We’ll be working the street (Commercial Street, that is) between Madrona and Kuebler Monday through Friday, the 22nd – 26th. We’ve seen a Redtail hawk defending her nest from crows, mushrooms that look like flowers, found such prizes as a pitchfork and a hammer. It’s good exercise and when you’ve finished, you can glow in the feel-good of having done a worthy service. Let us know when you’d like to come, or just join us when you see us!
Hello from the Beer Dept! Fall is coming. . . and though the warm summer days are gradually fading into memory, we can look forward to some great new seasonal releases from our favorite breweries. Pumpkin ales and Oktoberfest lagers are center stage this month; alongside are some tantalizing new styles from some great breweries. Here’s what’s new in the cooler:
- Boulevard (Kansas City, MO) Dark Truth Imperial Stout 12oz
- Boulevard Reverb Imperial Pilsner 25.4oz
- Elysian (Seattle, WA) Dark O’ The Moon Pumpkin Stout 22oz
- Leavenworth (OIympia, WA) Oktoberfest 22oz
- Shipyard (Portland, ME) Pumpkinhead Ale 12oz
- Sierra Nevada (Chico, CA) Beer Camp Variety Pack 12/12oz
- Southern Tier (Lakewood, NY) Farmer’s Tan Imperial Pale Lager 22oz
- Southern Tier Pumking Ale 22oz
- Terminal Gravity (Enterprise, OR) Breakfast Porter 12oz
- Wasatch (Park City, UT) Pumpkin Ale 12oz
- Weihenstephaner (Weihenstephan, Germany) Festbier 16.9oz
LifeSource had the opportunity to provide snacks and beverages for the Build Crew last weekend for Fences for Fido.
Thanks to all those folks who worked hard in the hot sun to build a fence for this FurFace, Off the chain, into the yard!!
These guys Rock!!
It’s been a long wet winter and now that the sun is out again ~ YAY!! ~ we can see all the flotsam that’s collected along our designated stretch of Commercial St SE.
If you’d like to come and play outside with us, helping to beautify your town, let us know!
Respond to this, call us – 503-361-7973 – or just show up at the store by 9.
We’d love to have your help.
Wed & Thursday, the 13th & 14th.
That’s this week!
We start at 9 and finish by 4, with flexible hours in-between.
Hope to see you on the roadside!
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Salem Harvest connects farmers and backyard growers with volunteer pickers to harvest fruits and vegetables that would otherwise go to waste.
Half of each harvest is donated to the Marion-Polk Food Share or its affiliated food pantries and volunteer pickers take home the rest.
a genetically engineered (GE) version of corn that is resistant to 2,4-D, a major component of the highly toxic Agent Orange.
Ever wonder why you’d bother to buy organic cotton? I mean, you’re not eating it, right? Organic isn’t just for our food. Check this out: