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Volume 2, Issue 6

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June 2004

Lost Park provided summer fun in old Cedar Mill

Around 1923, Cedar Mill became the location of a popular recreation spot known as Lost Park. Nestled in 150 acres of forest between NW Cornell and Damascus roads, from 113th to 107th avenues, the park was a regular gathering place and provided the area with a variety of recreation.

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Featured Business

Cedar Mill Farmers’ Market–veggies and more!

Every Saturday from now through September, The Cedar Mill Farmers’ Market will tempt us with a wide array of fresh fruits, veggies, plants and homemade crafts, along with prepared foods to eat at the market or take home. Now located in the western end of the Sunset Mall at Murray and Cornell (the Safeway center), the market enters its fifth year of operation.

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Next Meeting
Cedar Mill Business Association

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Time: 12 noon
Place: Cedar Mill Community Library

Topic: The Cedar Mill Farmers' Market
Speaker: Dina Gross, Market Manager

Join us for lunch to find out how the market got started, how it works, and what's in season!

FREE sandwiches, courtesy of Subway
(bring your own beverage)

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

Next Peterkort development takes shape

Renaissance at Peterkort Woods is the next phase of the Peterkort residential development slated for construction in Cedar Mill.

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The Nature of Cedar Mill

The ground beneath our feet

Cedar Mill is built primarily on two layers composed of basalt and silt, with a frosting of lava on our eastern margins.

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