October 29, 2012

Youth Football play off schedule for Sat., Nov. 3., 2012

Round One of Play offs
Schedule for Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012

Newberg JV Blue vs. Lincoln Black
5 p.m. 
Tigard High School

Newberg Varsity vs. Barlow
7:30 p.m.
Aloha High School

October 26, 2012

Now accepting vendor applications for the 2012 Fall Bazaar and Craft Fair

8th Annual Fall Bazaar and Craft Fair 
Mark your calendar for the fair on Saturday, Nov. 10th (exact hours to be announced). We already have great local artisans and vendors signing up for tables. This is a terrific annual event, so don't miss it!

Now accepting vendor applicationsFloor space is inexpensive and limited. Applications are on our webpage. You can also pick them up in person at Chehalem Senior Center. 

October 25, 2012

Register now for Jr. Tiger Basketball

Jr. Tiger registration is open for grades 3 to 6 for boys and girls. Early registration ends Nov. 9th. Final registration ends Nov. 16th. Team placement clinics will be held Nov. 17th.

October 24, 2012

Adult Basketball League Organizational Meeting

If you or your team are interested in participating in 2012 - 2013 City and Church League Basketball, plan to attend the league organizational meeting at 6 p.m. on Tues., Oct. 30 at the Chehalem Park and Recreation District Administration Office at 125 S. Elliott Road. 

All players sixteen years and older are eligible to participate in the upcoming season. Evening games begin in December and continue through February. 

CPRD urges any interested team to have a representative attend this important organizational meeting as playing rules, length of season, fees, and other items will be discussed.

For more information on adult or youth basketball, contact the district office at 503-537-2909.

October 22, 2012

Basketball coaches needed

Basketball coaches are needed for Jr. Tiger Basketball and Three Rivers League for boys and girls grades 3 to 7. Can you inspire and guide our community's youth? Call Mike at (503) 537-2909.

October 3, 2012

Fun at the field at PCC

The new field beside Portland Community College has quickly become a popular spot for locals to eat lunch, hang out and practice soccer after school is out. This field is the result of cooperation between PCC and CPRD, two public entities working together to provide the community with an informal field to enjoy.