Sarah Kotel is the 2015 Sherwood Chamber of Commerce & Pride Disposal Scholarship Recipient

Congratulations to Sarah Kotel a graduating Senior at Sherwood High School for being selected as this year’s Sherwood Chamber of Commerce & Pride Disposal Scholarship Recipient.  Sarah will attend George Fox University in the fall and major in Nursing or Physical Therapy.  Sarah’s heart for service, high GPA, love of leadership at SHS, and giving her time to the Team Unified and Special Olympics set her apart from other qualified applicants.  This year’s scholarship is $2,500.  Congratulations Sarah!

PBR Night at the Growler House – June 17th at 5pm Design a PBR 2016 Beer Can Label

PBR Night

DATE: June 17, 2015

TIME: 5:00 pm

LOCATION: 21319 SW Sherwood Blvd.

Sherwood, OR 97140

Near Kohl’s in Sherwood

PBR $2.50

Prizes, Glasses & T-Shirts

Growler House will be celebrating the nationwide PBR art contest. You can design the 2016 beer can label.   As far as design, anything goes. The format requires art to fit into a 2×3 poster.

Winning designs will go into the PBR road show, and possibly national contest. Those designs not selected  will be displayed at the Growler House.

The Growler House hosts a Night of Syrup & Satire – Ladies’ Night – June 9th, 6pm

Syrup and Satire!

Ladies’ Night at the Growler House

June 9th, 2015 -6 pm – 9 pm  $5 (for personally designed beer)

“Design Your Own Beer Taste” and Cards Against Humanity (with prizes)



We’re excited to bring to you Silberstadt-weisse! 

Silberstadt-weisse is the art of combining “sour beer” with yummy syrups.  

 On the 9th of June, Vicki (our resident mixologist) will lead the ladies through the process of mixing yummy syrups with sour beer to create a truly personalize beverage. $5 covers your beer and prizes for Cards Against Humanity.

Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.

The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.


Sherwood High School connecting students with needed business work experience

Sherwood High School is looking to connect local businesses with students that would benefit from gaining work experience.  While some students are pursuing paid employment, some are also looking to build their resumes and work skills in a volunteer capacity.  If you have opportunities within your business, please contact Erin Olsvik at (503)825-5557.

Erin Olsvik

Learning Specialist/Youth Transition Program Transition Specialist

Sherwood High School

16956 SW Meinecke Rd.

Sherwood, OR 97140