House Tomtes are in every house in Sweden. These little spirits can be good or bad and can cause a great deal of grief for the home’s people when they want to be naughty. [Read More]
About Deborah Boone
Deborah Boone is serving her sixth term in the Oregon House of Representatives (District 32, in the northwest corner of the state). She started in public service as a volunteer for political and issue-based campaigns during college in the 1960s and 70s, including the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). In 1974 she moved to Clatsop County where over the next 15 years she served on the Head Start Policy Council and as coordinator for the Necanicum Watershed Council. She’s also served on the Clatsop County Commission and many other boards and task forces in the area. Her work in the legislature has involved sea floor mapping, emergency preparedness, fisheries, forest practices, small business, tax policy, law enforcement, education, consumer protections, services for seniors and veterans, environmental protection, health care, and renewable energy. Of Swedish decent, Deborah is the co-owner of a construction company and has owned and operated a restaurant and catering business. She and her husband live on their family tree farm and have two grown children.