Summerfield Women's Golf Club honors super seniors, names champ

Summerfield Women's Golf Club honors super seniors, names champ

Club lauds its nine 90-plus members, with seven attending championship luncheon The Summerfield...

Swimmer is going the distance and then some, as in across the U.S.

Swimmer is going the distance and then some, as in across the U.S.

Summerfield's Gary Barrett has been swimming laps at the Tigard pool for 28 years As the crow...

Mickey Sievers is a pianist extraordinaire

Mickey Sievers is a pianist extraordinaire

King City piano player played for presidents, movie stars and is still tinkling the ivories...

KISS performs at area fundraiser for Oregon Military Museum

KISS performs at area fundraiser for Oregon Military Museum

All-Star Salute to the Oregon Military raises $1.15 million in one evening When a legendary rock...

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Photo Credit: BARBARA SHERMAN - HARD WORK PAYS OFF - Larry McCullough checks on the Highlands rose garden every morning, dead-heading the blossoms and caring for the plants as necessary.
September 24, 2014

Summerfield rose garden blossoms thanks to caring neighbors

by Barbara Sherman
Highland Drive residents have traditionally cared for the roses since Summerfield's beginnings A Summerfield tradition that began when the community was first developed in 1975 is that some of…
Photo Credit: BARBARA SHERMAN - LOOKING FOR ONE-OF-A-KIND BALLS - Larry McCullough (right) shows next-door neighbor Frank Heyl a few unusual golf balls he has discovered while cleaning thousands of them over the past few months.
September 24, 2014

Summerfield golfers gather golf balls to send to veterans

by Barbara Sherman
Larry McCullough refurbishes the balls while Frank Heyl has a friend who transports them to Tacoma Living on a golf course, especially on certain lots with close proximity to the tees,…
Photo Credit: PAUL RICH/BROADWAY ROSE THEATRE COMPANY - THE A TEAM - Hot on the trail of a killer in 'Whodunit... the Musical' are (from left) Mike Dedarian as the detective; Debbie Hunter as wealthy spinster Carrie Innes; and Jennifer Goldsmith as her cockney maid.
September 24, 2014

Who's afraid of the spooky cottage?

by Barbara Sherman
Not Debbie Hunter, who appears in the Broadway Rose show, 'Whodunit... the Musical' Debbie Hunter is playing against type in the Broadway Rose Theatre Company production of "Whodunit… the…
September 24, 2014

Catch the show before it goes

by Broadway Rose Theatre Company
'Whodunit... the Musical' is tuneful, riotous romp that is part murder mystery and part drawing room farce The Broadway Rose Theatre Company continues its 2014 season of Brass 'n' Sass with a…
Photo Credit: BARBARA SHERMAN - KEEPING THAT BALL IN PLAY - Among the players having a good time on the Summerfield pickleball court, which is a modified tennis court, on Aug. 14 are Sheryl Caldwell and Del Jordan.
August 29, 2014

Summerfield joins nationwide pickleball craze by forming club

by Barbara Sherman
Members say the game is addictive, but they must be wary of 'pickleball elbow' Summerfield residents joined the pickleball mania that is sweeping the country and started the Pickleball Club in…
Photo Credit: BARBARA SHERMAN - DO-SI-DO - Sandy Bergeron (in red skirt) and Mary Davis (in blue skirt) dance during a demonstration by members of the Tri Squares Square Dance Club at the Highlands Clubhouse on Aug. 10.
August 29, 2014

Square-dancing takes over Highlands Clubhouse

by Barbara Sherman
Two residents who jumped on square-dancing bandwagon bring some friends to demonstrate and facilitate other residents A couple of Highlands residents, Mary Davis and Sandy Bergeron, with help…
Photo Credit: BARBARA SHERMAN - SCENE FROM A LIFE WELL-LIVED -  John and Ethel Masarik keep busy at a variety of activities in their King City home.
August 29, 2014

John Masarik's career goes from Merchant Marine in WWII to Fred…

by Barbara Sherman
John and Ethel Masarik have carved out quite a life over the decades What visitors first notice outside John and Ethel Masarik's King City home is lavender growing all around their courtyard,…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OF GREG WILLIAMS - A GOOD DAY'S WORK  - Ecuadorian village children happily show off their new toothbrushes that hopefully wil last them a long time.
August 29, 2014

Wide Open Humanitarian practices extreme dentistry

by Barbara Sherman
Greg Williams and his team members provide care in remote areas of Ecuador King City dentist Greg Williams experienced a very different commute in April when his non-profit organization, Wide…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OF GREG WILLIAMS - GETTING AROUND NATIVE-STYLE - The Wide Open Humanitarian team gets ready to push a long boat from the bank of the Misa River in Ecuador to head to a new village.
August 29, 2014

Wide Open Humanitarian is meeting its goals

by Barbara Sherman
The nonprofit formed in 2007 is providing dental care to remote areas around the world Dentists Greg Williams and Scott Dyer formed Wide Open Humanitarian Inc. in 2007 after traveled to Peru on…
Photo Credit: BARBARA SHERMAN - A FITTING TRIBUTE - Brad (left) and Blair Wyatt plus Ed Milford sit in the revamped King City Pro Shop where three flat-screen TVs are now available  in the newly named Tack Room, including one donated by Blair in honor of her parents, Emil and Marge Tack.
August 29, 2014

King City pioneers honored with plaque in Pro Shop

by Barbara Sherman
Emil and Marge Tack are recognized in newly remodeled facility Emil and Marge Tack were King City pioneers, buying the 139th lot sold in the new subdivision in 1965 and moving into their…

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