Happy Friday! As we start another busy week, take a look at just a few of the things you might have missed in last week's edition of the Review:
— Lake Oswego's uneven terrain sometimes makes it difficult for emergency responders to communicate by radio.
— Before formal schooling was available, pioneers often used hymn books to teach their kids.
— 300 students from 30 countries attended a Rotary-sponsored World Affairs Seminar this summer.
— Lakeridge alums Kyle DelFatti and Tim Jordan formed the band Famous Kids, and are now managed by someone who used to work with the popular singer Lizzo.
— A Lake Oswego man walked 900 miles along the West Coast.
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