1999: Dairy princess visits with youngsters at Timber Park
1969 — Showings at The Broadway Theater included "Live a Little, Love a Little," "Dandy in Aspic" and "The Taming of the Shrew."
1979 — Estacada School District superintendent Ron McIntire left his position to serve as associate dean of the University of Houston's College of Education. McIntire had worked in Estacada for three years. "Although I was not in the process of looking for a new position, I recognize that it is time for a change in the leadership (superintendent) of the Estacada School District," he said.
1989 — Philip Foster Farm was preparing to host a harvest festival in September. The event would include a cider squeeze, arts and crafts, music, old cars, buggy rides, food and tours of the National Historic Site. "The arts and craft area will include makers of handmade old time crafts such as baskets, soap making and spinning," The News reported.
1999 — Clackamas County Dairy Princess and Eagle Creek Resident Julie Payzant visited with local children at Timber Park as part of the Estacada Public Library's summer reading program. During the gathering, Clackamas County Dairy Women served ice cream to 125 children and parents.
2009 — Items from the newspaper's Around Town calendar included a glow-in-the-dark golf tournament organized by Estacada Community Events, a reunion for Estacada High School's class of 1974 and a request for volunteers at the Book Nook.
2018 — Students at the Adult and Teen Challenge center in Estacada gained work experience by working at the Portland TC Resale & Donation Center. Participants in the addiction recovery program greet customers, organize inventory and work at the cash register. They also pick up donations, assess their quality and find a home for them on the sales floor. "I was a person full of hate. Now I have a love for people," said Mike Whitesell, a graduate of the Estacada-based Pacific Northwest Adult Teen Challenge, who is now an intern with the program.
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