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  • 06/19/2019 3:02 PM | WSS Office (Administrator)

    The buzz has been building for the opening weekend at Providence Park with the unveiling of the new expansion and many new amenities.

    Squires Electric has been anticipating this for months with nearly half of our electricians staffed at the Stadium to get it ready for the big day.

    Finally, this weekend, the public was able to view all of hard work the men and women at Squires have accomplished.

    We were so proud to be a part of the improvements to this iconic Portland institution.

    One of our apprentices was even interviewed for the online feature of the Construction Crew on the Timbers website.

    A HUGE thank you to the electricians that worked tirelessly to make this deadline!

    https://www.timbers.com/post/2019/05/31/construction-story-portraits-men-and-women-helped-expand-providence-park


  • 05/21/2019 11:13 AM | WSS Office (Administrator)

    I did it. Finished, done! What a great ride. 70 miles from Carlton, Oregon to the coast at Pacific City. I want to thank all my donors. My goal was to raise $1000. I came in with $823. Thank you to all my wonderful friends and my business associates for donating to this wonderful cause.

    The ride was so much more fun than I thought it would be. The American Lung Association had this dialed in with four rest areas stocked with dozens of volunteers, and an amazing assortment of energy foods.

    The weather forecast approaching the event was gruesome. It looked like rain, wind, and cold. The morning of the ride the roads wet with a drizzle of rain in the air. That only lasted about 20 minutes. Then it was only cloudy until about halfway through, and then the sun came out. The weathers gods were with us.

    We rode through beautiful farmlands, crossing rivers on one lane bridges, winding through the forest, and then out to the beach. Seeing the first site of Haystack Rock in Pacific City gave us an electrifying boost, even though we had another 15 or so miles to go.

    The final 3 miles were brutal. We were there, but still 3 miles to go. As we approached, we heard the crowd cheering and the DJ, yelling; YOU HAVE REACHED – THE BEACH.

    Then it was us turning into the finish line, and the DJ giving us the YOU HAVE REACHED – THE BEACH.

    I am so glad I did this ride, and the commitment resulting from your donations, made the ride even better.
    Thank you again.

    Bruce Feller

    Click here to visit my personal page.
    If the text above does not appear as a clickable link, you can visit the web address:
    http://action.lung.org/site/TR?px=7748633&pg=personal&fr_id=17664&et=6DssZa3LTDha1UXxgZLqUQ&s_tafId=126752


  • 05/03/2019 2:52 PM | WSS Office (Administrator)

    Landscape East & West has once again been selected as one of the 100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon. The survey included more than 14,500 employees within the state and focused on workplace sustainability, recycling, water conservation, waste reduction and efforts to reduce toxic materials and chemicals. The survey is published annually, with Landscape East & West scoring in the top 100 since inception.


  • 05/03/2019 1:29 PM | WSS Office (Administrator)

    On May 18th, member Bruce Feller plans to do a 72-mile bike ride from Carlton Oregon to the coast at Pacific City. This is a Reach the Beach fundraiser for the American Lung Association. 

    Your donation, of any size, will help motivate him and help others in the treatment and cure from lung diseases.

    Bruce is joining thousands of other cyclists and the American Lung Association to raise money to fight lung disease and increase awareness about the importance of lung health.

    Click here to visit his personal page.
    If the text above does not appear as a clickable link, you can visit the web address:
    http://action.lung.org/site/TR?px=7748633&pg=personal&fr_id=17664&et=npAn2V2jREgtQ0Y7PN-D4g



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