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March 31, 2011
March 30, 2011
Need lights for your shop? We have the following surplus light fixtures for sale. We are in the process of upgrading to more energy-efficient fixtures.
Used Light Fixtures
- General purpose 4-lamp T40 lensed troffer grid fixtures) $20 each
- Strip lights with two fluorescent bulbs of various lengths $10.00 each
- Wrap-around fluorescent fixtures $10.00 each
March 29, 2011
- Tuesdays 4 - 5 p.m.
- Chehalem Armory
- April 4 - 26
- May 3 - 24
- Early $49/$59
- Regular $59/$69
Children will explore the basics of gymnastics and tumbling through play, with emphasis on balance, strength, flexibility, confidence, body awareness and social skills. Must be potty-trained.
Ages 4 - 5
- Thursdays 4 - 5 p.m.
- Chehalem Armory
- April 7 - 28
- May 5 - 26
- Same prices apply
March 17, 2011
When: 6 – 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Where: Newberg High School Commons
Parents of youth football players and anyone interested in coaching are encouraged to attend this important information meeting for Newberg Youth Football. This program is seeking coaches, especially at the 3rd and 4th grade level. It is important to attend even if you are just considering coaching. Questions are welcome. There will be door prizes.
Starting this season, all local youth football participants from 3rd to 8t grade will play in the Tualatin Valley Youth Football League. This is a Chehalem Park and Recreation District program. Early football registration opens April 1st and ends May 15th. Registration closes June 15th. Online registration must be completed at www.newbergyouthfootball.com.
March 16, 2011
March 2, 2011
If you didn't make it out to The Main Event on Saturday, put on by CPRD, PCC and Chehalem Cultural Center, you missed a great time! Check out our photo album. Thank you to all 600 of you who came and partied with us.
6 p.m. Tuesday, March 8th
Chehalem Park and Recreation District is holding a public meeting on the Master Plan for Phase 1 of proposed Chehalem Heritage Trails. Public comments are welcome.
Phase One would develop approximately 20 miles of trail connecting Dundee and Newberg along Dayton Avenue, paralleling lower and middle Hess Creek, and linking the Willamette River waterfronts in Newberg and Dundee through pedestrian, bicycle, and multiuse trails.
This meeting will update the public on the progress of the Master Plan for Phase 1 (slated for completion in early 2011). This plan identifies the trail route, where easements will be needed across private property, plus preliminary engineering and cost estimates.
The Advisory Committee met four times and has concluded. Members include representatives from Dundee, Newberg, Yamhill County, Oregon State Parks, George Fox University, and more.
Vigil-Agrimis, Inc., a Portland-based design firm that leads parks and trails projects, is leading a consultant team assisting CPRD with preliminary design for the proposed trail. Paul Agrimis is the project manager for the consultant team.
To learn more about the Chehalem Heritage Trail, contact Kat Ricker at 971.832.4222 or visit www.chehalem-trail.netTo learn more about Vigil-Agrimis, Inc., contact Marketing Coordinator Carissa Kuhnel at 503-274-2010 or visit www.vigil-agrimis.com.