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The Business Briefs are short news items about what's new with various Inner Southeast businesses

Sellwood Medical Clinic is all ready for you to drive through their parking lot for your flu shot - but do call to make an appointment first. Sellwood Medical Clinic offers "drive through" flu shot: This year, getting a flu shot is described as more important than ever in this era of the coronavirus pandemic – and Sellwood Medical Clinic has devised a new, easier-than-ever way to get one, while maintaining social distancing. Just call for an appointment time, then get in your car and be in their back parking lot on the northeast corner of S.E. 13th at Sherrett Street at the appointed time. Wear a T-shirt or loose sleeved shirt so they can administer the shot in your left arm, pay for it or use your insurance, and you're done. You can even bring others along for their shot too, but they ask that you make appointments for everyone you are bringing along. The number to call for an appointment is 503/595-9300, option 3.

"Killer Burger" franchise to expand outside Oregon: "Killer Burger", at S.E. 17th and Linn in Sellwood, is one of ten Killer Burger locations in the greater Portland area; now the Portland-based chain announces it plans to expand throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond, quadrupling its franchise presence in the next five years. T.J. Southard, CEO and founder of Killer Burger, says, "When it comes to an experience where burgers, craft beers, and music come together, there is no other concept that brings the energy like we do." Southard says he developed Killer Burger to open a restaurant where he and his close friends could "hang out, blast rock music, enjoy dinner-style burgers, and drink craft beers". The current hours for takeout and delivery at the Sellwood location are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week. "Branches" card and gift shop closes: At the end of August, the Branches "uncommon cards and curious finds" gift shop, at 6656 S.E. Milwaukie Avenue in Westmoreland, announced on its website that the store would be closing permanently. "We had a good run, but due to COVID-19, it's time to say our goodbyes. We have loved being a part of this community, and we thank you so much for your support." A closing sale started September 1, with everything 30% off and all sales final – both in the store and online, at www.branchespdx.com – but no final closing date was announced at that time. Veteran brand and marketing consultant Robert Shepard is the presenter at the Assn. of Home Businesses online ZOOM meeting, open to all, on October 15, starting at 6:30 p.m.; RSVP to attend.AHB meeting shares "building your brand, to build your business": Veteran Brand and Marketing Strategist Robert Shepard is this month's speaker at the ZOOM meeting of Sellwood's Assn. of Home Businesses. Robert explains how a combination of excellent creative and well-informed strategy may be your best approach to brand-building – a conversation that will be timely and useful to any freelancer, contractor, and home-based or small business owner. Everyone welcome! Learn from and enjoy this conversation, along with the usual camaraderie, at the Thursday, October 15th, meeting of the AHB – online at 6:30 p.m. If you'd like to join this online meeting, please email your request to – HYPERLINK "mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Or call 503/232-2326.) Folks who RSVP will be sent a ZOOM link and password prior to the event. No charge for attending; but without your RSVP you cannot obtain the link to join the meeting. "You Were Here" art exhibit features long-gone Portland icons: PushDot Gallery in the Ford Building on S.E. Division, just north of the Brooklyn neighborhood, is presenting the Lyn Nance-Sasser and Stephen Sasser exhibit of a series of prints entitled, "You are Here – Portland". They've been displaying in the area since 2012, and have decided this is the final time they will be doing so. The show consists of images of people, places, and things that are no longer in our city. The duo has assembled a collection of 30+ new prints, combined with a large-scale, wallpaper-sized, 1956 service station tourist map of the City of Portland. The exhibit is open now, and runs through October 30, at the PushDot Gallery, in The Ford Building, 2505 S.E. 11th Avenue, #104.

"Green Oasis" opens separate Sellwood wine and beer bar: The Green Oasis dispensary announces it has opened an adjacent, but separately-situated, wine and beer bar – which is also separately licensed by the OLCC. The new bar – which the owners say is a separate business entirely from the adjacent dispensary – had its Grand Opening on Saturday, September 12, and featured a fundraising raffle, with proceeds directed to American Legion Post 180. The address of the new bar is 1035 S.E. Tacoma Street in Sellwood, open seven days a week from 10 to 10 – except Sundays, when it is open 11 to 9.


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