Dr. Dan Miller, a Maximized Living Chiropractor at Beaverton Family Chiropractic, is celebrating 25 years of serving the Beaverton community the month of March! “We will have raffles, treats, and special events throughout the month to mark this anniversary” says Tracy Miller, Certified Chiropractic Assistant.
Dr. Dan knew at an early age that he was called to serve others as a chiropractor. His passion is to see families transform their lives by applying The 5 Essentials of Maximized Living. Dr. Dan teaches that people have control over many of the illnesses and diseases they face. He is a highly sought after speaker on Nutrition, Exercise, Toxicity, Spinal Correction, and Mindset.
He is an active member of the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce, a recipient of the Service to Beaverton Award for Business, has volunteered at HomePlate Youth Services, a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, and a member of the Maximized Living Sports Performance Counsel serving the men and women of USA Wrestling and other elite athletes. In addition, Dr. Dan serves on the Community Board at the Salvation Army Veterans and Family Center, where he will be establishing a free clinic for the nearly 100 veterans and their families.
Dr. Dan has lived in Oregon his entire life. His bachelor’s degree is from the University of Oregon and his doctorate from University of Western States.
For more information about our Anniversary Celebration please call 503.644.8844 or stop by the office at 5075 SW Griffith Dr., Suite 120, Beaverton, OR 97005.
This morning, the Chamber board of directors adopted the following Action Plan. This resulted out of the November planning session and subsequent staff work to implement their vision in to measurable and specific goals.
Beaverton Schools plan Wednesday Early Release for Teacher Collaboration & Professional Development beginning Sept. 2017
The Beaverton School District will be establishing a Wednesday 90-minute early release schedule beginning next fall (2017) for teacher collaboration and professional development. The District is working this school year to plan an effective implementation.
Collaboration is an ongoing process of small teams of teachers working together to know each student’s strengths and challenges, and to meet students’ specific learning needs, while strengthening the teacher’s own teaching practices. Collaboration time gives teachers a more comprehensive view of the child and increases teacher effectiveness, making it essential for student success.
Over the course of the next three years, nine additional student contact days will be added to the District calendar. More information here:
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighters are dedicated to responding to the fire and emergency medical needs of the community at a moment’s notice. This holiday season, firefighters are asking community members to help them come through for less-fortunate children as well.
For more than three decades, the KGW Great Toy Drive has provided hundreds of thousands of toys to our community’s less-fortunate families in Oregon and Southwest Washington. The toys collected during the toy drive are distributed to needy kids in our area with the help of more than 130 local organizations and hundreds of dedicated volunteers.
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue has been a longtime partner in supporting KGW’s Great Toy Drive. Most TVF&R fire stations are once again serving as collection sites and accepting new, unwrapped toys for children of all ages now through December 24.
With the help of our generous community members, TVF&R firefighters were able to fill a fire engine and box truck full of toys to deliver to the KGW studios last December. This year, the need continues to be great, and firefighters hope to exceed last year’s collection effort.
Beaverton-area residents and businesses can drop off any new, unwrapped toys at the following local stations:
All toys donated by December 14 will be donated to the KGW Great Toy Drive. Any toys collected after that date will be taken to the Washington County Girl Scout Christmas Breakfast for the Homeless on Christmas morning to be distributed to Washington County children who attend the breakfast with their families.
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue knows that we serve a generous, compassionate community. Thank you in advance for helping us contribute to brighter holidays for children and teens in need.
Please join us by donating your used purses, make up bags and all kinds of toiletries!
Project Homeless Connect is January 27th and we will collect up to January 20, 2017.
QuakeUP2016 is this weekend adjacent to the Beaverton Farmers Market on Saturday. If you can’t attend, be sure and check out our booklet on business preparedness……..Are you ready? Download Booklet
The Class of 2016 is launching Beaverton Awareness Day May 14
Beaverton, OR, – The 2016 Leadership Beaverton Class is proud to announce “Beaverton Awareness
Day” Saturday, May 14th, 2016 from 10:00am to 1:00pm directly in front of the Beaverton City Library.
Beaverton Awareness Day is an event that encourages our community to learn about and find ways to
engage with Beaverton’s non-profits & volunteer opportunities. Through many conversations and
partnerships with local organizations, the most dominant need is “engagement, awareness and
participation” to truly make a bigger impact on the needs of our community. Our goal is to create an
annual event, where over 50 Non-Profits and community organizations can share their story and needs
with people in the community that are looking for ways to get involved. We have reached out to over 200
groups in the area and are seeing an incredible response of groups wanting to be involved. (more…)
Firefighters from Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue rely on information from an emergency communications system (911) to answer the community’s calls for help.
Whether it’s a cardiac arrest, house fire, car crash or other emergency, vital details about the location and circumstances of a situation are relayed by dispatchers through a network, which includes transmission towers and radios.
Firefighters rely on this same system to communicate with each other once they’re on a scene. Read full article.