October 1, 2014

New Bingo Schedule

Every Tuesday, plus 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month

Beginning Saturday October 18th, Bingo sessions will be held every Tuesday and the first and third Saturday of every month. The first number of the day is called promptly at 1:15 p.m., so come early to get a good seat and find your lucky cards. 

People play bingo for a variety of reasons. The biggest reason people play bingo is because it is fun. We offer a fun and friendly bingo experience for adults of all ages. So come in, take a seat, drink some coffee, make some friends, play our games, and have a good time. 

Buy-ins are reasonably priced and every bingo session offers 
Cash prizes
Winner take all games
Lucky number play
Snacks and refreshments

The first Saturday of the month Bingo Potluck is held at noon. If you bring a dish, we will bring the dishes. 

September 30, 2014

Fall Bazaar & Craft Fair - Nov. 8, 2014

Do you have a craft or ware that you think would be a good fit for this event? We'd like to hear from you!

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8th at Chehalem Senior Center

The Fall Bazaar has become a tradition in Newberg, and we are proud of it. We hope that you would like to become a part of this tradition, too.  Last year’s festival was a great success, allowing us to reach more than 600 visitors, while raising money to support the Chehalem Senior Center. With 40 local artisans on display, food and desserts in abundance, over 40 gift baskets raffled, and 8 silent auction items won, it is no surprise that visitors of all ages enjoyed their experience. 

CPRD is excited to announce the 9th Annual Fall Bazaar and Craft Show to be held at Chehalem Senior Center in Newberg. This year’s event will bring back all of the community’s favorite activities from the past, including our senior silent auction and basket raffles.

September 26, 2014

Great Willamette Clean up at Chehalem Paddle Launch

Many hands make less work. Want to help clean up Chehalem Paddle Launch in this annual Willamette River event? Each year, volunteers converge and make a big difference! Click to sign up.

September 19, 2014

All-day CARE on Monday, Sept. 29

Want the day to yourself? We'll try to help - Ages 3 to 11 can register now for all-day CARE, happening on Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. The excursion is to Safari Sam's. 503.237.2909

September 3, 2014

Board of Directors schedules meeting series to focus on priorities

The Board of Directors will be meeting in special work sessions for the next few months, in order to devote time to focus on the Board's eight individual priorities, one subject per meeting. These meetings will be held the second Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. at the regular CPRD Board meeting location at 125 S. Elliott Road. (Regular meetings will continue on the fourth Thursday as usual.) 

The first of these meetings will be held Thursday, Sept. 11th. The topic will be CPRD's new property on Parrett Mountain, Bob and Crystal Rilee Park.

Scheduled meetings
Sept. 11 - CPRD's new property on Parrett Mountain, Bob and Crystal Rilee Park
Oct. 9 - Chehalem Aquatic Center
Nov. 13 - Chehalem Cultural Center
No meeting in December due to holidays.
Jan. 8 -  Chehalem Glenn Golf Course
Feb. 12 - Chehalem Heritage Trails

These meetings are open to the public. If you have questions, call 971.832.4222.

Chehalem Paddle Launch closed for season

Thanks everyone for another great season at Chehalem Paddle Launch. We are now closed for the season. However, special group tours can still be arranged as weather and staffing permit. Contact Jim McMaster at 503.209.2222.

Open Mid-June through Labor Day weekend

August 23, 2014

Measure 36-170: Chehalem Aquatic and Fitness Center renovation will be on November ballot

Measure 36-170

The CPRD Board of Directors has voted to put a $19.9 million bond measure on the November 2014 ballot for the renovation of Chehalem Aquatic and Fitness Center. 

This effort is being led by Chehalem Pool Committee, a volunteer group of interested citizens. The facility, built in 1970, is in need of basic infrastructure updates. The group has plans to expand it to include modern features and amenities. Details will be coming. The CPC is glad to speak to your group and share information. Visit their website at http://savechehalempool.com.

If approved, this measure would fund the redevelopment of CPRD's 44-year-old community swimming pool facility. Specifically, the bond is expected to fund:

  • Replacing out-of-date machinery to improve energy efficiency;
  • Replacing structurally deficient cement and rebar infrastructure;
  • Redeveloping pool facility to meet current demand and reduce overcrowding;
  • Improved pool design to provide better safety for students and seniors;
  • Construction of additional space for regional school swim meets;
  • REnovations for ADA compliance;
  • Demolition of existing out-of-date structures and renovation and improvement of fitness section and acquisition of new equipment;
  • Parking and sire improvements and furnishings and equipment related to the pool redevelopment; 
  • Citizen oversight would be required.

Bonds mature in 21 years or less from issuance and can be in more than one series. The average annual tax rate for bonds is estimated to be approximately $.45 per $1,000 of assessed property value or $45.00 annually for a home with an assessed value of $100,000. Results may differ based on actual interest rates incurred and growth in assessed value.

See article in July 30th edition of Newberg Graphic, "Pool effort will go to the ballot."