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October 2014 Hello LOOctober 2014THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF THE CITY OF LAKE OSWEGOHello 2 Thank You Scouts! Planning Commission Seeks Input Nettle Creek Footbridge Shared Housing Leaf Disposal Board & Commission Vacancies 3 Parks & Recreation City Library 4 Vote for your favorite photo! Community Calendar Insert Living 50+ For inFormation about the City and its serviCes, go to www.Ci.oswego.or.us or Call 503-635-0257.Inside O . O L . *****ECRWSS***** POSTAL CUSTOMER Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID Permit 124 Lake Oswego, OR LO READS ANNOUNCES BOOK FOR 2015 The Lake Oswego Public Library is pleased to announce the selection of All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr as the book for the 2015 annual citywide reading program, Lake Oswego Reads. All the Light We Cannot See tells the parallel stories of Marie-Laure, a blind French girl who lives in Paris where her father is a locksmith for the Museum of Natural History and Werner, a German orphan whose math skills earn him a place in an elite Nazi training school. The novel reaches a climax when both characters find themselves in the seaside town of St. Malo during the bombings of 1944. 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, and Lake Oswego Reads is sure to be another exciting and informative month of programming and events. When Doerr was contacted about his book being selected for Lake Oswego Reads, he said, “What an amazing community reads program! It’s a thrill and an honor to have my new novel selected; I love readers in the Northwest, and I can’t wait to come out to Lake Oswego next year.” The Lake Oswego Library will be bringing Doerr to Lake Oswego to speak on February 11, 2015. The official kickoff of Lake Oswego Reads will be Tuesday, January 6, 2015, at the Library, with complimentary books distributed to Lake Oswego Public Library cardholders, thanks to the Friends of the Lake Oswego Public Library. The committee is presently developing a schedule of programs for February so that Lake Oswego residents can not only discuss the book but also experience the book with speakers, music, food, art and more. The committee is looking for Lake Oswego residents who served in World War II, men and women who experienced World War II in Germany or France, ham radio operators and radio collectors. If you are willing to share or know someone that the Library should contact, please call Cyndie Glazer at 503-675-2538 or email her at cglazer@ci.oswego.or.us. This will be the program’s ninth year, and all events will be free due to the financial support of the Friends of the Lake Oswego Public Library, Graham’s Book and Stationery, Lake Oswego Rotary Club, Lake Oswego Women’s Club and the Lake Oswego Review. For Lake Oswego Reads updates, visit www. lakeoswegoreads.org. BLOCK 137 (WIZER) DEVELOPMENT At last month’s appeal hearing for the proposed Wizer Block development in downtown, the City Council gave tentative approval for the developer to proceed with the mixed-use project. In a X-Y vote, the Council indicated that the project does meet the City’s design code regulations and could move forward with final design and construction. The City Council will review and consider its findings and make a final decision at its October 7 meeting. For more information about the proposed development, please go to the City’s project website at: www.ci.oswego. or.us/planning/lu-13-0046-request-development-review- permit-construct-mixed-use-project. RECOGNIZE OUR COMMUNITY’S UNSUNG HEROES Nominate that special person who has made a positive difference in our community - someone who spends his or her free time volunteering, helping neighbors, or trying to make a difference in the lives of those around them. The nomination process is simple. Write a brief, passionate, compelling story about your hero. Tell something that distinguishes them as an individual or team. Then highlight how the nominee’s actions benefit the lives of others and the local community. That’s it! The deadline for submission of nominations is Friday, November 14. Awards will be presented at an early December City Council meeting. Applications are available at City Hall, Citizen Information Center or online at www.ci.oswego. or.us/publicaffairs/nominate-your-unsung-hero. Continued on page 2 SAFE DRIVING IN WORK ZONES The Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership is installing about seven miles of water pipeline over the next year in Gladstone, West Linn, Lake Oswego and Tigard, primarily in roadways. Drivers may encounter one of these work zones in their travels. During October, pipeline work will be occurring on the following streets in Lake Oswego: • B Ave – crews are installing a storm drain line on B Ave. between State St. and 7th St. One $2 PLANT SALE Want to add water-smart, pest resistant, native plants to your landscape? Check out the $2 Native Plant Sale brought to you by the Tryon Creek Watershed Council - here’s a chance to get a lot of native plants at a great price. This is how it works: • you place your order and pay for them once invoiced; • the Watershed Council consolidates the orders and places one large order with its growers in early October; • you pick up your plants in February and put them in the ground so they can grow! For more information or to place your order, go to http://tcwc.tryonfriends.org/plantsale/. See photos on page 4 VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOS! The City’s annual Photo Contest was a great success with 265 photographs submitted! After evaluating all eligible entries based on overall quality, creativity and how well the photograph portrayed Lake Oswego, the judges (a panel consisting of city of Lake Oswego staff and a City Councilor) selected finalists for each category. Now it’s your turn to vote for your favorites! Vote online at: www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicaffairs/photo-contest-voting Or mail in a ballot: Cut out the ballot on page 4 and mail to: Bonnie Hirshberger City of Lake Oswego 380 A Avenue PO Box 369 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 Voting closes at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, October 15, and all ballots must be received by this time. Category winners will be announced in early November. Skip O’Neill City Councilor 503-781-7664 (Cell) Lauren Hughes City Councilor 503-734-6925 (Cell) Kent Studebaker Mayor 503-201-2270 (Cell) Jeff Gudman City Councilor 503-780-1524 (Cell) Donna Jordan City Councilor 503-675-1120 (Home) Jon Gustafson City Councilor 503-348-5191 (Cell) Karen Bowerman City Councilor 503-858-5983 (Cell) 2 City Council 503-635-0215 503-697-6594 (fax) City Council e-mail: council@ci.oswego.or.us City Manager Scott Lazenby 503-635-0215 BOARD & COMMISSION VACANCIES The City is seeking applicants for the Development Review Commission. There are three openings on the Commission. Two of those appointed shall be from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, or artistic design and one person shall be engaged in the business of financing the purchase and development of real property. For more details, go to www.ci.oswego.or.us/boc/boards- commissions-vacancies, or contact the City Manager’s Office at 503-635-0215. Applications can be filled out online. NETTLE CREEK FOOTBRIDGE AND FISH PASSAGE Last month, the old Stone Bridge crossing of Nettle Creek on Iron Mountain Trail was replaced with a new wooden footbridge. Since being built in 1981, the old Stone Bridge had been undercut by erosion that scoured out a five- foot drop between the culvert and the stream, leaving the bridge unstable for trail users and the culvert unpassable by resident fish. Through a partnership coordinated by the Tryon Creek Watershed Council (TCWC) and Oregon Parks & Recreation Department (OPRD), the bridge was replaced with a beautiful crossing for pedestrian traffic that also provides access to upstream habitat for native cutthroat trout. As part of the project, the stream bed was re-graded and restored to create riffle and pool drops for fish passage both above and below the bridge. Re- vegetation of stream banks disturbed by construction will continue through this fall. Head down to the Andrews Road trailhead and take a short walk through Tryon Creek State Natural Area to visit the completed project! THANK YOU SCOUTS! The City would like to thank Webelos Scouts from Den 8 Pack 223 in West Linn for their great cleanup job at Cooks Butte. As part of earning their "Leave No Trace" badge, the pack hiked Cooks Butte bringing bags with them to pick up garbage. They found almost none along the trail, however, when they got to the top were appalled to find quite a bit of garbage including discarded fireworks. Webelos Scouts from Den 8 Pack 223 in West Linn dove into the cleanup with gusto! We hope you enjoy Lake Oswego’s many wonderful parks and open spaces, but remember … pack it in, pack it out. LESSONS FROM YOUR MOTHER “Pick up after yourself.” Can’t you hear a parental voice say that? City staff operates on that principle, too. In Lake Oswego, where we’ve built out most of our available lots, picking up materials from the street is one of our best ways to improve stormwater quality. The numbers don’t lie. Last fiscal year, our street sweepers and vactor trucks removed 652 tons of material from City streets, gutters, and catch basins. If spread out, that would cover the Laker football field – goalpost to goalpost, sideline to sideline – almost three inches deep with stuff that didn’t get into Oswego Lake, the Willamette River, or the Tualatin River. Now put another seven inches deep of leaves across that same football field: that’s what we collected during last year’s fall and winter leaf collection season. And that’s after we reminded folks that City code prohibits raking, blowing, sweeping, or otherwise placing leaves in the street. This year, with our dry summer, leaf drop has started early. If the fall stays dry, it will continue for awhile. This means that you can probably match your leaf pickup to weekly disposal in your yard waste bins. But just in case you can’t, here are some alternatives: • For additional leaf collection, use “Kraft” bags for an additional fee of $3.29 per bag. “Kraft” bags are available at most home improvement stores. Do not dispose of leaves in your garbage can. Call Republic Services at 503-636-3011 for more information. • Take leaves to designated drop-off sites including: • Dan Davis Recycling Center, West Linn 503-655-1928 • Metro South Transfer Station, Oregon City 503-234-3000 • Pacific Land Clearing & Recycling, Oregon City 503-656-7793 • S & H Landscaping Supplies, Tualatin 503-638-1011 • Compost your leaves. If you have questions or would like more information about how to properly dispose of yard debris, call the Citizen Information Center at 503-635-0257. PLANNING COMMISSION SEEKS INPUT The Lake Oswego Planning Commission is developing its 2015 goals to share with the City Council and would like your input. This year the Commission reviewed and made recommendations concerning a major rewrite of the city’s Comprehensive Plan and Transportation Systems Plan. Currently, the Commission is reviewing proposed changes to Sensitive Lands regulations and other code updates consistent with City Council goals. In addition to this work, what other topics should the Planning Commission address in 2015? Some potential projects that the Commission has received early input on include downtown parking, historically platted (substandard) lots, and residential infill development. Residents, and property and business-owners are invited to comment on the Commission’s preliminary list of 2015 goals and to add their own ideas through Open City Hall. You may also provide comments directly to the Planning Commission at its October 27 meeting. To learn more and provide feedback, visit www.ci.oswego.or.us/ planning. RIGHT TREE IN THE RIGHT PLACE WORKSHOP ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16 On October 16, join us at the Right Tree In the Right Place workshop where participants will learn how to select the best tree species for a variety of planting locations. The workshop will include an indoor presentation and outdoor tree planting demonstration so come dressed for the weather. This event will be held from 6 to 7:30pm in the West End Building, 4101 Kruse Way. Pre-registration is requested. Please contact Shannan Stoll at 503- 675-3737 or sstoll@ci.oswego.or.us, for additional information and to register. block and one intersection is closed at a time, Monday through Friday, as work progresses west. • Laurel St., Erickson St. and Durham St. – various segments of these roads will be closed to through traffic between 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, as work progresses. • Highway 43 – crews will begin laying pipe on Hwy 43 near Laurel St. in October, moving south towards West Linn. All work on Hwy 43 will be conducted at night between 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. In most areas on Hwy 43, two-way traffic will be maintained during construction. All lanes of traffic will be open during the day. It’s easy to get frustrated when roadwork slows you down. When that frustration turns to impatience, it can be dangerous in a work zone. Here are some useful tips for staying safe: • Be prepared for the unexpected • Slow down and drive the posted speed limit • Keep a safe following distance • Obey road crew flaggers and road signs • Keep up with traffic • Plan ahead and check traffic reports for delays • Be patient - crews are working to improve your roads and utilities. For more information on the Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership, visit lotigardwater.org, email lotwater@ci.oswego.or.us, follow us on Facebook or Twitter or call 503-697-6502. SAFE DRIVING IN WORK ZONES Continued from page 1 IS SHARED HOUSING FOR YOU? Experiencing too much house for one? Wondering about the legal aspects of shared housing? On October 24, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., learn more about sharing space in a conversation with the founders of Portland Metro- based “Let’s Share Housing,” Michele Fiasca and Zoe Morrison. There is no cost, but you must preregister by calling 503-635-3758. Continental breakfast and coffee served. For more information call: Main Number, 503-636-7628 Reference Desk Number, 503-675-2540 or visit www.ci.oswego.or.us/library 3 y o u r C o m m u n i t y r e s o u r C e F o r i n F o r m a t i o n a n d e n r i C h m e n tCITY LIBRARY d i s C o v e r a C t i v e l i v i n gPARKS & RECREATION West End Building, 4101 Kruse Way For more information, call 503-675-2549 or visit www.loparks.org. ADULT COMMUNITY CENTER 505 G Avenue, 503-635-3758 Visioning the ACC Come and let your voice be heard as we create the future of the ACC. What will the ACC be like in the future? What programs and services are vital to people 50+ in Lake Oswego? What do you want for you, your parents and grandparents? Residents of all ages are invited to attend and provide vital feedback and let their voices be heard. Join us at the ACC at 505 G Avenue on October 14, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments served. Please RSVP to 503-635-3758. Adult Center Academy Saturdays, 10 to 11:30am The ACC now offers a series of Saturday morning sessions designed to engage participants in thought- provoking, interactive, and respectful conversations. The October series features resident Paul Lyons whose diverse interests are reflected in his collection of three fascinating topics. October 11: Beyond Meyers-Briggs. Paul will discuss his development of Neuro-Linguistic Profiling. Similar to the Meyers-Briggs Profile but more applicable to daily life, this easy and fun profile is based on Neuro-linguistic Programming. October 18: Don’t Think of an Elephant! Moral Relativism. How do we tolerate opposing views? Given the same set of facts, how can people’s views differ so widely? Participants will share thoughts and engage in a wider dialogue. October 25: One Irish Family’s Migration and Mystery in 1910. Paul’s journey to put together the puzzle pieces of his Irish roots, from County Leitrim to a ranch three of his uncles purchased in 1920 in Condon. Why did the uncles abandon their ranching dream after just six months? Story is augmented by documents and photos. Series is $5 for LOACC members, $10 for all others. Register by calling 503-635-3758. Author Program - William Deresiewicz Monday, October 6, 7pm In Excellent Sheep, Deresiewicz takes a sharp look at the high-pressure conveyor belt that begins with parents and counselors who demand perfect grades and continues into college. As schools shift focus from the liberal arts to narrowly "practical" subjects like economics and computer science, students are losing the ability to think for themselves. First Tuesday Music Series - Steve Hale October 7, 7pm Local favorite Steve Hale will perform guitar and sing original blues, folk and rock. His love for melody is woven deeply into the choral fabric of his songs, making his music rich, sultry glowing and delicious. Performing Arts Series - Indalo Wind Wednesday, October 8, 1pm This father-son duo specializes in eclectic instrumental music both original and traditional. They offer up a fresh acoustic blend of folk, blues, classical, and jazz, with a dash of poetry and melodic seasonings from around the world. Tech Discussion Group Friday, October 10, 10:30 to 11:30am This new Tech Group will meet the second Friday of each month. Come participate in this discussion group, share knowledge and questions about the latest trends. Special Presentation - “How Journalism Serves Communities” Monday, October 13, 7pm This presentation by Paul Steinle, professor emeritus, Southern Oregon University, and his wife and colleague, Sara Brown, Ph.D., includes compelling journalist's epiphanies collected during a 13-month period visiting all 50 states to interview editors and publishers across the USA. Poetry Readers and Writers Group Wednesday, October 15, 7 to 8pm Share great poetry, the trials and joys of writing poetry and enjoy all things related to this wonderful craft. Geared toward beginning poets but all are welcome. 3-D Fridays Fridays, October 3 & 17, 3 to 4pm Come see the Library’s FlashForge Creator 3-D printer in action and hear a presentation about the potential of 3D printing. Third Tuesday Author Series - Jill Krantz Viggiano October 21, 7pm In her book, In Painful Blessing, Jill tells the story of devastating loss, hope that comes from the faith that sustains her, finding joy in their new life, and the decision to embrace recovery as both a team sport and a lifetime endeavor. Sign up for free classes for adults held at the Library: • Keyboarding & Internet Searching • 24/7 Library: Using Online Resources • Library2Go • Art in the Morning • Super Patron • Beginning Drawing Call the Reference Department for more information and dates and times at 503-675-2540. PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN Children’s Storytimes, are special reading adventures tailored for a range of ages. Baby Storytime (birth - 18 months) Tuesdays at 11:45am; Toddler Storytime (19 months - 3 years old) Wednesdays at 11:45 am; Preschool Storytime (3 - 5 year olds) Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:30am. Special Series: Chirp Musical Laptime with Keeley St. Clair Thursdays at 10:30am Families with babies from birth through 18 months are invited to musical laptimes. Chirp is an early childhood music program that focuses on healthy brain development, deepening bonds, and the magic of creative self-expression through music and movement. “Gardenia’s Harvest Festival” with Penny’s Puppet Productions Saturday, October 11, 11am A show to celebrate the fall harvest season, this musical production features songs, jokes, and fun. The performance stars Gardenia, Punky the Pumpkin, and the Corn Sisters, who have a parade in the garden. Lego Club for Grades 3-6 Monday, October 13, 4 to 5:30pm Kids are invited to work on projects and learn more about LEGOs with Blair Amos. Materials are provided but registration is required. PROGRAMS FOR TEENS No School Wii Gaming Friday, October 10, 1 to 3pm Students in grades 6-12 are invited to play Wii games at the Library. Participants can bring their own games as long as they are rated E or E plus. “Get Admitted to College” with Tim Cantrick, College Counselor Wednesday, October 15, 3 to 4pm This workshop presented by college counselor, Tim Cantrick, introduces strategies for emphasizing applicant strengths in ways that get positive notice in the admissions office. Halloween Party Thursday, October 30, 7 to 8pm Teens in grades 6 and up are invited to enjoy some Halloween fun at the Library. Festivities include pumpkin bowling, Halloween craft, and treats. Costumes are strongly encouraged! CITY LEAGUE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Registration format - individuals are not placed on teams. Register at www.loparks.org or stop by Parks & Recreation, 4101 Kruse Way. Managers must register first to set up a team. Players need to know manager’s name and division name to register. Registration will open on Wednesday, October 15. The registration and payment deadline is Wednesday, November 5. There will be a mandatory all Team Manager/Adult Supervisor meeting on Wednesday, October 15, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Tuesday, October 21, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. INDOOR PLAYGROUND IS BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER! This innovative program is ideal for parents and caregivers looking for an indoor alternative to the playground experience. Indoor play has everything you love about playgrounds but without the finicky weather! Enjoy climbing toys, physical play, sensory tables and much more. In addition, each day at 10 a.m. there will be a special themed activity for participants. Indoor Playground is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the West End Building, Willamette Room. Ages 0-6 are welcome; parents must supervise children at all times. There is a $3 daily drop- in fee for each visit; purchase a 10-visit punch card for $5 off. Discounts are available for additional siblings as well. Let’s go play! FEATURED DANCE CLASSES Do your kids love to Dance? Do you love to Dance? Now is the perfect time to learn new Steps, Taps, and Pirouettes. Join Instructor Laura Mabe at the West End Building and improve musicality. Gain experience and confidence learning proper steps all while having fun. Class offerings: • Pre-Bopper Baby, Ages 18mo to 3yrs • Tiny Boppers, Ages 3 to 6 • Mini-Ballerinas, Ages 4 to 7 • Kids Tap Dance, Ages 6 to 9 • Jazz Dance for Kids, Ages 6 to 9 • Basic Ballet for Adults, Ages 16+ • Tap Dance for Adults, Ages 16+ For more information, call 503-675-2549. Pre-register at www.loparks.org. LUSCHER FARM No School Garden Day Spend your school day off at the Farm. Enjoy games, crafts and activities while learning about organic gardening. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Wear closed toed shoes. Ages 5 to 12, Friday, October 10, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. $40. Harvest Celebration Come to Luscher Farm and celebrate another successful season with our Farm Partners. Food vendors, live music, kids’ activities and informational booths. Wear your Halloween costume and pose with the scarecrows for fun family pictures. All ages, Saturday, October 18, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5-$15 (suggested donation at the door). 44 For inFormation about the City and its serviCes, go to www.Ci.oswego.or.us or Call 503-635-0257. Citizen Information Specialist and HelloLO Editor Bonnie Hirshberger 503-675-3992 bhirshberger@ci.oswego.or.us This newsletter is printed on 100% recycled content paper, using soy-based ink. Event dates are subject to change. More details are available online at: www.ci.oswego.or.us/calendar. For more information, call 503-675-3992. October 1 Wednesday • First Addition/Forest Hills Neighborhood Coordinating Meeting, 6:30pm • NRAB Meeting, 6:30pm • First Wednesday, Oswego Heritage House, 7- 8pm • Evergreen NA Board Mtg, 7pm 2 Thursday • SW Employment Area Plan Mtg, 4:30- 6:30pm 3 Friday • Jottings - Meet the Author, ACC, 1pm 4 Saturday • Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1:30pm 5 Sunday 6 Monday • Special Author Event - William Deresiewicz, Library, 7pm 7 Tuesday • City Council Regular Meeting, 6:30pm • Library Music Series, 7pm 8 Wednesday • Memory Loss Wksp, ACC, 10am-12pm • Library Performing Arts Series, 1pm • HRAB Meeting, 7pm • LAB Meeting, 7pm 9 Thursday • Age-Friendly Lake Oswego Training, ACC, 9am-1:30pm • First Addition/Forest Hills Neighborhood Coordinating Meeting, 6:30pm 10 Friday 11 Saturday • Farmers’ Market, 8:30am-1:30pm 12 Sunday 13 Monday • Planning Commission, 6:30pm • How Journalism Serves Communities, Library, 7-8:30pm 14 Tuesday • City Council Special Meeting w/ School District, 6:30pm • Visioning the ACC, 6-7:30pm 15 Wednesday • PRAB Meeting, WEB, 6pm • Deadline to vote for favorite photo 16 Thursday • Right Tree In the Right Place Workshop, WEB, 6-7:30pm 17 Friday 18 Saturday • Preschool Art Hour, WEB, 9:30-10:30am • Harvest Celebration, Luscher, 11am- 4pm 19 Sunday 20 Monday • SAB Meeting, 6:30pm • DRC Meeting, 7pm 21 Tuesday • City Council Regular Meeting, 6:30pm • Library Author Series, 7pm 22 Wednesday 23 Thursday • Medicare & You in 2015, ACC 24 Friday • Home Sharing, ACC, 5:30-7pm 25 Saturday • Preschool Art Hour, WEB, 9:30-10:30am 26 Sunday 27 Monday • Planning Commission, 6:30pm 28 Tuesday • City Council & Budget Committee Joint Meeting, 6:30pm 29 Wednesday 30 Thursday • Costume Party, Library, 7-8pm • Uplands Neighborhood Board Mtg, 7pm 31 Friday November 1 Saturday • Child Safety Seat Clinic, Main Fire Dept, 10am-1:30pm 2 Sunday 3 Monday • DRC Meeting 4 Tuesday • City Council Regular Meeting, 6:30pm • Library Music Series, 7pm Community Calendar To see large copies of these photographs, and to vote for your favorite, go to: http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicaffairs/photo-contest-voting Category 1: Life in Lake Oswego Group Jump Holden Attacks Morning Beach Walk Category 2: Places in Lake Oswego State Street Power Station Fall Run Reflections on Oswego Lake Category 3: People of Lake Oswego Painting at the Lake Cruising Through Summer Playing at Foothills Park Category 4: Positive Aging in Lake Oswego HobbiesPerspective Painter at Stevens Meadows Dreamer Category 5: Pets in Lake Oswego My Dog Being her Typical Self Muse Category 6: Youth (entrant/photographer must be under the age of 18) SalamanderSafe Vesper VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PHOTO! Photo Contest Ballot Category 1 – Life in Lake Oswego Group Jump Holden Attacks Morning Beach Walk Category 2 – Places in Lake Oswego State Street Power Station Fall Run Reflections on Oswego Lake For each category, enter 1 in the box by the image you like the best, 2 as your second choice, or 3 as your third. Category 5 – Pets Dreamer My Dog Muse Name: Category 3 – People of Lake Oswego Painting at the Lake Cruising Through Summer Playing at Foothills Park Category 4 – Positive Aging in Lake Oswego Hobbies Perspective Painter at Stevens Meadows Phone: Category 6 – Youth Safe Salamander Vesper PICTUREBIGGET THE Vote by 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 15!