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A pleasant change of pace from the traditional ringing bells.
QFC at Riverstone. 1 December 2012. Salvation Army volunteer.
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Cub Scouts Christian and Braiden get help from Boy Scout Alex
(all from Pack/Troop 449) collect food during the annual Walk-n-Knock on
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Tania and Kaitlyn help the scouts (Gavin, Kevin, & Logan) from
Pack/Troop 449 collect food to benefit the local food bank during the
annual Walk-n-Knock on Saturday.
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Boy Scouts Nicklas and Matthew helped the Cub Scouts from Pack
449 (Trey, Jordan, and Nathan) collect food for the annual Walk-n-Knock
this Saturday to benefit the local food bank.
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Dave, Porter, Tater, Ben, and Harman worked together to fill
the back of their pickup with food donated from their Cascade Park
neighborhood during the anual Walk-n-Knock food drive this Saturday.
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Christmas comes to Padden Parkway
I noticed about three or four years ago that someone had decorated a
tree along Padden Parkway (between 94th Ave & 117th Ave). The next year
there was a decorated tree at the SR500 exit off of I-205 northbound.
Last year the decorated tree appeared along Padden Parkway again. Last
week I saw that someone had once more decorated a tree along that same
stretch of Padden Parkway. Friday there were two decorated trees. Last
night, we noticed there were four trees. This morning there were six.
I just took this photo and realized that there are now eight decorated
trees along Padden Parkway. I love my community! Merry Christmas!
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Drew Clark, a senior at Evergreen High School, was chosen as to
represent the Scandinavian community as St. Lucia for 2012-2013. The
crowning was held at the annual ScanFair in the Portland Veterans
Memorial Coliseum on December 2, 2012. Drew will reign as Oregon's
offical St. Lucia for a year and will recieve a $1000 scholarship.
Photo was taken by Melissa Clark (Drew's mother) December 2, 2012 at the
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Families of A Peaceful Path Montessori creat personalized
messages to put in the "lifepax" they created to distribute to hungry
people in Clark County. Service projects are an Advent tradition at A
Peaceful Path Montessori.