Top Estacada headlines for the week of May 11
Here are the local news stories we gathered during the week of May 11. Read on to learn more about what's happening in the Estacada community.
Estacada High School announced plans for an in-person, socially distanced graduation ceremony for the class of 2020. During the June 6 event, two graduates will be in Buzz Randall Stadium at one time to receive their diplomas.
The Estacada Community Center is partnering with local restaurants to serve local Meals on Wheels recipients. Earlier this week, they worked with Eagle Creek Saloon.
Local author Peter Hamer read from his upcoming book of poetry, "It's Just You and Me, Mr. Moon" during a Zoom event on Saturday. Hamer's book, inspired by the poet Weldon Kees, will be published in September.
Members of the Estacada School District community shared the ways in which students with disabilities are being supported during virtual school.
The Freckled Peach is serving waffles in a new downtown Estacada location.
Finally, in the first installment of a new series called "Checking In," the Estacada News caught up with Chamber of Commerce president Michele Jones.
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