Dec. 6 business briefs
'Living with Alzheimer's for Caregivers'
class on tap
Oregon Care Partners will soon host an instructor-led class in Newberg, "Living with Alzheimer's for Caregivers – Late Stage," that is designed to help anyone who cares for an aging person learn more about stage progression and how to provide safe, effective care for individuals with late stage Alzheimer's. The class is set for 9:30 to noon Thursday at Friendsview Retirement Community, 1301 Fulton St. Visit the website www.Oregon CarePartners.com to sign up for the class.
Pogy's under new ownership
Pogy's Subs is now owned by Irma Vera after the founders of the business, Paula Runnells and Jim Oravetz, sold the eatery in October. Vera has been a resident of the Newberg/Dundee area for 16 years and also serves as pastor at Red Hills Hispanic Church. She has a bachelor's degree in counseling.
Runnells and Oravetz are remaining at the Hayes Street business through December to train Vera, according to a press release.
Committee will meet to consider city rates for water systems
The Citizens' Rate Review Committee will soon meet to consider the rates for the city wastewater and water systems. All meetings are open to the public and public comments will be taken at each meeting, which is slated for 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Public Safety Building, 401 E. Third St.For more information, email Finance Director Matt Zook at [email protected] oregon.gov.