July 15, 2015 Page 5 The Law Offices of Patrick John Sweeney, P.C. Patrick John Sweeney Attorney at Law 1549 SE Ladd Portland, Oregon Portland: (503) 244-2080 Hillsoboro: (503) 244-2081 Facsimile: (503) 244-2084 Email:Sweeney@PDXLawyer.com NAYA Youth Experience DC The Native American Youth and Family Center of northeast Portland sent five youth to the first White House Tribal Youth Gathering last week. First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to more than 850 youth telling them how important their heritage is to the nation and that their voice matters. The youth were excited by the powerful messages that talked about hope, focused priorities, and the strength of Indigenous people. Subaru to Build in Gresham Distribution center to bring 50 new jobs Subaru of America Inc. has selected Gresham for its new 600,000-square-foot master dis- tribution center, which it is relo- cating from Japan to the United States. The center will be the anchor tenant and the most significant development to date at the Port of Portland’s Gresham Vista Busi- ness Park. “We are thrilled to see Subaru call Gresham home,” Gresham Mayor Shane Bemis said of the development. “Longtime Gresh- am residents will immediately un- derstand the significance of seeing a huge new industrial develop- ment on the Gresham Vista site, bringing jobs and vital economic investment to town.” Trammell Crow Company is building the master distribution center in a joint venture with Clar- ion Partners and plans to break ground in August. Subaru will lease the space, with occupancy anticipated by October 2016. The master distribution center for auto parts - serving regional parts facil- ities - will sit on 40 acres, allow- ing for expansion of up to another 235,000 square feet in the future. The 221-acre Gresham Vis- Rise Above C ontinued from P age 3 through Sunday, Jul6 19. Standard entrance rates the air show will apply, although admission to the Rise Above Traveling Exhibit is free. The Squadron’s P-51C Mustang will perform in the air show and be on static display for up- close viewing, a rare treat for attendees as it is one of only a few like it still flying. “We salute the Commemorative Air Force for keeping alive the courageous story of the Tus- kegee Airmen for new generations of Americans and we are excited for Oregon to experience this outstanding exhibit,” said Bill Braack, air show president. The exhibit features an original short film “Rise Above,” designed to take the audience on a jour- ney through time and provide an intimate look at the struggles and challenges faced by the black ta Business Park - bounded by Northeast Glisan Street, Southeast Stark Street, Northeast 223rd Ave- nue and Northeast 242nd - is less than a mile from Interstate 84 and located within Gresham’s Enter- prise Zone. Subaru of America operates an- other 413,900-square-foot facility at the Port’s Rivergate Industrial Park that serves a different func- tion within its network. That oper- ation will not be impacted by the new facility in Gresham, which is projected to bring as many as 50 new jobs to the area. Founded in 1968, Subaru of America Inc. is the U.S. sales and marketing subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries of Japan. airmen, who showed extraordinary courage and strength of character as they fought for their right to serve our country during World War II. The theater’s dynamic 160-degree panoramic screen creates the sensation of being in the cockpit soaring above the clouds in the P-51C Mustang, experiencing the excitement and thrill of flying breath-taking aerobatic maneuvers. “The exhibit is truly a one-of-a-kind adventure,” said CAF Red Tail Squadron Leader and P-51C Mustang pilot Brad Lang. “Kids and adults walk away from this experience with a greater under- standing of the history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen. Their story, and that of the CAF Red Tail Squadron, is a means to inspire them to achieve their potential. It’s a message that resonates with all ages because of the unique and interactive way it is told. It’s an experience not to be missed.” School, youth and community groups are invit- ed to contact Air Show staff at 503-629-0706 or email@example.com to reserve a pri- vate showing.