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Beaverton Super Kids: Meet Hana & Kaiyan, Super Kids!

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Beaverton Super Kids: Meet Hana & Kaiyan, Super Kids!

About Hana Hana N. is a 10 year old, 4th grader at Valley Catholic Elementary School. Hana is a super student because she is working three years above grade and has accomplished G by 4 which is doing advanced algebra as a 4th grader. Besides Kumon, Hana plays the violin and piano for the Valley […]

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Literary Corner: The Most Beautiful Library

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Literary Corner: The Most Beautiful Library

It really was the most beautiful library. Since its groundbreaking and controversial renovation, every wall had turned from stone to glass, which meant the entire city block glowed from sunset until closing. The adjudicator approached the building from the northeast corner of the intersection, crossing with the light and carrying a hardcover volume of Ezra […]

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Catalyst – The Newsletter: It’s on You

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Catalyst – The Newsletter: It’s on You

Recently, I was waiting in line, to pay for my merchandise at Dick’s Sporting Goods. By waiting in line, I mean I was only the 2nd of 2 people in line. It was not really a line, and the guy in front of me was almost done paying, so I was just seconds away from […]

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Beaverton Teen Talk: You Never Know When a Ninja Might Attack

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Beaverton Teen Talk: You Never Know When a Ninja Might Attack

By Kaitlin Jenson (Grade 9) When Anxiety Attacks As I walk into math about to take a test, my heart beats rhythmically, creating a song that only I hear. My heart races because I have my first module test of the year which means today is high stakes, and my anxiety is skyrocketing. Having anxiety […]

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Musings of a Beaverton Teen: Mental Health: Let’s Talk About It

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Musings of a Beaverton Teen: Mental Health: Let’s Talk About It

By Emery Hanel (12th Grade) May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It has been observed in the United States for nearly 60 consecutive years and was instituted to shed light on symptoms of mental illness in an effort to aid individuals in recognizing warning signs and addressing the condition before it becomes severe. This year’s […]

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Spotlight Story: Meridian Medical Massage

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Spotlight Story: Meridian Medical Massage

By Maddy Chavez Hello Resource Guide readers! We are so excited to get a chance to share our story with you, and we appreciate your commitment to supporting local businesses. Meridian Medical Massage is a Beaverton based business owned by Aaron Bates, and myself; Maddy Chavez. We started this business because we share a passion […]

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Ask the Beaverton Car Guy: Trade In or Sell? What Should I Do With My Old Car?

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Ask the Beaverton Car Guy: Trade In or Sell? What Should I Do With My Old Car?

By Larry “The Car Guy“ Ferguson Hello Beaverton Readers! This month’s article is about trade in value. In today’s market, dealerships advertise low prices on their inventory to entice customers to come in. If they advertise vehicles at a huge discount there are only two ways they will be able to make money: The first […]

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Beaverton Committee on Aging: BCOA Events

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Beaverton Committee on Aging: BCOA Events

By BCOA Staff Author to Speak at Viva Village Event Saturday, May 6th 1pm-3pm FREE EVENT! The BCOA has partnered with Viva Village, Village Without Walls and River West Village to present local author, Marcy Houle co-author of The Gift of Caring. Ms. Houle’s presentation will highlight her personal journey of caring for her aging […]

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Long Term Care Ombudsmen

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Long Term Care Ombudsmen

By Sally Carter Many people have never heard of Long Term Care Ombudsmen, but every state has them to protect the rights, needs, and dignity of adults living in licensed long term care facilities (nursing, assisted living, residential care, memory care and adult foster care homes). Oregon’s Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman uses […]

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Not Just For Seniors: What Are Universal Precautions And Why Should You Use Them?

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Not Just For Seniors: What Are Universal Precautions And Why Should You Use Them?

By Rhonda Kay Leonard Have you heard the term universal precautions? Universal Precautions are guidelines healthcare professionals follow to prevent the spread of infection, including influenza and other airborne diseases. It simply means using precautions when handling blood and other body fluids of ALL persons regardless of one’s knowledge of whether or not the person […]

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