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Chamber of Commerce Newsletter 1/22/2013



Business After Hours


Tonight from 5-7 pm at B'Polished Salon and Spa located at 455 Weldwood Drive next to Wal-Mart. Tiffani is welcoming us with homemade enchiladas, salad, brownies and pie! They will also be giving away an amazing SPA PACKAGE!! Join us in welcoming Tiffani and her team of highly skilled staff to their new and beautiful location! There will be great networking and lots of prizes...and don't forget...it's FREE! Bring a friend, bring a prize and don't miss this one!!

Ribbon Cutting - Sons of the American Legion


Friday morning 8:30 am with the Sons of the American Legion, 480 Main St., Lebanon.

Gideon Freudmann CelloBop Fireside Concert


Feb 22, 7-8 pm at the Lebanon Library.
Gideon takes a modern artist's approach to the four-stringed instrument, Gideon Freudmann has brought the cello to a new realm. This is a concert for every member of the family young and old. Among Gideon's many accomplishments he is a member of the Portland Cello Project. For more information about Gideon and to preview his amazing work visit CelloBop.com. Call 541-258-4926 for more information.

Darkness to Light-Stewards of Children


This training is for adults who care about the protection of children such as parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and adults who work in youth serving organizations. For more information go to www.linncasa.org or www.D2L.org

The Lebanon Police Department Citizens Academy is coming up!


The Citizens academy will be 8 weeks starting on Tuesday March 5 and will be every Tuesday evening from 6pm to 9pm. The course outline includes an overview of criminal and traffic law, domestic violence, use of force and Safety. Also included are demonstrations by officers and an optional day at the Firearms Range. Students having completed this course will have an excellent understanding of the police department and it efforts to strive toward achieving its mission of providing safety and security for the citizens of Lebanon. The Citizens Academy is part of a continuing effort to educate the public in the challenges facing municipal law enforcement agencies today. Its objective is to familiarize students with Lebanon Police Department's role in the community, mandated training requirements and crime prevention. "This course is valuable in that it allows citizens and police department staff to meet in a casual setting and get to know one another, which is a vital ingredient in our community policing strategy." Call Dala at 541-258-4339 for more information



Take Five

These five questions were developed by caring community members to help parents remember to take some time to talk to their kids, so please take a bit of your day to ask your kids these questions.

Take Five