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At this time of year it is fun to reflect back on the events which made the year memorable

PMG FILE PHOTO - Despite the dust, dirt and heat, attendees at Polo Noir in West Linn made the most of the fashion-forward event. In leafing through past editions of the Lake Oswego Review and West Linn Tidings we selected some photos to share today which captured life in our communities this past year, as seen through the lens of our photographers Jaime Valdez and Jonathan House, and our reporters.

We at the Lake Oswego Review and West Linn Tidings wish you a happy and healthy 2020.

— Barb Randall

PMG FILE PHOTO - Dancers from the Oregon Korean Performing Arts Troupe create many beautiful images throughout the traditional Korean fan dance at Forest Hills Elementary in January.  COURTESY PHOTO  - Lake Oswego Police officers mourned the loss of Charger, a beloved member of the K-9 unit. PMG FILE PHOTO  - When Palisades Market closed in October, Roots Public House lost its location, and began a search for a new spot.Deanie Parry, left, and Michele Menard enjoy dancing to Stump City Soul at Music in the Park in West Linn.   Massene Mboup asks a question to Marvin Lynn during the Multi-City Equity Summit held in October.  Hector Hernandez paints a mural at the soon-to-be-opened Wilco store in Lake Oswego. Renae Bedolla of Lake Oswego grew up on Dolan Creek Farm in Boring and is helping her parents grow a pumpkin patch. She planted 30 different pumpkins.  Ezra McCreith, 5, and his sister, Cora, 3, chase after bubbles during the Trillium Creek Primary's Backyard BBQ.

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