadpoles and bringing them back to my family's backyard ponds, but I loved hearing that different agencies are taking a collaborative approach in preserving the NW's northern leopard frog population.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/look-whos-hopping-back-to-their-homes-hundreds-of-zoo-reared-frogs/

The New Friends of the Beaverton City Library are having a huge book sale you won't want to miss!
08/25/2021

The New Friends of the Beaverton City Library are having a huge book sale you won't want to miss!

The New Friends of the Beaverton City Library are having a huge book sale you won't want to miss!

08/20/2021

READER COMMENT: I picked up this always excellent and very useful paper in the box that is across the street from the main Beaverton library. My favorite story is “How Gizmo, a very magical horse, helped save my life...one ride at a time” [by Naskah Zada] That story deeply touched me emotionally. I went to the Beaverton Night Market on Saturday. I had a good time. I actually saw and got to chat with several people I know who were also there. I listened to and watched some of the wonderful entertainment.
I looked at all the absolutely beautiful chalk drawings [La Strada dei Pastelli Chalk Art Festival]. They were magnificent. I got to see them before they were finished and also the finished versions at the end when I was walking home. I’m glad I went, even though it was very hot.
-- Myra S.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/raise-up-downtown-beaverton-kicks-off-with-la-strada-dei-pastelli-incredible-chalk-artists-will-amaze-and-delight/

August brings us the amazing La Strada dei Pastelli event in downtown Beaverton.
07/26/2021

August brings us the amazing La Strada dei Pastelli event in downtown Beaverton.

August brings us the amazing La Strada dei Pastelli event in downtown Beaverton.

The Beaverton Night Market gives residents a cool way to shop!
07/06/2021

The Beaverton Night Market gives residents a cool way to shop!

The Beaverton Night Market gives residents a cool way to shop!

06/15/2021

READER COMMENTS: Hello! Nice to get back out and pick up your newspaper. We got ours at TOGOs on Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy.
I do the word puzzles with my grandboys and our favorite article was “Say Hello to Frank” [by Pacific Pug Rescue] about the disables dog who was adopted! My son just opened a food cart so I was able to share your article on Networking [by WINEHAUS ] with him! Retired and living in Beaverton, I enjoy your whole newspaper to help me keep up with what is going on in and around Beaverton, Thanks !
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/why-every-small-business-owner-needs-to-build-a-network-and-reap-big-rewards/

06/12/2021

READER COMMENT: I picked up the paper at the rack across the street from the main Beaverton library. My favorite story is “Say hello to Frank!” [by Pacific Pug Rescue ] This very touching story brought bittersweet tears to my eyes. I’m so glad there is a happy ending for Frank. It’s wonderful that there are fantastic organizations like Pacific Pug Rescue and Cat's Cradle Rescue
Cat’s Cradle Rescue, which have compassionate people who take care of too many animals that need and deserve a loving home, but don’t have one yet.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/say-hello-to-frank-his-story-has-a-happy-ending/

06/02/2021

VOTE BEST OF BEAVERTON AWARDS: I would like to put in my vote for the Best of Beaverton to TPC (True Potential Chiropractic). They are an amazing group of fun, smart, and caring people. The environment they’ve created not only helps you physically but also mentally/ emotionally. The best thing about TPC is Doctor Bell and the fact that they go over x-rays with clients to PROPERLY diagnose issues. This is one of the best places I have visited.

06/02/2021

VOTE BEST OF BEAVERTON AWARDS: My vote for best Beaverton business goes this month to the Black Bear Diner. I picked up dinner at the Black Bear Diner for Memorial day and it was very good. The food is delicious and the portions are very generous and the food was ready for pickup a few minutes after I placed my order. I enjoyed it.

06/02/2021

VOTE BEST OF BEAVERTON AWARDS: My best-business nomination is Signature Shoes. Wide array of comfortable, quality shoes, a knowledgeable staff, and relaxed atmosphere. I was so glad to see that they're open for business again.

06/02/2021

READER COMMENT: My favorite story overall was "Here comes the SUN!" on page 16 [by Singing River Natural Medicine ]. I've often heard us Pacific Northwesterners are vitamin D deprived and that the best way to get our vitamin D is through exposure to the sun, but I've never heard what the "magic number" was in order to accomplish that. Thanks to this article, I now know it's having 30% of our bodies exposed to peak sun for 20-30 minutes.
https://beavertonresourceguide.com/we-are-all-overdue-for-some-outdoor-fun-here-comes-the-sun/

Summer fun in 2021!
06/02/2021

Summer fun in 2021!

Summer fun in 2021!

05/07/2021

BEST OF BEAVERTON BUSINESSES AWARD VOTE FOR: D'Vida Injury Clinic & Wellness Center! While there's a lot of fantastic clinics in the area, D'Vida has really shown a lot of positive growth over the years. Even through transitions of new staff at times, they continue to provide consistent care and everyone has great bedside manners. I feel like I am treated on a very personal level, thoroughly listened to and have had excellent success with treatments. I have gone there for a chiropractic care, acupuncture and massage. Although I typically go for self-care and maintenance, I've also been treated after a motor vehicle accident. I not only appreciate feeling very well cared for but also appreciate entering an atmosphere that is warm and welcoming. I often recommend the clinic.
-- Kirsten Tankersley

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#GratiTuesday shout-out to our wonderful media partners for Christmas My Way (Dec. 4-31): All Classical Portland, Beaverton Resource Guide, ArtsWatch, and The Oregonian. Thanks for supporting local theatre!
Have you read our latest article in the Beaverton Resource Guide yet? This month we highlighted Melanie, a newly hired restaurant employee who we worked with during Discovery and job development! When we asked Melanie what she enjoyed about her job, she said, "I like to have a job and get out of the house and work. i like working because I like to clean windows and the people are nice." Congratulations to Melanie on your continued success! #DirkseWorks #JobSeekerSuccess #DisabilityEmployment
ASHCREEK PLAYSCHOOL OPEN HOUSE! Saturday Feb 8 10am-1pm We have two classrooms, for students ages 2-5. Low cost $135-$350 per month! We have a lot of openings in the 2's class for next fall, there are a lot of returning students so space in the older class is going quick. Ashcreek Playschool is a co-op preschool located off Murray and Weir in Beaverton. Being a co-op, parent participation is part of our program. For many families, due to work and other commitments, regular volunteering in class may not be an option, so we are now offering the option to either buy out of some volunteering shifts. This means that some families can sign up for additional shifts for a discount! If either of these options interests you please inquire at our open house. www.ashcreekplayschool.com https://www.facebook.com/events/454586478779920/
Read the unabridged version of the article that first appeared in December's Beaverton Resource Guide
Rhonda Kay Leonard with United Homecare mentioned and quoted me in a piece in the Beaverton Resource Guide. Family caregivers often struggle with getting help, support and resources for their loved ones, particularly those living with dementia and other chronic illnesses. Check it out for some advice from my guidance business and other sources. Thanks, Rhonda Kay! 💜 Bill Cohen #alzheimerssupport #caregiversupport
Check out the the article about our spokes-cat in the December Beaverton Resource Guide!
I wrote this for the Beaverton Resource Guide: Seven years ago, during the summer of 2012, we lost our son, Zach, at the age of 25. For Christmas that year, my wife and I managed to get a Christmas tree. We placed upon it clear tear-shaped ornaments and blue lights. It was a Blue Christmas, a la, Elvis: “I’ll have a blue Christmas without you.” Nonetheless, it was Christmas. The blue and the tears were good for our souls. I know that other celebrations besides Christmas are celebrated during the holiday season, but perhaps all of our celebrations have a similar orientation around this time of Winter Solstice. At the darkest point, the sun begins its rise. There is much to be festive about at this time of year: Shopping, parties, gathering with families, glowing candles, children in their pajamas, concerts and light shows and plenty of Santa hats. I love all of it. Yet, Christmas (and the holiday season as a whole) is most complete when it includes some blue. The light that shines in the darkness is shining for the darkness of grief, loss, and struggle that we all experience. It is the price of being born. Our tree won’t consist entirely of tear-shaped ornaments and blue lights this year, but there will be a couple of them. They will remind us of Zach and of loss and of the Light of a new dawn that pierces the darkness. Wherever life finds you this season, may the Light meet you where you need to be met even if it shines through the color blue. John Shuck is a Presbyterian minister. His website is www.progressivespirit.net http://beavertonresourceguide.com/ill-have-a-blue-christmas-without-you/
Good Afternoon BESThq. Lets take a moment and read about last weeks #Shoutouts: (Ron)- Shout out to Cindy with Dirkse Counseling and Consulting, Inc. - HR Solutions for our Amplify Success partnership. We are excited to help uplift the community! (Czarina with Little Engineers)- Shout out to Specialty Cleaning & Maintenance, thank you for getting her home fixed in a timely manner! (Bruce with TriOasis a Compassion Care Community)- Shout out to Katie with Kati's Cakes for bringing in the quiche treat and for finding a way to not eat sugar in the morning! (Ron)- Shout out to Kati's Cakes for the amazing treats she brings every 1st Tuesday of the month! (Ron)- Shout out to Bruce with TriOasis a Compassion Care Community for being a part of the BESThq community for 6 years! (Cindy)- Shout out to Beaverton Resource Guide who have published our success for the past 4 years and this September has featured BESThq and the STEAM Minecraft (Czarina)- Shout out to Hope Chinese Charter School for being the #1 Chinese Beaverton Charter School! (Susie)- Shout out to all the teachers who have started the school year! (Niel with Pietrok Engineering and Resources LLC)- Shout out to his teenagers for starting the new school year! (Kate)- Shout out to the City of Beaverton Beaverton crew who are getting the pave painted near her home. (Derek Rey Consulting)- Shout out to the person behind creating 10 new amazing designs for the downtown Beaverton community! (Char Char)- Shout out to Maria for holding the place down and for always being helpful