On September 24th, the TuHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter was honored with an award from the Portland offices of the March of Dimes. The TuHS FBLA chapter raised, through numerous school and community based efforts, $1800 – the most money raised and donated by any FBLA chapter in the state.
You plant a seed, care for it, and watch it grow. That is what a handful of dedicated individuals and churches did almost 10 years ago. They saw a growing need in our community and did something about it. Now, 10 years later, you can see what can happen when you take something and care for it well.
Most parents use one of three common parenting styles, or perhaps a blend. What form of discipline do you most often use and is it effective? More than just being effective with behavior, is it effective in building the kind of relationship you want with your children? The three parenting styles are: autocratic, permissive, and democratic.
Mark your calendars, Moms of Tualatin, because Baby Boot Camp is coming to your neighborhood! Baby Boot Camp Sherwood & Tualatin is growing and our newest location is going to be opening in Tualatin Thursday, November 6th! This is a great way for moms to get back in shape, all while not having to worry about who will watch their [...]
A gloriously colorful mix of acrylic paintings hang at the Tualatin Library in a new art exhibition featuring the inspired works of Davis McGinty. The Living Room Gallery contains a sampling of his art and the largest paintings ever to hang in the space. Sun infused landscapes and contemplative koi ponds light up the gallery along with some dazzling portraits of [...]
The USS Constitution, nicknamed “Old Ironsides”, commemorated the Navy’s 239th birthday and the ship’s upcoming 217th birthday by sailing around Boston harbor on October 17. More than 500 guests were aboard as the ship blasted off a 21-gun salute off Fort Independence on Castle Island (oldest continuously fortified site of English origin in the United States, built in 1634) and an additional 17 [...]
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, of course, but I was recently reminded that many residents of Tualatin have no idea of the significance of their street’s name. The granddaddy of the old roads was Boones Ferry Road, starting at the ferry in Wilsonville (of course there was no Wilsonville then) stretching to Portland on the north via Galbreath Ferry [...]