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Local Photography Artist's Work On Display

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Artists Open Garden

Local Photography Artist's Work On Display

Local photography artist Lee Dayfield's inspiring photographs are on display now. We hope everyone has an opportunity to drop by and view her wonderful photographic artwork.

Lee's photographs can be seen at the following locations:

  • Cooper's Coffee (until August 1st)
    Across the parking lot from OMSI
    1515 SE Water, Portland OR
    Topic: Mannequins

  • Central Cafe
    124 NE 3rd Street, Gresham OR
    Topic: Various photos framed in windows & conventional framing.

Owens Corning Installing Solar System

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Owens Corning Installing Solar System at Gresham Foam Insulation Facility

TOLEDO, Ohio, July 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Owens Corning (NYSE: OC - News) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Sun Edison LLC to provide solar-generated energy through the installation and operation of a 206 kilowatt solar photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of its Gresham, Ore. facility. The facility's solar PV system is scheduled to be installed and operating by the fourth quarter of 2008.

Neighborhood Grill Celebrates First Anniversary

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The
Red Apple
Bar and Grill

Friendly atmosphere, daily specials,
and a great prime rib

The next time you're in search of a good meal, your favorite adult beverage, or Lottery entertainment check-out the The Red Apple Bar and Grill located at 16126 NE Sandy Blvd for a unique neighborhood experience. The friendly atmosphere, attentive staff, and smoke-free policy makes this a pleasing adventure.

Owens Corning Named a Partner in the EPA's Green Power Partnership

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Gresham Plant To Use Renewable Wind Energy Credits

TOLEDO, Ohio, May 15,2008 -- Owens Corning announced today that it has been named a partner in the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership, a voluntary program that encourages organizations to buy green power as a way to reduce the environmental impacts associated with purchased electricity use.

To qualify, Owens Corning purchased 25,000 MWh of renewable energy credits that are 100 percent wind generated to offset the electricity consumption of the company's foam insulation plant in Gresham, Ore. The wind energy will be Green-e certified by the Center for Resource Solutions.

New Trees in Columbia View Park

Columbia View Park Flowering Crabapples
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Beautiful Golden Raindrop and Prairifire Crabapples Trees Added To The Park

Gresham Parks Department recently planted 15 new trees in Columbia View Park. The trees were donated to the Parks Department and they are flowering Golden Raindrop Crabapples and Prairifire Crabapples.

They are in full bloom now and are planted near the fence next to HB Lee Middle School on the north end of the park.

Local Activist To Receive Riffle Award: May 22, 2008

05/22/2008 - 11:30am
Etc/GMT-8
Johnson Creek Watershed Council

Join us for the
Johnson Creek Watershed Council's
3rd Annual Meeting Luncheon
with Bill Bradbury

When: Thursday, May 22, 11:30am luncheon,
1:30pm tour of Reed Canyon
Where: Reed College, Kaul Auditorium
Cost: Tickets are $25 per person
Host a table of 8 for $200

Johnson Creek Watershed Council's 3rd Annual Meeting luncheon will take place on the beautiful Reed College campus once again. Our special guest will be Bill Bradbury, Oregon's Secretary of State. The luncheon will include the release of our first State of the Watershed Report, presenting information from a wide array of sources on many aspects of watershed health

Residential Districts Review- Public Input Report

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Residential Districts Review
Public Input Report Now Available

A Public Input Report that describes the information presented at recent community workshops and what we heard from participants during those workshops is now available.

Downlaod the report

The Public Input Report can be downloaded by clicking here or, if you would like a printed copy, please contact Carrie Lopez at the City of Gresham by calling 503-618-2779.

If you attended the workshops, we encourage you to review the information (particularly the Public Input Summary) to ensure participants’ comments are correctly described. New comments are also welcome.

Next opportunity for public input

The next community workshop, during which alternative solutions will be reviewed, is scheduled for the evening of June 10 at City Hall.

Free Curbside Trees Available

crabapple tree

Beautify Your Curbside...

Free flowering trees available!

To: All Wilkes East residents
From: Nick Kantor, Community Habitat Steward -City of Gresham

"I have 15 crabapples (8- Royal Raindrop, and 7- Red Jewel) I want to plant in Gresham. I would like to pick one neighborhood or street. It has to be a neighborhood with a 2.5 to 4 ft. planting strip near the street. The sooner the better. They are in containers and I would like to make the planting of the trees a volunteer event for sometime in May."

If you are interested, please contact Nick Kantor, Community Habitat Steward - City of Gresham, call 503-618-2740, or email nick.kantor@ci.gresham.or.us.

Artists, Engineers, Designers Wanted!

Nadaka Park

Help Us Design A New Entrance for Nadaka Park

Submit your ideas!

Wilkes East Neighborhood Association is preparing a grant proposal to "dress up" the entrance to Nadaka Park and add some fresh walking trail flooring (gravel, tree chips, etc.).

We are looking for persons interested in designing an entrance piece to Nadaka Park located at NE 176th Ave and NE Pacific St.

Start Your Own Neighborhood Watch!


Boris the Burglar-National Neighborhood Watch info

Taking A Bite Out Of Crime,
One Block At A Time

Start your own Neighborhood Watch

Benefits of Neighborhood Watch

The benefits are many… beyond preventing crime and reducing fear, Neighborhood Watch (NW) builds pride, forges bonds among block residents - by really getting to know and look out for neighbors, improves citizen-police relations, and can address other block issues and concerns like child safety, youth development, senior citizen welfare, and quality-of-life.

Neighborhood Watch depends on citizen involvement to prevent and discourage crime. You're not asked to take personal risks, only to serve as extra “eyes and ears” and to report information on crimes and suspicious activities promptly.

Neighborhood Watch groups in your area

To locate a Wilkes East Neighborhood Watch group in your area, or to start a new group, contact neighborhood association members Lee Dayfield at leedayfield@wilkeseastna.org, or Kris Freiermuth at krisfreiermuth@wilkeseastna.org.

What is Neighborhood Watch?

The Neighborhood Watch Program is a highly successful effort that has been in existence for more than thirty years in cities and counties across America. It provides a unique infrastructure that brings together local officials, law enforcement and citizens to protect our communities.

Around the country, neighbors for three decades have banded together to create Neighborhood Watch programs. They understand that the active participation of neighborhood residents is a critical element in community safety

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