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[Online] WordPress Twenty Twenty Theme Demonstration

Join us on Monday, June 1st, for the Portland WordPress MeetUp on Zoom as I take us on a walkthrough of the this year’s WordPress theme.

I will demonstrate two websites built using the Twenty Twenty WordPress theme, describe how to use the page templates, go over the CSS coding to make design changes, and even show how to change the website font! The sites being demonstrated are live and available to view. There will be ample opportunity for questions.

Participants limited to 100. Please RSVP at Portland WordPress MeetUp.

Portland WordPress members at Pike Place Market, Seattle WordCamp November 2019
Pre COVID-19 — Some of the Portland WordPress gang at Pikes Place Market, Seattle WordCamp 2019. By the spring of 2020 we are holding MeetUps online.
Waterlink Web

Service is in the DNA of Waterlink Web’s Business Strategy

The Waterlink Web story and my story are intertwined. Service to the community is part of my DNA. It is no surprise that service to Waterlink Web clients is in the DNA of our business strategy.

Waterlink Web’s Beginning — Pier Pool

Some of you may know that I live in St. Johns. In 2005 the City Council decided to close Pier Pool, our neighborhood outdoor pool. This pool is important to the children and families in St. Johns. So, along with some other parents, I formed Friends of Pier Park. We collected 700 signatures, we went to the City Council, and we testified about the value of Pier Pool to the St. Johns neighborhood. As a result, the City Council decided to keep the Pier Pool open.

Later I was at a Parks meeting with some Council staff when one of the staff members told me that both Pier and Buckman Pools had been on the chopping block and that the Council decided to keep Buckman open because at the time they had a website.