You are cordially invited you to the Waluga Neighborhood annual general meeting!!
Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 8th at 7 p.m. for an hour and a half of neighborhood happenings and ice cream!
“Our Neighborhood Character is Changing”
Come and hear about the latest projects that will impact the livability of Waluga Neighborhood. Learn from representatives of the Boones Ferry Refinement project while trying to envision a more pedestrian friendly “main” street. We will also welcome our newest business neighbor, The Parkview Veterinarian Hospital, by hearing from it’s owner, Gregg Takashima.
A new slate of officers for the election of board members and board members-at-large for 2014-15 will be presented. Please consider getting more involved with your neighborhood association by serving on our board.
Our meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and will be held at Lake Grove Elementary School Library.
Picnic in the Park
The Waluga Neighborhood Association’s fifth annual neighborhood picnic was a lot of fun. Many volunteers came together to provide food and an opportunity to learn CPR anytime and get up-close with the Lake Oswego Fire Department. Many thanks to our sponsors and guests!
Saturday and Sunday, April 5 – 6, 2014
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
*9:00 am plant sale opening on Saturday for members.
Spring is near and we are ready to welcome it with our Annual Trillium Festival! Each year the Friends of Tryon Creek State Park and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department are thrilled to share the beauty of our awakening forest with visitors as they enjoy this wonderful community event. Visitors may enjoy our native and hardy plant sale, guided nature hikes, nature discovery openhouse and exhits, local craft and garden art vendors, and native gardening and nature presentations at the only all-urban state park in Oregon! This exciting event supports the education and restoration programs of the Friends of Tryon Creek State Park, and is a great place to find all the native plants you’ll need for your yard this Spring. Hope we’ll see you there!
Festival Parking with FREE Shuttle Service at Lewis & Clark’s Griswold Stadium
Posted on behalf of Lake Oswego’s U.S. Congressman, Representative Kurt Schrader
Dear Fellow Oregonian,
I am writing to invite you to attend one of my upcoming town hall events taking place in Salem and Lake Oswego at the end of January and early February. Town hall events are excellent opportunities for you to ask me questions about issues pending in Congress or your community.
LAKE OSWEGO TOWN HALL
Saturday, February 8th
Noon to 1:00 PM
Lake Oswego City Hall, Council Chambers
380 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
I hope to see you there, and I look forward to your feedback.
Member of Congress
You are invited to an Open House & Community Reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Willamette Room at the West End Building on Wednesday, January 8.
Drop in and visit with Council members in a relaxed setting at round tables, have a cookie, and share your thoughts for the upcoming year.
- What do you want the Council to focus on in 2014?
- What can Council do to help foster the things that make Lake Oswego great?
- What issues or opportunities should Council keep in mind as it sets goals for 2014 and beyond?
If you can’t make the Open House & Community Reception, please share your input via email to City Council.
In the week following the open house, Council will meet to set goals for 2014.
You are cordially invited you to our annual general meeting!!
Please mark your calendars for Thursday, October 24th at 7pm for an hour of information and ice cream!
“Do you want to know what is going on around us that could change the character of our neighborhood?”
Come and hear about the latest projects and development that will impact the livability of Waluga Neighborhood. Learn from City staff about the latest plans for the hotly debated topic of the Lake Oswego/Tigard Water Agreement Project that includes a new water pipe installation through our streets and a new water reservoir.
We will present a new slate of officers for the election of board members and board members-at-large for 2013-14. It’s not too late to consider serving on our board.
Following our brief meeting, everyone will have the opportunity to enjoy delicious pumpkin ice cream while socializing with your neighbors
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. and will be held at Lake Grove Elementary School Library.
For More Information:
• Check our new website: waluganeighaborhood.org
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Phone: 503-635-4131
Our fourth annual “Meet Your Neighbors for a Picnic in the Park” was a big success. Over 75 people showed up to enjoy burgers, salads and some outstanding desserts! We also had some special visitors from the Lake Oswego Fire and Police departments.
Thanks to everyone for coming and to our volunteers who worked so hard to make this event a success!
Dick Benedetti, a Waluga Neighborhood Association Board Member-at-Large, was recently honored by the Lake Oswego Chief of Police, Don Johnson. Benedetti was honored with a Chief’s coin and a certificate of appreciation for his work with the Lake Oswego Police Department. He was presented the Chief’s coin by Chief Johnson.
Congratulations to Dick for his superb efforts to advocate WNA’s interests before the LO Police Department. We really appreciate you!
Dick Benedetti recognized by LO Police Chief, Don Johnson
A Huge Success!
Thank you to the many volunteers who helped our neighbor in need! Please see the slideshow for all you did!
HELP! I’VE FALLEN AND I CAN’T GET UP!
We’ve all heard and seen this commercial saying many times. The Waluga Neighborhood has a neighbor who hasn’t fallen, but who has had a stroke and can’t go out to work his yard. He definitely needs our help.
Anyone who can bring a rake, gloves, shovel, clippers and a bit of energy to help our neighbor, Larry Kuchar, at 15650 SW Quarry Rd. is invited.
When: Saturday, June 22nd at 8:30 am – we’ll work till done or 2:00 pm
Come whenever you can, if you can’t help for the entire time
Where: Meet at East Waluga Park covered picnic shelter off Quarry Road Then we’ll move to Larry’s yard across the street.
Click here for more details: WNA-help-flyer.
The Douglas Way STARBUCKS has graciously offered to lead the corporate leg of this effort by providing coffee and volunteers to work.
MAC’S DELI on Bangy Road will deliver sandwiches and water for workers during the lunch hour.
Waluga Neighborhood Association has arranged for a drop box to collect yard debris.
So all we need is YOU!
Please R.S.V.P. to the Waluga Neighborhood Association email@example.com
Call Larry Baker for more information at 503 635-7929.
ANNUAL MEETING – With Root Beer Floats
In October we held our annual meeting with the largest attendance ever. Some think it was because we prepared root beer floats for everyone at the close of business. Others – more serious – think it was because our local star geophysical engineer, Allyson Pyrch, who has investigated earthquakes and earthquake damages all around the Pacific Rim, came and spoke about what to anticipate in our neighborhood when the next quake strikes. Whichever, the meeting brought out a crowd of 35, the largest we have ever had. Continue reading