Sherwood Foundation for the Arts 3rd Annual Altered Arts Festival

Sherwood Foundation for the Arts
3rd Annual Altered Arts Festival

altered art [awl-ter-d ahrt] = simply altering an object from its intended purpose to a new, creative one.

Sherwood Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce its 3rd Altered Arts Festival, Saturday, June 6th. This event kicks off Sherwood’s outdoor festival season, and is dedicated to inspiring, nurturing, promoting, and supporting visual arts in and around Sherwood. The festival takes place between 10:00am to 4:00pm at Veterans’ Memorial Park in Old Town Sherwood.

Along with a wide variety of artists’ booths, there will be hands-on, make-and-take art projects for children and adults, including rag rugs with June Reynolds, and a project sponsored by our local Home Depot! You’ll also meet mixed-media artist Kitty Miller, who will help you create a work of art with scrap papers, and ‘everything but the kitchen sink’.

Check out the performance stage hosting a variety of music, and dance groups, and SFA summer play ‘sneak peak’ performances from “Into the Woods”. Come hungry, and feast on delicious BBQ made by It’s Party Time Catering, and…we hear Sweet Story will have their doors open with offerings to satisfy your sweet tooth.

New this year, look for Scott Donnelly, creating and demonstrating chalk art throughout the day.

Don’t forget the altered art competition! Everyone is invited to enter their own work of altered art. Participants can work individually or as a family or group. For information on how to enter, please visit the show website at Our special guest judge this year is, William McClenathan, from KPTV’s Garden Time. Competition categories may include, but are not limited to, books, containers, assemblages, textiles, garden art, etc.

Vendors, there are still spots available for you to display and sell your art, but they are going fast. Visit for details.

A big ‘thank you’ to our current sponsors: Adams Screenprint, Metro West Realty, and Makers5, the City of Sherwood and the Cultural Arts Commission.

Please come out and celebrate art with us on June 6th.

For more information visit our website at:

Walt’s Hiring for Appliance Installation and Delivery

Appliance Installation & Delivery (Walt’s Appliance Sherwood Oregon)

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compensation: $12.00+ per Hour Depending on Experience
Doing Appliance delivery and Installation for Walt’s Appliance is an integral part of how our company works. Walt’s Appliance is all about customer service and keeping the customer satisfied. That means anyone who is doing installation and delivery for Walt’s Appliance needs to uphold those same high standards. This position requires both installation and delivery. This is not a truck driving job. Job duties As a Home Delivery Appliance Installer/Deliverer you will be responsible for

  • Operating a box truck safely
  • Delivery and proper installation of household appliances per company policy and to state and local codes
  • Treat customers professionally and with respect
  • Have a high customer service satisfaction record
  • Complete all end of day procedures including but not limited to unloading the truck

Job Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record
  • Knowledge and experience using basic hand tools
  • Previous experience in the Home Delivery helpful but not required. We’ll train the right individuals.
  • Ability to remain flexible and adaptable in a fast pace environment working safely within a time schedule
  • Must be able to pass a background screening, pre-employment drug screening, and physical capability test
  • Must work Saturdays 8-4. Closed Sundays.

Compensation Salary: $12.00+ per hour depending on Experience
Hours Worked Per Week: 40+ — Saturdays Mandatory
Shift: Day Shift
Duration of Job: Full Time, more than 6 months

Sportsmetrics – Hosted by Therapeutic Associates Sherwood Physical Therapy at the YMCA

Sportsmetrics™ is a comprehensive jump training program that combines plyometrics, strength training and flexibility. It is the only scientifically proven program that reduces the risk of knee injury, increases jump power and improves leg strength for all types of sports that involve pivoting, cutting or jumping.
This 6-week program also includes the SAS module and Speed and Agility training. Pre and post-testing includes video analysis which can classify an athlete’s risk of sustaining a non-contact ACL injury. This is an excellent program for both female and male athletes to enhance performance and prevent injury.
Did You Know? • Knee ligament injury rates are 2-10 times higher in female athletes than in male. • A torn ACL can sideline an athlete for 6-12 months.
Program Details: Location: Sherwood YMCA 23000 SW Pacific Hwy
Pre-test: Thursday, June 11th // 1:00pm – 1:30pm
Post-test: Monday, July 27th (last session) // 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Training dates: Monday, June 15th – Monday, July 27th Training sessions on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 1:00pm – 2:30pm **No class Friday, July 3rd (due to holiday)**
Registration deadline: Thursday, June 4th (see reverse for details)
Injury Prevention, Agility & Speed Performance Training
Sportsmetrics™ has been proven to:
• Reduce the risk of serious knee injury. • Increase vertical jump height, on average 10%. • Improve hamstrings to quadriceps strength and symmetry in right-to-left leg power. • Improve landing mechanics and reduce side-to-side movements at the knee.

Therapeutic Associates Sherwood Physical Therapy 20055 SW Pacific Hwy, Suite 110 Sherwood, OR 97140 Phone: 503-625-1691 Email:
Program Cost: $220 per athlete. Includes pre/post-testing and all 18 training sessions. Previous participants should inquire about a discount. Space is limited to 12 participants. Informational Links: Registration: Contact Sherwood YMCA for program registration. 503-625-9622 Register at the YMCA Welcome Center
Victoria Bryson PT, DPT, CSCS: Victoria returned to Oregon after earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Western University of Health Sciences in Southern California. She received her undergraduate degree in Seattle, Washington from Seattle Pacific University in Exercise Science with emphasis in research and biomechanics. Victoria is currently a resident in the TAI Orthopedic Clinical Residency Program and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
She brings empathy to the practice as she has once experienced firsthand the success of skilled Physical Therapy as a young, injured, three-sport athlete. Now, Victoria strives to pass on this hope getting patients back to the activities they love with an evidence based approach. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and has found great success in working with young to professional athletes in various sports.
Along with her involvement at Sherwood Physical Therapy, she gives back as a volunteer coach and provides physical therapy related services to the local community and other countries, such as Haiti and the Dominican Republic. In her free time, she enjoys staying active in team and individual sports and spending time with her husband at the beach.