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Portland Classic Guitar now U.S. Classic Guitar; LO Chamber networking at Le'D Bug

Portland Classic Guitar now U.S. Classic Guitar

William Jenks, former founder and artistic director of Portland Classic Guitar LLC, has announced that the nonprofit organization has officially acquired Portland Classic Guitar LLC.

Jenks will serve as president of the new company, which he says will continue to bring classical guitar concerts, education and related products to Portland and beyond.

Directors of the new nonprofit include Michelle Augello, Mary Kilo, Claude Laviano and Stephanie Lulay.

U.S. Classic Guitar will present the 14th season of the Portland International Guitar Series and the Hawaii International Guitar Series. Coincert lineups are expected to be announced soon.

Learn more online at usclassicguitar.org.

LO Chamber networking at Le'D Bug

The Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce's Friday-morning networking session on Oct. 26 will be hosted by Columbia Bank and held at Le'D Bug boutique in Bridgeport Village. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8 am.

The Nov. 2 networking session will be held at Goodwill Industries Boutique, 17150 Lower Boones Ferry Road in Lake Oswego, again starting at 8 a.m.

Learn more online at Lake-oswego.com.

WL Chamber to hold Business After Hours event

West Linn Chamber members are invited to an After Hours networking event from 5:30-8 p.m. on Nov. 8 at Willamette Valley Bank, 1914 Willamette Falls Drive, Suite 160, in West Linn.

On Nov. 24, the chamber will kick off West Linn's Home for the Holidays campaign with Small Business Saturday at the McLean House, 5350 River Road, West Linn. The event combines brick-and-mortar and home-based businesses for family photos, a visit with Santa, wine and hot chocolate tasting, live music and more. To participate, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Steri-Clean franchise opening in Tigard

Ster-Clean, an award-winning company that helps reduce the trauma associated with cleaning crime and trauma scenes, infectious disease sites and hoarding houses, is slated to oepn its first Oregon location this month in Tigard.

Steri-Clean was established in 1995 by Cory Chambers, the star of the cable television show "Hoarders." Steri-Clean Oregon is owned by franchisees Chris and Shelly Gage; it will be the company's 24th location across the country.

Steri-Clean contracts directly with law enforcement agencies and fire departments to provide affordable, efficient and quick emergency vehicles and equipment for jail/holding cell and evidence room cleanups. It also offers a variety of hoarding cleanup options, which range from a complete clearn out of clutter to organizing and recovering items of importance.

The business is located at 8136 S.W. Durham Road in Tigard. For more information, visit steri-clean.com.

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