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Volume 2, Issue 3

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March 2004

The Leedy Grange

If you’ve noticed the unassuming gray building in the heart of Cedar Mill, just north of the intersection of Cornell and Saltzman, you may have read the legend “Leedy Grange, Number 339” on a sign above the door. And if you’re like me, you may have wondered – what is a grange?

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Featured Business

Figaro's Pizza

Andrea LeGare and Brice Dick have successful careers, Andrea at Intel and Brice with his own promotional products business (BrandAid,LLC). But they both realized that something was missing in their lives. Examining their personal goals, they realized they wanted to have more flexibility in their lives, to work for worthy causes within a community and with youth. And the answer was pizza!

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Next Meeting
Cedar Mill Business Association

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Time: 12 noon
Place: Cedar Mill Community Library

Topic: Update on the Cornell/Barnes road improvement project.

Speaker: Alex Sander, Washington County Project Manager

Join us for lunch to find out how the plannedconstruction will affect us.

FREE soup & sandwiches, courtesy of Safeway (bring your own beverage)

Meetings are free and open to anyone interested in
the Cedar Mill Business Community

The Nature of Cedar Mill
Lilies in our forests

The Pacific Northwest is home to numerous native wildflowers in the Lily family, and the West Hills of Portland bloom with these beauties from early spring through late summer. One of the earliest to bloom is the Western Trillium, also called the Giant Wake-robin because it appears when the robins return to start their families each Spring.

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Cornell and Barnes Road
construction update

The first phase of the Cedar Mill Town Center Plan entails widening and reconfiguration of Cornell Road between Saltzman and Murray, and of Barnes Road from near the Teufel property up to Cornell. The originally estimated date for this project to be put out for bidding was January 2004.

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Pajama Game, sock hop at Sunset High

Student dramatists will present “The Pajama Game” at Sunset High on March 4-6, and March 11-13. The show will begin at 7:30 pm each night except March 6, when it will begin at 6 pm to be followed by a benefit Sock Hop to the music of Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts. Regular ticket price is $8, and $10 will get you the play and the Sock Hop. Call 503-259-5076 for more information.


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