Lice clinic caliber treatment options are now in-home. With one phone call you can get an estimate and pick a time that works best for your family to get lice free. Skip the struggle and uncertainty and hire a professional to take care of the problem. Lice eggs can be removed in one appointment instead of leaving you searching through everyone’s hair for days. We get every live louse and viable nit out, so you can get back to your life.
Gresham, OR families now have access to the best lice treatment available. Lice Charmers doesn’t require fighting traffic on I-84 to sit in a lice clinic for hours. You can watch TV or relax around the house while a dedicated lice specialist provides answers to your lice symptoms and closes the book on head lice for you and your family in one sessions. We only do manual combing because that’s all that’s required to get rid of lice. No products are necessary. No secondary appointments and no jumping though hoops to get a guarantee that you’re rid of lice.
Gresham City, Oregon is located east of Portland in Multnomah County in Oregon, U.SA. In the 1800s, it started as a community of settlers. Its incorporation as a city didn’t come about until 1905. It was after United States Postmaster General, and General during the Civil War, Walter Quinton Gresham. Farming was what sustained Gresham in terms of its economy in the early days.
By the middle of the 20th Century, the population exploded from 4,000 to 10,000 residents during the 1960s to 1970s. As of 2010, the population was 105,594. Gresham is Oregon’s 4th largest city.
Gresham operates a form of government run by a council-manager. The city’s citizens elect the mayor and the city council to serve as the policymakers and legislative body of Gresham. In turn, the city manager is appointed by the council to oversee the city’s daily operations. Since August 1, 2004,Erik Kvarsten continues to serve as Gresham’s city manager.
Gresham has several sites found in the National Register of Historic Places. For example, there’s the Louise Home Hospital and Residence Hall. It presently serves as a facility for social services and is located in the western part of the city. Other sites include the Emanuel and Christina Anderson House, and William Gedamke House built in 1900, and the Hamlin-Johnson Farm House built in 1888.
It’s also home to Powell Butte, which has an extinct volcano, and the Powell Butte Nature Park known for its hiking and biking activities among scenic vistas. There’s also Oxbow Regional Park with its recreational areas, trails, and camping. FInally, there’s Lacamas Lake, which is a popular spot for paddling and fishing.