A friendly reminder that we will not host any meetings in December. BDNA meetings will resume in January 2022. Look in our monthly newsletter for new links for the new year. Have a safe and happy holiday season, neighbors!
From Lewis Elementary PTA: Place your orders today for the popular holiday wreath and centerpiece sale. We have a nice selection of evergreen wreaths, swags and centerpieces! Order by November 17th, with pickup on December 4th. About 50% of all sales go right back into our school.Click here to order!
The Lewis PTA is happy to announce that the annual Lewis Bake Sale returns this year!
Grab some coffee and goodies when you pick up your wreath or centerpiece. The bake sale will be held on Saturday, 12/4, from 10am-12pm at the front Lewis Parking Lot. Stay tuned: we will be looking for donations of store bought baked goods as the date gets closer.
Unfortunately, the PTA is unable to host the annual tree sale this year. The June heatwave took a toll on our vendor’s trees, and he is unable to provide us with trees this year. Thank you to Dave Harsey for his decade of support of the Lewis PTA by providing us with trees. Unfortunately, we are also unable to host the traditional Lewis Holiday Bazaar this year, due to PPS restrictions. We are looking forward to reviving this tradition next year.
Join our neighbors at the Moose Lodge on 52nd Ave for two days of spooky fun this weekend!
On Saturday, October 30th, 10:00am-12:00pm, you can work alongside VIBE of PDX artists to create a Halloween scene everyone will enjoy at the Lodge’s Annual Halloween Celebration, October 31st, 5:00-8:00pm.
Saturday only, there will be local superhero cosplayers on hand for free photos including: Captain Marvel, Incredible Hulk, Wolverine, Captain America, and Harley Quinn!
This is a family-friendly, all ages, all abilities event! Free to Lodge Members and Brentwood-Darlington families! To RSVP or get more information visit bit.ly/SpookySceneVibe.
What’s Provided: We will provide trash grabbers, safety vests, gloves, and trash bags.
What to Bring: Please come wearing a face covering and comfortable closed-toed shoes. Consider bring a filled reusable water bottle and backpack. We will be working near traffic so also consider eye protection to shield your eyes from dust and possibly hearing protection if you are sound sensitive.
Parking: Parking is available in the Baxter parking lot. Limited neighborhood parking is also available. Event start location is half a block from the number 72 TriMet bus stop.
Bathrooms: Businesses along the cleanup path may allow access to restrooms. However, they may be closed to the public so please plan for limited availability.
Accessibility: This is a two hour cleanup along city sidewalks. The area covers mostly flat paved walkways.
Youth Volunteers: This event is family-friendly and open to kids eight years and older. Volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Youth volunteers ages 13-17 can also create their own SOLVE account online. A youth volunteer can attend without their guardian if they print out and bring a signed youth waiver form. Find the link to the youth waiver form here. Youth Waiver Form or here SOLVE | Volunteer Group Guide (solveoregon.org)